29.11.12

Kiddus Hashem : Showing G-d We Are With Him



B"H
 - The compromise is not in the messages and in the tones [of the candidates for knesset]. The compromise is in the harvesting of all these authentic good Jewish energies and then siphoning them right back where they don't belong, to the center of the secular and secularist establishment, in knesset, which is not a Torah institution and for G-d's sake we shouldn't treat it as such. If we wanted to show The King that we are with Him, as we should be, that we take seriously our oath of allegiance with Him, that we remember our vote, for Him, that we gave under the Mount in Sinai for all generations, than we wouldn't vote for these clowns who run in political part-ies for knesset to legislate over us together with the Arabs. If we were Jews, we'd distinguish between good and evil and we would not offer up our collaboration to the kofrim. Voting for knesset is not the Jewish way and it is justifiable only by us being children - or goyim: Democracy is good for them only and we were warned against it in the golden calf episode. The Kahanes proved that the State cannot be reformed from the inside and we should learn from them.

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28.11.12

On The Knesset Elections In Israel

B"H
- Yaaqov: Nevertheless, it looks Ben-Ari and Eldad's "Power To Israel" Party will be getting my vote, come this 11 Shvat (January 22, 2013)
- ABY: I'm not at you Yaaqov, just stating that this 11 Shvat (January 22, 2013) my vote will go to Hashem, exactly as it went to Him in the Sinai, for all generations. That is not to say that what Ben Ari says is not good, it is good. What is not good is to take the Jewish narrative and use it for knesset, which is a Hellenistic, non-Torah and anti-Torah institution on the Land. If these leaders, like the Feiglins and the Ben Aris used their support for our own Torah institutions, like the Temple, the Sanhedrin or the Malchut in general, I'd go behind them. As they use it for knesset, I don't, sorry.

- This is a comment on The Nice But Ineffective Likud Party List Of Candidates
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27.11.12

On The Likud Primeries



B"H 
 - Not impressed. As I said many times, I voted for Hashem at Sinai for all generations and I frankly don't see how so many Jews can fall for the deception of the part-ies. Why are our rabbis silent? Because they have to eat? They always ate. Were we not told not to let the nation be divided? So why do we let it happen? Because the goyim do it like this? Yeah, right, because the goyim do it like this. Besides, even according to their own un-Jewish, Hellenistic, democratic methods and principles, when was the last time we saw the electorate’s policy-choice showing up in government policy? No, there are too many pitfalls here. As Jews we should be united in pretending our own, Jewish, Torah institutions on the Land: The Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the Sanhedrin, righteous courts in every village and an executive that leads the nation to Torah, according to Torah. Hashem is King, let us not forget Him now, when we made it back home after 2000 years of terrible exile! Let's separate ourselves from the falsity of these democratic part-ies. "Demos" means people and "cratos": power - in Greek. Since when are we supposed to follow the most as opposed to the best? Please Hashem, let us unite in Torah and not under these riff-raff erev-rav innovators who replace the love of Hashem with the love of the created!
 
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25.11.12

Re: # 1: On State & Religion

B"H - In Judaism they are one and the same

- This is talkback # 6 on 55% in favor of keeping religious law
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Feiglin's Operation

B"H - Feiglin's clearly is a base widening operation that siphons the Jewish faith-based energies and recycles them right back where they don't belong, to the center of secular, establishment politics.

- This is talkback # 6 on Likud primaries underway; PM fears 'crazy list'  
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Xtians Crall Out From The Woodwork Everywhere

B"H
 - Netanyahu and our beloved president Peres even wished them happy xmas. Check it out on youtube. To anyone who is interested, I don't vote. Why? Because I voted for Hashem under the Mount in Sinai, remember?

- This is a comment on  MK Yuli Edelstein's Dirty Little Secret

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23.11.12

On Thanksgiving: Don't Imitate Them!



B"H 
 - Lady Light, the Rambam is clear on this and in his Hilichot Avodat Kochavim V'Chukkot HaGoyim, in halacha 36 says "Not to follow their customs or manner of dress". So, whereas your reasoning makes sense humanly, with bringing back memories and smells and atmospheres, etc., in a Jewish context it can be labeled as improper. You are a Jewess in this world first and acting it out should and I believe could fill your Jewish soul with such a joy that is incomparable with the physical pleasures of a rich celebratory meal consumed on the last Thursday of the month of November - by the goyim. Let me here report on the meanings of the names of the goy day and month, with the declared intent to further distance you from their disgusting habits and customs: The right hand man of the supreme god Odin, in Norse mythology, is Thor. He was known as the thunder god, and was responsible for the great thunder and lightning which he created with his mighty hammer. In addition to the atmospherical creations, he also was the god of war and destruction; things that the Anglo Saxons held as grand reasons to live and breathe. Thor's feast day was called aptly: Thor's day. The Anglo-Saxon tongue quickly changed this to Thur's day or Thursday. November is the 11th month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian [xtian] calendars and November was the ninth month of the ancient Roman calendar. November retained its name (from the Latin novem meaning "nine") when January and February were added to the Roman calendar (From voices.yahoo.com and Wikipedia respectively). So, to sum it all up, I'd take extra care not even to appear in Hashem's eyes as someone who might have anything to do with these disgusting customs of the idol worshipping of the historic enemies of the Jews.

- This is a comment on A Shlomo Brown Thanksgiving

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20.11.12

What We Want?

B"H
Jews need a king, a Sanhedrin and Torah courts in every village, a functioning Temple on the Temple Mount of Jerusalem, not this or that democratically elected knesset or prime minister. When good people will understand the need for Torah institutions on the Land, and invest in this, Hashem will give us the peace He promised.

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What No One Is Talking About

B"H
 - Why is it that no one is talking about the failure of "land for peace" in general and the error of the Gaza disengagement  seven years ago in particular?

- This is talkback # 40 on Before the next baby dies
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19.11.12

Iron Dome Is An Illusion



B"H
 - It is an illusion that we can cover the country somehow with an iron dome and avoid having to win the war. Peace comes only through winning the war and no Labor, Kadima or Likud politician can change this fact. Indeed the Iron Dome millions were not well spent: It projects the Israeli will to save its enemies, which is a perversion of Jewish ethics, just like the disengagement from Gaza was.

- This is talkback # 56 on Time to thank Amir Peretz 
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15.11.12

Quite The Opposite, Haber!



B"H - To Jews peace always comes as a result of Jewish victory and never as a result of a “diplomatic process”. Peace is G-d’s gift for compliance with His Torah and until “we” continue spitting Him in the face, as we do, we will have no peace: Why should we? Do we as a nation serve Hashem, our G-d, on His Land, with all our hearts, with all our souls and with all our resources? No, we don't. As you know all too well Haber, “we” serve new idols, like the State and its IDF.

- This is talkback # 26 on An endless war
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