Netanyahu, addressing this week’s anti-BDS conference at the U.N., spoke confidently about the future of the Jewish state despite the BDS movement.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used humor and sarcasm in his address to the packed hall at the U.N.’s anti-BDS conference on Tuesday, saying that if the movement to boycott and divest from Israel succeeded, he would get a break from daily meetings with world leaders wanting to do business with the Jewish state.

Israel is strong and prosperous, and the BDS movement can never change that.

It should be combated, however, because it is a moral outrage.

As always, Netanyahu’s speech was a gem. Watch it and feel proud!