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Elie Wiesel Quote

“Why does peace remain such an elusive goal?”
Elie Wiesel

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The Darkest Enlightenment

This is it friends, the last stop on the Red Pill Train, the end of the rabbit hole. You’ve learned all about the nature of women, hypergamy, modern marriage, beta and alpha males, the idiocy of democracy, human biodiversity and so much more. 189 more words

Moral Emptiness of Holocaust Survivors Who Took on Israel

by Alvin H. Rosenfeld
August 28, 2014

The True Face Behind a New York Times Ad

Given Hitler’s voluminous rants about Jews, it is not surprising that one aspect of his obsession is less known: the pleasure he took in the spectacle of Jews deriding and defaming other Jews. 388 more words

Israel & Middle East

Jewish Survivors and Their Progeny Against Israel

by Edward Alexander
August 28, 2014

The Jewish enemies of Israel, if they are sufficiently profligate in the expenditure of claptrap, often come to the aid of her defenders. 441 more words

Israel & Middle East

Holocaust Survivors On Gaza: Genocide Begins With the Silence of the World

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Abby Zimet, staff writer

 www.common dreams.org

History turns: Even as Israel’s onslaught in Gaza continues – in the latest insanity,obliterating… 176 more words

Roger Hollander


I wrote this one a few weeks after ST Haiyan swept through (almost a year ago) the Philippines. I was reminded by this today when I stumbled upon this documentary on CLIMATE CHANGE- <a href="http:// … 355 more words

Why Elie Wiesel's Night is Called Night

Elie Wiesel’s Night is a work of historical fiction based on his own experiences during the Holocaust. There are many reasons why Elie Wiesel decided to name his book “night”, including its symbolism of the cruelty of the Holocaust, as a symbol for death itself, and as a metaphor for his childhood. 567 more words