For the last three weeks, I’ve been a woman possessed.
From the time the atrocity in Meron occurred, three weeks ago today, I’ve barely slept and I’ve been totally consumed with ‘getting the truth out there’, any way I could.
BH, with a lot of siyatta di shmeya, and a lot of help from a lot of other people here on the blog and elsewhere, we’ve pulled enough of the picture together now into that PDF, that I’m kind of feeling like my job is done.
That’s not to say I won’t come back to it if God gives me a nudge to do that, but now that BH it looks like there will be a State Commission of Inquiry after all, and that more and more people are opening their eyes to what really happened in Meron, I think I need to take a break from the subject.
It’s been SOOO intense the last three weeks – mini-pogroms and wars notwithstanding – and I need a rest.
Which of course, means going back to ‘fun’ stuff like writing about evil fake vaccines and trying to track down more Freemason-Frankists…
And I also want to press ‘pause’ on the lashon hara l’toelet that I’ve had to engage in the last few weeks, to really try and stop the police cover-up in Meron.
When bad things happen, we have to explore them, we have to deal with them – but it’s a mistake to keep looking for the bad, once the ‘job has been done’.
(I’m clearly going to fall back into speaking lashon hara again… but at least I’m trying to not to. Like all of us.)
So, let’s end this week with a miracle story from Meron, which you can read the full story of HERE, in English.
His life was saved when he yelled out that he was going to do a pidyon nefesh with Rav Berland.
And he also clearly describes how the exit was blocked by the police – and from what he describes, the police seemed to have blocked the ‘Reb Dov Shvil’ at both the top of the metal ramp for people who were ascending, as well as at the bottom of the stairs – which is another piece of information that needs careful scrutiny.
But not by me.
BH, it’s gone enough ‘mainstream’ now that other people are asking the questions, and with God’s help will find the answers:
(This link was sent to me by MR – ta!)
Life is crazy right now, mamash.
Especially in Israel.
But geula is so close, you can smell it in the air.
And we just have to hang on for one more minute.
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