Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Venezuela’s Crisis

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What happens when a country collapses in a global world? And how does that, also, increase hatred towards Israel? 2.3 million people are fleeing Venezuela, half of whom are undernourished, as their economically depleted country faces a critical food shortage.

A Review of Anti-Semitism in America After the Unite the Right 2 Rally

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Let’s be realistic. The magnitude of racism and anti-Semitism in America cannot be measured by the low attendance at the recent Unite the Right 2rally, the one-year commemoration of the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, which had resulted in death and violence.

Global Interdependence Means No One Wins a Trade War

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The storm around the rapid deterioration of Turkey’s economy sent shock waves in financial markets — globally. In light of the worsening relations between Turkey and the U.S., and as a result of President Trump’s declaration of double caps on

Israel’s Existential Threats and the Nation-State Law

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It looked like a scene playing out in Gaza, but its location was the heart of Tel Aviv: Palestinian flags hoisted at Rabin Square protesting the recently passed Nation-State law. Israel’s democracy is being abused not used. When the intrinsic

Beyond Israel’s Nation State Law

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Israel’s nation-state law has clearly managed to touch a nerve for many around the world. My article about it drew a slew of both positive and negative comments. I will refer to one which was characteristic of most comments and also raised

Lessons from Hiroshima: From Weapons of Mass Destruction to a Weapon of Mass Connection

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The 73rd anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where two nuclear weapons killed at least 129,000 people—most of them civilians, with thousands more dying years later due to indirect injuries and radioactive exposure—is a worthy time for

Understanding China’s World Domination Complex

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“Looking back, my wife saved my life,” recalls my veteran Chinese student from Beijing. “On the night of June 4, 1989, I went to sleep in the student dormitories only because my wife insisted that I won’t spend the night

The Pursuit of Happiness and the Fading American Dream

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It is embedded in the deepest layers of American society. “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness,” is the founding creed from the Declaration of Independence that aims at fulfillment in life to all. In reality, however, this ideal does

Smartphone Era Demands We Bridge Tech-Generation Gap

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Studies conducted in different countries show dependency on smartphones is growing. France recently banned the use of smartphones in schools. The decision was made out of concern that students were becoming addicted to mobile-phone use. Will such restrictive moves solve

World Breastfeeding Week

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Breast Milk: Humanity’s Greatest Natural Asset As we head into World Breastfeeding Week (August 1-7, 2018), the US has just made breastfeeding in public legal in all 50 states. Hopefully, the new legislation will raise the importance of breastfeeding in

“Survival of the Richest” Depends on Them Saving Us All

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Have you heard about “the event”? Turns out “the event” is a codename for the systemic crisis approaching humanity in giant strides, a euphemism used by the world’s ultra-rich. Whether it will be triggered by an economic meltdown and massive

Fear of Death: What If There Is Life After Death?

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There is one thing we can be sure of in our lives: sooner or later, we will die. If there is such certainty about the fate of every person on this planet, why does the fear of death haunt humanity?