Rising anti-semitism

There are people in Indiana who seemed to have no idea what the world is about. They decided that state-funded schools should not be able to put up a statue honoring the ten commandements. First of all why on earth would a school want to do that? They could also promote it with movies or in class and spending the money for something that has to do with humans outside of the US. Second of all i wonder what they were thinking in the republican party when letting the division of powers fall into such obvious governing mistakes. Letting Supreme Court convince you that a statue against the ten commandements is unconstitutional.

Amendment I - Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression. Ratified 12/15/1791.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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Why is anti-semitism important to watch out for?
-it is a barometer in history for untolerance (no matter what reason)
-the ten commandements are one of the oldest and straight forward deals in history. (dont forget extremely profitable ;))
-jews may be parasites on society, but we are all that.

Why is anti-semitism not important to watch out for?
-there are lots of small ancient tribes around the world, these just happened to end up in Europe.
-the tribe now has a state, with they like very much. esspecially the orthodox religious jews. The are allowed to stay out of the army, while the rest of the state does provide with younglings.
-Orthodox jews are making the world worse. Jerusalem is one of the last places on earth where socities hold so much value to land, equally and pretty respectfully. (It's not like israeli armies marched into palestine like england and france pierced afrika, or the netherlands shipped off africans.
-It is mostly orthodox jews that talk about anti-semitism. They are bollocks.
-They are still a tribe, possibly the last barbarians....i consider it a good thing, considering tribal society was and probably is much happier then sedentary.
-As said, the jewish problem is a long one, they certainly build-up endurance, but there are more pressing matter's then noticing anti-semitism on the streets. Maybe you can just call it abuse, violence, youth-related, parent-related, education-related. Eventually it is just another matter for the state to solve, because it is against the rules.
-There is no point in arranging this politically. It is totally in the hands of the society, so it should be pulled back into society and out of the media and the politics.
-You've got your own problems.


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