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Islamism Grows Stronger at the United Nations

The growing Democratic domination of largest U.S

THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD HATE JEWS. THEY CAN’T ALL BE WRONG!!!!
why dont jews do something to improve their image
What they do with the settlement business is simply wrong, its bullying in the nth degree.
Israel is seen as an abomination on the face of the earth.

Henry Ford, The International Jew—The World’s Foremost Problem (The Noontide Press: Books On-Line), 7.

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It assumes the culpability of the world’s most developed nations, including the United States and those in Europe, and implies a moral responsibility to bear the costs, even as those same nations seek to draft a new treaty over the next two years that would for the first time compel reductions by rapidly emerging nations like China and India. As a group, developing countries will within a decade have accounted for more than half of all historical emissions, making them responsible for a large share of the continuing impact humanity will make, if not the impact already made.

We aim to shift the focus of development economics from national income accounting to people-centered policies

*****Approximately three years after Nathan and Alyza Lewin filed the Bryan v. Moore amicus curiae brief — a notable event in itself — another notable event took place. A kosher dinner was held to honor the establishment of the National Institute for Judaic Law (NIJL). The dinner was attended by 200 people, including Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Stephen Breyer, Antonin Scalia. Nathan and Alyza Lewin also attended.


by David Littman Middle East Quarterly September 1999, pp

Every tradition in the world contains some seeds of truth, and likewise some of those seeds come to fruition and then rot, such as the justifications for slavery and the subjugation of the feminine, fully half of creation. We humans must be master pruners in order to keep cutting away the tribal rhetoric to come to deeper truth. This is true for every nation, every group. I deeply appreciate the religious and ethnic diversity of the world, and I pray that one day we can all respect each other for our differences as well as our common humanity, which is an inheritance from a God who loves all life and values us as a part of its own heart. May we achieve the peaceful coexistence which God implores us to find, first within our own souls.

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This methodology is the wisdom of Kabbalah and the Jews are its owners in the sense that they alone are poised to be a good example of its implementation for the rest of us. The reason for this is simple: At one time in their ancient history, a small group of Babylonians left Babylon and under the leadership of Abraham discovered this method and began to succeed in its main principle of connection and unity. They drew positive forces into our world and thus became a nation under the rule of “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” By this, they became both blessed and responsible. Blessings are easily accepted; responsibility not so much since from the time of the destruction of the Second Temple until today, the Jews declined into unfounded hatred—between each other!

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To me, Dr. Laitman’s message is not one of national pride; it’s about love for humanity and the steps that need to be taken to ensure its good future. I hope that the Jewish people can find the strength to love one another the way they once did because their unity will inspire and even compel the rest of the world to follow suit.