" Some battles cannot be won."
The Anakim, the giants, are those steroid-pumped mercenaries, the thugs, the heavily armed police and army battalions of Peres, Ehud Barak, Bibi, and company, financed by our rich enemies. And just like the spies of old, our leaders got scared. They lacked the faith in God required of leaders of the Jewish People, the belief that Hashem will come to our aid if we only trust in Him, if we only have the courage to go up, and know that He will fight our battles, save us, and give us victory. It seems the rabbis themselves don't believe truly and deeply that God gave us this Land, that we have the right, no the obligation, to fight for it.
The only way to draw Hashem's grace is to have that courage, to have that faith. Without our faith Hashem will NOT come to our help. He demands of us that sacrifice, that show of trust in Him. That is a very difficult test: not every rabbi is ready to be a Rabbi Akiva, a martyr. And unfortunately we have had so many martyrs throughout the ages. On the other hand during the Holocaust we witnessed leaders, including some rabbis, who saved their own skins, hiding the truth from their followers, led them to their graves, while they themselves were led to safety. Yet there were leaders who, like the captain on the proverbial ship, got off last. In Gush Katif as well, the leaders who blinded the people were rewarded, while their victims were led to despair, misery and homelessness. Don't those leaders, those rabbis, suffer any remorse? How can they sleep at night? Or did they possibly cooperate with an evil government out of genuine concern for the survival of the people? But then whom were they really afraid of? Who was this fierce enemy they were so afraid of? Be honest; it was the israeli government, as there was not other enemy to fear there. So how could they cooperate with such an evil entity without denouncing it?
Who can blame the rabbis, though? You have to be a real hero to dare face up to the monsters. Frankly, how many of us are up to the test? An Abraham was, a Daniel was, a Rabbi Akiva was, a Mordechai was, a Nachshon ben Aminadav was, a Yehoshua was, a Caleb was; but the great majority of our leaders are simply scared.
AFTER THE FACT:
- Getting help from an unlikely source:
This article is proof - if you needed more - of the extreme and inhumane level of israeli police brutality. They have lost all legitimacy, showing the whole world that they are criminals in uniform doing the work of other criminals in power, the PTB, the NWO.
- More help in the form of listeners to Barry's show, who were shocked by my graphic report of Nazi tactics employed against innocent Jews in Yesha, and decided to alert key people abroad: the word is getting out.
- Oh how nice: interesting how they didn't notice until now - I guess there weren't enough events, right? Amona, Gush Katif, Havat Gilad, Mitzpeh Avichai, etc, etc, - I guess there weren't enough pictures, or reports... amazing what bias will do.
Bar Association: Police Violated Demonstrators' Rights
Co-chairmen Uri Keinan and Avi Himi of the Criminal Forum of the Israel Bar Association sent a letter to Police Commissioner Yochanan Danino, Sunday, complaining that a number of the approximately 80 people arrested during social-justice demonstrations, Saturday evening in Tel Aviv, were not allowed to consult with attorneys. They called it "a most important right, if not the most important right of a suspect" to guarantee due process.
Bar Association head Doron Barzilai condemned acts of vandalism on the part of demonstrators as well as the tough response of the police, explaining that the right to freedom of expression is important, but not at the expense of security, property and public order.
- I guess those leftists didn't think their demonstrations would end up helping US against the police, did they? Yesh Din: there is justice after all.
The Legal Forum for the Land of Israel demanded, Sunday, that Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein investigate the use of force by police in breaking up Saturday evening's social-justice demonstration in Tel Aviv. Forum attorney Hila Cohen said, "It appears that the use of force passed the bounds of what is proportional and reasonable for breaking up a demonstration and reached real violence, which is serious and dangerous to the safety of the public as well as to the safety of democracy."
The forum said the police had an interest in investigating these acts in order to increase public confidence by eradicating excesses that don't meet the standard of the law. It said a new body to oversee state prosecutors should oversee the police too.