March 28, 2018
Hey rabbi… I like watcha doin’!
It’s been a while since we’ve had a good “high on their own supply” story. I believe the last one was in mid-January, when a bunch of rabbis (including Sarah Silverman’s sister, pictured above) planned to help negroids facing deportation from Israel.
This time, we’ve got a similar but even better story. Those precious negroids are still facing deportation, but now tens of thousands of Grandmaster Splinters have emerged from the sewers to save them!
Some 25,000 people participated in a rally against the deportation African asylum seekers in Tel Aviv’s Rabin on Saturday evening. The demonstrators carried signs and chanted slogans such as “There is no difference between our blood and their blood because we are all human beings.”
The deportations to Rwanda and Uganda were scheduled to begin in a week’s time, on April 1, but the High Court of Justice has suspended them until it rules on a petition it is hearing against expelling the asylum seekers. The government is scheduled to file its response to the petition on Monday.
The rally was organized by Sudanese and Eritrean asylum seekers along with Israeli residents of south Tel Aviv, where many of the refugees and migrants live, and various aid organizations. “You can stand with the veteran residents of south Tel Aviv and also with the asylum seekers,” wrote the organizers on the event’s Facebook page.
“We will not accept incitement and setting one community against the other. Deportation of people to an uncertain future will not improve the situation in the neighborhoods and we will not allow it to be done in our names,” they wrote.
Musicians Hemi Rodner, Alma Zohar and Yehuda Keisar, community leader Rabbi Aaron Leibowitz and representatives of various youth movements participated in the rally.
*rubs hands goyishly*
Well, what can I say? These Hebrews are heroes.
More and more Jews are beginning to realize that we all bleed red. A black man is identical to a Jew in every way except skin color. In fact, since Jews are a religion and not a race, it’s possible for an Eritrean or even an Australian Aborigine to convert to Judaism and – BAM! – he becomes as Jewish as Watto from The Phantom Menace.
If there are any Israelis reading this who did not attend this historical rally, I want you to know that you let your country down. It’s 2018, and Israel has not yet learned how to be multicultural. And I think it’s important for you to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place.
You can start by introducing your sister to that nice black boy down the street.