25.2.09

On Jewish economics

B"H

- The following is talkback # 12 on "Fischer cuts interest rate by 0.25%"

Of course it is Judaism that forbids interest lending between Jews and zeros out debt tout cour in every seven years. Central-bank operated debt money supply is therefore anything but Jewish, it is something Israel "learned" from the nations, like having a parliament in power, and a secular and politicized supreme court, etc. There is nothing Jewish about these institutions and Jews deserve a Jewish State, not one that operates like any other nation. www.thetorahrevolution.blogspot.com

23.2.09

Worrysome development

B"H

- The following is a talkback # 15 to "Federman ordered away from IDF officer"

This particular skinhead in uniform, Tibon, and the many other skinheads currently in Israeli uniforms in general should be behind bars for what they are and for what they did to the Federman family, kids and parents. This, and other pogrom-style episodes, bring back memories of days we hoped passed already: the Ben Yosef hanging by the British and the Altalena affair. The Israeli secular establishment organized, financed and now has in its disposal black-uniformed mounted Jew-hating and Jew-beating units, ready to be the "order" arm of a "law and order" system where the "law" is represented by a synergy of Arab and extreme leftist knesset fractions that time and again arrive to be majority and by an equally if not more extreme leftist, politicized so called supreme court and judiciary: a Hellenistic circle of power-brokers backed by the media that aims to normalize the state under their rule. [It is called Socialism and it has nothing to do with Judaism.]If and indeed when elections “go wrong”, they are ready to throw in the dirty tricks department, adjusting results. That’s why and that’s how governments that start up rightist end up implementing extreme leftist policies.

Don't you worry Tibon, even if Federman is prohibited to come near to you, Hashem, our G-d, is watching you closely and the day when you will have to explain your deeds to the Highest Court will come and you will be dealt with according to Divine Law and Divine Order, forever.

22.2.09

Even

B"H

Even seeing where evil is, Moshe wants to play their game. This is where the real "fatal attraction" is.

- This is talkback # 12 on "Feiglin: Unity government – bullet to democracy's head" Who cares about democracy? We want a Jewish State! Jewish states come in Jewish ways, not through Hellenistic democracy.

21.2.09

Maybe

B"H

Maybe it's not the "distance" that matters Yair.. Maybe A. B. Yehoshua, Amnon Dankner, Koby Oz, Shlomo Artzi and Yaron London have nothing to add. Maybe they run out of lies, maybe they run out of steam. Have you thought about this?

It also is interesting that you, Yair Lapid, list yourself and members of the media, the artists, the authors, and the poets as "Israel’s cultural elite" that I assume has to be secular. Religious is per definition "stupid" for you and so, religious Jews cannot again, per definition, be described by you as "Israel's cultural elite". Well, let me break you the sour news: you are not and they are not either "cultural" or "elite". They may be “Israel's”. That's where it ends these days Yair, thank G-d.

The people you are referring to may describe themselves at best as "Zionists", if they are not actually post-Zionists. They don't only ignore but reject anything that is Jewish, (a category that includes Zionism whereas Zionism excludes Judaism) by idol-worshipping state and army.

So yes, it is a losing battle for you and for them and, with Hashem's help, a winning battle for Jewish Jews and for the Jewish People.

It depends on where you are looking reality from. From the Jewish side or from the Hellenists side.

- This is a slightly adited talkback # 9 on "A losing battle"

19.2.09

There is only one way

B"H

I grew up in Hungary, in an assimilated family. (Hungary killed around two third, about 500000 of its Jews in the Shoa). When I went there to visit my parents I was proudly sporting just about every external signs of Judaism: my kippah, my tzitzith and my payot. The only reaction I got from the Hungarians was: respect. Morale: if we do what we should be doing and what is right, that is being proud Torah Jews, the goyim will respect us. If we don't, they won't.

- This is comment # 12 on "The Banality of Evil"

18.2.09

It should not be a question at all

B"H

Are we ready to pay price for Shalit? This should not be a question at all. There is halacha on the issue and our Sages teach us that payment of excessive ransom is forbidden for a captive in as much as it would encourage our enemies to do further kidnappings.

- This is talkback # 1 on "Cabinet to make declarative decision on Shalit"

15.2.09

We Won!

B"H

With nearly 40% we, the non voting public, are the real winners! We are the biggest block here, bigger than Likud, bigger than Kadima, bigger than Labor, bigger than the Left and bigger than the Right. So, we should open our mouths bigger than ever and shout our reasons more loudly than ever. We should voice and voice again and again our distinction between government and State, our NO CONFIDENCE in the "democratic" system, not because it is corrupt and insufficient in terms of decision-making but because it is: Hellenistic. Let's not forget that the knesset is NOT a Torah institution and as Jews our duty in the Land of Israel is to separate ourselves from it (the concept of havdalah), appoint a King, the Sanhedrin, just courts in every village and provide a workplace for the cohanim. The Jews voted for Hashem under Mt. Sinai for all generations and every election shows that nearly half of the Israelis understand this basic truth. Therefore there is no way we shall stop fighting for our fundamental Jewish right to have a Jewish State. Long Live The King! See www.thetorahrevolution.blogspot.com

- This is talkback # 5 on "Tzipi, I expected more"

13.2.09

Not voting is not easy

B"H

Your comment is fascist Ilan. Your nick is Jewish, so I invite you to think like a Jew, not like a thug. There is absolutely nothing commendable in supporting a Hellenistic, anti-Jewish practice on the Land of Israel, just because millions of Jews are brainwashed into it. Not voting is not easy. It implies swallowing one's ego and immediate instinct. It implies being a - Jew.

- This is talkback # 36 on "Recipe for political disaster".

I wish, I wish he was right

B"H

I wish he was right but unfortunately he is not. Arabs have a great influence, relative to the number of their MKs. Rabin, for example, could push through knesset his [anti-Jewish] plan only because of Arab MKs. Sharon, for example, could push through knesset his [anti-Jewish] plan only because of Arab MKs. Aviner is only playing into the hands of his paymasters. See www.aviner.net


- This is talkback # 25 on "Rabbi Aviner: Halacha bans Arabs from Knesset"

it doesn't matter what aviner says

B"H

See http://www.aviner.net


- This is talkback # 23 on "Rabbi Aviner: Halacha bans Arabs from Knesset"

Re: 11 Terry

B"H

- Terry: "It is pointless in the extreme to bring up all kinds of abstract principles that are not intimately connected to our actual circumstances".
- ABY: That's where you are wrong Terry. Jews are Jewish because they act Jewish. Acting Jewish means mitzvot and mitzvot means Torah. Trying to separate Jews from Judaism will be the downfall of the Democratic Republic of Israel, the entity that occupies Eretz Israel. Distinguish, it is not a Jewish State, even if it tries to sell itself as such.

- This is talkback # 22 on "Rabbi Aviner: Halacha bans Arabs from Knesset"

12.2.09

The biggest block

B"H

With nearly 40% we, the non voting public, are the real winners! We are the biggest block here, bigger than Likud, bigger than Kadima, bigger than Labor, bigger than the Left and bigger than the Right. We should open our mouths bigger than ever and shout our reasons more loudly than ever. We should voice and voice again and again our distinction between government and State, our NO CONFIDENCE in the "democratic" system, not because it is corrupt and insufficient in terms of decision-making but because it is: Hellenistic. Let's not forget that the knesset is NOT a Torah institution and as Jews our duty in the Land of Israel is to bring it down [by separateing ourselves from it (the concept of havdalah)], appoint a King, the Sanhedrin, just courts in every village and provide a workplace for the cohanim. The Jews voted for Hashem under Mt. Sinai for all generations and every election shows that nearly half of the Israelis understand this basic truth. [Mixing with the erev rav is evil and today it is The evil. Therefore,] There is no way we will stop fighting for our fundamental Jewish right to have a Jewish State. Long Live The King! See www.thetorahrevolution.blogspot.com

- This is talkback # 29 on "Left did not crumble"

10.2.09

Really?

B"H

Vote or shut up - says Guy Ronen. Really? What an arrogant statement! With nearly 40%we, the non voting public, are the real winners! We are the largest group here, more than Likud, more then Kadima, more than Labor, more than the Left and more than the Right. We should speak up more than ever and more loudly than ever. We should voice and voice again and again our NO CONFIDENCE in the "democratic" system. Not because it is corrupt and insufficient in terms of decision-making but because it is Hellenistic. Let's not forget that the knesset is NOT a Torah institution and as Jews our duty on the Land of Israel is to bring it down, appoint a King, Sanhedrin and just courts in every village. Every election shows that nearly half of the Israelis understand this basic truth and there is no way we'll stop fighting for our fundamental Jewish right to have a Jewish State. Long Live The King!

This is talkback # 9 on "Vote or shut up" followed by other interesting (and friendly :) teebees

B"H Another good reason NOT to vote

Peres: "Anyone who wants to strengthen Israeli democracy should go out and vote.."

- This quote is taken from "1/4 of Israel's citizens cast votes"

Re: 3 In democracy

B"H

In democracy it is the small tax-consuming elite that rules over the large tax-paying public. In a Torah system this is not so and only re-adopting it the Jewish people can be true to themselves and be a light onto the nations.

- This is talkback # 3 on "Don't let democracy lose.."

State propaganda: vote for democracy's sake

B"H

The following is paragraph # 3 taken out from "Don't let democracy lose - Gideon Rahat calls on all Israelis to vote, for sake of reinforcing our democracy"

"As there is no democracy without periodical elections (this is a required condition, even if an insufficient one,) we can rule that this is in fact an opportunity given to the citizens to express their support for democracy itself, the system of government, with no relation to their vote. In other words, the failure to vote weakens democracy vis-à-vis its enemies."

Of course there are those who consider democracy Hellenistic and do not wish to "reinforce" it. One of their most powerful weapon clearly is: abstention from the vote

The Non Vote Is The Best Civil Disobedience

B"H

The non-vote is the best civil disobedience and the only (non) action THEY, the establishment, really fears. Even dictators need public support. The Jews have another good reason not to vote: democracy has nothing to do with Judaism. We voted for Hashem under Mt. Sinai for all generations and knesset is not a Torah institution.

- This is talkback # 18 on "Why I won’t be voting"

6.2.09

Why and to whom the Jews vote for in Israel

B"H

Why and to whom the Jews vote for in Israel by Ariel Ben Yochanan

Jews vote in Israel because at Deut. 17:14 they read into their Torah something that is not there: "When you come to the Land that Hashem your G-d, gives you, and possess it, and settle in it, and you will say, "I will set a knesset over myself of Jews and of Arabs, of righteous and of wicked, like all the nations that are around me".

They, the Jews, voted for Hashem at Mt. Sinai for all generations: He [Moses] took the book of the Covenant and read it in earshot of the people, and they said, "Everything that Hashem has said, we will do and we will obey!" (Exodus 24:7)

This is one more censored talkback on "Likud, Kadima in head-to-head race" It seems that the right to not to vote at an election is not recognised. This in my view is just one more sign, as if we needed one, to show what really disturbs the establishment: the so called rightist and religious parties or coherently Jewish Jews.