The Day of the Dhimmi is Done -
Michael Lumish, PhD, proprietor. (email@example.com)
I've just forced Tikkun Daily to blanket-IP-block the entirety of Philadelphia, apparently, by tearing their precious anti-Zionst, enabler of antisemites, David Harris-Gershon, to shreds in his latest screed.Half a dozen of my comments were deleted, and since I was on my phone I didn't get screen grabs. But it was good times. Heh.In particular, note his outrage against my alleged 'personal attacks' (I did no such thing there, aside from making a couple of obvious observations which didn't reflect well on the man), while the entirety of his response to the two remaining comments of mine still standing consist mainly of... personal attacks on me, and ad hominem arguments against a source (Adam Levick) I used.It's kind of disappointing in a way, actually. I was really hoping he'd be a strong opponent worth serious debate, but in the end he turned out to be nothing more than a silly tool, just like all the other BDSers out there...
At least there are some others there to confront him. He cannot delete all the comments. He seems very thin skinned, but he does not have the courage to engage in the dialogue he calls for. Instead he convinces himself that he is courageous and the other keyboard cowards praise him.He obfuscates from serious dialogue and serves as a propagandist for antisemitic elements. The effect of his one sided, Israel is always wrong, America sucks, too, kind of mentality, rather than helping Palestinians (who he holds to a lower moral standard), makes it harder to be a Jew on this planet.When I think of a moral narcissist his posts come to mind. Perhaps that is why he is so intolerant to allow criticism except superficially.
That's they guy wrote about how much he loves the family who murdered his wife.
Tried to murder. She was injured, and friends of hers were among the nine killed in the 2002 Hebrew University cafeteria terrorist bombing. As it turns out, I'm now going to attend one of Mr. Harris-Gershon's talks in my city in May, and have a discussion with him afterward over a couple of beers.Doing my part to live up to my own professed ideals. I'm like Governor Fred Picker in Primary Colors. Heh. I want us all to calm, and quiet, down, and talk to each other about things. I've admittedly been a massive failure at that at times, but every once in a while I surprise myself.Maybe it can do some good.