I came to Israel from France, and watch sadly how France is no longer a great country, but a banana republic of the Third World, still bloated with the arrogance and meanness that characterized its past President Charles de Gaulle.
On April 25, 1945, Soviet and American troops warmly embraced each other at the Elbe in Germany. The friendship between the two superpowers that existed then needs to be revived if the world’s greatest problems are to be solved.
As fear and uncertainty swirl around the Covid-19 epidemic, an invisible evil potentially lurking anywhere, protective measures like masks have taken on a talismanic quality, and a religion built on shaming ‘heretics’ is growing.
By any objective assessment, governments in the eastern half of Europe have dealt with the Covid-19 outbreak better than many in the west. Yet, because of deep-seated attitudes of superiority, few are giving credit where it’s due.
Exciting new findings suggest that the cure for the coronavirus may have been under our noses all this time. Evidence is emerging that the commonly used BCG vaccine appears to be protective against Covid-19.
The consequences of such a military confrontation would be dire and immediate, with more than 21 million barrels of oil removed from the global market instantaneously, and oil prices soaring—precisely the outcome needed to save US oil producers.
This is a bunch of officials better suited to the adventures of a children’s secret society, hiding their decision-making, which will continue to confuse us with conflicting instructions, and at the same time patting us on the head and commending us for our obedience.