Q: Was it morally wrong for the United States and Canada to imprison their citizens of Japanese ancestry during World War II, and confiscate their property? A: It was a horrible illegal act, discriminating against people solely because they looked different. Italians and Germans, whose ancestral homelands were also the enemy, were not locked up. […]Read More You Have to Ask the Right Question
This Wednesday evening, April 15th, 2015 is Holocaust Remembrance Day. On Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 an agreement was reached between Iran and the United States to lay the groundwork for another Holocaust, one much more technologically advanced, one much more capable of carrying out its goals. On what day will we commemorate the future Holocaust […]Read More Remember the Future Holocaust
Get Your Twisted Values Out of My Country! Many years ago I went on a demonstration organized by a trade union, with the purpose of disrupting a convention of the ruling political party. Since we couldn’t get through the police lines to approach the building, we settled for burning down one of the wooden poles […]Read More Hey, Get Your Demonstration Off My Street!