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Yesterday afternoon, it got very gusty in Jerusalem.

It’s the kind of wind that signals that something ‘big’ spiritually is going on, and it blew and blew for hours.

I walked down to prayers by the Rav (first time I’d walked down in months and months and months), and I was actually a little cold, even.

The Rav came out half an hour late – and with tremendous koach.

Immediately, everyone in the crowd started clapping and jumping up and down, as part of Rebbe Nachman’s trusted techniques to ‘sweeten’ the harsh judgements.

When I’ve seen that in the past, it’s always been connected to something that the Rav is trying to ‘sweeten’, spiritually.

So, I stood there and jumped and clapped for 10 minutes straight – and then I had to leave to get something to eat with my husband.

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I got home, and a friend called me to do a pidyon nefesh for her on the RavBerland site.

As is happening so very much, the women generally have a much greater intuitive grasp of who the real holy people are, while so many of the men are still sucking up the negative news stories, and working with their ‘logic’ – that is sending them in totally the wrong direction, when it comes to figuring out who the Tzaddik HaDor really is.

So, my friend has to do ‘secret’ pidyonot, where she sends me the money so her husband won’t know it’s going to the ‘cult’ of Shuvu Banim.

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So at 10:30pm, I turned the PC back on – and that’s when I saw the government has apparently, finally collapsed.

Yair Lapid will be our new PM from next week, for 4 months, until elections on October 25th – which takes us up to Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan.

Cheshvan is the month when the world is meant to come and fight with the people of Israel, when the sea is meant to split anew – and when geula is meant to happen.

Trouble is…. we don’t know which ‘Cheshvan’ that’s going to actually be.

But we also know according to the Yalkut Shimoni that Moshiach is meant to be revealed motzae shvit – in the year AFTER the shemitta year.

So, I guess we’ll see what happens.

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Unlike a lot of other people, I don’t think this Bennett / Lapid government is the worst we’ve ever had.

The more corruption we’re uncovering here, on so many fronts, the more I understand that the so-called ‘right-wing’ government of Netanyahu, that contained so-called ‘religious parties’ and their representatives were just as spiritually corrupt, if not more so.

Just they got away with it, because they were posing as ‘right wing’ and ‘religious’.

Netanyahu’s government encouraged all the LGBTQ+++ missionising in the country, and in our schools, and let a ton of pedophiles and xtian missionaries into the country, and the IDF, and everywhere else they could think of.

It pressed the ‘terrorist on’ button, every time they needed a quick ‘war with Gaza’, or a quick ‘Arab uprising’ to shore up their political power and take the public’s mind off their total corruption and incompetence.

And Netanyahu’s government is the one that played a leading role in the Covid 19 plandemic, first taking Israel into a totally OTT harsh lockdown (which the world then copied, on the understanding that ‘Jews in Israel are smart, and know what they are doing) – and then, forcing the Covid shots on everyone.

And of course, how could we forget the murders in Meron, planned and executed on Netanyahu’s watch, and almost certainly with his full permission.

(All extra-judicial killings in Israel have to be signed off by the Prime Minister. He knew exactly what was going on.)

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So, Bennett and Lapid are WAY less scary to me than Netanyahu, and all his corrupt ‘fake religious’ cronies.

Even though Lapid is xtian-friendly, anti-Torah and spiritually corrupt, really he’s just more honest about who he really is, so he’ll ‘fool’ less people, and we’ll be more on-guard that the government is not our friend.

Really?

Every single politician out there is corrupt, and just a ‘pawn’ that wants power so they can fill their own bank accounts with the bribes that continue to flow in from the puppet masters behind the scene.

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Here is what the Rav said, about the government falling:

The Rav said that we conquered Armilus, the government fell apart. (Armilus has 7 heads)

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This is a clue as to who ‘Armilus’ really is.

Armilus doesn’t seem to be one individual person.

‘Armilus’ is the government itself.

If we’ve learnt one thing from the Bennett/Lapid government, it’s that it doesn’t matter who is in power, the evil agendas continue on regardless. You switch out the ‘head’ of the government – and whichever guy you pick at the polls, you get exactly the same evil, just it’s ‘dressed up’ a little differently for the audience, to maintain the illusion of democracy.

‘Armilus’ is the machinery that was set up to ‘lead’ the Jewish community into the abyss.

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We can sit here and debate whether ‘Armilus’ is only the government of the State of Israel, or whether it also extends to all its institutions and Reform-funded NGOs and charidees, and all the corrupt ‘spiritual leaders’ on the frum side of the equation.

It could be that some of those ‘7 heads’ of Armilus are names we’ve never heard of, because they are pulling the strings behind the scenes.

But it’s clear that when the Israeli government itself gets to a stage where it can no longer operate and function, that’s a good sign that the whole ‘Armilus’ structure is about to implode.

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So…. things are getting interesting again.

One last thing: the only politician I’ve ever heard the Rav speak badly of, publically, is Yair Lapid.

And I’ve seen the Rav publically ‘praise’ so many characters that are really bad – the more ‘praise’ he gives them, publically, the more I start checking them out because there’s an inverse relationship between the Rav’s praise, and how yucky they turn out to be, spiritually.

I have the feeling that Yair Lapid is going to be a totally wild card.

That doesn’t mean he’s good. But, it does mean that personally, I think there are still some big surprises in store, as we wind our way down into Motzae Shvit, 5783.

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The next 3-4 months, we just have to hang on.

When you feel overwhelmed, despairing, like you want to give up – start clapping and jumping; start saying more Tikkun Haklalis; start joining the Rav’s prayers at 8:30pm every night, on Ido HaNavi Street, start paying your pidyonot to sweeten the judgements.

And start talking to God, about what is really going on, and what He really wants.

Rebbe Nachman already gave us all the advice we need, for how to get through the next few months.

But it only works if we follow it.

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