Category Archives: Politics

Honouring murderers (and robbers)

Written in a facebook post, by Robert Higgs. Although it only mentions Americans, it applies to politicians internationally. “Are you ever struck by the number of ultra-criminal individuals — people who have great amounts of blood on their hands (e.g., Henry Kissinger, Ed Meese, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, Donald …

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“But that’s not how it’s supposed to work!” – the thing in the place of Dinim

So there have been a good amount of occasions where judges, lawyers and cops get away with apparent miscarriages of justice. I just heard of an occasion where a guy goes to a government official’s home to get an interview. That G.O. doesn’t particularly like this so he takes the guy’s smartphone from his hand, …

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Depravity may lie in two extremes

So I’ve seen two views or extremes amongst Torah observant Jews and “noahides” or “ger,” those claiming to follow the seven laws that I believe lead to immorality. Before I share that, please check out this video. Now, the two views that I believe will lead to immorality are as follows. The first view is …

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The Anti-Establishmentarian 

*Smile* I have to smile at that title. A different word had come to mind when I had started to ponder this post, but that one which I ended up with, I’m happy with, especially when I saw its definition.  Some years ago, my boss saw some of my ways, may have heard some of …

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Satisfied with evil

The thing about living in a secular society is that you’re free to practice any religion you want … well, any religion that doesn’t break the laws of the politicians. And that freedom to just keep the seven laws is alluring, is comforting, is … well, it’s nice to keep God’s law without persecution, right? …

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Dinim 101 – The accomplice

It’s been going around, a simple statement that has been circulating in certain circles. As it includes a value I hold dearly, I want to share it too. I believe if a person votes for a political figure, that figure embracing policies that go against God’s commandments (for non-Jews, those would be the seven laws), …

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Sleepwalkers – Headlines and illusions

So, this week there’s news of the FBI taking no legal action against Hilary Clinton and there’s surprise and shock and statements about what an injustice this is. And I see videos of two black people getting shot by white police (the media made sure to highlight the skin colour, I can’t imagine why *sarcasm*). …

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Brexit: Why tyranny, coercion and power struggles won’t end – because of “freedom”

I was surprised to hear that people actually and truly think that 52% of the British complicit … I mean, British voting public (which actually ends up being maybe around 25% of everyone who lives in the UK) choosing to tell the govt that they want to leave the EU (for whatever reason, stupid, racist, …

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The American Election – An International response

In the face of someone preaching the importance of upholding the constitution of their country and supporting a presidential candidate in an election, I wrote a response. But I did not want to repeat a mistake in making this all about one country and in doing so exclude the rest of the world. I think …

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The recognition of the Seven Laws by the US government

So as not to put any organisation or individual who knowingly adheres to and supports the keeping of the non-Jewish Torah law at risk of reprisal by the bunch of politicians and their thugs, labeled “government,” I’m gonna share this view on my personal blog rather than in responses in other forums. Something that is …

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