Re: Steve Sailer's blog post Open Borders Update From U.N.
From: An Anonymous Israeli Expatriate [Send him mail]
Reading Steve Sailer's recommendation that American government hire Israeli officials to police the borders, I remembered why I, an Israeli expat, do not live that country myself. Israeli officials may be good at policing the Israeli border; they are terrible at most other things. They have put Israel on the path to national suicide with their policies. Even in immigration policy, they have contributed to destroying Israel's Jewish identity.
The worst of their policies has been the desire to maintain their apartheid-like rule over the West Bank, where Palestinians where neither citizens of a Palestinian state or citizens of Israel, with no right to control the government that rules them.
Only very recently has Netanyahu even considered the idea of a Palestinian state in the West Bank. This policy, in addition to being immoral, has made Israel miserable by continuing a pointless war that has killed thousands of Israelis and weighs heavily on the psychological and moral health of the nation. The whole idea of the Jewish state loses its moral legitimacy. Among the other things the government of Israel has done that inspired me to permanently leave:
On the path Israel is on right now, it will probably give up, just as South Africa did, and accept a "secular" one-state solution. The Israelis successfully defied the logic of the cathedral for the longest time, but pretty soon the music will stop. Indeed, the deconstruction has already started: it is now a crime in Israel to "incite to racism."