… in Israel.
The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that female Ashkenazi (European) Jews must be forced to go to school with Sephardim (North African and Middle Eastern) girls. The Ashkenazi Jews are responding with their own version of “massive resistance” and are taking to the streets in protest.
Interestingly, the media coverage mostly portrays this as a religious issue, with the Ultra-Orthodox resisting the dictates of the secular Israeli state. The Ultra-Orthodox are a problem for Israel. Their schools are subsidized by the state, but many claim religious exemptions from military service and do not have jobs, preferring to study Torah all day. Because of their extraordinary fecundity, their numbers are rapidly increasing.
At the same time, although the media does not portray it as such, this is a racial issue as well as a religious issue. The Ashkenazi do not want their kids to go to school with the Sephardim. Israel is fracturing along religious, racial, and political lines even as it is pressured by increasingly hostile foreign powers. The rise of the ultra-Orthodox also is putting the Israeli state in an increasingly untenable position, with a smaller and smaller group of the Jewish population willing and able to take on the job of defending the country and creating wealth for the economy. This of course is occurring simultaneously with the exponential growth of the Palestinians.
The Israeli state looks increasingly weak, divided, and isolated. The real question is how the long slow demise of the Zionist experiment will play out, how it will affect the white world, and whether they will strike out at us in their death throes.