Preparations are underway to hold thousands of African immigrants in a vast concentration camp in southern ‘Israel’
By Michael Hoffman
Imagine any Republican or Democrat politician in the U.S. saying anything like what these Israeli leaders, including Prime Minister Netanyahu, officials in Netanyahu's government, and his close political allies, are saying:
Israeli "Interior Minister Eli Yishai, who has promised to clear out all the migrants, told the Maariv newspaper in a recent interview that they were creating 'a state within a state' and that 'most of the people coming here are Muslims who think that this country doesn’t belong to us, to the white man.'
“If we don’t stop the entry, the problem, whose extent now is 60,000 illegal infiltrators, could easily develop to 600,000, which would flood the country and, to a large degree, nullify our character as a Jewish and democratic state,” Prime Minister Netanyahu said at a meeting of his cabinet last month.'
"In a television interview, Yishai described the moves to deport the foreigners as an act of national self preservation, to maintain Israel’s Jewish majority. 'If we wouldn’t do it, we wouldn’t have a country,” he said.
“...preparations are underway to hold thousands more Africans in a vast tent camp in southern Israel."
(All quotes are from the Washington Post, June 23, 2012: "African immigrants in Israel face threats, deportations”)
Imagine Mitt Romney or Ron Paul saying America cannot accept any more immigrants from China and India because we need to preserve our character as a Christian nation!
Imagine Republican leaders declaring that our nation will not grant amnesty to millions of Latinos immigrants "who think that this country doesn’t belong to us, to the white man."
If any notable American politician were to express these sentiments, the Zionist press would howl at him like a pack of rabid coyotes, and the American leader who uttered the forbidden words would be utterly disgraced and his political career thoroughly ruined, within hours. Yet when Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks before Congress he is ardently applauded and accorded numerous standing ovations, and the media are either respectful toward him or at least circumspect, even as our tax dollars subsidize what would be called, if it were taking place in the U.S., the wildest and most retrograde racialism and xenophobia imaginable.
The Zionist nation must survive, long after America has crumbled to ruin -- as it is well on its way to doing -- under the policies of both the Democrats and the Republicans who support a strict, racial-nationalist agenda for "Israel," and a virtual open border here in the low-wage plantation known as the United States of America.