Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Rival Satmar Rebbes Unite to Endorse "Anti-Bris " Yang .... While Chabad & Munkatch Endorse "Arab Lover" Adams

The article below was written by Sandy Eller of VIN, a nice lady, who is ecstatic that the two feuding Satmar Rebbe brothers are showing "achdus"!


Hey wait ....did I just read that they "got together" because of a "Goy"? ... Because of an endorsement of a mayor?

But why Ying Yang? Wasn't he an outright critic of "Bris Mila" .... ?

Yes of course yes... but DIN, don't be naive, you know .."it's all politics," he is really a great guy, you see "YY" promised to continue to fund Yeshivos to the tune of millions with no oversight committees and they won't have to teach English and Math ...

But how can you trust him? When he flip-flops every day? 


Guys, I am also not in favor of having the government impose their LGBT and other pervert ideas onto our precious children.... but what's wrong with teaching the basics English and Math? ..... 

So just so that we understand what happened.... the Satmar brothers aren't merging .... they will not, G-d forbid, intermarry or attend each others simchas...... nope.... that's not what they got together for ....they will still stop their rivals from burying their dead in their respective cemeteries ... since they won't let them live and won't let them die.

they got together to endorse a Mayor, having learned nothing from the crazed DeBlassio saga....whom they slobbered over.

The other anti-Zionist, the Munkatcher, endorsed the "Hamas Lover," Eric Adams,  joining Chabad!

There is something to be said, that we as a Chareidie group should split our endorsements because we never know who will win..but who says that in Golus we should endorse anyone? Why not keep our mouths shut and be discreet about it, and work behind the scenes..

Which leaves me "circling back" to these Rabbanim who say that it is a sin to vote in Israeli elections.........

Yes I must inject the Israeli elections..

to complain that the Israelis  are pro LGBT, anti-Chareidie, Chillul Shabbos, Giyus etc that's ok, but to vote, even if it means that by voting you can "Oiftu" alot!

Don't bring me Gedoilim that said that's "assur" to vote in Israeli elections  ... please spare me with those convoluted naive irrelevant ideas ... the real  gedoilim encouraged Israelis to vote in elections, and that should be good enough for me ...and you ... 

So you may ask.... so how do the "Auerbach & Neturi Karta Terrorists" get their point across if they don't vote?

I am bringing this up because we are fast approaching "bein Hazmanim" and these guys are bored to tears with all that time on their hands; they don't have internet that would have entertained them with  UTube or Netflix for hours, they don't go to beaches, they do not engage in sports and they don't learn ... what to do?

They riot, block traffic so that ambulances cannot get through, so that people cannot go to and back from work, children cannot get back home or school for hours ...elderly people that on these buses for hours cannot go to the bathrooms.

So are they getting their point across? 

Well, let's see... the Meah Shearim gangsters are now against the new "Light Rail" line because it will go near their neighborhoods, so they protest by blocking traffic,  damage equipment that cost millions of shekels, burn garbage bins, and when the Firefighters come they yell nazi and bombard them with heavy rocks just like their cousins the arabs. ....So did it work? 

Nope, in fact the government not only doubled down on going ahead with the Light Rail but are working with a feverish pitch to get most of it done in their neighborhoods before bein hazmanim...good for them ...

As far as the Auerbach terrorists are concerned, thank God, they found a new hobby, throwing heavy shtenders on each other in Ponivitz But no... they accomplished nothing, Everyone must still register for the draft, no exceptions. and Giyus for girls is continuing on a steady pace, if they would have been civilised and voted like people, they may have voted in their own guy who could have made a difference..but they are being led by a guy named Deutsch who came up with this "shtender throwing" idea to keep his followers busy even during the zman... 



In a rare display of unity, Satmar’s two rival factions are said to be coming together for a common cause – choosing the Democratic candidate in the upcoming New York City mayoral election.

With the upcoming June 22nd Democratic primary less than a month away, Politico ( reported that an ad signed more than a dozen rabbis representing both the followers of Grand Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum and Grand Rabbi Zalman Teitelbaum will appear in the Wednesday editions of multiple Yiddish newspapers. Sources said that the ad will have the rabbis calling on their respective communities to mark Andrew Yang as their first choice in the primary race and listing Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams as their second choice and Comptroller Scott Stringer as their third pick. 

The primary will be the city’s first ranked choice election, with voters having the ability to mark down their second, third, fourth and fifth choice candidates should their first selection lose, a system put in place ostensibly to give voters a greater say in the election process.

United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg’s Rabbi David Niederman said that concerns over the fallout of the yeshiva education probe, which found that some yeshivas were not meeting Board of Education requirements for secular studies, brought the two competing Satmar groups together in support of Yang.

“Being able to educate our children is the reason why our parents came here to the United States,” Rabbi Niederman told VIN News. “They decided that our future is our education and they left everything behind, which is why at such a time when our existence is threatened, whoever really stands up for us, we stand up for them.”

Yang won the hearts of many Jewish voters when he came out as the first candidate to express support for parents’ rights to choose a yeshiva education for their children three months ago, as previously reported on VIN News. At the time, the candidate spoke about the need to bolster the relationship between the Orthodox Jewish community and city education officials and said there was no need to interfere with the yeshiva system as long as students receive a proper education.

“He got ridiculed for those statements and he got pushback, but he stood by his words,” said Rabbi Niederman. “That is the person who deserves our support, because that is the most important issue for our community.”

Yang and Adams have long been seen as the front runners in the race and while Adams has long had the support of the Jewish community, and has won the endorsement of The Jewish Press and The Jewish Voice, he may have given Yang an edge when he said that he would give yeshivas latitude in creating their own curriculums. Yang has ranked up the endorsements of all of the city’s Orthodox Jewish elected officials who have expressed their picks in the upcoming primary, as well as those of multiple Chasidic rabbis, and with Satmar’s full support he has potentially locked up the vast majority of the often-influential Charedi community.




Anonymous said...

"Guys, I am also not in favor of having the government impose their LGBT and other pervert ideas onto our precious children...."

So if you have a child that's gay, are you going to tell him/her he/she is perverted? And if they kill themselves, whose fault will it be? Moron.

Dusiznies said...

To 11:50 the "moron"
We have had a non LGBT curriculum in schools since 1575 in the USA even before we murdered the Indians...
How many killed themselves ... ?
So they are suddenly killing themselves ... how insane is that comment?

Who cares how and with whom they have sex... what does that have to do with education?
so he is now going to kill himself because he wants to screw a boy? But didn't get the education in class?
I am sure he can learn it on the streets as we all did and it harmed no one...

Gay in Drered said...

More Hetro's kill themselves than gays ... what's your point?