Category Archives: Information war

Fighting BDS, Part I

The Boycott-Divestment-Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel has not been an effective economic weapon. It has had few victories and numerous defeats. I think that’s probably because market forces are stronger than ideological ones, at least among the populations that make … Continue reading

Posted in American politics, Information war, Jew Hatred | 3 Comments

Did Putin pull the trigger in Pittsburgh?

America is under (cognitive) attack, almost certainly by Russia. The threat is very real and has already done a great deal of damage. Americans have almost certainly already died as a result, and the eleven Jewish victims of the Pittsburgh … Continue reading

Posted in American Jews, American society, Information war, Jew Hatred, Terrorism | 2 Comments

Wasps and terrorists

When I was a teenager in the 1950s, I was a science fiction nut. I would load myself down with books and short story anthologies from the library and even spend actual money on pulp magazines. There were a few … Continue reading

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Our cognitive enemies

The missiles are falling all over Israel, their multi-ton payloads blasting the Jewish state, built at such great cost in human effort and blood over the past 70 years, to bits. I am not talking about physical missiles. They are … Continue reading

Posted in Information war, Israeli Politics, Post-Zionism | 2 Comments

How an ignorant blogger became a pro-Palestinian activist

Jaspreet Oberoi is a blogger who recently had an article published in Ha’aretz, entitled “From Punjab to Palestine: Why young Sikhs like me are becoming pro-Palestinian activists.” I read it with interest, because I would like to know too. I … Continue reading

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