When I posted this item implicitly complimenting Israel for expanding its fencing on the Sinai border, several readers objected saying it was just terrorists they wanted to keep out and I was a dolt for not understanding the difference between Hamas killers and Mexican busboys. Well . . . tell Bibi that : „Infiltrators cause cultural, social and economic damage, and pull us towards the Third World,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a Manufacturers Association assembly. „We suffer from a problem that actually stems from Israel’s economic success,” he said, explaining the problems that arise from the breached border with Egypt . „We have become almost the only First World country that can be reached by foot from the Third World. We are flooded with surge of refugees who threaten to wash away our achievements and damage our existence as a Jewish democratic state.” He went on to say, „Anyone walking around Arad, Eilat, or even south Tel Aviv today, can see this wave, and the change it is creating, with their own eyes. They are causing socio-economic and cultural damage and threaten to take us back down to the level of the Third World. They take the jobs of the weakest Israelis.” Netanyahu noted that the government plans to work to construct a physical barrier between Israel and Egypt to prevent this „flood” of migrants. Addressing the members of the Manufacturers Association, he said, „You will not like this, but we plan to legislate strict laws and enforce them with a firm hand against the illegal employment of infiltrators and foreign workers.” As Calvin Coolidge might have said, Israel must remain Israeli.
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‘Infiltrators . . . pull us towards the Third World’ — By: Mark Krikorian

When I posted this item implicitly complimenting Israel for expanding its fencing on the Sinai border, several readers objected saying it was just terrorists they wanted to keep out and I was a dolt for not understanding the difference between Hamas killers and Mexican busboys. Well . . . tell Bibi that : „Infiltrators cause cultural, social and economic damage, and pull us towards the Third World,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a Manufacturers Association assembly. „We suffer from a problem that actually stems from Israel’s economic success,” he said, explaining the problems that arise from the breached border with Egypt . „We have become almost the only First World country that can be reached by foot from the Third World. We are flooded with surge of refugees who threaten to wash away our achievements and damage our existence as a Jewish democratic state.” He went on to say, „Anyone walking around Arad, Eilat, or even south Tel Aviv today, can see this wave, and the change it is creating, with their own eyes. They are causing socio-economic and cultural damage and threaten to take us back down to the level of the Third World. They take the jobs of the weakest Israelis.” Netanyahu noted that the government plans to work to construct a physical barrier between Israel and Egypt to prevent this „flood” of migrants. Addressing the members of the Manufacturers Association, he said, „You will not like this, but we plan to legislate strict laws and enforce them with a firm hand against the illegal employment of infiltrators and foreign workers.” As Calvin Coolidge might have said, Israel must remain Israeli.
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