Israel is Leading In Economic Inequality

Gilad Atzmon — Jan 31, 2016

The Organization for Economic Cooperation (OECD) revealed today that Israel has the second highest gap between rich and poor among the world’s advanced economies. The organization stressed that the Israeli economy has been growing for 13 years and demonstrates “exceptional stability.” It also stated that Israelis are generally happy.
Finance minister Moshe Kahlon welcomed the findings, saying, “this report by the OECD states unequivocally that Israel’s economy is stable.”
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu also hailed the report’s positive findings, saying; “this report positively notes Israel’s economic strength, the high growth, the low unemployment and the budgetary responsibility that we are – of course – proud of.”
So here’s the truth: the OECD report dismantles the anti Semitic argument that Jews are parasitic, capitalistic and exploitive of Goyim. The report proves that in the Jewish State; Jews engage in the most brutal repressive measures against their brethren.
Earlier this month, the OECD released a report pertaining to poverty levels among member nations. According to the report, Israel ranked at number one with about 20.9% of its population under the poverty line. This finding shouldn’t take us by surprise. Israel’s social landscape resembles the Jewish ghetto that was dominated by similar repression, poverty and inequality.
If Zionism was a promise to solve the ‘Jewish problem’, it evidently failed. It did manage to expand the problem to a different location.


Gilad Atzmon, a former Israeli soldier now a writer and an award winning Jazz musician resident in London, where he lives in virtual exile

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