The time has come to “increase the pace of deporting Africans” from Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced, confirming that all 40,000 blacks who invaded that country pretending to be refugees will be forcibly deported from the Jewish ethnostate.
As reported in the Jerusalem Post, Netanyahu was addressing the weekly Israeli cabinet meeting on Sunday November 19, as it unanimously passed the law closing down the Holot concentration camp in southern Israel and drawing up plans to deport all the Africans illegally resident in that country.
Netanyahu said he has a “three-pronged policy” to get rid of the Africans, with the current focus being to” encourage most of them to self-deport to a third country,” which the Jerusalem Post claims is Rwanda, but other reports have identified as Uganda.
Netanyahu said that the state had already carried out the first two prongs of its strategy: stopping the flow of new infiltrators by building a wall and through legislation, as well as getting more than 20,000 to “leave” through the voluntary deportation program.
The third stage—that of forcible deportations—he said, “can be carried out thanks to an international agreement which I obtained which allows us to deport the 40,000 remaining infiltrators against their will.”
“This is very important. This will allow us to empty the Holot Detention Center in the future and to redirect portions of the large resources we are using there,” from guarding the infiltrators “to other needs of the state.”
In August, the Israeli High Court of Justice ruled that if the state managed to get a third country to accept the infiltrators and passed a new law to exploit such a deal, then deportation against the invaders’ will could become legal.
The decision to forcibly deport all African invaders from Israel will not be widely reported in the Jewish lobby-controlled media directed at the gentile West, for fear of exposing the Israel-supporting Jewish lobby’s hypocrisy for demanding that white countries take in as many fake refugees as possible.