Dear Mr. Sharma:
We, the unwashed rabble in the State of Israel, must be, and are, reminded again and again that we simply do not possess the capability to comprehend the rarefied wisdom of the judges. Certainly, that is the reason why it appears to us brutes [we brutes?] that all too many of the decisions of the judges regarding Children are not in the best interests of the Children. We simply do not understand because we are not fit to understand.
Miscreants who have evinced the impertinence to question the decisions of judges in family matters have been prosecuted and jailed under very harsh conditions, as such mean creatures well deserve. Lori Shem Tov, for one, thought she possessed the intelligence to chronicle many decisions of the judges and did so in blogs. She thought she possessed super-Human intelligence, like the judges, and could assess the judges’ decisions accurately. She was jailed for two years, two months of which were in solitary confinement. She is being made a public example of, something like Quasimodo, which is how the audacious, possessing only quasi-awareness, should be treated, lest they multiply. The State Attorney’s Office is asking for Lori Shem Tov to be jailed for twelve years for the high crime of blogging. I am unable to assess their judgement, of course. I would call for her to be jailed for 12 thousand years if I were wise enough to be a judge. The unmitigated cheek of that woman to presume she knows better for her Children, and other Children in Israel, than the judges!
One wonders why PM Netanyahu is so concerned about being prosecuted by the Israeli legal system. He seemed to be just fine with it until he became a subject of their investigations. He always thought they were more than good enough for us, the subjects of the State of Israel. Certainly, he means the very best for us, the mean and brutish, who cannot understand the most basic concepts of justice. He has always been our champion and protector. So, why should be hesitate to come before such brilliant and eminently fair judges?
But, lo! Now we see that a former Ambassador to the State of Israel cannot understand a decision rendered by the illustrious, venerable and honorable Israeli justice system, just as we cannot. We are confused. An Ambassador must be almost as intelligent as a jurist. Do ambassadors study at least a smidgen of law? The Israeli judges must be awesome indeed if even an ambassador finds their wisdom inscrutable.
I have no way of assessing such matters, of course, but I have been told that only the very brightest and very bestest of the judges are sent abroad for special training programs under the aegis of George Soros and Leslie Wexner. Perhaps Mr. Soros and Mr. Wexner can allay any lingering doubts you may be entertaining as to the brilliance of the decisions being taken [and not being taken] concerning the most respectable Mrs. Malka Leifer, who, judging by her comportment, must be a very religious, and therefore absolutely certainly moral, person indeed.
Thank you for your attention,
Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Safed, Israel
Plebe and Retired Water Bearer