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PM: If you're a powerful nation you can occupy and no one will care | The Times of Israel
“Power is the most important thing in foreign policy,” Army Radio quotes Netanyahu as saying.

“‘Occupation'” is nonsense,” he adds, scoffing at international characterization of Israel’s control over the Palestinians.

“There are powerful states that have occupied and transferred populations, and no one talks about them.”

“Strength changes everything and it changes our policy vis-a-vis countries in the Arab world,” he says, suggesting that the more powerful Israel gets, the less the world will care about its treatment of the Palestinians.
Netanyahu  Normalization  occupation  important 
12 days ago by elizrael
מעריב | ביחד עם המדינות הסוניות: ישראל משתתפת בכוח משימה בינלאומי נגד דאעש
ישראל ממשיכה להשתתף בכוח משימה בינלאומי מיוחד שפועל בירדן, ואשר חבריו חולקים מידע מודיעיני ומשתפים פעולה בתחום הצבאי - כך דיווח לאחרונה עלון החדשות הצרפתי "אינטליג'נס און ליין". על פי הידיעה מדובר בכוח משימה בהשתתפות נציגים של כוחות מיוחדים ואנשי מודיעין מ־21 מדינות, בהן ירדן, ארה"ב, גרמניה, בריטניה, צרפת, איטליה, ערב הסעודית, איחוד האמירויות, מצרים ועוד. שיתוף הפעולה הבינלאומי מופעל תחת השם GALLANT PHOENIX OPERATION
Israel  ISIS  Jordan  IDF  Normalization  Saudi-Arabia 
20 days ago by elizrael
Freedomain Radio -- #4223: A Window Into Hell Itself! Leftist Dating Nightmares... (MP3)
'If people grow up without a strong bond with their parents, without security, without sense of connection, love and safety, then they're needy, they're nervous, they're anxious about the world because they don't have a safe space to land. And if they're nervous about the world, rather than deal with their own family history they would rather make up demons within the world...you either deal with your own family history directly or you end up projecting your family history and it continues. So if you grew up without a sense of security, if you grew up being abused or belittled – and I can't imagine this is the first time this has happened in her life – then you either ascribe moral guilt to the people who deserve it, your abusers, as a child, or what happens is you project that sense of insecurity onto the world and then you see 'White Privilege', you see 'Patriarchy' and exploiters and so on, and you end up with perpetual anxiety that weakens you rather than strengthens you. In other words, if you don't deal with your childhood, you project it onto the world and it continues forever – you never get to escape your childhood unless and actually deal with it and put the moral blame where it should be which is the people who abused you as a child, usually your parents. -- ... She told him to be rougher. Quote: "Because I just wanted to build distance for myself during it." She now describes what happened as coercive sex.'
psychology  abuse  defencemechanisms  normalization  StefanMolyneux 
28 days ago by adamcrowe
Progressive Labels for Regressive Practices - Alfie Kohn
You see the pattern here. We need to ask what kids are being given to do, and to what end, and within what broader model of learning, and as decided by whom. If we allow ourselves to be distracted from those questions, then even labels with a proud progressive history can be co-opted to the point that they no longer provide reassurance about the practice to which the label refers.
pedagogy  corporatism  normalization  coopting  progressivism  rather-interesting 
4 weeks ago by Vaguery
trinker/textclean: Tools for cleaning and normalizing text data
Neat and feature-packed package for normalizing text data (including removing HTML tags, emoticons etc.)
text-analytics  r  package  text-mining  normalization  data-wrangling 
6 weeks ago by mjlassila
YouTube -- Freedomain Radio: Jim Carrey: Stop Apologizing! We Must Say YES to Socialism!
'During a recent appearance on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Hollywood actor Jim Carrey displayed his new "Nike" shoes and described them as "a salute to Colin Kaepernick" later even asserting that, "We have to say yes to socialism, to the word and everything. We have to stop apologizing." Stefan Molyneux does a deep dive into all things Jim Carrey and explains how an intelligent successful human being could still support the dangerous ideology of socialism.' -- "The way you avoid getting angry at your mother is you say 'Well, it happens to everyone.'" -- Muh anxious attachment
psychology  attachment  neglect  trauma  normalization  ideology  socialism  shame  narcissism  rkselectiontheory  StefanMolyneux 
9 weeks ago by adamcrowe

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