Israel’s Kibbutzim Poured Nearly $30 Million Into Local Startups in 2018
The once-socialist rural communes have undergone vast privatization processes over the past few decades
Meir Orbach and Tofi Stoler | 12:09 28.01.2019
Israeli Kibbutzim, formerly socialist rural communes, have invested NIS 110 million (approximately $29.9 million) in Israeli startups in 2018, a 45% rise compared with the year before, according to data released Sunday by the Kibbutz Industries Association (KIA).
Where did they get their billions from Monopoly by Socialistsst
Its time long overdue for the Kibbutzim to return to the people the billions they have monopolized from control of Tnuva and a hundred other companies interesting almost ALL the land on which the Kibbutz was founded was purchased by religious Orthodox Jews and collected in synagogues all over Europe and then they turned on the hand that fed them