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Great responses, though he was given only 6 minutes out of the two hours.
But he’s too far ahead of his time.
Won’t be hard for me. I’d almost rather be waterboarded than go anywhere near a mall today.
Adbusters apparently can’t buy anything, including airtime. Somebody’s afraid of something!
Along similar lines, the new documentary What Would Jesus Buy? is in the theaters. Heard some clips on Democracy Now the other day, and it sounds hilarious.
Obviously I have a lot of catching up to do. This blogger kicks ass.
|Number of Precincts||26|
|Precincts Reporting||26||100.0 %|
|Times Counted||5009/15805||31.7 %|
|Times Blank Voted||70|
|Times Over Voted||22|
|Number Of Under Votes||0|
Meanwhile, here’s the precinct report, but I can’t make any sense of it.
Somebody posted the following request in a thread below which is about to slide off the page.
Are there any well-known Jewish speakers or writers about the Holocaust who speak about the mass murder of non-Jewish as well as Jewish people at the hands of the Nazi death machine?
Well, the Holocaust Memorial Museum has a whole section dedicated to each of the groups, and numerous articles on each at the website. Examples: Gypsies. Homosexuals. Jehovah’s Witnesses. Disabled. Socialists. Others.
Elie Wiesel’s Night discussed the Gypsies he met at Auschwitz, although he apparently opposed their inclusion into the museum because he and his father were treated roughly by the Gypsies who were there and he even wrote that he might never be able to forgive them. This Jewish blogger summarizes Wiesel’s issues (some fascinating comments attached to the post as well).
The Gypsies have a section in the Jewish Virtual Library.
Ina Friedman is a Jewish author of many Holocaust articles and books and wrote a book dedicated to non-Jewish Holocaust victims.
That’s off the top of my head.