Sunday, January 8, 2012

MBD the "Jewish Rock Star" says that all not chassidish Jews are thieves!

MBD the one who copied "goyeshe" music all his life, a prime example, the song "Yiddin" (Song STOLEN from the German group, "Genghis Kahn") berates All Jews that are not chassidish saying that they copy and steal music instead of buying his CD! He added that Chassidim know the Shulchan Aruch and would never copy CDs ... 
Then the fool continues his tirade,
“The Satmar Rebbe, R’ Yoelish was correct.  He was completely right. He said there would come a time when Chareidi Jews would not be able to live in Eretz Yisroel.  
Hashem Yiracheim.”
What a sick comment! Mr. MBD.... there are more Jews learning in Eretz Yisroel then any time in Jewish History, probably going back to Matan Torah!
What would the  Rebbe say about  Frum Jews dressed in Streimlich and "Vasseh Zoken" spitting on 8 year old girls? How about destroying Jewish Book Stores in Yerushalayim? Was the Rebbi advocating violence on other Jews? 
What do you think, MBD, that Chilonim would stand with their hands folded while Charaidim destroy the very country that the Chilonim built with their own hands?
You know something MBD? I don't believe the Rebbi ever made such a stupid remark.... do you mean to tell me that the streets of Eretz Yisroel are so dangerous ....more dangerous to frum Jews than Sigat, Krula and Saint Mary (Satmar)? MBD you are a son of Polish Jews, why dont you ask some Hungarian Survivors how the streets were? Where do they feel safer? In Bnei Brak or Satmar, Romania?

Read his crazy demented comments and later see the video of the group "Genghis Khan" singing the original song that he stole from them..
From VIN news:

In an interview with Israeli radio host Menachem Toker last Motzei Shabbos, Mordechai Ben David offered his thoughts on the current situation in Israel.
Quoting the Satmar Rebbe, Reb Yoel, zt’l, MBD called the continuous clashes between the Chiloni and Chareidi community very frightening.
“The Satmar Rebbe, R’ Yoelish was correct.  He was completely right. He said there would come a time when Chareidi Jews would not be able to live in Eretz Yisroel.  Hashem Yiracheim.”
Speaking about the general anti-Chareidi bias emanating from the secular community and not the recent events in Beit Shemesh, MBD attributed the conflict to the Chiloni community becoming concerned by the rising birth rate among the Chareidi community and likened it to biblical times when the Mitzrim were afraid that they would be outnumbered by Bnei Yisroel.
“There are so many Chareidi babies being born and iy’H we will grow in our simcha and in our Avodas Hashem and as we grow stronger our light will overcome the darkness,”  said MBD.

MBD also discussed his most recent album, Kissufim, and suggested that despite earlier statements that this was his final album, it is possible that there could be additional Chasidic albums in his future.
Citing excellent sales of the album, which featured exclusively Chasidic music MBD said, “this proves to me that true Chasidim don’t copy music and those who are not so Chasidic are the ones who are doing the copying.  I have my finger on the pulse of American buyers.  In the Chasidic areas, like Monsey, Monroe, Borough Park and Williamsburg, it is flying off the shelves.  Apparently true Chasidim learn Shulchan Aruch and they don’t steal.”
When asked to comment regarding the interview and his possible return to the studio MBD told VIN News, “I’m not back in music. All I said to Toker is the fact that the Kissufim album, which is Chassidish, sold better than expected, proving that the chasidishe velt doesn’t copy or steal like the others. ‘Maybe’ I would consider doing another. But honestly I don’t think that’ll happen so fast. It’s just too much work.”
To listen to the full interview here 

Now sit back and watch the video.... popcorn not necessary!


Anonymous said...

What would motivate him to come out with such silly comments?
He will be hurt more by the loss of support in the non Chassidish community than by whatever gains he will make. I suspect that most of his English music is banned anyways among the Chassidim

Dovy said...

1. I used to work the elevators in the Aperion Manor on Kings Highway back in the late 70s. often I helped MBD with his equipment on and off the elevator. Guess what? He never thanked me for my help.

2. I got off a flight in Fort Lauderdale a few years ago and there was MBD snapping his finger in my face, yelling, "Mincha?, Mincha?". Had to hold myself back from giving his ugly face a resounding smack.