The plight of Christianity and Judaism is decline in the coming of the new era of the modern. Everything points to it and all the attempts to forestall that tend to backfire.
We might consider the way religions of one era pass away in the next. The outcome here is obvious: Judaism and Christianity are passing the demonic for reasons not obvious to secular humanists but clear enough by simple inspection.
These religions are no longer safe and should be abandoned. The case of Israel is so grotesque one wonders how anyone could take it seriously anymore. A kind of Zionist mafia seems to rule now, but one should caution jews of what nineteenth-century jews knew better: secularism means assimilation. I for one have no stake here and could cheerfully admit to be an outsider. But the determination to reinvent Judaism beyond its source isn’t going to work, and the whole thing gets more and more grotesque. The question of Israel’s right to exist is a quibble and lost cause. Better for the middle east to have never suffered such a curse as the corpse of Judaism, putrefying. The treatment of Palestine is a set of crimes against humanity.
Similar cautions stand from the case of Christianity. It is a degenerating religious ruin that is falling into the hands of right-wingers, and, again, the Zionists, who depend on keeping a rightwing Christianity in place to pay their bills.
Sscew up your courage and walk away from it, and don’t look back.
“If the United States is going to be a credible voice on human rights on the global stage, we must uphold international standards of human rights consistently.”