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Monday, May 22, 2017

The Accomplishments Of Gio Managadze, (Self-Proclaimed) UMD Valedictorian Of 2017

Congratulations to Gio Managadze on the following:

  1. Proving to be an aspiring D****d Tr**p.
  2. Insulting UMD and other UMD University System Students And Alumni (myself included)
  3. Aiding and abetting the propagators of the excuse and misconception that sociopathy and narcissism are mental illnesses as opposed to evil and egoism.
  4. Aiding and abetting the propagators of the ageist stereotype that Millennials are Me-llennials.
  5. Getting your first real legal experience—looking at charges of first-degree criminal libel, theft via embezzlement and misappropriation, fraud, and conspiracy to commit all of the acts thereof—your parents and UMD have every right to press criminal-libel, fraud, and conspiracy charges against you; and your parents charges of theft via embezzlement and misappropriation against you.
  6. Getting sued along with getting criminally charged, and having either the lawsuit used against you in Prince George's County Circuit Court or the verdict in "Maryland v. Managadze" used against you in "Managadze, University Of Maryland, et. al. v. Managadze".
  7. Finding yourself in Prince George's County Correctional Center sometime down the road, and having a well-known criminal history and record thereof.
  8. Ending up as an equivalent of the guy whom berated the Chick-Fil-A® employee.
You've found yourself, alright—and you've found yourself headed down a path to being a self-made indigent prison inmate and litigatee, and a self-made and infamous loner whom lives a life of torment and misery.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

The Graduate's Walk: A Short Story

She elegantly walked down the staircase and into the lobby of the hotel as she prepared to leave for the stadium. Why did her going to a stadium involve poise, decorum, and care in the way that she moved on her feet? A stadium! Why?

 "You're participating in your commencement ceremony—that's why! You could be participating in your commencement ceremony at the local Walmart® and staying at a half-star motel beforehand; and I'd still expect the same amount of decorum from you"—so her mother admonished her. She grumbled, although she did know that a commencement ceremony was not a casual event and daily motion—her mother, thus, had a point about her carrying herself in a formal manner for a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of academic achievement

She walked to the stadium with scholarly class, then —and she even made the Color Guard at the typical Ravens games look as if they were futzing-around schlubs whom were playing "Capture the Flag" or "Flag Football". Then there she stood —at the Ravens Stadium she stood —and she was prepared to walk across the set-up-and-take-down stage platform to receive her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Paralegal Certificate....

As she took the documentations of her college completion and certification training in her hand, she walked out of the Ravens Stadium with the formality of a distinguished college graduate and a summa-cum-laude-endowed political scientist and paralegal.


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In honor of Michelle Czarnecki (UMBC '15), whom will participate in her commencement ceremony at Royal Farms (formerly First Mariner) Arena. Michelle Czarnecki will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

(Some Of) My Big Moments In 2013 (Including at the End)

This is not an exhaustive list, but it's way more than what I mentioned in the video:


  1. Being called Geraldo Rivera's "favorite tweeter"
  2. Establishing that I have kohen and Levi heritage through the Gajdoszes, Dudays, Foczkos, Rusznaks, and Levais.
  3. My ITB Pump surgery (and I envy Geraldo—the lucky guy got well over a total of 100 Facebook and Twitter "likes", well wishes, etc. regarding his foot surgery. I got no more than 52 "likes" at a time—actually, that was my uncle who posted about me and the ITB Pump surgery. Geraldo's probably going to hate me for that, and I may not be his favorite tweeter anymore; but, c'mon—I was under anesthesia on both July 17th and July 18th. Plus, I was in Johns Hopkins until July 22nd, and then Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital until August 2nd. Furthermore, they had to give me caffeine and have me drink coffee to prevent further caffeine withdrawal and headaches. All I got was a few visits, comic books back from my dad, and a few other things).
  4. My granddad passing.
  5. My dad disowning me—but at least I got the atDNA test from him before he did.
  6. Great-Granduncle Andy's passing—that's huge, given that my generation of Fosko Rusnaks is second in line to carry to torch (Dad's is the first.).
  7. The first year that I did not attend the DeBoy Family Reunion (I was recovering from ITB Pump Surgery).
  8. Almost (almost!) graduating college (One more paper to revise and turn in!).
  9. Having major people follow me on Twitter
  10. Figuring out that I'm related to Thomas Andrew, Michael Andrews, and Kirk Douglas (By the way, some of 2012 is going to have overlapped into 2013.).
  11. Getting a resume written (Well, my friend wrote it for me. I still owe him a handmade tallit, even if I don't ultimately use the resume that he wrote.).
  12. Being a formal סטודנטית ללשון העברית—and getting an "A" in הכיתה. (Of course, I don't why I thought "הרבה" was "class" as I was typing this.).
  13. Turning 23 on January 23 (Ok, I really turned 23 on January 12, 1990; since that was טבת 26, 5773. יהוה, ברוך הוא, goes by the lunar Hebrew year. In Gregorian terms, I did turn 23 on the 23rd of January.).
  14. Getting bullied by and watching vengeance against Krystal Keith and her dad.
  15. Beginning to write my family-history memoir.
  16. My aunt attempting suicide (I sat שבע for her for an hour days before—that was a big deal, and I didn't know that that's why she moved without telling me.).
By the way, my mom feels that 2014 is going to be my year...we'll see, Mom.

Sunday, December 1, 2013

I've Just Been Busy...

For example, I got an over-15-page paper done yesterday. I also have to finish the first part of my second research paper over the next two days. After that, I have a Hebrew oral exam for which to study. I also have a yahrzeit to observe (To observe it is not exactly conducive while Mom is playing Christmas music.).

The yahrzeit is for Great-Granddad Czarnecki. On this day, Kislev 27, he committed suicide. He was a troubled man, and hurt others; and he was definitely a candle in the wind—lights can be threatened with extinguishment, and spark up and burn others to try to stay burning.

He also came from a troubled family for sure. For example, Michael Andrews—handsome and talented, but clearly into an inappropriate lifestyle. As for Thomas Andrew, he died from a "long illness"—I suspect AIDS—and he had that awful Washleski cousin who—and it just hit me—used "Tufty" to promote Jack Washleski (and yes, I changed that Wikipedia entry. Get over yourself, Mr. Washleski. Your Jack Washleski could've had his own page if you wanted to talk about your cousin. And if what you say is true, that your uncle loved his wife's nephew more than his own children is just sad—and it maybe explains your cousin Thomas, but how you forget him! And how you deleted the information about William, which I had to add back into the entry! Was William's service nothing to you?).

The Andrulewiczes by themselves were clearly troubled, and this to say nothing of the Danilowiczes (Kirk, Michael, and Mia, anybody?) and the Czerneckis.

By the way, Pop-Pop, you are an Andrulewicz. You are your dad's son. Your brother, with all due respect, is wrong when he says that you look more like a Trudnak—you look like both of your parents—you are almost a spitting image of your cousin Thomas, and don't you forget it.

"If we have Jewish blood..."—well, I do know about it, and I'm proud of it. That you aren't is a shame. That your dad committed suicide in of itself is a shame without adding that he committed suicide during HaHag Hanukkah.

And that I couldn't know how God blessed the nations even through our troubled family is a shame. 

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

President Barack Obama And His Executive Mandate: Is He Fulfilling The Tenets Of It? (Originally For Class)

So, is President Barack Obama fulfilling the tenets of his execute mandate—in this case, his mandate to be the United States head of state and head of government? The unabashed and clear answer is “No.” Even today, headlines such as “Second wave of health plan cancellations looms”[1] and “White House braces for doctor dump”[2] make clear that he cannot fulfill his self-proclaimed mandates regarding the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”). Along with that come headlines such as “How low can it go? ObamaCare poll numbers drop—again”[3].
The headlines unpartisanly make clear that the popular-vote and electoral-vote winner of the 2012 Presidential Election and the then-incumbent President of the United States. Per the CBS-taken poll that was cited in “How low”, “While Republicans are united in their opposition to the health care law, the latest numbers reflect new skepticism among Democrats and independents.” The poll further reflects, “Obama has been facing criticism from his own party for both the failures of HealthCare.gov as well as cancellation notices that have gone out to those on the individual market whose policies did not make the cut under ObamaCare's new standards. The president last week gave insurance companies a one-year extension, allowing them to re-offer those out-of-compliance plans.”
What, then, is President Obama’s mandate? Obviously, it is to be an effective head of state and government, and chief executive who can win and keep the hearts and minds of his constituents and fellow public servants. According to Ansolabehere et. al., “Government touches the life of the ordinary citizen most directly in his or her interactions with bureaucratic agents-at the Department of Motor Vehicles when obtaining a driver's license; in filing one's income tax return with the Internal Revenue Service; at the recruiting center when enlisting in one of the armed services; at the Board of Elections when registering to vote.”[4] Furthermore, “The
bureaucracy is the administrative heart and soul of government. It is where the rubber meets the road-where the policies formulated, refined, and passed into law by elected officials are interpreted, implemented, and ultimately delivered to a nation's citizens. ”[5]
            With ObamaCare, President Obama clearly has not “ultimately delivered [his policy] to [his] nation [read: state]'s citizens”. Despite that Obamacare was indeed “formulated, refined, and passed into law by elected officials[;] interpreted, [and] implemented [to take full effect in 2014]”, it was immediately and has further become controversial and scandalous legislation. Therefore, the ObamaCare scandal (“ObamaGate”? “CareGate”? “Health-Care Gate”?) alone shows that Obama is not fulfilling his mandate as the chief United States state and government executive.
            This to say nothing of IRSGate, which involved the IRS that is supposed to “[touch] the life of the ordinary citizen most directly in his or her interactions with bureaucratic agents-at the [IRS when he or she files his or her] income tax return with [them]”. Instead, with President Obama’s allowance and/or command, the IRS busied themselves witchhunting non-Far-Left individuals and being the inquisitors regarding potential and established non-Far-Left 501(c)3s and 501(c)4s, and other non-Far-Left organizations that must be established or maintained with IRS permission or approval.
            This also says nothing of what happens “at the Department of Motor Vehicles when [one is] obtaining a driver's license [or attempting to do so]”. For one who follows the news, he or she may know that President Obama and Governor Martin O’Malley of Maryland are ideologically and partisanly aligned—since both are Far-Left Democrats. If President Obama is influenced by Governor O’Malley—who made sure that “Maryland became the 13th state to either issue or announce it will soon be issuing driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants”[6] —he may get ideas—and scary ideas. After all, he made RomneyCare’s core concept a national concept when he took it from a Massachusetts-state one—to give all citizens who were residing in the certain territory and could or did not have private insurance government-funded healthcare. He made take the ideas of Maryland, “Connecticut, Utah, California, North Carolina, Illinois, Oregon, Colorado, Rhode Island, Nevada, Washington State, Washington D.C., New Mexico and Vermont”[7], and make them a national idea—and without putting citizens and legal immigrants first.
            In conclusion, President Obama is failing miserably at fulfilling his mandate to be the United States head of state, head of government, and chief executive—even to the point at which he has gravely upset his constituents. “Now we are seeing the President's poll numbers plummet. His approval rating of 39% is evidence that Americans have turned sour on him. For a very long time, even when voters did not agree with his policies, his personal likeability remained strong. They viewed him apart from his policies; that is no longer the case. Now, Americans are not liking his policies and they are not liking him very much either.”[8]



Saturday, October 19, 2013

Sample Of My Schoolwork Writing: "Assessment and Analysis of a Scholarly Article" (Originally For SOWK 240)

In full disclosure, I will say that doing this assignment scared the crap out of me. I just hope that I did well on the assignment—i.e., I hope that I covered all of my bases and cited everything correctly. By the way, I—unless I am unaware of some law which states that I can't share my own writing on my own own blog—have the right to share my own writing. Also, for you to cite me if you use this blog entry would be nice; but I would be a hypocrite if I required that you cite that, since I believe in the Bible as opposed to the concept of "intellectual property".

Assessment and Analysis of a Scholarly Article:
Student Critique of “Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Students’ Prior
Sexual Abuse Victimization”
Nicole V. Czarnecki
University of Maryland, Baltimore County


Abstract
            This article attempts to summarize, assess, and analyze Michelle T. Gore’s and Pamela J. Black’s study which is titled “Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Students’ Prior Sexual Abuse Victimization”. Published by Gore and Black (both of whom are affiliated with Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky) in Journal of Teaching In Social Work, the study stands for scrutiny insofar as it employed its chosen type of research and methodology, and insofar as it came to the conclusions to which it came. The scrutiny is the work of Nicole V. Czarnecki, who was then a student in the SOWK 240 (Information Technology in Social Work) class of Dr. Jessica Guzman-Rea at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Czarnecki was a Political Science (as opposed to a Social Work) major and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science in December of 2013 (The time of Czarnecki’s critique of Gore’s and Black’s study was October 19, 2013, when Czarnecki was a to-be-graduating senior and Political Science major at UMBC.). Therefore, Czarnecki could not comprehensively assess and analyze the study of Gore and Black, both of whom are in the Social Work field (whereas Czarnecki is in the Political Science field).
            Keywords: analysis, assessment, Black, critique, Czarnecki, Eastern Kentucky University, Gore, social work, scholarly article, study, summary; University of Maryland, Baltimore County


Introduction
            Michelle T. Gore and Pamela J. Black of Eastern Kentucky University conducted and published a study which they titled ““Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Students’ Prior Sexual Abuse Victimization”. Gore and Black published their study in Journal of Teaching In Social Work in 2009, and they described their 2009 publication as a study which “reports findings of an exploratory study surveying 61 students about their prior child sexual abuse victimization.” (Abstract From the Authors) They utilized quantitative work to attempt to answer the query of “What percentage of [Bachelor of Social Work] students [“at a south central U.S. regional university”] has been sexually abused (as defined by [the 2001 Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children] statute) during childhood?” (“RESEARCH QUESTION” &“METHODOLOGY”)
            Gore and Black extensively laid out their 2009 study’s methodology. In sum, the methodology “consisted of 61 BSW students [who were] attending the university during the academic years of 2001 and 2002” and “taking a required course on child abuse”. The students each received “[a] confidential five-itemed questionnaire” (“SAMPLE” & “METHODOLOGY”). The questionnaires effected the researchers to find “that taking a child abuse course may increase BSW students’ self-awareness regarding prior victimization” and “social work students [indeed] report a higher occurrence of prior childhood abuse than the general population” (Abstract From the Authors & “DISCUSSION”).


Assessment and Analysis
            As Gore and Black concede in their study’s “LIMITATIONS OF STUDY” section, “There were several limitations to this study.” One significant limitation is that Gore and Black used a highly-flawed methodology in that they defined “sexual abuse” in the terms of “[t]he state’s current definition of child sexual abuse” (“METHODOLOGY”), which in of itself is highly flawed. The definition, according to Gore and Black, is as follows (ibid.):
“‘‘Abused or neglected child’’ means a child whose health or welfare is harmed or threatened with harm when his parent, guardian, or other person exercising custodial control or supervision of the child:
(e) Commits or allows to be committed an act of sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or prostitution will be committed upon a child;
(f) Creates or allows to be created a risk that an act of sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or prostitution will be committed upon a child.
(Cabinet for Families and Children, 2001, p. 4)”
            The flaw in the definition is that it “addresses abuse by a parent, guardian, or
others [who was or who were] acting in a caretaking capacity. It does not pertain to sexual abuse from non-custodians, peers, or abuse from strangers. For example, incidents of sibling sexual abuse would not be included unless the perpetrator was acting in a caretaking role with the alleged victim.” The flaw specifically is that the definition does not cover “sexual abuse from non-custodians, peers, or abuse from strangers” or “sibling sexual abuse” as “sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or prostitution” which a “parent, guardian, or other person exercising custodial control or supervision of the child… allows to be committed…[and/or] [c]reates or allows to be created.”
            Given that the definition is as highly flawed as it is, therefore, it alone nullifies and voids the study. After all, a “parent, guardian, or other person exercising custodial control or supervision of the child… allows to be committed…[and/or] [c]reates or allows to be created…sexual abuse from non-custodians, peers, or abuse from strangers” or “sibling sexual abuse”. Whether the custodian mandates, encourages, enables, or fails to act to stop and/or punish any “sexual abuse from non-custodians, peers, or abuse from strangers” or “sibling sexual abuse”, the custodian allows to be committed…[and/or] [c]reates or allows to be created…sexual abuse from non-custodians, peers, or abuse from strangers” or “sibling sexual abuse”. Therefore, Gore and Black must redo their study and base it on a definition that covers any and all custodian-mandated, -encouraged, -enabled, and –commended or –condoned sexual abuse.
            As far as the study’s other limitations, Gore and Black adequately speak to those limitations. Therefore, this critique needs to not comment on those limitations. As this critique aforestated, the study must go through a reworking process and base itself on a definition of any and all sexual abuse that anyone commits against a child.
            In conclusion, this critique assessed and analyzed Michelle T. Gore’s and Patricia J. Black’s 2009 annullable, voidable, and reworkable study which was published in Journal of Teaching In Social Work. This critique explicitly stated that Gore and Black must rework their study because of how they measured their concept of sexual abuse by the standards of the 2001 Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children law, which  inadequately and illogically does not count “sexual abuse from non-custodians, peers, or abuse from strangers” or “sibling sexual abuse” as “sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or prostitution” which a “parent, guardian, or other person exercising custodial control or supervision of the child… allows to be committed…[and/or] [c]reates or allows to be created.”


References
Gore, M.T., & Black, P.J. (2009). Bachelor of social work (bsw) students’ prior sexual abuse victimization. Journal of Teaching In Social Work, 29, 449–460. doi:10.1080/08841230903249786
Paiz, J.M., Angeli, E., Wagner, J., Lawrick, E., Moore, K., Anderson, M., Soderlund, L., Brizee, A., and Keck, R. (2013, March 1). General format. Retrieved from http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
“. (2013, September 28). Reference list: electronic sources (web publications). Retrieved from https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/



Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Response to John Kingdon’s "Agendas", Chapter One (Originally A Short Paper For Class)

As far as I am concerned, John Kingdon raises many factors. For one matter, he raises the parallels between Presidents Jimmy Carter and President Barack Obama—each of whom has been called “the worst president in [United States] history”. For another matter, he raises the question of why the federal government ultimately should count at all—that is, he provokes me to ask, “Why, for example, do we not have a top-down government? Did that not work under President Ronald Reagan? What was the Army Corps of Engineers doing by repairing the Lock and Dam 26 at the Mississippi River in Alton, Illinois, anyway? Should not the residents of Alton be willing to do that? After all, World War Two vets and others were willing to (if you will) raise Hell to get the World War Two Memorial open in Washington, D.C.. I even tweeted that the Obama Administration ought to let the veterans and other volunteers maintain the World War Two Memorial; so, I would apply the same logic to the Lock and Dam 26 at Alton.”
Also, mental health was not even discussed by the government until a localized, New York City reporter at ABC News stole a key to expose the New York State-run institution of Willowbrook (page 15). For mental health to be discussed at more than at 5% rate by even 257 people in the federal government, a city-bound lawyer turned journalist had to be the voice for horribly-underrepresented, mentally- and physically-disadvantaged constituents in Staten Island. Even then, the second hub for the federal government after Washington, D.C. (New York) was really disregarded until one of its denizens, the lawyer-turned-journalist denizen, became a voice for other denizens. That journalist, by the way, caused a ripple effect and did more in terms of policy for the disabled altogether than even 237 federal health and transportation workers could do or wanted to do. Thanks to that journalist, the impetus for writing and implementation of policies such as HIPPA and the Americans With Disabilities Act came about.
Speaking of localized denizens and top-down government, the Carter and Obama presidencies did indeed influence local movements to spring up. With Carter, the Reagan Republicans mobilized the winning votes for the 1980 Presidential Elections. With Obama, the Tea Party gave the U.S. House of Representatives back to the Republicans.
Both presidencies also involved the “Lion of the Senate”, the now-late Edward “Ted” Kennedy. Both times, Senator Kennedy pushed for healthcare reform, succeeding in his goals with his affects on Obamacare—whereas compromise was involved with involved in his pushes for healthcare reform during the Carter administration.
This does not mean that the Carter, Obama, and Kennedy healthcare reforms were good, though—they were actually deforms. They also contributed to hazardous economic effects, including uncertainties that birthed gas-station lines for Carter and a to-be debt-ceiling default for Obama during his government shutdown—which, by the way, should have been an opportunity for a lesson from the late Senator Kennedy for President Obama. The question, therefore, remains thus: ““Why, for example, do we not have a top-down government?”
“Top-down” obviously means devolution, deregulation, and faith-based initiatives as President Reagan and President Bush 43 promoted. I have argued that the government would not be involved if the communities were. President Reagan and President Bush 43 gave this a chance to happen by involving, for example, the faith-based initiatives and top-down (“trickle-down”) economics. Lessons were clearly taken from Reagan and Bush when the government attempted to block off the World War Memorial, and the community of World War Two veterans and United States military supporters stood up and told the government to reopen the memorial. The lessons summed up to that the government will either be uninvolved or even back off if “we the people” will truly be a “government for the people by the people”.
In conclusion, Presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush 43, and Obama along with Senator Kennedy taught movements such as the Reagan Republicans, the Tea Party, and the World War Two Memorial reopeners how to get involved and mobilize for top-down devolution, deregulation, and capitalistic economics—so that such as Presidents Carter and Obama might truly back off and perhaps even reverse their disasters or at least compromise on them (like the late Senator Edward Kennedy compromised on Carter healthcare, although he did not think that he had to do so on ObamaCare—and, boy, was he proven wrong when the Tea Party sprung up and mobilized; and he would hopefully see that he was all the more wrong now that the U.S. is ~$17 Trillion dollars in debt, close to falling, and angering many of its veterans). They—including Senator Kennedy in their group—should have, of course, learned from a local New York lawyer-turned journalist at Willowbrook in Staten Island—who affected at least some other 5% of the 237 federal health and transportation workers to change their tone on mental (and even physical) health really quickly.

Perhaps they can take these lessons and apply them the next time that a lock and dam—perhaps the one at the Mississippi River in Alton, Illinois—breaks—in other words, let the residents at and near the dam site fix the lock and dam instead of letting or having the Army Corps of Engineers come and fix them.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

My Second And final DateMySchool Profile, And...

I'm done with DateMySchool, but you can still look at my profile from it.

I have nothing to hide; I just had an Anti Messianic write to me, and I don't want to get myself or anyone else in trouble--and he wasn't looking to date me, by the way; he was just looking to be Anti Messianic and take issue with my statement that "I don't like when someone doesn't give their faith or their political view. What do you have to hide or be ashamed of?

He apparently doesn't mind Mohammedans, by the way--"Maybe they are actually Muslim and are scared they are gonna be called a terrorist"--, but he minds Jewish Christians. "Jewish Christian? [My reply follows.] Sorry, I don't count that as legitimate. It is vague, misleading, false. The Messiah has not come. [My reply follows. ] My favorite joke, "A guy walks into a bible store, asks the owner if he has the original because the sequels always suck". Jews for Jesus or whatever you are is false and misleading." [Then when I tried to follow his joke with "I'm guessing he was a KJV-only guy?", I replied too late--he blocked me before I refreshed the page, and before I could block him.

Either way, if nothing else, I hope that he doesn't get into trouble with his "rabbi" or his congregation for even writing to me in the first place--even if it was to be Anti Messianic toward me (Notice that I said "Anti Messianic", not "Anti Messiah"--Nehemia Gordon has left me scarred and having to make that clarification every time because of his verbal and spiritual abuse.).

NCzarne1

23 - Female - Maryland
UMD Baltimore County, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
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  • StatusUndergrad
  • Height5' 3'' (160 cm)
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  • NationalityAmerican
  • EthnicityAsian, Middle Eastern
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  • FaithChristian / Protestant
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See http://www.about.me/nickidewbear. Meanwhile, I got invited here by "g" someone at UMBC (i.e., g**@umbc.edu)--I have no idea who he or she is, and I'm a little surprised that anyone would consider dating me--especially because I don't exactly fit anyone's mold, and I've already had two failed relationships (I've even had to call the police on both exes.).

Also, to be honest, I'm really not looking right now, and I'm fully and really waiting on G-d this time. I seriously believe 1 Corinthians 7:27--" Are you bound to a [spouse]? Do not seek to be loosed. Are you loosed from a [spouse]? Do not seek a [spouse]." Waiting purely on G-d and not taking every opportunity is rough, but I speak from experience because of my two exes (See above.).

By the way, my former profile is at http://thenicolefactor.blogspot.com/2013/07/my-former-datemyschool-profile.html. Also, if you really think that we're the ones for each other for whatever reason, please:

a) Make sure that you have tested the spirits (cf., e.g., Deuteronomy 12:6, 13:1-4, 18:20-22; 2 Corinthians 11:1-15, 1 John 4). Satan can blasphemously disguise himself as even Yehovah's Holy Spirit!

b) Make sure that we're compatible in the first place (cf., e.g., Deuteronomy 22:9-11, Ecclesiastes 4:7-12, Proverbs 27:17, Luke 5:36-38, Mark 3:24-25, Romans 14:12-21, Philippians 2:1-3).

c) We can be like, e.g., Moses and Zipporah, Ruth and Boaz, and Priscilla and Aqulia (For more on the latter couple, see Acts 18, Romans 16:3-5, and 1 Corinthians 16:19-20).

What would be, so to speak, a bonus or a plus: if you're a fellow Jewish believer--up to a 1/16th Jewish is fine. See 1 Chronicles 7:14-15 and Galatians 4:22-25. Machir married back into Israel and set the cutoff by marrying the sister of Huppim (Hupham) and Shuppim (Muppim/Shephupham/Shephuphan/), and Isaac was the first Jew (since he was born of the promise). By the way, I have agonized over this to see how much Jewish counts as being Jewish (and I'm Patrilineally ["half"] Jewish--yay! Matrilineally Jewish is valid, too.).

By the way, unfortunately, you can understand where the Confederate/Southern and Nazi perverts (yemach shemam v'zichronam) got their "one drop" rules from--viz. they took something for good (to keep a line in and among Israel for as long as possible) and perverted it into an anti-miscegination rule--again, may the names and memories of the perverts be wiped out! Also, IFD, I'm not proud that I have Confederate ancestors.

Things I like such as movies, books, music, etc.

1)The Bible (I wish that I could list "Jewish/Messianic" or "Christian/Jewish Christian" as my faith.)
2) My culture (Ashkenazi Jewish. I was born in Baltimore, but consider Jerusalem [Yerusahalayim] my hometown.)
3) Blogging (See my about.me page.)
4) Politics (I'm graduating, G-d willing, in December 2013 with a B.A. in Political Science)
5) Genealogy and family history
6) General history
7) Honesty/Emet (One of my core values, and which includes full disclosure as appropriate)
8) Justice/Tzedek (Another core value)
9) The Hebrew and Yiddish languages (And I'm taking Hebrew 101 in the Fall 2013 semester.), and other languages (e.g., Spanish, de cual hablo un poco)
10) "Geraldo At Large" (I even had a major crush on Geraldo Rivera, which I admittedly let get me into trouble.) and other shows on FOX News
11) Social media (See my about.me page.)
12) Footnotes (which I clearly need the ability to use and add to this profile)

Things I DON'T like such as politicians, assignments, etc.

Anti Messianics ("Antimissionaries", "Countermissionaries"). You can't get any worse than to compare people like me to self haters like Hitler and George Soros, and the pogromists and other Anti Semites who proselytized my ancestors into converting. Besides, I had enough to deal with UMBC Hillel (and don't tell me that you're welcoming of all, including all Jews, if you can't stand Messianic or Patrilineal Jews). I also dislike political extremists (When G-d says to turn neither to the left nor to the right, He means it.). By the way, don't tell me that I have to keep all 613 mitzvot, either--I'm under the New Covenant, and the self righteous and political extremists (usually on the Far Right) are the ones telling me that I have to keep what Yeshua came to fulfill.

I (clearly) also dislike Self-Hating Jews and Anti Semites besides the ones who I mentioned above. Don't you dare, e.g., call me a "Khazar" or tell me that the Lemba, Bene Israel, Kaifeng Jews, and other Non Ashkenazim and Non Sephardim aren't Jews (One way to wrangle me is to pull that Ashkenazi and Sephardi Supremacism stuff--and I'd be remiss to not speak up for other Jews, especially because I'm also one of the kinds of Jews that PM Netanyahu, Ex-MK Avigdor Lieberman, Ovadiah Yosef, and their kind--as well as their Leftist and more-secularist counterparts--dislike.).

I further dislike other kinds of abusers (If you don't think that Anti Messianics and Anti Semites fall into one or more categories of abusive people, I suggest that you read "The Verbally Abusive Relationship".), racists and ethnocentrists (because, e.g., my mom is--as far as we know--mostly gentile [She is of Jewish descent, but she's still gentile.], so I'd be absolutely remiss to hold Jews above gentiles or vice versa), and people who are against disabled people (There has to be a separate category of abusive people for those who dislike the disabled.).

I also further dislike anyone who's here and already has a significant other. You're putting a temptation into your purview and risking your relationship (whatever kind of relationship it is--i.e., dating, engagement, or marriage). By the way, I was invited here and am not looking for a significant other, so you're ultimately only kidding yourself if you call me "a hypocrite"--as I stated, I seriously believe 1 Corinthians 7:27.

Please write me (or not) if...

1) If you like who I am. I mean, why else would you write (Unless, of course, you fit the "(Or not)" category; but you can stay away, then.)? BTW, some people think that I'm weird. Others get that I'm also aiming to promote my work outside of here--e.g., with that status update about that one Latvia supporter. After all, get used to the fact that you're looking at an at-least-aspiring commentator here, so you need to know what you're in for.

PS Again, if you really think that we're the ones for each other for whatever reason, please:

a) Make sure that you have tested the spirits (cf., e.g., Deuteronomy 12:6, 13:1-4, 18:20-22; 2 Corinthians 11:1-15, 1 John 4). Satan can blasphemously disguise himself as even Yehovah's Holy Spirit!

b) Make sure that we're compatible in the first place (cf., e.g., Deuteronomy 22:9-11, Ecclesiastes 4:7-12, Proverbs 27:17, Luke 5:36-38, Mark 3:24-25, Romans 14:12-21, Philippians 2:1-3).

c) We can be like, e.g., Moses and Zipporah, Ruth and Boaz, and Priscilla and Aqulia (For more on the latter couple, see Acts 18, Romans 16:3-5, and 1 Corinthians 16:19-20).

What would be, so to speak, a bonus or a plus: if you're a fellow Jewish believer--up to a 1/16th Jewish is fine. See 1 Chronicles 7:14-15 and Galatians 4:22-25. Machir married back into Israel and set the cutoff by marrying the sister of Huppim (Hupham) and Shuppim (Muppim/Shephupham/Shephuphan/), and Isaac was the first Jew (since he was born of the promise). By the way, I have agonized over this to see how much Jewish counts as being Jewish (and I'm Patrilineally ["half"] Jewish--yay! Matrilineally Jewish is valid, too.).



2) (Or not):

You fit the "Things [That I And People Who] I DON'T like" criteria above.

BTW, someone already did that--if you don't consider my faith legitimate, e.g., don't write. I'm not willing to waste your or my time, and I'm not willing that you waste your or my time. So, think before you make your decision as to whether or not to write to me.

Especially don't write to me if you're Non-Messianic Jewish--I want to save both of us trouble. The CCAR Resolution 150 (Vol. XCI, 1981, p. 67-69) does not allow you that even consider me as a potential partner. The USCJ has an applicable resolution, "Missionaries and Cults (1993)". The OU and Karaite Judaism would interpret, e.g., Deuteronomy 7:1-5 as a no-intermarriage clause for Non-Messianic and Messianic Jews. Reconstructionist Judaism doesn't have an applicable one as far as I can tell.

I'm looking for

  • A Man between 18 and 43
  • For friendship, networking
  • Located wherever

Saturday, July 13, 2013

My Former DateMySchool Profile

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See http://www.about.me/nickidewbear. Meanwhile, I got invited here by "g" someone at UMBC (i.e., g**@umbc.edu)--I have no idea who he or she is, and I'm a little surprised that anyone would consider dating me--especially because I don't exactly fit anyone's mold, and I've already had two failed relationships (I've even had to call the police on both exes.).

Also, to be honest, I'm really not looking right now, and I'm fully and really waiting on G-d this time. I seriously believe 1 Corinthians 7:27--" Are you bound to a [spouse]? Do not seek to be loosed. Are you loosed from a [spouse]? Do not seek a [spouse]." Waiting purely on G-d and not taking every opportunity is rough, but I speak from experience because of my two exes (See above.).

By the way, my family history, my medical history, etc.--as Great-Grandma said, "I want to talk about it." I've little to hide. Also, to clarify, I speak very-little Hebrew. I'm a bat-Anusim, so you can imagine how much Hebrew and Yiddish (or lack thereof) was passed down to me. I also didn't get a handful of even my Diasporan languages--Slovakian, Hungarian, Polish, Belorussian, Lithuanian (not even Litvaker Yiddish), or Moldovan (perhaps). I was given a way-different history of my family than what actually happened--to my dad's and grandparents' credits, they're masterful at creating fiction (If only they would use their gifts l'avodot tovot!).

My mom's Diasporan languages include English (with the family from England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland), Irish (Apparently, the Farrells spoke it.), German and Yiddish (the German from the German DeBoys and others, the Yiddish from the Siedenburg Muellers), French (the Wallonian and French DeBoys), Dutch (the Dutch and Flemish family), and Portuguese (maybe Ladino--we don't really know who Pop-Pop "McCoy" was. He fled Portugal during the Peninsular War, and he was a baby who fled to Northern Ireland with his parents. Whether "McCoy" was his adopted name or his wife's name, we don't know.).

The Welsh and Italian stuff is family legend, but Edgar Allan Poe really was adopted by some great-granduncle of mine (Our original spelling was "Allan", and he picked up our difficulties with parent-child relationships and alcoholism--those aren't facts about which to brag, by the way.). As for Dad's family history, it's a lot more mixed--for good and sordid--than I can go into or already have gone into here--at the close of this sentence, I have only 9 characters left.

Things I like such as movies, books, music, etc.

1)The Bible (I wish that I could list "Jewish/Messianic" or "Christian/Jewish Christian" as my faith.)
2) My culture (Ashkenazi Jewish. I was born in Baltimore, but consider Jerusalem [Yerusahalayim] my hometown.)
3) Blogging (See my about.me page.)
4) Politics (I'm graduating, G-d willing, in December 2013 with a B.A. in Political Science)
5) Genealogy and family history
6) General history
7) Honesty/Emet (One of my core values, and which includes full disclosure as appropriate)
8) Justice/Tzedek (Another core value)
9) The Hebrew and Yiddish languages (And I'm taking Hebrew 101 in the Fall 2013 semester.), and other languages (e.g., Spanish, de cual hablo un poco)
10) "Geraldo At Large" (I even had a major crush on Geraldo Rivera, which I admittedly let get me into trouble.) and other shows on FOX News
11) Social media (See my about.me page.)
12) Footnotes (which I clearly need the ability to use and add to this profile)

Things I DON'T like such as politicians, assignments, etc.

Anti Messianics ("Antimissionaries", "Countermissionaries"). You can't get any worse than to compare people like me to self haters like Hitler and George Soros, and the pogromists and other Anti Semites who proselytized my ancestors into converting. Besides, I had enough to deal with UMBC Hillel (and don't tell me that you're welcoming of all, including all Jews, if you can't stand Messianic or Patrilineal Jews). I also dislike political extremists (When G-d says to turn neither to the left nor to the right, He means it.). By the way, don't tell me that I have to keep all 613 mitzvot, either--I'm under the New Covenant, and the self righteous and political extremists (usually on the Far Right) are the ones telling me that I have to keep what Yeshua came to fulfill.

I (clearly) also dislike Self-Hating Jews and Anti Semites besides the ones who I mentioned above. Don't you dare, e.g., call me a "Khazar" or tell me that the Lemba, Bene Israel, Kaifeng Jews, and other Non Ashkenazim and Non Sephardim aren't Jews (One way to wrangle me is to pull that Ashkenazi and Sephardi Supremacism stuff--and I'd be remiss to not speak up for other Jews, especially because I'm also one of the kinds of Jews that PM Netanyahu, Ex-MK Avigdor Lieberman, Ovadiah Yosef, and their kind--as well as their Leftist and more-secularist counterparts--dislike.).

I further dislike other kinds of abusers (If you don't think that Anti Messianics and Anti Semites fall into one or more categories of abusive people, I suggest that you read "The Verbally Abusive Relationship".), racists and ethnocentrists (because, e.g., my mom is--as far as we know--mostly gentile [She is of Jewish descent, but she's still gentile.], so I'd be absolutely remiss to hold Jews above gentiles or vice versa), and people who are against disabled people (There has to be a separate category of abusive people for those who dislike the disabled.).

I also further dislike anyone who's here and already has a significant other. You're putting a temptation into your purview and risking your relationship (whatever kind of relationship it is--i.e., dating, engagement, or marriage). By the way, I was invited here and am not looking for a significant other, so you're ultimately only kidding yourself if you call me "a hypocrite"--as I stated, I seriously believe 1 Corinthians 7:27.

Please write me (or not) if...

1) If you like who I am. I mean, why else would you write (Unless, of course, you fit the "(Or not)" category; but you can stay away, then.)?



2) (Or not):

You fit the "Things [That I And People Who] I DON'T like" criteria above. I'm not willing to waste your or my time, and I'm not willing that you waste your or my time.

I'm looking for

  • A Man between 18 and 38
  • For friendship, networking
  • Located wherever

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The Dangers of Talmudic Thinking For Messianic and Other Certain Jews

A conversation that I had with a friend illustrates how dangerous P'rushiyin groups like Hillel Campus Communities, Outreach Judaism, and MERCAZ are. Since he did comment on a public status and even asked if he could share what I am posting, I'm going to assume that linking to the conversation is okay. By the way, go after me if you want to go after anybody. Actually, go after Yehovah--" 'Why strive ye with me? wherefore do ye try the LORD?' " And see how well going after Yehovah goes--I guarantee that it won't go well. "Hear ye now what the LORD saith: Arise, contend thou before the mountains, and let the hills hear thy voice2 Hear, O ye mountains, the LORD'S controversy, and ye enduring rocks, the foundations of the earth; for the LORD hath a controversy with His people, and He will plead with Israel. 3 O My people, what have I done unto thee? And wherein have I wearied thee? Testify against Me. "

The Dangers of Hillel Campus Communities For Messianic and Certain Other Jews

Obviously, UMBC JSU and Hillel taught me to avoid Hillel Camous Communities at all costs. I've heard horror stories about other branches as well. e.g., A kohen was rejected by Princeton Hillel "As a college student, my community has caused me an enormous amount of harm. Well-meaning friends advise me to "just convert," with no comprehension of the feeling of having your Jewish roots pulled out from under you. The treatment by my somewhat-learned peers has practical ramifications as well. For the past year, I have ceased attending Friday night dinners at my Hillel to avoid the embarrassment of declining to lead kiddush and motzi and having to explain why. "

This was originally cited as "2. Student at Princeton Hillel Rejected by Other Students after Discovery Mother was a Convert — This story has a better ending than many such stories. The Half-Jewish Network contacted the rabbi, and it is probable that many other people and groups did as well.

"The rabbi reached out to the student involved, set up an open community meeting on the subject, and created a committee to devise new policies for the future that will cut down on this type of incident. Rabbi Julie Roth’s response was impressive, as most Jewish institutions ignore complaints from half-Jewish members."

Of course, their policy on Messianics is "As a result, Outreach Judaism offers lectures on college campuses and in Jewish communities with multilevel informational resources, campus outreach, counseling, discussion groups, and networking with other Jewish organizations that deal with the dangers of the Messianic movement and cults." 


So, get out of any Hillel Campus Community that you are in if you are a Messianic or certain other (e.g., Karaite, Non-Messianic Patrilineal Jew and Talmudi) type of Jew. "For Israel is not widowed, nor Judah, of his God, of the LORD of hosts; for their land is full of guilt against the Holy One of Israel6 Flee out of the midst of Babylon, and save every man his life, be not cut off in her iniquity; for it is the time of the LORD'S vengeance; He will render unto her a recompense7 Babylon hath been a golden cup in LORD'S hand, that made all the earth drunken; the nations have drunk of her wine, therefore the nations are mad."

Monday, April 29, 2013

We Have To Stand Up To These Leftist "Professors", And...

I'm helping start the standing up to these "professors"--who are really being indoctrinators and dominators! Let's stand up, give examples of what we choose to stand against, and (if we have to and can do so without getting sued) even name names! Rightists and Moderates--Conservatives and Middle Roaders--stand up and fight back!
Taken from Timothy W. Stanley's blog (Oops; do I need a full bibliography? ;-) )


Students in the world, unite!

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

My Take On the Arab-Israeli Conflict And The Class That I'm Learning About It In [Initial Draft]

I'm going out on a limb here (and as I stated in a previous blog entry, I don't care if I get "C"s to "F"s as long as I'm doing what's right); so here I am. I'm out on the limb. Being "out on the limb" means getting a "C" (if I'm lucky) or even a "F" (which is probably what will happen). After all, this is supposed to be a midterm essay that I'm writing on my blog first (as I've done with other school papers, which makes writing at least some papers a heck of a lot easier).

By the way, I need to make a full disclosure first. That is, I need to confess that I did not do all of the readings that I should have done. Now that I've made the full disclosure, I need to make a statement about what readings I did do (or at least skim over, or even of which I read only the introduction and conclusion). The statement that I need to make is this: for as much as Israel has her own problems, we don't need Anti Semites like Rashid Khalidi and bulls****ers like deterrence theorists adding to our problems. 

In other words, the State of Israel and we who are her people have enough self-caused issues to which we don't need the Rashid Khalidis and the deterrence theorists adding. I should know, since I'm an Israeli who's directly affected by these issues. I'm a Patrilineal Jew whose more-recent ancestors were Crypto Jews, who was born as an Ashkenazi Jew in the Jewish (read "Israeli") Diaspora, and who is a Messianic Jewish Republican (read--for example--so-called "proselytizer", "religious nut", "right winger", and "ultimate sellout"). I didn't even know that I am Jewish until after March 12, 2008 (the date on which I joined Ancestry.com to research if I am Jewish, as I suspected way before. After all, why else--for example--my dad have taken pains to pronounce my name as "Nicole Charnetski"). So, I obviously don't fit into the Israeli Diaspora, let alone Jewish community back in my homeland--to which I have yet to even be able to make aliyah.

So, I've done at least some of my homework over the years--I'd be remiss if I didn't. Based on my homeworking and conclusions that I've formed while and from doing it, my simple statement about the Arab-Israeli conflict is, again, that we have enough self-caused issues to which we don't need the Rashid Khalidis and the deterrence theorists adding. If you want a more-complex statement than that--in other words, the rest of my midterm homily--, keep reading. Now that I'm done the backgrounding work, I can break down the Arab-Israeli conflict in light of my class about it for you. 

Firstly, I will address the--and I say this with all due respect--ridiculous statement that "States cause war; wars cause states." Maybe states affect wars, and wars affect states; but neither states nor wars cause each other. Then who causes states and wars, you ask? As the Traditional Jewish Bible (that is, the Bible without the New Testament) states, Yehovah "form[eth] the light, and create[th] darkness; I make peace, and create evil; I am the LORD, that doeth all these things."

The same Yehovah, "[w]hen [He] gave to the nations their inheritance, when He separated the children of men, He set the borders of the peoples according to the number of the children of Israel. For the portion of the LORD is His people, Jacob the lot of His inheritance." Yehovah also guaranteed, through the prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah, "it shall come to pass, that as the chased gazelle, and as sheep that no man gathereth, they shall turn every man to his own people, and shall flee every man to his own land." For, "for fear of the oppressing sword they shall turn every one to his people, and they shall flee every one to his own land."

The old sayings go that safety is found in numbers and that family is one of the most imporant factors in a person's life. The sons and daughters of Adam have been and are still quickly carving out their respective nation states and returning to them in at least trickles, if not droves. For example, Syrian statelessness ended in 1947. Indians and Pakistanis finally had their own united states in the same year. The Czechs and Slovakians peacefully split up into Ceska Republika and Slovenska Republika  in 1991 (Let's face that they were geared to split up with the 1989 Velvet Revolution; the USSR fell on Christmas 1991, and--as I found out when double checking the 1991 date with the "CIA World Factbook"--, they had their respective constitutions well before New Year's Day 1993). The Bangladeshis became a reunited family with their own land twenty years before the Czechs and Slovakians became reunited, nation-stated families.

The final example of a reunited, nation-stated family who I'll give as an example is my own family--'am-Yisra'el b'Ha'Eretz Yisra'el--the People of Israel in the Land of Israel. Yehovah indeed kept His promise to "bring Israel back to his pasture, and he shall feed on Carmel and Bashan, and his soul shall be satisfied upon the hills of Ephraim and in Gilead. In those days, and in that time, saith the LORD, the iniquity of Israel shall be sought for, and there shall be none, and the sins of Judah, and they shall not be found; for I will pardon them whom I leave as a remnant." We were officially given our homeland back on May 14, 1948.

The foolish Arabs knew that, as Masada2000.org taught me (and for as much as they sometimes go too far). I used to fall hook-line-and-sinker for the idea that the Arabs are the "Palestinian" people. Then, as I looked at the Bible and sites like Masada2000.org, I learned the following--which brings me to the second point:

  1. Ishmael, one of the patriarchs of the Arabs, "hall be a wild ass of a man: his hand shall be against every man, and every man's hand against him; and he shall dwell in the face of all his brethren." Thus, Ishamel hates Isaac.
  2. Esau, who married his cousin who was a daughter of Ishmael, "saith: 'We are beaten down, but we will return and build the waste places'; thus saith the LORD of hosts: They shall build, but I will throw down; and they shall be called the border of wickedness, and the people whom the LORD execrateth for ever. And your eyes shall see, and ye shall say: 'The LORD is great beyond the border of Israel.'" Esau. like Ishamel, is one of the patriarchs of the Arabs. Esau has long hated Jacob, and the "Palestinians" complain that Israel "occupies" the land of "Palestine", which they have attempted to rebuild since the "Nabka".
  3. The Philistines are also patriarchs of the Arabs, and David has never been liked by Goliath.
Therefore, Yehovah stated, "They have roused Me to jealousy with a no-god; they have provoked Me with their vanities; and I will rouse them to jealousy with a no-people; I will provoke them with a vile nation." Because of our iniquities  He has roused and provoked us with the "Palestinians"--not a people, but a mix of peoples. Thus, concerning longstanding rivalries (the second point), the long-term rivalry between the "Palestinian" Arabs and Arabs goes as far back as Ishmael and Isaac down to Goliath and David--and is an example of why long-standing rivalries can and need to be used to study crises and wars.

As far as the narrative of the "Palestinians" goes in the Arab-Israeli conflict, then, the narrative affects the Arabs only in that the Arabs have chosen to believe themselves to be the "occupied Palestinians". As goes for any narrative in any conflict, a narrative affects any conflict only insofar as it is believed and perpetuated, whether or not it is a lie. Therefore, in the case of the "Palestinians", they have created an Anti-Israel lie with which they delude themselves and which they perpetuate.

They, therefore, are the suspicious "other" in Zionist identity, especially they make us to be the "other" and destroy us. They also, to this day, resent the Balfour Declaration, Points Declarations by Wilson, the Traty of Versailles, the Locarno Treaty, the King-Crane Commission, and --which really had no contradictions, but just disadvantages for "Palestinian" dominance and Anti Semitism.


They also hate that Yehovah used the Holocaust to motivate Jews, including David ben-Gurion, to get out of Europe and no longer "remain in all the places whither I have driven them", including Europe. They also resent that the refounding of Israel was an idea from 70 CE to 1892 CE, and that Theodore Herzl was the one who gave Proto Zionism the kickstarter jump to become Zionism. They can say that the Holocaust motivated the refounding of Israel all that they want, but they'll have to face history and when it judges them.

Also, their "Nabka" myths are not accurate. Jacob was given Canaan. Then, Moses led the Israelites into Canaan and Joshua to help the other Israelites conquer Canaan. After that, the 586 BCE and 70 CE Exiles happened, but yishuvim were still in the land and olim yishuvim quickly came back into the land. Only when Israel started to take "Palestine" fully back from 1892-1917 did the "Palestinians" have problems.

Thus, the "Palestinian"-Israeli rivalry endures, and rivalries within Pro-"Palestinian" and Pro-Israel communities endure. The Pro-"Palestinian" camp has different approaches on how to commit further Anti Semitism; the Pro-Israel camp has different approaches on how to stop the Pro-"Palestinian" and Anti-Semitic nonsense. For example, some "Palestinians" and Pro-"Palestinian" people are merely propagandists while some are active terrorists. As for the Pro-Israel camp, some Pro-Israel people are merely Philo-Semitic awareness raisers while some go as far--or even farther than--the late Meir Kahane.

The 1948 War or the "Nabka", for instance, was a huge part of that--that is, we Jews wanted to live back in our land peacefully; the "Palestinians" wanted to ragingly destroy us. To this day, though, the Anti Semites like Rashid Khalidi blame the Jews and call the 1948 Israeli victory the "Nabka", "oppression", "occupation", and "persecution" of "Palestinians". Meanwhile, I have no time for the likes of Rashid Khalidi. I also have no time for the likes of traitorous Zeev Maoz, who I will have to discuss later. I further have no time for the "Palestinian" and other infiltrators who invaded Sinai, the West Bank, and other areas--especially since the Anti-Semitic infiltrators became worse overtime.

Therefore, Israel did not do enough in the 1956 War. We shouldn't have let anyone buy Nasser's excuses about the Suez Canal, the "oppressive" Anglo-French forces, or the "Palestinian" infiltrators. Our problem is that we didn't take Nasser out right there and then, and we didn't take care of the "Palestinian" infiltrators who were trying to destroy us. We didn't learn from history--we didn't take out the Canaanites as we were supposed to, and now we didn't defend ourselves as much as we should have against our "Palestinian" enemies. This is also part of why we had to escalate--because we were still surrounded by our enemies and at risk of being destroyed at any time.

By the way, Nasser can also used the Gaza Raid as an excuse. I don't buy it. Zeev Maoz can call Israel the aggressive occupiers and oppressors of "Palestinians". I don't buy it. I also know that Nasser knew better because he tried to mess with us much less up until 1967, despite that other Anti-Semitic Arabs and other Anti Semites were calling him to do so. Even in 1962, the year of refounded Israel's entry into adulthood from teenagehood, Nasser didn't attack when he could have. He knew that "[n]o weapon that is formed against [Israel] shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their due reward from Me, saith the LORD". 

This, therefore, makes any psychological, brinkmanship, strategic rationality, institutional, and any other defense or attempt at defense of Nasser an excuse. Thus, in conclusion, it all boils down to "Palestinian" revisionism and Anti Semitism, and Israeli self defense.