Well, I'd vote for him!starting a party of his own.
"There is no leader in Israel, except the people here, who knows and can turn Israel into a Jewish state - one of real freedom, a state which is not 'all of its citizens and its Zoabis," he began, referring to virulent anti-Israel MK Hanin Zoabi (Balad). "There is no leader in Israel, except the people here, who knows and is able to cope with a rock attack in Tiva, with a knife in Jerusalem, with a rocket from Gaza and the Iranian nuclear program."
"There is no leader in Israel, except the people here, who knows and can lower the prices of housing and food," he continued. "There is no political leader in Israel, except the people here, who is not willing to be eaten up by the 'peace factory' here, subject to Oslo [Accords] consciousness and language, there is no leader who talks about: one country, one nation, one Israel."
"There is no leader in Israel, except the people here, a democratic leader really, who knows and is able to build a true state based on freedom, personal and political freedom that comes from Judaism instead of in place [of Judaism], of identity, a freedom that comes from understanding that we are all children of our Father our King, slaves to the Creator alone," he said.
"I was hoping that Likud could bring those of us who are straightforward to the prime minister's seat, but little by little I understood that we could not," he added. "The more the creation of a new life, a new birth is required here, a time of growing her own and hopefully soon - a faith-based leadership, leadership of freedom to the people of Israel."As many of you know, I'm a big Feiglin fan. I'm not really surprised he's doing this - Netanyahu left him no choice after the primary results. I just hope his party wins enough seats in the Knesset to have a significant impact.
Feiglin's full speech from tonight's meeting may be found here.