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To: RKBA Democrat

I don’t think so. If they’ve got us beat on demographics, why do they get so bent out of shape over every new Jewish house built. They’re really scared of our demographics, first of all because the population growth projected has not materialized. Second, because the 1.6 kid secularists are becoming 7.70 kid Hasidim. Third, because of immigration, which has been increasing sharply lately, especially American immigrants such as me, who want out of Obamanomics.


10 posted on 05/26/2011 1:17:23 AM PDT by Eleutheria5 (End the occupation. Annex today.)
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To: Eleutheria5

“If they’ve got us beat on demographics, why do they get so bent out of shape over every new Jewish house built.”

They want the best hand they can play as well. Possession being 9/10 of things.

“Second, because the 1.6 kid secularists are becoming 7.70 kid Hasidim.”

A good trend that I wasn’t aware of. I’m not familiar enough with the details of Judaism regarding the Hasidim, orthodoxy, and military service. It doesn’t do you a lot of good to have a huge population if they’re not able to join the military. Again, I’m ignorant of the details but seem to recall that some more religious Jews do not serve in the IDF.

“Third, because of immigration, which has been increasing sharply lately, especially American immigrants such as me, who want out of Obamanomics.”

Very interesting. So, Israel has been seeing an uptick in Americans coming over? It’s a very pretty country with a nice climate. And darn near everyone seems to pack. So I could understand why people would like it.


11 posted on 05/26/2011 2:56:24 AM PDT by RKBA Democrat (Default is just a kinder, gentler form of debt repudiation.)
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