An Eye For an Eye [NOOK Book]

An Eye For an Eye

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  • BN ID: 2940023573816
  • Publisher: AAARGH
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 2000 volume
  • File size: 655 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2013

    Everyone Must Own Their Evil

    Typos notwithstanding, this book is exhaustively researched and documented such that there should be NO more German Holocaust' deniers.

    Since early childhood, I have been super-aware of racial hatred and bigotry in the U. S., and later that in my international travels. I can attest to 'hate begetting hate' and the corrosive effects on one's mental and spiritual health--both of the hater and the hatee much less the effect it has on all of our personal and interpersonal relationships.

    One of the few principles that has salvaged and saved me, barely, is that I learned to require as well as demand that everyone must Own Their Evil--individually and collectively, cross- and inter- and intra-culturally, privately and publically. Otherwise, we are left with what I have termed: The Circle Of Hate.

    If I may: One of my 'eyefuls' occurred in San Francisco. I had just lost my job and desperately needed to move from my house to an apartment. Faster than fast.

    I walked into an absolute hovel where the landlord's friend who was also a real estate agent helping her mmediately exclaimed that she had just arrived and liked it, really,really liked it and was going to rent it. She was dressed in a beautiful and expensive suit, heels. I turned around and walked out, accompanied by the landlady saying that I probably wouldn't be comfortable there....

    I was raised upper mddle class. I was not raised to live in such a place, but I was prepared to since I did not want to call upon my family. I went to an Ivy League college, had a lot of marketable skills and experience, so had few worries about finding another job and later moving on.

    I had a friend call and he was encouraged no end to come by and see it. He put them off, but was called again days later asking if he could come see it, when was he coming, ....

    I called the Human Rights Commission. The investigator spoke with the landlady who admitted to everything...and then blamed her behavior on her being in a concentration camp. Decades later, I still can make no sense of that and, wisely, I've stopped trying.

    Oh, yeah, my friend was thoroughly appalled. The Feds at a discrimination office said I definitely had a case. The sticking point: My friend, who happened to be Jewish, refused to write a statement. He wanted me to write it,. I refused, as my writing style is very distinctive. I couldn't imagine writing his statement such that it sounded like him and it felt dishonest if I were, indeed, to do so.

    Later at the Berkeley Free Clinic where I was doing a peer counseling/mental health training, this incident came up. One of the trainers, who was Jewish, insisted that my experience was an 'isolated incident'. Yeah, like all my life and experiences and all that of my family and community just got denied and dismissed and shat upon.

    The next day, that trainer called to talk about the discission in the small group session of the evening before. Next thing I know, she was talking about her sister's experiences in Isreal resettling Ethiopian Jews whose lives were in danger if they remained in Ethiopia. How freaking crazy- and hate-making is THAT!???

    John Sack's work, his premises, his proofs, his sreadfastness are a balm.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2013

    If you can battle through the awful errors...

    The spelling and grammar mistakes make this very difficult to read but if you can fight through it the story is compelling. Sadly, nearly every line has some error.

    I know this despite having english as my second language.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    Cant read

    I couldnt hardly read it because of the typos and grammar. I would have loved to read it as i am very interested in the holocaust.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 30, 2012

    Very helpful and educational

    Very helpful and educational

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2012

    Duskshine

    I land gently, folding my wings against my back.+Duskshine

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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