world of lies

Just a quick post, to ‘update’ you on the situation in my bit of Jerusalem.

The birds are singing, the sun is shining, and things are eerily quiet where I live, in a ‘mixed’ community right next to the Old City.

This morning at around 6:30am, I thought I heard a group of protesters, or something, close by, but I couldn’t make out if they were chanting in Hebrew or Arabic, and I didn’t have the sense of ‘panic’ I get when something feels off.

Yesterday, my husband went to work with no problems.

I went to the supermarket with no problems.

My kids went all over the place visiting friends etc with no problems.

I know, that’s not at all the picture you are being painted by the media, but that is my first hand experience, currently of Jerusalem.

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I know people are dying in other parts of the country.

Or rather, I should say I think I know that, because the level of lies and media manipulation going on has ratcheted up so high, the last few weeks, I literally trust NOTHING I see in the media anymore, unless I can verify it personally.

There are so many things setting the BS-O-meter off about what’s going on right now, I don’t know where to start in trying to unpick it all to see what’s true and what isn’t.

So, I’m basically ignoring ‘the matzav’ at the moment, while I focus on trying to finish up my investigation into what really happened in Meron.

Which is taking a lot of effort, all by itself.

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I will continue to update you with my own personal experiences of life in Jerusalem, in the meantime.

If I see something with my own eyes, or speak to real people about their real experiences, I will share that.

But the reason I’m staying mostly quiet about ‘the matzav’ is because so much of it feels like ‘fake news’ – but I haven’t got the ability to sort out the truth from the lies.

BH, God will finally rescue us from all this madness, and all these evil people, intent on plunging the world into more unnecessary violence, wars and human suffering.

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7 replies
  1. Shimshon
    Shimshon says:

    A lot of fake.

    This is not a building hit by two missiles.

    https://twitter.com/Timesofgaza/status/1392512549673918465

    There are no streaks. The explosions come from the ground and the portions hit free fall. It is in fact a controlled demolition. Everything we are experiencing is staged in some way, even coordinated by “both” sides. Yes, people are dying, but much of what we are shown is not even real.

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Thanks for this – it’s clearly a controlled demolition! Who is saying it got hit by missiles, the ‘palestinians’?

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      • Shimshon
        Shimshon says:

        I don’t know. I saw it posted on one of the sources I follow. The Twitter handle of the tweet is “Times of Gaza”.

        I’ve been in touch with others who say they never see streaks of the rockets being fired from Gaza, only the Iron Dome missiles shot in response. That makes no sense.

        Something is going on, and people are being injured and killed, but it is impossible to know what.

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  2. AnotherYid
    AnotherYid says:

    Focus on Miron. I’m not sure how many frum yidden are doing what you’re doing.
    Chazal say “oysek b’mitsve potur min ha’mistve”. What you’re doing is b’geder “melchemes mitsve”.
    Hatslocha

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  3. Ari
    Ari says:

    I truly believe this whole thing was orchestrated by Bibi himself. He will do anything to stay in power. Deflect attention from Meron, the vaxing of kids, his trial, and the fact that coalition talks were progressing that would see him removed from power, and yet we see a whole different story from the media. All Lies.

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  4. Darin Sunley
    Darin Sunley says:

    I’ve had the feeling you describe in your first paragraph a lot, especially since early January – that it feels like you’re in a bubble of sanity and peace while every external voice is telling you the world is going crazy and there’s something wrong with you if you’re not panicking along with them.

    I attribute this to closeness to the Rav and Hashem.

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