Thursday, November 09, 2006


The Abomination Parade scheduled for tomorrow late morning has been canceled. Hodu LaShem Ki Tov Ki L'Olam Chasdo!!! (Praise HaShem for He is Good and His chessed is forever!!) They exchanged their parade for a rally at Givat Ram stadium because of the worsening security situation brought about by the Beit Hanoun fiasco. It may have been an accident, but Armilus and company's evil plans are being blocked from all sides by the Guardian of Israel!

Remember, though, that the post-rally parties may get problematic. Some of these folks will be out for revenge. Their partying will definitely coincide with the onset of the Jewish Shabbat. Who knows what some of these folks have planned. The threats against the Shomer Shabbat public have already been publicized. Last year a group of the local gays from here in their local march made a point to French kiss in front of the Great Synagogue as they passed it. Now some of them are threatening rape! A big curse upon the Ford Foundation for trying to curse us with these folks pushing their twisted lifestyle upon all of us!


Blogger Rabbi Moshe Yess said...


There is no victory whatsoever in this "cancellation". It is not a cancellation at all. It is a mere change of venue for the same public abomination approved of by the Zionist State.

The same abomination/evil has not been removed from within our midst. It remains in full force and now seeks even greater revenge than before. When homosexuality is entirely purged from the Holy Land...then that alone constitutes and warrants a victory celebration.

In the meantime Bush is projected to lose the Senate as well. Hezbullah is regrouping and being re-armed. Iran is increasing its military might by leaps and bounds. The PLO is being re-inforced and all this parade stuff is a classic diversion tactic.

Let's get back on topic with Moshiach tracking please.

Rabbi Moshe Yess

11/09/2006 8:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"(Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud) Abbas will be surprised how far we are prepared to go. I can offer him a lot," said Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to Sky's Adam Boulton in an interview at the Conference for Export and International Cooperation in Tel Aviv on Thursday.

11/09/2006 10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rabbi Yess.... you just saw a miracle and you're still complaining.
The parade is confined to a small place rather than the streets. That is a miracle.

Some of those thousands of police should be utilised to protect the Jews from being harrassed as they leave shule tonight.

In the meantime, people should appreciate that a Nes Gadol has occurred here.

11/09/2006 11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If its in a stadium now their plans were foiled. A stadium is enclosed. If they had mad marched down the streets of Jerusalem in the open it would of been a victory for them. There are things going on in Jerusalem I'm sure that are evil, but they are behind closed doors, hidden places, just like everywhere in the world, so it was a victory that it was a changed venue.

Also, Im over in US and I knew Bush was in trouble. Prior to the election I kept hearing over INR, that they need the Republicans essentilly to protect Israel. They have much, mightier protection with a prayer. I came to the conclusion that many think the US is their saviour. How is that Moshiach watching and expecting?
A lot of problems in the middle east were created by America, Brittain, and France trying to control and exploit oil rich countries. US created many of these tyrrants including Saddam, gave him gas to gas people with, and most that happened in the Reagon-Bush 1 years. They, President and both houses have gladly armed the palestinians as well as Israel.That should tell you they are most often motivated by wrong reasons, I could go on, and on but US is not Israel's salvation, HaShem is. He has a plan, we need to be hoping and looking for Moshiach to come.

11/09/2006 11:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It wasn't cancelled, it was simply moved. They are going to make a parade from the Israel Museum to the Science Museum, and then to the stadium where they will have their "happening."

11/10/2006 12:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

totally agree with m. yess! this is by no means a cancellation. they have not backed down as the result of the nation wide protest. they agreed to the change due to terror threats from the arabs.

perhaps it can be viewed as help ftom Hashem. however, to me it looks more like a test. every time when jews reach a point where they can and have to defend emet (the truth) to the end they are offered a "compromise" and every time they grab onto the "compromise" leaving emet behind (only in the books they study).
this happened after ww2, when instead of claiming their right for Moshiach, Torah and Eretz Israel, jews have settled on "compromise" and got zionist state instead. the same happened in gush katif, amona, lebanon and now the Holy City.
we should never ask for tests ourselves, yet when one is presented we should not try to bypass it, because it will come back to us in a greater form.
may Hashem have mercy on all of us!!!

11/10/2006 12:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Simplejew, you hit the nail right squarely on the head. This is precisely what the Yesha Council did to sabotage the people at every turn of the struggle against the expulsion from Gush Katif, particularly at Kfar Maimon when there was a spirit flowing among the people to make a drastic move and all they needed was a leader to give the word. But the Yesha Council made a deal behind their backs and the moment passed into oblivion.

The Erev Rav are not only to be found in the secular leadership, but also among the religious leaders, as it says, quote:

They are called 'Erev Rav' because they are the heads of the Jews in exile, and therefore they are called 'rav.' (Likutim HaGra)

In fact, some of the most frightening words come from the Divrei Chaim, who says:

"Before the arrival of Moshiach, most of the rabbis will be from the Erev Rav, because Israel in themselves are holy, but the Erev Rav only work for their own benefit . . . wanting to rule over the public . . . One should only join with those who truly serve G-d and sacrifice themselves to Him, but not in order to receive any benefit." (Divrei Chaim, Parashas Vayakhel, 'Omissions')

Thus, a tell-tale sign of Erev Rav is not what the person does, but his motivation for doing it, which is not always simple to know. However, over time it is clear which leaders serve G-d and His people 'lishmah' - for altruistic reasons - and which ones do so for the sake of some personal benefit. Thus, you can find simple, unlearned but devoted Jews who are cherished by Heaven, and intelligent and well-learned leaders who are self-serving, and despised by Heaven, especially when they fool the public and garner their respect.


In his book EVEN SHELOMO, the Vilna Gaon, zt"l wrote that the selection and purification of Israel will not be complete until the Erev Rav separates from Israel completely,....

...Divre Simcha by Rabbi Simcha Ysachar Ber Chalberstam, zt"l) "...even if we see in them (The Erev Rav) good things like Torah and tradition and good manners and in particular they make peace with everybody and peace is the foundation of everything,...we must reject all these people even when they have good aspects in their behavior because then will be time of clarification and selection and this will be the trial and choice in those days."

This is why even though we must try our best to be 'doing' while we wait, in the end, we await Mashiach because he is the only one we can trust to lead us down the correct path. Our most important task is to learn and teach correct Torah thinking so that we can prove ourselves ready to receive Mashiach and then Hashem will reveal him to us. How do we know this?

Moshe was the first redeemer. He went out to his people and the spirit of G-d caused him to have a zealous compassion for the plight of his people. He was ready to lead us out of slavery the day he slayed the Mitzri for beating a Jew, but the one who next day threatened to reveal this against him proved we were not yet ready and so Moshe fled into the wilderness and we remained in abject servitude for another how many? years.

I personally am very deeply saddened by the too quick public labeling of acts of Kiddush Hashem by zealots as not "Jewish" or not "Toradik."

Remember that the majority of the people, too, were ready to execute Pinhas before Heaven made its position known on the matter. If we have our doubts, there's no crime in that, but let's be very careful what we say publicly and how we try to influence others by our own opinions which may be rooted more in our own fears than in any perceived violation of Torah values.

We are only days away from Rosh Chodesh Kislev bringing with it thoughts of Chanukah and the "nes gadol" that happened in that season. Our situation today is running so parallel to that time, that we must look very hard into the issues of the day and how the "heros" dealt with it in order to bring some of that light into our own time.

You can read more about the struggle against the Erev Rav as well as some other enlightening resources for spiritual clear-headedness at the Geula Watch forum, here:

To ultimate victory, may it come speedily, in our days...

Shabbat shalom,

11/10/2006 11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LeChaim to all!
First of all, Im grateful to Hashem that He sent us this miracle. We must be optimistic, and thank Him. Then He will surely bring Redemption IY"H!

We have to keep our guard up now, there will most likely be flak from our enemies over this as SimpleJew says. I think it's definately a test....The whole Olam HaZeh is a test, and we have to now work to thank Hashem, and pray for the Redemption much harder!

Rabbi Yess, the big victory of Haman's downfall and the Jewish triumph came from little victories on the way:
1. Vashti's death
2. Esther's queenship
3. Bigthan and Teresh getting caught
4. Haman leading Mordechai around Shushan
5. Haman getting covered with human refuse (the gay organizers feel covered in it now,ha ha ha)
and a whole lotta others.
This is not The Victory, we will probably see more tests and we have to brace ourselves! However it is a good step forward, and Im grateful!

Shabbat Shalom!

11/10/2006 4:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Rabbi Yess,

Agree. Let's get back on topic with Moshiach tracking please.

Fangyu Liang
Cerritos, CA USA

11/10/2006 5:45 PM  
Blogger meturgeman said...

I ran into Dov the last week in a mall in Yerushalaim, and while we were talking I commented that I hadn't posted to his blog in over a year, to which he responded, "Why not?" The short answer is, I have been too busy...I can't even keep up with my own blog. A slightly longer answer is, while I feel very strongly that I have an obligation to be a "loyal opposition" here, that takes a lower priority than many other things, especially since it seems most readers would rather insult me than listen to my views.

But do keep in mind that Dov and I are friends and neighbors, and he has no objection to my posts here, even tho' we don't always see eye-to-eye.

So in that spirit I want to offer this link to my own blog, where I discuss the current tumult over the Gay parade. Needless to say, my view is quite different then the hate and rage expressed here. My basic point is that WE have sullied the city of Yerushalaim by NOT BEHAVING as frum Jews; the parade is symptom, we are the disease.

But it's easier to point fingers and blame everyone else, so as I said, I expect to be vilified for saying this.

In my conversation with Dov last week, he had no problem with the mob violence coming from the hareidi camp; actions that turned Meah Shearim and Geula into the new Harlem; actions very reminiscent of many of the Muslim riots all over the world in recent years. In addition, even though he says he is not gloating, Dov is looking forward with enthuasiasm to his B'Ita scenario, and there is NO WAY, based on his own sources, that that can happen with out many, many more deaths. Including lots of dead Jews...possibly millions...maybe even 6 million.

I choose to believe there is another way. We can stop all this hatred and finger pointing, stop picking which Jews deserve to die so we can pave the blood-soaked road to redemption, and start loving instead, as God meant us to do, becoming teachers and shining examples. It is NEVER too late for Achishenu.

11/14/2006 2:49 AM  
Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

I never said that I would be happy with the death of millions. I pray not. I also believe that we have given our pound of flesh. Suffering should come from another corner, our enemies. When Esau's angel is thrown into the abyss, I hope that as few decent human beings are with him

B'itah is our last resort. We seem headed in that direction. When large groups of Rabbanim joined in with Sharon at an inappropriate time, Achishena became more elusive. Again better Esau's angel than us.

11/15/2006 7:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bravo to what meturgeman said above and on his own blog. I wish everyone would be willing to turn inward to understand ourselves rather than just outward with hate.

11/16/2006 12:37 AM  

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