Life is likened unto two roads: one of fire and one of ice. If you walk in  the one, you will be burned, and if in the other, you will be frozen. What shall one do? Walk in the middle.

Diane Weber Bederman is a spokesperson for current events & writer on topics such as; Ethics, Politics, Religion and Mental Health. She is a book author and highly published columnist.   Diane feels, “There is a shortage of respectful dialogue, today.  And too much opinion expressed that is fact free.”  Welcome to ”The Middle Ground Blog”, Diane’s collection of articles where the opinions you read may not be yours, but they will always be based on fact.

Let’s Celebrate Canada 150

  Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has shared his belief that one of the most important values we have in Canada, the value we ought to be celebrating on our 150th Birthday, is diversity. So he said on  Eid al-Fitr  at the end of Ramadan “Canada’s cultural diversity is one of our...
Read More

Is that an “ism” or an accommodation?

Is there a difference between an "ism" and an accommodation? I was watching Global News in Canada June 20,  when a segment appeared: A white woman yelling for a Canadian Doctor while waiting in clinic with her sick child.She lives in an area that is multi-ethnic. “More than half of Mississauga's...
Read More

British Museum Promotes Antisemitism

NOTE: I have been requested by the British Museum to remove the mobile phone numbers of Dr. Spencer from this blog. I have been asked to provide another email address to which you may, and I hope will, send an email regarding the Museum's continued refusal to address the issue of an antisemitic...
Read More

CBC prostrates itself to Islam

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, supported by all taxpayers, bends over backwards to accommodate Islam. I have lost track of the number of complaints I have lodged with the ombudsman, Esther Enkin. It seems that the CBC does not consider the omission of facts to be unethical.  Hence the...
Read More

       About The Book

Not only are we under attack from those who hate our way of life, but our Western culture is crumbling from the internal pressures of worshiping the false gods of absolute tolerance, inclusion, and accommodation to the point that we welcome beliefs, customs, and rituals that undermine our democracy—in the name of democracy!



“An Intimate Soul Searching Journey. I highly recommend Back to the Ethic as a must read for all people of faith and people struggling with faith…”

“I’m very impressed with this book. Diane Weber Bederman give a very thorough understanding of exactly why the Judeo Christian tradition is the very foundation of our society. She shows exactly why it works and why other belief systems do not…”