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Here’s a prayer that Rav Berland wrote for the molad, the new moon of Shvat, 5781.

Baruch Hashem, someone called me from the US to tell me about it literally 5 minutes before the deadline for saying it in Israel, but if you live in Europe, UK or the US, you still have some time to say it.

Three times.

As per the Rav’s request.

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I’ll put the prayer at the bottom of this post, but I also wanted to flag a couple of other things, too.

You can now get all of the Rav’s books in English for free, over on the RavBerland.com site HERE.

That includes paperback books (for as long as the supply lasts, you just need to pay postage) and it also includes all PDF and Kindle versions of the book.

Especially now, it’s really important to get as many people as possible connected to the Rav, the real light of our generation, via his books, prayers and teachings.

And if people are still buying all the lies about him, then the first place to start is to send them a copy of One in a Generation 2.

And now you can do that, totally for free, so carpe diem.

Go HERE to get your free books, and to send them out to the people you know.

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Also, the Rav is still being held in prison, totally illegally, in very harsh conditions.

There is no case, there is nothing – except that the State of Israel knows that when the Rav comes out, their power is finished.

And the more this COVID nightmare continues, the more obvious is should be that we really need the Rav to come out, ASAP.

You can read more about what’s going on with the Rav HERE.

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And here is the prayer.

It’s got a lot of clues in it about what’s going on here, and BH, we’ll come back to this again in the next post:

Rav Berland shlit”a wrote this prayer from his hospital bed with tremendous self sacrifice and said that this prayer should be said three times before the Molad (birth of the new moon), which takes place Wednesday, at 5:14 pm and 3 chalakim (approximately 11 seconds).

Prayer to hold on tight and to pray to remain with Mashiach and that he will win the war

“In the fortieth year, on the eleventh month [Shevat], on the first of the month, Moshe began to explain this Torah” – in 70 languages.  Because on Rosh Chodesh Shevat all the Chambers of song and melody are opened, and all the flowers, grasses, and trees begin to say songs and to chant melodies.  Rabbeinu says that he who goes to the field in the month of Shevat at the time of blossoming can hear the melody of all the flowers, grasses, and trees.

When a person prays in the field in the month of Shevat, it’s as if he prayed with the congregation, because then the 50th gate is opened, which is the mystery of the Leviathan, that the Kadosh Baruch Hu will make a Succah from the skin of the Leviathan for all the Tzaddikim, as is written, “Can you pull the Leviathan with a hook, or embed a rope in his tongue?  Can you fill succahs with his skin, or make his head into a fisherman’s canopy (Tzitzal)?”  (Iyov 40: 25-31).

These verses speak only about the Leviathan, “Can you embed a rope in his tongue, put a curved hook in his nose, pierce his cheek with a barbed hook?  Will he multiply supplications to you, will he speak softly to you?  Will he forge a covenant with you, will you take him as an eternal slave?  Will you play with him like a bird, tie him up for your maidens (Na’ARos)  (days of youth — yemei haNeORim).

Can conjurers make a feast of him, divide him up between merchants?  Can you fill succahs with his skin, or make his head into a fisherman’s canopy?”  Hashem will make for Tzaddikim belts from the Tzil’tzal of the Leviathan and the rest that remains from the skin of the Leviathan he will spread over the walls of Jerusalem, and this will radiate from one end of the world to the other.

There will be a great light when Mashiach comes and it will not be day or night.  We pray that in the Molad of the month of Shevat, Hashem will spread the skin of the Leviathan over the walls of Jerusalem, and the light will go from one end of the world to the other, as is written, “And nations will walk by your light, and kings by the glow of your brightness” (Yeshayahu 60:3).

The month of Shevat is the month of Redemption, the song and the melody, because then the 50th gate is revealed.  Then Moshe explained the entire Torah to all of Israel, and every verse he translated into 70 languages, and all the kings, and all the nations heard the translation, as is written, “All the kings of the earth shall thank You Hashem, because they heard the pronouncement of Your mouth.”

All the gentiles will come to convert in the future, and a family which doesn’t come to convert won’t have rain upon them; they will have a drought, as is written, “Thus said Hashem Tzeva’os: In those days it will happen that ten men from all the languages of the nations will grasp, will grasp the corner of the garment of a Jewish man, saying, ‘We will go with you, because we heard that God is with you’” (Zecariyah 8:23).

Therefore, one needs to go with Tzitzis, because the gentiles will come and grasp the corner of his Tzitzis.  And then all the Tzaddikim and Tzaddikos will have a height of 200 amos, as is written, “And I will walk you upright (KOM’miuS)” – two stories (KOMoS) of the Chamber of the Temple, which was a height of 100 amos.

And regarding the month of Shevat, it is written, “You who sits in the gardens, friends listen to your voice; let me hear it.”  To each person there will be thirteen canopies: Gems of Shoham, gems of Barekes, gems of Yashfeh, gems of Nofech, gems of Sapir, gems of Yahalom, gems of Leshem, Shevo, and Achlama, gold and silver.

From them the Kadosh Baruch Hu will make thirteen canopies for all the Tzaddikim and Tzaddikos who will remain when Mashiach comes.  Because the Kadosh Baruch Hu will renew in the month of Shevat the Jewish people, only the Jewish people, only those who will nullify themselves to the King Mashiach – 7,000 souls who didn’t bow down to Ba’al in the war of Achav, that only 7,000 men were saved from the kingdom of Aram.

The month of Shevat is the time of the revelation of Mashiach, because this is sixty days before the first of Nissan, that then Mashiach ben David will be born.  And then there will be the terrible war with Gog and Magog, which at the head of it will stand the wicked Armilus, who Mashiach ben Yosef will kill, but he is also in danger of falling slain.  Therefore, it’s written in Tehilim, “He asked life from You; You gave him length of days forever and ever.”

Dowload original prayer in Hebrew (PDF):

 

Two days ago, one of my good friends sent me this email:

Looks like Rav Berland may be getting out!

https://www.inn.co.il/news/463615

Apparently they have to come up with an alternate to actual imprisonment. I assume that means something like house arrest. They said it’s because his health is too frail…
Maybe this is the beginning of the end.
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The link above will take you to a story on the Hebrew site of Israel National News, where it’s actually really hard to make out what’s meant to be going on, but there is some vague suggestion that the Rav may be soon released to some sort of ‘house arrest’.
Of course, that doesn’t mean he’ll be allowed back to his house, or that they’ll take all the electronic tracking devices off him, or that they’ll enable the Rav to have proper medical attention.
Of course not!!!
The State of Israel is still trying to kill him, God forbid a billion times.
BUT.

God is running the world, and God isn’t letting them.

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Rebbe Nachman talks about a concept about how there is even a sense of ‘justice’ on the left (identified with the ‘bad’ side.)
Don’t get confused, this isn’t a political statement. That doesn’t mean that the ‘right’ is automatically good, or that anything that aligns themselves to ‘left’ or ‘right’ in this world can be judged superficially, not at all.
But spiritually, to totally over-simplify, ‘left’ is the side of evil, while right is the side of good. And Rabbenu explains by way of a story how there is even ‘justice’ on the left side – it just begins way, way later than over on the side of good, and is way, way diluted.
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Here’s how Rabbenu explains it (my words, as I can’t find the source right now. BH, reader Rachel will be able to locate it!)

An Russian military captain came through a Jewish village, and wanted to make some quick money. So, he told the community leaders that he had orders to take all their horses – for free – for the military.
The village leaders got together, raised a some of money, and bribed the captain to leave them and their horses alone.
But the captain told one of his friends in the military what he’d done, and advised him to go and try his luck, too.
So, this friend also went along to the village, pulled the same stunt, and again, the village leaders raised a large sum of money to pay him off and make him go away.
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Shortly afterwards, a real captain with real orders from the Russian government to take the villagers’ horses for the the army rode into town.

Tearfully, the village leaders went to see him, and explained that they’d already paid two hefty bribes to other army captains, to have their horses left alone. And now, it would be totally unfair for them to still have their horses taken by the military!
Amazingly, the Russian captain agreed.
Rabbenu then explained how there is a sense of ‘justice’ even on the ‘left’ side, it just begins way, way after the sense of ‘justice’ on the right side of things.
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Why am I telling that story?

Because I’m starting to feel that maybe we are heading over the bump, finally, for this totally evil government.
Even this totally evil government has got to the point where they can no longer justify keeping an 84 year old holy man, with 26 different serious illnesses, in a maximum security prison for the ‘crime’ of accepting charitable donations that were freely given.
(BTW, I also heard that the person who filed the complaint against the Rav had a serious stroke a few weeks back, and can’t remember anything about anything….)

There is no case against the Rav, and there never was.

And there was no previous case against the Rav, either, just so many of us were still being totally fooled by all the lies being told by the corrupt media, government, police, judiciary, and of course, all those corrupt, pseudo ‘orthodox Jews’ who were leading the charge.
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That doesn’t mean we are going ‘back to normal’.

We never are. And that’s a good thing, because ‘normal’ was built on a world of lies, evil and tremendous human suffering.
I’m still beavering away here, working on the next set of ‘historical knots’ that need unpicking. I’m getting a steer in my hitbodedut now to focus on how pseudo-Jews were playing a crucial part in the slave trade; how all that is connected to both East India Trade Companies; how all that is somehow connected to the very real phenomenon of the Frankist-Sabbatean-Jesuit-Freemason-Royalty-Illuminati; and finally – to go and research the Mir yeshiva.
Yes, that one is a little surprising to me, too, but I’ve learnt from experience that I can’t discount all these strange ideas that somehow pop up until I’ve properly researched them.
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Two more things to add, in this mish-mash post, before I start researching the Mir:

1) The ‘lockdown’ in Israel – even this apparently much harsher one – is very strange.
There are hardly any police enforcing anything, anywhere.
Yes, shops and schools are shut. Yes, a lot of people are still intimidated, and the streets were pretty empty on Friday and Shabbat.
But already now, more and more of us are noticing that there seems to be very little real enforcement going on this time again.
There are no barriers at the end of my street, marking the boundary for my neighborhood, with police checking I have ‘permission’ to go further than a kilometre from my house.

There are no roadblocks through town – at least the bits my family have been going through.

It’s starting to feel as though the power of the government to enforce it’s evil agenda is finally starting to wane.

So of course, Bibi is going to try and start a war with Iran, to shore things up for himself again, so he can complete his ‘mission’.

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And that brings me to the last thing I wanted to say, that segues back into THIS post, and this video, below:

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At the end of this extremely bizarre exchange, this pair of ‘cousins’ say the following:

Bibi: I have come to you at the start and I intend to return to you many times.

Rebbe: You will have to struggle with 119 others in the Knesset. Surely, you won’t be intimidated. Because God is on this side. Blessing and success with God’s mission.

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Today, I happened to see this headline:

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Netanyahu is literally taking over every aspect of the government.

And he’s definitely not working for you and me.

In fact, he’s starting to make even Shimon Peres look good, in comparison, which is really saying something.

And he’s doing all this with a blessing from the Rebbe, that he’ll continue on right until the bitter end, even when he’s fighting against the other 119 members of the Knesset.

Think carefully about what that might imply.

Because very soon, it’s all going to be impossible to hide anymore.

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UPDATE:

I found the story from Rabbenu. It’s in ‘His Wisdom’, #78:

Fairness is everyplace.

One may commit every outrage, but he still has a sense of fairness. It may be blunted, but it still exists. There are people who are immediately sensitive to all unfairness.

Others do not sense it until after they have committed some wrong.

Still others feel no remorse until they have committed serious crimes.

But each man has his limit. There is a degree of outrage that stimulates the sense of fairness in every man.

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I was once in a small village.

A military officer had come there demanding all the horses, saying they were needed to carry mail. The villagers bribed him to leave them in peace. They kept their horses and the officer had some easy money.

Soon one of his junior officers arrived. The commander convinced him that he should also try this trick. The second officer went to the townsmen again, also demanding horses for the mail. He was also bribed and walked away with a tidy sum.

A third officer then passed through the town.

He was really in charge of the mail and was short several animals. He actually needed the horses and would not be satisfied with a bribe.

The mayor went and pleaded before the commander. The people had already paid two bribes but would still have their horses taken.

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At this point, even the commander recognised the unfairness of the situation.

He ordered the mail officer to leave the townsmen alone, and the horses were not taken.

This same commander had already robbed the villagers without qualm.

He had even advised his junior to do the same.

It took two crimes before his sense of fairness could even begin to function.

But by the third time, even he realised that the situation was hardly fair. It was then that he ordered that the town be left alone.

For fairness exists everywhere.

It may be buried, but it can always be reached….

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…..The right side is fairness.

It even exists on the Other Side.

But on the other side righteousness and fairness begin very late, even after the fairness of the left of the Holy.

Understand this.

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Ad kan, from Rabbenu.

I think maybe, just maybe, we’ve reached that spot where the ‘fairness on the left’ is starting to wake up.

I see headlines like this, about one of the police officers in the Ahuvya Sandek manslaughter case finally being arrested:

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/294618

And like this, where Netanyahu bizarrely confirmed he’s turned Israel into a giant human experiment for big Pharma:

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/294594

And also like this, where they are strangely admitting that a 23 year old young man in Israel is in hospital with life-threatening organ inflammation due to the COVID 19 ‘vaccine’ he got just 24 hours earlier:

“Rare life-threatening multi-system inflammatory syndrome (MIS) following BNT162b2 mRNA covid-19 vaccination in a 23 y old social worker was identified at our Department of Medicine B at Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel and reported to MOH and WHO.”

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And a part of me thinks that maybe, there’s finally some light at the end of the tunnel.

I really hope so.

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UPDATE #2:

I put this together, to print off and stick on the fridge, so we can all remember what the 10 verses of Tehillim the Rav has introduced for people to say at least once a week.

These don’t replace the Tikkun Haklali.

Keep saying the Tikkun Haklali, too, but the Rav has said it’s a very good thing, and will bring blessings into a person’s life, to recite this series of 10 Psalms at least once a week.

Here you go:

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Already more than a month ago, I heard a rumor that Rav Chaim Dovid Stern said that geula had been pushed off again, until Nissan.

You’ll recall that I thought that the 9 months of foreign rule would end on November 9th, 2020 – 9 months after the Rav was first imprisoned by the corrupt State of Israel.

Well, that didn’t happen then….

And it’s still not happening now.

And for a few weeks, I have to admit to starting to feel that awful despair that is just crouching at the door for so many of us right now, if we let it it.

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Then, I spoke to someone who is close to the Rav, and he told me that Rav Chaim Dovid Stern had said that if the geula came then, in Tishrei, it would be with terrible bloodshed.

So again, it has been pushed off until Nissan 5781, so it can come the sweeter way.

Honestly?

I just don’t know any more.

We for sure are in the ‘birthpangs of Moshiach’ stage of things, which is why it’s all so intense and yucky right now.

But I think I’m going to stop running after predictions about what’s really going to happen, when, because over the last few years, we have seen the Rav change things again and again and again, with all his mesirut nefesh.

But it still gave me hope to know that God didn’t forget about us all, and that something is going to change, very soon, BH, for the better.

They just wrote up Rav Stern’s comments now, on the ravberland.com site, and you can read them for yourself here.

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In the same vein, someone just emailed me comments from Binyamin Goldin, the autistic man, about the same subject of geula and Moshiach.

I haven’t read them yet (although I will) – but I don’t think I’m going to share them here, whatever they are saying, because I know that Rav Berland told the autistics to retire a few months ago, and that they didn’t listen to him.

The Rav certainly had his reasons for doing that, maybe more of that same push to stop us obsessing over dates for geula and ‘predictions’, which I’m learning more and more was such a big part of the ‘fabric’ being woven for the dark kabbalah that directly underpins Sabbateanism, and probably a few other things in the Jewish world.

At the end of the day, I just need to stay close to the true tzaddikim, talk to God every day, and work on my emuna and bad middot.

Obsessions with dates and ‘prophecies’ and trying to predict the future is just a red herring.

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On that note, we are now heading into an even stricter lockdown again here in Israel, from tomorrow night, and part of me is dreading it.

But strangely, part of me is not.

As my kid said to me last week, Ima, the blanket is being shaken but we are still holding on!!!

To be truthful, it’s not so much that I’m holding on, with my own strength. It’s much more the case that Rav Berland, and Rebbe Nachman, are holding on to me.

That difference appears small, but it’s crucial.

And it means that while the world continues to melt down in a million different ways around my ears, my life is actually pretty good right now.

I’ve spoken to other people who are close to the Rav, and who have put a lot of mesirut nefesh into being close to the Rav, and they seem to be experiencing something similar.

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As long as Rabbi Berland is in prison, the lockdowns and the evil is going to continue.

It’s as simple as that.

One of the commentators on THIS post gave a fantastic explanation of how evil basically boils down to us only seeing ourselves in the picture, and doing whatever it takes for the ME FIRST paradigm to continue.

Rav Berland has continually and consistently stressed that self-sacrifice, mesirut nefesh, is what it’s going to take to turn things around in the world.

He’s leading by example, of course.

But all his teachings boil down to working on our own bad middot enough, and working on our own emuna enough, that when God gives us the test between doing what is right, or doing what is good for us – we can make the right choice.

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So many of our leaders right now are failing that test, in a very big way.

And so many of us ‘smaller people’ are also failing that test.

Like, the woman that slapped my daughter on the bus for not wearing a mask, and the parents forcing their kids to mask-up 24/7, and pushing them to the front of the queue for experimental ‘vaccines’, and a million other examples we can all think up, from our own lives.

The choice is to do what’s right, not to do what’s easiest or most convenient for us.

The longer that choice is pushed off, the bigger the stakes grow, and the harder it gets to make the right choice.

May Hashem help us all to do what’s right, and may the Rav get out of prison – together with the rest of us – very soon.

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UPDATE:

One of my readers sent me this class by Rabbi Anava.

Over the last few years, I’ve been increasingly careful about putting up videos from rabbis on my blog, because so many of them are just not coming from a good place, and I don’t want to be putting any more stumbling blocks before the blind, God forbid.

But I trust a lot of my readers’ judgments, so I decided to listen to this, and then decide if it should go up on the site or not.

Having listened to it, I have to say I’m impressed with the courage and faith of Rav Anava.

It takes a lot of balls to come out honestly, and to say what he’s saying.

And it totally ‘fits’ with what I was saying above, about how mesirut nefesh is what it’s going to take, to get us to geula the sweet way.

So, here it is:

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Just over a year ago, the State-sponsored persecution against Rabbi Berland began again, in earnest.

Remember this?

Which quickly led to this:

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And then, within a week of the Rav being arrested in a brutal fashion, where he was pushed to the floor by the Israeli police in the middle of the shacharit prayers, the first case of Covid was reported by an Israeli, and later confirmed:

 The first case in Israel was confirmed on 21 February 2020, when a female citizen tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 at the Sheba Medical Center after return from quarantine on the Diamond Princess ship in Japan.[3]

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I’m finding it hard to get out of bed at the moment.

I’m scared of where all this is going, and what all this renewed lockdown means – especially for people like me, who haven’t bought into all the propaganda and don’t intend getting ‘vaccinated’ with whatever that poisonous stuff actually is.

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Yesterday, my daughter got physically assaulted on a bus, for pulling down her mask to drink a cup of coffee.

She had the mask on under her chin, and was drinking her coffee, when a 50-something woman (hell-ooo Karenstarted screaming at her to put her mask on. My daughter is a) a teenager and b) my daughter, so clearly, she didn’t do what the woman wanted, and carried on drinking her coffee.

So then, this woman came over to her, ‘tripped on her’ and spilled her hot coffee all over my daughter and the friend who was sitting next to her.

Then, she took the coffee out of her hand and poured it all over her.

Then, she slapped my daughter in the face.

All the time screaming abuse (and apparently accompanied by other Karens on the bus, both men and women, who were also shouting abuse.)

Thank God, my daughter had three friends with her, who stood up for her, because she was so shocked by what was going on, she couldn’t speak.

So then, it became a huge ruckus, and the police were called.

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I could wax self-righteous about this woman, and what she did on the bus.

And when my daughter first told me, I have to admit to being boiling mad.

But later, when I was discussing it with my husband, he reminded me that there are a bunch of moronic sheeple out there who have been thoroughly brainwashed into believing that people with no masks = mass murderers.

This woman saw my daughter pull down her pointless, worthless mask to slurp some coffee, and thought she was being murdered with Covid-19.

And of course, if a maskless ‘murderer’ comes after you, you defend yourself….

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Another reader sent me a link to this video, where the Rav is making the case that hating people for doing things differently from you is sinat chinam, and sinat chinam (baseless hatred) is worse than being ‘vaccinated’ with some toxic, sterilisation potion straight from the New World Order’s big vat.

You can see that video here:

(I can’t get it to embed on the site, sorry.)

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R’ Epstein makes a good point.

But for me personally, I’m not sure how far I can do it.

Sure, I believe in trying to bitul to Hashem’s will. I believe, in theory 100%, that whatever Hashem wants, I will try to give it to Him.

But I also know myself, and I know that I am not such an ‘angel of bitul’ that if that woman had slapped my daughter in front of me, I wouldn’t have ripped her face off.

And I’m not such an ‘angel of bitul’ that if we come down to the wire, where we are being mamash forced to have dangerous, experimental ‘vaccinations’ that I won’t resist that with all my might.

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I get that the Karen on the bus thought, mistakenly, that my mask-less daughter was putting her life at risk.

But can I forgive that Karen for creating a world where she is enabling the government to put my daughter’s life at risk?

I don’t know.

I’m working on it.

I’m working on really internalising that Ein Od Milvado – there is only Hashem – as it applies to the current situation of lockdowns and forced ‘vaccinations’.

Where do I draw the line, between trying to fight for what’s right, and for trying to defend myself and my family, and just accepting God’s will?

I don’t know.

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In the meantime, if we trace all this back to the beginning, we find it started with the unjust arrest of Rav Berland.

And I know it will ‘end’ with the release of Rav Berland.

But sometimes, as that event keeps getting pushed off again and again and again by the corrupt State of Israel, I start to feel a little despairing of this ever turning around.

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Did anyone wake up, over the last 10 months, to notice that the Yeshiva World News is employing the same brainwashing ‘cultish’ techniques on its readers, in connection with Covid 1984, that it brazenly accused Shuvu Banim of?

Has anyone noticed that the same brutal, violent police that arrested the Rav have now come after the lefties protesting Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, and the chareidim protesting the army draft in Jerusalem, and the dati leumi crowds protesting Ahuvya Sandek’s murder?

Is anyone making the links between all the brainwashing and lies that flooded the media to get us to believe that Rav Berland was guilty of things he never did in a billion, trillion years, and all the brainwashing and lies flooding the media to encourage us all to believe in Covid-1984, masks and ‘vaccination’?

I don’t know.

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But then, thank God for my husband.

He turned to me today, and with lawyerly precision said the following:

IF we really are in that period of time that is known as the ‘end of days’, then things are far, far sweeter right now, than they were meant to be.

He’s right.

(Don’t tell him that.)

Hard as all this is, at least mentally, it’s still way, way easier than all the doomsday prophecies that were meant to accompany this period of time.

After he told me that, I was able to get out of bed, and come downstairs to write this.

The Rav is sweetening everything with his mesirut nefesh.

I’m just praying that more people are going to realise that soon.

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UPDATE:

So, I was thinking about what’s going on, and I realised that in some ways we already got the balm before the blow, if we have been following developments with the Rav.

For anyone who is feeling ‘stuck’ that psakei din from Bnei Brak need to be followed mindlessly and not questioned, please read this:

The first cracks in the ‘psak din’ against Rav Berland appear

And remember that we’re still dealing with fallible human beings here, not all-seeing angels.

Even the holiest amongst us can be misled and duped by cunning people.

And we don’t even need to talk about the bribery and blackmail that occurs with the ‘less than holiest’ amongst us.

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And then, for those who still believe that our Kupat Holim and government can’t and won’t do any deliberate harm to the citizens of Israel, I wrote this comment underneath this article, on Ynet, which kind of sums up a lot of different things neatly, that I’ve gone into great detail about on this blog:

Sharon Alroy-Preis [head of the ministry’s public health services division] works for the Rothschild’s funded organisation Maoz:

https://www.maoz-il.org/en/alumni-projects/%D7%A9%D7%A8%D7%95%D7%9F-%D7%90%D7%9C%D7%A8%D7%A2%D7%99-%D7%A4%D7%A8%D7%99%D7%99%D7%A1/

The Rothschild’s Yad HaNadiv Foundation recently pumped $60 million into something called the Israeli Precision Medical Partnership, which is all about harvesting the Israeli population’s DNA for a Tissue Bank:

https://www.yadhanadiv.org.il/sites/default/files/media/document/2019-03/IPMP%20Roadmap.pdf

“It seeks to build on recent advances in biomedical research and combine genomic and post-genomic
studies with cutting-edge computational technologies, paving the road to the development of novel diagnostics and therapeutics.”

Netanyahu’s government signed an agreement with BigPharma in April 2019 – under the aegis of former Health Ministry Director Bar Siman Tov – to ‘share’ all the DNA info with them, without the informed consent of the public:

https://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/emea/gold-mine-data-driving-israels-billion-shekel-bet-digital-health

This is all about money and control, and has nothing to do with ‘saving people’s lives’.

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BH, I’ve been researching all this stuff for months, already, thanks to what happened with the persecution of the Rav, and Shuvu Banim.

If that had never happened, I could also be one of those sheeple, shuffling off to get injected with who-knows-what in the name of public health, God forbid.

So at least in my dalet amot, I can see more and more how following the Rav, and not being willing to accept all the lies told about him, has mamash saved me and my family from so much hardship.

And long may that continue.

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UPDATE 2:

I just got sent the following updates, about the situation with the Rav.

First, some advice for how to hang on the Tzaddik in these incredibly challenging times, plus a series of 10 new Tehillim that Rav Berland has requested that people recite, ideally 7 times a day:

“…[T]he only thing that will keep us sane is holding on to the Tzadik by reading daily TH (7 times) even if we have no kavana at all, just reading it makes the job, by reading the new series of tehilim he revealed:

31, 35, 36, 60, 68, 80, 83, 88, 89, 109

And by reading his prayers.”

You can get the books of Rav Berland’s prayers translated into English on the Shuvu Banim website HERE.

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And then, I also get sent this:

“The Ministry of Justice just yesterday cancelled the plea bargain of the Rav due to media pressure. Maybe that’s why all this is happening. 

In an unheard of thing that lawyers from both sides agree to a plea bargain but the Justice Ministry itself gets involved saying outright that its because of media pressure. 

Anyways, we need to always remember like your husband said, its so much better than the end-of-days are meant to be and we should be grateful. As painful as it is, we have a tzaddik who willingly takes it all on himself so we should have it relatively “easy” and at least survive. 

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Unbelievable.
The media is literally an instrument of the Soton.

But hopefully not for much longer.

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I think most people would agree that ‘politics’ and religion shouldn’t mix

In an ideal world, our holy rabbis should be far, far away from ‘politics’, because politics always has, and always will, corrupts the people who deal with it.

That is one of the things that came out loud and very clear from all the research I’ve been doing into what really went on in the Jewish community, over the last few hundred years.

The ‘big rabbis’ who were engaged in trade and business, and who were found strolling around the corridors of power as shadlanim, or ‘go-betweens’, between the state and the Jewish communities, so often became corrupted by their experiences.

As King Solomon wrote, there is nothing new under the sun.

As it was then, so it is today.

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One of my commentators, Rachel, asked me this:

You seem to be zeroing in on Chabad so much write now, but why? They are not among Rav Berland’s persecutors, nor do they hold any political power (at least as far as I can tell).

Is it true?

Is it true that Chabad ‘don’t hold any political power’?

Let’s peel back the covers, take a look, and then make up your own minds.

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Exhibit 1: The Rebbe’s blessing to Netanyahu

This video comes from April 19, 1988, when a newly-elected MK called Benjamin Netanyahu comes to visit the Rebbe, at 770:

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Here’s a little of what they say (but I highly recommend you watch it yourself, to see how deferential Bibi is towards the Rebbe.)

Rebbe: I had much satisfaction from your first speech.

Bibi: I heard and saw your message.

Rebbe: May you continue in this path. God helps all those who wish to elevate others. How much more so when one begins with himself. Please don’t hold it against me for speaking about this in public.

Bibi: I intend to continue precisely on this path. I’ve heard the Rebbe’s message well.

Rebbe: It is the best path to avoid war, etc. “With tranquility and restfulness shall you be saved.” Blessing and success.

Bibi: I thank you for the opportunities to be helped by you, and to receive the spiritual guidance you provide not just for me, but for all Jews.

Rebbe: I am just starting my work.

Bibi: I know.

Rebbe: You are also just starting your new role.

Bibi: I have come to you at the start and I intend to return to you many times.

Rebbe: You will have to struggle with 119 others in the Knesset. Surely, you won’t be intimidated. Because God is on this side. Blessing and success with God’s mission.

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This selfsame Bibi Netanyahu has been behind the ongoing persecution of Rav Berland over the last 7-8 years, which is continuing right now.

The hearing that would see the Rav freed has been pushed off AGAIN, until December 27, 2020, because the State of Israel is trying to kill him in prison.

In the meantime, people who have seen the Rav recently say that he is so emaciated he resembles an concentration camp inmate (God forbid!!!), and has even been refused basic medical treatment for things like a broken hand.

Also, we see that Bibi truly is battling against 119 other members of the Knesset now, to hang on to his position of power, callously lockdown the economy and shove vaccines down everyone’s throats at the bidding of his masters behind the scenes.

So, why did the Rebbe give him a blessing to ‘not be intimidated’ and to continue on to the bitter end?

Did the Rebbe not know about the whole COVID-1984 scamdemic that Bibi is totally complicit with?

Could he not ‘foresee’ the persecution of Rav Berland, that again, Bibi and his corrupt government has been the driving force behind for coming on for a decade, already?

While you’re pondering these questions, let’s continue.

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Exhibit 2: The 1996 Israeli Election

The first time Netanyahu became PM of Israel, he was pitched against the odious Shimon Peres, but was trailing badly.

At that point, a Chabad multi-millionaire called Joseph Gutnick – who the Rebbe had appointed as his “Special Emissary for the Integrity of the Land of Israel” – stepped in to spend a few million dollars on a campaign to get Bibi elected, under the slogan: “Bibi is good for the Jews.”

The propaganda push worked, and Bibi was duly elected.

Thanks directly to Chabad intervention in Israeli politics.

In case you think that is ancient history, here’s the headline from a Jpost story that ran in July, 2018:

Gutnick has told ‘The Jerusalem Post’ exclusively that he has chosen his candidate to succeed Netanyahu whenever he leaves office: Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.

Seeing as his last ‘chosen candidate’ is still running the country (into the ground….) almost 25 years after Gutnick first boosted him into the PM’s office, we should take this statement seriously.

Let’s move on, because Chabad isn’t just a major power broker in Israeli politics.

That same pattern is being repeated in corridors of power all over the world.

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Exhibit 3: Chabad Houses as the ‘back door’ to the Trump White House

Back in April 2017, the news site Politico ran a story about how Chabad was the ‘back door’ between Trump and Russia. Here’s how the story starts, but I highly recommend that you read the whole thing with an open mind:

Chabad of Port Washington, a Jewish community center on Long Island’s Manhasset Bay, sits in a squat brick edifice across from a Shell gas station and a strip mall. The center is an unexceptional building on an unexceptional street, save for one thing: Some of the shortest routes between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin run straight through it.

With all the hysterical ‘anti Trump’ propaganda going on, many of us didn’t want to believe ANY of the things that the other side was throwing at Trump, so this story basically was ignored when it came out.

But last year, when I started researching Trump more in depth, I found one hard fact after another that linked him and his real estate projects to ‘hot’ money coming out of the former Soviet Union.

Many of Trump’s projects were financed by Russian and Eastern European oligarchs with very dodgy reputations, many of whom are Jewish, many of whom are mafia, and many of whom are connected to Chabad (and also, to the State of Israel), in one way or another.

They bought apartments in ‘Trump Towers’ and other Trump developments at massively inflated prices, to launder their cash.

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No-one wants to really touch the ‘Jewish dimension’ to this story too much, for fear of being called an anti-semite.

But we all want that ‘world of truth’ to be revealed, don’t we? When all this tangled web becomes unpicked, and the world of lies can finally fall….

So, let’s continue exploring the ‘political dimension’ to Chabad.

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EXHIBIT 4: THE BILLION DOLLAR BUDGET

Let’s return to the Chabad House of Port Washington for a moment.

In this article, you can read how Trump’s Soho project was linked to three ‘interesting’ characters, including Felix Sater, Tevfik Arif and Tamir Sapir. I’m not going to tell why these people are ‘interesting’ – go read the piece, if you want to know.

Here’s the bit I want to quote:

“[A]ll these men have connections to the Chabad movement. Felix Sater was honored as Man of the Year in 2014 by the Port Washington Chabad house. The same Chabad house’s website lists Tevfik Arif, who is not Jewish, “among its top 13 benefactors.”

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Here’s a bit more about Felix Sater:

Sater sued for alleged money-laundering

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And here’s a video of Felix been given his ‘Man of the Year’ award.

It makes very interesting listening (just give it the first two minutes, you’ll see what I’m talking about. And if you can’t be bothered to hear it, then at least read the comments underneath):

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OK, so Jews, even bad Jews, still like to give charity, I get that.

But please tell me something:

Why would a non-Jew with alleged Russian mafia ties like Tevfik Arif be donating millions of dollars to Chabad?

What is he getting back in return?

Here’s one possible answer to that question:

Menachem Friedman the co-author with Samuel Heilman of “The Rebbe: The Life and Afterlife of Menachem Mendel Schneerson”…says:

“Chabad definitely functions as a business network…

Tzivin [a lawyer connected to Chabad] angrily refutes this, saying, “Chabad does not sell connections for money. Chabad emissaries do not use the argument of connections to get money.

While you are pondering why non-Jewish businessmen with (alleged) pronounced links to the mafia are happy to donate millions for Jewish outreach, here’s a few more things for you to consider.

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Back in October 2019, Trump ally Rudy Giuliani hit the headlines in connection to another Ukrainian money laundering case.

The two ‘wide boys’ with Rudy are Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who were indicted last year on campaign finance charges connected with trying to remove Marie Yovanovitch, the U.S.A’s former ambassador to Ukraine, from her post last year.

The trio are giving a ‘shout out’ to Ukrainian Chief Rabbi and Chabad-nik, Moshe Azman:

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Here’s a little more about R’ Moshe Azman:

Since assuming the title of chief rabbi of Ukraine last fall [2005], Moshe Reuven Azman has hosted Ukraine’s president, helped negotiate American-Ukrainian trade deals and invited Israeli soldiers to his Kiev synagogue.

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Meanwhile, Putin has his very own Chabad rabbi, too, called affectionately Berel Lazar.

Putin really likes R’ Berel. This from Wikipedia:

In 2004, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an edict to honor him with the Order of Friendship. This award was presented for the contribution made by Rabbi Lazar to developing culture and strengthening friendship between nations within Russia.

In December 2004, he was honored with a national public award, the ‘Minin and Pozharsky’ Order “for his great personal contribution to strengthening the moral and cultural fabric of the Russian State and for reviving spiritual life and religious freedom in the country”.

In June 2005, he was awarded the Medal “60 Years of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945”. He received the medal during the 19th session of the Russian ‘Pobeda’ (Victory) Organizational Committee.

In September 2005, he received the ‘Peter the Great’ First Class Order. The diploma attached to the Order explains that the Chief Rabbi was honored with this award “considering his activities in advancing inter-ethnic and inter-religious relations, and his great contribution to the spiritual rebirth of Russia’s Jewish community and to strengthening Russian state”

It should also be noted that:

Rabbi Lazar is an advocate of interfaith dialogue and sits on the Board of World Religious Leaders for The Elijah Interfaith Institute.

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I could go on and on and on about the very close ties between Chabad and leading politicians and businessmen in every corner of the globe.

 

Here’s a few more interesting headlines, to show that Chabad like the Democrats just as much as the Republicans, and Shimon Peres just as much as Bibi Netanyahu, and then we’ll conclude:

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Chabad honors Alan Dershowitz at 770

Famed defense attorney Alan Dershowitz honored at 770 with Torah scroll written in his name, following aid in Shalom Rubashkin case.

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Chabad’s ties with the late Shimon Peres – also known for his hatred of religious Jews and Torah – also go way, way back:

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The above comes from THIS article on the Chabad website, which seems almost delusional to me, in its description of Peres’ commitment to Judaism.

But don’t take my word for it, read it for yourself and make up your own mind.

It just strikes me as so interesting, how the Rebbe, and Chabad, have been so intimately involved with all these politicians in Israel (and elsewhere) whilst still claiming they are totally uninvolved in politics.

Here’s another interesting article, this time about how Rabin meets the Rebbe in 770, and then the very next year becomes a MK, and shortly after that, another leading force in Israeli politics:

https://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/523714/jewish/The-Rebbe-and-Rabin.htm

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To conclude.

Chabad is the most unabashedly ‘politically connected’ Jewish organisation in the world.

Chabad shlichim continue to pop up next to the Pope, and next to Putin, and next to Trump, and seem to be closely connected to so many of the world’s biggest business men and oligarchs, Jewish and otherwise.

I don’t have a single doubt that if the Chabad leadership so willed it, they could exert enough pressure domestically and internationally to get Rabbi Eliezer Berland out of prison in a heart beat.

Clearly, they don’t want to do that.

So then the question is this:

Why not?

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UPDATE:

First, just to make it clear:

There are loads and loads of tremendously good people who are part of the Chabad movement.

I’m writing here about the institution, and it’s corrupt leaders, not about the many good Jews who mamash have poured their heart and soul into trying to serve Hashem, and the Jewish people the best way they can.

I’ve come to see this kind of like the IDF, or the State of Israel.

The institutions and the leadership and the ideology are corrupt.

Most of the people within it, tho, like the seeds in a pomegranate, are good and holy.

And also, being kept in the dark about what’s really going on.

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That said, there are SO MANY things that we can’t just keep closing our eyes too.

Remember this?

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R’ Berel Lazar, Putin’s personal ‘rabbi’ is part of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, as referenced above.

He’s such a big part of all this ‘interfaith’ stuff, he’s even get medals and honors from Putin to reward him for his work in this area.

Here’s a little of what Wiki has to say about it:

Elijah Interfaith Institute is a nonprofit, international, UNESCO-sponsored interfaith organization which was founded by Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein in 1997.

The mission of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, encapsulated in its slogan “Sharing Wisdom, Fostering Peace,” is to foster unity in diversity, creating a harmonious world. Through its various activities, Elijah deepens understanding among religious leaders and scholars, and through them, spreads its vision to their various communities….

Headquartered in Jerusalem, Elijah has offices and representatives in different countries, and holds its activities in multiple international settings.

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Even more concerning is what you find on that organisation’s own website, HERE:

The Elijah Board of World Religious Leaders is unique in mission and scope. It brings together an unparalleled group of religious leaders from all over the world in a profound exchange of ideas that leads to deep engagement with each and spiritual friendship between participants.

This paves the way for transformation within religions and their teachings.

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Emphasis mine.

Given that Frankism was all about ‘transforming’ the Jewish religion from within, God forbid, and melding Judaism with the other religions to create a ‘one world religion’ loosely based on Catholicism, the ‘accepted’ religion that Frank felt was most akin to, and useful, as a cloak for his own warped antinomianism, this statement rings an alarming bell for me.

What is the Chabad chief rabbi of Russia, Putin’s right-hand man, doing in such a organisation?

Why ARE Chabad rabbis at home in the Vatican, and dancing for the Pope?

How is all this connected?

I’m happy to post up alternate views, as you can see from the liberal policy I have in the comments’ section, but one way or another, the truth has to come out.

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UPDATE 2:

The founder of The Elijah Institute, Alon Goshen-Gottstein (who is also deeply connected to the State of Israel, and its corrupt institutions), wrote a book called The Jewish Encounter with Hinduism.

Here’s a little of what he says (on page 47):

[H]istory, ideological perspective, and halachic normativity come together in complex ways.

Their permutations allow us to suggest a hard core of what would constitute Judaism and what is the theological platform from which it can be described.

But this hard core is matched by some soft periphery. Should Sabbateanism and Frankism be described as Judaism? And what of early Israelite religion? And what of the Karaites and Samaritans, etc. etc.?

Probably the most challenging issues arise when we explore Christianity, primarily early Christianity, in those terms. The case of early Christianity actually introduces one further criterion into our discussion, that of self-understanding.

In addition to the “objective” criteria of history and halacha and the more ambiguous criterion of religious ideology, we have the purely subjective criterion of self-understanding. Self-understanding constitutes identity, and it plays an important role in the definition of religions, religious communities, and their boundaries.

Contemporary Judaism presents some unresolved challenges revolving around the application of these complicated and, at times, conflicting criteria.

The continuing struggles around the issue of “who is a Jew,” as it applies to the Law of Return in Israel, indicate that definition of a religion and of religious identity are never fully resolved and remain open to continuing debate.

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Again, make up your own minds about what he’s really hinting at here, but the more you read about Frankist doctrine, the more the alarm bells go off.

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UPDATE 3:

So, this was what is posted up on the Elijah Institute website HERE, for their last meeting in Jerusalem (note the title):

From Religious to Political Leadership – Monthly Learning and Prayer Meeting

Elijah Interfaith Institute, in cooperation with Praying Together in Jerusalem, invites you to an interfaith prayer and learning gathering on Thursday November 5 at 6 pm Israel time (11 am EDT).

 

 

 

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Doesn’t this sound ‘reform’ to you?

Also, take a look at where the Board members of Elijah have been meeting – including in the Archabbey of St. Ottilien – and what they are up to (bolded emphasis mine):

[O]ne moving example, shared by an Israeli rabbi.

This rabbi, who is a prominent voice in Israeli public discourse, is involved in interfaith relations only through Elijah (this is the only forum where he felt there is a depth of discourse that is worthy of his investing his time).

One day he took lunch with the most prominent Hindu representative at the meeting. In the course of lunch, as he later told me, he decided to shift his orientation from that of a colleague sharing opinions to a disciple who seeks the wisdom of the master.

Accordingly, the conversation proceeded with him turning to the Hindu master, requesting his advice on key issues that he experiences as part of his own leadership work.

One of the questions he posed concerned how to bless people who come to him. People frequently ask him for blessings, and he is at a loss how to fulfil their request and what that means in terms of his relationship with them and in terms of his own self-image. The Hindu master responded: When people ask for blessings, I simply pray together with them.

The rabbi found this answer most illuminating and has shared with me how it has helped him in the exercise of his own rabbinical duties. 

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You got that?

A leading Israeli Rabbi – who I’d just LOVE to know the identity of – is hanging out in Abbeys in Germany, getting advice on religious observance from a Hindu master.

Woe to us.

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Maybe we can get a clue as to who that rabbi might be from looking at this, from the Elijah Institute’s ‘coronavirus’ page:

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Apart from the reform / Masorti rabbis, and good ol’ Reb Lazar, we have the following rabbis from Israel:

Rabbi Dov Singer is a noted educator in the religious-Zionist sector in Israel. He heads Yeshivat Mekor Chayim and is a founder of a movement of prayer groups that seek to deepen the experience of prayer.

Rabbi Ephraim Kenig is head of the Hassidic community of Breslav in Safed.

Rabbi Yuval Cherlow is head of the hesder Yeshiva Orot Shaul, head of the Religious and Ethics Center in Jerusalem and a prominent voice in the religious Zionist stream of Judaism.

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Yuval Cherlow is head of the alt-‘frum’ Tzohar organisation, and popped up across Jewish media last week, to urge ‘limited sanctions‘ on all COVID-1984 vaccine refusers.

And yes, I’m as disappointed and surprised as you are, to see Rabbi Ephraim Kenig on this list, too.

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But that’s not even the worst of it.

Read on. This comes from that same page:

“Elijah is currently engaged in creating a first of its kind interfaith center, to be based in Jerusalem, to be called the Center of HOPE, acronym for House of Prayer and Education.”

Here’s the plans and the ‘vision‘ for this interfaith centre in Jerusalem:

The new facility will include lecture halls for public lectures and conferences; an auditorium for public events and interreligious concerts; an exhibition hall where interreligious art exhibits can be hosted; meeting spaces for scholars’ seminars, interreligious think tanks, and for all interreligious activity that takes place in and around the cause of Jerusalem and the Holy Land; a museological display featuring the life of prayer in world religions; and inspiring prayer spaces where Jews, Christians, Muslims, and others will pray alongside one another.

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Uck, uck and double uck.

And then, we learn the Elijah project is teaming up with the John Templeton Foundation, on a project to explore how ‘other religions’ saints’, or ‘religious geniuses’ could be inspiring to people in different traditions.

John Templeton is another very interesting character. Maybe we’ll come back to him another time, as I just tripped down yet another rabbit hole with all this. Take a look at the funding areas the John Templeton Foundation is involved in, and tell me if something doesn’t strike you as a little strange:

  • Science and the big questions
  • Individual freedom and free markets
  • Genetics
  • Voluntary family planning
  • Exceptional cognitive talent and genius
  • Character virtue development

The last time I came across such a strange list of funding interests, it was on the Rothschild‘s website.

Lots more stuff to think about here…. We’ll see where this next clue leads.

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But, we come back to this:

Why are Chabad – and other apparently ‘orthodox’ rabbis – in the middle of all this interfaith stuff?

And how is all this connected to Coronavirus, the Vilna Gaon, and the ongoing struggle to ‘drain the swamp’?

TBC

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Probably like everyone else out there, I’m struggling a bit at the moment.

Most of the time I’m fine, but then I’ll get hit with a big wave of yeoush, or a big wave of sadness, and then I don’t feel like doing anything much.

Or, I’ll feel totally overwhelmed.

Or, I’ll feel some not so low level panic.

And I know I’m not alone.

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My middot are getting a really good work out at the moment, and I’m not always acting and reacting the way I would like.

I’m spending a lot of time online, researching all these Shabbatean Frankist people, and I’m aware that as well as being useful (at least on some level…) it’s also totally an ‘escape from reality’ project, to help me cope with a reality that I really don’t like so much, or find very easy.

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Today, one of my kids wanted the house to herself, so she could invite 15 classmates around and just whoop it up without any adults around.

I’m trying to accommodate my teens anyway I can, to try and preserve their mental health in a world gone mad.

So I said ‘yes’.

And then, I pondered to myself what on earth I was going to do, to get myself ‘out of the way’ while she whoops it up in the house.

I mean, the restaurants and cafes (that re-opened….) are all take-out only.

I can’t stand shopping with a mask.

And because the weather is pouring rain and thunder storms, long walks in nature or by the beach were also out.

As usual, the Rav came to the rescue.

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I checked the shuvubanim website, and saw that the indefatigable Aron Shwartz was arranging another protest on behalf of the Rav, this time a convoy of cars to leave from Bnai Brak at 1.30 today, headed towards the High Court in Jerusalem.

I had a date!

Of course, it was later than planned. It only really got going at 2.30.

And of course, there weren’t a ton of cars who showed up for it.

A lot of Shuvu Banim don’t have cars, in the first place.

And the weather was so bad, it’s amazing anyone showed up, honestly.

But for the first hour, I was driving along in the convoy feeling quietly happy that I was part of this outfit.

Then, we took a wrong turn down the wrong road, and all of a sudden, my mood plummeted.

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What the heck am I doing here?!? 

I’m totally wasting my time….

How is this going to make even the smallest bit of difference, barely a minyan in a few cars driving slowly on the side of the road in the pouring rain and the dark?

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For an hour, I had maximum yeoush and sadness and ‘lowliness’ going on again.

Then we got to Jerusalem, and that’s when we started beeping loudly, as our small convoy drove through some of the major chareidi neighborhoods with our two signs about the Rav stuck on the first and last cars in line.

As a rule, I try very hard to NOT beep.

But man, was I beeping a ton today.

And as I beeped – repeatedly – Hashem reminded me that the wars of Am Yisrael were never fought with big armies and overwhelming force.

They were fought with very small groups of Jews, who believed in something bigger than them.

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That’s how the walls of Jericho fell.

That’s how the Maccabees overcame the Greeks.

All I have to do is show up, and beep a little, and God is going to make all those walls start tumbling down by themselves.

BH, very soon.

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The COVID-19 vaccine is almost here.

(Hashem yerachem).

Blogger Neshama is doing a fantastic job of pulling together a lot of important information about all this. I found the following very informative video on her blog, HERE:

(There are photos of women, for shmirat eynayim considerations.)

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The Tomat Devorah blog is also bringing together some important information about this, and you can find some of that HERE.

And lastly, I have to mention Daisy’s blog HERE, which is also a very intense source of deep information about vaccine damage, and what’s going on with COVID.

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It takes a lot of bravery to keep speaking out about what’s going on with this, so I thank these bloggers for continuing to try to inform the general public. None of them are being paid for what they do, and all of them often get a lot of flak and dissing.

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One more thing I want to point out, is that I’m noticing a very interesting correlation between ‘rabbis’ who were first in line to put the boot into Rabbi Eliezer Berland, may Hashem protect him, and people who are telling the public that the vaccine is ‘safe’, and that ‘non-vaxxers’ should be punished and sanctioned.

After all the water that has gone under the bridge over the last 7 years, where I’ve been striving to show you just how corrupt all our institutions, and so many of the people inside them really are – both in the ‘secular’ and ‘orthodox’ world, both here in Israel and abroad – the one thing I will say is this:

Birds of a feather stick together.

If all these ‘rabbis’ and media commentators and politicians and others are happy to lie about COVID 19 ‘pandemics’ and ‘vaccines’, and to watch while the world gets destroyed around our ears as a result, do you really think they were any LESS happy to lie about Rav Berland?

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Teshuva is really easy, baruch Hashem.

Just admit you were wrong, apologise to whoever you hurt, then ask God to help you not make that mistake again.

Then move on.

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Just remember, slandering Rav Berland and COVID-19 have been connected right from the start.

If we really want this plague to end, we have to deal with the sins that caused it, spiritually.

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UPDATE:

The following comes from HERE:

 A former Pfizer vice president, Dr. Michael Yeadon among other medical professionals have recently warned that the vaccines have not been adequately tested and that there is a risk of “indefinite infertility” for women who take the current Covid vaccine due to damaging autoimmune response. In other words, the vaccine could make many women barren and unable to have children.

Maybe this is what Bill Gates meant when he stated in his Ted Talk that “vaccines and reproductive services” could help contribute to a reduction of the Earth’s population of 10% to 15% as a means to “stop global warming”.

Why would Bill Gates mention vaccines in the same breath as “reproductive services” in reference to population reduction? Aren’t vaccines supposed to help people live longer? Well, the Pfizer VP’s warning about the Covid vaccine is ringing bells for me. Maybe the Covid vaccine won’t make you sick, or kill you. Maybe you will live a long life free of coronavirus, but you’ll find out a few years after taking the vaccine that you won’t ever be able to have kids.

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Think for yourselves.

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I’m cutting and pasting this from the Ravberland.com website.

BH, I managed to get to Hevron yesterday with my husband.

We got there on time, for 8pm, (which means we got there ‘early’ by Israeli standards).

10 minutes after we arrived, the Border Police put barriers all over the Hevron plaza, and stopped the other members of Shuvu Banim from actually getting to the Mearat HaMachpela.

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By the time I left at 9pm, there was a scene developing that was eerily reminiscent of what was going down on the Belarus / Ukraine borders pre-Rosh Hashana.

In case you forgot, that was when there were around 1,000 Breslov chassidim squared off against a wall of heavily-armed Ukrainian soldiers.

It was the same scene yesterday, just instead of Ukrainians guards with who had grandparents who quite liked Hitler, it was Israeli soldiers.

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BH, the Rav will finally be freed today.

I read in one of his recent shiurim that he said all the secrets get revealed on Chanuka.

I’m hoping and praying that some of the stuff I’ve been uncovering the last month will start to come out, and that we’ll all finally be ‘shocked enough’ to stop making excuses for the state of our communities, and our families, and the world generally, to move forward to geula the sweet way.

Hating ‘bad’ doesn’t make me a ‘hater of Israel’, God forbid.

I know it’s not popular to keep harping on the FACT that we all have tons of bad middot, believe me, I know.

But there is a venomous snake wrapped around a barrel of figs.

And we all need to gird our loins to remove that ‘snake’ in our own dalet amot – and from within our own neshamas.

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THIS IS THE ARTICLE FROM THE RAVBERLAND.COM SITE, HERE:

After repeated attempts by the Israeli court system to put off the hearing of our Rebbe, Rabbi Eliezer Berland shlit”a, the critical hearing has been set for this Tuesday (Dec 1, 2020) at the Supreme Court.

To that end, prayer gatherings have been scheduled around Israel for his immediate release and speedy recovery.

The unprecedented persecution of Rav Berland, who at 84 is the oldest prisoner in the Israeli prison system, and who suffers no less than 26 different illnesses, has reached a point of a matter of life and death.  As had been reported over the last several weeks, the Rav suffers from, among other illnesses, heart problems (he has a pacemaker), has only one kidney, and has gangrene in his leg.

After undergoing two difficult surgeries, he was immediately returned to prison without a chance to recover in the hospital.

Moreover, the Israeli authorities have attempted repeatedly to prevent the Rav from receiving the proper medical care, requiring a court petition for something as minor as having his hand checked after suffering severe pain (it was discovered afterward that he had a broken hand).

The Rav’s attorneys have stated that this kind of treatment is without precedent and unexplainable.

It was reported in the name of autistic Binyamin Golden, that this was part of a deliberate attempt to assassinate the Rav while in prison custody.

While the Rav has been sitting for 10 months in prison without charge, and without any evidence brought against him, the court system has repeatedly attempted to delay his hearing.  This Tuesday, December 1, the crucial hearing will finally take place to decide if the Rav will be released.

Last week a prayer gathering was scheduled to be held at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, but in a shocking move, the police closed down the entire city of Hebron to prevent it.

Therefore, prayer gatherings have been scheduled at holy sites all over Israel for the Rav’s speedy release and recovery, Bezrat Hashem.

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I’m so praying, we will all hear some good news soon.

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I went into a bit of a tailspin, the last couple of days.

That happens, doesn’t it? Even when we’re trying out best to have emuna, and trying out best to pray, and trying out best to keep ‘seeing the good’, there are moments, hours and days when we still feel down about what’s going on.

That’s what happened to me, on Friday.

Sunday, I drove up North with my husband, to the kever of Rava and Abbaye, near Tsfat.

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The kever is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of Israel, up a hill overlooking forest and green. It was gorgeous.

Inside, after a couple of minutes, I started to relax and to feel a little stronger, spiritually, again. Like it’s going to be OK after all. Somehow.

After 10 minutes, I was shocked when a friend from America walked in with her family.

I was doing hitbodedut, so I went outside for a bit, where God had arranged a nice fire for me to sit by.

Literally.

Someone had gone to the trouble of piling 4-5 logs on some embers – and then left.

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So, I did what I do best, and ‘fanned the flames’ until I got a good fire going, that I could sit next to.

After a few minutes, the friend from America came out, and we had a chat. She was there looking for some clarity about whether to stay in Israel, or go back to America.

While we were talking, she started crying a little bit, so I gave her some tissues.

A few hours later, she texted me that her father had died unexpectedly back in America – at exactly the time we were at the grave of Rava and Abbaye, when she started crying ‘for no obvious reason’.

Baruch Dayan HaEmet.

I guess God made the decision for her.

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In the meantime, she showed me a picture of the Rav being loaded into an ambulance barely 4 hours after having major surgery, to send him back to prison.

Because they are trying to kill him.

In case you hadn’t realised that.

My friend said to me:

A lot of things must need sweetening again. That’s why he’s choosing to go back to prison like this.

When she put it like that, I started to cheer up.

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That picture of the Rav showed that the ambulance was totally full of an impossible light – his aura was in full view again:

Ah, Rav.

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Part of the reason I got so down the last few days is that I’m sick to the back teeth of hearing about all these ‘false messiahs’ and false leaders, and false ‘prophets’, who really don’t know anything (at best…) and could well be actively misleading the public.

They are all over the place, with their ‘predictions’ and ‘warnings’ and red herrings, that are just pulling so many of us away from the real work to be done to get geula, which basically boils down to prayer and sincere teshuva for all our millions of bad middot.

But then I realised something yesterday:

The truth is starting to come out.

And all these ‘false messiahs’ are starting to be exposed for what they are, in big and small ways.

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Yesterday, I had a big urge to walk down to the Rav’s shul, on Ido HaNavi Street, and just go and be there a bit. I was doing hitbodedut as I walked, and by the time I got to the Beit HaRav, I was in tears.

My heart has been so full of sadness recently.

And some of that poured out, and down my face.

Ah Rav.

I miss your comforting ‘presence’ so much.

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When I told this to my husband, he told me:

The Rav didn’t go anywhere we can’t reach him. The Tzaddik is hai v’kayam.

When he put it that way, I started to cheer up.

Then, my husband asked me if I’d seen the latest ‘announcement’ about the Rav from the autistics on the hebrew Shuvubanim.org page.

I hadn’t, so I went to look. Here’s a little what it says, freely translated (Hebrew original first, for those who can read it for themselves:)

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“ועם ישראל אין זמן, משיח כבר פה, והוא פועל לעזור לכל היהודים. הוא פה בירושלים עיר הבירה, הוא שוכב חולה בבית חולים והרשעים לא נותנים לו מנוחה, מנסים לגמור אותו, חו”ש.”

Am Yisrael, there is no time. Moshiach is already here, and he’s working to help all the Jews. He’s here in Jerusalem, the capital city, he’s lying sick in the hospital, and the reshaim (evildoers) aren’t giving him any rest. They are trying to finish him, chas ‘v’ halilah.

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בכלל עצרו את הרב ברלנד בלי שום הוכחות שהוא עשה משהו מנוגד לחוק, ולא לקחו אותו בעדינות, אלא התנפלו עליו, אפילו שהוא לא התנגד. בשחרית כשהוא התפלל, הם תפסו אותו וזרקו אותו לרצפה, אפילו שהוא יהודי מבוגר בן 84. יהודי שסובל מנמק ברגל, עם בעיות בלב, עם כליה אחת, שלא התנגד להם, אבל הם קיבלו הוראות, לעשות כאילו שהוא מתנגד, להעניש אותו, ואולי גם חשבו שזה יהרוג אותו.”

Generally speaking, they arrested the Rav Berland without any evidence that he’d done something against the law, and they didn’t take him gently, rather, they attacked him, even though he didn’t resist [being arrested].

At shacharit, when he was praying, they grabbe him and threw him to the floor, even though he was an elderly Jew aged 84 years old. A Jew who suffers from necrosis in the legs, and heart problems, with one kidney, who didn’t try to resist them.

But they received instructions, to make it seem as though he ‘resisted’, in order to punish him, and perhaps they also thought that this would kill him. [God forbid a billion times!]

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“ומאז מעבירים אותו מבית סוהר לבית סוהר, והוא חולה מאוד וסובל מאוד. הוא הצדיק של הדור וזה מרגיז את הרשעים, כי הם לא מצליחים להרוג אותו. כמה שניסו בביה”ח להרוג אותו – לא הצליח להם. שלחו אותו מיד לבית הסוהר אחרי ניתוח של ארבע שעות. ברוך השם, הרופא בבית הסוהר אמר, שהוא לא יכול לקחת אחריות על בן אדם שהוא במצב גופני מאוד קשה, החזירו אותו לבית החולים.”

And since then, they’ve been shuffling him from prison to prison, and he’s very unwell, and is suffering greatly. 

He is the Tzaddik of the generation, and this upsets the reshaim, because they aren’t managing to kill him. As much as they tried in the hospital to kill him – it’s just not working for them. They sent him immediately back to the prison, after a four hour operation.

Baruch Hashem, the doctor in the prison said that he couldn’t take responsibility for a person in such a difficult physical state, so they had to take him back to hospital.

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“בבית החולים גם מענישים אותו, אבל הוא לא מפחד, כי הוא יודע מי הוא, הוא יודע שהשם איתו, והוא יודע שרשעים לא משנה מה הם עושים, הם לא יכולים לפגוע בו.”

In the hospital they are also punishing him, but he isn’t scared, because he knows who he is. He knows that Hashem is with him. And he knows that the reshaim, no matter what they try to do, they can’t really hurt him.

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“עם ישראל, כדי שהמשיח יוכל להילחם נגד הרשעות, הוא חייב את התפילות שלנו, זה נותן לו כוח להילחם נגד הרשעות. ואנחנו צריכים להתפלל עם דמעות, עם לב שבור, שתהיה לו רפואה שלמה, כדי שיוכל לחזור לבית הכנסת שלו, בשביל לחזור לקהילה שלו, שיחזור לעם ישראל.”

“הקהילה “שובו בנים” מחכה לו מאוד עם געגועים חזקים ועם הרגשה של יתומים, כי הוא התקווה שלנו, שהשם שלח לנו עם ישראל, וזה צריך לתת לכול יהודי את הכוח להתפלל עוד יותר חזק – שתהיה רפואה שלמה לאליעזר בן עטיא.”

Am Yisrael! In order for the Moshiach to be able to fight against the evildoers, he needs our prayers!

This gives him the strength to fight against the reshaim. And we need to be praying with tears, with a broken heart, that he will have a full recovery, in order for him to return to his shul, and to return to his kehilla, and to return to Am Yisrael.

The ‘Shuvu Banim’ kehilla is waiting for him, with great yearning, and with the feeling that they are orphans. For he is our hope, that Hashem sent to Am Yisrael.

And this should give every Jew the strength to pray with even more strength – that there should be a complete healing for Eliezer ben Ettia.

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“עם ישראל, העולם מבולבל ואלים ומפוחד. גם מדינת ישראל במצב הזה. הדבר היחיד שיכול להציל אותנו עם ישראל, זה שאנחנו נעשה תשובה מלאה, שאנחנו נתקרב מאוד לקב”ה. שאנחנו נתפלל על הרב שלנו (הרב אליעזר ברלנד בן עטיא), שכ”כ דואג לנו יום ולילה ומתפלל על עם ישראל בדמעות.”

“הרב שלנו שבוכה יחד איתנו על המצב האישי שלנו, של כל אחד בנפרד, ועל המצב הכללי הקשה שלנו. השלטונות יודעים שהוא מסוכן להם, שהם לא יכולים להרוג אותו ולא יכולים לעצור אותו, אבל הם בכל אופן מנסים עם כל הכוחות שלהם להעלים אותו מהעולם הזה, חו”ש.”

Am Yisrael, the world is confused, violent and scared. Also the State of Israel is in this condition. The only thing that can save us, Am Yisrael, is if we make complete teshuva, and come very close to HaKadosh Baruch Hu. 

That we will pray with our Rav [HaRav Eliezer ben Ettia, Rav Berland], who so very much cares about us, day and night, and prays for Am Yisrael with tears.

Our Rav, who cries with us about our personal situation, about each person seperately, and also about our general hard situation. The government[s] know that he is dangerous for them, that thye can’t kill him, and they can’t stop him.

But nevertheless, they are still trying with all their strength, to remove him from this world, chas ‘v’ shalom.

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“אבל, לא לדאוג עם ישראל, הוא באמת משיח בן דוד, הוא נשלח להציל את עם ישראל, אבל עם ישראל צריכים לרצות. אם כל עם ישראל יקח על עצמו לעשות תשובה עם כל הלב, אז בעתיד הקרוב נקבל משיח בשמחה וששון, אבל לא נראה שככה זה יהיה.”

But, don’t worry Am Yisrael! He is in truth ‘Moshiach ben David’, he was sent to rescue Am Yisrael, but Am Yisrael has to want [this]. 

If the whole of Am Yisrael will take it upon themselves to make teshuva with all their heart, then in then in the very near future, we will receive Moshiach with happiness and rejoicing.

But it doesn’t seem as though this is what’s going to be.

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“אנחנו, כל אלה שמאמינים באמת בגדלות של הרב ברלנד ומתפללים עליו עם כל הכוח, אלה ישרדו בקלות.”
“העולם רועד, העולם בסכנה גדולה, המקום הכי בטוח בעולם זה ירושלים עיר הקודש. והיום המקום הכי קדוש – חוץ מהכותל.. – זה החומה השלישית, איפה שהרב ברלנד גר, וכשהוא יחזור הביתה נרגיש את האור הקדוש הרוחני שייצא משם ויאיר את כל ירושלים, ובסופו של דבר את כל ארץ ישראל, ואפילו מעבר לארץ ישראל, לגלות…”

We, all those who truly believe in the greatness of Rav Berland, and who pray for him with all our strength, these [people] will easily survive.

The world is shaking, the world is in tremendous danger. [But] the safest place in the world is Jerusalem, the holy city. And today, the holiest place – other than the Kotel – is HaHomah HaShlishit, where Rav Berland lives.

And when he returns home, we will feel the spiritual light of kedusha that will come out from there, and which will illuminate the whole of Jerusalem.

And ultimately, [which will light up] the whole of Eretz Yisrael, and even beyond Eretz Yisrael, to the diaspora.

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“מה שאני כותב עכשיו זו אמת. אני יודע שהרבה יהודים לא רוצים להאמין בזה, אבל זו האמת. בעתיד הקרוב כל אחד, כל יהודי אמיתי, יאמין בזה, כי זו האמת…”

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What I’m writing here is the truth. I know that many Jews don’t want to believe it, but this is the truth. In the near future, each person, each real Jew, will believe this.

Because it is the truth.

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Read it for yourself, HERE.

And may God give us all the strength to finally leave all our ‘false messiahs’ and ‘false prophets’ behind, and to make the real teshuva required to get to geula, the sweet way.

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UPDATE:

There is a prayer atzeret for the Rav this evening, November 24th, 2020, in Hevron, between 8-10pm.

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I went over to the ravberland.com website, where I learned that Rav Eliezer Berland is back in jail.

Honestly?

That news totally depressed me.

Just when I was starting to feel a little bit of emancipation from the forces of evil, a little bit of ‘loosening’ of these whole, false COVID-1984 narrative, a little bit of hope – they put the Rav back in jail.

And they rushed him back to the Ayalon Prison a couple of short days after he’d finished having TWO major surgeries, both requiring general anesthetic.

It’s clear as can be that they are trying to kill the Rav, God forbid a million times.

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So I read that and started to feel pretty down, but I still had Shabbat shopping to do, so I headed off to the Mahane Yehuda shuk.

There was a massive depressed vibe all around.

There were gangs of ‘school playground b*tches’ all over the streets around the shuk. These playground bullies grew up, and now have a job working for the Israeli border police.

Everywhere I walked there they were, yelling at random people that their masks weren’t up over their nose, totally covering their eyeballs.

These police bullies were fanned out in a ring of 4 or 5, all with their long fingernails wagging aggressively in people’s faces, as they stabbed their teudat zehut details into their tablets, as a precursor to fining them for breathing.

I was bullied a lot in school by gangs of girls exactly like these. That’s what taught me to fight back. Except now, the bullies are wearing police uniforms and are sanctioned by the State, so fighting back will get me in a whole bunch of trouble.

God, how much longer?

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We parked the car in the underground carpark near the shuk, climbed out and headed off to the elevator, fumbling in pockets to find the mandatory mask. I had mine on, under my nose, by the time we got to the elevator stairwell, but my husband didn’t.

Some middle-aged ‘mask-hole’, with his pointless mask pulled all the way up to his eyebrows, immediately took my husband to task.

What are you thinking?!?!? Walking around like this without a mask?!?!?

Wait. Let me repunctuate that:

What?!?!? Are you thinking?!?!?

God forbid!!!

Don’t think!

Just follow the stupid, destructive dictates that clearly make no sense and are clearly serving another, nefarious, agenda to crash the economy as fast as possible, so we can all become modern-day serfs.

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I’ve got to the stage that my dislike of these misguided ‘do-gooding’ bullying mask-holes is getting so intense, I’m really struggling to not totally passul them as human beings.

Go!!! Go get the vaccine ASAP, as soon as it’s available!!

All the mask-holes should get priority service, let them get five shots of the vaccine, even. They DEFINITELY deserve to have it!

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We walked off into the shuk itself, and the whole atmosphere was totally depressed again.

Partially, it was the obvious, and obviously intimidating, police presence there. Some ‘tough guy’ psychopath motorbike cop had parked his big engine horizontally, across the shuk’s main external thoroughfare.

He stood there like some Borg footsoldier, in his threatening black uniform, helmet under his arm and glaring at all the passersby.

My husband whispered to me:

Do you think he practices that pose at home, in front of the mirror?

Without a doubt! I whispered back. Probably for hours and hours….

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I couldn’t wait to get home.

I rushed around like a person possessed, to get back to the comfort of my ‘bubble’ back home, and away from the police b*tches, and the mask-holes, and the Terminator wannabes.

I turn on the PC to type, and I discover that the Jpost is back to proclaiming propaganda that we will be having another, totally unjustifiable, lockdown on Chanuka.

Of course we will.

They put the Rav back in prison, and so we are all following him back to jail.

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What can we do? What can I do?

One thing I did was to head over to the ravberland.com site HERE, and to give a bit more money to help pay for the Rav’s lawyers. It’s a drop in the bucket, but it gave me a tiny bounce to know that I had contributed something, in some way, to the Rav’s cause.

I will try to pray more for the Rav to get out.

I will try to work on my emuna, that all this is actually for the good, and leading to a good place.

And I will try to work on my almost overwhelming temptation to passul all these people who are deliberately working for ‘bad’, and / or accidentally working for ‘bad’, by buying all the ‘COVID-1984’ propaganda, and continuing with all their self-deception and lies.

And apart from these things, I have nothing else I can do.

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