May 12, 2018
The Jews are the global advocates of human rights.
All human rights organizations are run by Jews, including Human Rights Watch, which has been run by the Jew Kenneth Roth since 1993.
But although the Jews are extremely committed to fighting “human rights abuses” all over the world, there is one place where human rights simply are not viable: Israel.
In a joint statement released May 9, 15 human rights organizations denounced Interior Minister Aryeh Deri’s decision to order the expulsion of Omar Shakir, the director of Human Rights Watch for Israel and Palestine.
The statement reads that the decision to expel Shakir and Israel’s growing list of people who cannot enter the country because of their criticism of the occupation are “intended to hide the occupation from the world.” They further claim that the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, headed by Gilad Erdan, is putting together “personal files” on foreign human rights activists operating in Israel and that the information collected is being used to hinder their activities.
Shakir, a US citizen with a law degree from Stanford, received a work visa for Israel about a year ago. Now he is being ordered to leave the country. According to Deri, the decision is based on a position paper prepared by the Ministry for Strategic Affairs that claims that Shakir is a longtime active supporter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement and that he tweets regularly in support of the movement’s goals.
And of course, anti-Semitic haters will be like “OMG Jews, hypocrisy much???”
But we all know why there can’t ever be human rights in Israel:
Because of the Holocaust of the six gorillion, when six gorillion invisible Jews were gassed and turned into lampshades which were then promptly phase-warped out of existence.
After an event like that, well… let me just put it this way: they’re going to need to use a lot of live ammo on protesters whose land they stole.