Category Archives: Social commentary

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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“Hard, Ain’t it Hard” by the Redneck Rastafarian 

This article I’m about to share was written by the Redneck Rastafarian at http://redneck_rastafarian.tripod.com/hard.html and he gave me permission to share it here. There are so many thoughts here that reflect my own. As you may guess, I’m not saying I agree 100% with it, but, believe me, there is significant agreement, enough for me …

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Manchester: The stone cold truth (about my opinion)

If you came here looking for some insight or inside information about a recent murder-by-bomb that occurred, you’ve come to the wrong place. This ain’t about that. No, this is something more personal. Just my own thoughts about my distance from what happened and my views on the aftermath. Let’s get the obvious out of …

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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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When you get on the wrong side of “ger”

I have to chuckle … Ok, maybe I don’t have to … but it does make me chuckle. Recently I wrote an article, The Ger Above Us All. I wrote it and didn’t really look back after that. But then a friend tapped me on the shoulder and said “dude, one of the people you …

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The “Ger” above us all

Someone shared an experience online. They felt the desire to share it with others. And it starts off positively in a sense. Look, I’m not so much into the religious stuff but even I can appreciate that people can have a happy time on the seventh day, and just because they do, that, in and …

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The Logic of a Voting “Noahide”

It’s gonna be easy for people to take personal offense at this post. But I’m gonna say it. I don’t write my posts to be liked, just to express my point of view. How must the gentiles fulfill the commandment to establish laws and courts? They are obligated to set up judges and magistrates in …

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