Anti-Black Israel Wants ‘Observer Member’ Status In The African Union
Despite the fact that Blacks are the original Jews, the Jewish state of Israel is now under the control of an anti-Black Zionist regime.
Just last year, Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu stepped up an anti immigration campaign with a threat to the more than 60,000 African migrants in the country.
The infiltrators have a clear choice — cooperate with us and leave voluntarily, respectably, humanely and legally, or we will have to use other tools at our disposal, which are also according to law. — Benjamin Netanyahu
Most of the migrants (who he refers to as infiltrators?!) arrived in Israel from Sudan and Eritrea after crossing out of Egypt ironically. Of those who arrived, less than 1 percent were granted legal status. And that 1 percent is subject to tax rules that allow their employers to put part their salary in a fund which the immigrant can access only if they leave Israel.
“We have expelled about 20,000 and now the mission is to get the rest out,” Netanyahu said.
This is just the latest in a years-long pattern of abuse and racism that Black immigrants have suffered at the hands of white Israelis.
From the death of Haftom Zarhum — an African man from Eritrea who was lynched and killed by an angry Israeli mob — to the thousands held in subhuman desert detention camps, the soul of Israel is on display for the world to see.
It is no secret that Zionist Israel actively works to control as many areas of life as possible. Initially, this was a defensive response to the holocaust.
The Zionist slogan ‘Never again!’ became a rallying cry for both sovereignty and control over the political, social, and economic mechanisms of the world to prevent another Jewish holocaust.
Today, Jews control nearly all media outlets in the West. In fact, Actor Seth MacFarlane joked at the Academy Awards that it’s best to be Jewish if you “want to continue to work in Hollywood”. And the vast majority of news outlets are under Jewish control as well.
Israel’s political control is widespread and far reaching. Before any would-be President in the United States puts forth their platform in its entirety, they express unconditional support for the state of Israel. This is not by coincidence, and no other nation on Earth receives similar declarations of support.
Mandatory allegiance to Israel crosses political lines here in the United States – from the hyper Conservative Ben Shapiro to the hyper Liberal Bill Maher.
And political support for Israel is as adamant as antagonism against any political counter-force. From Barcelona to Brooklyn, Israel has pressured politicians to shut down political organizations (like the Boycott, Sanctions, and Divestment Movement) that criticize Israel. In fact, legislation in the United States strips any company or organization of access to federal funds if they support any anti-Israeli efforts.
And while it’s undeniable that Jews are disproportionately among the wealthiest Americans and over-represented in top positions in the financial world., even mentioning that fact is taboo.
And now, Israel wants to expand its hegemony to the Black world.
On 20th March, 2018, Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu was quoted by Times of Israel saying, “we would be faced with . . . severe attacks by Sinai terrorists, and something much worse, a flood of illegal migrants from Africa.”
Israel’s involvement in Africa has been nothing but disastrous.
During the Apartheid regime in South Africa, the country was accused of denouncing Apartheid, but it privately cultivated relations with Apartheid South Africa in secret. There are numerous allegations of Israeli cooperation with the South African apartheid regime which have been documented. According to The Guardian:
“Israel was South Africa’s principal and most dependable arms dealer. . . It even offered to sell the South African regime nuclear weapons.”
Sasha Polakow-Suransky, author of The Unspoken Alliance: Israel’s Secret Relationship With Apartheid South Africa said, “Israel’s arms supplies helped to prolong the apartheid regime’s rule and to survive international sanctions.”
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In his address to the leaders of the member states of the Economic West African States (ECOWAS) on June 4, last year, Netanyahu said, “I come here as an expression of a simple truth: Israel is coming back to Africa, and Africa is coming back to Israel.”
Israel is currently seeking to be an African Union observer, getting support from Ghana and Kenya among other countries.
In a UN General Assembly vote on December 22, 2017 on the status of Jerusalem, Kenya supported Israel while countries like Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and South Africa supported the Palestinians.
As an AU observer, Israel will have the privilege of addressing the AU, thus pushing its agenda, expand its diplomatic involvement in Africa.
The support from Ghana has come as a shock to many Africans, including prominent South African writer Zukiswa Wanner. On her Facebook page, Zukiswa wrote:
“Can we just shut down as a continent for a while please? Let’s discuss as an African family the idea of Ghana supporting Israel’s AU bid. . . as though the fact that our stupid governments couldn’t even fund the building of their own headquarters in Addis isn’t problematic enough.”
While Israel’s history on the continent is muddied, including installing Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in power, Israel has always sought ways to neutralise Arab influence on the continent.
Here is an abbreviated timeline of Israel’s status as an African Observer Member:
- Israel was an observer member until 2002 when the Organization of African Unity (OAU) was dissolved.
- With pressure from Libya’s former president Muammar Gaddafi, Israel lost its status as an observer member.
- Palestine was given observer member status in 2013, which complicates Israel push to also become a member.
- In 2016, Ethiopia expressed its support for Israel to re-join the AU as an observer.
- In 2017, Netanyahu visited Africa in a number of occasions pushing for support for Israel to become an observer member.
With Ghana’s support for Israel, Zukiswa rightly asked, “seriously who bewitched African leaders?”