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Some positions are worth defending. Others are just foolishness.

Not a vegetative state at all.

Friends, I’ve been saddened recently by a resurgence in debates around the idea that “Science” is somehow better than the “Humanities” (including the Arts I suppose).

Listening to these highly educated, scientific thinkers talking about perceived flaws in the Humanities has reminded me of a sad truth:

The world will always contain a large population of highly intelligent stupid people.

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Top student 4 years in a row hey?

Friends, I have many controversial points of view and over the years I have made some statements that have confused some people.

Things like “there’s nothing wrong with paedophilia” and such.

A few of these well meaning individuals have asked me if I’m perhaps suggesting that it’s ok for adults to have sex with children.

So let me say right at the start that I do not think adults should be having any kind of sexual contact with children.

Although, I do think children should be having sex with each other.

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The awesomeness of this picture knows no bounds.

Hillary Clinton recently said that “American can’t create peace in the Middle East on its own”.

The truth of this statement becomes shockingly obvious when one considers that it’s America who has been supporting Israel’s destructive military ambitions for the last 60 years.

America certainly can’t create peace, when they are the ones funding the war.

Hey, America! Here’s a crazy idea: what if you didn’t give Israel two billion dollars in weapons every year or so? Maybe that would help the peace.

Just a thought.

Anyway, I need to qualify the title of this post, or rather divide it into two parts. I have no doubt, whatsoever, that the majority of the Israeli people do want a peaceful solution to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict.

However, I also have no doubt that the Israeli government does not want peace, at all.

I can imagine that a lot of people will disagree with this statement but let me ask you this:

What possible advantage would there be for the Likud Party if peace were to break out?

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