The Jews of Israel love to help import non-Whites, or as they cleverly label them ‘refugees,’ to every White country across the globe via NGO’s, such as IsraAID, and various other ‘altruistic’ organizations. They have assisted millions to reach the shores of Europe by land and sea. They do this under the guise of humanitarianism and kindness, but as most of us are aware, that is certainly not the case.
Yet, there has always been something very strange and unnerving about how disparately those same principles of humanitarianism and kindness are applied to refugees when it comes to their very own homeland of Israel. Those same exuberant feelings toward these refugees the Jews expect from White countries are completely ignored and forgotten back home.
From the Jewish Daily Forward:
“There is a big stress about how we will survive,” says Ghere Tekle, an Eritrean asylum seeker who arrived in Israel in 2008 and lives in the HaTikva neighborhood of South Tel Aviv with his wife and three children. “How we will feed our children? How we will pay rent? In one month, the landlord will ask for rent, and when we can’t pay, no one knows what the landlord will say. Will they kick us out?”
As the hotels and restaurants have closed down, asylum seekers have lost their jobs en mass. Haaretz reported that 10,000 asylum seekers have lost their jobs in this sector alone. And thanks to the Israeli government’s delays processing asylum applications, they have been left outside the social safety net. Had Israel checked asylum applications along the same lines as other western countries, many would have been awarded refugee status years ago. But the state’s failure to do so has left their legal status in limbo, and unemployment support inaccessible.
And without proper savings or the kind of extended family networks that people normally have in their home country, the future for this community is looking very bleak. While many of them have overcome unthinkable difficulties in their lives, the coronavirus has taken away the one thing that they could always count on in Israel: work.
When refugees fleeing the genocide in Darfur first arrived in Israel in 2006, there was one industry in desperate need of workers who welcomed them with open arms — the hospitality industry. Everyone in Israel knows that behind every great restaurant in Tel Aviv is a team of Eritrean kitchen hands. And in every hotel there are Sudanese cleaners or cooks. This is not because the country gave asylum seekers work visas. In fact, the very opposite: The visas that they received explicitly said “this is not a work visa.”
When human rights organizations went to court arguing that the government could not prohibit people from working at the same time as refusing to provide any housing, food, or any kind of aid, the government relented. They settled on an official policy of “non-enforcement.”
It is unlikely that tourism in Tel Aviv would have been able to grow as much as it did without these willing workers, and yet the only acknowledgement they have received is one policy after another of discrimination, beginning with leaving their asylum claims unanswered for a decade or more, and more recently by implementing the Deposit Law, under which 20% of workers’ salaries are withheld and can only be retrieved upon leaving the country.
All of this has left asylum seekers very vulnerable. And then came coronavirus.
“I am scared now, because I have not been working, and I have three children” Taeme Habteab, a 33-year-old Eritrean, tells me.
Habteab worked for the last two years cleaning at HaBima, the prestigious Israeli national theatre at the top of Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv. “They told me there is no work now because of Corona, so go home, Habteab tells me. “That’s it, go home and wait.” Habteab’s wife, Merhawit, was working as a cleaner in a school, and has also lost her job. They are now at home with their three children under the age of five.
For most White people, the duplicity of the Jews is difficult to grasp. We are much more egalitarian in the way we think and act, even with people who are not our own. Jews, however, are tribal in nature. They typically only collectively do actions in the interest of Jews themselves, which is a trait we need to encourage in our people to be frank. The Jews saw an opening to exploit in our nations because they believed it was in their interest to do so. Now we have millions of non-White people in the countries our ancestors built and are steadily becoming minorities in them as a result of this organized plot to destroy social cohesion and deracinate our people.
The Jews have decided as a group that Israel is for them and only them. They are literally genociding an entire group of people called Palestinians to ensure this happens. Therefore, it is no surprise that they would treat refugees in such an inhumane way because helping them does not really serve Jewish interests now that they are not being exploited as cheap labor because of the pandemic.
Even as the severity of COVID-19 is exponentially increasing throughout the world and most countries are on various levels of lockdown, the Jews are continuing that same ‘humanitarian’ anti-White spirit of bringing potentially COVID-19 infected ‘refugees’ to Europe at this very moment.
Here is a great video by Red Ice detailing the extent of refugee importation