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Palestinian minister dies at West Bank protest


PA minister Ziad Abu

West Bank protest where Palestinian minister Ziad Abu Ein died

The Palestinian minister in charge of the Settlements and Annexation Wall portfolio died Wednesday shortly after being hit and shoved by Israeli soldiers during a protest near Ramallah, witnesses and officials in the Palestinian Authority said.

A Palestinian witness at the protest told Haaretz that he saw an officer from the Border Police hit Minister Ziad Abu Ein with the butt of his gun and kick him. Eyewitness reports that Abu Ein died after being hit by policeman have been disputed, including by Israeli journalists present at the scene.

Channel 10 correspondent Roy Sharon tweeted on Wednesday, “If I’m not blind, then there was no rifle-butt strike, certainly not a significant or intentional one. I was standing next to him.”

According to reports in Israeli media, the army believes Abu Ein suffered a heart attack, but is continuing to investigate.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced three days of mourning and halted all contacts and security coordination with Israel. Abu Ein will be buried Thursday, and an autopsy is being conducted.

Abu Ein, a prominent member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, was taking part in the protest held as part of the struggle of Palestinian villages Turmusiya and Al Mugheir against the illegal settlement outpost of Adei Ad, which has taken control of their land and prevented them from cultivating it.

Palestinian minister Ziad Abu Ein (L) scuffles with an Israeli border policeman near the West Bank city of Ramallah December 10, 2014. Photo by Reuters

To mark International Human Rights Day, Israeli rights group Yesh Din on Wednesday petitioned the High Court of Justice to evacuate the outpost.

The minister fainted and a Palestinian Authority ambulance evacuated him from the scene, in the village of Turmusiya, to the hospital in the nearby Palestinian city of Ramallah. He died en route. Abu Ein suffered from diabetes and high blood pressure, his family said.

The army has launched an investigation into the circumstances if Abu Ein’s death. According the IDF, an altercation erupted between Israeli soldiers and Border Police officers and Palestinians. Israeli forces fired tear gas and stun grenades at the protesters.

Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat called the death of Abu Ein “another example of Israel’s vicious and arrogant actions committed against the Palestinians.”

“Our brother Ziad was killed while marking the International Human Rights day by planting olive trees to symbolize the hope for both peace and justice,” Erekat said in a statement. “This a clear example of how the culture of impunity granted to Israel by the International community permits it to continue in committing crimes against the Palestinian people.”

He called on the international community to protect the Palestinians from “the crimes of an Israeli government full of settlers and extremists.”

Palestinian Minister Ziad Abu Ein at a protest in the West Bank on December 10, 2014. Photo by Chaim Levinson

Erekat also said that the Israeli government bears full responsibility for the minister’s death.

“The Palestinian leadership is currently weighing its response,” Erekat said.

About one month ago, a Palestinian man was shot and killed by Israeli army gunfire in the Al-Arroub area between Bethlehem and Hebron.

According to the IDF, troops came under threat during clashes in the area and decided to open fire.

The Palestinians reported the youth, 21-year-old Mohammed Amad Jawabra, was hit by a bullet to the chest, which exited through his back. He was rushed to a Hebron hospital, but died of his wounds a short time later.

In another incident the same day, a Palestinian sustained serious wounds from IDF gunfire in the South Hebron Hills area.

Palestinian Minister Ziad Abu Ein at a protest in the West Bank on December 10, 2014. Photo by AFP

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I$raHell and Anti-Gentile Traditions


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Israel Shahak’s theory that anti-Gentile traditions have influenced Israeli policy is well known in both Arab and anti-Semitic circles, but Jews have yet to properly confront it.

Despite its title, Israel Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion (1994) is not your average intro-to-Judaism book.

It is more likely to be found in a Muslim day school in Damascus than a Jewish day school in New York, more likely to be cited on a neo-Nazi website, than your local synagogue’s.

Shahak’s book is an overview of Judaism and Zionism, which focuses on Jewish anti-Gentile traditions. Though he recognizes that many of these teachings are no longer authoritative, Shahak believes that they have, nonetheless, had a profound influence on the development of Jewish identity over the centuries. Most importantly, he believes that they have seeped into Zionist ideology and have affected the way Israel interacts with its non-Jewish citizens and neighbors.

Shahak, a Holocaust survivor who died in 2001, was for many years a professor of chemistry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He also led the Israeli Civil Rights League from the mid-1970s until 1990. In Israel, he was a controversial figure, but he was revered by the international left as a tireless advocate for human rights.

Are Jewish Lives Worth More?

In Jewish History, Jewish Religion Shahak brings numerous texts and legal rulings to demonstrate Jewish antipathy to non-Jews. He mentions a passage from the Talmud that says that Jesus will be punished in hell by being immersed in boiling excrement. He relates that Jewish tradition teaches pious Jews to burn copies of the New Testament and curse the mothers of the dead when passing non-Jewish cemeteries. Shahak highlights the famous passage from Leviticus commanding Jews to “love thy neighbor as thyself” and mentions that, according to rabbinic interpretation, “thy neighbor” refers only to Jews.

Shahak further suggests that the Jewish tradition values Jewish life more than Gentile life. He cites Maimonides’ assertion that whereas one who murders a Jew is subject to the death penalty, one who murders a non-Jew is not  (Mishneh Torah, Laws of Murder 2:11). According to another leading commentator, indirectly causing the death of a non-Jew is no sin at all (Rabbi Yoel Sirkis, Bayit Hadash, commentary on Bet Yosef, Yoreh Deah 158).

Shahak reiterates the well-known Jewish teaching that the duty to save a life supersedes all other obligations and notes that the rabbis interpreted this to apply to Jews only. According to the Talmud, “Gentiles are neither to be lifted [out of a well] nor hauled down [into it]” (Tractate Avodah Zarah, 26b). Maimonides writes: “As for Gentiles with whom we are not at war…their death must not be caused, but it is forbidden to save them if they are at the point of death; if, for example, one of them is seen falling into the sea, he should not be rescued, for it is written: ‘neither shalt thou stand against the blood of thy fellow’–but [a Gentile] is not thy fellow” (Mishneh Torah, Laws of Murder 4:11).

Indeed, Maimonides is the focus of much of Shahak’s analysis. Shahak believes that the 12th-century philosopher and talmudist was a Gentile-hater and racist. He quotes Maimonides’ statement that, “their [the Turks and the blacks] nature is like the nature of mute animals, and according to my opinion they are not on the level of human beings” (Guide For the Perplexed, Book III, Chapter 51).

Practical Ramifications

Shahak recognizes that many of these traditions are not followed in practice, but he believes that, in general, they have been covered up, instead of confronted. In support of this claim, he refers to another a violent passage from Maimonides that is not translated in the bilingual addition of the Guide published in Jerusalem in 1962. He sees this as a deliberate deception on the part of the editors to soften classical Jewish militancy. His own English translation of the passage, which discusses the command to kill Jewish infidels reads: “It is a duty to exterminate them with one’s own hands. Such as Jesus of Nazareth and his pupils, and Tzadoq and Baitos [the founders of the Sadducees] and their pupils, may the name of the wicked rot.”

According to Shahak, Jewish “traditions of contempt” infiltrated Zionism and have affected Israeli policy towards its Arab citizens and the Palestinians. He cites three main areas where he believes this has occurred: residency rights, employment rights, and equality before the law.

As an example, he mentions that 92% of Israel’s land is legally restricted to Jews. While in other countries it would be labeled anti-Semitic if a policy excluded Jews from living on or owning land, in the Israeli context Jews tolerate it.  He adds that based on the distinction in classical Judaism between reverence for Jewish cemeteries and not for non-Jewish ones, the state of Israel has destroyed hundreds of Muslim cemeteries, including one in order to build the Hilton Hotel in Tel Aviv. 

Perhaps most disturbingly, Shahak cites a booklet published by the Central Regional Command of the Israeli Army which states that it is permissible, and even encouraged, to kill civilians encountered in war. “In war, when our forces storm the enemy, they are allowed and even enjoined by the Halakhah to kill even good civilians, that is, civilians who are ostensibly good.” In a footnote, Shahak mentions that this booklet was withdrawn from circulation on the command of the Chief of Staff, but he nonetheless, believes that even the brief appearance of such a text can only be explained by an accurate assessment of the inequality in Jewish tradition between the lives of Jews and non-Jews.

Jews Have Ignored Shahak’s Work, Others Haven’t

Whatever your opinion of Shahak and his arguments, Jewish History, Jewish Religion should be taken seriously for a number of reasons.

For one, the texts that Shahak cites are real (though Shahak’s sporadic use of footnotes makes it difficult to check all of them). Oftentimes, the interpretation of these texts is debatable and their prominence in Judaism negligible, but nonetheless, they are part of Jewish tradition and, therefore, cannot be ignored. And, indeed, they are not ignored. As alluded to above, Shahak’s work is very popular in both Arab and Muslim circles (Radio Islam contains the full text of Shahak’s work) as well as groups that are often openly anti-Semitic (David Duke and Bradley Smith include Shahak’s book on their websites).

Others use Shahak’s work in their presentation of Judaism, and that fact alone should make it relevant to contemporary Jews.

Shahak was an ardent secularist and anti-Zionist, but he wrote his book as a challenge to Jews to engage the chauvinist, dehumanizing elements of Jewish tradition and to help create a self-critical and sensitive modern Judaism. It’s true that he combed the rabbinic tradition in search of hateful passages, often–though by no means always–misinterpreting them and taking them out of context, but this may be beside the point.

Jewish texts exist that can be–and are–understood to be vehemently xenophobic. These texts must be openly and honestly grappled with, explained, and if necessary, repudiated.




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Report: Naziyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law

Naziyahu tells Likud hareidi leader Hebrew calendar will be official calendar of state in new Basic Law, Jewish law basis of legal system.

By Ari Yashar

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reportedly revealed at a Likud conference on Wednesday some remarkable facets of the Basic Law he submitted last Thursday, which would enshrine Israel’s status as the nation-state of the Jewish people.

Netanyahu told the head of Likud’s hareidi division Yaakov Vider at the conference that he intends to make the Hebrew calendar, which is based on Jewish law, the official calendar of Israel, reports Kikar Hashabat.

The new law also would establish the Talmud, the core work of Jewish law, as an official basis for Israeli state law.

“I’m going to personally be involved in the law defining the state of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people,” Netanyahu reportedly told Vider. “It’s a very important law that will influence how Israel will look in the future.”

“I want to anchor in this law, that it will be a Basic Law that the state of Israel arose and exists on the basis of the Torah and the Jewish tradition,” Netanyahu explained, promising to define the Hebrew calendar as the official state calendar.

Netanyahu also promised that “we will define in the law the Gemara as a basis for the Israeli legal system,” referencing the Jewish legal text analyzing the Mishnah, a legal work of the Jewish sages, which together form the Talmud.

Discussing the new Basic Law on Sunday in a cabinet meeting, Netanyahu stated “the existence of the State of Israel as a Jewish state does not actualize itself enough in our Basic Laws, which is what the proposed law aims to fix.”

Netanyahu stressed the law would not restrict the rights of non-Jewish citizens of Israel. He further dismissed opposition to the law by leftist MKs, foremost among them Justice Minister Tzipi Livni who pledged to block the law.

“They want a Palestinian national state to be built beside us, and to turn the State of Israel, meanwhile, into a bi-national state, Jewish-Arab, within our restricted borders,” Netanyahu argued, saying the new Basic Law would prevent such a situation.


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Palestine: Amnesty International accuses Nazi regime of war crimes

A Palestinian man reacts in front of the remains of a mosque, which witnesses said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike. — Reuters/File
A Palestinian man reacts in front of the remains of a mosque, which witnesses said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike. — Reuters/File

Zio-Nazi military committed war crimes during its Gaza offensive this summer and must be investigated, human rights monitor Amnesty International said on Tuesday.

The destruction of four multi-story buildings during the last four days of the 50-day war were in breach of international humanitarian law, the group said in a report.

“All the evidence we have shows this large-scale destruction was carried out deliberately and with no military justification,” said Philip Luther, director of Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa programme.

“War crimes must be independently and impartially investigated and those responsible should be brought to justice in fair trials.”

Evidence including statements by the Israeli military at the time indicate the attacks were “a collective punishment against the people of Gaza” designed to destroy their livelihoods, Luther added.

There was no immediate reaction to the Amnesty statement from Nazi authorities.

However, Jerusalem has refused to cooperate with a United Nations inquiry into possible war crimes during the conflict, accusing it of bias.

Nazi army has launched a series of criminal investigations into incidents in the war, including the shelling of a UN school that medics said killed at least 15 people and the bombing of a beach where four children died.

Critics, however, have said that the investigations by Nazi regime will not be independent.

More than 2,100 Palestinians, most of them civilians, were killed in the war between Nazi regime and Hamas-led militants, which ended on August 26. On the Israeli side 73 people were killed, 67 of them soldiers.

Militant facilities

One of the landmark buildings destroyed was the Municipal Commercial Centre in Rafah, which contained a shopping mall, a medical clinic and offices, and provided livelihoods for hundreds of families, the Amnesty International report said.

Residents of the buildings about to be destroyed were warned to leave by the Nazi military, but that they did not have time to salvage important belongings, it added.

Scores of people from nearby buildings were injured, and hundreds lost their homes, according to the rights group.

Nazi authorities had said that one building housed a command centre of the Palestinian movement Hamas, and that another had “facilities linked to Palestinian militants”, according to the report.

However, Luther said the military still “had an obligation to choose means and methods of attack that would minimise harm to civilians and their property”.

“The Israeli army have previously conducted air strikes on specific apartments in high-rise buildings without their complete destruction,” he added.

The rights group said it had sent its findings about the air strikes to Nazi authorities with questions about why each attack was carried out, but had not received an adequate response.

The report called for Amnesty International and other rights groups to be allowed access to Gaza and for the UN inquiry to be allowed “to conduct its investigation without hindrance”.

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BREAKING: Nazi Occupation Killed Palestinian Minister Ziad Abu Ain

  • Palestinian Minister Ziad Abu Ain Killed by Israeli Occupation Forces
  • Palestinian Minister Ziad Abu Ain Killed by Israeli Occupation Forces

The head of the Palestinian Authority committee against the separation wall and settlements died Wednesday after Israeli soldiers assaulted him in a village near Ramallah, committee sources said.

Minister Ziad Abu Ain died after an Israeli soldier beat him on the chest with his helmet in the village of Turmsayya in the Ramallah district, the director of the committee’s information center, Jamil al-Barghouthi, told Ma’an.

Abu Ein also suffered severe tear gas inhalation as Israeli soldiers fired canisters in the area.

A Palestinian security source told AFP that Israeli forces beat Abu Ein with the butts of their rifles and their helmets during a protest march.

He lost consciousness and was taken to Ramallah Public Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Ziad Abu Ein, a minister without portfolio, was rushed by ambulance from the scene, in the village of Turmusiya, but died en route to the nearby Palestinian city of Ramallah.

Violent clashes occurred overnight between Jewish and Palestinian in the Shilo area. The clashes occurred after the settlers threw stones at cars and destroyed olive trees.

Following the clashes, the council heads of several Palestinian villages in the West Bank as well as the Yesh Din organization petitioned Israel’s High Court to evacuate a nearby Jewish settlement, saying that it “serves as a center of illegal activity with the goal of expelling Palestinians from their land.”

Developing Story…

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Congress is expected to release its much-anticipated report on CIA torture after 9/11




The “torture report,” which took years to produce, charts the history of the CIA’s “Rendition, Detention and Interrogation” program, which President George W. Bush authorized after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

It’s going to be a doozy. Reuters reports that “graphic details about sexual threats and other harsh interrogation techniques the CIA meted out to captured militants will be detailed by a Senate Intelligence Committee report on the spy agency’s anti-terror tactics.”

+ “The report … describes how senior al-Qaida operative Abdel Rahman al Nashiri, suspected mastermind of the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole, was threatened by his interrogators with a buzzing power drill.”

+ The White House has beefed up security at U.S. installations in preparation for backlash against Americans around the world.

+ The report hasn’t even been released yet, but former Bush and CIA officials are already pushing back against it.

+ This fantastic 2007 New Yorker story lifted the curtain on the U.S. torture regime.

+ Should the U.S. ever consider providing torture reparations

Protests continue across America in response to the Eric Garner grand jury decision
MicAlmost a week after a New York grand jury decided not to indict a police officer for the death of Eric Garner, nationwide protests against police brutality and racial injustices show no signs of slowing.

+ Demonstrations continued in full force over the weekend in New YorkBerkeley and Oakland, California, ChicagoBostonMiamiLas VegasLos AngelesWashington, D.C.New Orleans and other cities.

+ The U.S. should take a cue from the rest of the world and get rid of the grand jury system.

+ Most white Americans want Eric Garner’s killer indicted — but not Michael Brown’s.

+ Unarmed people of color killed by police, 1999-2014.

+ If you haven’t already, watch the hilariously awkward Ferguson sketch that Saturday Night Live didn’t air this weekend.

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Watch: Why you should support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) Movement


In 2005, Palestinian civil society issued a call for a campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel until it complies with international law and Palestinian rights. A truly global movement against Israeli impunity and apartheid is rapidly emerging in response to this call.With the United States firmly under the control of Israel through its agents and stooges in the Congress, and the Arab states lacking the will and capability to stand up to Israel, the BDS movement is the the only game in town and, as the animation above explains, it is beginning to have an impact.

The politicians won’t fight for justice, but you, ordinary citizen, can make a difference.

Please watch and share the animation about BDS, narrated by Rafeef Ziadah. And then kindly take a look at the BDS appeal page and make a donation. Anyone who donates more than USD 100 will receive an exclusive t-shirt inspired by the artwork in the animation.

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NATO Prepositions Weapons In Poland for Attack on Russia


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On July 24th, the Times of London did not headline as this news-report is headlined, but instead headlined much more obscurely, Russia fears prompt Nato to look east for HQ. Of course, people in the West tend not to care a lot about what Russia fears. They also dont care much about whether Nato, or actually NATO [its an acronym and so is supposed to be all-caps], would look east for HQ. So, this news-report did not garner much attention as it was, indeed, not intended to.

Online (where the critical, analytical, readers increasingly are), it received even less, because that newspaper isnt online, except for its subscribers people who are willing to pay for such poor journalism as the Times; i.e, pay to read corporations PR presented in the form of news reports.

The lengthiest excerpt from the article thats online is at NATOs own site, the PR delivered straight from the horses mouth, which posting there is certainly validation that the article represents NATOs position accurately, even if it does so in appropriately vague terms. (Of course, thats not appropriate for readers, but for NATO, which is the weapons-manufacturers trade-organization, thats being served in this news story.)

It reports that a military base in eastern Europe will be placing supplies weapons, ammunition and ration packs at the headquarters” [what headquarters? Its the first usage of this term there, and yet doesnt say] to enable a sudden influx of thousands of Nato troops to be ready for action in the event of a crisis. Furthermore, the leading contender [for the headquarters, though the vaguely written article doesnt explicitly say so] is Multinational Corps Northeast, in Szczecin, Poland. … It would be a 24/7 fully functioning headquarters that forces [what forces, whose forces?] could quickly fall in on to respond rapidly when needed.

This is a vague way of saying that the prepositioned weapons there would be for forces who are rushing in to grab their weapons and invade Russia at a moments notice. The vague assumption embodied here is that this would be a defensive invasion against an offensive Russia. The news-report is written for people who have that assumption about NATOs being defensive, and who do not worry that they might have been fooled into believing it, but the report builds upon that unquestioning assumption on the readers part. By this implicit instead of explicit means, the article is saying that to call NATO a purely defensive organization isnt a lie which it actually is but is instead a perfectly reasonable assumption for intelligent people to hold (despite all historical evidence to the contrary); and that, consequently the idea of NATOs increasingly surrounding Russia with its missiles is purely a defensive measure, nothing for Russians to find terrifying.

The shift in posture is being proposed by General Philip Breedlove, Natos top commander in Europe.

In other words, to decode this corporate PR yet further, the American General, Breedlove, who is the organizations top commander regarding a war against Russia, has proposed this forward quick-strike(or, as Hitler called it blitzkrieg) base, and all of the weapons-manufacturing and sales that would be servicing the base, which the article says would be for “pre-positioned supplies, pre-positioned capabilities and a basing area ready to rapidly accept follow-on forces, to invade Russia (since, after all, that would require the biggest-possible military sales, which is what NATO is for).

In order to provide the articles readers with authoritative support for its unmentioned and unquestioned assumption that NATO isnt aggressive, the article quotes an unnamed Nato official as asserting: “The Russians have decided that they are willing to use force to achieve their aims . . . and that breaks with 25 years of building a security structure in Europe built around certain fundamentals. That unquestioned assertion is, in turn, based upon a gross falsification of the history of what has happened in Ukraine this year, including of the populist-backed return of Crimea to Russia, because Russia had donated Crimea to Ukraine in 1954 and the residents there had not been consulted about the matter and still consider themselves to be Russians, and now are officially Russians, which they overwhelmingly want to be.

So, NATO is surrounding Russia with hostile forces (largely on the basis of lies about Russias aggression against Crimea), which are dedicated to hostility toward Russia, and yet its presumed (certainly by the gullible readership of the Times and of Rupert Murdochs other rags) to be defensive, not offensive in nature, against Russia.

When Russias predecessor, the Soviet Union, similarly prepared to position nuclear missiles near America, in Cuba, in 1962, U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was willing to lead America to nuclear war against the Soviet Union if they went ahead with their plan. So, why is Russias leader Vladimir Putin waiting this long to do the same, even after his nation is already surrounded with NATOs hostile weapons (like the U.S. never was by the Soviet Unions weapons), even decades after the Soviet Union and its communist ideology have ended and there is no longer any justification for NATOs existence other than as Western arms-makers marketing organization?

Isnt it time, then, for Russias President Putin to demand the West (actually NATO, the trade-organization of U.S. and European military suppliers) to stop doing this horrendous thing, and NATO itself either to disband or to admit Russia into its membership so that the new NATO wont threaten WW III nuclear war?

How long will Putin wait, because NATO is already now a hot threat against not only Russia but the entire world; there will be only losers in a nuclear war; and those losers will be not only all humans, but all animals of all sorts, and all of posterity, all in order to sell these tons of weapons today.

Terminating NATO, or else admitting Russia into it, is essential for the future of the world, and so Putin should demand it now, just as JFK demanded an end to missiles-in-Cuba in 1962.

The future of the world should not be subordinated to the wills of the chief stockholders in companies such as Raytheon and Lockheed Martin.

That news-report in the Times was published on July 24th, and yet only on December 5th was its meaning introduced online (which is where the critical audience increasingly is). Professor Michel Chossudovsky headlined America is on a Hot War Footing: House Legislation Paves the Way for War with Russia? and he placed the Times article into its broader context to show that, yes, indeed, NATO is gearing up for an invasion of Russia. The marketing plan is a great success.

Why, then, was that Times article so obtusely written and so boringly headlined? Once the new forward-strike headquarters is up and running just a stones throw away from Russia, there is bound to be public discussion of whats happening and why. But, by then it will already be too late. More than four months have already passed and the world still hasnt noticed whats happening; so, NATO can say, But, we announced it on July 24th. No, they didnt. The news was buried, just like NATO wants to bury Russia.

Anyone who does not think that the U.S. is leading the global fascist charge now, just as Germany was doing in the 1940s, doesnt understand what is happening, nor why.

Its happening.

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