Celebrating the Terror

Understand the situation. Look at the photo. This is the reaction to the terrorist attack. Did you know about it? Did your news outlets tell you? Or did they decide to ignore it? This is the face of the enemy. Watch videos. Understand the situation. These are the “peace partners”. Your MSM are not going…… Continue reading Celebrating the Terror

Violence Needs to be Confronted and Terrorism is Unacceptable

So let me get it right – in UK Sir David Amess passed away. Facts known so far: He was stabbedHe was murderedIt was terrorismIt happened in ChurchHe was s conservative MPHis murderer name is Ali HarbiHis murderer is from Somalia His murderer is from the family of Somali government  One would expect that news like…… Continue reading Violence Needs to be Confronted and Terrorism is Unacceptable

Equal Rights for Refugees

She is a successful and good looking professional woman. Her field of expertise is law. One would expect her to stand strong against inequality. After all, same laws should apply to everyone and people are innocent until proven guilty, right?  Read the article, look at her and ask yourself – would you pick her as…… Continue reading Equal Rights for Refugees

UN sponsoring boycott of Israel

My thoughts after reading an article in Hayom There are times in human history when people would get together for different reasons. Throughout the history unions, treaties, partnership, alliances and other bodies were formed. Typically these organisations have one purpose. Let’s be honest, it’s generally starting as a positive response to some particular event, majority…… Continue reading UN sponsoring boycott of Israel

Facebook’s “Standards”

Here we are again – this does not violate community standards. They understand that it might be offensive. Really? Let me think for a second, in which way it’s not offensive? Murdering Jews is not going against their standards? Or portraying Arabs as bloodthirsty murderers? Or they think that they celebrate murder? Make no mistake,…… Continue reading Facebook’s “Standards”