New Jew Hypocrisy on Immigration: Diversity in White Countries, Genocide in Israel

David Duke
December 4, 2014

The never-ending display of outrageous Zio-Supremacist hypocrisy in promoting one policy for themselves but the direct opposite for America and all other countries, has once again been demonstrated with a new law passed by the Israeli Knesset which will see all African “asylum seekers” in that country locked up behind bars.

News of the Knesset law has, of course, been completely suppressed in the Jewish Supremacist-controlled media outlets aimed at the Goyim, but has been reported in the media outlets aimed at Jewish readers.

In this way, for example, news of the new law was reported in the Jewish Daily Forward, under the heading “Israel’s New Push To Keep Africans Behind Bars.”

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According to the Daily Forward:

Israel’s Parliament has passed a new law aimed at keeping African immigrants behind bars — and a controversial jail to house them open — beyond a deadline set by the country’s highest court.

The Knesset by a 43-20 vote approved an initial legislative step for a new law that mandates three months in prison for African asylum-seekers who enter Israel without documentation and a year and eight months more in the spartan Holot detention center, which Israel euphemistically refers to as an “open facility.”

If it passes two more hurdles, the new law will permit Israel to keep more than 2,000 African detainees imprisoned in Holot — and likely to jail many more.

What makes this law all the more incredible is the fact that all major Jewish organizations in America—all of who fanatically support the state of Israel—support the exact opposite policy in America and all other nations .

For example, a statement put out by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on July 7, 2014, titled “Jewish Statement on Unaccompanied Children at the U.S.-Mexico Border,” said:

As organizations deeply rooted in Jewish values, we support policies that promote human rights, ensure the protection of children, and fulfill the Torah’s mandate to ‘welcome the stranger.’

As such, we are very concerned about the urgent humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border. Migration of vulnerable children and others from the “Northern Triangle” of Central America . . . . The safety and well-being of these migrants—and particularly the unaccompanied children—must be at the heart of every policy decision made in response to this humanitarian crisis.

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This “Jewish Statement” was endorsed by 20 of the largest Jewish organizations which make up the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations.

It went on to demand that asylum seekers in the US be given refuge to “start their lives anew in our communities” and that they be funded by the taxpayers at the same time.

Based on the Jewish values to which we adhere and our proud history as a community and nation established by immigrants and refugees, we urge the U.S. government to protect both children and refugees in a humane manner.

At the very same time, the ADL runs a “support Israel” campaign in which it tells activists how they can express their support for the Jews-only state.

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In addition, the ADL has a “Children at our Borders” section of its website which is devoted to promoting the ongoing invasion of America by Central Americans.

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All of these Jewish-promoted policies in America (and elsewhere) are the direct, exact, opposite of what the state of Israel does.

In fact, if any other nation had to adopt Israel’s asylum-seeker policies, there is no doubt that the ADL and all the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations’ members would be up in arms, shouting “racist” from the rooftops—and would have their announcements replicated all over their co-religionist controlled mass media.

Yet they support Israel, which has these very same policies to which the Jewish organizations claim to oppose in America….

The hypocrisy is both clear and staggering: it is the old story, of one rule for the Goyim, and another rule for the “Chosen Ones.”

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