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Taxi
India picks Israel's Spike anti-tank missile over U.S. Javelin: source: http://news.yahoo.com/india-p...
Just so you know -- I am following your personal Friendfeed feed. - Sean McBride
Are your fingers doing De Niro's "I'm watching you" at me?. lol. You know, Sean, I keep finding myself in this social dilemma here on ff: every time I wanna post an article, I get into a quandary about whether to post it on mwff or gftg - I like both pages and their people but I understand the two camps are ka§*!%^!!*ked at each other. I try and spread out my posts as evenly as I can but it feels very, very AW-K-WARD pretty much every time. "Can't we all just get-a-long?" - Taxi
Not in Meet the Parents mode -- just saying that your feed is worth paying attention to. - Sean McBride
Associating with hardcore Judeophobes and Nazi apologists is a big no-no in my book -- there is no way that I will ever do it. Sorry. Post in whatever groups you like. The beautiful thing about Friendfeed is that it is easy to create new groups and social networks on the fly based on mutual interests and values. All Mondoweiss commenters should open an account here and proactively... more... - Sean McBride
It seems like WW2 history was written by the victor - mass indoctrination going on here. It seems that the victor has been busy covering up the 'other' side's narrative for the past 70 years - a continuation of this same mass indoctrination by design. For a neutral laywoman like me on this subject matter, I would just like the freedom to hear the loser's side for the sakes of history... more... - Taxi
Sean McBride
The name of the game for the Semantic Web and Big Data mining is to automatically uncover hidden connections, correlations, implications and patterns in large datasets.
Not just for Mideast politics -- for EVERYTHING. - Sean McBride
Taxi
The 10 Least Religious States in America: http://www.thestreet.com/story...
# the 10 most religious states in America in 2014 by religiosity 1. Mississippi 2. Utah 3. Alabama 4. Louisiana 5. South Carolina 6. Tennessee 7. Georgia 8. Arkansas 9. North Carolina 10. Oklahoma - Sean McBride
It's no wonder that the South is such a hotbed of Christian Zionism. - Sean McBride
# the 10 least religious states 1. Vermont 2. New Hampshire 3. Maine 4. Massachusetts 5. Oregon 6. Nevada 7. Washington 8. Connecticut 9. Hawaii 10. District of Columbia - Sean McBride
Half of the least religious states are from New England. - Sean McBride
New England has the highest concentration of elite educational institutions of any region on the planet. - Sean McBride
Taxi
In the wake of U.S. bombing, Syria asks Russia to join their new Economic Zone: http://www.examiner.com/article...
"The Eurasian Economic Union, or trade zone, was established in May of this year with the intent of creating a new free trade union where nations could come together and conduct economic transactions and agreements without the need to go through the dollar, or other fee based platforms like SWIFT." - Taxi
" Additionally, the new economic union will one of the many free trade zones created along the new Silk Road highway that is currently under construction, and is expected to run from Pusan, South Korea all the way across Central Asia and into Great Britain." - Taxi
"The ongoing conflict within Syria is probably the most visible evidence of the economic proxy war taking place between Russia and the United States, with the outcome deciding the future of oil control in the Middle East. Russian President Vladimir Putin was able to force the U.S. out of Syria back in September of 2013, but the rise of ISIS has given Washington a justification to go back in and fund and arm the Al Qaeda backed rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashir Assad." - Taxi
"Like just before the Great War 100 yeas ago, the world is quickly moving towards formalized alliances to protect themselves from stronger nations, and to aid their development in a changing financial environment. And with Syria becoming the fourth nation to join in the Eurasian Economic Union, it will not be long before Iran and other Central and Eastern Asian countries do likewise, and form a powerful trade cabal that will have serious financial repercussions to the dollar and to the West." - Taxi
[Wikipedia; Eurasian Economic Union http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...] - Sean McBride
The EEU -- this is going to be a very big deal. - Sean McBride
Todd Hoff
Peak Google: Search advertising market is $50 billion. Google has most of that. Total advertising market is over $500 billion. Most of that is brand advertising. Google can't capture this market through search. In-stream, native advertising is the future. Very low down in the funnel. Biggest opportunity, top of the funnel, generating brand affinity
True money is not direct response, but brand advertising. Techies only focus on the direct response. - Todd Hoff
Or is the nature of brands changing? Not a pushed top down process where the guy with the most money wins. Brands now built more bottom up from social commentary and reactions. The quality of experience is what matters. - Todd Hoff
Google will not shrink. It will keep the search market. But the total online market is growing to $100-$200 billion and google is not in a good place to capture new forms of advertising. - Todd Hoff
You figured it out -- the top-down model is kaput. - Sean McBride
This was from a podcast in the link above. - Todd Hoff
there's this dual (or triple?) celebrity/band/consumer thing going on, like what Taylor Swift has been doing lately. Your brand gets associated with a lifestyle through being "naturally" embedded in entertainment, social etc. https://www.youtube.com/watch... - Laura Norvig
Sean McBride
# sort * by income from Israeli interests and policies for the past decade 1. American companies 2. American politicians 3. Americans
# sort * by funding of Israeli interests for the past decade 1. American billionaires 2. American companies 3. American government agencies 4. American organizations 5. Americans - Sean McBride
Graphing the data is easy; gathering, organizing and marking up the data is difficult. - Sean McBride
See what you can find on if non Jewish billionaires give money to the Lobby and Zios orgs or finance campaigns where they declare their funding is predicated on Israel support like Adelson. I've never heard of any. - American
Off the top of my head: Rupert Murdoch and Donald Trump. Look into their contributions to FIDF (Friends of the IDF), for instance. Murdoch's entire media empire has been devoted to propagandizing the cause of Likud Zionism. - Sean McBride
Another way to frame these questions: how many billionaires worldwide are promoting ethnic or religious nationalist causes? Which ethnic or religious nationalist causes? Which billionaires? How many Jewish billionaires worldwide have been promoting Jewish ethnic and religious nationalism? Which billionaires? At what level of spending? - Sean McBride
set; donations by Jewish billionaires to pro-Israel ops worldwide (ops=people, organizations, projects, political parties, etc.) - Sean McBride
Sean McBride
U.S. publicly humiliates Israeli defense minister as state visit ends - Diplomacy and Defense Israel News | Haaretz - http://www.haaretz.com/news...
U.S. publicly humiliates Israeli defense minister as state visit ends - Diplomacy and Defense Israel News | Haaretz
"Ya'alon claims bad blood between him and the Obama administration was over, but learns they leaked that he was denied an audience with senior officials, upon returning to Israel." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"The White House refused to give Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon an audience with Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State John Kerry, and National Security Advisor Susan Rice during his state visit to the United States this week, senior American officials confirmed Friday. The reason for the cold shoulder was a number of statements Ya'alon made six months ago, in which he criticized the Obama administration and Kerry in particular." - Sean McBride
"Speaking in the same conference Ya'alon said that if the administration continues to show weakness on the international stage, American national security would suffer a great blow. “If you sit and wait at home, the terrorism will come again,” he said. “Even if you hunker down, it will come. This is a war of civilizations. If your image is feebleness, it doesn’t pay in the world. Nobody... more... - Sean McBride
That sure sounds like a *threat*. - Sean McBride
Yea it does..... the ideal cure for Israel would be an entrapment--- let Israel proceed with a false flag terrorist attack on the US and then expose them right before they carry it off. Of course there would have be actual Americans in the NSA and CIA and no Israeli agents within those agencies to be able to do that. - American
good they stuffed him. *Imagine if John McCain were president or Romney. But screw them anyway- Israel 'officials' embarrass the US gov't with an announcement of housing settlements right after white house leaders leave Israel. - Chu_
Likud militants in the Israeli government, and their network of assets in the United States, will now engage in massive retaliation, much of it covert, against the Obama administration. - Sean McBride
The Israel lobby will pull all the strings at its disposal to damage Democrats in the upcoming election. It would use a Republican takeover of the Senate to attack the Obama administration relentlessly on policies affecting Israel. - Sean McBride
The Israel lobby would use a Republican-controlled Congress to block any agreement between the United States (the Obama administration) and Iran over nuclear technology. - Sean McBride
Sean McBride
"The blunt-talking Moshe Ya'alon says that Syria, Iraq and Libya have all been shattered by fighting in recent years and that the future map of the Middle East will look very different." http://t.co/RkewJwpnNX
This has been the Israeli game plan along -- to shatter and acquire domination over all its neighbors -- and it has used American military, financial and political power to achieve its objectives. - Sean McBride
Whenever you hear John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Hillary Clinton, Samantha Power, Susan Rice and others clamoring for more American military aggression in the Middle East, you know what is driving them -- Likud Zionism and Greater Israelism. - Sean McBride
Google Oded Yinon and Clean Break for the full background. - Sean McBride
Zionists have sought to shatter American and European cultures in precisely the same way they have shattered Arab and Muslim cultures in the Mideast -- and they have largely succeeded. Divide and conquer. Encourage fragmentation and disintegration. Disrupt and destroy established ruling elites. Play off every weakened faction against all the others. Practice the dark arts of cultural and social engineering. - Sean McBride
WJones
The famous theologian NT Wright is one of the few writers who take a dim view of the current wave against "supersessionism".
In his 2005 book on Paul, he says that people get so worked up over it, that just mentioning it "evokes the chimneys of Auschwitz". He continued on in this vein. When I read it last year on Google Books, the book was readable. I pulled the book up now though and it's apparently the only Preview book in GOOGLE BOOKS that is totally upside down and unreadable. - WJones
Now tell me, how does that happen? - WJones
That's funny....how, indeed. Sabotage? - weareone
1. [Google; google books upside down pages http://www.google.com/#q=goog...] 2. [Wikipedia; Google Books http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...] - Sean McBride
"Many of the books are scanned using the Elphel 323 camera at a rate of 1,000 pages per hour. The scanning process is subject to errors. For example, some pages are unreadable, or upside down, or in the wrong order. Book information such as authors, publishers, dates and so on, may be incorrect or abbreviated incoherently." - Sean McBride
Yes, I saw that. And it makes sense. But then how come I could read it last year? Most likely I am just forgetting that it was upside down. Whatever. - WJones
Probably you misremembered. - Sean McBride
Sean McBride
The Four Seasons grand tour: stay at every Four Seasons hotel and resort in the world for a week in succession.
That's 93 weeks worth of travel. http://www.fourseasons.com/find_a_... - Sean McBride
No harm in fantasizing. - Sean McBride
Four Seasons: Beaches (25 locations) http://www.fourseasons.com/find_a_... - Sean McBride
Sean McBride
The Guardian: India spurns US offer and purchases guided missiles from Israel for $525m http://gu.com/p/42mqf/tw @guardianworld https://twitter.com/guardia...
But on balance, the military-industrial complex has earned much more from supporting Israeli policies than it has lost. A half billion dollars is a drop in the bucket. - Sean McBride
Sean McBride
Haaretz.com: Na'aman Hirschfeld: I left Israel for Berlin because I'm unwilling to submit my fate to the state of Israel http://htz.li/AA https://twitter.com/haaretz...
Some people might argue that it's too late -- the Jewish community worldwide has already submitted its fate to the state of Israel. According to the Jewish establishment, Zionism=the Jews and Judaism. Game over. - Sean McBride
American
Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems By Julian Assange Filed: 10/23/14 at 12:47 PM http://www.newsweek.com/assange...
And don't tell me when goggle did its 'results refinement' 5 or so years ago it didn't deliberately bury 'original source' (official documents) links on the Israel issue under 200,000 shit piles of 'Israel source' results. It did. - American
1. o; Google Ideas; director; Jared Cohen 2. o; Google; director of security and safety; Marty Lev - Sean McBride
"In 2011, the Alliance of Youth Movements rebranded as “Movements.org.” In 2012 Movements.org became a division of “Advancing Human Rights,” a new NGO set up by Robert L. Bernstein after he resigned from Human Rights Watch (which he had originally founded) because he felt it should not cover Israeli and U.S. human rights abuses." - Sean McBride
"In 2012, Google arrived on the list of top-spending Washington, D.C., lobbyists—a list typically stalked exclusively by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, military contractors, and the petro-carbon leviathans. Google entered the rankings above military aerospace giant Lockheed Martin, with a total of $18.2 million spent in 2012 to Lockheed’s $15.3 million. Boeing, the military contractor... more... - Sean McBride
"In autumn 2013 the Obama administration was trying to drum up support for U.S. airstrikes against Syria. Despite setbacks, the administration continued to press for military action well into September with speeches and public announcements by both President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry. On September 10, Google lent its front page—the most popular on the Internet—to the war... more... - Sean McBride
set; communications between Eric Schmidt and Keith Alexander - Sean McBride
set; communications between Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen - Sean McBride
Taxi
pro Israel comment: "Andrew Posted October 24, 2014 at 10:41 pm | Permalink ...After the sand niggers attacked Israel for no reason in 1967. Israel kicked the f-ck out of the sand monkeys. They lost and Israel won. They lost this fair and square. Israel could have taken over Syria but had to back off because the US was scared the friggin Russians would get involved. The Sand monkeys... more... - Chu_
All of these instances of hate speech need to be collected and made browsable and searchable on a dedicated website. - Sean McBride
# suggested properties/fields for a comment format 1. comment 2. commenter 3. date 4. link 5. publication 6. website - Sean McBride
For instance: [comment; commenter=*; date=*; website=*; comment=*; link=*] - Sean McBride
Taxi
The World's 2,325 Billionaires Have These 14 Traits In Common: http://www.businessinsider.com/billion...
Hey Sean, I've put this up cuz you're so fond of lists. - Taxi
Pretty much every time I see a list now I think of Sean McBride :-) - Taxi
I'd like to affectionately nickname Sean: 'Dr. Listtt'. - Taxi
Actually, interesting article -- I didn't realize that Europe has more billionaires -- 775 -- than any other region of the world. (But the US has more billionaires than any other nation -- 571.) - Sean McBride
Lists that are machine-readable, machine-interoperable and machine-inferencable are useful for a wide variety of reasons -- especially as knowledge discovery tools. - Sean McBride
I wasn't a fan of the list, but a useful tool. just need to learn how to compare them more effectively. - Chu_
Lists are a tool for bringing order and clarity to facts -- to better understand them -- to uncover patterns and make connections in complex data. And they are the backbone of contemporary artificial intelligence, data mining and Semantic Web technologies. - Sean McBride
Mondoweiss has always appealed to me because Phil Weiss's mind is oriented around precise collections of concrete facts -- the same for Glenn Greenwald. Windy discursive opinionating interests me not so much -- once I get the point, I move on. Opinions and arguments are datapoints. - Sean McBride
"Opinions and arguments are datapoints." Interesting way to view things-not natural to me, but I'm open to learning. - weareone
phil does a lot of opinion, greenwald is more data driven. - Chu_
Without all the data that Phil wraps his opinions around, Mondoweiss would not be very interesting. Opinions are a penny a dozen. Review his posts -- they are all anchored around valuable collections of facts that are usually suppressed, censored or ignored by the mainstream media. - Sean McBride
good part is that he is an inside man in many ways. - Chu_
It is helpful to think of lists as sets in traditional set theory -- with complex set intersections one can uncover and understand the operations of barely visible or invisible social networks -- to see the real lay of the land. - Sean McBride
That tableau software seems like a very useful graphing tool/visualizer.so much - Chu_ from Android
On opinions and arguments as datapoints: once an opinion or argument has been clearly enunciated, there is no need to see it over and over again -- you've got it. What is of interest are new facts which pertain to opinions and arguments -- which tend to reinforce or undermine them. - Sean McBride
Also of interest: the number of times that an opinion or argument is expressed in the world or in certain communications channels over time -- but that boils down to a single number or trendline. - Sean McBride
For instance, the intersection of three sets: - Sean McBride
c; PNAC member+JINSA member+Washington Post writer; * // where {c; *category1+*category2+*category3; *instance} and "+" defines a boolean AND relation -- all three conditions must be true. - Sean McBride
To be able to know such things immediately, on demand, is useful. - Sean McBride
I think Phil keeps his article writing factual, he's an excellent writer, l but I don't think his 'opinions are always based on the facts---he sees what he wants to see quite often, what he wishes to believe. - American
Phil has had a much greater impact on the conversation on these issues globally than any of his detractors. He produces superior content on a regular basis -- that is incredibly difficult to do. If you doubt this, try to set up a blog or website that draws the same level of traffic and engagement. - Sean McBride
The best description of Phil's problem, the one that prevents him from 'really seeing' the Jewish problem was the one by NorthOfFortyNine June 23, 2011, 1:38 pmI ---->""At the risk of offending, I sometimes feel like Phil is saying, as though referencing a saturday morning cartoon: “Jews have special powers. Zionists use these special powers for evil. Me? I want to use them for good! To the Batmobile!” - American
Hey I just read that too - put a smile on my face. So whoever posted the gilad interview on mw, thanks - great read. - Taxi
That was indeed a great line by Northof49 - Danaa
Danaa, if you like quote about Phil you will love this one. Chris Moore posted on his site when featuring the MW-Slater vr the commenters big fight on Just War-------->'' Even though I totally disagree with Weiss' left-wing politics (which even he doesn't seem to take very seriously, anyway) guys lake Weiss make me believe there are at least a handful of semi-patriotic, America-first... more... - American
The on- going $64,000 question on what Phil really is/believes. Does it matter?---not really - American
Phil lives in inner turmoil - he knows deep down that he's a jew living a WASP life. but he's also pleasantly numbed by his golden goy life. Phil is torn between individuality and group/tribe/gang. He really prefers the 'individuality' thang (because he's comfortably numb) but there's this constantly recurring weird group/tribe/gang thing that keeps talon-clawing at his naval for... more... - Taxi
So where do I collect my $64,000 from, American? - Taxi
Hummm....we will have to crowd fund the 64K - American
Maybe Phil secretly likes WASP culture, wants to be like them. And why he writes about it a love -hate way.. But to renounce Jewish culture would be too big a treason against his upbringing and heritage.And he couldnt ever really be a WASP, only a convert, like gentile converts to Judaism. - American
I'd be gobsmacked if "we" could raise more than 64 cents lol! Just kidding kiddo. - Taxi
The American Dream was not conceptualized by jews or blacks or asians but by WASPS. Would you call this a correct statement of fact? - Taxi
For the most part, but I wouldnt say WASP (as in elites) I would say mainly European Anglo Saxons since that was the majority and what all the 'Founders' were-----one clue to that is the fact that the 'law' and legal system in the colonies was based on "Black's Law', brought over from England, where it was the basis of what we call 'Common Law'---its still the basis of the US legal system. - American
Everyone wants the American Dream, buddy. It's as far as it goes - the penultimate. Jews here are no different - they want the American Dream too. There is no such thing as the jewish dream that everyone wants. - Taxi
It's past midnight here in the sleepy hills of the Levant - g'night. - Taxi
Chu_
so why did Hostage quit? last post August 21, 2014 at 7:10 pm - Chu_
My guess? he got bored. The comment section has become too anemic for him, and that includes the zio-bots. He must have spent a lot of time putting together his analytic/legal comments, but the feed-back for quite a while now has been less than stellar. he may just have tired of repeating his points, and no doubt, he does not care much for endless debates about whether or not he is a... more... - Danaa
"neither is getting into lengthy debates with Christian theological points". I don't know that theology and Christianity was really something that is focused on at MW, other than M.Ellis' writings (against it). - WJones
Hostage I noticed has some familiarity with talmudic teachings, but he never presented himself as an expert on Jewish thought or practice. His interests were strictly the legality and machinations of Israell, its zionist friends elsewhere and the intricacies of international law. - Danaa
Another theory: he is desolate over the current state of affairs. I used to tell him that legalities are all well and good but that the antagonist, Israel, has no regard for any of those. It takes what it wants and discards the rest. perhaps Hostage came to see the sad, awful implications this has for Palestinians. may be he came to see also why BDS is really the only way to fight back.... more... - Danaa
Yes, sadly having all the legal ramifications at hand, doesn't matter to state sponsored Israeli thuggery. And while I read his comments and logical legal conclusions, his posts weren't very conversational. Sean suggested he make a wiki page of all his findings, but he said he was happy to leave the record on MW. - Chu_
Too bad MW became such a static blog. Taxi and others were reflecting on how it was so great, but the good commenters are mostly gone. - Chu_
Some possibilities for Hostage's departure: 1. boredom 2. disgust 3. despair 4. health issues - Sean McBride
When you stop to think about it, there are many more interesting ways to spend one's time than arguing about Israel's problems -- which unfortunately have become America's problems. At the center of this vortex there is really no there there -- just endless narcissistic and neurotic recursion. - Sean McBride
there are a lot more interesting things to focus on. Science, technology, arts. you name it and it's more interesting that thieving occupation and land grabs descibed as 'ensuring survival' of Jews. But Israel has become America's problem like it or not. And by ignoring it, it seems to only become a larger problem. They hold a backward ideology that pretends to be something so... more... - Chu_
'' Another theory: he is desolate over the current state of affairs. I used to tell him that legalities are all well and good but that the antagonist, Israel, has no regard for any of those...Danna) .....I liked Hostage's legal imput because I took the International Law stance from my beginning 12 years ago as how I/P should be ruled on and settled.. My only exasperation after a while... more... - American
'' When you stop to think about it, there are many more interesting ways to spend one's time than arguing about Israel's problems '.........There are other interest I'd rather spend my time on but as an American who lives in this country, and whose children and family likely intends to keep living in this country, I consider the Israel aberration in US government to be the biggest immediate and possibly far reaching threat to the welfare of US citizens and the country.. - American
Then there's the bogus argument that we are correcting history and all the bad things that happened to Jews, and the USA is the hand that will save Jews. If that be the case, why aren't we working toward helping the American Indians for a new state, because surely we've screwed them and only helped Jews throughout the last century. - Chu_
- and further where's our thanks? The Jewish state spits in the face of our leader. What's that about. - Chu_
Sean McBride
History moves forward in a cloud or field of ever-shifting and ever-evolving terms and topics.
So bring on the data science to decipher it. - Sean McBride
weareone
Connecticut arm of million-strong church votes to shun occupation profiteers...http://electronicintifada.net/content...
"The United Church of Christ in the US state of Connecticut has declared its support for the Palestinian-led campaign for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel. A BDS resolution approved by delegates to the annual gathering of the church’s Connecticut conference follows similar moves by its followers in New York, Northern California and in the Central Pacific and Central Atlantic regions. As a result, church bodies have been urged to divest their holdings in companies profiting from Israeli occupation in Palestine, including Caterpillar, Motorola, Hewlett-Packard, G4S and Veolia." - weareone
"The United Church of Christ has around one million members across the US. Activists in the United Church of Christ Palestine Israel Network (UCCPIN) are scheduled to propose measures to support BDS at the church’s general synod in Cleveland, Ohio, in June next year." - weareone
"If the UCC divests from contractors with the Israeli occupation, it will be the fourth national church body in the United States to do so, following divestments by the Quaker Friends Fiduciary Corporation in 2012, the Mennonite Central Committee in 2013 and the Presbyterian Church (USA) in June this year." Also in June, a board on pension and health benefits with the United Methodist Church divested its shares in G4S, a British-Danish contractor with Israel’s prisons and occupation forces."--end quote - weareone
good news. The soil against occupation and land grabs is firming up in USA. No more zio weeds to pollute the soil. about time. - Chu_
Good! One of the biggest benefits I see to the various churches actions is that it spreads out to all their members---changes their views on Israel to what Israel really is ..it also makes them perk up and wise up when they hear our politicans spouting their support for Israel in the face of what they now know. - American
And when one takes a moral stand, it may pressure the others to respond. The influence and power of churches to shift the dynamic against Israel is, imo, huge. - weareone
And it's surprising for all the talk that northerners make about being progressives, they support an apartheid Jonestown that robs the Arabs of their property. But let's continue to elect People like Chuck Shumer to office. He's a real honest guy. - Chu_
I think that Shumer may also hold dual Israeli- American citizenship. Here's a small list of other Israeli citizens who hold key US government positions. http://www.presstv.com/detail... Sean, I was wondering if you would be able to compile a more complete list that includes Congress? After a short search, I didn't come up with much that seemed complete. - weareone
wao. I know that Amb. Ron Dermer and others have to renounce their Israeli citizenship. But here's a facebook post I found [List of Politicians with Israeli Dual Citizenship] https://www.facebook.com/notes... - Chu_
sean, how do you mark this up? i.e. Mark Weinberger, dual citizen, Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Public Affairs - Chu_
Thanks, Chu-I saw that list, but I was wondering if there's a way to compile an updated list. I think that one's from 2011, before the 2012 congressional elections, so it might not have all current congressional members. I'm thinking that a list would be very helpful to circulate before the upcoming elections. - weareone
wao. it should be accessible public information that our media should provide it citizens. but we all know how that goes. - Chu_
you're right---it should be public information....and we do know how that goes. I'll keep digging, when I have a moment. - weareone
Several ways to go about it: - Sean McBride
c; dual US/Israeli citizen; Mark Weinberger {c; *category; *instance} - Sean McBride
c; Israeli op+dual US/Israel citizen; Mark Weinberger {c; *category; *instance} - Sean McBride
o; Israel lobby; dual US/Israeli citizen; Mark Weinberger {o; *object; *property; *value) - Sean McBride
o; Mark Weinberger; category; dual US/Israeli citizen {o; *object; *property; *value} - Sean McBride
# features of marked up facts (semantic assertions) 1. browsable 2. combinable and recombinable with other facts 3. consistent syntax 4. consistent terminology 5. interoperable 6. machine-inferencable 7. machine-readable 8. machine-minable 9. modular 10. searchable 11. sortable 12. standalone 13. write once, use forever - Sean McBride
Thanks very much, Sean. Here's an unverified and most likely partial list, compiled from several sites, of reps in Congress with possible dual Israeli-American citizenship: House: Eliot Engel (NJ), Steve Israel (NY), Sander Levin (MI), Nita Lowey (NY), Jerry Nadler (NY), Jared Polis (CO), Jan Schakowsky (IL), Allyson Schwartz (PA), Brad Sherman (CA), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL), Henry... more... - weareone
weareone -- good list -- the real lay of the land. - Sean McBride
not too many surprises.... but I was expecting an even longer list. It seems that many with dual citizenship have either been defeated or chosen not to run again----a good sign hopefully. We'll see if they pop up again somewhere else..... - weareone
I don't get this wearone. Are you saying Boxer is a Dual citizen?or Feingold? that's just highly unlikely. I can believe ity about Schumer because I believe Schumer has no known boundaries to his supiness and love of power. His principles are probably limited to accepting that earth is round. Well, as long as it benefits him. Hover the years he has even assumed the look of corruptness. It's like a reverse Dorian Grey. - Danaa
Danaa, as I mentioned, this list is unverified, so these are possible dual citizens. Regarding Boxer, she doesn't seem unlikely at all to me given her history of support for Israel. Here's an excerpt from a letter to her posted Sept. 4, 2014 prepared by JVP LA and adopted by MT. DIABLO PEACE & JUSTICE CENTER stating "As people of conscience, we are deeply disappointed with your... more... - weareone
I agree with you about Schumer-, but many I-firsters try to use the progressive veneer as a cover. That just doesn't work anymore. - weareone
weareone: one could use Google to check out each of the names on that list, one by one, for dual citizenship: - Sean McBride
[# g; dual us israeli citizen * 1. al franken 2. allyson schwartz 3. barbara boxer 4. ben cardin 5. bernard sanders 6. brad sherman 7. carl levin 8. charles schumer 9. debbie wasserman schultz 10. dianne feinstein 11. eliot engel 12. henry waxman 13. jan schakowsky 14. jared polis 15. jerry nadler 16. john yarmuth 17. nita lowey 18. ron wyden 19. sander levin 20. steve israel] - Sean McBride
I plugged in five names at random from the list into this search, and it it turns out that they are all dual US/Israeli citizens. I am thinking now that they all might be. - Sean McBride
The Israeli government is using its citizens scattered all over the world to try to manipulate international politics on behalf of Israeli interests -- that much is obvious. They comprise a single political network that transcends all conventional national boundaries. - Sean McBride
And recall that Stanley Fisher, vice chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, is a dual citizen. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... - Chu_
great! thanks Sean and Chu-- you're certainly much faster and better at searching than I am. Sean, I tried to search many ways, but the obvious must have escaped me, so thanks. - weareone
wao - and notice that that link above lists the top 5 contributors of their congressional campaigns. Take Barbara Boxer for example [Barbara Boxer (D-CA) Reelected against the well-funded Carly Fiorina; in the Senate since 1992. Top 5 Contributors: EMILY’s List, Girardi & Keese, University of California, Time Warner, Cotchett, Pitre &McCarthy. Top 5 Industries/Interest Groups:... more... - Chu_
and Sean, I have to ask on a complex one, if you have the time, how would you mark this up? If you can set up the framework I can fill this in. - Chu_
Wouldn't this work? {o; *object; *property; *value} - Sean McBride
o; *person; adviser; *adviser - Sean McBride
o; *person; affiliation; *affiliation - Sean McBride
o; *person; category; *category - Sean McBride
o; *person; employer; *employer - Sean McBride
o; *person; ethnicity; *ethnicity - Sean McBride
o; *person; funder; *funder - Sean McBride
o; *person; nation of citizenship; *nation - Sean McBride
o; *person; profession; *profession - Sean McBride
o; *person; religion; *religion - Sean McBride
and so on.... - Sean McBride
ok good. What would be also useful is mapping this data by graph, showing who is a consistent contributer to Pro-Israel Dual national congresspeople. - Chu_
For instance: - Sean McBride
1. sort pro-Israel funders of US Congress members by total funding - Sean McBride
2. sort US Congress members by total funding from pro-Israel funders - Sean McBride
ok. good. Here's a video of Tableu. seems like a nice visual aid for people to get the idea quickly http://www.tableausoftware.com/product... - Chu_
Creating data visualizations with tools like Tableau is easy -- the hard part is building up structured rich datasets that can be connected, mined and visualized -- that's where semantic markup comes in. Collect your facts; mark them up in a consistent and logical way; then connect, mine and visualize them. Engage in automated knowledge discovery. Extract insights from your datasets. The main objective is to understand what is going on in the real world at a detailed level. - Sean McBride
Dual Citizen - Top 5 contributors http://www.thechristiansolution.com/doc2012... - Chu_
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Most mainstream websites are now so gummed up with commercial crap that they are unusable.
Or what happens when we don't want to pay for content... - Todd Hoff
There has to be a better way to pay for content. - Sean McBride
One option: 1 click to pay for a day, week, month or year of ad-free content on a given website. - Sean McBride
What a joy it is to watch commercial-free films and TV series on Netflix. - Sean McBride
Some have figured out how to make libraries pay, and still have some commercial sales crap on the sides. - Joe
None of those approaches work in real life Sean. - Todd Hoff
Having the option to pay for an ad-free version of websites might work -- both modes of revenue-generation could operate together. Think of smartphone apps. - Sean McBride
It doesn't work. People don't pay. And since you are removing your best advertising targets your advertising revenue also goes down. This is why nobody does this. It canabalizes ad revenue for a pitiable for pay revenue stream. Using both together you get less. Who makes money selling content via smartphone apps Sean? You have to think this through as business person. Not just user who doesn't like ads in their content. - Todd Hoff
Are the Internet and the Web revolutionizing the way that many of us process advertising? I know that commercial messages have absolutely no impact on my mind -- I automatically filter them out. Most of my purchases are based on using Google to quickly turn up objective comparative evaluations of products and services -- an activity that would have been impossible for most people to... more... - Sean McBride
Amazon.com rankings of best-selling and top-rated products, combined with user reviews, are much more useful than advertising for getting a handle on products of particular types and making buying decisions. - Sean McBride
Many smartphone apps are offering paid ad-free versions. I make it a point never to use ad-only smartphone apps. This is also why I use Netflix much more than traditional cable TV these days -- commercials kill the narrative flow and mood of great films and TV series. - Sean McBride
For content, who is making money off of paid ad-free versions? Netflix isn't the same deal at all. - Todd Hoff
How is Netflix a different model? -- you pay them a monthly fee to get rid of commercial messages. Many people would probably like to pay a reasonable fee to Facebook to filter out all the advertising there. I know many people who buy the ad-free versions of smartphone apps -- it's a small price to pay to get a clean and uncluttered interface. - Sean McBride
In what way is Netflix like your normal blog trying to put up content that people might want to consume? In what way is it like twitter or facebook? While some people would pay to see an ad free twitter, it's a very small amount. If most people had to pay they would simply switch. Or they would substitute by reading some other content source. Netflix has always been paid. They also... more... - Todd Hoff
I am not saying that users of websites should be forced to pay for ad-free content -- merely that they should be offered that option. Some percentage of users will exercise it, just as some users choose to pay for ad-free versions of smartphone apps. - Sean McBride
Your suggestion lowers total revenue. Who would do that? - Todd Hoff
On what hard numbers are you basing the statement that providing an option for paying for ad-free content on websites would lower total revenue? - Sean McBride
How many users are dealing with the sprawl and squalor of commercial messaging on websites now: they right-click on the links to substantive website content and save it to services like Pocket -- they don't even bother visiting the websites. - Sean McBride
It's a downward cycle that few have cracked unless your content is super compelling. Aggregators like Google is where the money is. Just like in music. It's sad really. - Todd Hoff
Of course there is always this option: [Firefox > Adblock Plus https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US...] - Sean McBride
Then you are cutting of the air supply of the content generators so they will no longer be able to generate content. But who doesn't want something for nothing? - Todd Hoff
Content providers should be paid for their work -- but I am not going to consume their content if they embed it in a jungle of junk. - Sean McBride
But you did consume it. With adblocker or some other way to circumvent the ads. The consistent and ethical action would to not to consume the content and boycott the site. Cake and eat it too. - Todd Hoff
In principle, you are right. In reality, we are still living in the wild, wild west with regard to sorting out these technologies, conventions and rules. - Sean McBride
In reality the power of rationalization wins. People will take content because they can while the content providers go uncompensated. It's really quite simple. - Todd Hoff
I don't see it as simple at all. These arrangements are the product of social negotiations over time -- and the world is still in a state of negotiation regarding intellectual property on the Internet -- with quite a few bugs still to be worked out. - Sean McBride
Don't make it sound so high minded. Something of value was made available to you for which you actively avoided compensation. It's simple. - Todd Hoff
"So say good night to the bad guy! Come on. The last time you gonna see a bad guy like this again, let me tell you. Come on. Make way for the bad guy. There's a bad guy comin' through! Better get outta his way!" -- Al Pacino, Scarface (1983) - Sean McBride
Number of downloads of Adblock Plus as of today: 289,508,362. Average daily users in last 30 days: 18,209,737. - Sean McBride
Yes, people like free shit. Is that news? - Todd Hoff
Many of them like a clean, elegant and speedy Web experience -- crap-free. Web companies had better find a way to deliver it. - Sean McBride
You like them. You just don't want to pay for them. - Todd Hoff
I would be happy to pay for them -- just as I already pay for ad-free Netflix video, ad-free Kindle ebooks and ad-free Android apps. My point is that these ad-free services for the most part don't exist on the Web. That, for instance, is why Ello has arisen to challenge Facebook. - Sean McBride
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Miliband’s Embrace of Jewish Heritage Complicates Criticism of Israel - NYTimes.com - http://www.nytimes.com/2014...
Miliband’s Embrace of Jewish Heritage Complicates Criticism of Israel - NYTimes.com
"Criticism of Mr. Miliband’s stance came from the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council, which said his position ignored “the ideology of Hamas, the psychology of Hamas, the actions of Hamas and thus the reality faced by Israel.” Stephen Pollard, editor of The Jewish Chronicle, described his readers’ reaction to Mr. Miliband’s stance as overwhelmingly negative." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
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World shworld: Israel's growing solipsism - Features Israel News | Haaretz - http://www.haaretz.com/news...
World shworld: Israel's growing solipsism - Features Israel News | Haaretz
"While it is not exactly news that there’s a disparity between what is being discussed within Israel and what is being said about Israel around the world, the gap appears to have reached new lengths. While the rest of the world talks about the implications of the Gazan war, the possibility of a European recognition of a Palestinian state and the fate of Israel-U.S. relations, Israelis seem to have other things on their minds. Such as pudding." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"Israel is fast becoming a solipsistic nation. Like any solipsist, it is becoming unsure of the existence of anything that happens outside of its own mind, whether its 1.5 million Palestinians besieged in Gaza or a world fatigued by Israel's unwillingness to learn from its mistakes." - Sean McBride
"This in itself is not news: Israel has been isolationist ever since David Ben-Gurion shrugged off criticism of Israel by the UN by snorting “Um-shmum” – Um being the Hebrew abbreviation for the United Nations. Israel's internal narratives diverged from the international debate surrounding it long ago. But in the past few months this divergence seems more and more like psychosis. Israel... more... - Sean McBride
"To the rest of the world, Israel seems like the Titanic, charging towards an almost-inevitable iceberg with its captains oblivious to dangers ahead. Many Israelis meanwhile seem to think there's no sea. It’s not that Israelis don’t care what is being said about Israel around the world. It is that they apparently stopped listening. Many Israelis feel the world is simply anti-Israeli if... more... - Sean McBride
Mondoweiss on Friendfeed
Growing up an ardent Zionist, Liz Rose says Judaism "became synonymous with Jewish nationalism." Now she's struggled to separate the religion and the ideology. At Yom Kippur she had a breakthrough, remembering Palestin
This article fails to address any of the important questions about the problematic relations between Judaism and Zionism. - Sean McBride
This notion among many progressive anti-Zionists and former Zionists -- that Zionism suddenly emerged from nowhere, with no connections to Judaism or several thousand years of Jewish history -- is really quite peculiar. They are in severe denial. - Sean McBride
'' with no connections to Judaism or several thousand years of Jewish history -- is really quite peculiar. '...sean) ...... Yes it is--and why they hate Aztmon----because he nails the attitude and beliefs in Jewish 'culture' that gave rise to zionism. This is also why the tribal denial makes them hopeless---they will never change. - American
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Marked-up semantic assertions: write once, use forever in endless combinations with other marked-up semantic assertions.
# features of marked up facts (semantic assertions) 1. browsable 2. combinable and recombinable with other facts 3. consistent syntax 4. consistent terminology 5. interoperable 6. machine-inferencable 7. machine-readable 8. machine-minable 9. modular 10. searchable 11. sortable 12. standalone 13. write once, use forever - Sean McBride
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Should Facebook offer a paid, ad-free version? - CNN.com [FLASHBACK] - http://www.cnn.com/2013...
Should Facebook offer a paid, ad-free version? - CNN.com [FLASHBACK]
"Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has been using Facebook quite a bit lately, and he has some friendly advice for the company, from one social network to another. Stone thinks Facebook should offer an ad-free subscription version for $10 a month. A premium version of Facebook could appeal to people who don't want to wade through the barrage of ads for a juice-cleanse delivery service or Edward Snowden fan fiction (these are the actual ads I currently see on my Facebook account)." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
American
http://www.jpost.com/Diaspor... Pro-Israel German-language Jewish magazine launches in Berlin
More shit stirring. - American
'' BERLIN – Seated in a café in the Hotel Kempinski in the bustling downtown shopping area of Berlin, Dr. Rafael Korenzecher explains why he launched Jüdische Rundschau, a new German- Jewish monthly magazine. “We have a message and we are not a mainstream news outlet,” he says. Now, he stresses he “has the opportunity to reach the German public” and convey that “appeasement is a false policy.” - American
'' Jüdische Rundschau, loosely translated as “The Jewish Review,” devotes many of its articles to Israel, contemporary anti-Semitism and Jewish culture . The monthly, which Korenzecher launched in July, has a sister Russian- language publication. - American
'' Asked why he decided to manage the paper, Heni tells The Jerusalem Post it was a “real chance once a month to bring together international and national voices in 40 pages covering topics such as Israel, anti-Semitism and the Iranian threat, which would otherwise not be heard or read in Germany.” .Heni says Jüdische Rundschau has a clear position that “stands behind Israel and has no problem criticizing the German government.” - American
''Karl Pfeifer, a top expert on Austrian anti-Semitism, wrote a highly detailed article on Austrian politicians’ downplaying of Jew-hatred and the failure of major political parties to confront anti-Semitism. The October issue also reaches across the Atlantic to interview US historian Dr. Jeffrey Herf on“post-Holocaust anti-Semitism.” - American
'' Alex Feuerherdt contributed an article on the “two-faced policies of Germany-Israel relations.” His departure point is Germany’s flourishing business relationship with the Islamic Republic of Iran at the expense of Israel’s security. Jennifer Nathalie Pyka, a journalist from Munich, outlined the German infatuation with the Middle East in her article “The German Patient: The land of 82 million Middle East experts.” - American
The definition of insanity?----doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Here they go again. - American
The more belligerent and confrontational pro-Israel activists become with Americans and Europeans, the more they sink their cause. It amazes me that they don't get this. Their default assumption is that they can bully the world into submission. But there is a historical track record on this matter to consult. - Sean McBride
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Megan Marzec, Ohio University student leader who poured fake blood over her head for Gaza, was reportedly called in for interview by Dept of Homeland Security
Marzec got a handler at OU to tell the tribe that 'Megan n is not anti-Semitic' http://www.thepostathens.com/news... this seems like the equivalent of soul saving. But good that she isn't getting soft on her position - 'Marzec is still firm on her stance about the conflict, and the controversy surrounding her video.' (watch your back Megan) - Chu_
A key question here: to what degree is the Israel lobby using government agencies (like DHS and the FBI) and local police departments to harass its political opponents. - Sean McBride
depends on the agency and who is in charge. If a zionist has a top position at some domestic analysis post, I'd think they would be more willing to look into this. But it's all classified. that's by design. Are we really sure who has what power within the system? it's difficult to surmise, but the ADL can use this to their advantage. Foxman even revealed as much in Defamation. 'there's... more... - Chu_
Thanks for that quote, Chu. I think their power is overestimated. - weareone
I think that power is greatly underestimated -- it's mostly about the manipulation of covert networks extending across literally thousands of organizations -- the quiet coordination of resources -- without leaving a visible trace. - Sean McBride
Think of it as a bed of bed of weeeds that can be treated no diferent from any other mafioso organization, just more international. They became strong using their corrupt practices, cornering markets for control, while using sympathy to gain a foothold over the old Wasp establishment. Cut out a few arteries and we'll see how well oiled their submarine is. - Chu_
The Israel lobby is in a much better position to take down its critics than vice-versa -- it commands vastly greater resources than its opponents. It is much wealthier, better organized, more determined, etc. - Sean McBride
Cornering the market: 'have the greatest market share in a particular industry without having a monopoly.' - This is employed by Jewish interests time and time again. i made a case about this with NBA bastketball. more than 50% of the ownership of the NBA is Jewish. They get to set the prices, control the aspect of the entire game, as long as they work together. Don Sterling sold the team to Steve Ballmer - yes they are co-religionists. - Chu_
Recall that Edward Snowden revealed that Israel is receiving raw data directly from NSA. - Sean McBride
whoever is reading the tea leaves can shape that and profit, hand over fist. One day there could be a holodomor in the US. if we don't Obey! Given the restructuring of financial wealth these last decades, those at the top can eventually determine the fate of the 98%. but I know I should have faith in trickle-down/voo-doo/supply-side economics. They've really done wonders for the population. - Chu_
I agree with Foxman-(for once) which is not to downplay the scope of the problem, but it's certainly not insurmountable as per Chu's weed/mafia analogy, his example of market share and imo the economic self-sufficiency models and economic models such as BRICS. - weareone
see here wao: "http://thebilzerianreport.com/racism-... "Of the five major sports organizations, there is only one token gentile sports commissioner, which is the National Football League’s (NFL) Roger Goodell. Not so surprisingly, his top two executives: NFL Executive VP-Eric Grabman and NFL Executive VP and general counsel Jeffrey Pash, are both non-gentile. It should also be noted that former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue was non-gentile. At one point, all five commissioners were non-gentile." - Chu_
and another: Racism at the Federal Reserve: http://thebilzerianreport.com/whats-w... ". Of the 4 potential replacements for Fed Chairman Bernanke, 4 were Jewish. In fact, one of the candidates was the former governor of the bank of Israel. Essentially, 98% of the population wasn’t even considered in the running the Fed." - Chu_
The truth is we don't know if the Jewish Org power is over or under estimated. For the simple reason that it hasn't been seriously 'challenged' by anyone. The 'Holocaust shield' has prevented any serious challenge before. I think its not overestimated in congress. But its beginning to be challenged in a lot of other venues----lots of small and not so small loses for the Zios are... more... - American
In the Zio race to be the next king of the hill they are going to run into problems. The Wasp establishment existed because it was mainly wasps who founded and populated this country. Zios are 2% (I was corrected a few years ago on MW - it's the 2% of the 2% lol). So in order to make open gains it's going to be tough, because identity politics doesn't work for them, and they seem to... more... - Chu_
" Zios are 2% (I was corrected a few years ago on MW - it's the 2% of the 2% lol)"....Phil is indulging in wishful thinking or protecting the tribe there.If you want to define zionist by support for Israel its a lot more than 2% of the 2%.. Several years ago when we were arguing over this on MW I subscribed to about a dozen email "Jewish Chronicles and Jewish Chapters news letters from... more... - American
American -- when the New England Patriots prepare for a game with the Denver Broncos, do they ridicule and dismiss the abilities of the Broncos-- or do they try to assess those abilities as honestly and accurately as possible? Smart competitors never underestimate the capabilities of their opponents. Your mentality is very different from that of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. While we're... more... - Sean McBride
Then there was the argument advanced by MJ Rosenberg and fellows that Jews were all loyal Americans because 90% of them were liberals and voted for the Dems so that proved that Jews didn't vote mainly on the Isr issue. Again nothing can be proved from that. It may or may not be true that Israel 'doesn't influence' their voting---but there again voting for the liberal proves nothing. The... more... - American
Yea its a Southern thing.LOL......we are a lot like the Zulu tribe who defeated the Brits and their' idea of themselves ' as smart modern warriors in Africa by exposing their inherent military weakness and unnerving them. - American
Sean...do not be confused about 'underestimating the enemy' and "understanding what they actually are". There is a huge difference there. I understand what they are when pushed to a corner--they do not understand what other people are,mainly americans in this insistence , when pushed to a corner. - American
'' Northerners tend to be much more reserved, cautious, careful and calculating. - Sean McBride)...I doubt that, we Southerners get away with murder. One of our best tactics is 'playing dumb'. ''Well gee we didn't know such an such law prevented us from building this or that but its already built, so oh well, too late now.". Another one is acting like we don't know what on earth you are... more... - American
I am sure there are many smart and careful Northerners but their smarts seem to desert them when they come South. There are more than 30,000 former Northerners living on swamp land with creeks around here they paid 150,000- an acre for cause we told them it was 'water front'. - American
'Phil is indulging in wishful thinking or protecting the tribe there.' - wasn't phil but a commenter. I know it's not the 1 percent of the 1 percent, but funny that that's how they were laying it out. Zionism is nobody! a specter in the night... - Chu_
'Northerners tend to be much more reserved, cautious, careful and calculating' what a generalization Sean. In what state is that? I'd like to know. - Chu_
playing dumb American> also known as sandbagging. - Chu_
I don't think Sean understands the sandbagging tactic But he thinks Southerners are all dumb so I was trying to explaining it in a way he could relate to.. - American
LOL sorry again Sean ,but I got to say you are really taking the ribbing well these days and not exploding at anyone so thats admirable. - American
After all the mutual ribbing, when the dust clears, what will be left is reality as it is. - Sean McBride
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Evidence supports officer’s account of shooting in Ferguson - The Washington Post - http://www.washingtonpost.com/politic...
"Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown fought for control of the officer’s gun, and Wilson fatally shot the unarmed teenager after he moved toward the officer as they faced off in the street, according to interviews, news accounts and the full report of the St. Louis County autopsy of Brown’s body." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"Because Wilson is white and Brown was black, the case has ignited intense debate over how police interact with African American men. But more than a half-dozen unnamed black witnesses have provided testimony to a St. Louis County grand jury that largely supports Wilson’s account of events of Aug. 9, according to several people familiar with the investigation who spoke with The Washington Post." - Sean McBride
"Some of the physical evidence — including blood spatter analysis, shell casings and ballistics tests — also supports Wilson’s account of the shooting, The Post’s sources said, which cast Brown as an aggressor who threatened the officer’s life. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they are prohibited from publicly discussing the case." - Sean McBride
"The St. Louis Post-Dispatch late Tuesday night published Brown’s official county autopsy report, an analysis of which also suggests the 18-year-old may not have had his hands raised when he was fatally shot, as has been the contention of protesters who have demanded Wilson’s arrest." - Sean McBride
But surely Darion Johnson's eyewitness testimony will override any physical evidence. (Not really.) - Sean McBride
[New Information Released on Michael Brown Case http://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2014...] - Sean McBride
So many people rushed to judgment on this case: they KNEW what really happened immediately -- based on? - Sean McBride
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Is Israel's president an anti-Semite? - Opinion Israel News | Haaretz - http://www.haaretz.com/opinion...
"Reuven Rivlin is lucky he’s a politician in Israel. Were he a politician in the United States, he’d be labeled an anti-Semite and likely forced from his job." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
American
Oh Vey!...myth of Jewish genius exposed again!
PISA world education ranking put Israel even below Estonia, Vietnam and etc in Math, Science and Reading skills. - - American
I sure they will blame this on intermarriage or associating with goys. Or call PISA a anti semitic.conspiracy against Jews. LOL - American
sorry, I cant resist teasing you Sean with this stuff. - American
2012 PISA assessment - Israel is 3rd from the very bottom in Math & Science. - (Hophmi needs to see this stuff. He believes that Ashkenazi are smarter than the rest of the world. The IQ thing is his bread & butter.) - Chu_
Your link is broken and doesn't work. - Sean McBride
[Wikipedia; Programme for International Student Assessment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...] - Sean McBride
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One can precisely situate everything in space and time with place/time and time/place vectors (trees).
And all of those vectors can be situated and connected on a single semantic grid. - Sean McBride
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