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Historian 14/01/05(Sun)14:13 No. 14095
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umm... holy shit?

http://www.globalwebpost.com/farooqm/study_res/einstein/nyt_orig.html

tell me this isn't real? anyways, herut merged into likud in 1988 apparently, about 25-26 years ago, likud being the current reigning party under netenyahu


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Historian 14/01/05(Sun)22:09 No. 14096

What's the big deal, OP? It is obvious to everyone with eyes and a brain that the corporate entity of Israel took to heart all the wrong lessons from Hitler's Gestapo. So Albert Einstein signed a sensible petition calling for a little actual logic and humanity? It is almost certain that the signer was not "the" Albert Einstein. Not exactly a rare name among the Ashkenazim, you know. If it HAD been the actual Professor E=MC2, the name would not have been buried in the middle of the column.


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Historian 14/01/06(Mon)11:11 No. 14097

except that based on the other significant names, it's unlikely at all that they'd resort to such tricks with their own massive reputations on the line, because they're against lying and so on


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Historian 14/02/02(Sun)09:36 No. 14122

If you want to know what Einstein thought about... Pretty much everything on earth, there is plenty to read. He was not silent on anything, and wrote a ton of letters, speeches, articles, etc, which detail his many also extremely logical thoughts on matters of the world. A fine sampler is the popular collection "ideas and opinions", by the author.

If you're even remotely interested in what he actually thought or meant by anything he said or did, read his own words, don't let people cherry pick and create their own interpretations of what he thought and attempt to spread those as more valid than his own. Watch out for that shit. That site reads like a tabloid because it is one.


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Historian 14/10/15(Wed)06:03 No. 14444

What do you mean "tell me this isn't real"? How the hell can you take exception to it, unless you don't understand what's being written?


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Historian 14/10/16(Thu)13:40 No. 14449

>>14122

oh I actually like it, I'll check out "ideas and opinions" sometime, I mostly checked out quotes in wikiquote and other quote sites a couple years ago on various characters/people/figures/whatever, so I'm half-confident I've got the right impression but I'm definitely interested in getting it right

anyways, the "tell me this isn't real" thing was actually me saying "pinch me am I dreaming?" I'd been aware of some brutal behaviour by israel to gaza for some time and was happy to finally find some information that puts zionism on the backfoot through appeals to authority, as well as examples of people who didn't hold to it's views that it would claim to represent


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Historian 14/11/29(Sat)17:52 No. 14474

yes, ablert einstien was a legimate socialist, mostly pacifist, and dedicated anti-facist.

There is no diffrence between the origins of what is now likud, and litteral facism, this is a fact.

>It is almost certain that the signer was not "the" Albert Einstein.

if it was not, then it echos his known sentiments exactly.

Zionism is litterally Jewish National Socialism, while the left zionism might have been far more on the socialist side, the founders of likud's only critique against actual Fascism was "it was against the jews, otherwise we'd support it",

Einstien was a labor zionist, that broke pretty early against zionism as a whole, for obvious reasons.



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