Monday, November 06, 2006

Total Hefkerut: Nothing is Sacred to these folks

Attourney General Mazuz who kept privately threatening the now brain dead Sharon with the prosecution of his sons if he did not destroy Jewish life in Gush Katif, now has found a new more kosher beast to slay. He has his sights on debasing the sanctity of Yerushalayim. Nothing will stop him now. Rioting and/or logic will not stop this wicked little snake of an attourney general from trashing the sanctity of Yerushalayim. The perverts must march. In his mind there can be no greater good. No letter writing campaign will stop these monsters. The police, trying their best not to be storm troopers this week, have officially been put on notice to crush all dissent. The holy souls of Mea Shearim, Geulah, and Bayit VeGan need our fervent Tehillim and prayers to stop this madness. The intensification of Gog UMagog has officially begun. Perek Shira everyday if you can!

I will, G-d willing be updating every day this week.

Two and a half years after UTJ signed a letter of intent on the tenth of Tevet, 5765 to join Sharon's government the Holy City might be handed over to the nations of the world. We are quickly headed in that direction. Marching and fighting with the police over the city's sanctity cannot stop the fact that when the lives of 10,000 holy Jews were turned into hefkerut (ownerless garbage), Yerushalayim was handed over too. Unless some rich and wealthy supporters of those who joined the Sharon government in 5765 put the good people of Gush Katif on their feet with a just compensation package, burning garbage in the middle of Kikar Shabbat will not stop this inevitable march to hefkerut of the Holy City at the hand of the unholy snake M. Mazuz.

I am now working on my article about the year of Yakov, the third year of Sukkot, 5767. He is now living in Sukkot this year. He encountered Esau of Yom Kippur, and he has moved on to Sukkot. For the rest of this year, he will be dwelling there as the world apparently changes in such fundamental ways that by 5768, the world could very possibly change more drastically than it usually does in the normal century. I believe such change is usually called apocalyptic?

As we see from this Abomination Parade, G-d has no one else to bless on the side of purity. No blessing will come into the world this year except through those who serve him lishma. Western Civilization is now mired totally in the power of impurity. It is destined to fight the Persians who are also mired in the same muck. Now one might think that since there is no one else to bless except for Yakov Avinu and truly righteous gentiles that everything should be good for Israel, but alas the Erev Rav still reigns here, for they too have a brit milah and are adopted into the family of Jacob. Yet, as we see, they will do everything in their power to keep us all in the garbage heep so that Edom can still rule here. Mazuz is their point man.

The year of Jacob needs a more intense understanding. I am on the case. G-d willing, more tomorrow.

13 Comments:

Blogger Rabbi Moshe Yess said...

BS"D

The moment of realization is not necessarily the moment of occurrence. The moment of occurrence was when that Zionist State omitted any and all reference to Hashem at its inception.

The Hebrew word “oz” means strength. For religious Jews their oz is Hashem and Torah. But the Israelis ignored that Oz and instead put their trust in their Uzis….a word from the same root ……and meaning “my strength”.

Because so many placed their trust in their weapons and not in Hashem...Hashem then responds and says...I will give you much more need to rely on your weapons than had you found your strength in Me. Hence all the wars since 1948.

With the Holy City now being turned into a drag queen strip, the fag freedom center, the queer quarter…we see the fruit of Zionism’s tree. Rotten, rotten fruit smelling the entire Holy Land.

I am sorry for those frumma Yidden who have to suffer this outrage in Jerusalem. More importantly I am sorry for the consequences it will definitely bring down from Heaven. Too many Yeshivas keeping silent about the government’s wrongdoings so as not to affect government stipends to themselves. Silence is approbation according to Talmud.

The sole remaining merit that the Zionists had, being willing to die for the Land, has now departed them. Now they can’t give the Land away fast enough.

As years go by the much slandered “radicalism” of Satmar seems to be more and more justified…and proven accurate.

There will be no mass teshuvah. There will be moans and groaning of an evil posing as Judaism going into free fall and self destruction.

The lucky ones will get out while they still can.

Rabbi Moshe Yess

11/06/2006 4:24 AM  
Anonymous Ariel said...

B'H

Blessings!

Perek Shira can be found at

http://lazerbrody.typepad.com/lazer_beams/files/perek20shirah20booklet.pdf

Thanks!

Ariel.

11/06/2006 6:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rabbi Yess... the lucky ones will get out of where? I thought all of us should be GOING to Israel now?

Rabbi Dov.... thank you and keep writing.

11/06/2006 8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ABOUT THE "PRIDE" PARADE

Please spread this information to everyone who can make good use of it. And note that this is not the first time this has occurred in Jerusalem. It will be the FOURTH! time.

As I understand it from their website, there will be a gathering at Liberty Bell Park at 11 am. The parade starts at 11:45 am and usually begins at Kikar Zion traveling up Ben Yehuda (where their office is located which operates year round without disturbance!) to King George and on back to Liberty Bell Park where there is to be a "happening" at 12:30pm.

May G-d give us the wisdom and the strength to successfully oppose the continued defilement of His Name and His City. As it says in prophet Amos...

"Thus says the L-rd: For three transgressions...,and for four, I will not turn away it's punishment...."

Dev

11/06/2006 12:15 PM  
Anonymous katrina said...

I don't believe it will happpen-it'll get called off at the last minute the government just wants all the gay tourist dollars

maybe there'll be a hurricane in gaza or an earthquake

11/07/2006 12:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't there a way to protest the parade without the defamation or use of such phrases as'fag' or 'queer'? I agree that the parade should not be help in Yerushalayim, but we damage our case when we come accross as haters and not Jews standing up for the sanctity of our land and city. Even though we beleive the homosexuality is wrong, please remember there are real people who are caught up in it that truly have these feelings. They are not abominable monsters who are truly hetero but go against their own nature to perform acts that most of the world feels are unatural.
You and I Baruch Hashem are not tested with these feelings, but havent we done dispicable things in our lives?
Lets seperate the issues and not hate indiscriminatly.
Thanks
Shoshanna

11/07/2006 2:44 AM  
Blogger Akiva said...

Live report Monday night from the Jerusalem Front, with pictures, here and here.

May Hashem help us all. Now stand up and do something all of us!

11/07/2006 6:37 AM  
Blogger dev77 said...

It is a real shame that sometimes the courts can't realistically look at the big picture. Even if they have absolutely no concern about this conflagration, they could at least look at what the outcome will be. On one hand you have the right to march, on the other hand you are going to spend millions of shekels to clean up the mess that this march will cause, you have the physical harm and possible loss of life(g-d forbid) caused by this march, you have the damage of property caused prior to the march, and so on and so on, just from a non-spiritual view the courts have to say "is it worth it", is this march worth loss of life, millions of shekels for police and cleanup, & hurt human beings. Once again forget the spiritual, this is like the Nazi Party wanting to march through Borough Park, you just have to consider the feelings of the people you are trampling on. Come on Supreme Court use some common sense, use just a piece of the common sense the good lord gave you and stop this. Even if you are totally secular and don't believe a word of the torah, you have to use your common sense every once in while.
As to the whole contention of this blog, I have to understand why the author picked this as being the end all. Every week, millions of Jews in Israel are violating the shabbos in public, eating treif in public, etc. etc. Is a say parade worse than violating the shabbos. I don't see riots in our holy city every week that the majority of people drive and violate the shabbos in Jerusalem. What is it about the gay parade that deserves more attention than weekly outright violation of Shabbos. Is it worse for me to march in a gay parade or openly violate the shabbos. I don't plan to do either, but I don't understand why everyone is singling out this event when there are other important halachic violations and nobody cares. If we spent more time on bringing in the non frum jews and less on the gay parade maybe we could have an almost fully frum country. I don't feel this parade should take place in any shape or form and I do think it is a great shanda for lack of a better word, but I just wonder where this fits in, in relation to all the other terrible things that are happening to our holy city.

11/07/2006 6:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Latest info from Israel National News:

"...The march route has been changed from the center of town to the government complex area, including the Knesset.

"...Calls to take to the streets in protest have come from the Eida Hareidit Rabbinical Court, Rabbi Yosef Sholom Elyashiv, the Yesha Rabbinical Forum, and the National-Religious Camp. Close to 3,500 buses have been chartered to bring protestors from around the country to Jerusalem on Friday by the Yesha Council, Shas, Chabad and other organizations. The Eida Hareidit Rabbinical Court has vowed to organize a "million-man march" against the parade."

--Dev

11/07/2006 10:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From Kol HaTor:

"...our main service and battle is to break and to remove the strength of the Erev Rav, the k'lipah of Armelius the Evil, from Israel; the Erev Rav is our greatest enemy, the one who separates the two moshiachs. The k'lipah of the Erev Rav works only through deception and roundabout ways. Therefore, the war against the Erev Rav is the most difficult and bitterest of all. We must strengthen ourselves for this war, and anyone who does not participate in the battle against the Erev Rav becomes, de facto, a partner with the k'lipah of the Erev Rav, and was better off not being born in the first place. (Kol HaTor, Chapter 2, Section 2, Letter 'bais')

...The main force of the `erev rav' is at the gates of Jerusalem by the entrance of the city (The Great Period, 503-504).

[WHERE TODAY SITS THE COMPLEX OF ISRAEL'S GOVERNMENT---THE KNESSET, THE PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE, THE BANK OF ISRAEL AND THE HIGH COURT OF (IN)JUSTICE AMONG THEM.]


As I see it, with Sharon gone, but not gone, it's possible that we are now in a transition phase between the Mashiach ben Yosef period and the Mashiach ben David period of history. Olmert (Armilus) and his gang are standing in the breach causing a separation between these two Mashiachs and their power base is centered at the gates of Jerusalem on the western side just as was written.

It is no mere coincidence that the parade has been moved to the government complex. At the soul level, the anti-Torah forces feel that this is the point of their greatest strength and protection. The government complex is a symbol of their greatest achievement. They feel that in the merit of having re-created the State of Israel, they can continue to abuse Hashem, His Torah, His people and His land. But Hashem has davka inspired them to take this course so that He can take the battle to the very gates of His enemies to prove His superior strength to them.

If we, the Torah Jews of Eretz Yisrael and Holy Yerushalayim, have the spiritual strength and insight and the courage to exhibit the mesirut nefesh of our forefathers, we can serve as the conduit for Hashem's power and His will and topple them once and for all!

I firmly believe that this is a time of favor for Am Yisrael, if we will but grasp it!!


Chazak! Chazak!


--Dev

11/07/2006 11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dev77, you don't understand because, as you make a point of mentioning, you "forget the spiritual." No one can understadn anything that happens in Israel outsdie the spiritual. Absolutely everything msut be approached from the spiritual perspective. If you truly want to understand that is....

There is no question that public chillul hashem has run rampant in Jerusalem, G-d help us! But there are two reasons now that the focus has turned to this parade:

1. It purports to be a celebration of one of these particular sins, and

2. The right spiritual moment has arrived to take on the entire gamut of wrongs which have reached their saturation point with Hashem.

This must be an awakening for us. It can't be that we will go back to business as usual. Stores open on Shabbat; cars whizzing around like it's any other day of the week; drug usage and prostitution in the city center, immodest dress and advertisements...it's all got to go and we are going to have to wage a war to bring Eretz Yisrael under Torah rule, just like the Macabbees did to rid us of Hellenism. Democracy also must go as it is anti-Torah. No one has personal rights which endanger the klal and violate the holy covenant.

Anyone who is unwilling to live under Torah law has the entire rest of the world to choose from. This identification with the West and it's perverted "values" is one of the prime reasons for terrorism on Israeli soil.

---Dev

11/07/2006 12:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LATEST INFORMATION (Quoting Ynet):

... the ... Pride Parade will take place this coming Friday, as scheduled.

[It] is set to begin at 11 a.m. and conclude at around 3 p.m.; participants will march from Kaplan Street and head toward the Givat Ram Stadium, where a rally will be held.

You can view a map of the area here:
LATEST INFORMATION (Quoting Ynet):

... the ... Pride Parade will take place this coming Friday, as scheduled.

[It] is set to begin at 11 a.m. and conclude at around 3 p.m.; participants will march from Kaplan Street and head toward the Givat Ram Stadium, where a rally will be held.

You can view a map of the area here:
http://www.geocities.com/israelintel/route.gif

11/07/2006 6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://dreamingofmoshiach.blogspot.com/2006/11/wednesday-17-of-cheshvan-november-8th.html

WEDNESDAY 17 OF CHESHVAN/NOVEMBER 8TH - A DAY OF FASTING

11/08/2006 12:05 AM  

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