The Prime Minister recently admitted that there is a construction freeze in Yehuda and Shomron, adding that he had no intention of expanding Jewish presence in this vital region. In response to this clear declaration, no one has dared to make a peep. After all, since this is a “right-wing” government, who else can we rely upon to attack the policies of the left? Facts don’t seem to confuse anyone these days. Mr. Netanyahu adopted the Oslo Accords, gave away Chevron, and served as an effective advocate for the expulsion from Gush Katif and the northern Shomron, never expressing any regret for his actions. This begs the question: If no one raises his voice in protest, why should we expect anything to change in the future?