Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Kadima Minister seeks to end Jewish law of return

Post-Zionism: refers to the views of some Israeli and diaspora Jews and others, particularly in academia, that Zionism fulfilled its ideological mission with the creation of modern State of Israel in 1948 and that the ideology should therefore be considered to be at an end. -Wikepedia

Post Zionism is now the ideology holding power in Israel, as Ehud Olmert's Kadima Party, somehow considered a "centrist" party by most media types, has just come out in favor of ending the Jewish law of return. This position was up until very recently only taken by those seen on the far left, however we now see the transformation of the far left edge into the majority party in the Israeli government.

( Interior Minister Meir Sheetrit (Kadima) struck a blow to one of the central pillars of Zionism Tuesday, calling for an end to automatic citizenship for Jews who make aliyah (immigrate to Israel).

Addressing the governing board of the Jewish Agency, Sheetrit said that funds should be directed to helping immigrants already living in Israel instead of absorbing “lost tribes” from Africa and Asia. “Don't go finding me any lost tribes, because I won't let them in any more," he declared. "We have enough problems in Israel. Let them go to America."

How long can this house of cards last? That's all the vermin needed to see: A minister in Olmert's government seeking the end of aliya while mocking out the Jews who aren't white. What an incredible disgrace this man is to Israel and world Jewry.



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