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tzion

Member Since: October 05, 2011

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  • [4] October 25, 2014 at 9:47pm

    Glad my state still uses machines with buttons and records the votes on paper.

  • [2] October 25, 2014 at 9:19pm

    @ana
    1800s medicine? Back when there were no antibiotics? Really?

    As for doctors making house calls, that was back when they didn’t have ambulances and hardly anyone had a car. Most doctors were walking to your home. You really think doctors making house calls is even still viable today? Imagine how many doctors a city like New York would need to care for, what’s their population now, 8 million. 10,000 doctors might not be enough if you insist on home visits.

    And claiming that doctors show they care about patients by making home visits, are you saying your doctor DOESN’T care about you? Why are even seeing such a doctor? There are plenty of local doctors who know their patients on a personal level.

    Clearly you and Outlaw here want to go back to a pre-automotive, pre-electronic society that is 100% incapable of supporting more than a fraction of the US populace. You’re sounding a whole lot more like Lenin and Stalin with every word. I haven’t seen this level of blatant insanity since OWS.

  • [6] October 25, 2014 at 7:12pm

    So now medicine and legal systems are Jewish plots? So that means your ideal world is a lawless society with no medical care?

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  • [8] October 25, 2014 at 7:09pm

    “Nuttyahoo GLOATS about manipulating the US.”

    So that’s why the US administration turned down a request to meet with one of Netanyahu’s cabinet ministers. Because Netanyahu is manipulating them.

    …………………….(Waiting for that statement to make logical sense)
    …………………….(Holding my breath)
    …………………….(Suffocated while waiting)

  • [2] October 23, 2014 at 9:48pm

    Yes replacing pasta. There are people with this thing called Celiac Disease where they can’t eat gluten (not sure if that’s what Beck has since there is no gluten in tomatoes or olive oil), which for the uninformed out there is wheat protein. In other words, all wheat products by definition, including pasta, are off the menu.

    I’ve been lucky not to have that particular problem but I have discovered I have a low tolerance for fructose, which means everything with high fructose corn syrup is gone as are many non-citrus fruits, sweet potatoes, and even corn (I cheat with popcorn).

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  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 6:44pm

    Suddenly I feel like stabbing inanimate objects. That or burning down useless buildings housing even more useless international committees that do absolutely nothing worthwhile. Always gets those feelings mixed up.

  • [3] October 23, 2014 at 4:47pm

    As the person in the room who doesn’t celebrate Christmas, I can personally vouch that calling it “Holiday Break” changes nothing. We all know which holiday it’s for anyways.

    When I went to college they told me that they don’t close for holidays. Didn’t change the fact that Christmas ALWAYS fell perfectly during winter break and that fall break ALWAYS found itself including Thanksgiving. To my knowledge no Christian student ever missed class for a holiday. Not complaining, just stating a fact.

    It especially bothers me when people use the term “holiday tree”. Excuse me, but my holidays have no trees. You’re not fooling anyone so you might as well call it what it is.

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  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 4:40pm

    “The Jewish Talmud, their holiest book, calls Jesus Christ a bastard and a sorcerer. It says that He is the bastard son of a whore and a Roman soldier named Pantera.”

    To be frank, I’ve yet to see anyone provide convincing evidence that the Talmud so much as mentions Jesus.

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  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 10:13am

    How many times do I have to correct you and servantofislam on the proper meaning of “goy”?

    Goy means nation, as evidence by this Biblical verse:
    Genesis 12:2
    And I will make of you a great nation (goy gadol means great nation)…..

  • [6] October 22, 2014 at 9:39pm

    “Americans have a well-documented trouble understanding the notion of marginal tax rates. The marginal tax rate is the amount you pay on your income above a certain amount. Right now, you pay the top marginal tax rate on every dollar you earn over $406,750. So if you make $450,000, you only pay the top rate on your final $43,250 in income.”

    So then what’s the point of earning more that $406,750? To put what they just said in perspective, if I were at $406,750 in income and my income doubled (not realistic but stick with me), the money I take home with me might increase by 15% (since the $406,750 is also taxed) when my pretax income went up by 100%. Why even bother earning that much if you’re not going to keep it anyways?

  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 2:56pm

    Illegal aliens? Jewish immigration to British Palestine was 100% legal until 1939, 19 years after the Arabs first rioted over Jews coming to Palestine.

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  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 2:53pm

    @nil
    Uganda? What so now all black people are from Uganda?

    African blacks have been illegally immigrating to Israel the way Mexicans come to the US. Why shouldn’t Israel deport them? Even Saudi Arabia is deporting them.

  • [4] October 22, 2014 at 2:50pm

    No, the real story is how will there ever be peace between Palestinians and Israelis if Palestinians can’t trust Jews enough to live next door to them in the same town. Abbas has already declared he wants a Jew-free state which in my view sounds eerily like Hitler. Jews allow Arabs to live in Israel. Why can’t Abbas let Jews live in east Jerusalem?

  • [3] October 22, 2014 at 1:34am

    Vice
    So much wrong with that comment. For starters, you claim that biblical Jews were from the kingdom of Judea and never were from Israel. This ignores the fact that Israel and Judea were originally one kingdom called Israel. King David ruled over Israel while his descendants ruled over Judea.

    Second, what is your source for claiming gentile refers to descendents of Japheth? That seems to be an entirely unfounded claim.

  • [6] October 22, 2014 at 1:24am

    Look up the origins of the term antisemitism. It doesn’t mean that one hates semites. The word antisemitism wasn’t even coined by Jews. Rather, it was antisemites themselves who came up with it as a way to describe themselves. Hitler calls himself an antisemite in Mein Kampf.

    These first antisemites created a concept called “semitism”, the idea that Jews as a race (their wording not mine) are actively destroying civilisation. As opponents of this imagined semitism, their ideology was called antisemitism.

  • [9] October 22, 2014 at 1:15am

    @mojo
    Are you saying it’s impossible that the Romans persecuted Jews? Are you suggesting that roman attitude towards Jews could never have been passed on to Christianity? Did you forget that the Christian NT has numerous verses that throughout the last 2000 years have been used to justify persecuting Jews?

    Here’s some history you might remember: persecution of Jews was often government or church sanctioned. I could cite several laws, some from less than 150 years ago, that specifically persecute Jews.

    But no, rather than actually read history to find out of need were persecuted, you just claim it’s unreasonable. You seem to think that your opinion matters more than facts. I don’t give monkey’s donkey what you find to be “credible”. I care about solid facts.

  • [2] October 19, 2014 at 3:35pm

    I actually have to agree with that. Admittedly IR cameras might work differently but I once had bronchitis and the doctor insisted I didn’t have a fever while I was often shivering under 3 blankets in Israel of all places.

  • October 19, 2014 at 2:04pm

    @servant
    the Hebrew word for gentile is goy. Period. Goy literally means nation. Period. End of discussion.

    Just as ***** never meant anything other than black but was simply used to refer to people who were black, so to goy always meant nation and was simply used to refer to people of other nations. In its original language, ***** was never pejorative. There was no other way to say what one meant.

    True pejorative words would be things like shylock, ****, and the like. Words created to defame others.

  • [1] October 19, 2014 at 12:05pm

    @Servant
    I speak Hebrew very well, infinitely better than you it would seem. I have a Hebrew-English dictionary right in front of me and this is how it defines גוי (Goy):

    “nation, people; gentile”

    During Jewish daily prayers, there are two verses in which Jews call upon G-d by the titles “Shomer Goy Ehad” and “Shomer Goy Kadosh”, which respectively translate to “Guardian of the unique nation” and “Guardian of the the holy nation”. In other words, Jews refer to THEMSELVES using the term Goy nearly everyday. Are Jews calling themselves “dirty, filthy, not circumcised, non Hebrew speaking” people? Absolutely not. Goy never meant any of those things.

    For your information, the Hebrew word for uncircumcised is “Ereyl”.

    But keep demonstrating your complete and utter lack of knowledge if you like. I’ve been studying Hebrew for over 20 years. Stick to your Arabic.

  • [1] October 19, 2014 at 9:35am

    @servant
    “And the word “gentile” is a pejorative in the Hebrew language.”

    Which word is that? I happen to speak a fair amount of Hebrew and I have no clue which word you’re speaking of. The most commonly used word for gentiles in Hebrew is Goyim, which literally means nations, as in a member of the “other nations” that are not Israel. It’s not even close to pejorative.

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