July 3, 2019
It is a beautiful thing to see Jews in Israel, long secluded within their ethno-state, now being allowed to experience the vibrant touch of Diversity at last!
Innocent Ethiopian “Jew” Solomon Tekah was shot dead by an Israeli police officer on Sunday for no reason other than the color of his skin.
Brown Jew Solomon Tekah, who was killed by racism when he was only 19 years old. He had his whole life ahead of him; now his vast human potential is destined to forever remain unfulfilled.
The Ethiopian community, who are “Jews” and serve in the Israeli military, have rightly risen up to protest against the intolerable skin-hate they are subjected to.
Anna “Cold Ashkenazi Bitch” Ahronheim posted video of one of these righteous protests on her Twitter feed.
— Anna Ahronheim (@AAhronheim) July 2, 2019
But the problem in Israel goes far beyond this single incident.
It was not a protest about this specific shooting incident, said members of the community, but a cry that racism is a real and big issue in Israeli society.
“This type of racism didn’t just start yesterday, it’s been alive since before our ancestors got here,” Naftali Aklum, an Ethiopian-Israeli who runs educational workshops on the history of his community, told The Jerusalem Post. He said that Ethiopian Jews “walked over 300 miles from Ethiopia to Sudan, stayed in refugee camps, lost 4,000 Ethiopians on the way and when they finally made it to Israel, this is how they treated us.”
Despite their desires to integrate fully into society, Aklum said Israelis have never treated them as equals because of the color of their skin.
Thanks to the Jews of the Diaspora, we goyim now have great experience dealing with the challenges of Diversity. We should be generous in sharing the fruits of our wisdom with our friends in Israel. It’s clear that Israel has not yet learned how to be multicultural, and I think we’re gonna be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Israel is not going to be the monolithic society it once was in the last century. Goyim are going to be at the center of that. It’s a huge transformation for Israel to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode, and goyim will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role, and without that transformation, Israel will not survive.