The quintessential ethno-state, Israel, is increasingly coming under attack from within and without for being … a Jewish State.
Israel at 70, grumbles The Economist, is a wildly “successful country.” Having made a successful “transition from a centralized economy,” it also sports a highly skilled labor force (May 19th-25th, 2018).
Israel’s only major problem (no, it’s not the Palestinians aka the MOPE—the Most Oppressed People Ever): The country is marred by “xenophobia towards non-Jews and African refugees.”
AND: Israel’s “concept of citizenship, based on serving as a haven for all Jews, is hopelessly outdated.”
Time for a change, Israel! Get with it.
To retain respectability in polite circles, a developed nation-state cannot identify as a nation, or remain a nation in any meaningful way. So say the globalists, in not so many words.
It doesn’t occur to this idiocracy that Israel’s success in a failing region may have something to do with its … dominant ethnic composition.