"Jewish International Miscegenation Policy
Jews want to miscegenate Europeans with Africans and Asians; while they are keen to miscegenate with Europeans only. While Jewish and Jewish-supported groups and organizations in the USA, Australia, and Europe (like: ANTIFA, The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and Southern Poverty Law Center) are putting a lot of political pressures, funds and drama about accepting and facilitating illegal migration and refugees waves into Europe and the USA they their state of Israel is doing exactly the opposite.
The Middle East Eye (MEE) reported on 17 January 2018 an article written by Tessa Fox titled: Mass expulsion under way as Israel begins deporting 40,000 Africans. Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers in Israel will be forced to accept a plane ticket to unsafe countries or face indefinite prison.
The New Observer posted on January 3, 2016 an article titled: Israel Bans Interracial Marriage Book. The article states: [Israel’s Education Ministry has formally banned a book about an interracial affair between a Jew and a Gentile because, the Jewish state’s government says, the book “threatens Jewish identity” and does not deal with the “significance of miscegenation” between “Jews and non-Jews.”].
At the same time, the organized Jewish lobby in America and Europe —which fanatically supports Israel—demands of Europeans that they accept miscegenation and mixed marriages in order not to be “racist.”
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), for example, which describes itself as “the world’s leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice, and bigotry,” has an entire section of its website devoted to boasting about the Jewish role in dismantling anti-miscegenation and anti-mixed marriage laws in America.
According to an article in the Israeli Haaretz newspaper, titled “Israel Bans Novel on Arab-Jewish Romance From Schools for ‘Threatening Jewish Identity‘” (December 31, 2015), Israel’s Education Ministry has “disqualified a novel (called “Gader Haya,” or “Borderlife”) that describes a love story between an Israeli woman and a Palestinian man from use by high schools around the country.”
In a separate article, Haaretz columnist Alon Idan frankly admitted that the reason why the book was banned was so that Israel could “maintain purity of blood.” Alon said that the decision meant simply that “Jews and Arabs are forbidden to have sex with one another; Jews and Arabs are forbidden to love one another; Jews and Arabs are forbidden to marry one another; Jews and Arabs are forbidden to have families with one another; Jews and Arabs are forbidden to live together.”
This “hypocrisy” is too obvious to be an accident: it can only be the result of a conscious, deliberate decision, aimed at bringing about the destruction of non-Jews."