Category Archives: police

a book or a gun

sometimes a book is your weapon and it makes others angry; the pages of proof they do not know you or ever will, those trained to keep the safety and are too dangerous to be holding a gun. Those who … Continue reading

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police poetry -the contradiction

Inspired by Justin Bemberg lawyer on behalf of the family of the victim of shooting by the police in charlotte. Innocent until proven guilty, human until proven inhuman, not losing in order to gain, human until proven otherwise, angry until … Continue reading

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The Charlotte Protests, Peaceful and Violent, in Photos – The New York Times

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/09/22/us/100000004663133.mobile.html While President Obama talks in the UN how other people should make peace, In US there is a war between men and women in uniform and men and women not in uniform profiled as criminals. The Fried chicken terrorist … Continue reading

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Neutralized

“Because you know sometimes words have two meanings.”    -led Zeplin “staircase to heaven” When the word “neutralized” in Israeli media  is mentioned,we often think of a violent situation such as a terror attack ,it means a terrorist is no … Continue reading

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The city of David- years before and later

I fell in love with the city of David , long before i fell in love with David.  And David who never fell for me, placed the stones upon i walked  trying to forget David  then i found something  greater than … Continue reading

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Glasses

I bought glasses Which reflect back What one sees. This is what people see When they see me; They see themselves. “You don’t listen “ Say the ones not listening. When i talk No one hears But meaningless sounds And … Continue reading

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Swiss life-the extended version

“It takes more courage to live than to die.”    -Albert Camus An event has shaken my very foundations when on saturday a seemingly uneventful circumstances namely me having coffee and writing my blog from a fast internet environment in … Continue reading

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