Thursday, January 14, 2010

From Gallup:
When Gallup analyzed in detail the migration desires of citizens around the world, so many Haitians told us they would move permanently to another country if given the chance that the country would, in theory, lose 50% of its population if those wishes were fulfilled.

3 comments:

  1. Rabbi Boteach claimed racism, as the NY Post and others reported, when a Utah radio station canned him because he “urged black Katrina evacuees to relocate permanently in lily-white Utah.”

    But Rabbi Boteach is not a Utah resident, nor is he in any way representative of its population. If R. Boteach wanted to offer sanctuary, it would have been more appropriate for him to raise funds and offer to bring these African-American refugees to his own Modern-Orthodox enclave, in say, Teaneck, NJ, instead of suggesting they go to Utah.


    http://kvetcher.net/2005/09/254/in-war-of-words-between-david-duke-and/

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