So, Israel apparently has a ‘new’ government and a ‘new’ President.

‘Itzhak Eizak’ Herzog got the vote from more than three quarters of the MK’s in our oh-so-corrupt Knesset, including from the ‘religious’ parties.

Now the blinkers are off, it’s clear that he’s the choice ‘from outside’ that got parachuted into the cushy position of ‘President of the State of Israel’, to continue the Frankist-Freemason agenda for this country.

Because, as I keep saying, it doesn’t matter who we really vote for, or who we really get leading us, they will only be allowed to rise to the top and wield real power, if they are part of the ‘machine’ that’s been controlling the Jewish world for centuries, already.


All these people are connected to each other, with very deep family and idealogical ties that go back a very long way.

I’m currently wading through more and more of the family trees, and the details that have been deliberately hidden from the public, and the the ‘false personas’ and fake stories that have been created to hide just how incestuous all this really is.

BH, I will have another chunk of Real Jewish History for you a little later today.


But in the meantime, I was totally struck by the video up on the Yeshiva World News site, together with the ‘puff piece‘ praising the secular Herzog as the ‘religious world’s choice’ for President.

Here it is, below, almost a full four minutes of Herzog only talking (in English) about his meeting with the late Lubavitch Rebbe, and how important it was for Herzog’s father – who was not a ‘religious’ man – to get the Rebbe’s blessing for his son:


I’m just finding it so strange, that 25 years after the Rebbe died, secular politicians in Israel do a whole interview just reminiscing about meeting the Lubavitch Rebbe.


At least externally, the Chabad community in Israel is not very large, and it’s not like a lot of people are going to run out and ‘vote for him’ just because he met the Rebbe 30 years ago.

So what’s really going on here?

Watch the interview yourselves, see what ‘floats up’ in your own consciousness.


And then, if you’re bored, there are a whole bunch of other ‘secular-politicians-falling-over-themselves-to-meet-the-Rebbe’ videos you can watch, too.

Like this one, with Ariel Sharon:


Ariel is positively glowing when he speaks about his close relationship with the Rebbe, and all the meetings and yichidus he had with him over the years, starting in 1967.

Ah, Ariel Sharon.

We all remember what a tremendous force for good he was for Israel….

And where all that ‘advice’ and deferment to the Rebbe’s instructions led…

Let’s change the subject.


If you want more strange videos of rabidly secular Israeli politicians sucking up to the Rebbe over the years, then the good news is there are a lot to choose from.

But I’ll leave you with this one, of a young Benjamin (Nitay) Netanyahu, ‘getting a blessing’ from the Rebbe (with full text below).



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

Rebbe: I had much satisfaction from your first speech.

Bibi: I heard and saw your message.

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

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

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

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

Rebbe: I am just starting my work.

Bibi: I know.

Rebbe: You are also just starting your new role.

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

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


Which side is God really on?

Is God really on Netanyahu’s side?

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

That same guy that sold all the citizens of Israel down the river to Big Pharma, with his ‘secret’ deal with Pfizer to forcibly inject as many of us as possible with the dangerous experimental ‘gene therapy‘ (aka magnetized nanobots that can hack into your brain…)?

That same guy who signed off on the ‘Covid 19 plans’ for Meron this year?

And who then deliberately started a war to try to take the nation’s mind of things, when Meron didn’t exactly go as planned and too many people realised that a mass casualty event had been deliberately organised by the government, to bring the religious public to heel?

That same guy who – I have a sneaking suspicion – will try to launch a war with Iran in the week he has left as PM, just so he can stay in power, and try to stuff all the skeletons back into the exploding cupboard?


At this stage, it’s hard – nay, impossible – for me to say that God is on Netanyahu’s side.

And what on earth is ‘the mission’ that the Rebbe apparently sent Netanyahu to do?

Let me put it out to the readers:

Can anyone out there tell me what ‘this mission’ actually is / was?

Because apart from polarising the country; destroying small businesses by the hundreds of thousands; welcoming missionaries of every stripe; indulging in regular ‘wars’ with Gaza that are just for show; locking us all down for a year and destroying our mental health; force vaxxing everything that moved with experimental gene therapies; controlling the press; sending the murderous police after Torah Jews in a myriad different ways; kick-starting massive anti-semitism across the globe; and taking bribes and kick-backs for so many things that we still don’t even know a fraction about –

What other ‘missions’ did Netanyahu actually engage in?



What I’m trying to tell you – again – is that the State of Israel is being run by the members of one big, extended family.

We’ve been covering some of those deep family connections between the ‘secular’ political world and the apparently ‘religious’ world here on the blog for the last few months, and I’m getting closer and closer to finally pinning this down.

But in the meantime, go back and read some of these posts, to see how ‘Rivlins’ and ‘Schneersons’ have been interconnected in Lithuania, and then over in Eretz Israel, too, right from the start.


Once you know more of what’s really going on, it becomes obvious why Herzog is our new President, and why the first thing he did is put out a video in English stating he was ‘blessed’ by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

It’s the same people, the same extended family, running the show here, regardless of external appearances and claims of being ‘religious’ or otherwise.

Poor Miriam Peretz.

She may have lost two sons on active duty in the IDF; she may have been the people’s choice – she definitely WAS the public’s choice for President – but she didn’t get a blessing from the Rebbe.

And when all is said and done, that seems to be the only thing that really counts, here.



How do we explain this, from the Arutz 7 website HERE:

Senior Chabad rabbi pleads with Yamina MKs not to join Lapid – Israel National News

Rabbi Yitzhak Yehuda Yaroslavsky, considered the most senior Chabad rabbi in Israel, has sent a letter to the members of the Yamina party, pleading with them to reverse their decision to partner with center and left-wing parties to establish a coalition with Yair Lapid and others.

Yeshiva World News notes that the customary practice of Chabad rabbis is to avoid involvement in politics and that this step is a significant deviation from that quasi-policy.

“I am turning to you, unlike my usual habit, at literally the last moment, and in the lashon of the passuk [as is stated in the Torah] (Parshat Korach 16: 26): ‘Please turn away from the tents of these evil ones and don’t touch anything of theirs lest you die because of their sins,’” Rabbi Yaroslavsky wrote.

“This step poses a great danger to Klal Yisrael [the Jewish People] in all aspects and will be a bechiyahl’dorot [a source of weeping for generations] and it won’t be possible to stop the deterioration of this decision after, G-d forbid, the government is sworn in.

Anyone who thwarts this plan is assured that he will merit [great blessings]; withstanding this challenge will bring infinite blessing to each one of you and your families … You will be engraved with golden letters in the history of the Jewish People as having withstood this great test at a difficult time, and for bringing salvation to the Jewish People.”


Chabad didn’t send a letter like that when Yair Lapid and Bennett partnered with Netanyahu, 8 years ago, when Yesh Atid and Likud launched an all-out war on the Torah world in Israel.

So what’s so different this time?

And why are Chabad issuing not-so-veiled death threats like this?



More ‘political pressure’ from the ‘apolitical’ Chabad, from Arutz 7:

Australian Chabad tycoon Yosef Gutnick, who in recent years has politically supported Yamina No. 2 Ayelet Shaked, saying that he sees her as the successor of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, wrote an open letter to her that was published in Yisrael Hayom on Monday.

“You and I know each other for many years,” Gutnick wrote. “I always strongly supported you, for your loyal adherence to the values ​​we share – a strong and uncompromising right-wing government – to prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state and not to allow portions of Eretz Yisrael to be given away.”

“Right-wing voters believed and trusted you, but now their votes are being stolen by you and other MKs by joining a government with partners you promised in the past not to sit with under any circumstances.”

“We recognize the right of others to think differently from us but most voters in the last election voted for a right-wing government. The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rav Menachem Mendel Schneerson, always opposed any compromise on the Land of Israel, demanded our commitment to the sheleimus of our Eretz HaKodesh, and warned that such a government is dangerous to the residents of Israel and the Jewish people throughout the world.

“You always expressed great respect for the Rebbe. What changed? Why not go to another election so that your voters don’t feel cheated and can express whether or not they agree with your actions and those of your colleagues? Isn’t that the honest and democratic approach? What are you afraid of?

“Don’t be influenced by those who strive for power at all costs,” Gutnick asserted, in an apparent reference to Naftali Bennett. “In the name of everyone who trusts in you, please don’t take part in this so-called ‘government of change.’ Prevent this disaster, for the sake of the kavod and sheleimus of the Torah, Am Yisrael, and Eretz Yisrael. This is the hour of truth for you and your colleagues, to be sincere and honest representatives.”


Yamina MKs are getting a lot of death threats.

And no-one in this country wants a 5th election, just because a failed, corrupt prime minister who sold us out to big business, and big Pharma – repeatedly – can carry on running the country as his own private fiefdom.

There’s a lot more to say here…


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17 replies
  1. Hannah
    Hannah says:

    Waouw, everything is unfolding. Thank you Rivka for doing such an amazing research job. The countdown has started. HaShem will destroy the hydra once for good.

  2. vivian corey
    vivian corey says:

    Rivka I very much respect your work and your perspective,and I want to say lets tread very carefully because we are talking about Gadol who did more to create and promote yiddishkeitthroughout the world.Whatever Netanyahu did ,he is a big boy with free choice.The Rebbe was a tremendous Holy Tzaddik and without him millions of Jews myself included wouldnt be here and be shomrei Torah i Mitzvot.I have nieces and a nephew and they are completely immersed in mitzvot and chesed every day.The Shluchim are doing Pikuach Nefesh for Am Yisrael every day.Hashem has his ways.Lets not forget Hashem disguises his efforts to bring Moshiach with maras ayin to do Holy Work.Netanyahu seems to have sold his soul to the Satan.Im sure Lashon Hara against a Gadol is not your intent.

    • Daisy Stern
      Daisy Stern says:

      On this I have to agree with you, Vivian; Chabad has been a tremendous force for the good in our life; even this Pessach, if not for Chabad….. Chabad is fantastic when it comes to helping Jews worldwide. I don’t know what is going on under the blanket, behind the scene, but the fact is, they have done and keep doing incredible good. It doesn’t mean I agree with their cultish approach – it is a cult, face it. But still, if not for them, many Jews would be totally lost. And I met the Rebbe personally, don’t brag about it and claim a political role for it; yet I can assure you he was a tremendous positive force in my life, and continues to have an positive effect.

      You know very well how much I appreciate and support your work, Rivka; I am extremely grateful to you for what you have been doing, specially re: Meron. And the Rav has the same place in my life as the Rebbe had when he was alive; I respect him, depend on him, follow his recommendations, pray for him, help him financially when I can; but it doesn’t mean I will attack the Lubavitcher Rebbe ZT”L because of it! Maybe you have a blind spot when it comes to him, Rivka? Could it simply be prejudice based on some past experience? Are you sure you are on the right track with this? Not to ignore your research, it is deep, and the ties of the families could very well be there; but so what? Does that take away from the immense good the Rebbe ZT”L did in his life and continues to do through his followers? Even while I myself reject a lot of the stuff, knowing it is BS, yet love, care for, and appreciate the good work of his followers?

  3. Daisy Stern
    Daisy Stern says:

    Rivka, I just watched the video you posted about Yitzhak Herzog. I usually feel people very deeply, I see their eyes, what radiates from their faces, the feeling, whether it’s phony or real. And I have to tell you, Herzog was very sincere in this video, speaking from his heart. He was obviously very touched by the experience. I can assure you that I also was very touched by the presence of the Rebbe, even though, of course, I did not get the attention Herzog received. My own son, who was seven at the time, was so taken by the Rebbe that he went, sat at his feet for the duration of the Tefillah ( it was Shavuot), quietly. Do you really think a seven year old active boy would do that with anybody?

    So I am actually glad Herzog met with the Rebbe; maybe there is still some good spark in him, and it will guide him in a positive way. So what if those people belong to the same extended family? Does that automatically mark them as bad? My father Z”L, also mentioned, after I told me we had visited the Rebbe, that we are somehow distantly related to the Rebbe. So what? Does that change who I am? Am I attacking the Rav as a result? Of course not. So you have to be very, very careful with this stuff. Don’t assume, don’t judge in advance. I am very happy that these people in those positions at least received the blessing of the Rebbe: how do you know this won’t actually stop them from causing harm to Am Yisrael? Obviously it didn’t work with Bibi , but who is to say it won’t work with Herzog??? Still, I obvioiusly do want Mashiach NOW, mand I hope the whole system collapses ASAP.

    And I am writing this while listening to the Tikkun Haklali, and I am davening for the Rav. Just saying….

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Believe me, I’m well aware of the need to approach all this with great caution.

      The problem is, that all the good and the bad is mixed up very thoroughly.

      Just as there is no bad person who doesn’t contain a spark of ‘good’ – the opposite is also true.

      When we pretend that people are perfect, and that they don’t have yetzer haras and ‘issues’, that’s when we get ourselves into some very big problems.

      For sure, there is tremendous good and tremendously good people doing good things in Chabad.

      But, there is also a lot of stuff that is not so good, and actually even disturbing.

      Can’t we respect the good, while still dealing with the bad?

      Surely, just ignoring all the things that so many of us *know* is bad – in all corners of the Jewish world right now, not just the Chabad section – is a recipe for spiritual disaster?

      So, we have to learn how to do this respectfully and gently and correctly – but still to do it, in what ever measure God wants it done.

      I’m not pretending it’s easy.

      It’s very, very hard.

      But I also don’t think we are at a stage where we can continue to just stick our heads in the sand any longer, about the aspects that are very wrong, and need fixing.

      But to do this job from a place of achdus, compassion and most of all humility….

      I’m stuck doing this because that’s my yetzer, and God is taking full advantage of it.

      I’m not pointing any fingers from a place of ‘holier than thou’ – I know so many Chabad people are way better at a whole bunch of things than me. What I’m saying is, there are aspects, things, beliefs that are not correct, and not helpful – and we need to start cleaning that stuff out, across the Jewish world, and doing the birur, in order to really get ready for Moshiach and geula.

      And the first place to start, as always, is with ourselves.

      • Daisy Stern
        Daisy Stern says:

        You are right, Rivka: now I am getting where you are coming from. I am glad we had that conversation publicly, because this way others can also understand what you are doing. Yasher Koach!

        Today is the 23rd of Sivan, until last night I had no idea it is an especially powerful day of prayer and Tikkunim that can overturn all kind of evil. It is connected to Megillat Esther timewise, and Venahafochu is the theme of the day. I learned that from Rav Alon Anava – a Chabad rav, mind you, who has really helpful insights and understandings. And on this day Shuvu Banim also decided to have special prayers for Rav Berland. Something must be happening that is good – provided we take advantage of the special energy of this date.

        It is also the date that is apparently observed for the Yahrzeit of children gassed in Auschwitz, etc., whose date of murder is unknown. My siblings started a conversation last night about this day, the 23rd of Sivan. So I guess I will light a candle now. It all seems to converge. What will come of it? G-d only knows….

      • Dean Maughvet
        Dean Maughvet says:

        To that end, maybe a post, or open thread on Rav Berland’s “aspects, things, beliefs that are not correct” would be an appropriate — and courageous — place to start?

        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          Dean, I think you might be new to the blog… Those conversations happen here all the time.

          But first, please go and read ‘One in a Generation II’, which sets out the real story for how the Rav was framed by the government, and his enemies within Breslov, for crimes he didn’t commit in a million years.

          I wasn’t a follower of the Rav when I started researching that book, just trying to track down the truth of what was really going on. After I did the research, that’s when I got close to the Rav.

          And I’m very happy to discuss beliefs and aspects that are hard to understand, as long as it’s done respectfully.

          • Dean Maughvet
            Dean Maughvet says:

            Thank you, Rivka.
            Respect is a 2 way street.
            I would only suggest (respectfully) that you can only get so far with your research online. And that until you’ve seen with your own eyes the Rav’s ‘bodyguards’ throwing people to the ground in Uman to make way for him; or the Rav himself throwing people out of dance circles for what appears to be inconsequential reasons, you might, like me, have reason to question whether Emet resides here.
            Dean Maughvet.
            And Shabbat Shalom.

          • Rivka Levy
            Rivka Levy says:

            We should all be questioning whether ’emet’ resides anywhere, right now, most especially within ourselves.

            All of us – including me – have a big dose of arrogance, and a big dose of ‘wanting to be right’, and a big dose of seeing bad in others, other communities, other people, while whitewashing the uncomfortable things closer to home.

            I’m also guilty of that.

            The only way to know the truth about anything, but especially about the Rav, is to ask God to show us the truth.

            There is no other way of getting to the real answers.

      • michal rus
        michal rus says:

        sending you tefilos for hatzlacha to do ratzon Hashem with humility, compassion, and achdus…for you dear Rivka, and for us all. good shabbos

    • Daisy Stern
      Daisy Stern says:

      Speaking of which – the system falling – it seems today could actually be the day! Look at these headlines; a whiff of Mashiach!
      From Alex Jones ( an e-mail):
      “Learn How the Fall of Dr. Fauci Could Bring Down the New World Order”
      (regarding all the info he has about Fauci and the Covid-19 attack i.e. contrived vax need etc)

  4. TrueTzadikkim
    TrueTzadikkim says:


    Ehh, ik will not say anything, just copy paste the meaning.
    It says a loooot.
    Perhaps thats the real meaning of a person.
    I know nothing….
    Just feeling that the sheker cannot hide and truth, yup is above the water already.

    Shabbat shalom umevorah.

    (btw. I have no idea who that person is).

    “Zog nit keyn mol” (Never Say; Yiddish: זאָג ניט קיין מאָל‎, [zɔg nit kɛjn mɔl]) sometimes “Zog nit keynmol” or “Partizaner lid” [Partisan Song]) is a Yiddish song considered one of the chief anthems of Holocaust survivors and is sung in memorial services around the world.

    The Zionist occupation government, Zionist occupational government or Zionist-occupied government (ZOG)

  5. Hannah
    Hannah says:

    Even if you don’t like people like Netanyahu, talking bad about them in a blog isn’t that lashon hara we should avoid?
    I just read your 2019 article about lashon hara and I loved it.
    Shabbat shalom.

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:


      There is such a thing as lashon hara l’toelet. To warn people about potential danger, is l’toelet. All readers should follow the laws of lashon hara very closely, and not believe what’s written here, just take it as being potentially true.

      More than that, I don’t know what to say.


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