Notice: In February of 2019, according to the Webalizer stats program for this site, traffic to this site was all but cut in half, with Google.com and all its subsidiaries disappearing from the referrer list except for a few stray entries per month. After two years, Google returned as Google.com/search. That lasted a short while until the first of February, 2021, when both Google.com/search and Bing disappeared entirely, with Google.com then taking up some of the slack. I have no way of knowing with absolute certainty what is behind all the schizophrenic nonsense, of course: a faulty stats program or corporatocracy censorship (test searches appear to support the latter), but if there is any accuracy issue with Webalizer, I am considering it between Webalizer and the various search engines. In the meantime, if you agree with any ideas presented on this webpage, or consider it to be worthwhile information, I recommend posting or sharing a link to the page where you can. Otherwise, it may not reach very many people - DC. added 2/23/20, rev 1/21/21, 2/16/21
An open letter to the Islamic Republic of
The people of Israel have always claimed the state of Israel was formed as a place of refuge, from whence to defend the Jewish people, but we all know that is only part of the story—perhaps even the lesser part. I make no argument, here, as to whether Israel should exist or not as a matter of restoring pride to the Jewish people. What’s done is done. But as a US citizen, I recommend ceasing compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal entirely and not making any concessions until such time the citizens of both the state of Israel and the United States take responsibility to elect leaders who sincerely represent the refuge principle for the state of Israel, as opposed to representing religious fervor.
I would like to point out, that while this letter may be
critical of the United States and Israel, nothing here should be taken
as any great praise of Iran. With the destructive firepower of modern
weapons—both large and small, nuclear and non-nuclear—religious
zealotry is now one of the greatest threats to humanity itself. And it
is this individual’s opinion that the citizens of every country should
do their best to keep theocratic regimes and religious zealotry out of
2/23/20: I should probably note that, while Iran has always been emphatic that it is not seeking nuclear weapons, for the purpose of making a point, the above article only assumes the neo-con assertion that Iran is seeking nuclear weapons is true. In other words, whether or not Iran really is enriching uranium for the purpose of creating weapons is beside the point.