4 thoughts on “Pro-Israel Billionaire Cuts Judicial Coup Funding – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I barely understand this. But I wonder if similarly here, these alliances on the Right and their financial support will crack like this when the price becomes clear.
    Money concentration that end up in politics, and their societies and think tanks are eating away at democracy.

  2. Dear Richard,
    IMHO you are being naive. More likely, this guy will divert his funds and funnel money to his unworthy causes through other channels.

    1. @Etan: Did you read the entire post? If not, you should. In fact, I explicitly noted that he was a hypocrite and likely to return like a bad penny to haunt Israel. Of course, he isn’t done foisting his “values” on Israel. He’ll just find other ways to do it. Develop other think tanks, etc.

  3. Money is fungible.

    Israelis per capita receive more charity and financial aid, military and otherwise, from the outside world, than any other country, or about $5,000 per Israeli per year, and it has been that way for years. Palestinians per capita get far less of that fungible money in Israel and in the Occupied Territories, while settlers seem to be the biggest beneficiary of fungible money coming in from the outside world.

    Israel is a rich country, and is made even richer and more powerful from outside money, weapons, and UN Vetoes.

    When will it end, probably never. Jews have a long history of success in the world, even with all the tragedy they have experienced over the centuries. It is time for the Palestinians to share in that success, and it is time for Christians, and Jews in Israel and around the world, to end the Israeli Nakba on Palestine.

    After all, it is their country, Palestine, and it has been from the beginning.

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