Carl Jung: We have some discussions over here with physicists concerning this matter.

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To J. B. RhineDear Dr. Rhine, 1 April 1948I’ve read your book with the greatest interest and I thank you very much for sending me more than one copy. People read it a lot over here and I have…

Source: Carl Jung: We have some discussions over here with physicists concerning this matter.

Carl Jung: …the concept of the self cannot be described as a summum bonum.

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To Armin KesserDear Herr Kesser, 18 June 1949I would like to thank you very much for your amiable review of my book Symbolik des Geistes.You have succeeded in handling this difficult material in a …

Source: Carl Jung: …the concept of the self cannot be described as a summum bonum.

Saint Rouhani doesn’t need facts

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IRAN 24/07

Following on the path of Javad Zarif’s op-ed in the New York Times to “rid the world of Wahabbism”, Hassan Rouhani’s speech at the NAM meeting in Venezuela was filled with cynical half-truths and lies which are totally irrelevant of the facts. In fact, he sounded as if he is the president of a neutral country such as Sweden or Switzerland and not a country which is fueled by a strategy of expansionism, is involved in two proxy wars, is accused of numerous efforts to meddle in its neighbors affairs, is openly supporting terrorist organizations, is increasing the sectarian Shiite-Sunni divide, is oppressing women and sectarian/religious minorities etc…

Rouhani’s speech is all “peace and love” but is devoid of being factual:

  • Tehran is fighting “against extremism and terrorism” – Anyone mention Hezbollah,Islamic Jihad and even al-Qaeda and the Taliban? OK, so one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom…

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Zarif scores points BUT loses credibility

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IRAN 24/07

Reading Javad Zarif’s op-ed in the New York Times, “Mohammad Javad Zarif: Let Us Rid the World of Wahhabism“, is bewildering: he hits the problems of extremist Wahabbism right on the nail but the fact that he doesn’t take responsibility, let alone mention, Iranian-backed extremism and terrorism (including non-Shiite organizations such as Al-Qaeda) makes his whole argument less credible and more akin to propaganda. Had Zarif admitted to Tehran’s support of terrorism, his call would have greatly increased in credibility. As it is, Zari’s tirade against Wahabbism sounds like a speech by a pathetic alcoholic in denial at an AA meeting.

What makes Zarif even less credible is that his call “rid the world of Wahabbism” is really a call to pressure Saudi Arabia, no more no less. Since Wahabbism is a key part of Saudi Arabia, eliminating Wahabbism is really another way of trying to eliminate…

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