JwIt seems, however, that there are certain people who paradoxically support both mass immigration from the Middle East and Israeli domination at the same time!If anyone else posted this here I wouldn't be sure, and I might interpret this as being pro-Palestinian liberation but because it's Jw this is almost assuredly a post about "Jews doing the great replacement" in case anyone was trying to figure out what the **** he's trying to get at in this
Why do you think Jews support mass Middle-Eastern immigration to the US, but not to Israel? I think what most people would say is that the Middle East is for Middle Easterners.
Do you truly believe a policy of depleting the population of Palestine and other nations taking a stand against Israeli domination in the region is of no benefit to Israel-aligned politicians in the US and elsewhere? This isn't some Grand Theory; here's what the finance minister of Israel, Bezalel Smotrich, has said on this issue:
"What needs to be done in the Gaza Strip is to encourage emigration..."
“If there are 100,000 or 200,000 Arabs in Gaza and not two million Arabs, the entire discussion on the day after will be totally different..."
(Taken from the article "Israeli minister reiterates calls for Palestinians to leave Gaza" at Al Jazeera.)
If you support mass immigration from Palestine and the surrounding region, then you support Israel. Israel wants you to support the mass immigration of Arabs to the West. In order to be anti-Israel, I must be anti-immigration from the Middle East. It is in the strategic interest of US politicians to take in as many Arabs as possible, because this strengthens Israel, and these politicians are bought and sold (as you know) by the Israel lobby.
A similar thing is happening in Ukraine right now. The West's opening-up of borders for Ukrainian asylum-seekers has had the unintended consequence of decreasing Ukraine's birth rates even further (down 2.25% from 2022). Furthermore, it doesn't seem like a lot of the Ukrainian refugees will be returning after the war is over. This is basically a gigantic W for Russian geopolitical goals, just like Palestinians leaving is a gigantic W for Israel's geopolitical goals. I'm not pro-Ukraine, but the analysis is the same in both cases. Having a stable population that isn't leaving helps the people who oppose Israel, and it helps the people who are against mass immigration. It's a win-win. Unfortunately, neither party in the US takes this position. Why do you think that is? Could it be that the US is pro-Israel, or perhaps favors how immigrants tend to vote? Or maybe even both?