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Steven asks…

For Smarties: Do you think it’s by chance that Jews have a heavily disproportionate number of Nobel Prizes?

They were once God’s chosen people. They fulfilled a 2000year Old Christian prophecy in 1948 when the State of Israel was established and returning to the promised land after the holocaust. Albert Einsten was Jewish. Niels Bohr was Jewish. Even Sigmund Freud was Jewish. They lead the world in having the highest percent of Nobel Prize laureates even still to this day still. They’re known for making the most successful lawyers and accountants in the U.S. A very prestigious and well-known law firm Skadden & Arp in New York was founded and still run the successors of immigrant Jewish families from Eastern Europe. An even more crazy fact – their rival firm and also widely known as the finest law firm in the world (based in New York also) known as Black Rock law firm in the United States annually deal with around the same amount of money as the GDP of China that’s about$3.5 trillion. The fate of the world’s economy and the lives of most people hang in the balance of their cut-throat bond traders and financiers. Not to mention the number of Jewish Doctors. Don’t get me wrong Jews are not just smart but very hardworking and ambitious. The reason for their thriving success in law and business is the difference between the old testament and new testament. They believe in that eye-for-eye justice in a world and nation of which ‘equality’ is the main governing goal. American and European Christian lawyers, financiers and prosecutors in the past have often lost out to Jewish lawyers because they’re personal beliefs and upbringing inclined them to make more discrete conserved decisions. In Germany early 20th Germany like most other European countries at the time about 4% of the economy was run by Jewish families, very wealthy cut-throat dealing hardworking jews. – From this perspective you can almost naturally understand Hitlers spectrum. A minority of immigrant jews held the power and the native white race to the land lingered under their decisions.

Sociologist Malcolm Gladwell in his New Yorker best seller Outliers it’s their strong hold to their culture, heritage and tribal lineage that makes them so successful. But I want to know your personal opinion?

What do you think of all this?
So could one argue that Jews are still in fact God’s Chosen people? Isn’t it interesting that they are the only major religion in the world that go by race?
As they sit and wait for their messiah, will the second coming of Jesus Christ or the arrival of God in flesh come from a Jewish woman?
What do you think of Jews in general?

PS: Hitler’s still asshole and I am by no means being anti-semitic. Just displaying semitic-awareness.

John answers:

Abrahamic Covenant — God’s covenant with His chosen people. One aspect of that covenant is that all the families of the Earth will be blessed.

Perhaps the benefits of the Noble prizes could be a measurement of that promise.

Joseph asks…

BUSINESS STUDIES homework help questions!!!!?

Hello!

1. sonia was fed up with taking orders from other people at work. she wanted personal satisfaction and financial security so decided to set up as a sole trader selling cakes make from organic ingredients. after a successful 18 months trading from a market stall she wanted to expand the business. sonia needed to raise £25,000 to rent a shop and buy equipments.

During Sonia’s first year of trading, interest rates increased from 3% to 5%. identify THREE possible effects of this change on the business

A) a reduction in fixed costs due to lower repayments on her overdraft

B) a worsening net cash flow position

C) a rise in Sales due to higher levels of consumer spending

D) a greater chance of rivals entering the market

E) a fall in sales due to lower levels of consumer spending

F) an increase in fixed costs due to higher repayments on her overdraft.

PLEASE SELECT 3 ANSWERS OUT OF THESE. Thanks for the help in advance 🙂

John answers:

As this question is about increase of interest rate, the business will be affected in different ways and to choose your answers i would go for:

B
E
F

Mandy asks…

world history multiple choice?

so i got this big big world history assignment over break for extra credit. im trying to score the best i can without stressing over it. these are the questions i dont have answers to. please help me out, it would be greatly appreciated.
thankyou!

Which was the most important reason for Ghana’s rise?

the development of agriculture

the gold-for-salt trade

the hajj

domesticated camels

2. Which best describes Timbuktu?

a farming village on the Niger River in West Africa

the city to which Muslims make the hajj

the ancient homeland of the people of Ghana

a center of Islamic learning in Africa

3. Which best describes Songhai under Askia Muhammad?
a powerful trading empire that stretched from the Atlantic Ocean across much of West Africa

a small kingdom on the Niger River that owed allegiance to Mali

an empire whose capital city of Kilwa was a center of Islamic culture and learning

a powerful empire that grew wealthy trading with the people of the Swahili coast

4. Which does not describe all three kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai?

They ruled much of West Africa.

They built large cities in the West African rain forest.

They grew powerful through trade.

They controlled the gold-for-salt exchange.

5. Which best explains the increase in the African slave trade after the fifteenth century?
the arrival of the Portuguese on the coast of Benin
the arrival of Arab traders on the Swahili coast
the construction of Great Zimbabwe
the domestication of the camel

6. Which best explains the spread of culture along East Africa’s Swahili coast?

African culture mingled with traditions carried by Arab traders.

The people of Great Zimbabwe spread ancient African traditions.

Traders from the north brought Greco-Roman culture.

Islamic armies conquered East Africa and required Africans to convert to Islam.

7. Which religion had a major influence on East African cultures after being brought there by foreign traders?

Judaism

Islam

Buddhism

Hinduism

8. Which best describes the origins of the African slave trade?
Muslim traders brought slaves with them to Africa to exchange for salt and ivory.
The Portuguese were the first to capture Africans and sell them as slaves.
The slave trade began when Europeans began colonizing North and South America.
African societies often enslaved people they conquered or captured in battle.

9. Which is the best explanation of Great Zimbabwe’s rise to power?
Zimbabwe’s military was stronger than others in the region.
Fish from Zimbabwe were a staple food of East African people.
Zimbabwe controlled the region’s ivory and gold trade.
Zimbabwe was a highly productive agricultural society.

10. Which is not a possible explanation of Great Zimbabwe’s decline?

shifting trade routes

the end of the slave trade

disease

overgrazing

11. What important feature made the Ottoman military successful?

highly disciplined janissaries

advanced weapons

innovative tactics

a powerful cavalry

12. Which was a result of the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453?

The city became a Christian stronghold.

The city became an Islamic capital.

Christians were banned from the city.

The Hagia Sophia was destroyed.

13. Which was a result of Emperor Süleyman’s reforms of Ottoman law?

All religious freedoms ended.

Unlimited religious freedom was created.

There was little effect on religion in the Ottoman Empire.

Religious freedom was allowed, with a tax for non-Muslims.

14. Which is not an explanation for the conflict between Ottomans and the Safavids?

the fall of Constantinople

territorial expansion

control of Chaldiran

religious differences

15. Which allowed Akbar to govern the many people of the Mughal Empire?

a tax on non-Muslims

a tax on non-Hindus

military force

religious tolerance and inclusion

John answers:

Google the questions and c what u get

Paul asks…

10 points- History problems. Please help!?

1. Which was the most important reason for Ghana’s rise?
(Points : 3)
the development of agriculture

the gold-for-salt trade

the hajj

domesticated camels

2. Which best describes Timbuktu?
(Points : 3)
a farming village on the Niger River in West Africa

the city to which Muslims make the hajj

the ancient homeland of the people of Ghana

a center of Islamic learning in Africa

3. Which is the most accurate description of Songhai under Askia Muhammad?
(Points : 3)
a small kingdom on the Niger River that owed allegiance to Mali

a powerful empire that grew wealthy trading with the people of the Swahili coast

a powerful trading empire that stretched from the Atlantic Ocean across much of West Africa

an empire whose capital city of Kilwa was a center of Islamic culture and learning

4. Which does not describe all three kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai?
(Points : 3)
They grew powerful through trade.

They ruled much of West Africa.

They controlled the gold-for-salt exchange.

They built large cities in the West African rain forest.

5. Which best describes the increase in the African slave trade after the fifteenth century?
(Points : 3)
the domestication of the camel

the construction of Great Zimbabwe

the arrival of Arab traders on the Swahili coast

the arrival of the Portuguese on the coast of Benin

6. Which best describes the spread of culture along East Africa’s Swahili coast?
(Points : 3)
The people of Great Zimbabwe spread ancient African traditions.

Islamic armies conquered East Africa and required Africans to convert to Islam.

Traders from the north brought Greco-Roman culture.

African culture mingled with traditions carried by Arab traders.

7. Which religion had a major influence on East African cultures after being brought there by foreign traders?
(Points : 3)
Islam

Judaism

Hinduism

Buddhism

8. Which best describes the origins of the African slave trade? (Points : 3)
The slave trade began when Europeans began colonizing North and South America.
The Portuguese were the first to capture Africans and sell them as slaves.
African societies often enslaved people they conquered or captured in battle.
Muslim traders brought slaves with them to Africa to exchange for salt and ivory.

9. Which is the best explanation of Great Zimbabwe’s rise to power? (Points : 3)
Zimbabwe’s military was stronger than others in the region.
Zimbabwe controlled the region’s ivory and gold trade.
Zimbabwe was a highly productive agricultural society.
Fish from Zimbabwe were a staple food of East African people.

10. Which is not a possible reason for the decline of Great Zimbabwe?
(Points : 3)
disease

overgrazing

shifting trade routes

the end of the slave trade

11. What key feature made the Ottoman military successful?
(Points : 3)
advanced weapons

innovative tactics

a powerful cavalry

highly disciplined janissaries

12. Which was a result of the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453?
(Points : 3)
The city became a Christian stronghold.

The city became an Islamic capital.

Christians were banned from the city.

The Hagia Sophia was destroyed.

13. Which was a result of Emperor Süleyman’s reforms of Ottoman law?
(Points : 3)
All religious freedoms ended.

Unlimited religious freedom was created.

There was little effect on religion in the Ottoman Empire.

Religious freedom was allowed, with a tax for non-Muslims.

14. Which is not an explanation for the conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Safavid Empire?
(Points : 3)
religious differences

control of Chaldiran

territorial expansion

the fall of Constantinople

15. Which allowed Akbar to govern the many people of the Mughal Empire?
(Points : 3)
a tax on non-Muslims

a tax on non-Hindus

military force

religious tolerance and inclusion

16. Which represents a high point of achievement in Mughal architecture?
(Points : 3)
the Süleymaniye Mosque

the Hagia Sophia

the Taj Mahal

the city of Isfahan

17. Which was a positive change that occurred in China because of Ming Dynasty policies?
(Points : 3)
self-governing religious communities

increased agricultural output

an end to taxes

the rise of the Tokugawa Shogunate

18. Which was not a key achievement of the Ming Dynasty?
(Points : 3)
the rebuilding of the Great Wall

the improvement of roads and canals

the voyages of Zheng He

the expansion o

John answers:

Sorry, that was way too long to read.

Ruth asks…

what do you think of my ideal government?

If I Were the President of the USA What Would I Do?
If I were the president of the United States I would use my power in the following ways, I would eliminate democracy and capitalism, and establish a dictatorship. With these powers I would establish health and social benefits for all citizens of the United States. I would eliminate capitalist greed and all the corporations must make their products and plans must benefit the state. Private ownership of companies will be eliminated. With these rules I will re write the constitution and form a better court and law system. I will continue to give people rights. People have the rights to religion, political beliefs, as well as the right to protest. Although the rights will remain there will only be one political party. The fascist’s headed by me. The people can still vote on laws signifying their opinion. So leadership democracy will be destroyed but I will continue to let the citizens choose their laws. Though the laws will not go into practice without my authority it at least gives the citizens a say in government affairs. I will only accept a law if I deem it realistically reasonable. One of my many changes would be to establish a national healthcare system. Giving everyone who needs help the help they require. No one will go hungry as the citizens who cannot make enough money to support themselves will get government benefits from my social programs. I will support the families in need and supply food and supplies to those who require extra help from the government. I will also higher taxes but it will be a small price to pay for all the benefits I will supply to my people. I will not be a military leader and I will not fund the military for anything more than self defence. I will give people something to be proud of and give the people reasons why America is great. And I will initiate trade with countries that will benefit the country and the greater good of the people. Canada, Japan, China, German, and Britain will still be are main traders. I will try and spread our influence amongst other countries much like America does today. I will try and support countries going through a socialist revolution. And support freedom of speech amongst dictatorship countries. I will make the United States the leader in national socialist policies and a good influence for other countries of which will go through revolutions. All enemy states will be ignored. We will not go to war unless attacked or provoked by an enemy state. I will promote peace amongst nations. So to conclude this plan I would make the country more desirable for the people. I will give the people the necessities to sustain a proper life style. I will also give people more rights and all races will be treated equally. The government will be powerful but it will not abuse this power. And any armed rebellions will be stopped and the leaders arrested and scrapped of weapons. I will not allow this dictatorship to be oppressive or abusive in anyway. People still have the right to make lots of money but the careers they work will have to benefit the state in some way or another. I will not have censorship. All citizens have the right to know what the government is up to and doing for the international and national affairs. I will rename the United States to the United Socialist States of North America or U.S.S.N.A. for short. We will be the first successful dictatorship.
jacob you make a valid point. like i said capitalism can survive as long as it bebeifits the state and society. so strip clubs would be owned by the state.
i am not 100% serious. if i were to reside in the usa which i dont as i am a canadian. i would try and establish something like this but this is only a beta plan. but democracy has loads of problems. you vote for the lesser of 2 evils
mr sam. i am not an american. and the fact you guys are. is very contradictory. yes i did contradict myself a bit. but like i said capitalism as owned by individuals will be abolished but if it benefits society and the state it will be allowed. also it isnt quite voting its more of a poll or petition that allows the citizens to have a fair say in laws and policies.
mr wiggy. yes ussr and nazi germany were pure evil. but i am not planning racist antisemitism or harsh nationalism. so i will not invest money in war. i will make the world a better place for all. and try to establish peace amongst the worlds nations.

John answers:

Interesting idea but it will never fly first off everyone would have to assume that you are a good person worthy of public trust. If this proofs to be true the people you put in power would also have to be good people that won’t give in to corruption given the size of America it is nearly impossible to ensure this. It would only be a matter of time till the corruption got to be to much to bare and a revolt began.

With Democracy corruption still exsist but its easier to scapegoat and vote out individuals thus making the public feel that its all under control. The problem with all forms of goverment is men and until that error can be fixed we’ll all suffer.

Points to you though for putting together a solution.

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