Ahead of the so called Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day) we must say loud and clear that this Hellenistic Jerusalem is the most corrupt and most un-Jewish Jerusalem of all times in our history

B"H - As you know, I'm not as optimistic as you are on these issues. I think the very fact that Hashem sent us these enemies and that He continues to do so is an indication of at least two things. One is to express His opposition to and displeasure with what we are doing here, namely running a non-Torah and therefore anti-Torah, secular State, on His Land of all places: Absurd, if you think about it, a daily and public Chilul Hashem, a desecration of His Name, for crying out loud! I think to claim that what is established here is a "Jewish sovereignty" is rather far fetched and amounts to be an oh so obvious lie of which we, as a nation want to believe in and so choose to live in a collective denial. I'm not interested in participating in this, I think just because Hashem sends miracles in the State's direction does not absolve us from having to do our duty, that is to say to be His loyal royalists and no one else's: Let Him do what He has to do and not substitute Him with ourselves, something that the Kookist Zionist stream loves to do. So, this is one. Two, I even contest what I see as their propaganda "victory" narrative. In my dictionary victory means the elimination of the enemy or its will to fight. Instead, what clearly is in front of our eyes, is that all of our enemies are not only there, in place, but they are stronger than ever and as willing to send us into the sea or up again in smoke, as ever. This is no "victory". At best, it is "conflict management". The third thing that outright irritates me at this point is your plural licking up to them: It is unthinkable that learned Jews like yourself (singular) shy away from pointing out to the rest of us that the celebrated Jerusalem is the most corrupt and most un-Jewish of all the Jerusalems in our history. It is unthinkable that many of you, students and followers of the rabbi who set out to change things from within and got killed, and his son got killed, are now the staunchest defenders of the status quo and supporters of the State that proactively stands there to prevent us from having a Torah reality. I know, you say it's a "process" and that we have to allow time and that the State is a tool and that it is a vessel and so on. I say maybe, but that doesn't mean we don't have to state loudly, day and night what the goal is and keep licking up to them, as if they were doing the right thing. They are not. In this way we only render ourselves as guilty as they themselves, the Erev Rav are.

- This is a comment on Parashat Bechukkotay & Yom Herut Yerushalayim: Together Again
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An answer to those who accuse observant (orthodox) Jews of not jumping on the Zionists' band-wagon

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Another State sin? Yes, of course.

B"H - More Home Land Security monies earmarked for upkeep of bomb-shelters and for distribution of gas-masks are offered to save idol worshipers in Nepal Hashem wants to punish

- This is a talkback on Israel Offers More Aid as Nepal Struck by Second Earthquake
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Iran threat?

B"H - Maybe. But we also must not forget that fear-mongering is a typical tactic of the establishments to sell THEIR providing security for the populations. Now, in Israel we are surrounded with real enemies, but in my view this situation is the direct result and consequence of a conscious choice of the Israeli establishment, as they need the external threat to stay in power and rule over us in their un-Jewish ways. And I didn't even use the Z word! :)

- This is a talkback on The U. S. Sells Israel Down the River,...and Admits It!
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Pamela Geller is a courageous woman

B"H - Pamela Geller’s anti-radical Islam stance probably earned her a place on several terrorist groups’ hit lists and it is unlikely that she can just go down to her local grocery store any time soon to buy a bar of chocolates or a bottle of oil. She is not only a courageous woman to stand up against Islamists, but a generous one too, having sacrificed her personal freedom for the rest of her biological life for the cause.
What she does though is not Kiddush Hashem, sanctification of G-d’s Name, “Freedom of speech” not being a Torah value. Actually, it is an anti-Torah, Western value. As Jews we pray three times a day and in one of our prayers we ask G-d guidance to help us say only the right things with our mouths. Geller makes no secret of her Jewish origins, yet her image is Western: She does not cover her hair, she does not dress modestly, she uses jewelry and makeup. This kind of public behavior is spitting Hashem, our G-d in the face and no Jew can approve of it.
So, in conclusion, the final message has to be this: Pamela Geller, please stop the public desecration of the G-d of Israel’s Name!

- This is a comment on Pamela Geller’s War On Radical Islam And Everybody Else
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A dissonant voice on the Israeli mission in Nepal earthquake relief

B"H - I want to know who authorized, how and when the misuse of funds earmarked for the Israeli homeland security command, to finance the upkeep of bomb-shelters in Israel, some of which are closed or unusable as a direct consequence of lack of funds and the distribution of gas-masks to Israelis, an operation that was recently suspended for the same reason, to finance idol worshipers Hashem, our G-d, wanted to punish in Nepal. I want to see the face of the traitor who puts the lives of Israelis at greater risk and does it on purpose!

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