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Update on Article Rant about Texas Gov. Abbott’s Anti-BDS Law

December 20, 2018

Yes, I know my previous post about signing a loyalty oath to Israel is “just” an oath to not boycott Israel products or support BDS by doing BDS. Further, I have not done BDS–yet. But BDS is not the point. The point is no one has the right to tell me I must buy Israel products or I cannot boycott Israel products or any other products. That’s like telling me I must watch George Clooney movies when I have been boycotting one of Hollywood’s worst hypocrites for over a year now (even though “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?” and the Ocean’s series are among my fave movies!). Just as no one has the right to tell me I must watch certain movies, no one has the right to tell me I must buy Israel’s products. As for oaths of any kind, when I sign an oath I believe I must stick to it.

It’s a simple matter of merely signing this unconstitutional oath to keep your job, then saying screw it, I’ll BDS anyway! But that is not me. I do not work that way. Further, many Americans likely would work that way; so, if signing an oath you have no intention of keeping “works” for you, then Who is to say that when you took an oath to uphold Christ as Savior, you’re just whistling dixie? Know what I mean? Will GOD take your oath as a vow of bogus-ness? Or are you simply pulling a gentile version of the Talmudic Kol Nidre?

But while some Americans or Texans will sign the oath anyway, just because, the ACLU is actually doing something about it, on behalf four, not including that teacher, who has had another suit filed through CAIR (the teacher is Palestinian-American). Did governor Abbott actually think this would not happen? Here is the link:

ACLU Texas Files First Amendment Challenge to Anti-BDS Law

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