Inside vs outside

Inside Israel now, more and more people are waking up that ‘something’ is not right here.

That last horrible Gaza death trap, that killed 21 soldiers two days ago, is so obviously ‘wrong’, that even the so-called ‘normies’ are publically questioning if the IDF has been corrupted, and is deliberately sending our soldiers to their deaths, God forbid.

There are specific protocols for dealing with explosives.

It’s simply unbelievable to any of the people who have worked with explosives in the army in the past that two ‘accidents’ like this could possibly happen in the space of two weeks….. or, at all.

And some of those people are actually now speaking out to detail the protocols, and to publically question how this latest ‘accident’ could have possibly occurred.

The military ‘idol’ is on it’s knees, and the Evils can’t get away with many more ‘friendly fire’ incidents without risking an outright rebellion.


Just to give you another flavor of what is going on here:

My daughter’s friend has a brother who was meant to be in hesder yeshiva learning Torah for two years, deferring his army service, as per the agreement made with the hesder yeshivas.

He’s now being called up straight away, because of ‘the war’.

‘The war’ that apparently has no stated goal, no end in sight – and no-one running it that gives a monkeys about the Jews who are sacrificing their time, relationships, finances, lives and health to come and fight it.

That guy still believes that medinat Israel is mostly good and holy – as per the teachings of his totally corrupted dati leumi institutions.

(We’ll get to Rav Avraham Kook and his dati leumi posse in more detail soon…. wait for that.)

But his sister is starting to waver.

The brainwashing she was exposed to from the cradle in the dati leumi world is starting to dissolve.

And the ‘crazy arguments’ are starting to sound less and less crazy with each day that passes.


B’kitzur: It’s just a matter of time, before enough people understand what is really going on here, and the blinders drop.

Once that critical mass of awareness is reached, it’s game over for the Evils in Israel.

May it be very soon, and with no more innocent Jewish blood shed.


That’s ‘inside’.

But ‘outside’?

In chul?

The world of lies seems to be going even more bonkers.

Because now, and so understandably, so many sincere Jews are ‘defending Israel’ with all their might against the anti-semites and Jew-haters.

But that also means they are side-stepping the truth of what is going on here, and are blinded to the ugly facts that are being laid bare, about what is really going on with our army and government.

The people leading the country are not good guys.

Not at all.

The Jews under their command who are dying and getting their legs blown off all the time in ‘friendly fire accidents’ are good guys, tzaddikim, even.

But the people at the top of all our institutions are so yucky, I lack true descriptors for just how yucky they actually are.


It’s so easy to shut down all the criticism of the leaders here, and their yucky actions, by yelling ‘anti semite’.

But the problem is, a lot of what these obvious anti-semites are saying is actually true.

What makes these critics anti-semitic is not that they are saying these things, but that they hate all Jews, and tar all Jews with the same yucky brush of our corrupted elites.

And they totally ‘whitewash’ the Palestinians (whose leadership is also funded by the same satanists guiding the war on our side of the fence….)


So, there is no ‘nuance’ with the anti-semites, and a lot of bias, bigotry and obvious hatred of Jews.

But sadly, there is also still a lot of truth about what is really going on in Israel, and with this ‘war’.

And doing the birur is the whole key.


In Israel, it’s getting easier and easier to do that birur, because most of the people already know our leaders are corrupt – and even semi-normal people are starting to openly speak about ‘the Erev Rav’ who are leading us.

But in chul?

There is also very little nuance.

A Jew is a Jew is a Jew – and you defend that Jew to the hilt.

Even when they are yucky.

And evil.

And actually doing most, if not all, of the things the anti-semites are accusing them of doing.


It’s such a spiritual bind.

And it’s interesting to see how that same process of birur is bringing the truth more clearly into the open here in Israel, but hiding it more deeply in the shadows in chul.

I guess that’s another very challenging aspect of the galut.

And I’m very grateful that I don’t have to deal with that test, as it’s very, very hard to know what to do.


God’s seal is truth.

And every time we ‘come away’ from truth, we get further away from God, and the connection with our own souls.

But it’s still so hard when the anti-semites are baying for Jewish blood.



I want to just apologise to any readers who have been emailing me, and I haven’t responded the last few days.

I have just been feeling overwhelmed with ‘stuff’, and haven’t had the bandwidth to do ‘deep dives’ into more topics at the moment.

Also, I am back researching some very interesting stuff about the links between masons and our dear leaders, and that is what I am going back to now, current affairs notwithstanding.

Amidst the madness, life goes on.

And the more ‘light’ we can shine on how all these yucky people got into power here, in whatever small way, the faster this process of birur will hopefully unravel all the yuck.


And the last thing is a question:

One of the commentators pointed me in the direction of a Telegram channel called:

As well as bringing some interesting info, it’s also quoting the book of Luke, amongst other things, and I am picking up a distinctly xtian vibe.

Is it just me?


PS: Google translate this story on Ynet today:

It’s talking about how 50 new female recruits to the IDF just told their superiors they are refusing to become ‘observers’, after what happened on the bases on Simchat Torah.

If one thing should be obvious to anyone with even half a brain cell, the army was never a good place for a Jewish girl to be, long before ‘October 7th’, all the dati leumi propagandists notwithstanding.

And it’s also not a good place for a Jewish boy to be, either.

There are more and more stories appearing of all these quiet internal rebellions.

And when the idol finally falls…. there will be only God to replace it.


8 replies
  1. Leah golan
    Leah golan says:

    All I can say is where are the 5000 American soldiers that entered gaza before ours did….you don’t hear about them, you don’t hear they are fighting along side ours…you don’t hear of the Americans killed or injured….Biden wants us to fold up and leave like the un buddies do, no mention of the us soldiers to leave….doesn’t make sense but does raise both eyebrows…..
    Everything is planned by HaShem….so that leaves to use as much as possible our prayers,,,,and more prayers…cause the stories are getting us down….mamash….psychological warfare on all fronts….only HaShem….

  2. Shimshon
    Shimshon says:

    “My daughter’s friend has a brother who was meant to be in hesder yeshiva learning Torah for two years…”

    My son was called up recently. For medical reasons, he is not going into combat. I told him that if they tried to send him anyway, he should just passively resist and let them arrest him. Military prison is not like civilian prison.

    If your daughter’s friend wants to sit and learn, he can do so in prison as well as in yeshiva. Even start a beit midrash with the other inmates, of which there are often hundreds or thousands at any one time. Neither he nor anyone should feel guilty for refusing to be sent to a war they have no intention of winning.

    Remember, they can’t make us doing anything. It’s always a choice. They can make life difficult, as they did during Covid, to nudge you to make a choice, but the choice is always yours. I hope he chooses wisely.

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      You hit the nail on the head with this:

      “Neither he nor anyone should feel guilty for refusing to be sent to a war they have no intention of winning.”

      Rabbi Akiva teaches that a person’s own life comes ahead of his friend’s.

      BH, the ‘blame, guilt, manipulation and threats’ will stop working, to get all these young men walking into death traps in Gaza that have zero connection to any hope of ‘winning’ this war.

      • AK
        AK says:

        What is especially painful is to see all of the soldiers who were not called up run to volunteer. A few weeks ago the son of our neighbor was killed in Gaza. He was one of those. Had finished his army service, didn’t receive a call up order but ran to volunteer and re-enlist. Many of those who volunteered ended up getting killed. Such indoctrination that they feel everything for the state, leaving family and running to Gaza when they had no obligation to do so.

  3. Neshama
    Neshama says:

    Just wondering, why so many who volunteered fell in Gaza?
    One might possibly think that this is a way to reduce the m. Ortho. And religious populations as these are the bravest and most idealist among our People? Just wondering. But no they wouldn’t do this…..

  4. Leah Golan
    Leah Golan says:

    What is in Gaza that all through history no one could conquer it?
    It’s not even a country, it’s a city…gaza is only 140 square. Miles – 363 square. Km….what is in Gaza that is so feared and unconquerable….can’t put my mind around it except that it must be put there divinely by HaShem for a reason….even leaving Egypt with Moshe we had to avoid them…..?

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      That is a very interesting question.

      The first thing that comes to mind is the name ‘Azza’.

      Maybe, connected to those fallen angels…?

      • Leah golan
        Leah golan says:

        Interesting point…thank you and may Moshiach come already….today the Hague gives their verdict on israel …I wonder if they know the consequences should it turns against us…like how not….I wouldn’t mess with HaShem….well Shabbat Shalom to all!


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