Stranger and stranger

Yesterday, one of my ‘lawyerly’ friends sent me a few emails about what’s going on with the Supreme Court here in Israel.

It began with this:

🇮🇱 Political news: The supreme court have overturned the law of the Knesset to remove their power of not allowing laws based on “reasonableness”.


Then moved to this:

[1/1, 23:11] +1 (732) 994-3101:

*In First, Israeli Supreme Court Strikes Down Basic Law* (JNS) – Israel’s Supreme Court on Monday struck down the so-called “reasonableness law,” an amendment to a semi-constitutional Basic Law passed by the legislature earlier this year as part of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s now-shelved judicial reforms.



Then ended with this, just after midnight Israel time:

Hoping that this is the beginning of the end of the SC


I have no idea what that last article on the Israel National News side actually said – because it’s been totally scrubbed.

It’s even been ‘scrubbed’ from the 4 captures that was made of it as soon as it went up, on the WayBack Machine, below:

And replaced with some weird infomercial piece about digital advertising from 2018.


I don’t what all this means – other than all our news is totally and utterly manipulated and controlled by people who don’t have the public’s best interests at heart.

But of course, you already know that.



I got sent screenshots of the original post, with all the names of the judges.

I have a feeling that’s why they took it down – they get very unhappy about having those details ‘out there’ in the public domain, probably for a whole bunch of different reasons.

Welcome to ‘DEMOCRATIA’.


On a TOTALLY UNRELATED subject, and just as a private hobby, spend a few minutes trying to answer this question:

Which judges in Israel are graduates of the W£xn£r Fellowship program.

I have a feeling, you’ll learn a lot of interesting things that may help to explain more of what is really going on.


The last thing to say, is that America is behind all this stuff with the Supreme Court, and also behind all this stuff in Gaza and the ‘wars’.

Don’t lose focus, with all the fake news trying to persuade us that one side is the ‘goodies’ and the other side is the ‘baddies’.

Both sides are controlled by the masons, with the US masons the head of the snake, and with masonic puppets in place to pull the right levers and the right times, as directed by the secret societies who are really running the show.

Follow the money.

It ALWAYS traces back to the same sources outside of Israel, whatever is actually happening here.


We are basically witnessing two ‘mafias’ fighting it out to see who gets the pie.

None of these mafias are ‘good guys’, and they only continue to get away with what they are doing to the Jewish people because they are camouflaged by about a million ‘useful idiots’, who still haven’t learned that the news is manipulation and government-controlled lies.

BH, my readers are way smarter than that.

And most of us already know that instead of throwing all our efforts and energy and arguments behind either ‘mafia’ – we need to just concentrate on spiritual stuff that will help bring the geula the sweet way, and get all these evil cartels hiding behind notions of ‘democracy’ to destroy the world, to finally fall.

May it be speedily in our days.




Apparently, the piece got resurrected here:

Maybe, it’s just me that’s being censored….

Who knows, at this point.


21 replies
  1. Scott Weisman
    Scott Weisman says:

    Very curious.

    It goes without saying today. Any post on the web that you want to preserve, should be first posted to I know people who do this routinely.

    More than once I have gone to the site to find deleted content that had one or more snapshots before the deletion. Talk about handy.

    There was a lengthy article about the mysterious mastermind behind the site not too long ago. It’s a shoestring budget affair but somehow manages to keep going. It’s very useful. There is no way to delete something posted to the site. As long as the site exists, it’s a Wayback Machine without the memory hole function. But it doesn’t spider the web. Only requested pages are archived.

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Thanks for the tip – I just tried the site, I literally had to click 15 ‘captchas’ before it would verify me….

      And then that took me to ‘’, and then when I actually put in a search time, that took me to ‘’ – and another round of captchas.

      I gave up.

      But is that normal?

  2. Simon
    Simon says:

    Who actually, in your view, was the Chabad ‘Rebbe’?
    Was he actually good, or was he corrupt?
    I know Chabad isn’t very good, and at least the Chabad ‘organization’ is best buds with the WEF.

    • Jeremy M
      Jeremy M says:

      Rule of thumb on the Lubavitcher Rebbe (and really a good general rule for gedolim): Don’t take the word of the followers that he said something or approved of a given custom. Ask for a source; see what he actually said.

      From my year in a Chabad yeshiva I don’t see a reason to think he’s evil. As far as his chassidim, he works with what he has. The King’s men in the story of the Master of Prayer were all righteous, but their followers took as a matter of faith things that weren’t true.

      I’d tell people to stay away from the farbrengens, unless you find a group that follows his guidelines about alcohol.

      • Neshama
        Neshama says:

        Yes, I agree its Stranger and Stranger. Only bits and pieces of messages coming to us from Shamayim are the Emes, and we need to train ourselves to see them!

      • Daisy
        Daisy says:

        Overall I agree with you, Rivka, I don’t like the guy either. But face it: what he said was right; he told the truth.

        And on this picture, his face is full of kindness and compassion. So he must have his good moments too. We can’t judge somebody as completely evil when they do good too, sorry.

        Still, I am not happy at all that he caused harm to the Rav – obviously.

        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          I don’t see ‘kindness and compassion’ at all….

          All the people that took the shots on people like this’s ‘say so’ and fake halachas. Where was the ‘kindness and compassion’ for them?

          No-one is completely evil. And no-one is completely good – even ‘big rabbis’. Even Moshe Rabbenu did a couple of things ‘wrong’ on his very lofty spiritual level, even David HaMelech.

  3. vivian corey
    vivian corey says:

    Everyone is entitled to
    their opinion , but honestly, these remarks about the Lubavitcher Rebbe are revolting, and certainly qualify as Loshon Hara. Rifka I’m sorry, but just as it’s horrible Loshon Hara to speak badly about Rabbi Berland, it’s equally horrible to speak about the Rebbe ztl .He was a Tzaddik, by every measure we can observe .

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      One thing I know:

      It was IMPOSSIBLE for the Rebbe to have ever been MBD.

      He descended paternally from a line of Kohanim.

      MBD has to be from the tribe of Yehuda, and has to be son after son, direct descendents from King David – with no descent from females counted.

      Given that it was IMPOSSIBLE for the Rebbe to have been MBD right from the very start – why was the mesichist movement ever allowed to take root, for so many years, even when the Rebbe himself was alive and could so easily have stopped it?

    • Daisy,
      Daisy, says:

      I agree, Vivian. I met the Lubavitcher Rebbe, ZT”L, decades ago; he was so impressive, radiant, and full of kedushah, really great. My son was so impressed with him that at the tender age of 7, he went and sat at the Rebbe’s feet for a whole hour!

      And just as I had an incredible experience with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, I had a very powerful experience with the Rav too. That is what led me to follow him.

      So one does not have to cancel the other. There are great Tzaddikim coming from various part of Am Yisrael, from every Hashkafah. They are all very good, B”H. One does not have to negate the other. Since when are all humans identical, or all Jews identical?????

    • Reuven
      Reuven says:

      Just to clarify Vivian, the laws of lashon hara do not apply to the deceased. There is a halacha that one must not slander the dead (ie by saying falsehoods), but mentioning things which are true (even if they are defamatory) is permitted. This is why we are permitted to discuss the failings of our true tzadikim, in the Torah, Tenach, etc…

  4. Rivka Levy
    Rivka Levy says:

    Yossi and Daisy – something super weird is going on with your comments.

    Every time I approve them, a second later they are automatically being ‘unapproved’.

    Daisy – I see your comments are on the blog now, but not sure if they will stay there, or if anyone else can actually see them, as they are still showing as ‘in moderation’.

    Yossi – I guess you triggered off the BADDDD censorship bot.

    Or something.

    • Yossi
      Yossi says:

      What I see now when I return to the pages I commented on this morning is:
      “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”

      I also see it on pages that I did not comment on, under the first comment on those pages. This feels more like a bug in the site. Let’s see if this comment makes it.

  5. Hava
    Hava says:

    I seem to be seeing everything. There may be a comment from Yossi I didn’t see, but I see that he is present and some (2) comments were approved. I also see Daisy’s comments.

    Let’s see what happens to mine.


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