ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – What will it take to deport the illegals?

May Golan confronts illegal immigrants in south Tel Aviv
(photo: Arutz Sheva)

Today, there are tens of thousands of illegal infiltrators living in Israel, mostly from Eritrea and Sudan. We have written about this problem several times, and Prime Minister Netanyahu has made vague promises, and for the most part, empty gestures, toward resolving this major security and quality of life issue.The problems the infiltrators pose are perhaps most acute in the south Tel Aviv area.
Now, a new video comes to light, unveiled by AFSI’s good friend and south Tel Aviv neighborhood activist, May Golan. This shocking video is of illegal Eritreans infiltrators beating up a soldier in the old central bus station in southern Tel Aviv.

This is no longer a problem; it is a national crisis, and it has gone on far too long. May Golan has devoted her life toward improving the neighborhood where she has grown up and still lives, south Tel Aviv, but the entire nation is affected. It is about time that the Israeli government confronts it and resolves it, by deporting the illegal infiltrators.

As May states, “It’s not enough that we send our boys into battle, they now have another battle when they get off at the bus central station, to fight with the Eritreans.”


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“Sovereignty with Responsibility”
Sponsored by Women In Green and the Forum for Sovereignty
For those who will be in Jerusalem on Sunday, February 12, this conference is a must!
Full Jewish Sovereignty over all of Judea and Samaria is the answer, and this conference is another step in that direction.
Hosted by Women In Green and the Forum For Sovereignty, the speakers are a Whose Who of today’s leaders for full sovereignty.
There is no charge, but seating is limited and registration is required.
Lectures are in Hebrew with simultaneous translation into English!
Please see the flyers below for full information.

The Left Will Not Stop.
The following are two articles from today’s news. They are not related, yet both are symptomatic of the Left’s refusal to admit they lost the election, and indicators of what they have in store for this country if they ever regain control:
Ads in two dozen cities offer protesters up to $2,500 to agitate at Trump inaugural

Donald Trump may have a point about paid protesters: Job ads running in more than 20 cities offer $2,500 per month for agitators to demonstrate at this week’s presidential inauguration events.
Demand Protest, a San Francisco company that bills itself as the “largest private grassroots support organization in the United States,” posted identical ads Jan. 12 in multiple cities on Backpage.com seeking “operatives.”
“Get paid fighting against Trump!” says the ad.
“We pay people already politically motivated to fight for the things they believe. You were going to take action anyways, why not do so with us!” the ad continues. “We are currently seeking operatives to help send a strong message at upcoming inauguration protests.”
The job offers a monthly retainer of $2,500 plus “our standard per-event pay of $50/hr, as long as you participate in at least 6 events a year,” as well as health, vision and dental insurance for full-time operatives.

Berkeley course explores ‘cognitive dysfunctions’ of Trump

This semester, the University of California, Berkeley is offering an entire class devoted to dissecting the “cognitive dysfunctions,” “xenophobia,” and “fascism” of Donald Trump.
During the spring semester, students who take Interdisciplinary Studies 198, a directed group study course that changes topics with each iteration, will attend a semester-long examination of Trump’s electoral victory called The US Election of 2016 in Global Context: A Semester-Long Teach-In.

Students will, for example, question whether Trump’s victory was the result of “an old wine of nativism, populism, white nationalism, or even fascism deployed in a new global bottle,” or if the victory was due more to phenomena like “false news” or the revolt of the working class against “globalization, multiculturalism, and identity politics.”

ISF Director and History Professor Peter Sahlins said he created the course as a reaction to widespread concerns about Trump’s presidency, but denied that it would serve as a platform for “political opinions.”
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