The astonishing Zionist Supremacist hypocrisy on illegal immigration—where they support it for all nations except Israel—has taken on new heights with the announcement that “America is not Israel” by a leading Israeli journalist.
Writing in the Ynet news service opinion section, well-known commentator Raanan Shaked (who earlier wrote of how he supported Barack Obama) said that Israel has a “right to expel” Africans “despite unpleasant images.”
The article goes on to state that “Israel isn’t America.
“And now, when they reached the 60,000 mark, we’re waking up. We are now recalling that Israel’s statue of liberty never included the famous words: “Give me your tired, your poor…the wretched…the homeless.” No, it’s the American Statue of Liberty that makes this explicit promise,” Shaked wrote.
The hypocrisy is astonishing: the original Statue of Liberty contained no such “promise.” The statue was dedicated on October 28, 1886, a gift from France on the 100th anniversary of American independence, and had no such words attached to it.
The words to which Shaked refers are lines from a poem, “The New Colossus” by the Jewess Emma Lazarus which were only attached on a bronze plaque mounted inside the lower level of the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty in 1903.
In other words, the claim that America was to welcome “the wretched refuse of your teeming shore” is a Jewish demand upon America, and not the original intention of the Statue of Liberty.
The astonishing turn of events—where Zionists now use a poem written by one of their co-religionists to claim that “Israel is not America” and thereby justify their breach of international conventions on refuges (to which they were signatories) is breathtaking.
Once again, it is one law for all Gentiles, and another law for the Jewish Supremacists.