The world is more twisted than a neurotic pretzel. Human beings increasingly regard other human beings as if they are closely related to the cockroach.
Why might that be? Our naturally aggressive and selfish nature, as Stephen Hawking describes it? Our complete inability to communicate with each other with entire honesty and complete sentences?
Or is it all Steve Jobs' fault?
No, it is not I who am raising this possibility. It is Britain's chief rabbi, Lord Sacks. As the Daily Mail's ringing ears describe it, the Chief Rabbi gave a speech this week, at which the Queen … Read more