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Sir & Sirius,You might be interested on the "Sins ...

2008-06-23T23:49:00.000-07:00

Sir & Sirius,

You might be interested on the "Sins of the fathers" in the Bush family. Prescott Bush and his father-in-law George Herbert Walker were running the slave coal mines that needed Jewish and other camp laborers in Poland. Bush continued his business transactions with Fritz "I Paid Hitler -author" Thyssen even after US had been in war with the Nazi Germany already for a year.
http://www.helsinki.fi/~pjojala/Bushism_sins_of_the_fathers.htm

An analogous process of blood money laundring was going on in the richest family of the "impartial" Sweden, the Wallenberg's. They invested in the Nazi's during the hyperinflation at the 1920's, when money from abroad determined who's gonna get the power. SA was a private and PAID army with its 350,000 brown shirts. They were no boy scouts but demanded money. Four times larger private army than the Wehrmacht field army of Germany!

I think GW Bush was repenting over the sins of his fathers during his era. But "Thou Shall Not Take the Name of the Lord in Vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless whosoever uses His name in vain", said the decalog, Ten Commandments to the hypocrite fake believers. G*d's name should not be used to our own ends. I pray for the Republican quasi-royal families.

Pauli.Ojala@gmail.com
Helsinki, Finland
Biochemist (MSci-Master of Sciing)
http://www.helsinki.fi/~pjojala/Dinoglyfs.htm



Thank you, Jack, for linking to my Yom Ha'atzma'ut...

2008-06-15T12:39:00.000-07:00

Thank you, Jack, for linking to my Yom Ha'atzma'ut post. I can honestly say that I didn't do it. Somebody (I hope you know who you are, 'cause I sure don't!) submitted my post to HH, because I am soooooo behind in my posts and keeping current with HH that I know it wasn't me(!)
I really look forward to reading HH aggregates, and hopefully will actually submit(that's me, myself or I--whichever)a future post of mine...
Todah rabah!



Could you comment, whether my details are correct ...

2008-05-25T02:08:00.000-07:00

Could you comment, whether my details are correct in my essay in
http://www.helsinki.fi/~pjojala/Expelled-Jews-statistics.htm

It is USA that profits from Israel, rather than the opposite. Israel gets nearly 2 billion euros from USA almost every year, that is true. But. US demands that Israel is not allowed to stop BRAIN DRAIN from Eretz israel to USA. Before the Second Intifada, there were 200 Israeli companies listed in the US High Tech Nasdaq, after the Intifaca the count had dropped to 70. At the moment, the number is back in 100, which is still greater than from all the European countries combined. Dollars are green since the yankees pull the down from the tree when still raw and fresh. Israel has not been allowed to let any of its companies to be scaled up in their homeland but most are imported straight from the garage. The scaling up of industrial production would mean jobs, to both Jews, Arabs and other ethnic groups. Israel is ordered to stay as some kind of innovation laboratory only, as the 51. state.

Astonishing number of 25% of the Israeli researchers have moved from Israel to the United States - and this figure does not yet even include the people with double citizenship! The next largest brain drain of researchers to US are 12.2% from Canada, 4.3% from Netherlands, and 4.2% from Italy.

One of the secrets of innovative success in Israel is the fact that cheating is minimized in the public funding: Money is not delivered according to research plans but steady income and thus the market analysis is emphasized. The support is designed so that the first 2-10 years a startup company does not have to pay taxes. But no direct funding without compensation is offered. Today, Israel draws Venture Capital (VC) more than the Europe.

A novel phenomenon is the strategy by which Israel has been able to claim victory over China and other Far-East countries regarding the most modern High Tech factories: As an example, the supranational Intel transferred the mass production of Centricon-processors to Israel, where 25% of citizens possess a higher decree from the university but where people respect patents and are not plagiating every item they produce for others. (China is a great country of thieves. The Empire of Pirates steals every moving article in your machine.) Intel was also offered an overall tax rate of 10%, which is about three times lower than that of US.

Also, the biggest generic drug factory in the world was recently established in Israel. Over half of the export from Israel are High tech products, compared to the 25% which is the average in the OECD countries.

Although the export of the agriculture has remained constant past the last 30 years, its relative amount has dropped from 70% to 3%. Out of the 3000 companies in Israel 80% are less than ten years old, and the average failure rate of these start ups is very low, less than 50%. In biotechnology and drug development, about 400 experimental drugs have been approved or accepted in clinical phases. The greatest portion of funding of research per capita is found in Israel. Israel also has the greatest ratio of researchers per square meter or population in the face of the world, far exceeding I.e. Japan: http://www.helsinki.fi/~pjojala/Indicator.htm

Pauli Ojala
Biochemist, drop-out (MSci-Master of Sciing)



Smooth, LEL, Michelle, Yitz,Thank you.

2008-05-14T23:57:00.000-07:00

Smooth, LEL, Michelle, Yitz,

Thank you.



Thanks Jack, great job [as usual]!

2008-05-14T06:33:00.000-07:00

Thanks Jack, great job [as usual]!



B"HThanks for the traffic to my site! Very kind o...

2008-05-13T05:50:00.000-07:00

B"H

Thanks for the traffic to my site! Very kind of you.

Sincerely,

Michelle



Great job. Thanks for the link.

2008-05-12T09:19:00.000-07:00

Great job. Thanks for the link.



Thanks for the links, Jack, I appreciate it!

2008-05-12T04:44:00.000-07:00

Thanks for the links, Jack, I appreciate it!



Leora,The Loveless Marriage post is tough, because...

2008-05-12T00:03:00.000-07:00

Leora,

The Loveless Marriage post is tough, because there are so many people in them. Certainly there are tons who are happy, but...

Thanks for the Birthday wishes.

Tamara,

I'll be there. I am the guy with dark hair, olive skin, eating falafel.

BY,

Chocolate is pretty cool.

Baila,

I work on it throughout the week. If you do a little every day it is pretty easy.

Debbie,

Thanks for coming by.

Muse,

Happy Early Birthday.

Jill,

I was in Israel 23 years ago and several times since. So many changes. Have fun.

CR,

Thanks.

BWH,

That Jack Benny line keeps cropping up. Hope that you are getting settled after the move.

Doc,

Aww shucks, don't make me blush.

Phyllis,

Happy to keep you busy. ;)



wow! great job. a lot to read...i have been so bus...

2008-05-11T20:06:00.000-07:00

wow! great job. a lot to read...i have been so busy clicking away that i haven't even read the sunday paper! ack!



Thanks, Jack. You're wonderful.

2008-05-11T17:47:00.000-07:00

Thanks, Jack. You're wonderful.



Happy Birthday to you too Jack. According to Jack...

2008-05-11T17:23:00.000-07:00

Happy Birthday to you too Jack. According to Jack Benny, you can stop counting now.

To all of those mothers that read Jack's stuff, may your children rise and call you blessed.



As usual, you've done an impressive job. Thanks f...

2008-05-11T14:28:00.000-07:00

As usual, you've done an impressive job. Thanks for the link, and I hope you had a happy birthday.



Thank you so much for including a link to me. Thi...

2008-05-11T14:18:00.000-07:00

Thank you so much for including a link to me. This may sound lame, but I have always wanted to try to keep up with HH and I have done a terrible job - both in figuring out if I submit links, or you find links or what. If you're able to direct a sort of newbie (even though I read several of the blogs from which you select) to the best place to figure out how HH runs, I would be very appreciative!

Cleveland, btw, had a great 60th celebration and my family and I will be traveling to Israel this summer on a congregational trip - I haven't been there in 23 years, and the rest of my family has never been. :)



Young Jack, you did a great job.http://me-ander.bl...

2008-05-11T10:34:00.000-07:00

Young Jack, you did a great job.
http://me-ander.blogspot.com/2008/05/hh-plenty-to-read.html

ps I don't know if I'll admit my age on my --very soon-- birthday.



Thanks for the mention. Happy Birthday Israel.Hap...

2008-05-11T09:44:00.000-07:00

Thanks for the mention.

Happy Birthday Israel.

Happy Mother's Day.

Debbie Hamilton
Right Truth



In Israel we say Mazal Tov! when someone has a bir...

2008-05-11T09:35:00.000-07:00

In Israel we say Mazal Tov! when someone has a birthday. So Mazal Tov to you, and to Israel (you're only 21 years younger than she is).

How do you get so many posts in???? It must take you hours. Don't you have to make a living, or are you one of those independently wealthy men I was hoping to marry, but didn't.

[And I hate it that I'm older than you.]



B"HThat's a way cool, totally excellent edition!Ha...

2008-05-11T09:16:00.000-07:00

B"H

That's a way cool, totally excellent edition!

Happy Birthday!

And, Jack? If you feel 19 or 20, enjoy it, guilt free!

Ad 120! I hope you like chocolate.

HH 165 is up



Hey Jack!Thanks for including last night's post in...

2008-05-11T09:02:00.000-07:00

Hey Jack!

Thanks for including last night's post in HH. That was a nice suprise!. Will we see you at the Israel Festival next Sunday...it's not far from you I'm sure. :)



Great job, Jack. Wow, this is a lot of posts.I fo...

2008-05-11T03:56:00.000-07:00

Great job, Jack. Wow, this is a lot of posts.

I found your "Loveless Marriage" post quite sad. Almost like people are in love with a feeling instead of a person? I don't know. I couldn't read all the comments, because so many expressed their unhappy relationships.

I look forward to reading these HH posts! Will link to HH soon.

Oh, yeah: HAPPY BIRTHDAY.