AMIA bomb site, Buenos Aires In downtown Buenos Aires a modest building is locked down like Fort Knox. The clue is a billboard positioned on the left. On black metal eighty five names in white are scrawled. I knew most would be Jewish; the building’s name told me that it was synonymous in… Continue reading When American Presidents trade a Jewish bloodbath for a nuclear deal, Israeli Prime Ministers should reflect accordingly
Police states became the norm If you reside in Sydney your may not go more than five km from home. Want to stretch your limbs in the open air? One hour a day is your limit. If Brisbane is your city you must know the five approved reasons for leaving home. The one visitor you’re… Continue reading Why we succumb to micro control
"Our attitude toward any country is determined by the attitude of that country toward our struggle.” The millennium began full of contagious hope and fierce ambition. Not coincidentally, South Africa had a government which knew right from wrong. As the darling of the West the country had five jewels in its crown. Nelson MandelaA… Continue reading South Africa could have the most anti-Semitic government in the free world
It could be the most diabolical disclosure ever made. The lives of billions were wrecked for nothing. Public health experts have conceded that Covid may be a permanent part of our lives. A pandemic has become endemic. They locked us up, to give the virus nowhere to spread – something never tried before. We expected… Continue reading It could be the most diabolical disclosure ever made
The curse on South Africa Mr Koppel Bacher of Johannesburg had an audience in 1987 with the Lubavicher Rebbe at 770 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. Was there a message, he asked the Rebbe, that he could he take back to his community? It was teetering on a precipice. Revolution beckoned. Public violence was the order of… Continue reading Which of the two will decide South Africa’s fate: the Rebbe’s blessing or the Torah’s curse?
A public health policy that protects the rich while it infects the poor. Seventy million in a country that once mattered learn to live with the aftermath of electing wrecking crews into power. Prognoses would fill volumes. If they are as valuable to us the victims as to the advice givers, the country will shortly… Continue reading South Africa’s do or die remedy
What's to envy if the foreskin is a dispensable part? A bris milah Man is born uncircumcised, and lives none the worse for it. The prepuce or, to give it the crude name, foreskin, may not be the handiest or handsomest part of the body; but disabling? I’ve yet to meet the man with normal… Continue reading The miraculous foreskin
The President who oversaw the milking 'From the beginning ‘ it was the ANC collective that turned up its nose against the people, closed ranks to protect the corrupt, and send a strong message that its political leaders have a right to bribery and corruption because it is above the people. Even above the law.… Continue reading South Africa, the go-to case for milking a pandemic
International Court of Justice The Presidents of the European Union and South Africa made the common claim: Israel occupies Palestinian territory. They sought to stop the ‘wrongful’ labelling, ‘Product of Israel’ and substitute it with, ‘Made in a settlement in the ‘Occupied Palestinian Territories’. Martin Schulz, ex President of the EU, warned Israel that Europe will… Continue reading The Case against Occupied Palestinian Territory
1. Revolutionary hothead Marching for Malema OR 2. CEO of a hospital group ‘We are led by fools.’ Julius Malema slams lockdowns “The purpose of the lockdown is to allow the state to prepare health facilities, including procuring vaccine so that you open the country, you can vaccinate people, and also have more health facilities… Continue reading Lockdowns – who’s got the savvy and legitimacy?