A social earthquake in front of Netanyahu home
For the past three weeks, protesters have been protesting around the clock in a tent in front of Netanyahu's home, demanding his removal from power.
For more than 25 days, Zionist cities and towns have witnessed one of the fewest social protests, drawing Israeli citizens into the streets.
Most of the protesters are in the 18-30s, mainly protesting against poor economic conditions, unemployment of more than a million people, widespread discrimination, organized corruption and social unrest caused by the government's growing belligerence.
Meanwhile, the Zionist regime's cabinet considers the only way out of this situation to be the suppression of protesters and military actions beyond its borders, and therefore, while cracking down on protest groups in the streets of Tel Aviv, Haifa, etc., by constantly announcing the situation is regarded to foreign aggression in order to maintain security conditions.
Of course, this constant trick of the Israeli cabinet was largely exposed to public opinion inside the occupied territories, and in this last case, the imaginary confrontation with Hezbollah in Lebanon caused widespread ridicule from the regime, the army, and the regime's security apparatus.
One of the most important public concerns among the various social classes in Israel, which is increasing day by day, is the concern of the settlers about the economic recession of the Zionist regime.
The negative growth rate of inflation in the first five months of this year in Israel is such that it has not only raised concerns among settlers but also left economists in doubt.
Economists are concerned that if the rate of decline in inflation is linked to the economic crisis caused by the corona, the recession and the negative growth of inflation will increase.
According to economic analysts, the decline reflects the recession and the concern of Israeli citizens about the uncertain future of prices, because while the annual inflation rate was estimated at 1 to 3 percent, the Central Bank of Israel forecasts a 4.5 percent recession for this year.
On the other hand; According to available reports, per capita consumption fell by more than 20 percent in the first quarter of 2020, while imports of basic goods fell by 23.4 percent over the same period.
All of this puts Netanyahu's government in a precarious position, with no internal management or even control of the protesters, nor can it take action across borders. Accordingly, it seems that in the coming months, despite the prevalence of corona conditions, the wave of reverse migration will pick up again.