Timothy McVeigh, when asked if he had any closing statement to give to the court prior to his sentencing, said “‘Our government is the potent, the omnipresent teacher. For good or for ill it teaches the people by its example.” He was referring to the deadly attack in Waco which inspired his actions in Oklahoma City, and paraphrasing Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis from a dissenting opinion in a 1928 wiretapping case. Especially since we correctly refer to our rulers as ‘Z.O.G.’, the ‘Zionist Occupied Government’, he could have also have been referring to the Israeli Justice Minister’s statement, here. 

Justice Minister: Israel Must Keep Jewish Majority Even at the Expense of Human Rights

“Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked said Monday that if not for the fence erected some years ago on the Egyptian border, “We would be seeing here a kind of creeping conquest from Africa.” The fence effectively stopped asylum-seekers from Sudan and Eritrea from entering the country.

In a speech to the Congress on Judaism and Democracy, Shaked also said, “I think that ‘Judaizing the Galilee’ is not an offensive term. We used to talk like that. In recent years we’ve stopped talking like that. I think it’s legitimate without violating the full rights of the Arab residents of Israel.”

The justice minister made the remarks in a wide-ranging speech on the controversy over the Jewish nation-state bill.

She further said, “There is place to maintain a Jewish majority even at the price of violation of rights.” She added, however, that maintaining a Jewish majority in Israel and acting democratically “must be parallel and one must not outweigh the other.”

Regarding the nation-state bill, Shaked said, “I was disturbed at both the position of the state and the reasoning of the justices. The state did not defend the law for national demographic reasons, it claimed only security reasons.” Shaked told the conference that “the state should say that there is place to maintain the Jewish majority even if it violates rights.”

…”On the coalition’s intent to keep the word “equality” out of the nation-state bill, Shaked said: “Israel is a Jewish state. It isn’t a state of all its nations. That is, equal rights to all citizens but not equal national rights.” Shaked said the word “equality” was very general and the court could take it “very far,” adding, “There are places where the character of the State of Israel as a Jewish state must be maintained and this sometimes comes at the expense of equality.”