Editor’s Note: The Washington Post brings up this double standard for Jews and Gentiles in a new article on Sholom Rubashkin.
You need to remember that in the case of Jews, there is a serious double standard between them and the filthy Goyim.
Thus, when you hear Merchants far and wide vehemently calling for White nations to accept diversity, mass immigration, an erosion of their culture, and the enrichment of their women, expect the home-base of the “Chosen” to be following the complete opposite.
A Kenyan Jewish leader who arrived in Israel on Monday night was denied entry into the country by the Interior Ministry and deported to Ethiopia.
The rejection by Israeli authorities of Yehudah Kimani — who had come to the Jewish state for a three-week study program — was seen by activists as part of the ongoing discrimination by Israel against Jews from emerging communities around the world.
They make it government policy to take African migrants, place them in literal concentration camps with poor food and sanitation, and then ship them to random countries that are oftentimes in Europe.
Kimani, 31, is a leader of the 50-member Kehilat Kasuku, a small group of families in Kenya’s rural highlands who decided to leave Messianic Judaism in the early 2000s.
In the ensuing years, they have undergone Conservative Jewish conversions in Uganda with the Abayudaya community. They celebrate Shabbat and the Jewish holidays in a small, plastic-sheeting covered synagogue with worn wooden benches. Over the past few years since The Times of Israel first visited in early 2015, Kimani has utilized Facebook to build relationships with Jews around the world. The networking brought him on a multi-month trip to the United States in the summer of 2016 with Kulanu, when he also studied at the Brandeis Collegiate Institute.
Justin Philips, a retired judge who sits on the board of the Conservative Movement’s Fuchsberg Center, invited Kimani as a guest to study at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem for a short program. After Kimani’s first visa application was denied, he was able to obtain a visa on his second attempt, in time for the Conservative Yeshiva’s winter break program.
This Negro wasn’t even a random migrant looking for “muh dik.”
He was seemingly a “talented tenth” invited legitimately to study inside Israel.
But when Kimani arrived at Ben Gurion Airport late Monday night, officials at the passport check said his visa was not valid. Kimani was placed in a holding area and deported on the next flight to Ethiopia.
“They just told me to go back, I feel like I’m not even a human,” Kimani said from the Addis Ababa airport.
Well, to the average Jew, you’re literally lower than an ape – an animal that can be killed whenever for whatever, and worthy only of slave labor (at least we treated our Negro slaves with respect and decency in 99 out of 100 cases).
But nothing is truly hopeless – you must always live by this motto.
Because I imagine a day when the Israeli rabbi and African tribesman embrace wholeheartedly.
A day that will see Sudanese and Liberians walk hand in hand with the residents of Tel Aviv, and a day that will see the wombs of Jewish women in Haifa bearing the children of Colored gentlemen from Botswana and the Congo.
It sounds like a far-fetched dream, but anything is possible with willpower and determination.