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Delusion Of Justice

West German reparations to Israel byNicholas Balabkins;The Myth of Holocaust Supremacism Doing Something Good (“Opening the Door” To Non-Jewish Restitution Efforts)

Thursday, November 16, 2017
This book is excessively French- and Swiss-centered on the question of non-German reparations to victims of the Nazi era. Its value is that it provides some little-known information.

The Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law;Includes Details on Genocide, But Omits the Important Israeli Trials of Jewish Kapos

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Israel's Nazi and Nazi Collaborators (Punishment) Law 1950, best known for its application in the trial of Adolf Eichmann, was originally enacted to punish Jews who had collaborated with the Nazis against other Jews. (pp. 128-129). The law stemmed from the following: There were 200,000 Holocaust survivors in the young State of Israel, and they angrily wanted the collaborators to be brought to justice. (p. 144). >>more...


Saturday, July 18, 2009
The Media Reports on case as Terri Schiavo’s death by starvation imposed   carried in the name of the laws, allowing her to die at the hands of the justice system, and then the murder of the wife of actor Robert Blake, Michael Jackson’s trial of alleged sexual misconduct, renown trial attorney Johnnie Cochran funeral, 4 millions people taking part in the papal funerals my own experiences have given me a lot to think about the Justice System (famous saying “justice system worked”), and how the law is defined, applied, executed, respected governed our everyday activities.  We add a recent hiring about the candidates to the Supreme Court we have a little better grasp of understanding workings of the laws in the society If we add recent augments in ABU Grab scandals, or extremely weak explanations of the Presidents conduct about ear droppings. We can feel an emotional baggage and endowment of the reason in the political and human conduct. >>more...


Saturday, July 18, 2009
There is an educational crisis in this country, and we have champions of it, by making it public, they try to address, and improve it. There is a political crisis here too, and we have some voices fallowing a common sense approach to discuss it. No wonder that an executive branch approval is about 36% similar to the executive. There is no firm statistics of the approach to the judicial branch, but it must be probably this same like others. >>more...
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