On the Efficacy of Intermittently Repeating Carefully Chosen Videos

We can make peace in the Holy Land, you Peers and I.

By circulating one video at a time.

For attitudes influenced in Cyberspace create facts on the ground.

The N.E.M.





      One must never misunderestimate the efficacy of intermittent repetition.  It’s a lesson I learned from the Jewish Community in the late 1960’s, while I was a Student in New York City.  NYC has a large population of Jews.  Christians can learn a lot about community from Jews.  (Amen.)


      Please re-view this video of Chas Freeman again:  Hisham B. Sharabi Memorial Lecture (38:23).  It’s important that you do.  A postscript has been added to prove my point.  


      Peers, I respectfully submit to you that Chas Freeman is a man who knows whereof he speaks.  His vision is clear and his words are true.  He’s a man we can trust.  He’s got a perspective on the political situation in the Holy Land that needs to be heard by Christians, Muslims and Jews, as well.  Don’t take my word for it.  Watch the video yourself.  Pay special attention to the last five minutes of his speech.






P.S.  Other worthy videos deserving intermittent repetition during the Advent Season include:  YouTube – Israel’s WALL around Bethlehem (02:45) and Mark Braverman (06:57).   (Mark says that his people … Jews … “need to look in a mirror”.) 

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