If there is anything I am paranoid about it is about my fate. But I have faith. My faith tells me that there are forces – the agents, after me. This world is similar to the movie, the Matrix, in some ways. In other ways it is not – naturally. But time is ticking. ThereContinue reading “They Came For Us Too”
I know the dude is doing his best to speak on almost all issues of popular will, would be admirable to see him challenge US foreign policy on Middle East, especially Palestinian human rights. I think that would help bridge the gap between minority groups and non-minorities on the left, that is, a shift inContinue reading “Bernie Sanders, Israel & Palestine”
Ya apparently we can’t criticize Jews for their monopoly on victimhood but they can mock the Armenian Genocide without reprisal. I have always suggested that various entities have benefitted off the suppression of historic crimes against humanity. There are many that remain either unknown or unsettled. The issue of racism and slavery in America isContinue reading “Starbucks Pulls Ad Offensive to Armenians During Genocide Memorial”
Secularizing the conversation on the Palestinian genocide, actually threatens the pro-Israeli argument. It has to. Israel, by nature, is a religious entity — despite efforts by any spokesperson to suggest otherwise. Secularizing the conversation on the conflict between Palestinian nationalism & international occupation, deems Israel a theocratic apartheid-state. Secularization, by nature, requires religious & cultural diversity, egalitarianism andContinue reading “Secularizing the Conversation on the Occupation of Palestine”
Republicans are the biggest socialists. They claim to be self-reliant but in fact, it seems to me that if you are a republican you get a lot of social perks. During my tenure at the office of Senator Marco Rubio, I got 25 calls a day from conservative constituents complaining about Obama’s socialism while simultaneouslyContinue reading “Republican Socialism: Organized Vanity”
The presumption of wrong-doing quite often leads an individual to a feeling of self-entitlement and self-righteousness, resulting in an ignorance of the liberty of others. I believe if there is an ‘evil’ in the world – it is slavery. So who is the slave? Who is the master? Who is the righteous?
Searching for the inner me. Almost there. Praying, at least, that I am almost there. I can smell it, in the air. Really.