Netanyahu visits Australian college

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A Jewish college of course, full of Jewish children who are taught to be proud Jewish nationalist Zionists.


Imagine if these were White gentile. I don't know, lets say people of German descent.

What would this be? it would be banned. It would be Nazism, fascist, hate..

But because Judaism is a religion, this allows these things to exist. It can be dubbed a religious school. . But aren't Jews a PEOPLE?


People must understand the Jews have been the leaders in pushing desegregation and open borders in the West. They're always campaigning that this area is too White and needs to be more diverse. Yet the Jews live in their segregated Jewish neighbourhoods, go to Jewish schools etc.
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Racial/ethnic purity is associated with Nazism. Yet the Jews clearly practice this themselves. Seriously ask a Jew about their ancestors, they'll all be Jews. Sure a few have intermixed, but very few. Genetic studies prove that most Jews are as Jewish as they were thousands of years ago. This is from segregation, which they support.. for themselves.

It's fine for Jews to want to remain Jews.

Why are those who want to remain White, Nazi's?
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71% of non-Orthodox Jews in the U.S. inter-marry:

The intermarriage rate, a bellwether statistic, has reached a high of 58 percent for all Jews, and 71 percent for non-Orthodox Jews — a huge change from before 1970 when only 17 percent of Jews married outside the faith. Two-thirds of Jews do not belong to a synagogue, one-fourth do not believe in God and one-third had a Christmas tree in their home last year.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/01/us...ws.html?ref=us
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