Israel has become the latest state to formally reject the United Nations’ Compact on Migration—which effectively legalizes the Third World invasion of white nations by nonwhites—even though Israeli-supporting Jews in America have slammed the Trump Administration for previously rejecting the UN plot.
According to a report in the Jerusalem-based Times of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel would not sign the migration pact because it must protect its borders.
The compact is set to be approved at UN gathering in Morocco next month.
“I instructed the Foreign Ministry to announce that Israel won’t participate [in the Marrakech gathering] and won’t sign the migration pact,” Netanyahu said in a statement to the press.
“We have a duty to protect our borders against illegal infiltrators. That’s what we’ve done, and that’s what we will continue to do,” the statement concluded.
In September 2016, all 193 UN member states, including the United States under former president Barack Obama, adopted a declaration saying no country can manage international migration on its own, and agreed to launch a process leading to the adoption of a global compact in 2018.
The declaration followed vast waves of nonwhites fleeing from their own self-created disaster zones in Asia and Africa, while the Jewish-lobby generated wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and more recently Syria, caused millions of those nationals to use the conflicts there as excuses to invade white nations.
Netanyahu’s Tuesday announcement was welcomed by fellow Likud lawmaker Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, who said she had spoken with the prime minister about the issue yesterday.
She cited the new Jewish Nation-State Law, which she said required the government “to stand up for a clear migration policy that protects our borders from illegal infiltrators.”
Last December, the United States said it was ending its participation in negotiations on the compact, stating that numerous provisions were “inconsistent with US immigration and refugee policies” under President Donald Trump.
In July, Hungary said it would withdraw from the process. In October, the Austrian government followed suit, citing concerns about national sovereignty. Australia, Poland, Bulgaria and Austria have also either announced their withdrawal from the initiative or voiced serious concerns.
However, in America, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), which works full-time to bring fake refugees from the Third World to white nations—but not to Israel, where it helps to ship invaders in that country out to Europe and North America—issued a statement slamming the Trump Administration for refusing to sign the UN Global Compact on Migration.
The HIAS statemen,t dated December 4, 2017, quoted president and CEO Mark Hetfield, as saying that “at a time when U.S. leadership is needed more than ever on the issue of migration, President Trump has removed our country from global migration talks, making the United States increasingly irrelevant to the global migration debate.
“The Trump Administration’s decision to isolate the U.S. from the international community as it seeks to address global migration is an abdication of U.S. leadership.
“As the world’s oldest migration agency founded in New York City in 1881, HIAS is dismayed that the Trump Administration has unilaterally rejected the New York Declaration, which was adopted unanimously by 193 countries last year at the United Nations in the city that is world famous for welcoming immigrants and is the home of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.”
HIAS is an official member of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations—which is one of the state of Israel’s most powerful lobbies in America.
The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations is unequivocally committed to Israel, as demonstrated by their receipt of a “70th-anniversary award recognizing the contribution of American Jewish organizations to Israel, the US Israel relationship, and strengthening of ties between the peoples of the two countries.”
How can this blatant hypocrisy be explained? How can the Jewish lobby support closed borders for the Jews-only state of Israel, but open borders for all non-Jewish states?
The hypocrisy is to blatant and obvious to be accidental, and must be part of a deliberate and intentional strategy. There is simply no other explanation.
The Israeli border wall—a concept which Israel-supporting Jews in America oppose in the US.