The article confirms what Dr. David Duke has long been saying, namely that Jewish Supremacist activity in America (and elsewhere) has never been about the “common good” but always in terms of a divide-and-conquer strategy designed to promote Jewish interests before anyone else.
The article’s tone makes it clear that the organized Jewish role in promoting immigration has nothing to do with “morals” but simply as a means of extending Jewish Supremacist power over society—to the detriment of everyone except Jews.
Even though the Jewish Daily Forward article couches its terminology in terms of “ethics”, the message is clear, as summed up by its headline, which reads “Jews Unite Behind Push for Immigration Reform—Ethics and Self-Interest Drive Unusual Nationwide Effort.”
In addition, the language used by the Jewish Supremacists quoted in the article use terms such as “strategic self-interest”—words that are normally associated with someone fighting a war.
“Those leading an active push for the bill, which will offer a path to citizenship for some of the nation’s 11 million undocumented aliens, include the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Bend the Arc and the National Council of Jewish Women,”
the article says.
“The Senate vote — and the even harder struggle that will follow in the Republican-controlled House — represents the fulfillment of a sustained campaign by the Jewish community for immigration reform, which has built momentum over the past decade.
“And a Jewish establishment ever mindful of its need to operate through alliances and coalitions to advance its own interests is not blind to the implications of the issue in a country whose demography is shifting rapidly.
“It’s the ethical thing to do,” said HIAS president and CEO Mark Hetfield, of the community’s immigration reform activism. But he quickly added, “It’s in our strategic interest.”
The article also quoted Angelica Salas, executive director of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, speaking of the interests the Jewish lobby has in promoting immigration.
“’It’s not a one-way street,’” Salas said. When it comes to Israel, the Latina activist suggested, the two groups’ relationship may help to modify anti-Israel viewpoints and foster dialogue rather than demonization.
“’It comes up,’ Salas said, referring to the Middle East issue, ‘and there’s a perspective: Isn’t this [U.S. treatment of Latinos] the same as in Israel with the Palestinians? It’s an opportunity to talk that through, to talk in the context of global immigrant policy, where people can be critical, but in good faith.”
“Newly arrived Latinos tend to show higher rates of anti-Semitism, said Amanda Susskind, the ADL’s Pacific Southwest regional director.
“She attributed the phenomenon, which shows up in surveys, to ‘exposure to some religious teachings.’ But the next generation, she said, is no different in its relationship with Jews than the rest of Americans.”
In other words, these Jewish organizations are getting involved in the immigration issue not out of a concern for the well-being of anybody except themselves, and they view it as part of their overall strategy of ensuring that the Jewish Supremacist power structure remains intact.