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Palestinian Mass Migration, Courtesy of Israel
Whites never win when it comes to immigration and the Middle East
The Israelis are rejecting every possible path for Gaza, except for the path which will most disadvantage White (and other) countries: the mass expulsion of Palestinians from their land.
After the strategy of attempting to pay Egypt to take in the Palestinians of Gaza failed a range of options have been put forward by the international community, allies of Israel and other actors, only for the Iraelis to reject each of the litany of options given. White-Papers is not going to endorse any particular option in this piece, but this topic is worth examining because Israel’s ultimate policy preference has become clear, and this preference will lead to millions of non-Whites (in this case Arab Palestinians) coming to White nations. This is bad for White nations, and therefore unacceptable.
We are going to do quick exhaustive review of the options which have been placed on the table and subsequently rejected by the Israelis.
Continued Hamas Rule:
Israel is, naturally, hostile to Hamas rule. Despite the fact Hamas came to power through a democratic election, and remains the most popular party in Palestinian opinion polling. Elections which were demanded by the American and Israeli governments during the Oslo Accords and subsequent peace process.
The Israelis are so determined to end Hamas rule over Gaza that they have rejected multiple attempts to broker a ceasefire and have recently rejected the idea of an “extended humanitarian pause” which would see food, water and medical supplies delivered into Gaza. What this makes clear is that the Israeli state is making life as intolerable as possible within the Gaza strip, likely with the goal of so depriving the Palestinian population within the strip that they ask to be allowed to leave rather than starve.
United Nations Governance of Gaza:
Israel recently rejected a German sponsored plan for the United Nations to take control of the Gaza strip and has instead insisted that Israel will take control of the strip for an “indefinite” period of time. In the language of states and international relations which defines the 21st century the use of the term “indefinite” is tantamount to Israel declaring an intention to annex the Gaza strip. This scenario can be likened to the Sinai peninsula, which Israel governed for 13 years after a war with Egypt, or the ongoing Israeli occuption of the Golan Heights.
It is in no way shocking that Israel would have no respect for a United Nations based solution, considering that the Israeli military has launched airstrikes on UN aid facilities in the Gaza strip and killed more than 100 UN employees providing aid to the residents of Gaza.
The Palestinian Authority:
The Israelis are even unwilling to let the Palestinian Authority assume governance of Gaza. This is despite the fact that the Palestinian authority (which governs what little bits of the West Bank Israel has not build settlements in) is largely viewed as an Israeli puppet regime, and one which is kept afloat by US money and aid.
This means the Israeli policy preference is clear: the mass expulsion of Palestinians from Gaza.
As aforementioned, other Arab states have already rejected the idea of taking in Palestinians, largely because they do not want to see them expelled from their land. This is despite sincere efforts by both the United States and Israel to bribe Egypt into taking hundreds of thousands of Palestinians.
With all of the above-mentioned options clearly off the table it seems inevitable that White countries will see millions of Palestinians arrive at their shores. Infact, this debate has already begun in earnest. In mid-October former US ambassador to the UN and Trump national security advisor John Bolton penned an article imploring the United States to make legislative changes so that the population of Gaza could be resettled, including into the United States homeland. The Greek government has also expressed concern that a mass movement of Gazans into Europe will soon begin.
This fear seems well founded, as the European Union has been working around the clock to establish air and sea connections to the Gaza strip, ostensibly for the purpose of delivering aid, but just as easily transfromed into avenues for refugee resettlement.
In addition to commentary in the West Israel politicians themselves, including former Mossad administrators and diplomats, are also imploring the West to take in Palestinian refugees because, to quote: “Europe and the U.S. accepted millions who fled earlier wars.”
Support for Israel brings no benefits to White countries, and continually results in new waves of mass migration. Waves from Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Afghanistan and other nations have slammed into the West time and again. When will Whites finally say that enough is enough and that their countries are not the dumping ground for peoples displaced in order to serve the interest of Israel?