Comment: Thank you for not addressing your fallacies

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Thank you for not addressing your fallacies

By not addressing them, I am assuming you acknowledge them.

While "we" do not pay Israel, and yes, the debt will never be paid, "we" are still effected by monetary inflation so "we" are paying by virtue of the depreciation of wealth. And, "we" are also paying (well, at least I am because I earn a salary, but in general like most people with salary/wages) based on the W-2 Income Tax. Our W-2 withholdings every 2 weeks go to pay the interest and fees to the private owners of the Federal Reserve for the money supply (check out the Grace Commission). So yes, "we" are in fact paying a price for those "loans".

I'm glad we agree on ending all foreign aid.

"In case if you personally do not like Israel, here is a bomber" -- Another Strawman. I dislike the policies of the Israeli Government. I'm sure I would get along fine with most of the citizens. It has nothing to do with religion - I think Jews, Muslims and Christians are equally deluded.

"under free society, with no taxes, private Jews will donate far more to Israel than Arabs & Europeans will domate to Israel's enemies." --- Well, no shi$! "Duh #2".

"So I suggest real anti-Semites think twice before advocating RP ideas" --- Another Strawman, but at least you threw in a little patronizing to Ron Paul.

"everyone will be better is a Utopia. You forgot, on average..." --- You are correct, oh wise sage. Only some people are better in a free society (on average). Fascism and Communism should be selectively used for the 'undesirables'....Sorry for the sarcasm. I didn't say everyone would be richer, but "better" is based on an inverse relationship to living as a debt slave to the FED and the nanny state and our currrent fascist economic system. I suppose you could make the argument that some people are meant to be controlled communist sheep and others are not. You could make that argument - but that would be a tough one to provide evidence for.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain