B"H - With reference to the new "high court" appointments, the bottom line is that we must not be surprised that the Erev Rav, the anti-Jewish mixed multitude, keeps accumulating power in its hands. The simple fact is that we know full well that no good can come out from the State of Israel's institutions, as they are defiantly non-Torah and anti- Torah institutions and as Jews we must pretend the establishment of Torah institutions on the Land: a Jewish king with his two Torah scrolls to run the executive, a Cohen Gadol to run the Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, a Sanhedrin and just courts throughout the Land to administer justice. These are the Jewish institutions and checks and balances prescribed by our Constitution, the Torah! When we deviate from this divine model of running a perfect society, we commit a huge and public Chilul Hashem, desecration of G-d's Name, for which we can only be punished in terrible, terrible ways: So much for the masochism of our People, the Children of Israel. In conclusion, the Jewish response to this must be to abandon as much as possible this State's Hellenistic democracy, to abstain at least from the vote for evil kneset!
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