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  • in reply to: Alabama’s largest hospital says it is halting IVF treatments #2264065
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    Uncle Ben,

    Did I say anywhere that the court banned IVF treatment? I posted the whole NPR article which is very clear on the sequence of events and what the court was ruling on.
    Sorry, this is a daily occurrence in every center that does IVF. An IVF cycle requires the creation and storage of many of these ” embryos “.
    The Alabama Hospital does not want to be criminally indicted for what according to the new definition of the Alabama Supreme Court is an abortion.

    I hope that the non-christofascist republicans will finally realize that they can’t have it both ways – abortion at conception and IVF . The christofascist republicans are fine with this. They hold that these IVF embryos are people and they cannot be aborted and if IVF stops happening in the US, it will be another win for them.
    Now, Uncle Ben do research on what is done with the millions of “embryos” in storage that are no longer going to be used because potential parent’s decided they no longer are going to use them.

    in reply to: Alabama’s largest hospital says it is halting IVF treatments #2263239
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    This ruling will be pushed by christofascists to become the new law in all states where they have already been successful in banning abortion.
    Once you let one religion define the law in the secular country of America , they will not stop until they can ram in as many of their laws as possible.

    in reply to: Who gains by flooding the US with millions of Illegals?? #2262986
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    Lostspark,

    I have no connection to San Francisco or what is going on there since I live on the East Coast and have never even visited California. There are many parts of the US that are far removed from paradise. Many of these places are in Red States. Many Red states are dead last on the list of healthcare, education , crime, employment opportunities etc…

    The Republican party never wants to be part of the solution to the issue of illegal immigration. (In fact they do not want to ever offer solutions. They love complaining. That is why they keep losing and will lose again in November.) ( Test: name one issue that Republicans offered a solution to resolve.)
    There are currently approximately over 11 million illegal immigrants who have been here for decades. They did not come across the border during the Biden administration. They were here when Trump was in office.
    In fact , the puppet in chief, Mike Johnson, who thinks he is a religious person , just prevented a Senate bill on immigration that was bipartisan (meaning both Republican and Democrat Senators approved of it) from even coming to a vote in the House.

    As people have mentioned above, immigrants come here for opportunities and are willing to work hard and a menial jobs in order to get ahead. They are sacrificing for their children’s sake who will grow up as educated Americans and have the same job opportunities as every other American has.

    It is a Trump racist lie and canard that illegal immigrants are the cause of crime in the US.

    in reply to: Obama: Fraud and Destroyer of America #2262882
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    In other news today , the US under the leadership the President of The United States Joe Biden, who is a Democrat and one of the bests Presidents that the Jews have had in recent history , on Tuesday vetoed an Arab-backed and widely supported U.N. resolution demanding an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war in the embattled Gaza Strip, saying it would interfere with negotiations on a deal to free hostages abducted in Israel.

    The vote in the 15-member Security Council was 13-1 with the United Kingdom abstaining, reflecting the strong support from countries around the globe for ending the war, which started when Hamas militants invaded southern Israel on Oct. 7, killing about 1,200 people and taking 250 others hostage.

    It was the third U.S. veto of a Security Council resolution demanding a cease-fire in Gaza and came a day after the United States circulated a rival resolution that would support a temporary cease-fire linked to the release of all hostages

    in reply to: Obama: Fraud and Destroyer of America #2262888
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    He won running as Barack Obama . He is black.
    He helped Israel and is allowed to promote US interests in the region.
    Lgbt and trans people exist . They cannot be created through legislation. He is definitely not a mushchas.
    He promoted religious principles and equality since he is personally a devout christian.
    He made healthcare affordable for many Americans. The healthcare companies couldn’t care less about raising premiums and lowering coverage. They do it every year and never say they are sorry that they have made it unaffordable for many Americans.
    Iran has it’s own self-interests and they were prevented from developing a atomic bomb.

    Meanwhile the real mushchas Donald J Trump who cheated on his spouse, cheated on his taxes, is an adjudicated rapist, is totally non-religious, declared bankruptcy more times that can be counted, was the only president not transfer power peacefully, etc etc etc

    in reply to: Biden Working on Creating a Palestinian state #2261776
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    jdf007,

    Are you for the stationing of Israeli soldiers permanently in Gaza or not? If you are for it, then you can take the responsibility of every 19 year old soldier who dies in Gaza.
    I hope that Israel completes the job of destroying Hamas and then get out of there as soon as possible.

    This has nothing to do with any legacy or Hamas getting what it wants. It has to do with the reality that Israel will complete it’s goal of destroying Hamas and then needs to decide what to do afterwards. If your only suggestion is that Israel should stay there and become the policemen forever in Gaza , I think you need to reconsider.

    in reply to: Biden Working on Creating a Palestinian state #2261752
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    Ujm,

    If Israeli soldiers were permanently located inside Gaza, they would be daily targets for Hamas terrorists.

    The losses would be terrible.

    in reply to: Silence from the intellectual left #2256942
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    Wondering why only Smerel needs a source but LostSpark can spout all the narishkeit he wants without producing any sources.

    in reply to: A Chasidus without a present Rebbe #2252733
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    Lubavitch also seems to be doing fine.

    in reply to: Upcoming showdown: Democratic Convention #2252139
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    “Hamas-loving, Jew-hating liberals, whether in academia, media, entertainment, BLM or the democRAT party, all proudly self-identify as WOKE.”
    No they don’t. Because that has nothing to do with being “WOKE”.

    Are Ismaeil Haniya or Hezbollah or the Houthis also “WOKE” in your opinion?

    Comparing Sally Kornbluth and Claudine Gay to kapos who energetically crammed Jews into ghettos, cattle cars, gas chambers and crematoria on YWN is even more UNBELIEVABLE.

    in reply to: Upcoming showdown: Democratic Convention #2251727
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    Hadofi,

    Woke does have a meaning in the English Language and in none of the meanings does it refer to Hamas ideology.

    Using the word woke to mean whatever you want is a tactic. It is used to blindly confuse people into lumping all liberals into the same position.

    Inventing a ludicrous position (all white people are evil) adding it to the term woke and then applying it to all liberals may make people feel that their side is logical, but it is not helpful when discussing issues.

    I never said that Claudine Gay loves Jews. I said she is not an anti-semite. Just as much as Sally Kornbluth in not an anti-semite.
    Will you also call her an ‘anti-semite” and unqualified?

    “How are you going to respond when as usual, your anti-Semitic besties violently protest support of Israel as part of the platform during the convention?”

    I am going to respond that this tiny, tiny minority are going to be trounced by the majority of the party and by POTUS Biden.

    “Anti-semitic besties” , “liberal coreligionists “. Unbelievable.

    in reply to: Upcoming showdown: Democratic Convention #2251454
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    There is no republican party. It is Trump’s party and whatever he says becomes the republican stance. If he says that the president can throw out the constitution and commit illegal acts as part of his official duties, then that becomes the Republican party line. That is not an “if” because that is exactly what Trump did after losing the election and is now hoping that 5 member’s (3 of them installed by him and a fourth who has no ethics) of SCOTUS will agree with him.

    WOKE has no meaning. It is just a term that right wing republican’s use for whatever they are against.

    Now , WOKE is being used to mean Hamas Terrorism which has absolutely zero connection to the Democratic Party. Unbelievable.

    in reply to: Is Claudine Gay’s Resignation Good News? #2251328
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    I was simply saying that she is a capable President and that she is not personally anti-Semitic.

    AAQ and Anonymous Jew,

    For the past 8 years she was a Dean and Administrator at Harvard. She was promoted during that time. She was competent and successful.
    Writing yearly papers is not a pre-requisite to being a President, Dean or an Administrator at Harvard. In fact, those are 2 completely different skills.

    You might be able to plagiarize to pass a course or earn a degree , but you can’t be successful in being a Dean at Harvard unless you are capable.
    I do not condone plagiarism nor the idea that condemning a group and advocating mass murder of people of color requires context. Did I say that ?

    Her words, and the other 2 President’s words, show that they have let insane, racist, and dangerous policies be enacted due to their mistaken notions and beliefs.

    CA,
    I am sure that most people who saw my words “politicians” and “ethics” immediately thought of Trump.

    in reply to: Is Claudine Gay’s Resignation Good News? #2251006
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    ujm,

    Why do you think she was unqualified ? Do you think Harvard can’t find a qualified person to be President after considering 600 candidates?
    Plagiarism is a ethical fault and does not make her unqualified. A lot of Politicians, CEO’s and Dean’s fail when it comes to ethics.
    Do you call them all unqualified?
    Her career and background were built on her personal qualities and capabilities. She has many accomplishments in her life due to her aptitude and skills. She was successful until now and so will she be in the future.

    Finally , she is not an Anti-Semite.

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2239608
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    square root ,
    Now tell us all the times that Netanyahu embarrassed America and it’s leaders , including the President.
    They were not friends but that has nothing to do with anti-semitism.

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2239375
    jackk
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    Maybe if you actually read Carter’s book you will realize how non antisemitic it is.

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2239373
    jackk
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    Trump is a bigger anti Semite and rasha

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2238932
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    common saychel,
    I don’t ingest the stuff that you take.
    It is clear what the religious belief’s of the 99 Year old ex-president , who hasn’t been politically active for 40 years, and is on his deathbed, are. Carter is a religious Protestant who can be referred to as a Southern Baptist, an evangelical and as born again.
    There is peace between Egypt and Israel only because of him.

    I am also positive that Obama is not and never was a Sonei Yisroel.

    And I am sure that if you go to Trump and tell him to his face that you are voting for DeSantis he will spit at you despite the Kippah on your head and the Israeli flag in your hand.

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2238933
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    Here are Obama’s thoughts on the conflict. He clearly is not a sonei yisrael or hater of the State of Israel.

    “It’s been 17 days since Hamas launched its horrific attack against Israel, killing over 1,400 Israeli citizens, including defenseless women, children and the elderly. In the aftermath of such unspeakable brutality, the U.S. government and the American people have shared in the grief of families, prayed for the return of loved ones, and rightly declared solidarity with the Israeli people.

    As I stated in an earlier post, Israel has a right to defend its citizens against such wanton violence, and I fully support President Biden’s call for the United States to support our long-time ally in going after Hamas, dismantling its military capabilities, and facilitating the safe return of hundreds of hostages to their families.

    But even as we support Israel, we should also be clear that how Israel prosecutes this fight against Hamas matters. In particular, it matters — as President Biden has repeatedly emphasized — that Israel’s military strategy abides by international law, including those laws that seek to avoid, to every extent possible, the death or suffering of civilian populations. Upholding these values is important for its own sake — because it is morally just and reflects our belief in the inherent value of every human life. Upholding these values is also vital for building alliances and shaping international opinion — all of which are critical for Israel’s long-term security.

    This is an enormously difficult task. War is always tragic, and even the most carefully planned military operations often put civilians at risk. As President Biden noted during his recent visit to Israel, America itself has at times fallen short of our higher values when engaged in war, and in the aftermath of 9/11, the U.S. government wasn’t interested in heeding the advice of even our allies when it came to the steps we took to protect ourselves against Al Qaeda. Now, after the systematic massacre of Israeli citizens, a massacre that evokes some of the darkest memories of persecution against the Jewish people, it’s understandable that many Israelis have demanded that their government do whatever it takes to root out Hamas and make sure such attacks never happen again. Moreover, Hamas’ military operations are deeply embedded within Gaza — and its leadership seems to intentionally hide among civilians, thereby endangering the very people they claim to represent.

    Still, the world is watching closely as events in the region unfold, and any Israeli military strategy that ignores the human costs could ultimately backfire. Already, thousands of Palestinians have been killed in the bombing of Gaza, many of them children. Hundreds of thousands have been forced from their homes. The Israeli government’s decision to cut off food, water and electricity to a captive civilian population threatens not only to worsen a growing humanitarian crisis; it could further harden Palestinian attitudes for generations, erode global support for Israel, play into the hands of Israel’s enemies, and undermine long term efforts to achieve peace and stability in the region.

    It’s therefore important that those of us supporting Israel in its time of need encourage a strategy that can incapacitate Hamas while minimizing further civilian casualties. Israel’s recent shift to allow relief trucks into Gaza, prompted in part by the Biden administration’s behind-the-scenes diplomacy, is an encouraging step, but we need to continue to lead the international community in accelerating critical aid and supplies to an increasingly desperate Gaza population. And while the prospects of future peace may seem more distant than ever, we should call on all of the key actors in the region to engage with those Palestinian leaders and organizations that recognize Israel’s right to exist to begin articulating a viable pathway for Palestinians to achieve their legitimate aspirations for self-determination — because that is the best and perhaps only way to achieve the lasting peace and security most Israeli and Palestinian families yearn for.

    Finally, in dealing with what is an extraordinarily complex situation where so many people are in pain and passions are understandably running high, all of us need to do our best to put our best values, rather than our worst fears, on display.

    That means actively opposing anti-semitism in all its forms, everywhere. It means rejecting efforts to minimize the terrible tragedy that the Israeli people have just endured, as well as the morally-bankrupt suggestion that any cause can somehow justify the deliberate slaughter of innocent people.

    It means rejecting anti-Muslim, anti-Arab or anti-Palestinian sentiment. It means refusing to lump all Palestinians with Hamas or other terrorist groups. It means guarding against dehumanizing language towards the people of Gaza, or downplaying Palestinian suffering — whether in Gaza or the West Bank — as irrelevant or illegitimate.

    It means recognizing that Israel has every right to exist; that the Jewish people have claim to a secure homeland where they have ancient historical roots; and that there have been instances in which previous Israeli governments made meaningful efforts to resolve the dispute and provide a path for a two-state solution — efforts that were ultimately rebuffed by the other side.

    It means acknowledging that Palestinians have also lived in disputed territories for generations; that many of them were not only displaced when Israel was formed but continue to be forcibly displaced by a settler movement that too often has received tacit or explicit support from the Israeli government; that Palestinian leaders who’ve been willing to make concessions for a two-state solution have too often had little to show for their efforts; and that it is possible for people of good will to champion Palestinian rights and oppose certain Israeli government policies in the West Bank and Gaza without being anti-semitic.

    Perhaps most of all, it means we should choose not to always assume the worst in those with whom we disagree. In an age of constant rancor, trolling and misinformation on social media, at a time when so many politicians and attention seekers see an advantage in shedding heat rather than light, it may be unrealistic to expect respectful dialogue on any issue — much less on an issue with such high stakes and after so much blood has been spilled. But if we care about keeping open the possibility of peace, security and dignity for future generations of Israeli and Palestinian children — as well as for our own children — then it falls upon all of us to at least make the effort to model, in our own words and actions, the kind of world we want them to inherit.”

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2238821
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    ujm,

    No.
    Go listen to him yourself. The whole session from beginning to end. And not soundbites out of context. Then come back and describe what he said.

    commonseychel,

    He loves Israel more than Trump ever will. He is a religious christian not a fake phony fraud who never goes near a church except for photo opportunities.

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2238569
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    ujm,

    That is exactly what Dershowitz would say. “I didn’t hear what Obama said but from what the Obama hater quoted him as saying , I condemn him.”

    Maybe next time people should actually listen to what he said.

    in reply to: Rally in Washington #2238565
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    Chofetz Chaim Yeshiva in Queens.

    RABBINICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA:
    We ask all the Bnei Hayeshiva to attend the rally in Washington DC on Tuesday November 14th. If wives can attend it would also be appropriate. If they need to change their work schedule to accommodate their husband’s attendance, it would be appropriate if possible.

    Yeshiva will be providing transportation, however we request whomever can drive and take passengers to please do so. Yeshiva will reimburse costs.

    Whoever cannot go should keep regular sedarim in the Yeshiva.
    Shacharis schedule will be posted.

    HANHALAS HAYESHIVA

    in reply to: Rally in Washington #2238566
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    Agudath Israel has released a statement encouraging people to attend the pro-Israel rally in Washington this coming Tuesday:

    Two Jewish organizations – the Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations – are organizing a mass rally in Washington, D.C. next Tuesday November 14 to show solidarity with Israel and to urge the US government to stand firm in its support.

    In light of the ongoing life-threatening danger confronting Israeli soldiers and all of our dear brothers and sisters in Eretz Yisroel, and with great concern about the extremely volatile political climate here in the United States, we feel it is important, midarchei ha’shtadlonus, that there be a large turnout at this event. Accordingly, and in consultation with our rabbinic leadership, we are circulating to our friends and constituents information about the rally. More information will be available here in the coming days.

    In the merit of our Torah and tefillah, and carrying out our shtadlanus obligations, may HKB’H hear our cries and protect us from all dangers — Hashem hoshia ha’Melech ya’aneinu b’yom koreinu!

    in reply to: Obama: Sonei Yisroel Par Excellence #2238359
    jackk
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    Shame on any Jew who voted for Bush, Bush and Trump.
    You helped create a big mess.

    in reply to: Does Hashem approve of voting for a democrat #2238083
    jackk
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    This whole discussion has been repeated in the CR multiple times.

    The election of Avi Schnall opened my eyes to the fact that some people who have been claiming that they vote republicans because it is daas torah, when they are actually confronted with daas torah to vote for Avi Schnall as a Democrat , find themselves questioning Daas Torah.

    in reply to: VP Harris’s Stepdaughter Raising Money For Gaza’s Children, #2238082
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    She is a private person and does not represent anybody except herself.

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2236661
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    Keith,

    Did confiscating 650,000 guns in Australia reduce murders?

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2236525
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    Anonymous,
    Which restrictive regulation in a democratic state made gun ownership impossible? Or even in a city ?

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2236481
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    Keith,

    Why are you deliberately confusing “abolishing guns” with a specific type of gun ?

    I am pretty sure I was clear that I was differentiating the two, whereas the starter of this thread did not make such a difference and thought that democrats are opposed to owning all guns.

    As I said before no democrat wants to ban all guns. All your quotes are about banning specific types of guns.

    The following is what Biden and Democrats want to ban. I quote from your link.
    “It is within our power to once again ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, to require safe storage of guns, to end gun manufacturers’ immunity from liability, and to enact universal background checks.”

    There are millions of other types of guns that every American who feels he needs to protect himself can own.

    Maybe we should all be allowed to own hand grenades also?

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2236205
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    Keith,

    Show me one bill in congress or one statement from the democratic party that wants to abolish private gun ownership?

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2236204
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    Meno,

    I did read it now, although his post was not up when I posted.
    He is talking about the AR-15 and other mass murder weapons . Where did he say we should ban all guns in American ?
    And where in the constitution does it day that there can be no common sense gun laws? Where does the constitution say that American can’t do anything to protect against mass murderers killing hundreds of people at a party or kids in school?

    I just read a teshuva from Rav Ezriel Auerbach where he quoted his brother-in-law Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg that owning a gun is comparable to locking your door at night. If you are permitted to lock your door , you are permitted to own a gun too.

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2236100
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    Keith,

    Liberals and Democrats are not against responsible people owning guns. We actually believe in the constitution.
    We are intensely troubled that when there is a certain type of gun which is the favorite of mass murderers and has been used to kill thousands of children that Republicans refuse to enact sane common sense gun laws to protect Americans.

    in reply to: Insanity. Pure Insanity #2236092
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    University of California Board of Regents Chair Richard Leib and UC President Michael V. Drake, M.D., shared the following statement today, Monday, Oct. 9, 2023, in the wake of a violent weekend in the Middle East:

    Our hearts are heavy in the face of the horrific attack on Israel over the weekend, which involved the loss of many innocent lives and the abduction of innocent hostages, including children and the elderly. This was an act of terrorism, launched on a major Jewish holiday. What should have been a quiet weekend of rest turned into days of unspeakable terror and shock. The violence is sickening and incomprehensible, and as of this moment we still do not know the fate of the hostages. This act deserves and requires our collective condemnation.

    These are the Democrats.

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2235443
    jackk
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    I agree with Common Saychel about hesh kestin. His opinions do not hold any weight. He does not write from the torah viewpoint.

    in reply to: Record number of Jewish gun ownship #2235040
    jackk
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    A record numbers of American Jews are getting trained and purchasing firearms only means that more jews than usual are getting training and purchasing. Does not say how many owned before and how many now.

    Owning a gun has nothing to do with being a republican, democrat or MAGA.

    edited

    in reply to: Mainstream Media = The Enemy Of The People #2233141
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    Chaim87,

    Trump did not invent the term “the enemy of the people”. He took it straight from Stalin and Trotsky. It echoes of totalitarianism.
    It is an offensive term meant to demonize, marginalize and de-humanize political opponents. It should never be used in a democracy. It goes together with Trump’s other favorite term “fake news”. If people disbelieve the media, then Trump can come and constantly repeat his “alternate facts”.

    The mainstream media is not the “enemy of the people”. Neither is the even more biased left wing or right wing media.

    What should we call Fox news, that paid 700 million dollars for repeatedly lying about the election being stolen? Should we call them “the enemy of the people”? Do we even have to give them a derogatory name? Sometimes the media gets things correct and sometimes they don’t.

    The USA is a country founded on freedom of the press, assembly and religion. In the US, the press is a guardian of democracy.
    Dictators, Autocrats, and Politicians want people to believe in only what they say and to ignore facts. Richard Nixon would have continued committing crimes if not for the media.
    American support for the war in Viet Nam would have gone on forever without the media showing the terrible losses.

    The media prints errors every day. They are human and fallible. They have biases and sometime purposefully lie. Some of them are Anti-Semitic. Caveat emptor.

    in reply to: You who vote Democrat #2230211
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    Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel explained on Fox News Saturday how GOP presidential candidates could respond to Hamas militants’ unprecedented, surprise attack on Israel. “I think this is a great opportunity for our candidates… ” McDaniel said.

    in reply to: Trump’s Georgia Indictment #2218252
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    Participant,

    There is no defense of walking into a bank and using your freedom of speech to mention to the teller that she should hand over all the money in her cash box because you believe the bank stole money from you.
    The prosecutors do not have to prove anything except show the jury the video and they go right to jail. No passing mar-a-lago.

    Same here. The background of why Trump committed crimes is irrelevant.

    in reply to: Trump’s Georgia Indictment #2217081
    jackk
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    A Public Service Announcement.
    If you ever think that you are ” allowed ” to do something illegal because of A,B or C, do not be surprised when the Government arrests you for doing A, B or C.
    If you ever think that you are simply helping another person do something illegal, do not be surprised when the Government arrests you too.

    There are nebach too many Yidden who were and are currently in jail because of the above 2 mistakes.

    in reply to: Trump’s Georgia Indictment #2216986
    jackk
    Participant

    We have laws in this country.

    If the election was stolen, the only way to legally overturn it is to turn to the court system.
    If you have no success with the legal system, then anything you do after that is a crime. It is a crime even if you have the biggest lawyers and the most influential senators and congressmen together with you.
    And even if you have 70 million Americans that support you.

    in reply to: Gaavad Yerushalayim election #2213067
    jackk
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    Who are the candidates?
    Who gets to vote?

    in reply to: The democrats he who must not be named #2211717
    jackk
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    Shalom,

    I do not agree.

    Republicans decided that they need to invent accusations against Joe Biden 2 years before the election in 2020. Giuliani, supported by the Trump administration and Trump himself, travelled to Ukraine to defame him with non-existent crimes. They even withheld aid to Ukraine because of it. Ergo – Impeachment number 1.

    When they struck out with Joe , they went after Hunter. They keep on trying to tie Joe into everything that Hunter did. Another failure.

    You should be asking everyone to agree that the system has been unjustifiably in favor of Trump.
    Anyone else that committed all the crimes that Trump openly did – with recordings, videos and witnesses – would be in jail for life already.

    in reply to: Being a Jewish democrat #2208211
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    The authors at Just Security consolidated the seven-part conspiracy the House select committee set out into three essential prongs. They explained the first prong: “Trump knew he lost the election but did not want to give up power, so he worked with his lawyers on a wide variety of schemes to change the outcome. Those schemes included creating fraudulent electoral certificates that were submitted to Congress, implicating statutes such as 18 U.S.C. § 371, which prohibits conspiracies to defraud the United States” and 18 U.S.C. §1001, which prohibits false statements to the government. Second, after the phony elector scheme failed, Trump tried to pressure Vice President Mike Pence to obstruct the joint session in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1512. And third, when that too failed, “Trump went to his last resort: triggering an insurrection in the hope that it would throw Congress off course, delaying the transfer of power for the first time in American history. This implicated statutes such as 18 U.S.C. § 2383, which prohibits inciting an insurrection and giving aid or comfort to insurrectionists.”

    When Trump gets indicted by Special Counsel Jack Smith remember this easy summary of why he belongs in jail and nowhere near any elected office.

    This is all separate from his other court cases that he will lose and send him to jail.

    in reply to: Mattos – 12 to 12 1/2 #2207232
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    ujm,

    It is a valid question to understand why the torah that teaches many halachos through an extra letter adds many pesukim for a specific case. The meforshim ask this question by the repeated 5 pesukim in Parsha Naso.

    in reply to: Mattos – 12 to 12 1/2 #2207106
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    Yechiell,
    I will add that she is 12 to 12 1/2 and also married with Kiddushin but no Nisuin yet.
    And she is making Vows at this age.

    in reply to: Being a Jewish democrat #2205735
    jackk
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    There is no such thing for a frum Yid to be a Jewish Democrat or Jewish Republican.
    If an American Goyishe Political party defines your Yiddishkeit, then you are misunderstanding your purpose in life while living in golus .

    in reply to: Mods? Mods? #2202072
    jackk
    Participant

    How did you let this one through?
    GadolHadofi June 21, 2023 9:56 am at 9:56 am

    Edited.

    I don’t see where this post is. The CR moderators can’t moderate on the main page.

    in reply to: More ‘Soros anti-Israel’ power? #2198728
    jackk
    Participant

    Alexander Soros’s mother is Susan Weber.
    Susan Weber was born in Brooklyn, New York City, the daughter of Iris and Murray Weber. Her father was born in New York City to parents who had emigrated from Russia. She grew up in the New York City area in a non-observant Jewish household.

    in reply to: Ten Commandments Posted in Public Schools #2193063
    jackk
    Participant

    “רבונו של עולם, תורה שאתה נותן לי מה כתיב בה?
    אנכי ה’ אלהיך אשר הוצאתיך מארץ מצרים.
    אמר להן: למצרים ירדתם? לפרעה השתעבדתם? תורה למה תהא לכם”

    in reply to: Trump and the Democrats hate against him. #2191763
    jackk
    Participant

    AAQ,

    I downloaded the report.

    I am not reading 350 pages with footnotes just to argue with you.
    I started reading a little and it says things like – the FBI investigated into this person although it did not have sufficient facts to warrant it. Same with a few other people.

    Ask me about a specific instance mentioned in it and we can discuss it.

    I could not find anywhere about an agent crying. Please explain.

    Your comment about denial reminds me of the reason I stopped reading your posts because you did it to me before. Allow me to return the free psychology session. Maybe instead of having a real discussion, you feel a need to gain leverage by being a psychologist over the internet. Better you should leave out the psychobabble.

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