Proof That Anti-Semitism is Active in America and Abroad in 2017

I don't understand how society still allows blatant anti-Semitism to this day, as long as it's coded as being anti-Israel or anti-Zionist. Today was the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, the initial British Mandate that allowed a Jewish state to exist in the region we know today. Since then, the borders have shifted and … Continue reading Proof That Anti-Semitism is Active in America and Abroad in 2017

Why the Austrian Election is Important for the Future of Europe

Sebastian Kurz, the 31-year old leader of the Austrian People’s Party shocked the world today as parliamentary projections point towards him being the winner of the recent Austrian election. While votes are still being counted, it’s safe to say that Kurz has secured his victory, making him the youngest leader in all of Europe, and … Continue reading Why the Austrian Election is Important for the Future of Europe

It’s Time to Stop Justifying Evil

A worrying trend that's been popping up since the events in Charlottesville is how quickly everyone has been to justify the actions of hate groups and terrorists in order to condemn White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis. I've seen scores of celebrities and political figures say that immigration, radical Islam, and Antifa are somehow non-issues, and that … Continue reading It’s Time to Stop Justifying Evil

Australia Bans Jews from Building Synagogue Because of Terror Threats

In worrying news, the Jewish community of Bondi, Australia was blocked by the city council from constructing a synagogue. The backwards reasoning that the council gave for this discriminatory behavior was that there a high amount of Islamic and Anti-Semitic terror threats in Australia lately, and until things can be calmed down they felt that … Continue reading Australia Bans Jews from Building Synagogue Because of Terror Threats

A Tale of Two Leaders: What Trudeau and Trump’s Stance On Terror Reveals

Here’s a nauseating article from the CBC, normalizing both pedophelia and terrorism: http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/omar-khadr-settlement-1.4189890   The world’s been wild this past week, and unfortunately the media seems to focusing on the wrong things (go figure). North Korea has been acting up, playing a game of missile chicken with the Pacific, CNN has been harassing people online … Continue reading A Tale of Two Leaders: What Trudeau and Trump’s Stance On Terror Reveals

Why You Should Care About Trump’s Travel Ban, Limited or Not

Here’s an hilariously delusional post from WashPo that is a good litmus test for how delusional mainstream media is right now: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/06/27/trumps-travel-ban-still-doesnt-make-any-sense/?utm_term=.d2af14c9820e   With a startling 9-0 decision from the U.S. Supreme Court today, Donald Trump’s proposed travel ban will be instated in a limited format. In actual practice, the limited version of Trump’s travel … Continue reading Why You Should Care About Trump’s Travel Ban, Limited or Not

How Japanese Anti-Terror Laws Raise Questions Over Safety Versus Freedom

Going through the list of 277 illegal acts, most of them make sense, especially when you take into account Japan’s unique situation of being an ethnically homogeneous, hard working, and honor bound society, whose citizens still pay a worldwide penalty for the cruel and vicious acts of their ancestors. As someone who supports a strong stance against terror, I welcome preemptive action and instituting order through law. That being said, some of these so called “terrorist actions” are ridiculous and clearly have a different motive.