‘One way or another, left’s foreign funds will be cut off’

Best be ready right now for that “another” way.

While Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Monday night that his Likud party would support a law that would prohibit non-profit political organizations from receiving contributions from foreign governments, Yisrael Beiteinu believes it has a better idea: Allowing groups to receive contributions, but placing an onerous tax of 45% on them.

The law prohibiting contributions altogether is actually co-sponsored by Yisrael Beiteinu MK Robert Iliatov, and party chairman Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has expressed support for it. The taxation bill is being sponsored by MK Faina Kirschenbaum, also from Yisrael Beiteinu.

Although the law would apply to all organizations, the ones that will be most hurt by the tax will be leftist political groups, as rightwing groups subsist mostly on private contributions, which the two laws do not cover. Most of the money that will be affected consists of donations by European governments to leftist groups, MKs said.

Laws ?

The left won’t care.

They already do what they want, when they want, how they want.

When will Israel learn that ?

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Kenny Solomon
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One Response to ‘One way or another, left’s foreign funds will be cut off’

  1. “Laws? We don’t need no stinking LAWS!! We’re Democrats!

    Yours truly,

    Obama, Holder, Salazar, Sunstein, Geithner, and the Unions.”

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