The "pushy" frummies are arrogantly trying to expand the territories of Lakewood, pushing their collective weight to the neighboring town of Toms River!
The Goyim are up in arms and fighting back!
In Monroe, Satmar is in the midst of "annexing" hundreds of acres to extend their town ....
The goyishe neighbors are fighting them tooth and nail!
In Bloomenberg, the Satmars are creating their own enclave and the Goyim are sick and tired of the encroachment of their lifestyle by the Chassidim!
In Monsey, there isn't a day that the Goyishe neighbors aren't protesting, be it about the School Board or about the total chaos of the infrastructure of Monsey perpetrated by the Heimishe developers who ignore local zoning laws!
The Chillul Hashem cannot be measured!
Yet there is one country in the entire universe that will allow every single Jew to come home!
The goyim have millions of refugees! But there are no Jewish refugees in the entire world, even though we have been expelled by all Arab countries! All thanks to the Zionist idea that there will always be a home for every single Jew! ........
What's fascinating is, that the Chutz L'aretz Leaders, be they Chassidish or Yeshivash, have boycotted the topic of Aliyah; a look at a Nefesh BeNefesh Flight will show very few from the Heimishe Olim!
The Frum world has decided that it is better to instigate the neighbors in Chutz L'arretz then to promulgate the idea that Jews have to come home!
But they have no problem and have no issues raising funds to come home in a box.......
Didn't the holy Chasam Sofel z"l once say ותוליכינו "קוממיות" לארצינו
"Bring us home .... "קוממיות" "standing up," while we are still alive !
Now I am aware that the Frum communities have multiplied B"H to the point that we must expand all the frum neighborhoods, but at what cost?
Isn't the Satmar battle cry "Hisgarus Be'Umois"? ....
Are we going to antagonize the Goyim until they explode and start beating Jews and start pogroms??
I can already contemplate the comments to this post>>>>>
"well aren't there problems in Israel?"
"isn't there a housing shortage in Israel"
"what about parnasseh in Israel"
My answer to this is that the Chazal say that Eretz Yisroel comes with Yesurim!
B"H the country has already been built by the Chilonim who put the infrastructure in place!
And there are thousands of homes bought by Americans and Europishers who know that one day they will be forced to move from Chutz Le'aaretz and so they keep them empty until the goyim will inevitably throw them out of their luxurious Chutz Le'aaretz homes ...
There are neighborhoods in Yerushayim that look like an abandoned Hollywood set, left by Frum Richies, who won't even rent out their apartments!
There are solutions and if we all put our heads together, we will overcome the difficulties that Israel presents.
But we have a country that is ours... waiting for each and every one of us...
Let's put our differences aside and come home!
The founder of the Satmar dynasty fabricated an idea that Jews cannot move to Israel until Moshiach comes ... no one ever heard of this idea .... but he managed to convince even the Litvaks!
Tannaim and Amoriem, Rishonim and Achronim ... all made Aliyah!
Time to move .... guys!
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NJ town comes together in fear of haredi 'invasion'
The residents of a New Jersey town are concerned that a haredi "invasion" will soon take over their neighborhoods.
As the predominantly-Orthodox town of Lakewood continues to grow, some of its residents are looking to new homes, including in nearby Toms River. Mayor Thomas Kelaher, however, is leading an effort to show the haredim that they would not be welcome.
Kelaher told Bloomberg that residents have been complaining about "highly annoying, suspicious and creepy" realtors trying to purchase their homes. He claims they threaten homeowners that the area will be completely bought out and there will be no more non-Orthodox neighbors.
Toms River and Lakewood have similar populations, both a little under 100,000, though Lakewood's smaller size causes it to be over four times as crowded.
"It’s like an invasion," said Kelaher. "It’s the old throwback to the 1960s, when blockbusting happened in Philadelphia and Chicago with the African-American community -- ‘I want to buy your house. You’ll be sorry if you don’t.’ It scares the hell out of people."
The state director of Agudath Israel of America, Rabbi Avi Schnall, acknowledges that some of the realtors "are overly aggressive and making a bad name for the others," but also added that the "extent of the anger" against haredim runs deep in the surrounding towns.
Many of the opponents are gathering under a social media group called Toms River Strong to encourage their neighbors not to sell to haredim. The group's founder, Michael Dedominicis, says that the members are not anti-Semitic, but rather that they fear the newcomers would cause a decline in standards, mentioning his fear of overcrowded houses, piles of garbage on the street, and cars left on the lawns. He also suggests that the haredim would abuse the taxpayers' money.