Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Is Privacy Overrated?

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A new law proposal in Israel wants to place face detecting cameras in public spaces. The goal of the initiative is to help police reduce crime and violence levels. On the other hand, human rights organizations say that such cameras

Why Societies Change

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In an essay titled “Critique of Marxism in Light of the New Reality, and a Solution to the Question Regarding the Unification of All the Factions of the Nation,” published in June 1940, while the world was engulfed in the

England’s Freedom Day Reflects the Sorry State of the World

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Despite nearly 50,000 new confirmed cases daily and a rising pace of infection, despite 1,200 physicians backing a letter to The Lancet medical journal warning that “this decision is dangerous and premature,” and “provides fertile ground for the emergence of

Israel Won’t Buy Ben and Jerry’s New Flavor: Bitter Taste

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What is the connection between ice cream and politics? None. Except Ben & Jerry’s, the Vermont based international ice cream producer, has entered the fray. In a new lick of hatred towards Israel, the company announced that it would no

Is This Awful Summer the Best Summer of the Rest of Our Lives?

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I am not afraid of the pandemic; I am afraid that nature has started to relate to us the way we relate to it. It seems as though chaos has taken over the world. Natural disasters of unprecedented magnitude are

Should we give up our civil liberties to combat terrorism/ preserve national security?

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We need to reach a decision that security should be universal, i.e. all over the world. If we lack security, and find ourselves in war, violence or using forceful methods anywhere in the world instead of cooperation, then the safety

The Uniqueness of Human Development

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Physically, humans are very similar to other species of apes. In fact, we’re far less capable than other species: We’re much weaker, move slower, more susceptible to diseases, and we can’t climb trees. So how come we’ve become the “lords

The New President’s Very Important Mission

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The new president of the State of Israel, יצחק (בוז’י) הרצוג – Isaac Herzog, has taken upon himself a very important mission, not only for the State of Israel, but for the Jews all over the world, and indeed for the

Why are so many people who live in non-democratic countries and dictatorships hostile to the Western world?

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Many people who have been raised outside Western culture feel it as foreign because they see it as artificial and as an accumulation of several illusions. Much of the behavior among Westerners is distant from nature. For instance, Western culture

We Must Win the Race (against ourselves)

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We’re living through difficult times, no doubt. We seem to be in conflict with everyone and everything: family members, coworkers, within countries, between countries, against nature, and generally everywhere we look there is chaos. The only way to restore order

How would the world be different if Africans were never brought to the Americas at all, as salvers or otherwise?

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The world would be nearly the same, other than America of course, which would look and feel completely different. America would be more like a Western European nation, such as France, Germany and England. On one hand, America would be

What Really Can Solve Our Problems

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Siberian forests, of all places, are being consumed by fire; Germany, Belgium, the UK, and several other European countries, are drowning in floods in midsummer; British Columbia and Northwestern United States are still reeling from what is called a “heat