Category Archives: pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism

Honor the Duwamish Tribe: Honor the White Tribe

When it comes to indigenous rights, it’s easy to get bipartisan support. People of all political stripes like to support beleaguered tribes, as long as such support doesn’t come at too high a price. A Change.org petition calls on the … Continue reading

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United Arab Emirates’ Mission to Mars

The United Arab Emirates has sent a probe to Mars. This is the first time any Arab country has sent a spacecraft to another planet. The probe is named The Hope (الأمل), and I think the name is appropriate. After … Continue reading

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The problem with our health-care system? Diversity

For some time now, my father has been dying a slow death from Parkinson’s Disease. This has taken up much of my time and energies. It has also been expensive, both for my family, and for taxpayers. It’s probably accurate … Continue reading

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A White Man Deliberately Plowed a Van into Worshippers

When Muslims plow vans into crowds of people, we’re told that “a van plowed into pedestrians…”. The attackers are described as “assailants”: At least six people died and three attackers were killed in multiple “terrorist incidents” Saturday in London after a van plowed into pedestrians … Continue reading

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For Aryeh

I haven’t been posting much, partly due to the fact that it’s summer here, and there are few places on Earth as good to be as Oregon during the summer. But also because I’ve been busy with social stuff, such … Continue reading

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Muhammad Ali

Just like the rest of us, the late Muhammad Ali had good traits and bad traits. I think white people have a lot to learn from him. Here’s an interview with him I’ve posted in the past. I never grow … Continue reading

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Don't convert to Judaism

A friend of mine, a white man the same age as me, was telling me how he was considering converting to Judaism. I asked him why he would do a crazy thing like that. After some prodding and probing questions, … Continue reading

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Don’t convert to Judaism

A friend of mine, a white man the same age as me, was telling me how he was considering converting to Judaism. I asked him why he would do a crazy thing like that. After some prodding and probing questions, … Continue reading

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The trouble with HIAS

I just got a link from Human Stupidity (he sends me a lot of stuff), from Refugee Resettlement Watch  titled: Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society praises federal agencies for “responding to anti-refugee resettlement backlash” The article states, in part: Pockets of Resistance! … Continue reading

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In memory of Lounes Matoub

I remember reading a short news blurb back in 1998. It said something about a popular Algerian folk singer being murdered. Though I hadn’t a clue who the singer might be (his name was not mentioned), I felt a pang … Continue reading

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