August 26, 2019

Israel: Lesbian activist moves from left to right to campaign against illegal immigration

Avishai IvriGuest Contributor

Following a huge campaign by immigration supporters in Israel to stop the deportation of nursing workers from the Philippines, I took to the streets of south Tel Aviv to speak with the number one anti-immigration activist in Israel, Sheffi Paz.

Paz started out as a gay-rights activist, and explains her confrontational style by saying, “I still have left-wing DNA.”

She doesn’t care about being called “far-right,” she just wishes others on her side of this issue were willing to fight harder for their beliefs.

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commented 2019-08-27 12:02:58 -0400
Spare us the dirty jokes, Keith, But, yeah, it was funny.
commented 2019-08-27 00:19:23 -0400
Jan G

It’s pretty easy to see that the whole ‘accommodation’ thing is going to increase, and then the when some ppl see it buys them advantage, scammers by the truckload will jump on the band wagon. Only them when there’s an outcry from the masses will politicians act, just like the border issue. But it’s the havoc that’s wrought in the interim.

And now we’re doing the same with the new sex assault laws. Britain already went through this, and the new FEMALE police chief said no more to simply believing all women.

Ditto for windmills and solar energy.
commented 2019-08-26 23:29:31 -0400
LIZA ROSIE:
I agree. Someone I had known for over 30 years and who’s parents came from Europe just before she was born (!), laughed and said we’re all immigrants anyway. She immediately shut up when I said one half of my family was indigenous!
This woman has shown, through her statement, that those who love their country, love it for the traditions, values, religion, everything that is part of it and part of it’s history.
If only Canadians could love Canada for what it was, is and …. unfortunately, never will be again.
Trudeau has wiped out as much of Canada’s history as possible, just like our laws have been and are being redefined to suit and accommodate every minority.
Minority groups are just like Johnny Yaniv (or whatever) who keeps making claims against anyone or anything possible to just use the system.
commented 2019-08-26 22:16:24 -0400
Israel is so small it would take no time at all for its demographic to be irrevocably tipped. They already have enough problems, shouldn’t they have the right to protect themselves from further complications? I thought Israel was stricter about migrants and accepted very little immigration. Who could blame this woman, especially a gay Jewish one. Its time for the world to talk openly about this migration problem that is so destructive to so many countries. No country should have their foundational traditions and celebrations (in Canada its Judeo Christian) cut back or quashed/quelled to accommodate those of people who leave their own country to come to another with a culture antithetical to their own. These people have their own countries they can go back to, to live as they chose if they don’t like it when they come here. Where do we in North America go to be at home if we allow our demographics to be tipped? Our roots are in Canada and have been from its inception. There is no other country for us.

So it seems to me that not only should we have a say about who comes in, but that we expect them to fully integrate into western society and leave any old anti western ways they might want to hold onto, at the door. Furthermore we must retain the right to decide how many we want to enter, because demographics is destiny. Otherwise our sovereignty is being threatened and no country can allow that to happen.
commented 2019-08-26 19:04:03 -0400
Having a gay-rights activist, going from Left to Right is most unusual.
Going down, OK. But Left to right?……Sorry bout that.