So, What’s the deal with you and Microcosm?

Alex Wrekk

I have to write something about this and not just leave it muddled in the words of others on the internets. I have seen and heard public discussion of my past involving Microcosm Publishing and Joe Biel. A lot of things have been said; some true, some not. Some things, like the discussion of Microcosm in the We Make Zines forum, I heard about but refused to read or respond because sometimes I just don’t have the energy to deal with it. Some people have criticized me, think I’m crazy or think that the issues I have are only based on a vendetta or a personal attack. I have seen people I know, and some that I don’t (and didn’t ask for their help), advocating for me. This has made me feel simultaneously anxious about what strangers have to say but, also supported in the zine community that I love.

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israel (apartheid state) and Universal Jurisdiction

Uprootedpalestinians's Blog

Israel and Universal Jurisdiction

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In the Oct. 26edition of False Flag Weekly News it was reported that law makers in Israel were considering a new statute that would criminalize BDS supporters including by subjecting them to heavy jail time.

In our brief exchange on the story, Dr. Kevin Barrett and I considered the possibility that there would be efforts to project the same law to people outside Israel in the name of universal jurisdiction. Colleen McGuire took the discussion further by pointing to the fine of $18,000 imposed by an Israeli court in a civil action involving two BDS activists, women of both Palestinian and Jewish ancestry. Their letter persuaded New Zealand performer Lorde not to perform in Tel Aviv. The civil case was brought by a group with tickets to the concert who claim to have been traumatized by Lorde’s decision

Although there is not now any…

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Judge Rules in Favor of a California Christian Baker

So the court finally settled this one; the private business owner is not compelled to create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.  And the baker shouldn’t be.  It seems ludicrous to force a small business owner to do something they don’t want to do.  Most businesses have some sort of signage in their place stating “We reserve the right to refuse to serve anyone for any reason.”  No one, especially not the government, can tell them that they must serve this would-be customer!  

Nationalist Women's Front

It’s about time a Christian baker has the courts rule in their favor. White Christian bakers are being sought out and set up in legal cases across the nation by same sex couples, who care more about money and themselves rather than what they preach-tolerance. Tolerance, to them, is only acceptable when it benefits themselves.

But, in this case, the ruling is finally in favor of religious rights and freedoms.

Read more: Judge Rules in favor of Bakersfield Baker

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