There's no man page for knowing what you're talking about.
Actually that's what man pages are for - they provide application specific knowledge. Though I usually prefer to just google about for answers. If I'm feeling really masochistic I might post a technical question on slashdot, and read responses from ACs.
The other problem with your argument is "Don't like it? Don't go to Israel.". What about people returning to Israel?
For an example of what I'm talking about, look at the Southern Poverty Law Center's pronouncements - including especially their advice to law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security that displaying bumper stickers supporting Ron Paul during the presidential primary, or any of a number of other pro-Constitution or Tea Party political position messages, was a sign that the driver was a terrorist.
Let's see, upset at SPLC? Wonder why that is...
As far as designating drivers with Ron Paul stickers as terrorists, you are most likely confusing that (deliberately or not) with their investigations into and reporting on right wing hate groups that planned or carried out attacks. Like this one. I mean, if we are talking about militia groups, patriot movement groups, and sovereign citizens, we are talking about groups that have attacked or planned to attack police officers.
Reading, writing, making music, painting, playing games are all things that I super love to do. But they're just a side thing to something else that I'm good at that is much more productive and tangible to society.
So I guess you don't see the value of art in society? I think we are enriched by writing, painting, drawing, sculpting, performance, and the endless ocean that is music. I think a world where we just worry about being "productive and tangible" is a sad grey world. I say this as a developer: a healthy society supports the arts.