13 thoughts on “Jews, Apes and African Refugees – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. For South Sudanese, Back To Africa?

    Moreover, the Interior Ministry has cancelled the temporary work permits that have enabled the Sudanese asylum seekers to survive in Israel. Asylum seeker Simon Mayear said the pressure of looming deportation and not being able to work is taking its toll.

    “We are really not happy; even when we were in Arab countries we didn’t get treated like this. We’re not criminals. We are Christians. We are friends of Israel,” Mayear said.

    “We all want to go back, but the way South Sudan looks right now, it looks dangerous. They are fighting themselves. There is no security. It’s all from zero. It’s a desert now. It’s not a country; it’s a mirage. How come you are sending me there?”

  2. I wonder if Miri Regev, Eli Yishai, Michael Ben Ari and Danny Danon who are calling the African refugees a “cancer” area aware that South Sudan is the only country which said it would place it’s embassy in Jerusalem. South Sudan has a large Christian population, and it’s leader is a Christian. He is pro Israel.

    Most of the refugees in Israel are from South Sudan, they went for better economic opportunities probably thinking Israel is a friend. South Sudan has oil, and when it became independant last year, it normalised relations with Israel and exchanged diplomats.

  3. “Paris got rid of many Jewish migrants: they were sent to concentration camps.”

    Richard. The Vichy government handed the Jewish deportees over to the Nazis, who than liquidated them.

    The African migrants would be sent home. A huge difference, no?

    1. What do you think their fate will be at home? Welcomed with open arms? Or taken out and killed? Besides, these refugees are precisely that, refugees, and expelling them would cause major consternation in the world community. These countries are all basket cases & cesspool of violence. Returning them there would mean a death sentence.

        1. First, they would have to survive a trek back to their homeland. Getting to Israel was hard enough. Now they would have to return. They would only have the clothes on their back & no money to bribe guides to take them through the deserts. So how would they get back? Then once they returned where & how would they live? They gave up the homes & jobs, if they had any, where they formerly lived. And these societies are now in the midst of upheaval and disintegrating before our eyes. What do you think would happen to the most vulnerable, the children & elderly in such a situation?

          I know, you don’t particularly care since they’re not your fellow Jews & they’re aliens. It’s not your business, right?

          You’re a heartless, cruel person–except of course for your own kind, Jews. Only certain Jews, not all. The ones who think like you. They’re cool. Everyone else can go to hell. Now we understand the thought process.

    2. Yes, a huge difference, to someone trying to justify a form of ethnic cleansing. Look up the definition. Just because you create a law out of it, doesn’t make it not ethnic cleansing. The Final Solution is dated to the Wannsee Conference in 1942 or earlier 1941. It wouldn’t be unreasonable that the Nazis hurt Jews prior to that time, but the Final Solution was a systematic program. So, the French Jews were first put into the Concentration Camps without any plan to immediately terminate them. That became their eventual fate.

  4. “…these very Israeli racist demagogues have proposed creating concentration camps in which the Africans would be incarcerated”.
    Not only the Africans apparently. According to Russian infiltrator – from a Palestinian perspective – Yulia Shamalov Berkovitch, member of the Knesset for ‘centrist’ (hmhm) Kadima “all human right activists should be imprisoned and transported to camps we are building …”

    Robert Brasillach, Jacques Doriot (not Dorsor) and Jean Giraudoux ALL died a violent death before the end of the war, the first captured, judged, and shot by the resistance, the second shot by ‘unknown’ and the last died of a ‘food infection’.
    Personnally, I would mind seeing Michael Ben-Ari, well ….

  5. I’m sorry, but until Eli Yishai has an invoice in his hand for fire fighting equipment sufficient to support the infrastructure he is responsible for, all he is entitled to do is STFU

  6. Israel is stuck in a real bind, I give them that. They are a nation of immigrants, screaming at invaders to leave and building prisons to house them. They want to maintain the Jewish character of their state, but at the same time signed the Geneva convention and want to be treated as a legitimate member of the global community. They respond with hostility to every situation, yet desperately complain of a lack of diplomatic support from other countries.

    I don’t doubt the population is a burden on them. But this sort of humanitarian crisis comes with the territory of being a country that is more developed than their neighbors. How they choose to deal with it will probably define foreign policy for a long time, for better or worse.

    Not to mention, I doubt Bibi will be able to guilt other countries anymore on turning away jews during WW2. (A terrible thing) Unless of course he continues to suffer from that terrible illness that stops him from hearing himself speak. 🙂

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