Judea is a country against which the Romans fought. After numerous uprisings (last 132-135), the country was destroyed, the surviving people were expelled from its borders, and Syria Palestine replaced the name itself. Scattered among numerous nations two millennia ago, the Jews retained their ethnic culture, religion, language, lifestyle, appearance, and clothing.
America is a country of immigrants. There were many good things in the history of this country. There were also shameful pages. Fleeing Vietnam in 1975, leaving his soldiers behind the line of fire. In 2001, suicide bombers trained in Afghanistan hijacked 4 passenger planes. Aircrafts' blew up two twin towers in New York on September 11, 2001. After the plane hit the first tower, the Secret Service put President Bush on the plane and lifted him into the air.
OPENING A NEW SITE Next week we are preparing to open a new website, "JEWS FOR JUSTICE." Translated into Russian "JEWS FOR JUSTICE." The site has been created for a long time and has great difficulties since it is tough. The temporary site is designed for a Russian-speaking, Russian-speaking, and, of course, a Hebrew-speaking audience. Naturally, there are certain difficulties. In addition to the very theme of justice for the Jewish people, there is a problem with translating the word Jew.
In the 19th century, Karl Marx, his associate, and financial sponsor Friedrich Engels created the theory of a new political economy. According to this theory, a certain thing that is not produced for one's own consumption but in exchange for something else has a value it can be estimated in monetary terms. In Marx's theory, surplus value is the value created by the unpaid labor of a wage laborer.
For twenty years, American troops were in Afghanistan. They created a government, trained and equipped the Samyns with modern weapons, established democracy in the country, and attracted hundreds of thousands of Afghans to cooperate. Women received equal rights; children were educated in schools, assimilating the American way of life—democracy at its best. Everything collapsed. US troops flee to escape the advancing Taliban.
The USA for 2020 was the most powerful state with the highest GDP. The country owes its power to the "three whales" on which its economy is based: the free market, freedom of speech, and its constitution. Free enterprise, the capitalist system based on private property, the natural drive to increase capital and profit, is consistent with the biological nature of Homo Sapiens.
The concept of the word "capitalism" appeared in the middle of the eighteenth century. Capitalism is an economic-political system based on private property, a market economy, and entrepreneurship. The flourishing of international trade in Europe in the fifteenth century served the accumulation of capital and the rise of the bourgeois class. This, in turn, spurred the industrial revolution and the emergence of manufactories.
The scatter of political systems in different states varied from a theocracy (secular and spiritual power in one person), authoritarianism (centralized power of one person or party), totalitarianism (total control of the state over all aspects of the country's life), democracy (from the Greek word "democracy" collective decision-making, in other words, the subordination of the minority to the majority, given the votes cast.
The period of civilization of our species passed stage by stage, passing through new forms of religious beliefs, state formations, the subordination of the weak to the stronger, the disappearance of entire peoples, and the emergence of new state formations. This brutal, uncompromising stage in our civilization lasted for three millennia. Even more brutal and bloody wars awaited our species ahead.
The Christian Church, which broke away from Judaism, hated the religion that gave birth to it, although it included the Bible, the Jewish Tanakh, in the form of the Old Testament in its main book. The New Testament was formed in the sixties of the first century from the so-called four Scriptures of the Apostles, the gospel (good news), and the Acts of the Apostles. The scriptures told about the life of Christ.