Anti-Semites despise living Jews but revere the dead – unless they were Zionists To memorialize dead Jews the vilest anti-Semite will go the extra mile. Jews are hated up to a point. Past that point they are more than tolerated, they are venerated. To memorialize dead Jews – the more the better – the vilest… Continue reading To commemorate the Holocaust you don’t have to like Jews
The question more than likely never entered the head of Willie Sutton the bank robber who, had he known, could have answered it in a blink. When asked why he robbed banks Sutton explained, “That’s where the money is.” The iron logic of this bold answer holds the clue to Desmond Tutu’s well-known antipathy to… Continue reading Tutu’s Teaser. Possible to Hate Israel yet Love Jews?
Got the class strugglers wrong. Class struggle, in the mind of Karl Marx, mobilised history. Mostly he was wrong. Today he’d be completely right, except for getting the contenders wrong. Labour is not struggling against Capital. Non-elites are in a struggle with elites. In October of our Covid year the Economist came up with a catchy headline. Can… Continue reading Marxism out, New Class Struggle in
Why clerics can't admit what they see Christendom is in dire straits. Historian Tom Holland predicts the unthinkable – a Muslim ruled Middle East without Christian communities. Fr. Francesco Patton, a Catholic leader, Custos of the Holy Land, and guardian of Christian holy places in Israel, seemed to be predicting the same thing in his… Continue reading Why church leaders obsess over the wrong Christians – and the wrong persecutors
Good only for horses? You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y'all. Stop it.” That’s the FDA demeaning the 28% of adults holding out, who definitely don’t want to get vaxxed. They trust a familiar drug over the jab. By the stubbornness of that number the anti-vaxxers won’t be changing their ‘little’ minds… Continue reading How smart are the vaxxed?
Too many brainy fools wreck the world How far back must we go to discover something that was never hidden? When did it come to light that Dr Fauci types were creating science friction? Could it be when a costly quest to develop an AIDS vaccine failed and they put the fear of God into… Continue reading Brilliant fools make science friction
Glasgow City Here they brewed the panic upon which Climate doomsday thrives. “COP26 summit,” I began to read because everyone who was anyone had collected in Glasgow for a purpose quite as shoddy as the grime that used to be synonymous with Glasgow shipyards. “Focus on how to hit 1.5°C target – and billions… Continue reading COP 26 and the impossible but profitable nonsense
Why despise the unvaxxed? When COVID-braving Dennis Prager said he contracted it purposely in order “to be taken care of by therapeutics,” the public outcry was more life-threatening than the virus. He must be made to pay for any treatment he gets. He should be denied a hospital bed. Another conservative talk show host spreads… Continue reading Hatred of the unvaxxed is irrational
Warned the religious to avoid terrible politics and even worse religion When Covid and Climate entered the worshipping space, Judaism and Christianity came forth with a Covid-friendly hug. They haven’t ruled the monotheistic roost for decades. Islam alone did not water down. A fellow contributor got his title wrong; more than the left embraced crisis… Continue reading Crisis religions are traps for the religious and secular alike
Brings anti-Semites out of the woodwork Tales of Jewish omnipotence can have more than a grain of truth. In speculator György Soros, the potent Jew is a living threat. A man who can break the Bank of England is no mere symbol. More than the House of Rothschild could do in bygone times, Soros can… Continue reading There IS Jewish power and it CAN be malignant