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Yesterday, one of my friends sent me a message about a new booklet on Ahavat Yisrael, put out by Rav Arush.


I didn’t real feel so much like tracking it down to read it, but it appears God had other plans.

This morning, that booklet showed up in my house, so I grabbed it and took it off to the kever of the Saba Yisrael, where I was heading off to do some hitbodedut on the cause of my current bad mood.


I get to the Saba, I find a step to sit down on, and I open the booklet ‘randomly’.

This is what I got to (pages 8-9 – my own free translation of Rav Arush’s words):

…But emuna that ‘hakol letova’ – everything is for the best, this is mamash not enough!

It’s not enough to believe that Hashem is righteous and yeshar (straight); rather, we are obligated to progress to the third level of emuna:

To seek out what Hashem wants from us, what is the message that He is sending us?

Because in everything that happens to a person, and to the world, there are ‘hints’ from Heaven, and a call from Hashem for us to come closer to Him, and to return in teshuva.

And whatever happens to us, it’s not a small hint, rather, it’s a loud call from Heaven, to all of us, to save ourselves….


….Whoever says ‘hakol letova’, ‘the holy ones will sweeten all the dinim (judgments) from off of us, and cancel out all the decrees’ – or all sorts of other sentences of ’emuna’ like this, and he is satisfied with this, and he continues on his way with his life, without waking up, and without making teshuva, and without any cheshbon nefesh (self-searching) –

So first of all, this person doesn’t have any connection at all to emuna!

He doesn’t really believe that ‘hakol letova’, because the biggest good is when a person wakes up.

And a person who doesn’t wake up, he’s not just someone who ‘doesn’t believe’, rather, he’s a person who is blocked and cruel, and who wraps up all his own opacity in empty words.


Whoever doesn’t search for the message, and who doesn’t want to change, with all his strength – he isn’t just ‘insensitive’, and he’s not just ‘old’ – but we’re really talking about a person who is dead.

Because even an old person feels something, when they kick him. There are things that even the most insensitive person still feels.

Only a dead person doesn’t feel anything.

Whoever isn’t shaken to the very depth of his soul [when bad things happen], he’s in a situation of being deeply ‘frozen’.


So, I read this, and suddenly I understood why I’ve been feeling so down the last couple of days.

It’s because I’ve been trying to communicate with people who are basically dead, from the soul up.

All those people who can’t get why I’m so upset with what’s happening with 5G and poisonous Covid shots… And who think I should calm down, as hundreds of thousands of people worldwide get killed and injured – pointlessly – because they believe all the lies they’re being told by the media and the drs and the government… And who don’t think it’s a ‘big deal’ that graphene oxide smart dust is literally in everything we eat and drink, not to mention medications, cosmetics and also smeared all over face masks….


They’re effectively dead.

That’s why I’m not getting very far, no matter how much solid evidence I bring on this blog, no matter how much sourced and verified information I share here.


Now that I have this crucial piece of information, I can see why I’m feeling down and angry.

I’ve been taken out by all the apathy, condescension, denial, fake ’emuna’, and self-righteousness of the spiritual walking-dead.

I don’t have a problem, that all this stuff is upsetting me.

All the spiritual zombies out there have a problem – a massive spiritual problem – that it’s not upsetting THEM anywhere near as much as it should be.

And now we have that all nice and clear, I’m feeling way, way happier again.


PS: I read this in the ‘Advice’ book over Shabbat, (No.10, in the chapter called ‘Tzaddik’):

“Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they, seeing with their eyes and hearing with their ears and understanding with their heart, return and be healed (Isiaiah 6:10).

Before a person draws close to the Tzaddik, his heart is fat, his ears are heavy etc. This means that his heart and ears are shut and his eyes are blind to the truth.

He is unable to come to his senses and return to God.

But when he binds himself to the Tzaddikim and follows their guidance, his heart, his eyes and his ears are opened. He sees, hears and understands the truth and becomes worthy of returning to God.”


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Is it OK to take dodgy new ‘medicines’ because God is going to decide if we’re going to die, anyway?

At the bottom of THIS post, an interesting discussion developed in the comments section, and I’m bringing parts of it here, into its own post, and expanding it, because there are some fundamental issues here that need addressing.

As always, this is NOT about trying to make ourselves ‘right’ and others ‘wrong’.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and free choice is paramount. We can’t force others to accept our views – about anything! – and we shouldn’t be trying to.

That said, ‘personal opinion’ and ‘cold, hard fact’ are often conflated, as we all have blind spots and biases, and selectively pick and choose the things we read and watch, and the things we believe, to support our underlying bias.

And I also do that too, hard as I try not to.

It’s human nature.


What helps here is to remember the ‘100%-0%- rule of discussion and disagreement.

That rule basically states that no-one is 100% right, or 100% wrong, and that the truth can always be found on both sides of the discussion or argument, even if it ends up being a 99%-1% split.

That 1% of truth is still valuable, and it’s part of this ongoing birur process, to bring it out and acknowledge it, when we hear it in other people’s arguments, or view points, that contradict our own.

So with all these caveats out the way, let’s dive in.


First, here’s Devorah’s comment, which sparked this post:

Quarantine camps are not concentration camps.

Australia is an island, they have gone to a great deal of trouble to keep us Covid free, obviously that didn’t work out, hence the lockdowns.

Those ”camps” are just in case we are swamped with Covid and there is nowhere to isolate people and the hotels/hospitals are all full.

So far we have not needed anything like that. It was a ‘worst case’ scenario. I can assure all of you that we are very safe here, and sometimes I think everyone is just looking for disasters to happen to fit in with their own scenarios.


I’ve read some dreadful and ridiculous things about Australia on the internet.

I’ve seen a video of a child apparently being wrenched from her parents and forced to take the vaccine. No idea what that was about as children here are not vaccinated at all. They have just started to allow vaccines for 12-15 year olds, but they are voluntary. No vaccine is forced on anyone, certainly not children.

While there are some conditions attached to people who choose to not vaccinate, such as travel…. those conditions seem to be consistent with the rest of the world. So of course anyone who wants to travel will get the vaccine.


I don’t believe that the vaccine is a conspiracy.

It’s a new vaccine, it hasn’t been tested properly obviously People have died from it and people have gotten sick from it. But I don’t believe anyone dies unless Hashem decreed they should die, and had they not received the vaccine, they would have died anyway either from Covid or something else.

Isn’t that what the Torah teaches us? No-one dies unless it is decreed in Heaven? Even a suicide needs permission from Heaven to actually die.

Correct me if I’m wrong here please.

I don’t know what is really going on, but I do know that whatever is happening is sanctioned by Hashem, as a preparation for Geula.

So I am not worried about it, and I’m not losing any sleep, this is how Hashem wants things to be to prepare the world for Moshiach.


Here’s what I responded – and I’m going to expand on this, below, as this is part of a very important spiritual birur:

You are raising some interesting points.

I think at least some of what we’re all being fed by the media in relation to ‘anti vaxxers’ is definitely ‘staged’.

I.e. in Israel, hard as it is, I’ve seen videos of police violently ‘arresting’ chareidi women in supermarkets, and it strikes me that this is Government-designed propaganda to ‘scare’ everyone else in chareidi supermarkets into wearing a mask without resisting.


The chareidi supermarkets I shop in seem to be very laid back about masks – increasingly so, Baruch Hashem.

And even the crazy ‘mask fascist’ supermarkets I have shopped in formerly never got the police involved. So there does seem to be a strong element of deliberate disinformation going on, which is why it’s useful to pool information from people on the ground who are not working for the Deep State, or MSM.


That said, I can’t agree with your comments that this is a vaccine – it isn’t.

It doesn’t prevent transmission, and it doesn’t prevent infection. And it doesn’t contain any attenuated ‘virus’. These are the basic requirements for something to be considered a ‘vaccine’, according to scientific and medical definitions that have been in play for decades, so whatever this IS, it’s not a ‘vaccine’.

It’s an experimental gene therapy – and again, this isn’t ‘conspiracy’, this is plain, hard fact.


Also, it’s hard to see why camps of any nature should be set up for a disease that has a 99.5% of surviving for ANYONE, even geriatrics with co-moribidities.

Nor why masks should be forced on a population when they a) don’t prevent transmission of anything and b) actually cause decreased de-oxygenation of the blood (and never mind the stress and psychological damage, which is also through the roof.)


That biotoxic graphene oxide is being used to coat many of these masks is also clearly and openly admitted – not least, by the companies who are manufacturing these products in their hundreds of millions – and so is also not in the realm of ‘conspiracy’, but cold, hard fact.


The second part of this discussion – the spiritual one about no-one dying unless Hashem decrees it – goes to the heart of deep spiritual questions about free choice, and personal responsibility. 

The short answer is that I think the approach you set out above is based on ‘false emuna’.

We are totally responsible for ourselves and our health. Someone can’t take drugs, or eat fried mars bars for breakfast every day, or go for a run in the middle of the highway and say ‘I’m not responsible for any bad outcome here, it’s God who decides if I’m going to die.’

God IS running the whole world, Ein Od Milvado. But there is still reward and punishment for our choices, both in this world and the next.

And while God gives us ‘permission’ to go against His divine will, so that free choice can exist, we are still ‘rewarded’ for really doing what He wants, and punished for doing the opposite.


So now, let’s explore this idea of ‘reward and punishment’ and free choice a little more.

Long-term readers of this blog probably know that I spent many years in a state of ‘false emuna’.

We had a fake ‘rabbi’ a few years’ back who told my husband that God was responsible for our parnassa, so he should basically quit his job, and just pray for God to send him his income.

This sounded correct spiritually, because Ein Od Milvado – and it’s a basic tenet of belief that our parnassa IS decided on Rosh Hashana by Hashem, and that it’s going to come to us one way or another, regardless of what we do.

(See, all these false emuna arguments work the same way…)


So, my husband jacked in the well-paying job that he was anyway hating, and started doing six hours of hitbodedut a day, for God to send us income direct.

Within three months, we’d totally run out of money, and we had days where I couldn’t buy food or toilet paper.

We ended up having to sell our house just to be able to live.

And my husband got so ‘burnt’ by his ‘fake emuna’ experiment, he sank into a serious depression for two years, and had enormous psychological trauma that going back to work would mean he’d failed the ‘good, believing Jew’ test.


I’ve written about the various facets of that experience before, but here’s the distilled version of what I learned from that, relevant to this discussion about Covid ‘vaccines’:

  1. We only listen to the people, the experts, the ‘rabbis’ we want to listen to.

We often don’t want to take responsibility for our own lives, and our own decisions, so instead we find some egomaniac with a big reputation, with charisma, with a strong opinion that really accords with our own, and then we ‘follow their advice’.

When it goes wrong, we feel we can still ‘blame them’ for what happened, so that’s OK then.

We can carry on telling ourselves ‘victim stories’ and moaning about all the horrible people who have misled us, while still refusing to take the basic responsibility for our own lives.

2. God created the world as a partnership between Him and us.

So YES, of course, Ein Od Milvado.

Everything is God.

But God also wants me to do my part.

He wants ME to pray profusely about my decisions and my actions; He wants ME to make the birur between true and false information and beliefs; He wants ME to make my maximum effort to try to sweeten things, and to try to change things with my sincere prayers and teshuva and mesirut nefesh, so that He doesn’t have to bring harsh judgments to the world.


When we ran out of cash, and had all the other suffering we had, connected to our false emuna, it took me a while to realise that it was TOTALLY DESERVED.

We were operating from a false, arrogant, ‘superior’ and unreal place.

I mean, who were we, really, to think we were on the level to get enough cash to maintain a huge house and an expensive lifestyle by way of open miracles?!?

I write that now, and I see how totally absurd it is.


God created a world where men work on their emuna by having to work for a living without getting stressed or miserly. And women work on their emuna, fundamentally, by having to pray for Divine assistance with their shalom bayit and raising their children.

That is the work God created us to do, day to day.

Can I do this, can I work on my emuna and cope with life without getting God involved in my decision-making process and day-to-day issues?

Absolutely not!

But, that also doesn’t mean I can run away from taking the responsibility for my own decisions and choices by saying ‘God is doing everything, anyway….


Breslov teachings set this out very clearly.

Rav Natan writes that BEFORE a decision, BEFORE an action:

I am 100% responsible to do my homework, to do my hishtadlut, to pray for guidance, to try to do the birur as completely as I can, as to what is correct, and what God wants from me.

AFTER the decision:

The outcome is totally up to God, and what God wants for me.


So, let’s try and tease out how all this applies to the discussion in hand.

Covid 19 is all about getting each one of us make teshuva, and to developing the sort of emuna we need to get into geula, and the world of truth.

As such, the teshuva is built in at every stage of this process.

Personally I try to follow Breslov teachings as much as I’m able. so for the last 10 years, I have been doing my best to totally stay away from all Western doctors, and their ‘cut and medicate’ approach to illness.

For me, health comes down to making the appropriate teshuva across the three levels of body, mind and soul – and then doing pidyonot nefesh for the stuff that’s rooted in previous gilgulim, that I can’t reach myself.


If I get sick because I eat pizza and fries every day, don’t exercise, don’t sleep enough and do drugs – then probably, changing these habits around at the ‘body’ level will go a long way to helping me heal.

If I get sick because I am constantly stuffing down negative emotions like anger, hatred and arrogance, or wallowing in despair and jealousy, or trying to ‘control’ others to try to ‘control’ my own anxiety levels – then starting to work through these emotions in hitbodedut, and starting to do some real (but still gentle…) cheshbon hanefesh to really own my own feelings about things will probably help a lot

If I get sick because I’m disconnected from God, and from Torah and mitzvot, and / or treating other people in a bad way, and / or not living my life in accordance with Hashem’s plan for me – then this is where strengthening the spiritual connection will make a big difference.


So, Covid 19, for me, has been one big test of trying to see the good in others, and trying to accept God’s will without falling into despair, while still continuing to do the birur about what is really going on here.

It’s not been about a physical fear of the ‘disease’ itself.

But for others, the test is different.


For some people, it’s a constant battle wavering between ‘getting vaccinated’ because of peer pressure and government coercion, and staying true to what they themselves really believe.

For others, it’s about respecting other people’s free choice, and the decision to NOT vaccinate, even when they themselves can clearly see vaccination is a gift from shemayim to save humanity.

For others, the test comes down to not fearing ‘Covid’, but fearing Hashem, instead.

Or not fearing the negative effects of the ‘vaccine’, but fearing Hashem instead – and looking for a spiritual response to turn everything around for the best.

Or maybe, the test is to maintain achdut and respect, even when ‘the other’ believes in things, and acts in ways, that you personally find totally repugnant and hard-to-understand.

Or to stand up for what’s true and right, and to go against the flow, even when that is going to cost you big, in some way, and require a lot of courage.

Point is, each person’s test is specifically geared to them, and what they need to work on and fix.


But there are some generalities, across the board.

God wants us to have more emuna, to really believe in Him and to know Ein Od Milvado.

For sure.

All those people in favor of ‘force-vaxxing’ others to resolve their lack of emuna and ongoing fear and anxiety probably need to focus more in this area.

At the same time:

God also wants us to take more responsibility for what is going on in the world, and what is going on in our lives, and to do the hard work of birur.


Birur doesn’t just mean trying to sort fact from fiction, propaganda from truth, personal bias from objective reality.

It really means doing the birur inside of us, about all the bad middot and false beliefs that are still hanging out in our souls.

Lack of empathy for ‘the other’ is bad middot.

Wanting to be ‘right’ at any cost is bad middot.

Absolving ourselves from caring about what is going on, or getting the hint about what God wants us to change in our own lives is bad middot.

Painting people all people who disagree with us as ‘conspiracy theorists’ or ‘crazy psychos’ who I don’t have to engage with at all – is bad middot.

Because even psychos and conspiracy theories are from God, and have something to teach us, even if it’s just a 1% of something.


I’ll stop there, but I’m very happy to have more of a discussion about this, if there are specific points anyone wants to air out in the comments section.

Let’s end with the wise words of Rabbenu, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov:


Rebbe Nachman spoke about the correct way to deal with harsh decrees:

He said:

“[E]ach person must say that the world was only created for his sake, and [the Rebbe said] how every person must endeavor to make up the deficiencies of the world, praying on its behalf – i.e. before the decree [actually materialises].

He also said the following:

“That year [1803] the Rebbe was very preoccupied with the Cantonist Decrees. He was extremely worried about the situation and said they were not an idle threat. He disagreed strongly with the people who were saying nothing would come of it in the end, for how could God do such a thing to the Jewish people?!

The Rebbe said several times that this was nonsense.

We find many occasions when harsh decrees did materialise.

The Rebbe spoke about this a great deal and said that the rumored decrees had to be taken with the utmost seriousness and not be treated lightly.

We had to pray and cry out to God, and to be and beseech Him in the hope that He would hear us and annul them….

If only people had listened to his call to set the earth shaking with prayers and appeals to God, these decrees would have been nullified completely!”

(Tzaddik, Conversations Relating to His Lessons, page 132)


Ultimately, saying ‘everything is from God, so I don’t have to do anything about it or worry’ is spiritual apathy.

It’s spiritual laziness. It’s false emuna.

God wants us to see the ‘bad’ on the horizon, and to pray our hearts out to get the ‘bad’ to disappear – in whichever way God sees fit.

That’s our part of the equation, our part of the deal.

And none of us are exempt.


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The fake news today is full of stories of people from Uman who ‘faked’ negative PCR tests to get back to Israel.

So, I just want to give you the real story, so you don’t believe the lies.

Firstly, before anyone could get to Uman, they needed to have no less than 3 PCR tests come out ‘negative’, even if they were ‘vaccinated’.

One 72 hours before the flight.

One just before they got on the plane.

And one at Kiev airport, straight after they landed.


I didn’t hear of a SINGLE PERSON who got a positive result from their PCR test in Ben Gurion airport or Borispol in Kiev, on the way to Uman.

In fact, when my daughter went a week before Rosh Hashana, the guys who were testing the people in Kiev airport were reassuring everyone ‘don’t worry, all the tests are going to come out negative.’

And so it was.


10,000 people got to Uman at least two weeks in advance of Rosh Hashana.

Another 20,000 only got there 1-2 days before – i.e. the Sunday or Monday before Rosh Hashana began Monday night.

Many of these pilgrims actually took another test on the Monday they got there locally, so they could get the results within 72 hours – i.e. on the Wednesday night / Thursday after chag, and fly back.

Local services were predictably overwhelmed by the surge, and so the government sent out a special ‘MDA unit’ with special, never-before-seen ‘molecular tests’ that promised to give instant results.

Then a strange thing started to happen.

People who had flights the next day, and who still hadn’t got their test results back from the local providers, were going for ‘instant’ tests with MDA – and all coming back ‘positive’ for Covid.

But then some of these people also got their test results back from local providers, and found they were ‘negative’ for Covid.


Here’s how the fake news is trying to spin these real facts, from Ynet, HERE:

The national emergency service Magen David Adom (MDA) on Thursday reported an abnormally high coronavirus infection rate among Israeli worshippers who traveled to Ukraine for the Rosh Hashanah pilgrimage.
MDA reported high demand and heavy crowding at coronavirus testing stations in Uman Wednesday night where pilgrims are offered rapid and cheap coronavirus tests.
As the positive diagnoses kept mounting, some interest groups — namely local forgers offering fake tests — began spreading disinformation among the pilgrims, with some claiming that the Health Ministry-approved testing kits were fake or that MDA was manufacturing fake results because it was committed to a certain quota of positive tests.
Some even began circulating stories about pilgrims who have initially tested positive for the virus at the MDA testing hub, but then tested negative several hours later.


We all know the PCR tests are fake.

But what’s going on with Uman is really just blowing that whole subject sky-high.

Are some people faking test results to catch their flights back to Israel?

It’s very likely.

Are others presenting real test results that they got in the Ukraine, that contradict all the State of Israel’s ‘fake positives’ from the MDA tent.

Absolutely, yes.

But here’s the thing: if Covid 19 is meant to have a 7 day incubation period. you tell me how someone who has tested negative for it 3 times can then test ‘positive’ for it just 48 hours later?


You and I know all this is a crock, of course, and that ‘Covid 19’ is actually a reaction to graphene oxide poisoning and being irradiated.

But for those people who still believe in PCR testing, please explain to me how a disease with a 7 day incubation period can show up in just 48 hours?


All of this is fake news, planned from the start.

Does this look like a ‘heavily crowded’ MDA testing centre to you?


People in Uman were suspicious of the MDA testing centre right from the start, and most people made alternate plans to get tested locally, and presumably more ‘honestly’.

(Or at least, by an Ivan who has a vested interest in letting all these Jews get back to Israel, and out of the Ukraine…)

And that has thrown a massive wrench in the State of Israel’s big ‘plan’.

My guess is that they wanted to trap a huge bunch of ‘diseased Jews’ in Uman for a long time with all these fake positive tests, cause a lot of frictions with the locals, maybe even create a pogrom, as the cherry on the top – and then use that as the excuse to torpedo Uman Rosh Hashana for the next 100 years.

But it just hasn’t gone to plan.


They are still spinning, spinning  now, to try to rescue some sort of ‘punishment effect’ against people who went to Uman:

Bennett orders harsh measures against Uman COVID violators

But you can already feel the desperation in the air. This isn’t playing out – at all – the way it was meant to.


On a separate but kind of related note, I just clicked on this video of Rabbanit Kolodetsky, Rav Chaim Kanievsky’s daughter, on the yucky YWN propaganda site:


I don’t know if I’m misunderstanding this, but I think Rebbetzin Kolodetsky is saying that her niece is currently sitting in prison?

If that’s true, that would explain at least part of the ‘leverage’ the State of Israel has been using against the Rabbanit, to keep her on board with telling everyone to get poisonous Covid shots.

Take a look for yourself, see what you think.

A lot of the ‘story’ just isn’t making sense.

People don’t sit in prison in Israel for owing money, as far as I know.

But I’m happy to be corrected, if that isn’t the case.



If you go HERE, you can see a ‘Tweet’ that Rabbanit Kolodetzky sent out urging everyone to get ‘vaccinated’ (because don’t you know, all the rabbanits in Bnei Brak are off tweeting their messages to Am Yisrael….) that was retweeted by Bennett a couple of weeks’ back.

I have to admit to finding it disturbing.



So, I went back to The Chesed Fund campaign for the Kolodetzkys’ niece, and first I showed my husband the video (his Hebrew is better than mine). He told me that ‘she’s in prison’ is an expression, and not literal.

So this isn’t the mitzvah of ‘pidyon shuvuim’, as R’ Yitzhak Kolodetzky explicitly says in the promo video, (and as the editors also suggest, by sticking a big picture of a prison on the screen….).

Instead, it’s the ‘mitzvah’ of helping his family to pay off their massive debts.

Now, you might think that’s also a great mitzvah and if you do, kol hakavod. Your middot are definitely better than mine.

But after sitting here seeing that yucky ‘Rav Chaim told me that everyone should go get vaccinated!!!!’ video above, I find myself less inclined to believe that these deceptive statements are as innocently made as perhaps I was hoping.


Here’s a screenshot of how much money the Kolodetzkys are hoping to raise, for their family member to be able to pay off their debts:


It’s the huge amount of $1.2 million dollars.

And they’ve already managed to squeeze $750,000 out of more than 5,000 kind-hearted Jews for this ‘mitzvah’.


So after this, I went to see if there were any other OVERT ‘family fundraisers’ the Kolodetskys have recently been busy with.

I found THIS, from May 2020, when R’ Yitzhak Kolodetsky’s brother Yaakov apparently died from Covid 19:


The sum being raised from this was more modest, just $200k – but I’m still feeling not a little queasy about all this.

It’s one thing to use Reb Chaim’s image, and to put words into his mouth, if you just want to score yourself and your family members (and your rabbi chums and their charidees) some quick cash from kind-hearted Jews, who have been ‘primed’ to regard Reb Chaim’s image as something akin to, well, a graven idol that can bestow all good on its worshippers.

(Let’s not mince words.)

BUT – if you are then going to turn around and use that same set-up to convince hundreds of thousands of those same kind-hearted Jews to poison themselves, and their families, and their kids, with ‘Covid 19 shots’ that are full of toxic graphene oxide nanotech (amongst many other things….).


That is definitely crossing the line.


And while you’re at it, also please take a look at this video below, also from the yucky YWN site:

Just watch it, and really notice what is going on here, especially with Rav Chaim Kanievsky’s hand.

Hashem should mamash have mercy on Rav Chaim Kanievsky, the elder abuse he’s being subjected to is totally appalling.

When are more of us going to start protesting this?

And to start standing up for what’s right?

And to start challenging all these charidee productions, and the YWN site that feeds off of them, and of course, the yucky people enabling all this to happen in Rav Chaim’s own household?

That is the question.


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As I walked back from hearing the shofar blowing at the Beit HaRav first day Rosh Hashana, I had this feeling well up:

It’s going to be a good year.

I know that doesn’t look obvious, but on Rosh Hashana, you can catch the ‘flavor’ of the year to come, and this year there seemed to be a lot of peace and kedusha in the air.


Erev chag, I was feeling pretty anxious.

I woke up with the feeling that I’ve really not been the best Jew in 5781, and I got a bit teary about how hard it’s been to try and keep up with my yiddishkeit.

As is my custom now, I went off to the tomb of Shimon HaTzaddik to say vidui devarim – and I felt like 90% of what I was saying directly applied.

Especially all the stuff about hating other people in my heart and speaking lashon hara.

Hashem, I want to be good!!! I want to do better!!! 

I want to be holy…..

I’m just really, really struggling at the moment.

I came out of Shimon HaTzaddik feeling so much better.


At home, I found out I was having three guests stay by me for chag this year – all formerly-chareidi girls from complicated families, who now ‘live’ in a girls’ dorm in Jerusalem.

They had no-where else to go for chag, so one of my kids invited them to us.

Oh, and the 15 year old thinks she’s a lesbian… Is that OK Ima?

Man, what a question to be asked Erev Rosh Hashana.

But, I’m trying to adopt an attitude of just going with the flow, and letting Hashem send the people and experiences into my life that is required for my growth and teshuva, so I double-checked with my husband, then gave the greenlight to my kid.

But they have to be respectful at the table, I told her.

Because otherwise, it’s just a disaster.


The three turned up with pierced everythings, in-your-face interesting haircuts, and the 15 year old had somehow managed to get herself tattooed already, even though it’s illegal if you’re not 18.

But to cut a long story short – it was actually fine.

A little awkward in parts, but generally OK.

I cracked open Rabbenu’s advice, and in the section on ‘Peace’ I read how true peace is achieved when two total opposites are brought together, and that this can only occur by the Tzaddik.

That me and the 15 year old wannabe-lesbian shared 4 meals together with no proverbial blood being spilt was truly an open miracle.


I walked into the Rav to hear shofar blowing both times, and for the first time ever on Rosh Hashana, I just had the feeling that I belonged somewhere.

And then I walked home, and I just had the feeling that some of the kedusha had returned to the streets of Jerusalem.

There were hardly any masks in sight, the sun was shining in a beautiful blue sky, but it wasn’t too hot.

And that feeling rose up unbidden that:

They have already lost. This whole, fake,’Covid 19′ plandemic is finished.


My husband was also davening at the Rav for most of Rosh Hashana, and he also had a good experience.

Until 5 minutes before the end of the chag, when he decided to catch ma’ariv in the local shul where we live.

The shul is pretty laid back, and most people don’t hold by the masks at all. But there is one resident ‘Mr Evil’ who likes to bully and control other people, and of course the masks is the perfect excuse to do that.

So 5 minutes before the end of Rosh Hashana, he picked a fight with my husband, who had his mask under his chin, same as 80% of the rest of the congregants.

So, the plandemic is finished, spiritually….. but the Covid bullies are probably still going to be a force to deal with for a little while longer.

At least, until the ‘vaccinations’ really start to work as they’ve been designed to.


So on balance, it was a very good Rosh Hashana.

We missed Uman a lot, particularly my husband.

And I’m still sitting here pondering on what comes next, and what I should be working towards and focussing on.

But I have a lot more optimism that something very good is on the horizon than I did this time last year.

And that all the terrible suffering and difficulties we all went through in 5781 are almost coming to an end.

At least, for those who are making some sincere teshuva, and doing their best to stick close to the true tzaddikim and to stay out of the world of lies.

We still live in interesting times, and there is still so much going on, so who really knows what’s going to happen next.

But I’m just feeling way happier about it all again now.

And that counts for a lot.


PS: Just as I was finishing this up, I got sent this via email:

You need to be honest with yourself and see how much of your day is spend worrying instead of learning the advice of Rabbenu (Rebbe Nachman).

He is the Tzaddik Hashem sent to help us specifically to find Hashem in the thickest darkness.

You must put in effort to learn his advice and apply it.

It’s very wise words.

And BH, I want to take them more to heart this year.


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There was a fatal crash in Uman that killed one of the pilgrims, and injured 11 more.

You can read more HERE.

I think maybe this crash, and the person who was killed in it, ‘sweetened’ things for everyone else heading home from Uman. I certainly hope so.


The government is still up to something.



Eli Bin, MDA Director General, said: “The State of Israel has assigned Magen David Adom the task of rapid tests in Ukraine. The tests we perform in Ukraine are a new type of molecular test that provides a result in about half an hour. Magen David Adom teams are deployed in 30 stands in each terminal and near the site marking Rabbi Nachman’s tomb and will provide the result to all those returning to Israel.”

“The task is to prevent the entry of sick people or new strains of the virus into the State of Israel. This is MDA’s mission, we will carry it out and return to Israel safely.”


Once you know that ‘Covid 19’ is graphene oxide / radiation poisoning, it changes the whole picture.

And it makes you ask question about these strange new ‘molecular tests’ that aren’t explained anywhere but seem to contain very dark particles (= toxic reduced graphene oxide), which will magically ‘create’ a serious epidemic of seriously ill people after it’s been shoved up everyone’s nose in Uman (= perfect manufactured excuse to ‘ban’ Uman Rosh Hashana next year.)


But notice how empty the ‘corona testing centre’ is in Uman….

BH, we should just hear good news, and all the pilgrims should return home safe and sound, and whatever harsh decrees were hatched and formulated – both for Rosh Hashana in Uman, and for the rest of us generally – should be totally cancelled by the two people who died this year in Uman.


There is something weird happening in Uman.

I put the original post below this one, to keep all this info together, but we need to do a lot of praying that everyone who went to Uman will get back safely.

Here’s some more updates:



 It has emerged that Ukrainian police in Uman have been given lists of names and photographs of Hilltop Youth, presumably with suitable warnings that they could be dealing with extremely dangerous people. And the Ukrainian police haven’t simply been monitoring them.

They have been making arrests, spot-checks of pockets and luggage, and taking fingerprints. They have even searched the apartments where the youths are staying, rummaging through possessions and making threats.

“It’s obvious that the Jewish Department of the Shabak is behind all of this,” the mother explained. “The boys arrived in Kiev on Friday, nine days ago, and stayed in a Chabad House there over Shabbat. While they were there, an Israeli approached them and said, ‘I know who you are, and we know where you’re going.’ Supposedly it was a chance meeting but of course it wasn’t.

It was someone from the Shabak.”


The State of Israel is just using ‘Covid 19’ to continue it’s anti-semitic, anti-Torah, anti-religious people agenda.

Hilltop youth are for the most part the best of the best.

Not angels, but mamash some of the most sincere, idealistic Jews you can find anywhere.

That’s why the State of Israel can’t stand them, and is targeting them for persecution non-stop – including now in Uman.


This is what one of my contacts emailed me this morning, from her husband who is there in Uman at the moment:

This is what my husband is reporting

No loud music at night

No vendors on the Main Street and less vendors in general

No bbgun sales by vendors

Passport checks

Metal detectors on the block posts

National guards presence like never before (those brand new uniforms with blue berets) etc

Nobody likes it Locals, vendors, hotel guards etc

Also no English program shiurim.

Low energy

They had a concert good music good bands and most ppl just left after several minutes. And the bands kept playing to empty hall.



I was there last year for Rosh Hashana, and the Uman police and army presence was overwhelming then, especially in the days leading up to Rosh Hashana.

But by Rosh Hashana itself, it kind of all faded out and went back to being ‘background noise’.

But I’m watching the live cams of Pushkina Street HERE and I can see that it’s looking very subdued and kind of ’empty’ this year.

And I also keep seeing packs of Ukrainian police and military, 10 at a time, in different colored uniforms, roaming up and down the streets. Way more than last year.


BH, please keep praying for all these holy pilgrims to make it back to their homes safe and sound.

Even if you don’t hold by Uman, Rosh Hashana, or disagree with the principle, the people there are Jews, including some of the very best Jews, and the State of Israel is working with the Ukrainian authorities to pull off a ‘something’ again.

The more we all notice what’s happening, the more we all pray about this, the less likely it will be that they will manage a ‘Meron Mark 2’, God forbid.

And may we all just have good news, this 5782.


I don’t have a good feeling about either of these headlines:


Apparently, they took the cameras off the Tzion in Uman two days ago.

My husband says this has happened before, so it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s nefarious. But I also can’t find any life feeds of the Tzion in Uman, and in previous years there were a lot.

It could just be me – so if you know of a live feed for Uman, please let me know and post a link in the comments.

BH, we just have to keep praying and noticing what’s going on, and hopefully that’s enough to deter any attempt to recreate what happened in Meron this year, lo alenu, in Uman.


In first, Uman Municipality collects ‘Tourist Tax’ from Rosh Hashana Visitors


In recent days, municipality inspectors accompanied by local police have been knocking on doors on Pushkina Street, which leads to Rav Nachman’s kever, and requesting receipts for the tax, as well as stopping passerby on the street and requesting receipts.

The tourist tax is 300 Ukrainian hryvnias ($11.11) per day, which adds up to 900 hryvnias ($33.34) for those who come just for the days of Rosh Hashanah.

The Uman municipality has warned that anyone who fails to pay the tax will be prosecuted.


Hey, what a CO-IN-CID-ENCE that they managed to get some of their favorite numbers in this ‘pronouncement’ – 11 and 33.

Always using their little numerology codes to ‘communicate’ with each other in plain sight, in front of us uber dumb members of the public, chortle, chortle.

That’s bad enough, because a lot of the people who go to Uman mamash are not wealthy, and this ‘tax’ could be taking the food out of their mouths.


But this is the headline that is really worrying me:

Meron Effect: Wire Reels Placed on Rabbi Nachman’s Zion in Uman


Israeli media reports said that in the wake of the Meron disaster, Ukrainian officials are putting much effort into implementing various safety measures ahead of Rosh Hashanah. They are especially concerned about the mass recital of the Tikkun Haklali at chatzos on Erev Rosh Hashanah, when tens of thousands of mispallelim gather together at the same time.

They are also implementing a “revolving gate” method for mispallelim to enter Rav Nachman’s kever on erev Rosh Hashanah to prevent too many people from entering at once.


Pay attention to this ‘revolving gate’, and these other ‘safety measures’, because it’s exactly the same modus operandi the police in Israel used to deliberately crush 45 people to death in Meron.

The police in Meron deliberately blocked the exits in the name of ‘safety’, and I am very worried that the police in the Ukraine (of course with the help of the Israeli police there) are going to try the same thing.


Let’s be clear, that anyone who went to Uman, and made that mesirut nefesh, is participating in a very holy, kadosh thing, regardless of what Rav Berland said about not going this year.

Each person is trying to serve God in their own way, and is trying to do the best thing, and I pray from the bottom of my heart that every single one of those holy pilgrims should go and return safely.

But we have to keep our eyes open about what the authorities here and there might be planning to do this Rosh Hashana.

It’s for sure not normal that the Israeli government didn’t try to close down Uman this year, given the current ‘Delta false panic’ going on here.


So, if you’re in Uman, or have information from Uman, feel free to send it along, so we can try to shine a public spotlight on events there, and try to ‘catch’ any attempts to block exits or otherwise hurt the Jews gathering there, God forbid.

And most of all, let’s all just pray that everyone should go and come back safely this year, and that the power of Rabbenu should finally nullify this awful evil in the world, once and for all.



Watch in real time, as they ‘create a crisis’ out of thin air in Uman that will require ‘strong safety and security measures to contain’ – and then use that to try to hurt and harm people there, God forbid, exactly like they did in Meron.

Please pray for all these holy pilgrims to go and come back safely to Uman, and if you are there keep your eyes peeled, and publically document and report anything you see that doesn’t look ‘right’ in the build up to Rosh Hashana.

Anything that is different, unusual, or strikes you as ‘weird’ or potentially problematic – send me an email and let’s pull it all out in the open, so it will be much harder for the authorities to pull off another Meron in Uman, God forbid a billion times.


In the meantime, here’s some more of their ‘breadcrumb stories’, put out there to ‘paint a picture’ for the gullible public:



“Infections were already confirmed in Uman and last night a critically ill Israeli was evacuated,” Dr. Salmon said. “There are already 7,000 Jews there and the number is expected to reach 20,000.”

In the course of the discussion, the committee approved tightening the supervision of Israelis traveling to Ukraine as well as requiring both vaccinated and recovered Israelis to present negative coronavirus tests prior to returning to Israel.

Earlier this week, a Kikar H’Shabbat report revealed that two Breslover chassidim in Uman tested positive for COVID, a man in his 30s and his 14-year-old son.

Breslover leaders have called on all travelers to Uman to purchases travel insurance policies since every year, there are cases of people with medical issues being flown to Israel from Uman and whoever lacks travel insurance is saddled with steep medical costs.


They won’t let you fly out to Uman without medical insurance, and it’s been that way for over a year already, since the beginning of Covid 19.

It’s subtle fake news, giving the impression that all Breslov chassidim are schnorrers off the State, just in Uman to cost the Israeli taxpayer money.

Don’t fall for the anti-Breslov / anti-Uman propaganda this year!

Remember, Elul is all about doing the big tikkunim that we maybe didn’t manage in the past. And there’s a lot of catching up to do, especially when it comes to Rav Berland and the pilgrimage to Uman.



I can’t find a livestream of Uman that is working.

This screenshot comes from the website – which now seems to be infected with some sort of virus, too.


There used to be 5-6 live streams of Uman, including inside the Tzion, and this year it’s very hard to find any.

Now I typed that, God sent me THIS, from the Breslovnews website, which I was visiting for a different reason (read on), so at least you can see what’s going on at the crossroads on Pushkina.


My friend C. also sent me this from the BreslovNews website:


Again, notice the ‘programming’ we’re all getting from the State of Israel, behind the scenes, to equate religious gatherings with ‘tragedies’, like that’s an inevitable law, or something.

In the meantime, did you know that 10,000+ people just attended the ‘FunJoya’ festival in Eilat?

No, of course you didn’t.

Because it wasn’t a ‘religious’ gathering, no Corona Tzar flew down to make ‘safety arrangements’, no bales of barbed wire were round around the gathering; no hysterical news stories appeared about ‘2 people being ill with Coronavirus at FunJoya’; and there were no plans to use Ukrainian ‘police’ to build revolving gates of death at the entrance and police the celebrants.

Do you see the total, breathtaking, hypocrisy that is going on here?

Read THIS, for more details:

Festival of Madness: who is to blame for the new coronavirus outbreak


Was it really impossible to cancel the massive Funjoya festival in Eilat? Ten thousand participants who will not be stopped by warnings, police officers, or common sense. Even the danger of an almost certain mass infection did not stop them….

Just a week ago, Omer Adam’s concert was held with 12,000 participants. No instructions were followed. All those who were supposed to control the situation stepped aside and pretended that it did not concern them….

At the end of Saturday, an important football match took place between Israel and Austria.

There were 13,000 people in the stadium. Chances of maintaining social distance? Equal to zero. Yes, there were checks within the framework of the green standard. Yes, there were periodic announcements over the loudspeaker asking them to put on masks. I was at a similar match about two weeks ago. Approximately 50% of the audience did not follow the instructions.


Unlike the panic-stricken writer of the above, I’m actually thrilled that so many people are openly flouting Coronafascism in Israel.

But the point is this: compare and contrast what is going on with ‘secular’ events to what is going on with religious gatherings.

13,000 people can gather in a football stadium, but no  more than 8,000 people can be at the Kotel (and I guarantee you, the coronafascists will be stomping around in full riot gear, ‘enforcing’ masks and 3 seconds davening at the wall for everyone.)

And compare and contrast ‘FunJoya’ – which is happening in the State of Israel’s own country – with the incredible amount of ‘control’ being exercised by the State of Israel over events in Uman, around Rebbe Nachman’s Tzion.


Remember, before anyone even gets to Uman, they have taken no less than THREE PCR tests, all of which came out negative.

One 72 hours before flying, one in Ben Gurion airport just before boarding, another one in Kiev upon arrival….

Sure, PCR tests are all a total crock and lie.

But, the point is that even according to the rules of Corona-Calvin-Ball, the people getting to Uman have been tested 3 times for Corona, and came out negative.

And the same cannot be said for FunJoya.


This is the ‘controllers’ last gasp, their last chance to really make all this coronafascism stick, which is why I think they are going to try something right before Rosh Hashana 5782 in Uman.

But this time, I don’t think God is going to let them do it.



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That is the question I’ve been asking myself for months, already.

Because if you read Rebbe Nachman, he tells you again and again and again stay away from all doctors, they are mamash the agents of death.

In fact, he puts it even more bluntly. Here’s just one of his direct comments on the subject (found in English in the book Tzaddik, page 191.)

On the subject of medicine and the importance of avoiding physicians completely, the Rebbe said that when a person has someone sick in his house, if someone came and told him to give the patient a blow with a big wooden club he would certainly be very shocked. Yet when one puts the patient in the hands of the doctor it is literally like handing him over to a murderer.

The doctor’s remedies are more harmful than the blow of a murderer.

Who would want to kill the patient with his own hands? Just because you have to do something to try and save the patient does that mean you should hand him over to a doctor? 

You might as well call someone to beat the patient to death.

Understand this.


Doctor-apologists within Breslov have always tried to claim that Rabbenu was only talking about the ‘primitive medicine’ in Eastern Europe at the time he was alive – shortly before vaccines had been discovered by Edward Jenner!!!

But I don’t buy that.

Rabbenu’s advice stands the test of time, and it’s not limited to time or place.

Dafka, he knew with ruach hakodesh what was going to occur all the way up to the coming of the Moshiach, so we’re meant to believe he was only talking about the early 1800s, when he said stay away from doctors and the medical profession?

I think not.

(It’s a separate point, but even before this Covid 19 scandal, iatrogenic illness – i.e. medical conditions caused by medical treatment and medicine itself – was the third highest cause of death in America. Take a look at the table below, from THIS website, which has a lot of referenced information, if you want to know more.)


So then, I always struggled greatly to understand why Rebbe Nachman appeared to totally disregard everything else he says about totally avoiding doctors, to encourage his followers to get their children vaccinated.

Here is a screenshot of the original Hebrew, which was sent to me by my friend C. who decided to research this a bit more after we were discussing it.


Here’s the translation:

Rabbenu HaKadosh said that each child needs to ‘stand up’ in the ‘pakin’ [Yiddish word, which apparently means vaccination] before they reach a quarter of a year (i.e. three months old)…[Yiddish phrase]… (And if not) he is like a spiller of blood.

Even if it’s a long way away from the city, and even if the travel has to occur in the time of the great cold [of winter], to stand up in the ‘pakin’, before a quarter of a year.


You see the problem?

How are we meant to square this above comment, supposedly from Rabbenu, with this statement that was definitely from Rabbenu:

[W]hen one puts the patient in the hands of the doctor it is literally like handing him over to a murderer.


Here’s what my friend had to say about it, after doing some research:

In regards to Rabbi Nachman and the smallpox vaccine;
I looked it up in Avaneha Barzel and one of the thing it says is that one should even travel in the time of the great cold in order to give the “vaccine” before the baby is 3 months.
I feel with everything Rabbenu really wanted his followers to do, he said several times in different ways and you can find it in different books.
But this vaccine thing is only found in Avaneha Barzel that was written after both Rabbenu and Rav Natan passed away.
I have a hard time imagining that Rabbenu would insist on a mother traveling in a horse and carriage with her 3 month old baby in the middle of the Ukrainian winter in order to give a vaccine.
Before the last year, I would never dream to question anything being put out in Rabbenu’s name.

But increasingly, I’m realising how the Jewish people’s holiest institutions and teachings have been infiltrated and compromised by people who are not holy.

And I’ve also learned that whatever is going on now, was also going on in the past, too.

So, if the forces of evil could put out a million forged and faked psakim from gedolim like R’ Chaim Kanievsky in broad daylight, in the ‘information age’, then for sure they could also have done that in the past, too, with gedolim like Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.

We already know with all the persecution of the Rav, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, that’s gone on within the Breslov community in Meah Shearim and elsewhere, that there are some very problematic individuals deeply embedded within Breslov, whose yichus goes way, way back to all those other interesting people and families I keep writing about here.


So, let’s try to figure this out a bit more.

Here’s how the Breslov Research Institute translates that passage, above, in Tzaddik (footnote 14 on page 192):

“One who does not innoculate his infant children against pakin, smallpox, it is as if he murdered them. Even if one lives distant from the city, even in the middle of winter in freezing weather, one must bring his infant child for the vaccination.”

So, now we learn that pakin is apparently the Yiddish word for smallpox, NOT the Yiddish word for ‘vaccination’.


Everything now turns on the correct meaning of this word:


According to Morfix, we get these meanings back for that word:

to place, to position; to place upright, to erect; to get someone to their feet

This is not at all the language associated with vaccinations and innoculations.


If we take away the ‘helpful’ explanations in square brackets that pushes the explanation towards vaccines, the plain language seems to say this:

Rabbenu HaKadosh said that each child needs to ‘stand up in / be placed in’  the ‘pakin’ (smallpox) before they reach a quarter of a year (i.e. three months old)…[Yiddish phrase]… (And if not) he is like a spiller of blood.

Even if it’s a long way away from the city, and even if the travel has to occur in the time of the great cold [of winter], to be placed in the ‘pakin’, before a quarter of a year.

Or in other words:

Go, take your child and make sure you expose him to smallpox before he reaches three months old, even if you have to travel a long way to do that, even if it’s the middle of the winter.


Suddenly, this starts to make way, way more sense, and to perfectly fit with Rabbenu’s other advice on totally avoiding doctors and medicines.

So now, we get to the next question (which I can’t answer – maybe someone out there can help me out.)

Who tampered with the text in Avenha Barzel to make it sound like Rabbenu was pushing vaccines, when he wasn’t talking about vaccinations at all?


And while we’re pondering that, and its implications for just how deep-rooted in tumah this whole ‘vaccine agenda’ really is, let’s take a closer look at Edward Jenner, the ‘inventor’ of the smallpox vaccine.

Here’s some more research from my friend, C.:

Guess who is the profile manager of Edward Jenner (founder of smallpox vaccine) on Geni…?

Our dear Yigal Burstein….
Also it turns out that Edward Jenner was a Freemason and he reached the level of Master Mason.
In addition in this article it says that the lodge he was Master of was regularly visited by the Prince of Wales – the future George IV
More articles showing he was a Mason:
If you are new to this blog, you probably don’t know that Yigal Burstein is one of the ‘professional disinformation artists’ on geni, who ‘manages’ (also spelled D-I-S-T-O-R-T-S) a great many of the profiles of important people in Jewish history, including the Alter Rebbe of Chabad.

What possible link does Yigal Burstein, resident of Israel, have with Edward Jenner, non-Jewish, English ‘inventor’ of smallpox vaccines?

And while you are chewing that over, here’s some other interesting information to throw into the mix.


The whole narrative about the smallpox vaccine that we’ve been taught doesn’t make sense, when you go back and piece together the actual information.

You and I were taught that English Physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823)  ‘invented’ the smallpox vaccine.

But even a cursory look at a few Wikipedia pages starts to throw this whole story on its head.

Here’s some snippets, first from Jenner’s page:

[In the early 1700s….] Inoculation was already pioneered in Asian and African medicine and was a standard practice but involved serious risks, one of which was the fear that those inoculated would then transfer the disease to those around them due to their becoming carriers of the disease.

In 1721, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu had imported variolation to Britain after having observed it in Constantinople. While Johnnie Notions had great success with his self-devised inoculation (and was reputed not to have lost a single patient), his method’s practice was limited to the Shetland Isles.

Voltaire wrote that at this time 60% of the population caught smallpox and 20% of the population died of it. Voltaire also states that the Circassians used the inoculation from times immemorial, and the custom may have been borrowed by the Turks from the Circassians….

 In the years following 1770, at least five investigators in England and Germany (Sevel, Jensen, Jesty 1774, Rendell, Plett 1791) successfully tested in humans a cowpox vaccine against smallpox…. but it was not until Jenner’s work that the procedure became widely understood.


In other words… Edward Jenner invented precisely nothing, but somehow got all the credit for his ‘smallpox vaccine’.

Once again, we see how ‘Master Masons’ are strangely catapulted to the top of the pile, and get all the good PR and undeserved credit.

But even stranger, is what apparently happens next (still from Jenner’s Wikipedia page HERE):

[I]n 1840, the British government banned variolation – the use of smallpox to induce immunity – and provided vaccination using cowpox free of charge (seeVaccination Act).

The success of his discovery soon spread around Europe and was used en masse in the Spanish Balmis Expedition (1803–1806), a three-year-long mission to the Americas, the Philippines, Macao, China, led by Francisco Javier de Balmiswith the aim of giving thousands the smallpox vaccine….

Napoleon, who at the time was at war with Britain, had all his French troops vaccinated, awarded Jenner a medal, and at the request of Jenner, he released two English prisoners of war and permitted their return home. Napoleon remarked he could not “refuse anything to one of the greatest benefactors of mankind”.


Er, if someone you were at war with offered your troops an ‘experimental medicine against smallpox’, I doubt you’d take them up on the offer, much less give them a medal and start singing their praises.

Napoleon, like Jenner, was a leading Freemason.

And yet again, we seem to have tripped over a piece of that ‘real history’ that they have tried so very hard to keep hidden from us the last 200 years, but which is now awkwardly poking into sight.


Here’s a quick snippet about that ultra-creepy worldwide ‘vaccination campaign’ from 1803 (is any of this sounding familiar?):

The Balmis Expedition, officially called the Real Expedición Filantrópica de la Vacuna (Royal Philanthropic Vaccine Expedition) was a Spanish healthcare mission that lasted from 1803 to 1806, led by Dr Francisco Javier de Balmis, which vaccinated millions of inhabitants of Spanish America and Asia against smallpox.


Francisco de Balmis bears all the hallmarks of yet another crypto-Jew, and I suspect he was also part of some secret society fraternity.

But as I’m writing this as I go, we’ll park him for now, and maybe come back to this another time.

The point is – in the early 1800s, the world’s royalty and leading freemasons suddenly decided that ‘vaccinating’ the population against smallpox was a big priority for them all, and all worked together across their territories, and the world at large, to make that happen.

I cant help but find that extremely strange.


Here’s the last thing for now, as this is becoming a monster post again.

Marie Antoinette’s mother was a woman called Maria Theresa, (1717-1780), ruler of Austria, Hungary, Bohemia, Galicia and quite a few other places, besides.

Maria Theresa keeps popping up in my research of ‘Real Jewish History’, and she has a Jewish courtier that I’m finding it very hard to track down in real time, who also keep figuring large in my research, by the name of Abraham Mendel Theben.


Abraham is the son of a prominent Jewish leader called Menachem Mendel; and the father of another mysterious Jewish leader called Jacob Mendel Theben, and his daughter marries the son of none other than Jonathan Eybshutz.

Other children also marry into other interesting families, including the Oppenheimers, Wertheimers, (Frankist…) Beers and Mandels.

But strangely, I can find next to no information about him, or his family, which gives me a big red flag that something big is being hidden here.


Anyway, point is for this post that the Austrian monarch Maria Theresa was also really big on ‘innoculations’ and ‘vaccinations’ – and again, all this is happening 30 years before Master Mason Edward Jenner is meant to have ‘invented the smallpox vaccine.’

Snippet from Wikipedia:

After the smallpox epidemic of 1767, [Maria Theresa] promoted inoculation, which she had learned of through her correspondence with Maria Antonia, the Electress of Saxony (who in turn probably knew of it through her own correspondence with the Prussian king Frederick II).

After unsuccessfully inviting the Sutton brothers from England to introduce their technique in Austria, Maria Theresa obtained information on current practices of smallpox inoculation in England.

She overrode the objections of Gerard van Swieten (who doubted the effectiveness of the technique), and ordered that it be tried on thirty-four newborn orphans and sixty-seven orphans between the ages of five and fourteen years.


The trial was successful, establishing that inoculation was effective in protecting against smallpox, and safe (in the case of the test subjects).

The empress therefore ordered the construction of an inoculation centre, and had herself and two of her children inoculated. She promoted inoculation in Austria by hosting a dinner for the first sixty-five inoculated children in Schönbrunn Palace, waiting on the children herself.

Maria Theresa was responsible for changing Austrian physicians’ negative view of inoculation.


So, lots of lots of historical ‘vaccine’ weirdness, with ‘smallpox’ playing the part of our modern ‘Covid 19’, as the excuse for leaders, royalty and freemasons to ‘force vaxx’ their populations.

There are a lot of angles to this that really aren’t making sense according to the history we’ve all been taught.

Like, why would it take 250 years to ‘eradicate smallpox’ if successful vaccines were already being pioneered all over the place at the beginning of the 1500s, already?

Inoculation for smallpox appears to have started in China around the 1500s.Europe adopted this practice from Asia in the first half of the 18th century. In 1796 Edward Jenner introduced the modern smallpox vaccine.

In 1967, the WHO intensified efforts to eliminate the disease.


Man, I’m having a serious sense of deja vu.

We’ve been here before, it seems, with global pandemics and ‘worldwide vaccination projects’ enthusiastically endorsed by the world’s elites, that begin in China and end with the WHO.

But one thing is sure:

Rabbenu’s advice to stay away from doctors and medicines still holds true.

And he never told people to go and get their children ‘vaccinated’.



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Yesterday night, my daughter got back from Uman.

To cut a long story short, a month ago, my then 17 year old daughter told me she was going to Uman with a friend.

My heart dropped to my stomach.

You can’t go abroad now, it’s crazy! They are ‘PCR testing’ everyone everywhere, and it’s just so unstable. They could close the airport any day! It’s just not safe!

Of course, she ignored me.


But then I thought I’d won a temporary reprieve, because her passport was out of date, and the first appointment she could get to renew it was only in September.

Aha, thanks God! Now, she’s not going anywhere!

But as usual, I was wrong about that.


Two weeks’ ago, out of the blue, she announced that as soon as she turned 18, she was going go Uman.

You haven’t got a passport, you can’t.

I’m going to renew it at the airport, she told me.

You haven’t got enough money to pay for the ticket.

I’m going to find someone to lend it to me.

It’s dangerous, you can’t go anywhere now…. I pleaded.

Ima! You can’t spend your whole life living in fear! Do you know how many of my friends are in Uman right now, and you are the only retarded person that thinks it’s dangerous!


(I’m pretty sure I’m not, but I digress.)

For 2 days at the beginning of last week, I had a massive fight within myself, to support my daughter in her choice to go Uman.

Because she really couldn’t have done it without me.

I shlepped her around to get the PCR tests; I found her the flights; I took her to the airport and sat with her to renew her passport. My husband, bless him, paid for the ticket and a few other bits.

And the whole time, I was sitting there thinking about worse case scenarios, of what could happen in Uman.


One of those nights, I was tossing and turning in bed, when a small voice piped up and told me:

You just have to let this go. Totally.

You have to bitul all these fears, let it go, and just trust Hashem that whatever needs to happen – good or bad – it’s all for the ultimate best.

So I did.

And I trusted that even if my kid got stuck in Ukraine for weeks; even if something ‘bad’ happened, God forbid; even if it didn’t turn out OK – this was God’s plan, and my job was to take a deep breath and accept that I am not in control.

Dear reader, it nearly killed me.


In the end, she had a great time.

She found somewhere to stay.

She navigated all the Covid bureaucracy and PCR tests that still give me nightmares.

And yesterday night, she came back to Israel and brought a big dose of ‘Rabbenu light’ with her.


She tells me she thinks there are 25,000 Jews in Uman right now, and more are coming all the time.

She tells me people there are preparing for the biggest Rosh Hashana ever, as so many people are trying to make up for not being there last year.

She tells me some people are worrying about ‘the Freemasons’ trying to pull something off in Uman, the way they did in Meron – but not a lot.

She also told me that the Ukrainian PCR swabber at the airport in Kiev basically told her that all the tests ‘were going to come out negative’, so she had nothing to worry about….

There’s so much achdus in Uman, Ima, it was to good to be there and to just walk down the street, and to see how everyone is talking to each other and just trying to help each other. It really made me feel so happy to be a Jew. I wish it was more like that in Israel, too…


I dropped her at home at 4 in the morning, and decided to go to the Kotel.

I haven’t been there for a few weeks, because I got stressed out when all the masks and coronafascism roared back again in Israel.

There’s a big sign there now that says that because of ‘Tav Yarok’ regulations, you have to wear a mask (outside!!) and can only come in if you are vaccinated, if there are more than a 100 people there.

Even just seeing those signs upsets me tremendously, but at 4am, I figured no-one is really enforcing anything.

And they weren’t.


So I sat there, and just cried a bit.

I cried about how heavy all this stuff seems to be, especially in Israel, especially in Jerusalem.

And I cried about not being able to go to Uman at the moment. And all the mental ‘hassle’ and stress involved with doing even small things, like going to the garden centre.

And I just sat there feeling so small and mentally exhausted.


All year, I’ve been dealing with the ‘sewage in the pipes’ underneath Am Yisrael, and it’s really taken a toll.

I want to be able to see the good again, to focus on the positive, to go back to Azamra.

And at the same time, I feel I have this awful, heavy job to do, to keep lifting up stones and see what crawls out, ahead of geula and Moshiach really happening.

I’m feeling very conflicted, honestly.


There is no neat ending to this post.

I really hope and pray that nothing bad is going to happen to any good Jew, anywhere in the world, and especially the thousands of people going to Uman.

We so need the light of Rabbenu.

We so need the light of the Rav.

And I hope we get it, very soon.


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I just got sent this very important message about travelling to Uman this year.


This comes directly from someone within Shuvu Banim, who is in touch with the Rav, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, and who I know personally.

That person gave this message over via the Shuvu Banim WhatsApp group today:

We had heard that Rav Berland said that on Tet Vav Elul he would give instructions about Uman for this year.

I asked Rabbi B. if the Rav had said anything yet. He did. Here is our message from R’ B.:

> I asked R’ B. about the Rav’s previously unclear instructions about Uman. The rumors we have been talking about, etc. Here is his reply: [It’s an audio recording – which I’ve got, but I don’t know if I have permission to put it up on my website. I’m double-checking.}

To summarize the most important message from Rav Berland:

If you have tickets that left this morning or earlier, you may still go.

Otherwise, cancel your travel plans and come to Yerushalayim instead and make the kibbitz with Shuvu Banim at the Rav’s shul.


‘This morning’ means today, Monday August 23, 2021.

If you didn’t already fly out, if you aren’t already on the way to the airport – cancel your tickets for Uman this year.


As I already wrote about HERE, this is not fearmongering.

This is simply listening to the Gadol HaDor, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, who gave over two messages before this one saying:

  1. Don’t go to Uman.
  2. If you go to Uman, make sure that you go 2 weeks before Rosh Hashana.

Rosh Hashana 5782 begins in 2 weeks times, this Monday night.


BH, God will keep every precious pilgrim to Uman this year safe, whatever is going on.

I have relatives there right now, and they told me there are already at least 15,000 people there at the moment (as of 2 days ago) and with more arriving all the time.

Many of those people will presumably be travelling back home before Rosh Hashana, but there is definitely going to be a bigger gathering in Uman this year than last year, even if no-one else flies out now.


So, that’s the message from the Rav.

If you didn’t already go as of this Monday morning, 23rd August 2021, cancel your plans, and come to Jerusalem instead.

May we only hear good news.



According to my relative in Uman, there is an unconfirmed rumor there at the moment that ‘something’ is going down this Sunday.

What I’ve been told is that people think the authorities will shut the airport to people who aren’t vaccinated this Sunday, but it could also be something else.

My personal feeling is that the State of Israel is going to try to take a plane down, God forbid a million times.

I think this was the ‘trial run’:

The point of putting all this ‘out there’ is NOT fearmongering, it’s to open the public’s eyes that ‘disasters’ such as happened in Meron this year are carefully planned by the government and the security forces under their control.

They aren’t accidents.


I listened to the WhatsApp message with more details now, and the person giving over the message from the Rav is saying you don’t have to come back from Uman if you are already there.

But if you are in Israel, you should stay in Israel for Rosh Hashana this year.

I don’t know about if you are outside of Israel.


BH, may we only hear good news.



I just got sent another message, that the Rav put out another message – after the original letter that was written, described above – to say that you can go to Uman if you want to.

The person giving over the message said this second, contradictory statement was made by the Rav after a lot of pressure from certain people.

But the point is this:


And this way, the Rav is safe-guarding everyone’s free choice, for them to do their own hitbodedut and to see what their own heart is telling them.


I will just tell you one story, and then I’m leaving this alone for you to make your own decision.

In Uman one year, I was rooming with a girl who was engaged, but was having a lot of doubts about whether to go ahead with the marriage.

She decided to ask the Rav, and the Rav told her to call the marriage off.

She didn’t like that answer, so she went back to ask the Rav again, and the Rav told her that if she really loved the man, she should get married by a certain date.

So, she got married by that certain date.

Next year, I saw her again in Uman.

She was divorced – they split up 2 months after the wedding.


I learnt a lot from this situation.

I learnt that the Rav is careful to maintain people’s free choice, and that you can’t use him as a ‘short cut’ that means you don’t need to do your own soul-searching and birur.

That’s part of the Breslov path, that our true leaders are very careful to not issue commands, but only advice, that a person can choose to follow or not.

So, make your own decisions, come to your own conclusions, do your own soul-searching.

That by itself is very dear to Hashem, and is doing so much in the world.


And wherever you end up this Rosh Hashana, BH, may God bless you with a happy, holy, healthy, fulfilled and ‘free’ 5782.



A reader, D., just sent me this:

“Iran” to shoot down plane with Jews going to Uman?

I have the feeling something is being sweetened right now.


And also THIS caught my eye, from the Arutz 7 site from yesterday:


I read that, and it immediately reminded me of the ‘warning’ the Health Ministry gave out just before the murders in Meron, that anyone who went their ‘blood will be on their own heads’.

BH, all this is being sweetened!!!

But open your eyes, and see what’s going on here.

Because I’m having a strange feeling of deja vu.


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You remember, I was in Uman this time last year.

***Updates below on how Bet Shemesh is bribing school principles to vaccinate their pupils***

We had the most crazy trip of our life, as we tried to get into Uman ahead of the State of Israel inspired ‘cut off point’ for travel to the Ukraine, that kept getting pulled back earlier and earlier.

My husband, the lawyer, checked the small print of the last ‘cut off point’ for travel to Uman, and long story short, it was 12 am Friday night.

Early Wednesday morning, me and my family took our various flights all over Europe – because Israel had already stopped direct flights to Ukraine – to get into Ukraine legally, ahead of the 12am deadline.

Long story short: The Israeli government illegally pressured the Ukrainians to illegally stop all frum Jews at the airport – and me and my kids nearly got stuck in Giuliani airport in Kiev for a week with no food.

The point is: the Israeli government changed the rules while we were in mid-air.


By some miracle, we got out 10 minutes before Shabbat.

And last year, I spent 3 1/2 weeks in Uman, including over Rosh Hashana, seeing first-hand how the Israeli government pulled every move they could to prevent people from coming, and also tried to stop them from praying at the kever when they did come.

This is the video of the 2.000 thousands Jews who got trapped on the Belarus border with Ukraine, for 20 days ahead of Rosh Hashana.


NO MORE THAN 2000 people were in Uman last Rosh Hashana.

I know that, because I was there.

And you know that, because I was live-blogging a lot of it over on the site, because CO-IN-CID-ENT-ALLY my blog got hacked while I was in Uman.

Here’s a couple of those posts:

The Shocking Truth Behind the Humanitarian Disaster at the Ukrainian Borders

Remember This


The authorities were hoping for a huge ‘wave’ of sick, Coronavirus people to come back from Uman, that they could point to as proof that us dirty, infectious, religious Jews were spreading death all over the world.

(Probably, because they were spraying the area around kever with graphene nano-dust 24/7 and turning up the 5G…)

But they didn’t get it.

Maximum, there were 13 reports of Coronavirus-infected pilgrims from Uman.

I know that, because I was there, and I was live-blogging all the lies being told.


After what the State of Israel did in Meron this year – deliberately blocking the one exit out of Toldos Aharon so that 45 people suffocated to death – I’ve been really worried they were going to try and pull something like that in Uman, too.

Let me put it out there now:

God forbid anything should happen at all, but if anything ‘bad’ happens in Uman this year, know that it was 100% planned and designed by the State of Israel.

There are no coincidents, no accidents, just a bunch of Frankist-Freemason psychopaths mamash trying to kill people – and especially religious Jews. And especially, Breslov-connected religious Jews.


Why this matters, is because my husband has just bought a ticket to Uman, even though we both thought he wouldn’t go this year, as it’s just too fraught.

I don’t know if that means he really IS going – who knows what other tricks the State of Israel is going to try to pull off, against the pilgrimage on Rosh Hashana – but it means it’s at least possible.

So now, I’m paying more attention to the lies the State of Israel is telling about Uman, and Breslovers, again, which is why this caught my attention, on the Jpropaganda site:

Covid cabinet to review Uman travel outline on Sunday



“Last year, when coronavirus was was surging across the country and former coronavirus commissioner Prof. Ronni Gamzu said that allowing Israelis to travel to Uman in the Ukraine on Rosh Hashanah could lead to a spike in infections and they should not go, former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu caved to pressure from the haredim and said he would ensure that at least some of these Israelis could gather at the grave of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov.

Ultimately, some 30,000 pilgrims traveled to Uman, bringing plane loads of sick people back to Israel – most of whom then defied mandatory quarantine requirements, spreading the disease in their own communities and then to the rest of the country.”


I’m starting to think maybe some of the descendants of Joseph Goebbels ended up in Israel, and are now employed writing press releases for the government.

I mean, how Der Sturmer can you get?!

And I’m flagging this now, because I want you to understand the scope of the lies being told.

And I want you to understand that there is an underlying agenda to demonise people in Uman as ‘disease spreaders’ – which began last year, but failed miserably – as the prelude to whatever they are planning to do to the people who go for Rosh Hashana this year.



Sometimes the lies and the evil of this Frankist-Freemason government, and all it’s agents working for it within all of our communities, is overwhelming.

Those fake ‘leaders’ of ours keep us all separate, all divided up into camps called ‘Litvak’ and ‘Chassidishe’ and ‘Dati Leumi’ and ‘Chiloni’ and ‘Mizrachi’ and ‘Chabad’ and yes, even ‘Breslov’ – to keep us from joining together, and defeating them.

But that’s the secret koach of Rabbenu, and Rosh Hashana in Uman.

Yes, a bunch of people there self-define as ‘Breslov’, mamash.

But a whole bunch of people don’t.

Rabbenu brings the whole of Am Yisrael together – and whenever you go, you find every stream of Judaism there, religious and not religious, Sephardi and Ashkenazi, and all just accepting each other happily.

And that’s why they are trying to destroy Uman, Rosh Hashana.

And you find the same thing by the Rav, in his wider kehilla.

And that’s why they are trying to destroy him, too.


Our unity, our achdus, the togetherness of the small people with no yichus, no titles and no positions of leadership is what can get this to turn around for the good.

This problem we have is everyone’s problem.

The Israeli government is going to try to pull a ‘stunt’ in Uman, and they will try to blame whatever happens on the pilgrims that went to Rabbenu this year – exactly the same as they tried to do in Meron.

Don’t fall for it!

Keep your eyes open, and even if you aren’t ‘Breslov’, don’t get pulled into pointing fingers at the people who go there, and buying the lies that they are somehow ‘spreading Covid’, and deserve to shoved in a disinfection camp and ‘force vaxxed’ as a public health measure.

We are dealing with fascism here, mamash.


Let me end with this, that I was sent anonymously over email.

It apparently shows the principality of Beit Shemesh openly bribing school administrators to coerce pupils to get vaccinated.

Read it, and make up your own minds.

(And if anyone can send me that flyer with ‘the words of the great men of Israel’ who are being quoted as supporting this campaign, please do so. It’s good to keep all this information in one place.)

We are all in this together, against a small group of yucky people who have hijacked our religion, our communities, our Torah.

And when we finally figure that out, all this evil will finally fall.


Subject: COVID vaccination program in schools in Israel. Letter to school administrators.

Message: This is a letter to school administrators that a school appears to have sent accidentally to parents. Translated here to English. The letter promises financial prizes to administrators that meet quotas. Side note, the letter says that religious leaders support the program. This is untrue. Some do and some don’t. 


Hello everyone,

My name is Ari Hamanik, I manage the vaccination project in the educational institutions on behalf of the Beit Shemesh Municipality. For the benefit of those who were not at the zoom meeting this morning, here are the main points:

At the initiative of Mayor Dr. Aliza Bloch, the Beit Shemesh Municipality is launching a first-of-its-kind vaccination campaign in Israel that will vaccinate male and female students within educational institutions, with the backing of all relevant government ministries – health, education, defense and the Prime Minister’s Office.

It is important to emphasize that the operation is taking place thanks to the encouragement and support of all the religious leaders of Israel – Lithuanians, Sephardim and Hasidim alike – for vaccinating young people aged 12-18. Attached is a flyer with the words of the great men of Israel, which you can pass on to your parents.

Also attached is a letter that you will send to the students ‘parents with a basic explanation of the project, at the end of the letter there is an appendix that the parent returns signed with the student’s name, ID number and parent’ Before the medical staff, there is no need to attach an ID number.

You are asked to encourage, support and persuade the parents in every way possible to allow the children to be vaccinated, firstly to maintain their health, and secondly to allow a normal school routine even in the case of a child who is found to be verified.


The other stage in the project is a financial incentive that will be given to any director of an educational institution that meets the goals that will be set.

The exact details will be given to you later, but in general it is a differential reward depending on meeting the pre-defined vaccination goals.

As mentioned, in the first stage you will contact the parents today to start the project, we will contact you and coordinate the arrival time of the vaccine mobile to the institution, and in God willing we will complete the task for the best.

If there is an institution that is interested and can start as early as next week, feel free to update me and we will coordinate it.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a successful start to the school year, in the hope that everything will go well and that we will be able to maintain as routine a routine as possible.


שלום לכולן,

שמי ארי המניק, אני מנהל את פרויקט החיסונים במוסדות החינוך מטעם עיריית בית שמש. לטובת אלו שלא היו הבוקר בפגישת הזום, להלן עיקרי הדברים:

ביוזמת ראש העיר ד”ר עליזה בלוך, עיריית בית שמש יוצאת במבצע חיסונים ראשון מסוגו בארץ שיחסן תלמידים ותלמידות בתוך מוסדות החינוך, כמובן בגיבוי של כל משרדי הממשלה הרלוונטיים – הבריאות, החינוך, הביטחון ומשרד רה”מ.

חשוב להדגיש שהמבצע מתקיים בזכות עידודם ותמיכתם של כל גדולי ישראל – הליטאים, הספרדים והחסידים כאחד – לחיסון צעירים בגילי 12-18. מצ”ב פלייר עם דבריהם של גדולי ישראל שאותו תוכלו להעביר להורים.

כמו כן, מצ”ב מכתב שאותו תשלחו להורי התלמידים ובו הסבר בסיסי על הפרויקט, בסופו של המכתב מופיע נספח שאותו ההורה מחזיר חתום עם שם התלמיד, מספר ת.ז וחתימת הורים. הזיהוי של הילד בשטח יתבצע באמצעות גורם מטעם בית הספר שיזהה את התלמידים בפני צוותי הרפואה, אין צורך לצרף ספח ת.ז.

הנכם מתבקשים לעודד, לתמוך ולשכנע בכל דרך אפשרית את ההורים לאפשר לילדים להתחסן, ראשית כדי לשמור על בריאותם, ושנית כדי לאפשר שגרת לימודים תקינה גם במקרה של ילד שמתגלה כמאומת ח”ו.

השלב הנוסף בפרויקט, הוא תמרוץ כספי שיקבל כל מנהל מוסד חינוכי שיעמוד ביעדים שיוגדרו. הפרטים המדויקים יועברו אליכם בהמשך, אבל באופן כללי מדובר על תגמול דיפרנציאלי בהתאם לעמידה ביעדי החיסון שיוגדרו מראש.

כאמור, בשלב הראשון תפנו כבר היום להורים בכדי להתחיל ולהניע את הפרויקט, אנחנו ניצור אתכם קשר ונתאם מועד הגעה של ניידת החיסונים למוסד, ובעז”ה נשלים את המשימה על הצד הטוב ביותר.

במידה ויש מוסד שמעוניין ויכול להתחיל כבר בתחילת השבוע הבא, מוזמנים לעדכן אותי ונתאם זאת.

בהזדמנות זו אאחל בהצלחה בפתיחת שנת הלימודים, בתקווה שהכל ילך כשורה ונוכל לשמור על שגרה ברוכה ככל הניתן.


UPDATE: Thanks to M, for sending me the flyer that goes with it.

I have to say, it makes for pretty disappointing and depressing reading.

I’m really saddened to see R’ Badani and R’ Abuchatzeira, amongst others, putting their name to this. Man, this birur is becoming more and more brutal with each day that passes.

Here’s the PDF, and below that, a screenshot.

גדו״י חיסוני צעירים


Here is the Twitter account for Ari Homnick, the guy who is running this propaganda project in Bet Shemesh on behalf of the government.


Notice that he describes himself as a ‘media advisor’ and works for the frum radion station KolBerama.

(See? All the media essentially boils down to paid Government propaganda, including in the ‘religious’ world.)

Here’s his latest tweet.

Free translation:

Finally, finally, we are starting to vaccinate within educational institutions. A student of Kita Zayin in the Beis Yaakov  school in Bet Shemesh is the first to get the Corona shot within the school, according to an order issued yesterday by the Ministry of Health.

Man, this is totally nauseating.




I went to check out the Twitter page of the other ‘religious’ journalist, retweeted by Homnick, Yair Cherky.

Here is his top tweet:


Free translation:

The Director General of the Ministry of Education, Yigal Slovik, came with MK Moshe Gafni to Rabbi Kanievski’s house in Bnei Brak.

The CEO presented the curriculum for the coming year that includes serological testing, antigen testing and vaccination for students over the age of 12.

The Rabbi’s household said he gave his blessing to the move and instructed that the outline be kept as if it was his own.


On the Habayitah blog HERE, she just posted up a link to Chananya Weissman’s Rumble channel HERE, where he’s posted a 5 minute audio video in Hebrew, apparently from R’ Kanievsky’s daughter.

The daughter is saying that when he was first told about the ‘vaccine’, he came out very strongly against it, and said that no-one should take it under any circumstances.


It’s at least possible that R’ Kanievsky has been ‘hijacked’ by corrupt elements within his own household.

It’s at least possible, that he’s being held hostage about this issue in some way, and that’s why he’s apparently reversed his opinion on the Covid shots so spectacularly.

But the point is this:

There is no shortcut for thinking for yourself, and praying to God to give you clarity about what is going on.

And in the meantime, the war against our children rages on….



I went to check out that ‘Yigal Slovik’, the CEO of the Ministry of Education who was at R’ Kanievsky.

He’s a Brigadier General (Reserve) in the IDF.

This from Hebrew Wikipedia:

In 2020, Slovic will serve as head of the Counter-Terrorism Division at the National Security Headquarters of the Prime Minister’s office.

In June 2021, the Minister of Education, Yifat Shasha-Biton, announced her intention to appoint him Director General of the Ministry of Education. He took office on July 4 of that year.

Ask yourself, why do you need a Brigadier General who was working as the head of Counter-Terrorism at Israel’s National Security Headquarters to take a job running the Education Ministry – exactly a month before all this ‘force vaxxing’ of schoolchildren begins?

Do you have a good feeling about all this, because I dont.


If you’ll say that Yifat Shasha-Biton is ‘fighting for our kids’, I’ll say she is controlled opposition.

When I was checking out the Wolf Foundation, from yesterday’s post on Charles Lieber and the SYRINGE-INJECTIBLE MESH ELECTRONICS,  I noticed who is in charge of that Foundation at the moment:


And you see that guy to her right, Professor Dan Shectman?

I had a whole research project on him a few weeks ago, when I was looking into the tech that was used as part of the Twin Towers destruction.

It’s a post for another time, but he discovered ‘quasi-crystals’, and it’s all connected to stealth technology, directed energy weapons, and very possibly, what’s going on with 5G and ‘Covid’, too.

Yet again, we see what a very small world it is.


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I went to learn a little more about RIETS.

Following on from THIS piece, where we learned that one of the RIETS kollels is being funded by money from a man who made his millions by clandestinely selling Israeli guns to terrorist organisations in Latin America (amongst others….); while another kollel is being funded by a man who was so close to child trafficking pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, he gave him his very expensive house for free….


I decided that I should take another look at that august institution known as The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University, or RIETS for short.


HERE on their mission and history page, I found this:

Long story short… the graduates from RIETS are basically running all the bits of ‘frum America’ that aren’t being run by Chabad.

They have a very long reach.

So now, who actually set this institution up?

And who are they connected to?


The RIETS site lists a great many big names, but the one stands out as the ‘the Rav’ of RIETS is Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchikthe lonely man of faith.

I didn’t know this until I went to check, but R’ Soloveitchik’s grand-father is none other than Rabbi Chaim of Brisk.

In fact, he has quite the super-duper yichus. 

This comes from Wikipedia:

Joseph Ber Soloveitchik was born on February 27, 1903, in Pruzhany, Imperial Russia (later Poland, now Belarus). He came from a rabbinical dynasty dating back some 200 years: His paternal grandfather was Chaim Soloveitchik, and his great-grandfather and namesake was Yosef Dov Soloveitchik, the Beis HaLevi.

His great-great-grandfather was Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin (The Netziv), and his great-great-great-great grandfather was Chaim Volozhin.

His father, Moshe Soloveichik (note different spelling of last name), preceded him as head of the RIETS rabbinical school at Yeshiva University.

On his maternal line, Soloveitchik was a grandson of Eliyahu Feinstein and his wife Guta Feinstein, née Davidovitch, who, in turn, was a descendant of a long line of Kapulyan rabbis, and of the Tosafot Yom Tov, the Shelah, the Maharshal, and Rashi.


Astute readers will notice that many of these names have already popped up before on the blog, in less than flattering circumstances.

We covered the Tosfot Yom Tov HERE; we mentioned Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin – the illustrious ancestor of Shimon Peres – HERE; and we didn’t get to the NETZIV yet, because I only have two hands. But we will….

(BTW, did I mention that Israeli politician Yair Lapid is also a descendent of the Shelah? Nope? My bad….)


The thesis we’re developing here, in case you forgot, is that a very small, tiny group of people effectively hijacked leadership of the Jewish world somewhere between 2-400 years ago.

They are all related to each other.

They can be found in leadership positions on all sides of the Israel / Chul; secular / religious; Litvak / Chassidishe divide.

And the families they come from are interesting for all the wrong reasons.

With that in mind, let’s go take a look at how RIETS fits into this picture.


HERE‘s the geni entry for Rav Yosef Dov Soloveitchik, the Beis HaLevi – the lonely man of faith’s great-grandfather.


Let me screenshot a few of the other ‘illustrious’ people to be found in his immediate family tree:

As to expected, here’s the Brisker Rav and sons:


Here we see that the Soloveitchik’s are directly linked to some of the founders of Neturei Karta, R’ Aharon Katzenellenbogen and Moshe Hirsh.

And on the right we have R’ Menachem Shlomo Bornstein, the 5th Rebbe of Sochaczewer-Radomsk.


Here we have R’ Eliezer Rivlin and his descendent Rubi Rivlin, the former President of Israel, popping up as close relatives in the Soloveitchik family tree.


Let’s see how Rav Eliezer Rivlin connects up with Hillel Rivlin of Shklov, who in turn is the son of Binyamin Rivlin of Shklov (the Gabia Kesef) – aka Benjamin Broda, the ‘secret Frankist Rebbe’ who stayed within the Jewish community, and married one of Jacob Frank’s daughters named Rachel Mayer.

Eliyahu Rivlin is R’ Eliezer Rivlin’s great-granddad.



Elyahu Rivlin’s father is Hillel of Shklov.

His dad is Benjamin Broda, husband of Rachel Mayer, the daughter of Jacob Frank(el).

Are you starting to see, how this extended family with strong Frankist connections has mamash taken over so many parts of the Jewish world?

(I just tripped over some more info here, which will take me a few days to process and share…)

So in the meantime, let me end with this.


Eliezer Rivlin’s brother, Moshe Dov, marries one Moshka Metel Cheshin.

That name is interesting to me, because two of the three main persecutors of the Rav, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, within the Breslov community of Meah Shearim have that surname.

(You remember, all those guys who were projecting stuff onto the Rav about being a ‘false messiah’ and another ‘Shabtai Tzvi’?)

Whaddya know.

They are closely related.

I’m finding the Rav’s main persecutors in the same tree as Ruvi Rivlin, last President of Israel, a bunch of known Frankists, and a large group of ‘students of the Vilna Gaon who moved to Israel’.

What a massive CO-INC-IDE-NCE.


But there’s more.

Take a look at who another ‘Cheshin’ relative is married to:



It’s a lady called Gittel Fundaminsky.

She’s descended from the Alter Rebbe’s Catholic son, Moshe Schneuri.


See, how the Rivlins and the ‘Schneuris’ married each other?

Then they had a ‘Rachel Schneuri’ who married a ‘Moshe Tzvi Fundaminsky’ – and their kid Gittle is directly related to the nutsos who have been persecuting the Rav for the last decade.


And in case you think those links between the leading lights of the secular State of Israel and the nutsos who have been working with the State of Israel to persecute the Rav over the last few years is old news, here’s another Cheshin relative:

The late Supreme Court Judge Mishael Cheshin.

You can read him being ‘eulogised’ by his friend (and relative…) President Reuven Rivlin, HERE.


Cheshin was the son of Shneur Zalman Cheshin, one of the five first justices of the Israeli Supreme Court after the state’s founding. He was a legal scholar who served as deputy attorney general before his 1996 appointment to the Supreme Court.


So, to keep all this straight:

The Meah Shearim psychos who have been persecuting the Rav for not having the right yichus, and for bringing all these baal teshuvas into Breslov, and for being a ‘wannabe Shabtai Tzvi’ – are themselves directly connected to the small group of families with Frankist-Freemason tendencies at the heart of the secular State of Israel.

Once we know this, it increasingly appears as though they were carrying out their vendetta against the Rav in their capacity as the employees of the family business known as the State of Israel.

Think about that for a moment, while we continue.


Remember him?

And how he’s connected to Bolsheviks, Zeitlins and Kletzker / Tumarkins?

He’s probably also connected in to this whole hot mess too.

It’s a small world, isn’t it?


I could go on and on with this.

I just stumbled over some more info about R’ Chaim of Volozhin’s extended family connections, which no doubt I will share with you soon.

But the point is, R’ Joseph Soloveitchik really wasn’t such a lonely man after all.

His family was literally running all parts of the Jewish world both in Israel and the Diaspora.

And they still are.


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