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Not only Academia fails when witchcraft or presumptuous theological interpretations reign over honest, open, philosophy and research. All of humanity is cast into the despair of utter intellectual darkness. The motto: "Fiat lux", which graces the University of California System, for example, becomes more than just hypocrisy when we consider its present administrator and her origins. Truly the age of witches and warlocks has plunged us so close to medieval times that most minds have already been irreparably burned at its stakes for a few generations. It's called leftist activism. It's a kind of religion, a utopian-ism, hostile to capitalism and private functioning. A just society must be inclusive of their tyranny.

We live in exactly such a disreputable age that an audience, hearing that a team of California weapons researchers had “stumbled” across evidence of secret Iranian missile development, became instantly put off when its mission was announced in The New York Times. Such a product of a "Reform" Judaism (a concept that immediately brings to mind reform school, or someone turning away from what has been deemed to be delinquent) instantly brought left wing liberals to mind. Then, California? Are you saying that liberals are thinking of colluding with Kim Jong-un and the Ayatollahs? What’s the catch? There probably was one actually close to that. A large portion of far left students have a natural antipathy to Israel; even half of Israeli Jews do. This because Hashem is a known destroyer of unfruitful eaters, like the antediluvian crowd. Then, we have this International Institute for Strategic Studies Research Report, and that tell us us something similar: IISS was founded in the UK in 1958 with a focus on nuclear deterrence and arms control. Today, it is also renowned for The Military Balance, an annual assessment of countries' armed forces and for its high-powered security summits, including the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue. With offices in Washington, it made use of researchers based in California, but how affiliated with the People’s Republican University system? Well, Michael Elleman is a graduate of physics from the University of California, Berkeley, worked for Booz and Allen, and then joined IISS in 2009. What’s worrisome is he supports a UN assessment view. That’s worse than Berekely’s, and more nefarious as far as duplicitous intent may go: perpetual peace as the road to endless war. Considering the reputation of the New York Times again (the Times treats as strange objects to be examined on a laboratory slide [devout Catholics, gun owners, Orthodox Jews, Texans]) that could mean anything from embarrassing the North Korea deal, to promoting some kind of mutual disarmament requirement for an Iran deal fix. More reliable sources are reporting! For example, AL-ARABIYA'S report on Iranian weapon development: "Dr Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a brigadier general in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), a professor of physics at the Guard’s Imam Hussein University, is a man cloaked in mystery" they write. Of course, "intelligent" intelligence agencies don't just react to information, they make intelligent use of it. For this reason the fellows’ vital signs are still above the flat. Better to deal with the wasp in the hand then to have to search for another in the thelogical left's extortion bush. Anyway, today we are on the cusp of a quantum dimension in all things; and Dr. Fahkrizadeh (Fahk, for short) was looking into miniaturization of reactors for use as long range rocket propulsion.

From fusion to fission, miniaturization holds the key to inexpensive access to power, the super or the populist kind. Does the good Doctor intend? See, peace is in the rhetoric: Kim Jong-un has insulted VP Pence, so the deal is off. Now true Academia can follow Hashem's retribution bolts upon a Persia that has disgraced the essence of Cyrus by allowing left wing liberals to give Iran away to peanut gallery. Looking for a University? Try

A team of California weapons researchers believe it has “stumbled” across evidence of a secret Iranian desert facility, “where Iran appears to have restarted its long-range missile program.” The New York Times California? Are you saying that the liberals are thinking of colluding with Kim Jong-un and the Ayatollahs? What’s the catch? After all, it’s the New York Times that reports on this International Institute for Strategic Studies Research Report, and doesn’t that, tells us something? Reform Jews are mostly leftist, aren’t they? IISS was founded in the UK in 1958 with a focus on nuclear deterrence and arms control. Today, it is also renowned for The Military Balance, an annual assessment of countries' armed forces and for its high-powered security summits, including the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue. With offices in Washington, it made use of researchers based in California, but how affiliated with the People’s Republican University system? Well, Michael Elleman is a graduate of physics from the University of California, Berkeley, worked for Booz and Allen, and then joined IISS in 2009. What’s worrisome is he supports a UN assessment view. That’s worse than Berekely’s, and more nefarious as far as duplicitous intent may go. Considering the reputation of the New York Times (the Times treats as strange objects to be examined on a laboratory slide [devout Catholics, gun owners, Orthodox Jews, Texans]) that could mean anything from embarrassing the North Korea deal, to promoting some kind of mutual disarmament requirement for Iran deal fix. Well, we’ll turn our attention instead to a more reliable sources: ALARABIYA'S report on Iranian weapon development: "Dr Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a brigadier general in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), a professor of physics at the Guard’s Imam Hussein University, is a man cloaked in mystery" they write. Of course, "intelligent" intelligence agencies don't just react to information, they make intelligent use of it. For this reason the fellows’ vital signs are still above the flat. Better to deal with the wasp in the hand then to have to search for another in the theological left's extortion bush. Anyway, today we are on the cusp of a quantum dimension in all things; and Dr. Fahkrizadeh (Fahk, for short) was looking into miniaturization of reactors for use as long range rocket propulsion. Also, from fusion to fission, miniaturization holds the key to inexpensive access to power, the super or the populist kind. What does the good Doctor intend?

At his University:

Well, if you're looking for a really good place to get in on the ground floor of elevated scholarship, try the Hebrew University of Jerusalem:


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