NCJW Meet and Greet

The National Council of Jewish Women is having a “Meet and Greet”

NCJW HobokenMeet and Greet the Ladies of NCJW – Hoboken/ Hudson County!

When: Tuesday, September 25th from 6pm-8pm
Where: Café Ganache, 1500 Washington Street

There will be giveaways. We look forward to meeting you!!!

RSVP: (201) 216-1620 ncjwhoboken@hotmail.com

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152 Comments on "NCJW Meet and Greet"


Yeller
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Yeller
8 years 11 months ago

[quote comment=”47019″]RE: post# 149

Yeller, how the heck is anyone supposed to not notice something that was never discussed? Regardless, the people who know about it and are fair people do care. A good docudrama about this was produced in a movie called, ‘Ararat’ in 2002.

Some people believe they are descendents of survivors from a great flood that settled around the mountains. But, I’m not supposed to give history lessons anymore – people hate it…

Anyway, there really is no merit in competing about who had the biggest genocide. That places the focus on the victim and misdirects from the mentality of the perpetrator.[/quote]
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Interesting…

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071011/ap_on_re_mi_ea/turkey_us_genocide

MF
Member
8 years 11 months ago

not sure how this big deep war conversation got going, but to #116 Katie Scarlett’s post – how do i expect to get logic out of a discussion based on religion and human behavior? – simple…if a Polish-American guy(randomly chosen heritage) chose ONLY to date Polish-American girls, that guy would be what we like to call asinine.
why should we allow any different conclusion regarding the many non-religious Jewish girls in NYC who essentially do the same thing?

MidnightRacer
Member
8 years 11 months ago

RE: post# 149

Yeller, how the heck is anyone supposed to not notice something that was never discussed? Regardless, the people who know about it and are fair people do care. A good docudrama about this was produced in a movie called, ‘Ararat’ in 2002.

Some people believe they are descendents of survivors from a great flood that settled around the mountains. But, I’m not supposed to give history lessons anymore – people hate it…

Anyway, there really is no merit in competing about who had the biggest genocide. That places the focus on the victim and misdirects from the mentality of the perpetrator.

Yeller
Member
Yeller
8 years 11 months ago

Notice how no one cares about the Armenian Holocaust/Genocide/Massacre? No one even cares that Turkey still doesn’t recognize it. But let’s keep talking about the jews as it’s only them and the blacks who have ever been truly persecuted. Oh and the Japs (the asians not the Long Island girls) because they got bombed – of course they started it so too bad.

MauMau
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MauMau
8 years 11 months ago

Hans and Yip, I have heard this arguement before, and you two are probably right, and the war may have been worse without it. Also, the Japanese leadership cared nothing about the safety of their own people.
It’s just that the atomic bombs created so much concentrated, inescapable, instanteneous destruction.
I grew up during the cold war, and fear of atomic war was pervasive. Duck and cover!
I was being accused of being racist and callous by other posters for the use of the term of “excessive collateral damage”. I was trying to clarify what I wrote. If I had written collateral damage was excessive throughout the war, I may have been better understood.

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