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Thursday, December 29, 2016

10 Lies Secretary of State Kerry Told During His Big Middle East Peace Speech

On Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry gave a speech on his proposed plan for peace between Israelis and Arabs. His plan: blame the Jews, pretend that Palestinian terrorism and incitement isn’t representative of the actual Palestinian government, and then blather for 69 more minutes. His speech razed facts to the ground in a fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan.
Here were ten of the worst lies and lies-by-omission Kerry purveyed in his ode to lying and self-indulgence:
1. Equating Jewish Settlements and Palestinian Terrorism. Israel has been wracked by a wave of stabbings and shootings and rocket attacks from Palestinian terrorists over the last two years. Kerry spent a few minutes on that, but only in order to draw moral equivalence with Jews building additional bathrooms in East Jerusalem, the capital of Israel. “The truth is that trends on the ground, violence, terrorism, settlement expansion, and the seemingly endless occupation, they are combining to destroy hopes for peace on both sides,” Kerry said. This is nonsense. Before there were any Jewish settlements – when Israel did not control Judea, Samaria, or Gaza – the Palestine Liberation Organization called for the “liberation” of Palestine, meaning the complete destruction of Israel. The problem isn’t people building homes. It’s Palestinians murdering Jews, and refusing to accept that any home built by a Jew ought to exist in the Middle East.

A shameful end to the Obama foreign policy.


by Elliott Abrams
In the Obama administration's waning days, global challenges to American interests abound. In Syria, which will be a bloody stain on the reputations of Barack Obama and John Kerry, the killing continues. The effort to free Mosul from ISIS is slowing. The rise of Iranian influence in the Gulf and the Levant, of China in Asia and the western Pacific, and of Putin's Russia in both Europe and the Middle East, all continue. One might have thought any of these could be the subject of a final address by the president or the secretary of state.
But one would have been wrong. John Kerry delivered what is probably the last major speech of the Obama administration Wednesday, and its subject was the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and especially the growth of Israeli settlements. So the Obama administration ends where it began: obsessed with Israelis and Palestinians as if their struggle were the key to peace in the entire region, and with construction of homes in settlements and in Jerusalem as if it were the major roadblock to a peace agreement.

9 questions about the UN vote on Israeli settlements you were too embarrassed to ask

A controversial new United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory has triggered a brutal and messy diplomatic fight between President Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and now President-elect Donald Trump.
The war of words got even nastier Wednesday, when Secretary of State John Kerry delivered a high-profile speech warning that Netanyahu’s settlement policy could doom any chance at a peace deal and threaten Israel’s future as a Jewish and democratic state.
“The status quo is leading toward one state and perpetual occupation,” Kerry warned. “The Israeli prime minister publicly supports a two-state solution, but his current coalition is the most right-wing in Israeli history, with an agenda driven by its most extreme element.”
Netanyahu immediately shot back that Kerry’s speech was “biased against Israel” and "obsessively focused" on settlements, and “barely touched upon the root of the conflict — Palestinian opposition to a Jewish state in any boundaries."
So who’s right? And why are both countries so angry? It’s a complex answer that involves geopolitical maneuvering, international legal issues, and a healthy dose of seemingly nonsensical diplomatic language, so you’d be forgiven for feeling a little bit lost trying to sort out exactly what’s going on.
If so, don’t worry: We’ve got you covered. What follows is a simple guide to the whole kerfuffle.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Kerry's Last slap and lies about Israel

Kerry: "Israel can either be Jewish or Democratic ....it cannot be both"
Din: What?    What the hell is he talking about?

Note: Kerry just drew a direct equivalence between Hamas terrorism in Gaza and Israeli settlements in West Bank

Kerry: The Israeli government is the most right wing in history. Driven by its extreme elements."
Din: From an administration who won't say: "Islamic Extremists"

Note: John Kerry entered public life 45 years ago slandering his fellow American servicemen. He leaves it slandering America's finest ally...

Clearly the only way to solve the Middle East crisis is to create another terror state backed by Iran.

Kerry: "Let's be clear .... settlement expansion has nothing to do with Israel's security" 

Kerry is delusional .... he promises that if Israel created Hamasistan, Muslim nations would ally with Israel 

Kerry spent 30 seconds on terrorism, and he spent 20 minutes on settlements!


Monday, December 26, 2016

Obama is not finished with Israel yet.... will impose 2 state solution?

Israel fears that the United States and France want to advance another move on the Israeli-Palestinian issue before President Obama leaves office on January 20.
A senior official in Jerusalem said that during Sunday’s security cabinet meeting, ministers were presented with an assessment that during the international foreign ministers’ meeting scheduled for January 15 in Paris as part of the French peace initiative, a series of decisions on the peace process will be made. These will immediately be brought to the UN Security Council for a vote and will be adopted there before January 20.
The move presented to the ministers led Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to tell the Likud ministers during their subsequent meeting that Friday’s vote in the Security Council on the settlements was not the end of the story and that there are liable to be other steps taken by the international community, the official added.
Representatives of the Foreign Ministry, the National Security Council and others who attended the security cabinet meeting presented information indicating that the trend in talks between France, the U.S. and other countries in preparation for the foreign ministers’ meeting tended toward advancing such a move, he added.  
According to the information that Israel has, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry wants to utilize the foreign ministers’ parley, which will be attended by representatives of dozens of countries, to deliver an address that presents his vision for the two-state solution. The senior official said that Israel fears this address will include American principles for resolving the core issues of borders, refugees, security arrangements and Jerusalem. 
“The Foreign Ministry and the National Security Council spoke about information to the effect that what is planned is that the foreign ministers’ meeting in Paris will make a summary decision that will be adopted by the Quartet [on the Middle East] and by the UN Security Council before January 20,” the senior official said. “Israel believes this is an operative plan and the assumption is that the Americans are leading it all, together with the French.”
t was such a fear about the foreign ministers’ meeting in Paris that led Netanyahu to instruct his ministers to avoid public statements to the media about launching a wave of settlement construction or annexing parts of the West Bank in response to Friday’s Security Council resolution. 
“The effort now is to see how to prevent such a move at the Paris conference,” the senior official said. “That’s why there is no need to provoke and no need to do anything to add fuel to this.”
Earlier on Sunday, Netanyahu summoned the American ambassador to Israel to clarify matters over the UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements. Netanyahu has also stepped up the diplomatic response to the UN vote and ordered the government to reduce ties with the 12 countries that supported the resolution.

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Ezra "Kapo" Friedlander Tuches Lekks Ben Rhodes, Who Blames Israel for UN Resolution

Ezra Friedlaner (Shmuck in the Middle) Ben Rohdes (Obama's Stick against Jews) Second from left




Ezra Friedlander the Jewish "Back Stabber" can't wait to stay away from anyone who hates the Jewish State .... in this photo at the Obama Chanukah party, you can see him tuches lekking the Israel Hater, Ben Rhodes, Obama's Deputy National Security Advisor ...


Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes pointed to Israel’s settlement building in the West Bank and East Jerusalem as a key reason for the failure of a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
“And in that context, we therefore thought that we could not in good conscience veto a resolution that expressed concerns about the very trends that are eroding the foundation for a two-state solution,” Rhodes told reporters in a phone call Friday.

Danny Dannon Complete Smackdown of the Anti-Israel UN Resolution


Saturday, December 24, 2016

Obama’s appalling UN betrayal




Friday’s failure to veto an anti-Israel resolution at the United Nations sets a new low in the annals of American diplomacy.
It was a shocking betrayal of a firm US ally, and of longstanding bipartisan US policy — a sneaky, dishonest move by a lame-duck president to express his pique at the president-elect and land a final vindictive blow on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In the process, he sought to tie his successor’s hands in a way that no past president — especially his own predecessor, George W. Bush — has ever before done.
President Obama has now empowered the economic war against Israel, just to get even with a leader who dared to defend his own country’s best interests.
A day earlier, Egypt had withdrawn its support for the extremist, one-sided resolution condemning all Israeli activity beyond the 1967 cease-fire lines. That’s when Team Obama spread the word that it would’ve abstained — which prompted Israel’s enemies to revive it for Friday’s vote, where Washington indeed declined to veto.
Never mind that it was virtually identical to a 2011 resolution that Obama’s diplomats did veto, on the ground that the issue of settlements and borders should be decided in direct negotiations, not by a UN-imposed diktat.
Or that successive US presidents — Republican and Democrat alike — have used Washington’s veto power precisely to limit the UN’s involvement in the peace process.
As then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice said in 2011, American’s abstention was not an endorsement of settlement activity but a recognition that such a resolution “could encourage the parties to stay out of negotiations.” On Friday, though, she claimed “the situation has changed.”
Nonsense: The Palestinians still refuse to negotiate without preconditions and unilateral Israeli concessions. Good luck getting them to the table now.
Remember the furor when Trump broke with past practice — not US policy — by taking a call from Taiwan’s democratically elected president? Watch and see who slams Obama’s far greater violation of the bipartisan consensus.
Obama went ahead with this stab in the back of an ally despite the pleading of top Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill. He plainly just had to get even with Netanyahu, and with Trump — whose public intercession Thursday seemed to have indefinitely postponed the vote. Would Obama have abstained if a President-elect Hillary Clinton asked him to veto? Absolutely not.
This measure doesn’t just criticize or condemn Israeli settlements, which Obama (like his predecessors) has done repeatedly. It declares any and all Israeli activity across the Green Line — including in the Old City of Jerusalem and at Jewish holy sites like the West Wall — “illegal” and subject to international action.
In short, it’s a major step in the campaign to delegitimize the state of Israel and subject it to boycott and sanctions.
Which is why the resolution was denounced across the Israeli political spectrum, including by the leader of Netanyahu’s opposition, who called it “dangerous and harmful.”
Again, it also breaks with consensus US policy — which is presumably why the Obama crowd sprang it as a surprise, though it had to have been in the works for months, even as top Obama officials denied rumors of a coming betrayal.
Fortunately, a new president takes over in three weeks — one who doesn’t consider the UN to be a productive body and is in no rush to bend over backward to Palestinian demands.
Trump vowed Friday that “things will be different” once he takes over. We’re counting on it.
As for Barack Obama, it’s a sorry exit. But it’s par for the course for a president who has made everything all about him and his perceived slights. Which is why he’s bungled foreign policy in general — and the Middle East in particular — over the past eight years.
What a profoundly sad — and dangerous — legacy. By every measure, he has taken a giant step away from any chances for peace and betrayed a key ally. Just for some petty personal revenge.

Friday, December 23, 2016

Obama Stabs Jews in the Back and Lets Anti-Israel UN Resolution Stand!

In a dramatic vote the UN Security Council passed a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlements proposed by Egypt Thursday. 

The United States abstained. 
 vote with 14 for, and 1 against the UN Security Council passed a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlements proposed by Egypt Thursday. 

The United States abstained. 

Breaking: UNSC Bastards to vote TODAY on end to Israeli settlements

The UN Secuity Council will vote today on a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlements after four council members again put forward the measure a day after Egypt withdrew it under pressure from Israel and US President-elect Donald Trump.

New Zealand, Malaysia, Venezuela and Senegal, who were co-sponsors of the draft resolution, have requested the vote, which diplomats said will likely take place at 3:00 PM NY Time!



Gay Hypocrisy....... Only they can abuse others

Gays ("feigelich") are always complaining that people harass them and abuse them, but they have no problem abusing and harassing others!

 A JetBlue airline passenger, who media outlets and a witness described as making angry remarks at the sight of Ivanka Trump on his flight, was removed from the plane on Thursday by the airline.
JetBlue Airways Corp confirmed in a statement that a passenger had been removed from a flight set to depart from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, bound for San Francisco, but provided no other information about the incident.
Another passenger on the flight, Marc Scheff, said that, when the man saw U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka, he “did a double take and said ‘Oh my God. This is a nightmare!’”
JetBlue said in a statement: “The decision to remove a customer from a flight is not taken lightly. In this instance, our team worked to re-accommodate the party on the next available flight.”
Reuters was not able to identify the passenger who was removed. Matthew Lasner, a Twitter user cited by TMZ, said his husband was going to confront Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, at the airport.
“Ivanka and Jared at JFK T5, flying commercial,” Matthew Lasner (@mattlasner) wrote in a tweet, which has since been deleted. “My husband chasing them down to harass them. #banalityofevil.”
Lasner, a professor at New York’s Hunter College, did not respond to requests for comment directed to his Twitter account, which has since been taken offline, or to messages left at his office or sent to his Facebook account.
“To do that to a woman who was on there with her children, I don’t care what your political background is or what your thoughts are, that’s not the way we as Americans need to act,” Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said on Fox News.
Scheff, 40, who told Reuters he was sitting in the row in front of Ivanka Trump on the flight, said the passenger who was later removed from the flight “started shaking.”
He said that after JetBlue staff approached the man to “make sure he was calm,” the passenger said: “They ruin our country, now try (to) ruin our flight!”
Scheff said the passenger was “clearly agitated” but did not “scream or yell.”
Ivanka Trump was en route to Hawaii for a vacation with her family, according to ABC News.


Donald Trump and his family are spending the Christmas holidays at his resort in Palm Beach, Florida.


Surprise Chanukkah Cake With a Magen Dovid in Middle


For those Rebbishe Gabboim that are closet Zionists, you can now surprise your anti-Zionist rebbe, with a mogen dovid in middle of the cake ........ that would the biggest "nes chanukah" since the Chashmonim ....also it would be "פרסומי  ניסי "
then watch the reaction!





Ingredients
Blue Cake:
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 ¾ tsp baking powder
¼ tsp salt
¼ cup unsalted butter, room temperature
½ cup granulated sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 large egg
½ cup milk
blue food colouring
White Cake:
2 cups all-purpose flour
3 1/2 tspDirections
Make the blue stars: Combine the flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl, cream the butter with an electric mixer until pale and fluffy. Add the sugar and mix until combined. Add the vanilla extract and egg and mix well. Add the flour mixture in 2 additions, alternating with the milk. Add the blue food colouring and dye the batter your desired shade of blue. Pour the batter into a greased 9×9 square baking pan and bake at 350F for 20 minutes, or until fully cooked. Cool the cake in the pan for 10 minutes, then remove from the pan and transfer to a wire rack. Cool completely. Use a Star of David-shaped cookie cutter or a paper stencil to cut out 2 1/2” diameter stars from the blue cake. Set aside.
Make the white batter: Combine the flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl, cream the butter with an electric mixer until pale and fluffy. Add the sugar and mix until combined. Add the vanilla extract and egg and mix well. Add the flour mixture in 2 additions, alternating with the milk.
Bake the cake: Grease a 9” loaf pan and pour 1/3 of the white batter into the bottom of the pan. Line up the Star of David stars in the center of the loaf pan, making sure they are pressed together to create a long, solid shape. Spoon the remaining white batter around the sides and top of the stars, making sure they are fully covered. Bake at 350F for 50-60 minutes, or until a skewer inserted into the all edges of the cake comes out clean. This style of cake takes longer to cook than usual, so make sure to check all sides of the white cake to make sure they are cooked. If it is still raw, pop the cake back in the oven for 5 minutes at a time. Allow the cake to cool in the pan for 20 minutes, then remove from the pan and transfer to a wire rack. Cool completely.
Make the frosting: Place the butter in a bowl and beat with an electric mixer until pale and fluffy. Add the vanilla extract and beat until combined. Add the confectioner’s sugar and beat until pale and fluffy, 3-4 minutes.
Spread the frosting onto the cake and top with Star of David sprinkles. Slice to reveal the Star of David inside!
 baking powder
½ tsp salt
½ cup unsalted butter, room temperature
1 cup granulated sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 large eggs
1 cup milk
Frosting:
½ cup unsalted butter, room temperature
½ tsp vanilla extract
1 ¼ cups confectioner’s sugar
Star of David sprinkles

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Satmar Anti-Israel Protester holding Palestinian flag ....stares at lady's behind!

Egypt Kicks Obama in the Ass by Withdrawing UN Resolution on Settlements

I believe that President Sisi hates Obama more than he hates the Israeli settlers, so just as Secretary State John Kerry was preparing his speech, to move away from standard US policy of vetoing anti-Israel UN resolutions,...... Sisi pulled a fast one and had the anti-Settler UN resolution shelved indefinitely, leaving Obama and Kerry holding an empty bag ....

Here read the Arutz Sheva account, but believe me that this was to slap Obama in the face, since Sisi was always looking to kick Obama in the proverbial behind!

מה רבו מעשיך השם
The United States was planning to abstain from the vote at the UN Security Council on a resolution which would have called on Israel to halt “settlement building”, U.S.-based media outlets reported on Thursday.

Several diplomatic sources told NBC News that the outgoing Obama administration had planned to abstain from the vote, which would have been seen as a slight to Israel.

Another U.S. official quoted by CNN said that the administration was actually debating whether to abstain or vote yes.

The White House was not considering a veto, the official told the network, but added that if the resolution is amended, American officials will need to review it before deciding how to vote.

Similarly, another U.S. official quoted by Reuters said there was a widespread assumption within the State Department that the United States was likely to abstain.

State Department spokesman John Kirby declined to say how the United States would have voted, or even to say whether a final decision had been made about how it would vote.

The vote on the resolution, which was submitted by Egypt, was postponed indefinitely after Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi instructed his nation’s delegation to push for a delay in the vote.

Israeli officials feared the measure was likely to pass, and that the outgoing Obama administration would withhold its veto.

Both President-elect Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called upon the US mission to the UN to block the resolution.

The resolution demands a full “cessation of all Israeli settlement activities” in Judea, Samaria, and eastern Jerusalem, and also says such activities are an obstacle to “the two-state solution”.

The resolution is a unilateral move by the Palestinian Authority (PA) which seeks to undermine Israel and bypass direct peace talks with the Jewish state.

FBI After the Aronim! Leave Zaloinim Alone!

So the Big Mouth Rabbi that continues to give Mussir to the State of Israel that it violates the prohibition of "Hisgarus BeUmois" (antagonizing the Gentiles), does it himself ...... he forgot the Christian adage ...that "those who live in glass houses, shouldn't throw stones."
The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested a prominent Brooklyn Satmar community activist on Thursday morning.
The bureau confirmed that agents had arrested Isaac Sofer, who manages government relations for the Central United Talmudical Academy, the Williamsburg yeshiva system that serves followers of the politically connected Satmar Grand Rabbi Aron Teitelbaum.
It’s not yet clear what charges Sofer could face. Sofer has emerged in recent years as a leading activist among the Brooklyn-based followers of Aron Teitelbaum, known as the Aronis.
A spokesman for the Aroni Satmar community, Michael Tobman, said that he could not comment on Sofer’s arrest without knowing the charges.
The FBI raided CUTA in March of this year. The Forward reported at the time that investigators were looking into the school’s use of funds disbursed through the National School Lunch Program, which subsidizes food for low-income students.
The arrest comes just days after leading New York public officials, led by Senator Chuck Schumer, flocked to a massive event thrown by Aron Teitelbaum’s followers in Williamsburg. The annual gathering, which celebrates the release of the previous Satmar rebbe from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944, draws thousands of Hasidim, and a litany of public officials.
Officials in attendance at this year’s Aroni celebration on Tuesday night included Schumer, acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, leaders from the New York City Police Department, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, and many others. 
In his address to the community, Schumer said that God had given him his surname, which derives from the Hebrew word for “guardian,” so that he could be a guardian “for this great Hassidishe community here, and for Yiddishkeit around the world.”
Last week, federal prosecutors in Manhattan charged a real estate developer withconspiring to corrupt elections in connection with his effort to build a Satmar village in upstate New York.

Pigs In Shtreimels

From Rationalist Judaism

Earlier today there was a gigantic rally at the Jerusalem Arena 
against "pigs in shtreimels."

The event, under the auspices of the charedi Gedolei Torah, was for 
Beis Yaakov girls. The purpose was to dissuade them from attending
 any of the numerous academic higher education programs for 
charedim that have sprung up in recent years, such as Machon Tal,
 Adina Bar-Shalom's Charedi College of Jerusalem (soon closing due
 to lack of enrollment), Strauss Campus Afikei Lomda, Mivchar, and 
so on. (There is currently a furor raging over funding of 200,000 
shekels for this event that was promised from the Jerusalem 
Municipality.) 
Adina Bar Shalom (a pig in a shtreimel?) with her father
Rav Baruch Shapira introduced the program by relating a conversation that he had with Rav Steinman about the event. Rav Steinman said, "Charedi academic programs?! It's like a pig in a shtreimel!"

(Note that Rav Steinman spoke down the road from my home a few years ago, and stated that there is no relationship between secular education and income.)

Rav Chaim Kanievsky sent a message: that he blesses anyone who 
studies only in Beis Yaakov and not in an academic program, that 
they will have easy and abundantparnasah.

Rav Gershon Edelstein stressed that parnasah is entirely in the hands

 of Heaven and is determined on Rosh HaShanah by one's spiritual 
merits. Accordingly, he said, those girls who go to Beis Yaakov will 
receive parnasah, good shidduchim, and everything else that they 
need, whereas girls who leave that framework will not be successful 
at this. (One cannot help but wonder how he could say something 
that is so clearly factually incorrect; indeed, if it was true that Beis 
Yaakov graduates make a parnasah and those who go to college do 
not, then there would be no need for such a rally in the first place!)
Rav Yitzchak Zilberstein (author of the popular Veha'arev Na/ What 
If series) gave a Torah insight: Why did Rachel Imeinu sit on Lavan's
 idols rather than burn them? He explained that the point was to 
disparage them, to show that the "wisdom of other nations" has 
nothing to offer us. (See this post from Rabbi Josh Waxman about 
Rav Zilberstein's position that Jews and non-Jews have different 
numbers of teeth.) We must teach our daughters, he said, that a 
Jewish home that is clean of any hint of foreign wisdom, and teaches
 only Torah, will never be harmed.

Rabbi Moshe Hillel Hirsch of Slabodka Yeshivah delivered a much 

more honest presentation. He stated frankly that modern charedi 
society puts people in a difficult position - the women do not earn 
enough of a salary to support the family and the husband is in kollel. 
He noted that there is talk of funding coming from wealthy donors in
 America, but admitted that there is no good solution. However, he 
said, the reason why it is nevertheless forbidden to attend academic 
program is because of the deleterious effect that this has on one's 
spiritual life.

There is no question that Rabbi Hirsch is correct. Once a person steps

 out of the daled amos of the yeshivah or Beis Yaakov, they are 
exposed to all kinds of influences and ideas that run contrary to 
charedi and Torah values. I don't understand how there are people 
that deny this.

On the other hand, im ein kemach, ein Torah. We have to earn money,

 work, and build up society. If charedim are going to radically diverge
 from tradition by sending everyone to kollel, then the women have 
to shoulder the workload of both partners (while also giving birth and
 raising children). And it's just not possible for charedi society to 
accomplish that if everyone only attends Beis Yaakov. As Rabbi 
Hirsch acknowledged, what Rav Edelstein said is just not true.

Rabbi Hirsch said that the spiritual price is too great to pay, and 

charedim must consign themselves to ever-worsening economic ruin.
 Others will disagree with that judgment. There's always risks and 
dangers in life. It's dangerous to fight in a war, but we still need 
soldiers. And it's dangerous to go to college, but we still need to 
provide for our families and build up society.

These are difficult decisions for young women to make. They are 
certainly unlikely to choose academic programs when the people that
 they are told to revere as Gedolei Yisroel tell them that if they do so,
 they will not attain parnasah or good shidduchim. I am always 
amazed at how people who would very much want their children to 
obtain academic qualifications nevertheless send their children to 
institutions which teach them to revere the Charedi leadership as 
their Gedolim. And then they are surprised and dismayed when their
 children and grandchildren don't get an academic education and 
can't support themselves!

(See too this post: "Gedolei Yisroel Insist On Economic Ruin For Charedim, All Israel")

Did the Bais Yaakov of Baltimore cover up Yosef Goldman's alleged Rapes



On Monday, Joseph Goldman was arrested and charged with multiple counts of raping a child over a number of years.
JCW has received serious allegations that Beis Yaakov of Baltimore was aware of the abuse and did nothing about it. We have reached out to Rabbis Yechezkel Zweig and Yehoshua Shapiro repeatedly but they have both refused to speak with us.
Our investigation will continue. Anyone found to have covered up abuse, protected an abuser, or harassed a victim, will be held accountable.


Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Ukrainians vandalize Rav Nachman's Grave in Uman


It's time for the Russians to come in to Ukraine and convert that country into a parking lot! Let them remove the remains of Rav Nachman and bring them to the State of Israel!

Ukraine gets over 300 million dollars per year in revenue from the Jews that make pilgrimage to that cursed blood soaked country!


Unknown individuals broke into a synagogue in the Ukrainian city of Uman, sprayed red paint on the walls and left behind a pig’s head with a swastika carved into its forehead.
The attack occurred on Tuesday night, DS News reported. The synagogue is part of the Ohel complex, built near the gravesite of the Breslover movement’s founder, Rabbi Nachman.
Since the fall of communism, Uman has seen the arrival of thousands of pilgrims on the Jewish New Year who come to visit the gravesite of the 18th-century luminary.
The pilgrimage often has created friction between the predominantly Israeli new arrivals and locals, many of whom resent the cordoning off by police of neighborhoods for the pilgrims.
Brawls between locals and pilgrims are common. In recent years, incidents that occurred at Uman included the placing of broken glass on the bank of a river where pilgrims take ritual baths; the erection of crosses near that place and protests where nationalists shouted “Hasids out of Uman.”

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Yosef Goldman of Baltimore charged with rape


A Baltimore man has been arrested for child sex abuse and charged with multiple counts of rape and sex offenses, according to Baltimore Police.

Joseph Goldman, 35, was arrested around 8:15 a.m. Monday at his home in the 3500 block of Taney Road.

He has been charged with first and second degree rape, second, third and fourth degree sex offense, first and second degree assault, perverted practice and other related charges.

Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith says the victim disclosed several incidents that allegedly took place over the course of years to a third party in October, who then relayed the information the Baltimore Police Department. That’s when the investigation began.

Seized from Goldman’s home was suspected marijuana, two handguns, one shotgun with an altered barrel, one rifle and a homemade silencer.
The investigation into the guns will continue.

Hillary's Temper Tantrum On Election Night!

Hillary Clinton’s post election celebration plans included hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of fireworks, live performances by various celebrities, such as Cher, who came believing that Hillary was going to win the  election, a five-hundred-thousand-dollar special effect glass ceiling that she  would break through in a dramatic display once she walked out on stage at her H.Q., among millions of dollars worth of other celebratory preparations, all paid for by the Clinton Foundation in full.
  
The most notable damage was located deep in the VIP room of the Clinton camp. A custom  150 inch ultra HD TV, a gift from the Saudi Arabian government, was found with a broken screen. The damage was caused by a $950,000 bottle of champagne that was believed to have been thrown at the screen by the former presidential candidate some time during the election.
  
Early in the morning, the custodial staff were greeted by flipped-over tables as the floors were covered with expensive food, drinks, and appetizers. Broken champagne flutes and gilded silverware were also seen scattered around the would-be party room. 
  
The  most telling sign of a massive meltdown was the cake. The pastry that  had once proudly displayed the presidential seal, was violently flung against the walls in chunks. A broken topper from the cake in the  shape of the white house was discovered lodged firmly into the drywall near the dessert table.
  
Clinton ’s splurge on party supplies was merely an echo of all the left-leaning polls and hype that "confirmed" Hillary Clinton's indubitable win. Misled by just about every prediction, Hillary Clinton personally planned one big party for her assumed victory. Once it became clear that it would not be Clinton 's night, however, the mood of the party soured rapidly. 
  
A former staffer, who was fired during the rampage, said that the atmosphere around Clinton went from "queen of the hour" to "the girl who was dumped on prom night" in only a few moments.
  
Hillary Clinton reportedly became “physically violent” towards her own campaign staff after she realized she had lost the presidential election, according to radio host Todd Kincannon. “CNN reporter tells me Hillary became physically violent towards Robby Mook and John Podesta around midnight; had to be briefly restrained,” tweeted Kincannon.
  
It was Podesta who was sent out to talk to Hillary’s dejected supporters shortly before Hillary called Donald Trump to concede, with Clinton nowhere to be seen until the following day.
  
When asked about rumors that Hillary was drunk on election night, Kincannon responded, “She was. I posted about that too. She was in a “psychotic drunken rage” according to my reporter friend. Doctor added sedatives to the mix.”
  
Kincannon then claimed that CNN blocked the reporter from publishing what would have been a bombshell story.  “The CNN reporter didn’t fail to report it. His editors will not let him. CNN  has banned all “Hillary in the bunker” stories,” he  tweeted.
  
Secret  Service officials and other staff who  worked closely alongside Hillary have previously reported her problems with angry tantrums on numerous occasions. Last year it was also reported that Clinton ’s own campaign staffers feared she could have a serious meltdown and that Hillary had  “been having screaming, child-like tantrums that have left staff members in tears and unable to work.” In addition to claims that she became irate, author Ed Klein said a source told him Hillary cried  inconsolably to a friend after the results came in, blaming FBI director Comey and President Barack Obama for not doing enough to stop the FBI investigation into her email scandal.

New York Times in Full-Fledged Frothing Freakout Frenzy Over Friedman Pick

How freaked out is the New York Times over Donald Trump’s decision to nominate David Friedman as the American ambassador to Israel?
Extremely, to judge by the newspaper’s completely over-the-top coverage of the nomination.
The Times first covered the news of the nomination with a hostile article in Friday’s paper that the Algemeiner responded to that day.

Then the New York Times did something it reserves for the rarest of situations. It ran the same news again, this time on page one. Saturday’s paper piled on with a front page story headlined: “David Friedman, Choice for Envoy To Israel, Is Hostile to Two State Efforts.” That article was the product of a team of no less than eight — eight! — Times personnel, working from four different cities: “Isabel Kershner reported from Jerusalem, and Sheryl Gay Stolberg from Washington. Reporting was contributed by Russ Buettner and Maggie Haberman from New York, Sewell Chan from London, and Irit Pazner Garshowitz from Jerusalem. Jack Begg and Alain Delaquérière contributed research.”
And as if that weren’t enough, the paper piled on with a lead editorial in Saturday’s paper — “A Dangerous Choice for Ambassador to Israel” — and an op-edarticle by Daniel C. Kurtzer, “Donald Trump’s Israel Ambassador Pick Is Hazardous to Peace.” The paper also ran an interactiveonline feature with highlights of Friedman’s past writing. (As is so often the case, the Times timed its worst anti-Jewish coverage for the Sabbath or Jewish holidays, making it harder for observant Jews to respond.)
There have been Supreme Court nominations — well, certainly cabinet secretary posts — that have attracted less extensive scrutiny from the New York Times than this mere ambassadorship to Israel.
So what is to account for all the Times frothing over Friedman?
The Times editorial complains that Friedman “has no diplomatic experience.” But President Obama has packed American embassies with campaign fundraisers, donors and political allies who have no diplomatic experience. A television soap opera producer was named by Obama as the American ambassador to Hungary. Caroline Kennedy was named by Obama to be ambassador to Japan. Other news organizations did report on this topic during the Obama years. “When Big Money Leads To Diplomatic Posts” was the headline of a National Public Radio piece. “US diplomats cry foul as Obama donors take over top embassy jobs,” was the headline of a Guardian articlereporting that Obama had named a campaign fundraiser as ambassador to Great Britain. “Obama hands out plum ambassador posts to big campaign donors” was the headline of an article in The Hill.
If you can’t quite remember the New York Times editorials denouncing thosedozens of ambassadorial nominations by President Obama, that’s because there were no such editorials, at least none that I could find in scouring the archives. It’s only in Israel — not Japan, Hungary or Great Britain — that theTimes insists on previous diplomatic experience as a requirement for national service. Only Israel, and only the Trump administration. It’s almost enough to make one suspect that the newspaper’s objection to Friedman isn’t about his lack of prior diplomatic experience at all, but about something else.
Perhaps the newspaper is upset about Friedman’s supposed suggestion that Israel’s critics aren’t actually Jewish. Yet the newspaper has yet to produce a transcript or a tape of Friedman making that claim. At the Washington Free Beacon, Noah Pollak aptly called the Times news article “a caricature of political frustration and resentment masquerading as news.” On Twitter, the author of the day-one Times story, Matthew Rosenberg, eventually dialed backhis claim, writing, “alright, to clarify: earlier tweet should have said that Friedman has said SOME Jews who support 2-state solution are not Jewish.”