Just over a year ago, the State-sponsored persecution against Rabbi Berland began again, in earnest.
Which quickly led to this:
And then, within a week of the Rav being arrested in a brutal fashion, where he was pushed to the floor by the Israeli police in the middle of the shacharit prayers, the first case of Covid was reported by an Israeli, and later confirmed:
The first case in Israel was confirmed on 21 February 2020, when a female citizen tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 at the Sheba Medical Center after return from quarantine on the Diamond Princess ship in Japan.
I’m finding it hard to get out of bed at the moment.
I’m scared of where all this is going, and what all this renewed lockdown means – especially for people like me, who haven’t bought into all the propaganda and don’t intend getting ‘vaccinated’ with whatever that poisonous stuff actually is.
Yesterday, my daughter got physically assaulted on a bus, for pulling down her mask to drink a cup of coffee.
She had the mask on under her chin, and was drinking her coffee, when a 50-something woman (hell-ooo Karen) started screaming at her to put her mask on. My daughter is a) a teenager and b) my daughter, so clearly, she didn’t do what the woman wanted, and carried on drinking her coffee.
So then, this woman came over to her, ‘tripped on her’ and spilled her hot coffee all over my daughter and the friend who was sitting next to her.
Then, she took the coffee out of her hand and poured it all over her.
Then, she slapped my daughter in the face.
All the time screaming abuse (and apparently accompanied by other Karens on the bus, both men and women, who were also shouting abuse.)
Thank God, my daughter had three friends with her, who stood up for her, because she was so shocked by what was going on, she couldn’t speak.
So then, it became a huge ruckus, and the police were called.
I could wax self-righteous about this woman, and what she did on the bus.
And when my daughter first told me, I have to admit to being boiling mad.
But later, when I was discussing it with my husband, he reminded me that there are a bunch of moronic sheeple out there who have been thoroughly brainwashed into believing that people with no masks = mass murderers.
This woman saw my daughter pull down her pointless, worthless mask to slurp some coffee, and thought she was being murdered with Covid-19.
And of course, if a maskless ‘murderer’ comes after you, you defend yourself….
Another reader sent me a link to this video, where the Rav is making the case that hating people for doing things differently from you is sinat chinam, and sinat chinam (baseless hatred) is worse than being ‘vaccinated’ with some toxic, sterilisation potion straight from the New World Order’s big vat.
You can see that video here:
(I can’t get it to embed on the site, sorry.)
R’ Epstein makes a good point.
But for me personally, I’m not sure how far I can do it.
Sure, I believe in trying to bitul to Hashem’s will. I believe, in theory 100%, that whatever Hashem wants, I will try to give it to Him.
But I also know myself, and I know that I am not such an ‘angel of bitul’ that if that woman had slapped my daughter in front of me, I wouldn’t have ripped her face off.
And I’m not such an ‘angel of bitul’ that if we come down to the wire, where we are being mamash forced to have dangerous, experimental ‘vaccinations’ that I won’t resist that with all my might.
I get that the Karen on the bus thought, mistakenly, that my mask-less daughter was putting her life at risk.
But can I forgive that Karen for creating a world where she is enabling the government to put my daughter’s life at risk?
I don’t know.
I’m working on it.
I’m working on really internalising that Ein Od Milvado – there is only Hashem – as it applies to the current situation of lockdowns and forced ‘vaccinations’.
Where do I draw the line, between trying to fight for what’s right, and for trying to defend myself and my family, and just accepting God’s will?
I don’t know.
In the meantime, if we trace all this back to the beginning, we find it started with the unjust arrest of Rav Berland.
And I know it will ‘end’ with the release of Rav Berland.
But sometimes, as that event keeps getting pushed off again and again and again by the corrupt State of Israel, I start to feel a little despairing of this ever turning around.
Did anyone wake up, over the last 10 months, to notice that the Yeshiva World News is employing the same brainwashing ‘cultish’ techniques on its readers, in connection with Covid 1984, that it brazenly accused Shuvu Banim of?
Has anyone noticed that the same brutal, violent police that arrested the Rav have now come after the lefties protesting Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, and the chareidim protesting the army draft in Jerusalem, and the dati leumi crowds protesting Ahuvya Sandek’s murder?
Is anyone making the links between all the brainwashing and lies that flooded the media to get us to believe that Rav Berland was guilty of things he never did in a billion, trillion years, and all the brainwashing and lies flooding the media to encourage us all to believe in Covid-1984, masks and ‘vaccination’?
I don’t know.
But then, thank God for my husband.
He turned to me today, and with lawyerly precision said the following:
IF we really are in that period of time that is known as the ‘end of days’, then things are far, far sweeter right now, than they were meant to be.
(Don’t tell him that.)
Hard as all this is, at least mentally, it’s still way, way easier than all the doomsday prophecies that were meant to accompany this period of time.
After he told me that, I was able to get out of bed, and come downstairs to write this.
The Rav is sweetening everything with his mesirut nefesh.
I’m just praying that more people are going to realise that soon.
So, I was thinking about what’s going on, and I realised that in some ways we already got the balm before the blow, if we have been following developments with the Rav.
For anyone who is feeling ‘stuck’ that psakei din from Bnei Brak need to be followed mindlessly and not questioned, please read this:
And remember that we’re still dealing with fallible human beings here, not all-seeing angels.
Even the holiest amongst us can be misled and duped by cunning people.
And we don’t even need to talk about the bribery and blackmail that occurs with the ‘less than holiest’ amongst us.
And then, for those who still believe that our Kupat Holim and government can’t and won’t do any deliberate harm to the citizens of Israel, I wrote this comment underneath this article, on Ynet, which kind of sums up a lot of different things neatly, that I’ve gone into great detail about on this blog:
Sharon Alroy-Preis [head of the ministry’s public health services division] works for the Rothschild’s funded organisation Maoz:
The Rothschild’s Yad HaNadiv Foundation recently pumped $60 million into something called the Israeli Precision Medical Partnership, which is all about harvesting the Israeli population’s DNA for a Tissue Bank:
“It seeks to build on recent advances in biomedical research and combine genomic and post-genomic
studies with cutting-edge computational technologies, paving the road to the development of novel diagnostics and therapeutics.”
Netanyahu’s government signed an agreement with BigPharma in April 2019 – under the aegis of former Health Ministry Director Bar Siman Tov – to ‘share’ all the DNA info with them, without the informed consent of the public:
This is all about money and control, and has nothing to do with ‘saving people’s lives’.
BH, I’ve been researching all this stuff for months, already, thanks to what happened with the persecution of the Rav, and Shuvu Banim.
If that had never happened, I could also be one of those sheeple, shuffling off to get injected with who-knows-what in the name of public health, God forbid.
So at least in my dalet amot, I can see more and more how following the Rav, and not being willing to accept all the lies told about him, has mamash saved me and my family from so much hardship.
And long may that continue.
I just got sent the following updates, about the situation with the Rav.
First, some advice for how to hang on the Tzaddik in these incredibly challenging times, plus a series of 10 new Tehillim that Rav Berland has requested that people recite, ideally 7 times a day:
“…[T]he only thing that will keep us sane is holding on to the Tzadik by reading daily TH (7 times) even if we have no kavana at all, just reading it makes the job, by reading the new series of tehilim he revealed:
31, 35, 36, 60, 68, 80, 83, 88, 89, 109
And by reading his prayers.”
You can get the books of Rav Berland’s prayers translated into English on the Shuvu Banim website HERE.
And then, I also get sent this:
“The Ministry of Justice just yesterday cancelled the plea bargain of the Rav due to media pressure. Maybe that’s why all this is happening.
In an unheard of thing that lawyers from both sides agree to a plea bargain but the Justice Ministry itself gets involved saying outright that its because of media pressure.
Anyways, we need to always remember like your husband said, its so much better than the end-of-days are meant to be and we should be grateful. As painful as it is, we have a tzaddik who willingly takes it all on himself so we should have it relatively “easy” and at least survive.
But hopefully not for much longer.
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