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  • in reply to: Why Does YWN Ignore GOP Antisemites #2064569
    eddiee
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    Why are you equating GOP with pro Trump? The OP was “Why Does YWN Ignore GOP Antisemites”. The question does not reference Trump at all. Not all GOP supporter are pro Trump. Being pro Trump is not part of the GOP platform.

    in reply to: What Steps Will the Charedi World Take to Try to Prevent Abuse #2050917
    eddiee
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    No, just I know 2 people that were wrongly accused. One was by an unstable child who did it in retaliation for her being told no to something she wanted. The man lost his job and was pilloried by his community, even though it was common knowledge that nothing happened and it was all made up. His boss told him that even though everybody knows that it isn’t true, he can’t afford to keep him because of the repercussions in the media (i.e. the “Blogs”). The second case actually went to the authorities, and the DA cleared the man of all charges. In the meantime, he was put through the wringer in his community.

    in reply to: What Steps Will the Charedi World Take to Try to Prevent Abuse #2050862
    eddiee
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    Why do you jump to extremes? If I suggest that we are a little more cautious in trusting someone that you don’t really know with uncontrolled access to your child, it means abandoning them? This is a child whom ostensibly was not abused yet, but rather going for therapy for some other reason, considering that the therapist is the abuser. All I am suggesting is that we treat our child like he/she is a million dollars. I suspect that most of us would not loan a stranger, no matter his title, a million dollars with no rock solid guarantee that you would get it back.
    Treat your child the same way. Kabdeihu V’chashdeihu.

    in reply to: What Steps Will the Charedi World Take to Try to Prevent Abuse #2050844
    eddiee
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    To all those that say that the interests of the victim comes first, what are you going to do when someone falsely accuses YOU? Will you have alot of understanding for all the Choshuva CR posters that are tearing your life apart? I know that this doesn’t solve any problems, but lets put some perspective on those that focus on the Loshon Hora aspect.
    I also may suggest that when a child goes to therapy, a parent should always be there. We, as a society, are too trusting of people. Even if the therapist says that it won’t work well, then find a different therapist if necessary.

    in reply to: Chug Chasam Sofer Petach Tikva #2049484
    eddiee
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    One would assume that this question is better directed to your Rav rather than to anonymous posters on the Coffee Room.

    in reply to: Election fraud, how would we know? #1939536
    eddiee
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    Emes: Whether or not the MSM lied about the election or not, is not material to this conversation.What is material is that they constantly slant the news to the anle they wish. White on black violence is reported on front page. Black on black violence is barely reported on. If a white cop performs an act ov violence, justified or not, it is reported as “a white policeman did… to an african american. If it is a black policeman, it is just reported as a policeman did… to a black man. As terrible as violence against minorities is, the reporting is totally unbalanced. There is no report of what the victim was doing or his criminal history. The point is that many people are jaded by anything the MSM publishes.
    BTW I get no information from the right wing press. I am one of tthose that are jaded , andsaid 6 months before the election, that the situation is totally open for fraud, by either side. I just never thought that it would reach such levels of swearing by the election or swearing at the election.

    in reply to: Election fraud, how would we know? #1939455
    eddiee
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    Emes: Please let’s get the correct definition of “Lie”. A lie is to deliberately give over false information. My “justification” is not a lie- it is an opinion. The fact that you don’t agree with it does not make it wrong or a lie. To remain on topic, please remember that all your information about court cases, etc. comes through the media. As the OP asked, since at this point many people have difficulty believing anything the media says, Right or Left, how could we make an infomed decision?Saying the media doesnt lie is foolish, and even you would have to admit they cherry pick the news they print.

    in reply to: Election fraud, how would we know? #1939055
    eddiee
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    I personally don’t trust any media, right or left. There is no unbiased media, as I said before. To use the expression, anything I read in any form of media I take with a grain of salt (or the whole saltshaker). The fact that the election was not overturned does not mean that fraud wasn’t there. I personally subscribe to the school of thought that elections are “too big to fail”. Once you overturn one election, there will be doubt cast on any election, past, present, and future. Sort of like when a policeman is caught falsifying evidence. It casts doubt on all his previous cases. Threfore, unless the fraud was so widespread and evident that all parties agree that it happened, the courts should throw the cases out even with the flimsiest of excuses. I believe that in many of the court cases in this election, that is exactly what happened, amnd while I may not be happy with the overall election situation, this is a case that for the greater long term good, we have to ignore the irregularities. If a court were to actually hear the evidence at an open trial, it could not ignore the evidence. So in many cases, based on what I am seeing in the media, the courts threw the case out (refused to take the case) so as not to have to deal with the terrifying possibility of overturning an election. Sort of the courts way of pleading the fifth.

    in reply to: Election fraud, how would we know? #1938957
    eddiee
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    The issue in this thread is not whether there was fraud or not. The issue is, since all the info that most of us get is funneled through the MSM, how do we know what to believe? ALL media is biased. Was itt the American revolution or the American revolt(1776)? One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter- NOT referring to the current situation. I am strong minded, you are stubborn and he is a pig-headed fool. Just how we subconciously word an article reveals our inner bias.

    in reply to: Election fraud, how would we know? #1938848
    eddiee
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    So you are assuming that when the MSM responds that there is no proof, or that there proof is not valid, the MSM is telling the truth. Perhaps they are, but why should I believe them? This is not a court of law, that I need burden of proof. I would assume, given the last four years of Trump bashing, that that the MSM would not support anything that is pro Trump. The MSM need to earn the trust of the public before we can assume that they will have honest reporting with regard to Trump, and the whole Conservative Republican wing. The idea that the media is unbiased has not been true for as long as I can remember.

    in reply to: Election fraud, how would we know? #1938787
    eddiee
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    Emes: I do not know whether there was “massive voter fraud” or not. I wasn’t there, as in all the places that there are issues being raised. I also understand the concept of innocent until proven guilty. But YOU also must understand that the fact that voter fraud cannot be proven (if that is the case) does not mean it didn’t happen. It just means that we can’t act on it. We can compare it to the OJ trial. OJ was aquitted on murder, but in a subsequent civil trial was found guilty of depriving the victims of civil rights.Well, did he kill them or not? the point is that there is a level of proof needed to to have soomething be found guilty in a court of law, but not having reached that level, does not mean that it didn’t happen. As such, anyone is free to believe what he wants, but not to act on it in a harmful way. So, you choose to believe that there was no fraud, and all the claims of people that say they saw fraud are lies. And you can believe that OJ did not kill his wife. the thing is, your startng point is that there was no fraud so you can believe the media, and you know there was no fraud because the media said so, unless you have a direct source of information that bypasses the media. Remember, no proof does not mean it didn’t happen.(also does not mean it did happen)
    R’ E. Mirsas means that they fear the consequences of their actions. I don’t think that in this climate the Democrats fear any consequences, the same as they accused President Trump for the last four years.

    in reply to: What incitement?? #1937412
    eddiee
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    With all due respect, all I see now is that the social media platforms are using the excuse of “inciting violence” to suppress conservative free speach. One after another, they are scrambling to shut them down, and everyone is too scared to stand up to it. I am not referring to President Trump, although it is true for his rights too. There was no court that deemed him a danger, your opinions not withstanding.

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