The Jewish Role in the Refugee Crisis

Published on Aug 3, 2017 by Mark Collett

A frank discussion on the role of leading Jewish organisations in the refugee crisis. Whilst not all Jews are involved in encouraging and supporting immigration into the West, many powerful Jewish organisations support immigration into Europe and North America whilst at the same time rejecting calls for Israel to take refugees or allow migration. This hypocrisy is laid bare and the reasoning behind it is discussed.


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2 thoughts on “The Jewish Role in the Refugee Crisis

  1. I agree, Mary in ND. Rather than worrying too much about the North Koreans, the focus should be on what the Jews are up to. They have been at the center of every world crisis. Unfortunately, they have become so embedded in America’s political system that it may never be possible to get them out. They are systematically endeavoring to destroy the west through the immigration policies. What they have planned, through the implementation of multiculturalism, is to destroy any sense of nationalism or unique ethnicity. In fact, the plan is to mix the blood into a mishmash of every ethnicity thus creating a inferior and less intelligent race. Except, Jewish blood won’t be in the mix. Most when reading this will think that’s impossible. However, one has to realize this plan will take a century or better, but it isn’t impossible. And the Jews are in this for the long haul, they realize this will take much time. This was in their plans even before the state of Israel was established. However, the establishment of Israel was the imperative foothold.

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