User Profile: tzion


Member Since: October 05, 2011


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  • April 27, 2015 at 5:25pm

    “It does raise the question how a bunch of arabs with almost no pilot experience could fly huge planes;”

    Uh, they had taken lessons.

  • April 27, 2015 at 5:20pm

    Here’s another useful video.

  • April 27, 2015 at 4:40pm

    The first video makes no mention of the fact that building seven had suffered previous structural damage due to the collapse of the towers. Moreover, not once does it actually address the details of the NIST report. It acts as though the NIST report claimed the columns failed due to the heat. In reality, the NIST report claims heat expansion unseated a key girder which caused the east penthouse to collapse, which caused the rest of the building to follow.

    The second video gets the free fall speed by not counting the entire collapse. When #7 collapsed, the inner frame and floors collapsed first and the walls collapsed only after the the interior. So of course there was no resistance for 100 feet. The building was a hollow shell by that point. You can see this in video footage. The east penthouse collapses into the building first. Subsequently, it can be observed that windows several floors below the penthouse are blown out, indicating that the interior has collapsed. Then, at least 7 seconds after the penthouse falls, only then do the walls collapse.

    So two videos of yours left out information about the order and the progression of the collapse. Why should I trust this source at all?

  • April 27, 2015 at 1:25pm

    “And how did nanothermite residue show up in the debris”

    You want to know what’s in thermite? The main ingredients are aluminum, which is common, and iron oxide, which is also common. It would be stranger if they were unable to find these compounds in significant amounts. On the other hand, thermite reactions produce aluminum oxide as a byproduct, a compound that wouldn’t be expected to appear and which was not found in any significant quantities.

  • [-1] April 27, 2015 at 1:21pm

    “Building 7 was not hit by a plane.”

    So? Building 6 wasn’t hit by a plane either. Neither was building 3, nor buildings 4 and 5. Why is building 7 special? Oh and warmunger, the NIST report did explain building 7′s collapse so your comment is a lie. Just because you don’t accept the explanation doesn’t mean that there isn’t one.

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  • April 27, 2015 at 7:35am

    “When the congregation is told annually that their Oaths have no meaning as Oaths, what does that mean (exactly) Tzion? Thank you for helping us clear this one up.”

    That’s not what it says though. It doesn’t say that oaths aren’t oaths. It is a REQUEST that the almighty release us from SELF-IMPOSED oaths that we failed to fulfill. Ask any rabbi and they will tell you that Kol Nidre only pertains to oaths between man and God.

    After all, if all oaths were nullified, that would mean marriage vows would be nullified. Business contacts would be non-binding. For goodness sake, even the oath at Mount Sinai to adhere to the laws of the torah would have been annulled annually for millenia. To say that all vows are annulled defies common sense.

    But let’s not let the facts get in the way of good propaganda.

  • [7] April 26, 2015 at 8:51pm

    1: It was confirmed by a source you have yet to disprove, which incidentally is the same source that informed us of the attack. If the bomb is to be suspected, then the presence of 4 individuals would have to be as well. Strangely though, you took the presence as given but the bomb as suspect.

    2. Kol Nidre is an Aramaic prayer that opens the Yom Kippur services and has no relation to this issue. Antisemites like to lie and claim that Kol Nidre permits lying. To lie about lying is truly fallacious.

  • [5] April 26, 2015 at 7:52pm

    “Israel soldiers carry weapons on the border with Syria all the time; and they don’t label themselves as terrorists.”

    Maybe you should read the article better.

    “Israel’s military said Sunday it launched an airstrike on its border with Syria after spotting militants carrying a bomb in the Israeli-held Golan Heights.”

    Unless my comprehension is off, the attack took place on the ISRAELI side of the border.

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  • April 23, 2015 at 7:48pm

    A smart man surrounds himself with people of differing opinions and listens to those who ate better informed than himself. A man who doesn’t listen to criticism and shuns dissenters is an idiot, a fool, and a coward.

  • [-2] April 22, 2015 at 6:32pm

    Anyone who studies the bible closely would never claim that the red sea split. The bible says that the Sea of Reeds was split. Last I checked, reeds don’t grow in the Red Sea.

  • [7] April 22, 2015 at 6:28pm

    “He also mocked the prediction that nitrogen would pollute our skies enough to block the sun. Doesn’t he remember the air pollution in our cities in the 1970′s, much of it caused by excessive nitrogen?”
    I’m sorry, excess nitrogen? Nitrogen is the single most abundant gas in our atmosphere, making up over 70% of it. Moreover, it is one of the most inert gasses, to the point where it readily reacts with almost nothing.
    Clearly you know less about science than I do and yet I question global warming while you do not. How strange.

  • [4] April 17, 2015 at 3:21pm

    You know, I seem to recall a video that showed how neither of the neighboring countries claimed that land. there was a border dispute where each country claimed the land belonged to the other.

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  • [-1] April 17, 2015 at 8:08am

    “This idea “if only the Jewish people could have fought back with guns” is a ludicrous idea that right wingers have been using to push for a society in which everyone behaves because everyone is pointing a gun at each other.”
    It’s not sone crazy idea. There are actual examples. In the Warsaw ghetto Jews had arms themselves with whatever they could find and held out over three times longer than all of Poland. Imagine if they’d been armed.
    The Bielski partisan group fought back with guns and successfully harassed the nazis until the end of the war. And to top it off, they saved more Jews than Schindler himself.
    The Holocaust is full of stories of Jews who fought back and most did not have guns. Imagine of they had all had one.

  • [2] April 9, 2015 at 10:44am

    To be honest, that seems to happen a lot. Maybe people find it easier to paint it backwards if they’re right handed. That or they intentionally do it backwards so they can later claim “that’s not a swastika” as an excuse.

  • [2] April 9, 2015 at 7:45am

    So wait, expelling news film their homes while simultaneously stealing everything of value from them is now supposed to some sort of favor? What’s next? Was the Holocaust “for Israel” too?

    By that argument, what ISIS is doing is for Christians, right?

  • [22] April 7, 2015 at 10:01pm

    I agree. On this issue I think Krauthammer’s analysis is off the mark.

  • [13] April 7, 2015 at 12:50pm

    So supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt while not supporting the one who ousted them is in Israel’s interest? Preventing Israel from wiping out Hamas on more than one occasion improves Israel’s security? The only way Obama’s commitment to Israel’s security is greater than any other President is by creating the greatest need for security.

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  • [1] April 7, 2015 at 11:55am

    “summarize Kabbalah stems from Babylon it is Mysticism”

    Again, how can you claim it is from Babylon? You have never once showed me a source that says that.

    As for it being mysticism, that’s pretty much the definition. It’s not about understanding G-d per say, it’s more about trying to understand the spiritual realm. For example, why does G-d expect us to do good deeds and not evil ones. If our actions in this world had no bearing on the spiritual, such laws would be meaningless. Thus mysticism explains how actions in this world affect the spiritual.

    The simple fact is you have no idea what Kabbalah is, where it comes from, what it teaches, or anything else. You probably don’t know a single Kabbalistic work.

    As for Hermeticism, they seem to absorb everything from everyone so their use of Kabbalah hardly makes it hermetic by nature.

  • [1] April 6, 2015 at 10:40pm

    “If Israel attacks Iran, it will do so unjustly and illegally.”
    Iran is actively engaged in efforts to destroy Israel. Why would Israel’s retaliation be unjust?

  • April 6, 2015 at 10:38pm

    “You do know of course that Israel pioneered the modern era of terrorism with the King David Hotel bombing?”

    Israel didn’t exist at the time of that bombing.

    “I’m no fan of Obama but I give him credit for not rolling over for the arrogant ****** in Tel Aviv who usually run our foreign policy (I guess you’d say the fact that every GOP candidate for 2016 (and Clinton) pledging their allegiance to Israel and whatever Bibi wants is, to you, an act of courage).”

    I don’t know who this guy in Tel Aviv is, because Israel’s capital is in Jerusalem. The fact you don’t know that says volumes.

    “Remind me again why the US should come running to the aid of a nation that continually violates international law w/ its land grabbing and ethnic cleansing.”

    Israel has not committed ethnic cleansing. Iran, Iraq, Morocco, Egypt, and Lybia have though.

    “What you idiots don’t realize is that Israel’s abhorrent behavior, and nothing else, is the only threat to its survival.”

    Israel has been attacked more times since its founding than the US has been in its history. I’d say that’s a threat to its survival.

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