Entries by Tabitha Korol

A Modest Proposal

I have often wondered about people who express themselves under cover of anonymity.  I suspect that despite the bravado to support his vulgarity, he prefers secrecy lest he be recognized by family and friends.  He is properly deserving of shame.  He suggests that an incredible evil befall the world. In response to my essay, “Endangered […]

Endangered Species

Much of Jewish leadership is failing its people, as the infiltration of the Marxist doctrine in our public and private schools may be the far stronger influence. Although this essay is specific, the failure extends to American churches. I happened upon an article, America’s Failed Leadership Must Resign, penned by Charles Jacobs and Avi Goldwasser […]

Conditioned to Comply

Lokesh Gupta, from Jaipur, India, wrote that if a baby elephant is tethered to a rope, it will never attempt to free itself from that bondage despite its growing strength to do so.  This is conditioning, no different than what we see in our fellow humans. I admit to my disappointment when I discovered a […]

‘Dark Diversity’ in America’s Public Schools

Our schools choose their teaching staff by the color of their skin, not the content of their character or the extent of their knowledge, and the advantages that may be gained for the socialist-democrat party. In a small, but vibrant, Middle-America community, there exists a public high school with a wall that proudly displays the […]

Fatal Philanthropy

An entrepreneur with an estimated net worth of more than $136 billion, Bill Gates founded Microsoft and technology; is deeply involved with the World Health Organization, which encompasses the world economy and world peace; the international Planned Parenthood Foundation, focusing on eugenics and population control; and the many facets of academia, all without the corresponding […]

The Power of Otherization

Otherization is the age-old phenomenon advanced by individuals who have a sense of their own specialness in the world.  The only antidote for their destructive behavior is for the “others” to assert their dignity and reclaim their culture, civilization, and country. Some time ago, it was suggested that I submit my essays to a respected online […]

Wasted Lives

The Muslim Brotherhood produced The Project, a document that contains its plan for radical Islam to infiltrate and dominate the west.  Among their aspirations is to make “Palestinians” a cause célèbre, and to instigate a constant campaign of inciting hatred against Jews, by any means. As a member of BDS (Boycott Divestment, Sanctions) and SJP (Students for Justice […]

Palestine: A Self-Imposed Prison

Hayaat loves her grandmother, Sitti, who always reminisces and sings about her previous home and their life before the Arab-Israeli War of 1948.  In an effort to restore Sitti’s health, Hayaat and her friend, Samy, set out on a journey to the other side of the wall to bring her a gift of Jerusalem soil.  […]

1619: A Date for Disunity

Nicole Hannah-Jones chose the year 1619 for when African slaves were first brought to this country. Many leading historians say this is a false narrative, a version of Mao’s Cultural Revolution, yet we are told to reevaluate our supposed racist past and accept the destruction of our values, history, laws, statuary, institutions, and terminology/names.  This […]

The Ruse of Spontaneous Rage

The violence in our streets – the theft, physical harm, and the wanton destruction – are not new to civilization.  The riots and criminality did not arise spontaneously because of sympathy, morality or righteousness.  The “players,” are being played, manipulated with their own smaller grievances and a sense of anonymity, for a far greater purpose. […]

File Under Factitious

I found The Book of Trees, by Leanne Lieberman, to be an unusual reading experience.  I was struck by  its inauthenticity, as the author clearly had a list of grievances and concocted a story line to convey them.  Her intent was to disparage and delegitimize Israel as a nation and the Jews as a people […]

All Lies Matter

This is my fifth review of a children’s propagandist library book.  “Tasting the Sky” described Barakat’s childhood.  “Balcony on the Moon” covers her high school years and her ongoing pursuit for Palestine. Ramallah-born Ibtisam Barakat, a kind, intelligent child, has become a thoughtful, accomplished young woman.  She excelled in her studies and defied Islamic custom […]