”We’re talking about men between the ages of 24-45 – the working years.
”All of the African migrants I’ve spoken with have openly admitted to me that they came here to work, to improve their lives. Real refugees flee from their homeland and request refugee status as quickly as they can in a neighboring country. These people, though, have passed through four or five countries on their way here, since the nearest country wasn’t good enough.
”The migrants can take classes, get three square meals a day and even have full access to health services. It’s a full-service center.
”In the rest of the world, when refugees reach a neighboring country in a desperate attempt to save their lives, they are housed in refugee camps. Take a second to research this. Syrian refugees live in tin structures and tents in such camps. That’s how refugees all over the world live. If Hulot were actually a refugee camp, it would be the fanciest one in the world.
”But no, our refugees want to live in Tel Aviv.
”Because that’s where they can find work. And by the way, all of them are working. We noticed that this week, too.
”The old leaders of the infiltrators disappeared overnight, and new ones took their place. They are being briefed and handed ready-made signs. Buses are being reserved for them and they are being spoon-fed slogans.
They are acting in a disciplined manner and are not violent. At least up until now they haven’t been.
”They’re saving the violence for the nighttime in Tel Aviv; there aren’t any cameras there. In Tel Aviv, thousands of weak Israelis have been left to fend for themselves: old people, the disabled, Holocaust survivors, the housebound, people who’ve had their whole lives taken from them, not to mention their belongings.
”People who are too scared to go downstairs to the corner market for fear of being mugged...”