Otzma Yehudit published two clips Thursday as part of its new campaign for March 17 general elections.
The party is running on a technical bloc joint list with Eli Yishai's Yachad Ha'am Itanu. Polls show the party is expected to get four or five mandates.
In the first film, a voting booth is shown, and a lot of Yachad notes are being placed inside.
Then Baruch Marzel, number four on the joint list for the 20th Knesset, appears coming out of the Knesset plenum with a garbage bag, in which Arab MKs Hanin Zoabi (Balad) and Ahmed Tibi (United Arab List) are found.
Immediately after, a garbage truck en route to Syria arrives and collects Zoabi and Tibi.
The second video shows Israel's first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, declaring the state of Israel. "We hereby declare the establishment of a Jewish state with Jewish strength," he says.
The clip also cites statements from Ben-Gurion in which he expresses favor for Jewish labor and his opposition to a Palestinian state.
Through the video, Marzel undertakes to show how Otzma Yehudit is following in the footsteps of Ben-Gurion and working for the Jewish state.
"We will continue in the path paved by Ben-Gurion. We will strengthen the Jewish identity of the state, and of course we will act against the establishment of a a Palestinian state," he states.
"In two and a half weeks when we arrive at the Knesset, we will take care of actually sending terrorists Zoabi and Tibi to Syria. Now they're smiling, but we will erase those smiles."