We had wanted to post an important essay on some ongoing barbarism within this formerly Christian nation state, the US, but due to this COVID-19 crisis, we are postponing that until later. However, there are some good insights and analysis being posted by other bloggers, and we share some of these recent posts by link below.
First, we share this link from earlier today with some interesting photos from Kansas.
From a small blog, we share this post with insights about what is happening during this crisis here in the US, and what may be coming:
For a more macro view, or taking a step back and looking at the bigger picture, this next post critiques the present state of Western societies around the world. These are largely demoralized and dysfunctional because these are disconnected from, or rather are in denial of harsh realities.
Here, we offer a brief quote from this next linked post:
They don’t have to defend any real values against a tangible enemy, because hiding in a herd with uniform group-think is good enough for them.
See this article here:
Now, we touch upon the (electrified) third rail of polite discourse as we consider the power and actions of Jews in today’s world. (Such discussions are not motivated by hate, but rather by awareness and concern.) This is needed to increase the understanding of the threat to our true rights and freedoms and culture posed by the schemes of powerful Jews who suffer from the mental illness of Jewish Supremacism (or Talmudic Judaism). In this next linked post, Andrea, a Slavic woman blogger, tells us that there are 2 branches or strains of Jewish Supremacism among Jews, both of which work against Christian civilization and values.
Before pasting the link, let me just add that I recently read a short booklet on what Karl Marx thought of Jews and Judaism. Bear in mind, when reading the following paraphrased quote from Marx, that he was a Jew himself. Marx said on the topic of social emancipation for Jews (in Europe in the mid 1840s): “The social emancipation of the Jew will occur when society is emancipated from Judaism.” (Paraphrased here from memory.) Marx saw Judaism as a social evil that had to be let go of and gotten passed for there to be social progress in the modern world. (Of course, he also did not care for Christianity.)
About halfway down through this lengthy post, Andrea unleashes her powerful insights and analysis (recommended for independent thinkers):
Here is some analysis on the $2 trillion rescue bill passed by the US Senate late last night:
And, for those of you who have stayed with me this far, here is a bonus to ponder:
Our feature image is from the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco and was taken in the summer of 2017.
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