Okay. That’s cogent. But, once again, this is a shift to another issue, is it not? I beg your pardon but you seem to be promoting a certain ideology without addressing it, looking for ways to “mask it” instead. These “masks” provide a decent rationalization, but they don’t completely hide the ideology under the surface. “Education,” great. But why not devote some resources to educating the existing population, then? And some of that existing population may not even be Jewish. And what would be wrong with that picture?
If you go back, first, to what was being said starting at about 13:00 in that video about the changes in national priorities after the 1973 war, and the fact that those priorities need to be changed, perhaps that is where the conversation needs to begin and not with specific changes in immigration. Changes in infrastructure and higher education. Addressing the needs of ALL Israelis in those regards.