Support for open borders spans the Jewish political spectrum, from the far left to the neoconservative right. So it’s no surprise that Jewish “conservatives” are urging support for Obama’s upcoming “comprehensive immigration reform.”
A former Jewish speechwriter for President George W. Bush, Noam Neusner, urges Obama to push for one more “big legislative ambition: immigration reform.”
They say that “where there are two Jews, there are three opinions” – well, not in this case.
Jews have been at the forefront of liberalizing America’s immigration laws. Our unrecognizable country is an unmeltable conglomeration of ethnic cultures and peoples due in large part to Jewish activists who remain busy transforming a predominantly European nation into a “diverse” non-White disaster.
When it comes to assimilation, the Israeli experience for some strange reason differs from the American “tradition” of embracing foreigners. Rather than welcoming illegal immigrants from Africa, Israel is sending them home (“Israel African Immigration Deportations to Send Thousands Back Home“).