Messianic Jews say they are persecute...

Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

There are 72043 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 21, 2008, titled Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel. In it, Newsday reports that:

Safety pins and screws are still lodged in 15-year-old Ami Ortiz's body three months after he opened a booby-trapped gift basket sent to his family.

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JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71769 Apr 16, 2014
everybody wrote:
anybody who mistreats the Jewish people or any other race of people trust me karma will surely get you
Would you say that the HOLOCAUST was due to the collective perverse karma of the Jews that got millions of them killed with many millions more suffering great miseries including getting displaced from home and land?

What do you know about Karma (the causal laws) at work at the level of the human consciousness?

I am asking you this question since Jewish scriptures don't deal with such profound subjects and G-d's judgment is supposed to be everything.

Karma works best in the absence of the personal G-d and has layers of meanings and covers many deep fundamentals about the nature of consciousness and its workings.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#71770 Apr 16, 2014
FRIJOLES: The problem is not the exam or the profession, but the low quality of your educational system to prepare the students...

JOEL: The CA entrance exam conducted as a tiered exam is very difficult and few in the US would clear it.

Eric would certainly fail the CA entrance if he really is an attorney.

The CA question paper setters take questions from company finance sheets and further twist the questions which makes them all the more difficult.

Being from a science background, I don't know much about the CA exam since only commerce students prepare for it but the questions set and the correction standards are extremely high. Just a handful from the US would clear the exam.

The MBA entrance exams too are very difficult and the questions extremely tricky.

The successful CA entrants and MBA grads from elite schools are in great demand in the US, UK, Germany on account of the high standards.

The entrance exam to the famed Indian Institute of Management - A is so difficult that only engineering grads or those from Math backgrounds clear the exam.

A huge chunk of IIT grads get into IIM-A each year.

A record 13 Indians are CEOs of reputed global companies and many Indians are Deans of prestigious universities (including Harvard) in the West.

Well, you go back to answering Grade 7 questions in Math and Science.

Do you really have a PhD in a scientific discipline, MR DUNCE?

Now, if an idiot like you who's incapable of answering junior high school level questions in Math/Science can acquire a PhD in a scientific discipline then well it speaks volumes about the low academic standards at the university you attended to get you so-called PhD.

LOL

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71771 Apr 16, 2014
Learning about wines from the quality of the grapes, to the fermentation, to the ageing, to the layers of notes, to the correct temperature that a wine should be served, to the pairing of wines with foods and so on is a long educative process and does not come about by casual drinking of the liquid.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71772 Apr 16, 2014
EVERYBODY:

1) What could be the perverse collective karma of the European Jews that led to the Holocaust, the murder of millions of Jews during the event and the mass suffering of the survivors during and after the event?

2) What are the causal laws of consciousness involved in the Holocaust and its aftermath?

3) How would you explain the horrific event (Holocaust) in view of the fact that underlying every event in the life of a human being is a chain of causes?

All the above 3 questions are related or they're questions farmed in different ways but deal with the same subject.

Think before you answer.

I don't want a silly answer like G-d is responsible, ok?

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71773 Apr 16, 2014
typo

FRAMED not farmed

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71774 Apr 16, 2014
The history of the Jews is a long history of persecution, suffering, displacement and mass murder - What could be the karma involved in the collective consciousness of the Jews that brought on such a string of calamities for the community? Sad.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71775 Apr 16, 2014
COMPLEXITY OF KARMA

1) KARMA or the CAUSAL LAWS governing human consciousness are a complex affair and not much can be gleaned about the mechanism at work from the ordinary consciousness.

2) The causation of human consciousness involves many branches of thought, word and deed and involves a good deal of heredity, instincts transferred from previous incarnations, type of milieu, subconscient interferences, subduing, neutralizing or aggravation of certain lines of karma due to their merger with other lines of karma, individual karma, collective karma, degree of evolution or of devolution of the human consciousness, intervention of certain forces from the subtler planes that are active in the terrestrial force fields and a host of other significant factors.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71776 Apr 16, 2014
BTW, my researches and personal experiences have led me to the conclusion that EMOTION is a mechanism that inheres in the workings of the 4th DIMENSION of consciousness.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71777 Apr 16, 2014
Interestingly, the MECHANISM OF LIFE involves the workings of the 3rd DIMENSION of consciousness-force which is one step lower than the origin of human emotions that can be traced to the 4th dimension.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71778 Apr 16, 2014
The MECHANISM OF THE HUMAN MIND inheres in the 5th DIMENSION of the consciousness and goes beyond to the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and still higher dimensions.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71779 Apr 16, 2014
The HUMAN MIND that has its roots in the 5th dimension of consciousness can INFILTRATE (as it always does) the dimensions of the emotions (4th dimension), life (3rd dimension) and matter (2nd and 1st dimensions) where upon the infused mental grade of consciousness gets modified by the workings of the lower dimensions.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71780 Apr 16, 2014
LIFE

1) Given all the above-mentioned complexities of the ranges of consciousness-force that govern mind, emotions, life and matter, it is thus not surprising that a living organism cannot be created from scratch in the lab and requires another living system or a pair of living systems to create it (living organism).

2) The graded roots of mind, emotions and life and their causal connections to each other and with respect to their causal links with matter are too subtle for the naive crass materialistic mind to comprehend.

3) Besides, to bring together all these functional components in a living organism would not only require a thorough knowledge about the various planes of sentience involved but would also require the concomitant cosmic energy in its synthesis mode to execute the feat.

4) Manifesting sentience in matter by harmonizing all the various planes of sentience with the required material molecules that serve as gross physical media to manifest the same was a complex activity undertaken by the various planes of universal sentience with their inherent cosmic energy tens of millions of years ago. Once this mammoth task of assembling the essential components was accomplished, the series of emergences commenced giving rise to a gradation of life forms.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71781 Apr 16, 2014
QUESTION FOR DAN DENNET, LAWRENCE KRAUSS & RICHARD DAWKINS:

When is the first "living mosquito" going to be created from scratch in the lab using chemicals and electrical impulses?

Ignorant Idiots !

LMFAO

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#71782 Apr 17, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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Hey Jealous Idiot,
You were unable to solve a Grade 7 question in Math.
As for clearing the IIT JEE or any other elite entrance exams in India, well, you'll fail the preliminary round.
Now, go back to your toilet cleaning job, ok?
LOL.
Jealous idiot,

all I did was post an article from your OWN newspaper

If anything, it confirmed your assertion regarding the failure rate. Had you bothered to read it.

If you have an issue with its interpretation, write a letter to the editor. But don't blame me - Thats childish. Is that what they taught you to school as to how to respond to critique?

No wonder no one in your country can pass a simple accounting exam.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#71783 Apr 17, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Jealous Idiot,
You were unable to solve a Grade 7 question in Math.
As for clearing the IIT JEE or any other elite entrance exams in India, well, you'll fail the preliminary round.
Now, go back to your toilet cleaning job, ok?
LOL.
Here - out of respect to the Bhudda, you get a SECOND TRY to formulate a response to this:

Sounds to me that the problem is not the exam or the profession, but the low quality of your educational system to prepare the students...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/educa...

".....Kirti Agrawal, secretary of the Nagpur branch of the western region of ICAI, said, "CA is one of the toughest exams. The dummy article-ship, sheer reading without understanding to get through the exams, over dependence on private coaching with lack of practical approach to solutions, have scaled down the results. Students need to focus on how to learn and acquire knowledge rather than just clearing the exam."

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#71784 Apr 17, 2014
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/educa...

MUMBAI: The final chartered accountancy (CA) results released on Wednesday showed that success rate in the exams held in November last year has dipped to 3.11%-- the lowest in the last five exams. In all, 32,536 students appeared for both the group I & group II exams across the country. The success rate of students who appeared in either group I or group II exams is also the lowest in recent years.

The final CA exam is held twice in a year. In the first exam of 2013 held in May, the success rate of students who took the exam in both groups was 10.03%. In November 2012, the pass rate was 12.97% while in May 2012 16.38% students passed in both the groups.

Subodh Agrawal, the president of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), which conducts the exam, claimed that there is no particular reason for the decline. "One cannot attribute the lower success rate to any one reason. The CA exam reflects the performance of students," he said. The low success rate could not be blamed on any recent changes in curriculum or pattern as the curriculum was changed at least five years ago, he added. He said that the content in the question paper was totally from the study material provided to the students. Students have scored on what they have written, he said.

Kirti Agrawal, secretary of the Nagpur branch of the western region of ICAI, said, "CA is one of the toughest exams. The dummy article-ship, sheer reading without understanding to get through the exams, over dependence on private coaching with lack of practical approach to solutions, have scaled down the results. Students need to focus on how to learn and acquire knowledge rather than just clearing the exam."

She also claimed that the results have not gone down, but the members have increased manifold in every field.

In the November 2013 exam, Gaurav Shrawagi, from Akot, a town in Akola district, has topped in the country. Shrawagi scored 66.75%, while the second highest scorer Mridu Garg from Delhi got 66.25%. Kolkata boy Akshay Losalka stood third with 65.50%. Even the highest score, has gone down, claim many. The topper in May 2012 exam had scored 76%.

Shrawagi was elated to receive the call from the ICAI president on Wednesday morning, he said. "I was shivering and I thanked God when he mentioned that I am the first in the country. When passing with grace marks in CA exam is a big deal, getting the first rank was much more than what I had expected," said Shrawagi. He claimed that months of hard work and hours of revision has helped him achieve the feat.

President Agrawal added that it is not the first time that the results are below 10%. In the 1980s and 1990s, the success rate was on the lower side. However, he could not recollect a low success rate in the recent years. He added that he is hoping for a better results in the next exam.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71785 Apr 17, 2014
Frijoles wrote:
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No wonder no one in your country can pass a simple accounting exam.
Simple accounting exam?

LOL

Then you don't know what you're talking about.

The question papers are very difficult and even the Math paper in stage I is of quite a high standard.

Even the entrance exam papers to the management institutes are very stiff before which GMAT is child's play.

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71787 Apr 17, 2014
MUQ REPLIES TO JOEL ON THE ALLAH THREAD:

I had posted the following question on this thread as well as on the Who is Allah thread:

QUESTION FOR DAN DENNET, LAWRENCE KRAUSS & RICHARD DAWKINS:

When is the first "living mosquito" going to be created from scratch in the lab using chemicals and electrical impulses?

Ignorant Idiots !

LMFAO

Shortly, thereafter, MUQ replied to my post and I replied back.

Here's the exchange between us.

MUQ (in reply to my question addressed to Dan Dennet, Lawrence Krauss and Richard Dawkins on creating a living mosquito in the lab):

"Or when a single atom of hydrogen will be manufactured in our CERN using basic sub atomic particles!!"

JOEL: Yes.

MUQ: "Mosquito is billions of time as complicated as Single Hydrogen Atom!!"

JOEL: Yes.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#71788 Apr 17, 2014
FRIJOLES: No wonder no one in your country can pass a simple accounting exam.

JOEL: The accountancy papers are of the master's level (MCom) or higher.

It takes 5 years after BCom to qualify as a CA.

Accountancy is not simple balancing of credit and debit columns that some of us study in junior high school.

The higher types of balance sheets are quite complicated.

Well, accountancy is not my subject and so I won't waste time on it.

The Math component is relatively simpler when compared to the Accountancy papers in the entrance.

The prelim papers have a Math component which is compulsory:

Here's one easy sample question:

Attempt it, "genius":

1) If q is the mean proportion between p and r, show that:

pqr (p + q + r)^3 =(pq + qr + pr)^3

2) Prove that: Sin^-1 x + cos^-1 x = Pi/2

3) Solve: lim (x tends to 1)(x + x^2 + x^3 +.......X^n - n)/x - 1

JOEL COOL DUDE

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#71789 Apr 17, 2014
Ya Ma. LOL.

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