I’m wondering what I should write about next. Ideas:
1. The silence of “Peace and Social Justice” groups in Minnesota except when
Israel Jews are involved;
2. The lack of demographic information in Minneapolis crime reports;
3. The lack of reporting about how much Minneapolis and I as a city taxpayer will spend on the two stadiums;
4. The demographic changes in crime rates in Nordeast before, during, and after the Lowry Avenue bridge closing and reconstruction;
5. The Jews and Guns continued;
6. Minnesota Public Radio, e-Democracy, the Hennepin Theatre Trust;
7. The non-functioning Mayor of Minneapolis; and
8. The abysmal hypocrisy of anti-Zionist settlers of Indian lands.
That should be enough for next year. :-)
With decisions on the subject of marriage such as the one in Pennsylvania (found for plaintiffs with prejudice), lawyers in robes with unlimited power have nullified:
1. The Judeo-Christian moral standards upon which this country was founded;
2. The objective biological fact that only male-female couple have the ability to procreate;
3. The right of the People to make moral distinctions;
4. The right of the People to self-govern through referenda or their elected representatives;
5. The ability of children to grow up in a normal family with a mother and a father.
This is war, and if a progressive/peace activist/social justice activist/economic justice activist/slutwalker/identity feminist/gender studies professor/leftist/anarchist/LGBTXYZ/multicultist/nihilist/atheist/postmodernist ever gives you any crap, remind them, to their face at mere inches that
If they call you a racist or homophobe, or a bigot, you can say:
“Your opinion is just that, it signifies nothing. It is less than sh*t: at least sh*t can be useful as fertilizer. Other than that, you are a racist and anti-Semite, a Jew hater, a bigot.”
Then, without another word, turn and walk away. This technique is also useful with racists, anti-western nihilists, and anti-Israel jihad supporters.
No person shall wilfully disturb, interrupt, or disquiet any assembly of people met for religious worship, by profane discourse, by rude and indecent behavior, or by making a noise either within the place of worship, or so near it as to disturb the order and solemnity of the meeting…
You have been so advised, Mr. Herskovitz. Be guided accordingly.
Advice to the Oakland Jew haters interfering with foreign commerce:
Whoever in any way or degree obstructs, delays, or affects commerce or the movement of any article or commodity in commerce … or commits or threatens physical violence to any person or property in furtherance of a plan or purpose to do anything in violation of this section shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.
Just thought I’d let you know.
I presented a question at the JPride booth at the “Twin Cities Pride Festival” with whom a number of local Jewish communal organizations collaborate .
A male couple goes to a kosher caterer who is an Orthodox Jew. The same sex couple wants the caterer to cater their wedding. The Orthodox Jewish owner says that he will not participate in such behavior, for it is treif. The same sex couple file a complaint with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights who subsequently finds for the couple, a court order is issued, however, the Jewish caterer refuses.
I then asked: Who would you side with, the same sex couple or the Jewish caterer? Would you be willing to sent the Jew to jail? The answer from one of the women was to side with the same sex couple and the Jewish caterer should go to jail. After her egregious statement, I – a yarmulke wearing Jew – told to the woman she is the kind of Jew that would send me to a camp. Since they are representing JPride, and Jewish organizations collaborate with JPride, is this their official position as well? I sent emails to the JCRC, Sabes JCC, and the Minneapolis Federation. Knowing the JCRC issued a statement against the constitutional amendment in Minnesota to preserve normal marriage – in effect abrogating normative Jewish moral standards – I wonder what their response will be.
I presented the same question to the Libertarian Party. Keegan Iversen, the Libertarian Party candidate for State Auditor, answered my question: the Jewish caterer is IIRC an asshole and a bigot for not complying with the wishes of the customer. I was taken aback by the accusation of Mr. Iversen towards the hypothetical Jewish caterer. It turns out that one of his relatives is a homosexual. I responded that I want to know the position of the LP, not his own personal opinion. It is the apparent position of the LP that both parties are assholes: the religious Jew who refused to cater and the complainant who knew the caterer would refuse. I would have reminded the designee of the Libertarian Party that he espoused bigotry against Jews, and if Libertarians are – in theory, anyway – such strident constitutionalists and lovers of freedom, the Minnesota Constitution  is very clear on the rights of the Jewish caterer:
The right of every man to worship [G-d] according to the dictates of his own conscience shall never be infringed; nor shall any man be compelled to attend … or support any place of worship, or to maintain any religious … ministry, against his consent; nor shall any control of or interference with the rights of conscience be permitted …
Moving on, the openly eliminationist and genocidal Jew haters at the Anti War Committee had not much of a table. Their literature spoke to their ongoing support for jihadists and blood libels. Nothing new there. I didn’t argue with them this time. There’s no point.
Christians from a consortium of churches were giving away corn and water with New Testament verses printed on the labels in front of First Baptist on Hennepin Avenue – as long as you sat at a table and talked to the volunteer evangelists. I did not eat the corn or drink the water.
Somalis were nowhere to be seen. They refused to take part in such kufr and shirk (as the case may be) which cannot be said for Keith Ellison. Also present to pay homage were Amy Kloubuchar, Al Franken (when I said hello to him, I addressed him as “Stuart” and “Mr. Smalley”), Betty McCollum, Raymond Rybak, and Matt Entenza – all of whom were in the parade or working the crowd.
Aside from the acceptance of the nihilism and anti-Semitism of Queers on Parade, it’s the Jewish communal organizations that allege to represent all Jews in Minnesota that are a serious problem. They are accountable to the entirety of Minnesota Jews, not just the Jewish Auxiliary of the DFL Party .
Note:I have received no response from Sabes JCC, where I contributed money through payroll deduction, nor from the Minnesota JCRC, nor the Minneapolis Federation.
 Adath Jeshurun Synagogue, Amos and Celia Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School, Bet Shalom Congregation, Beth El Synagogue, Beth Jacob Congregation, Hillel, Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, Jewish Community Action, Jewish Family Service of St. Paul, Jewish Federation of Greater St Paul, Jewish Recovery Network, Mayim Rabim Congregation, Minneapolis Jewish Federation, Mount Zion Temple, NCJW Minneapolis, Or Emet, Sabes JCC, Shir Tikvah Congregation, Sholom, St. Paul JCC, Talmud Torah of Minneapolis, Talmud Torah of St. Paul, Temple Israel, Temple of Aaron, and TC Jewfolk.
 Minnesota Constitution, as amended: Article I, Section 16.
 Generally, Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist Jews.