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Israel’s March 2015 Elections

Israel’s ElectionsThere is trepidation in the Zionist ranks over the March 2015 elections for a new Knesset or parliament. It seems that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got angry at his more “liberal” coalition partners Tzipi Livni and Yair Lapid because of their opposition to the proposed Israel equals a Jewish state bill. In essence he fired them, sacrificing the government’s majority in the Knesset, and necessitating the upcoming elections. Some observers believe that the election represents something of a crossroads for the Jewish state.

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The Irrelevance of Liberal Zionism

refuseniksFrustrated by Israeli settlement expansion, excessive violence, AIPAC maximalism, Netanyahu’s arrogance, Israel’s defiant disregard of international law, various Jewish responses claim to seek a middle ground. Israel is criticized by this loyal opposition, sometimes harshly, although so is the Palestinian Authority, Hamas, and activists around the world. Both sides are deemed responsible in equal measure for the failure to end the conflict. With such a stance liberal Zionists seek to occupy the high moral ground without ceding political relevance. In contrast, those who believe as I do that Israel poses the main obstacle to achieving a sustainable peace are dismissed by liberal Zionists as either obstructive or unrealistic, and at worst, as anti-Israeli or even anti-Semitic.

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US & Australia Opposition to Palestinian Freedom

UNSCAustralia and the US, the world’s 2 strongest supporters of Israel, voted no to a UN Security Council motion for Palestinian freedom and statehood that failed because a further 5 pro-Apartheid Israel countries abstained from voting. The civilized world in 2015 faces worsening threats from nuclear weapons, poverty and climate change, and must impose comprehensive Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) on Israel and its supporters – if it cannot secure freedom for 4.3 million Occupied Palestinians after 48 years what hope is there that it can achieve action on existential threats to the 7 billion people of Humanity as a whole?

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Holidays- Theirs & Ours

HolidaysHolidays, in general, reflect the cultural aspects of different groups of people. Religious holidays, in particular, provide an insight into the archetypal collective consciousness of a group of people. The archetypal collective consciousness is defined by psychologists, such as Carl Jung, as specific innate drives that affect peoples’ ideas and concepts on ethical, moral, religious and cultural levels, which in turn mold and determine their behaviors.

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Predictions Based on the 2015 Federal Budget

2015 Federal BudgetPredictions

I can make high-probability predictions for 2015 and the near-beyond without the benefit of a crystal ball, tarot cards or tea leaves. The only thing that I need is a list of items from the new 2015 U.S. federal budget. Here are some of my forecasts and the budget items that make them so highly probable:

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