'After spending tens of millions of dollars of the investors' money, the way to receivership looked shorter than ever,' recalls Amimon's CEO.02:21 27.11.15 | 0 comments
Lets not forget they entered the country ILLEGALLY, if anybody else enters the country illegally they are put on the first plane home at their own expense but these people no. They are either given thousands of taxpayer dollars to leave by choice or they are detained in the open prison of Holot where they get a roof over their head, food, entertainment, facilities to provide schooling for the kids, they are allowed out in the day as long as they are back for curfew last but not least they get around 500 shekel a month to agree to stay there. Considering the only real obstacle to their freedom is they must be back for curfew not so bad especially as there is plenty of internment facilities. The losers are Israeli citizens because the municipality has to make their limited funds stretch further, school cases have to be bigger and they all start new lives in Israel, have kids and soon they will make a significant percentage of the population eating into the power of the Jewish majority and the state having to provide for them. Alliyah cost the state an absolute fortune every year but we cannot say no to Jews we can say no to these people and save the taxpayers money.