Monthly Archives: January 2016

Is racism concentrated in the left wing or right wing?

For various reasons that I don’t want to get in to, I’m inclined to believe that, historically, racism was somewhat more of a left wing thing than a right wing thing. However, let’s deal with the modern day.   If … Continue reading

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How is it in the American interest to be so pro-Israel?

America’s staunchly pro-Israel position makes it an easy enemy among most Arab states, but brings no tangible benefit. I understand that evangelicals think it is necessary to have a Jewish state for the Armageddon and heaven, etc. to come along. … Continue reading

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The Holocaust never happened

Actually, I don’t believe that. But the fact that it is a criminal offense to even say so makes me wonder, like 1% maaaybe, wonder … Holocaust denial should be met with facts, not prison. The status quo (prison for … Continue reading

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Here’s why it’s OK to single out Israel, at times

I’ve tried to explain this several times, but found better words for it here. “We focused on Israeli behaviour, not because we have any animus towards Israel, but because the United States gives it such high levels of material and … Continue reading

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A conspiracy that I firmly believe

Palestinians have legitimate grievances. There is a conspiracy to paint people as racist anti-semites for the fact of saying such things.

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Does Israel want peace?

Oooooohh my, the number of times I’ve been lectured about how Israel always offers peace to Palestinian (on SHITE terms, I might add), but how the stupid Palestinians are senselessly enraged/brainwashed by Islamic cultist terrorist propaganda. But then, more news … Continue reading

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Ben-Gurion accepted the right of Palestinians to fight back

In a context where I think Zionism was a stupid stupid project, but accept the modern reality where the Jewish state of Israel has an unambiguous right to exist … well, here’s an interesting historical quote from David Ben-Gurion that … Continue reading

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Are Democrats or Republicans more corrupt?

I don’t have any information to prove either way. Like, prove in a court of law sort of way. After all, the status quo following the Citizen’s United decision is that you could buy both sides of the election, legally, … Continue reading

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Israel foreign ministry coordinates online volunteers for media manipulation

I was referred to this article today which shows how the Israeli foreign ministry coordinates online volunteers for media manipulation. The article is a little old, but there is not any reason at all to imagine that it is outdated … Continue reading

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Classic strategy: Turning positives into negatives – Trudeau and selfies

Canada’s former prime minister, Stephen Harper, was basically walled off from the people, his events open to pre-vetted supporters only, question periods open for pre-vetted questions and supportive media only. Canada’s current prime minister, Justin Trudeau, by contrast, has proven … Continue reading

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