The UNHRC is a Bloody Joke

Please see my new article in The Times of Israel called “The UNHRC is a Bloody Joke.”

While the UNHRC has an incredibly important and noble mission to promote and protect human rights around the world, in reality, the UNHRC, conducts itself like its anti-Semitic parent, the United Nations (UN) which regularly condemns Israel at every turn of world events. Made up of a variety of despots, dictators, terrorists, and rotten-to-the core human rights violators, the UNHRC refuses to condemn the incessant attacks and terrorism against Israel, but rather they defend those that want to “throw the Jews into the sea” and in turn use anti-Semitic attacks on Israel to hide their own fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption at home.

Unfortunately, while the UN “Commission” on Human Rights was replaced primarily in name only by a UN Human Rights “Council,” nothing much else changed in their wanton display of corruption, anti-Semitism, and human rights violations. To this day, the leaders of these countries use Israel and the Jews as an object of hatred and for persecution to deflect and hide the repression and atrocities that they routinely and wantonly do to their very own people.
(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Beautiful Japanese Print

Thought this was a really beautiful Japanese print of this woman in a flowered blue kimono. 

Her pink eyeshadow and lipstick as well as the red dangles in her hair really standout. 

She looks mysterious and at the same time familiar. 

Asia brought to the U.S. and it’s intriguing to say the least. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Tefillin and Talit Bag

This is my new Tefillin and Talit bag for daily morning prayers. 

It even has a beautiful siddur (prayer book) inside and my Hebrew name on the outside. 

I just wanted to thank my wonderful family for this and especially, my son-in-law, Itzchak for ordering this for me from Israel. 

I love it, and thank you guys so much! 

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Street Art Florida

Thought this was some nice street art in Fort Lauderdale. 

The water and boating, the high-rise condos and hotels, and the beautiful blue skyline. 

The good Caribbean with sun, sand, and water.

Looks and feels so good!  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal) 

The Stranger and The Enemy

Please see my new article in The Times of Israel called “The Stranger and The Enemy.”

In summary, with regards to Israel, we must follow two important commandments that guide our relationships with the outside world. First, there is the imperative to love our neighbor and the stranger. Second is the dictum to wholly defend ourselves from our enemies who seek our destruction. While on the surface these may pose a contradiction, in reality, they do not, because if our neighbors and the strangers among us are willing to live in genuine peace with us then we gladly and actively will extend the olive branch in peace and brotherhood. But if unfortunately, our neighbors are bent on our genocide then we must fight them.

Love and peace is always what we want from the bottom of our hearts, but war is a necessity that is sometimes thrust upon us by our enemies and that we must absolutely, with G-d’s help, win.

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Nice Sitting Area

Thought this was a pretty nice lobby sitting area.

Especially liked the wall hanging combining both painting and light display. 

On the opposite side of the room was a glass wall/windows, and the light of the boy and girl holding hands reflected in there as well.

Had a nice relaxing and high-tech type effect on the room. 

Just glad the light display didn’t move; I think that would be too much and actually sickening.

Anyway, off into the sunset. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)