Monday, 28 May 2012

Obama's Pet Project: Illegal Immigration Into Israel

'Poor', well dressed illegal immigrants opening internet
caf├ęs and other illegal businesses

In a highly disturbing piece of news over at Kr8 Israeli Patriot, the online magazine reports that the Obama administration is providing funds to Israel (via the UN) for every illegal African immigrant that enters the Jewish state.


The funds, quite bizarrely, are only between $1000-2000 per illegal, per month, not enough to cover food let alone rent and food. However, in what is being seen as the likely incentive for carrying out this migratory sabotage of the Jewish state, is the fact that these funds are being split, with a portion of it going to unnamed sources at various stages of the transfer, from its way from the US to Israel.


In other words, considering that hundreds of illegals penetrate Israel's borders daily, someone is profiting from this venture handsomely.


What is fairly well known is that the police bring the 'refugees' from the Egypt/Israel border, right up, all the way to south Tel Aviv, the central bus station. But that's not all. What else is now coming to light, is that with these funds, these illegals are somehow opening businesses and will soon start their own newspaper!


There is further testimony in the audio interview in which it is alleged government inspectors frequently close down illegal Jewish-owned businesses, but not the illegal businesses belonging to the illegal immigrants.


This financial improbability of all this likely hints towards further sources of funding, which as yet are undetected.


An illegal defecating in open view
on the streets of south Tel Aviv.


There is more at the link if you read Hebrew. The rest of the article posits theories about South Sudan's president, Abdel Wahid al-Nu, establishing an office in Tel Aviv and Israel's involvement with the liberation of South Sudan. Whether there is any connection to a bigger picture, and if there is a big part of the puzzle we don't yet know, what is clear is that this volume of immigration is unsustainable for Israel, not only economically, but culturally too, as the poor neighbourhood of Hatikva, south Tel Aviv, is decimated by crime and ghettoisation.


Once again we have ample proof of the government not acting in the best interests of the people, and are exploiting them for their own gain. These funds run into many millions of dollars per year.


In fact, Israelis are no pushovers when it comes to foreign invasions, and most citizens are ex-military. Last week during large protests violence erupted as a mini-civil war seems to be nearing (incidentally, the article almost seems to have been written according to the Alinskite rules we described in our last article on the illegals). Bibi, of course, being sensitive to the plight of the Jewish majority denounced the violent outbreaks of some of the protesters while continuing to talk about his second most favourite subject: the fence along the Israel-Egypt border - which the government has been talking about for over a year (his most favourite topic is, of course, Iran).

Why isn't Obama giving funds to help many of Israel's Jewish Ethiopian community to settle in?* These were refugees airlifted to Israel in several high profile operations and who still face difficulty getting used to a new way of life. Is this because they're Jewish Mr. Obama? Or is it because they're not Muslims hell-bent on jihad?


Where is our government? Where is democracy? Where is KAHANE!?


We will keep you posted on any further developments.

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*In reality, Israel doesn't need aid or loans from anyone, and especially not from America while it suffers economic hardship.

9 comments:

  1. Thank you and posted on JDL Canada Blog.

    AM ISRAEL CHAI!

    Barzel

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  2. Democracy and Kahaneh in the same sentence - what a joke!

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    1. Do you see anyone laughing? No? So the joke is on YOU.

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    2. Jews are also allowed democracy. And democracy is what the people vote for, so indeed, what Israel has at the moment is not a democracy with politicians campaigning as one thing, then working towards their own interests once in power.

      Or expelling Kahane when too many people voted for him. That's not democracy; or allowing Peace Now and the left in the courts and media to run the country against the people's will, hardly democracy.

      But a leftie talking about democracy, now that's the REAL joke.

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  3. I rarely leave a response, but i did a few searching and wound
    up here "Obama's Pet Project: Illegal Immigration Into Israel".
    And I actually do have a few questions for you if
    you don't mind. Is it simply me or does it look like some of these responses come across like coming from brain dead folks? :-P And, if you are writing at other social sites, I would like to keep up with everything new you have to post. Would you list of every one of all your public pages like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?
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  4. This one go beyond understanding, makes me question the leadership, The State is being shitted on, by too many cowards and punks.....
    Soon, the true holders of the "Sword of Gideon" must step end and clean house.

    Daniel Moshe Johnson

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  5. This bullshite must stop, we gave away the Temple Mount, Sinai, now illegal Muslim, whose Arabic habits returns us this shite.

    It's almost time for the true Knights of Gideon stand up and remove the old bullshitters from power, enough with your fucking lies and deceit.

    A coward did not encounter the Angel of the Lord, Jacob, took the name from the Heavenly being with mortal hands......

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  6. This one go beyond understanding, makes me question the leadership, The State is being shitted on, by too many cowards and punks.....
    Soon, the true holders of the "Sword of Gideon" must step end and clean house.

    Daniel Moshe Johnson

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