07 June 2020

Highly Recommended . . .

The Great Reset Plan Revealed: How COVID Ushers In The New World Order

. . .before it is taken down. If anyone can download this to a private protected site, please do so

For months we have seen our way of life change dramatically. We have been told time and time again things will never be the same and we must accept the new normal.

Now the social engineers have revealed their hand and officially launched their solution to this crisis. The proposed solution is the Great Reset.

In this report we examine what exactly is the great reset and who is involved. We also explore what the Great Reset means for humanity as face unprecedented times.

Now is the time for a 'great reset'

World Economic Forum and UN Sign Strategic Partnership Framework

The Great Reset

What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

You may have laughed when I posted about GMO HUMANS – Science and Technology on steroids

Digital and Biologic blending inside the human body system

“The future of humanity is not human at all"

05 June 2020


by Roy Neuberger
(in Chu”l the parshios are one week previous than Eretz Yisrael (as of Shavuos))
My friends, we celebrated a beautiful Yom Tov of Shavuos last week, and suddenly the world became dark.
What is happening?
“Ulla said: May [the Messiah] come, but may I not see him! And so said Rabbah: May he come, but may I not see him! [But] Rav Yosef says: May he come, and may I merit to sit in the shadow of his donkey’s dung!”[1]
Why were Ulla and Rabbah afraid of the days before Moshiach?
The Gemora goes on to discuss what merits will save us during those tumultuous days. Rabbi Elazar enunciates the famous words: “One should occupy himself in the study of Torah and in acts of kindness.”


So why are Ulla and Rabbah afraid?

Rabbah replies, “I am afraid, lest a sin [cause me to lose whatever protection I have earned.” My friends, do you hear this! This great man was afraid of sin!
And who are we compared to Rabbah!
My friends, there is a major difference between us and Rabbah:



I have seen, in the days since Corona appears to be declining, a quick return to a casual approach to life, as if “it is all over.”

My friends, it is not all over.

Please remember that Ancient Egypt was visited with at least ten plagues before it collapsed. We are living in extremely dangerous times; we cannot afford to lower our guard. It is likely that great trials lie ahead before Moshiach comes.

I say in my recent book, Hold On: Surviving the Days Before Moshiach“The world scene today is extremely dangerous.” Those words were written a year ago. The situation has advanced since then. The world is burning.
My friends, please forgive me, but I must repeat that we have to be prepared for the collapse of the civilization founded two thousand years ago by the Children of Esau and the civilization of the Children of Yishmoel. The colossal words of the Malbim – commenting on Yechezkel ha Novi -- which preface my book, 2020 Vision, and which are repeated in Hold On, predict a gigantic upheaval before Moshiach, in which the world as we know it will implode and make way for the new world whose capital is Yerushalayim.
The travails associated with that upheaval cannot be less than fearsome. If Rabbah was afraid,[3] how urgently must we grab on to the LIFE PRESERVER -- TORAH AND ACTS OF KINDNESS -- in order to survive!
In last week’s video presentation (which you can see on my website), I mentioned a beautiful moshul[4] which I heard from Rabbi Naftali Jaeger concerning “the egg.”
What is special about an egg?
The egg is an integral part of Passover. On the Seder plate, it represents the Korban Chagiga[5]In addition, we traditionally eat an egg as part of the Seder meal.

Why an egg?

My friends, there is nothing else like an egg.

Many animals are born once, but birds (and many other animals) are born twice!

First, the mother lays the egg. But the chick is still inside and must grow and develop. Then it must peck its way out. This is intense labor; some birds even develop an external “egg tooth” to peck from the inside. When the egg cracks, the chick emerges. This is the second part of the birth process.

So it is with the Children of Israel!

We are also born twice: physically on Pesach and spiritually on Shavuos!  In Mitzraim[6] we were born physically. When we left Egypt, we were still at the level of “mem-tes sha’are tumah,” the forty-ninth level of impurity, carrying a slave mentality, unprepared to receive the Torah.

We then marched forty-nine days to Mount Sinai under the leadership of Moshe Rabbei-nu.[7] By the time we arrived, we had worked hard to shed enough impurity to enable us to receive the Torah. We had “cracked the shell” of our enslavement to the culture of Mitzraim. On Shavuos we broke out!

This is the second part of the birth process.

What about after now, after Shavuos? Is the process finished?

Not at all! Our spiritual growth now enters a new phase.
The chick has emerged from its shell. Its little wings are incapable of lifting. It may fall out of the nest! It must learn to fly! Its mother teaches it to trust its wings. Finally, it is ready to take off! Off it goes, tentatively at first, then stronger, and soon it is soaring upward on the wind. Seemingly, it can reach the heavens!
On Shavuos, we emerge from our shell. We have wings of Torah, but we don’t know how to use them. As we grow spiritually, we find that, while remaining part of this world, we can also soar above the world. If we are going to live as Hashem intended, then we are going to have to use those wings to soar upward toward the heavens, above the traps and troubles which beset those who cannot fly.
Beraisa was taught in the Academy of Eliyahu describing survival during Chevlei Moshiach“The Holy One, Blessed is He, will make them wings like the eagles, and they will glide over the water [in safety] …. Therefore, we shall not fear when the earth is transformed and when the mountains collapse in the heart of the seas … and those who hope in Hashem shall have renewed strength. They shall sprout wings like eagles. They shall run and not be weary. They shall walk and not be faint.”[8] 
My friends, if we strengthen our wings of Torah and our acts of kindnessthen we may merit to see the glorious days in which the entire world will be renewed, as the prophet says, “Ki mi Tzion taitzai torah u’d’var Hashem mi Yerushalayim … And Torah will go forth from Tzion and the Word of Hashem from Yerushalayim!”[9]

[1] Sanhedrin 98b
[2] Ezekiel the Prophet
[3] See above
[4] A parable
[5] The festival sacrifice brought in the Holy Temple
[6] Biblical Egypt
[7] Moses
[8] Sanhedrin 92a/b
[9] Yeshiah 2:3

The Mother Bird (Dove) and the Egg

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Rabbi Kahana and Beha’alotcha – Plague of Human Locusts

Parashat Beha’alotcha 5780
Rabbi Nachman Kahana

Plague of Human Locusts

I viewed today a video of human locusts descending upon Macy’s department store in New York. In itself this is a tragic sight, but ever more so when taking into account that this scene has repeated itself in many places across the US.
The President is taking a forceful position and will soon order the US army to fill the void created by either incompetence or understaffed local police and National Guard.
The President has realized that the respective law enforcement agencies are ineffective and drastically understaffed. He will by necessity, as I have predicted and warned many times in the past, reintroduce the Selective Service bill (draft) which was nullified in the 1970s.
There are many thoughts which I want to share with you, dear reader, this week, however they all pale before the most clear, pressing, and important message: send your children to Israel now.
Get them away from the inevitable insatiable appetite of the draft. To yeshivot Yes, to university Yes, to the IDF Yes, to pick vegetables in the Negev Yes; just send them here.
Once the bill is passed your lives will take a turn for the worse.
B careful B healthy B HERE
Shabbat Shalom,
Nachman Kahana
Copyright © 5780/2020 Nachman Kahana
Note: these are a few of many news reports of the Macy’s looting (not necessarily the one that Rabbi Kahana viewed) and rioting in NYC
Macy’s Looting

Rabbi Kahana – US Selective Service Act and the Jews

Rabbi Kahana, again this week, mentions the Selective Service Act and the warning to American Jews that your children are not safe. I found this, written in last year for Parshat Bechukotai and thought it important to repost.
Bechukotai 5779
Parashat Bechukotai 5779

Rabbi Nachman Kahana

The U.S. Military is in Serious Trouble
“The report notes that the United States now faces five rising challenges—China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and transnational terrorism; yet has fewer military forces than at any time since the end of World War II.”

A report of the National Defense Strategy Commission contains conclusions with profound implications for U.S. national security. In sixty-four pages of plain language, the commission paints an extraordinarily troubling picture of the state of U.S. national defenses, calling our present situation a “grave crisis” demanding “extraordinary urgency.”

The air force is undermanned with hundreds of pilots and many more planes needed to deal with the pending dangers. The navy is in need of many more new ships and those now in service need to be upgraded. And the army requires many more divisions to make up the deficit of a half million men.

This dire situation was caused by President Obama who withheld huge sums of money from the military.

The realities of “real politic” will force the loyal Americans in Congress to dramatically increase the military budget. These realities are the North Korean threat, China’s military expansionism in the Pacific and South East Asia, the planned monopolization of raw materials in Africa by the Chinese, the Iranian nuclear threat and their plans to engulf the oil rich states of the Gulf, and Islamic expansion in Africa. All these and much more will force President Trump or the one who will follow him, to sign bills to expand the US military as never before. To this add the necessity to have a very large internal police force as part of the Department of Homeland Security.

And as the military grows, the inevitable result will be its growing influence on the government and the nation’s legal process.

But what does this have to do with the Jewish communities of America?

Answer: It will create a situation whereby aliya will be difficult for many families and close to impossible for others.

The increase in military might and the very large internal police force of the Department for Homeland Security will, by necessity, require the reinstatement of the Selective Service Act. Your sons and daughters will be drafted into the US army.

There will be no exemptions for divinity students, and no more one or two-year learning stints in a yeshiva in Eretz Yisrael. When the law is reenacted, young men and women from the ages of 14 to 28 will be prohibited from leaving the country.

To make matters worse, it will be necessary to limit the dollar flow out of the country in order to finance such a large internal and external military.

Between the draft and the limited foreign spending, aliya will become a dead issue.

Following is a short story I wrote, which appears in the first volume of my book “With All Your Might,” to illustrate the point:

The phone rang in the nearly empty, topsy-turvy home of the Levines as they prepare for their aliya to Eretz Yisrael.

Mrs. Beth Levine nervously let the wrapping cord fall from her hand as she ran to answer the phone. Too late. The light on the phone’s base signaled that there was a recorded message.

She pushed the “play” button and a familiar voice spoke: “Hello, this is Miri from Nefesh b’Nefesh. I have two messages for you; a happy one and another, a bit disappointing. The movers will be coming to your home tomorrow morning, Monday, at exactly 7:00 AM, so please be ready. And the not so happy news…I know how much you wanted the three ABC seats by the window, because of your names Al, Beth and Carol, plus the adjoining D seat of the middle section for David, on this Thursday’s flight. But because you are a family of four you were assigned the four DEFG seats in the middle section. In any event, the thrill of going on aliya will certainly overshadow such minor irritations. Aliya tova!”

Miri was so right, Mrs. Levine thought to herself. The thrill of a dream-come-true leaves no room for such mundane issues as seating on a plane; although it would have been nice to see the coastline of Israel drawing closer as the “wings of eagles” brought them home.

Al and Beth Levine had decided to come on aliya five years ago, when Carol was ten and David had his bar-mitzva. However, it took five years for Al to find a suitable replacement in his law firm; in addition, selling the house for the right price was a protracted process. But thank God, the local shul bought it to serve as the community home for whichever rabbi would be serving at the time.

In the interim, the Levines kept up with current events in Israel, as well as developments in the Middle East, and kept their dream alive.

Tensions were high. Iran, patron of the murderous Hezbollah and Hamas gangs, continued to develop a nuclear capacity. The United Nations Security Council passed a limited economic boycott resolution against Iran, and in an angry knee-jerk response, the Iranians decreased their sale of oil, causing the world price to jump to $100 a barrel! As if this was not bad enough, Venezuela’s leftist president signed a ten-year agreement to sell its oil exclusively to China, which brought the price of gas at the pump to $7 a gallon, with no sign that this would be the final price.

But none of this could detract from their decision to come on aliya.

David is to begin Bar Ilan University right after the holidays and Carol is registered in the Ulpan in Kiryat Arba. David was the crisis person in the decision. Youngsters of his age in Israel are drafted into the IDF, but David was promised that he would be permitted to finish his BA uninterrupted by army service.

With this issue behind them, there was really nothing to prevent the Levines from taking the step of a lifetime.

The one annoying factor in their aliya was the attitude of some relatives and friends, who, perhaps for reasons of jealousy or personal weakness, were very critical their plans. “What’s the rush? Wait until the children finish school. You’re now at your peak earning power. Is this the time to leave?”

On the other hand, the Rabbi was wonderful. On Shabbat, he spoke from the pulpit on the mitzvah of living in Eretz Yisrael. He praised the Levines, saying how they would be missed in the many areas of their community involvement. Al for giving up his Sundays in order to coach the shul’s little league team; Beth for being the Shabbat kiddish coordinator; Carol for helping her mother with the kiddishes and David for managing the shul’s teen activities.

But, of course, the Rabbi was careful to point out that the mitzvah of living in Eretz Yisrael was in the category of a four-cornered garment, which although not mandatory to wear, if one should do so he would be required to attach to it tzitzit and merit a mitzvah. So too, one is not required to “go up to the land” until the Mashiach comes, but if one should do so he merits a great mitzvah.

To their skeptical friends and relatives, Al would respond that there have been so many warnings of late that the time has come to go home. So, if not now, when?

The following day, on Monday, true to Miri’s message, the movers arrived at 7:00 AM sharp to take all the worldly possessions of the Levine family to the packing company, and from there to Israel.

Packing was an unforgettable experience.

Beth Levine stood wondering how they “succeeded” in 20 years of marriage to accumulate so much “stuff”. They began in the attic, which served as a nostalgic trip into the past. Many memories were evoked as they rummaged through their possessions. The less-than-modest wedding gown which Mrs. Levine did not want her Carol to see. A 78 RPM record player, Al’s catcher’s mitt, which he could not part with. Old photographs from the Pineview and Pioneer Hotels and summer camps. How these experiences have sweetened with time.

But life goes on. And with a mental scissors, they will be severed in the light of the new life in the Promised Land.

Eventually, much was given away, more was thrown out, and the necessary articles were now packed in cartons to be shipped off.

In the packing process, the Levines concluded that Moshe Rabbeinu was so right in ordering the Jews to leave with only a few matzot, because if they would have been permitted to bring their possessions, we would still be in Mitzrayim.

Ten in the morning and the movers had finished about half the work. A Western Union messenger suddenly arrived with a telegram for Mr. David Levine.

Al signed for it, opened the envelope and read aloud.

“Greetings. You are hereby informed that The President of the United States of America and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, and Congress in emergency session, have passed the Selective Service Act of 2013, to be enforced immediately. You are hereby ordered to report on May 14, 2013 to the Induction Center at 1948 Independence Avenue for induction into the armed services for a period of not less than three years. You will be sent to Paris Island, Georgia, to commence basic training as a proud United States Marine. Your passport will be on hold until the completion of your military service. Good luck and God’s speed to you in the service of your country.”

Al handed the telegram to Beth as the phone suddenly rang. He got there too late to answer, but the light on the phone’s base signaled that there was a recorded message.

Al pushed the “play” button and a familiar voice sounded.

“Hello, this is Miri again from Nefesh b’Nefesh. Good news. Due to several unexpected last-minute cancellations we have been able to get for you the three ABC seats near the window and the D in the middle. Derech Tze’lei’cha.”

HaShem works with a stopwatch!

But, unfortunately for the Jews of America, the reply of their rabbinic halachic experts will simply be that as citizens of the United States, which has given so much to the Jewish people, if there will be a draft then it would be a Torah obligation to close the Gamarot and answer the call.

 Here in The Land…

There is an anecdote which is no longer relevant. Why did the Jews wander for 40 years in the desert before coming into Eretz Yisrael? Because Moshe was searching for a place in the Middle East where there was not one drop of oil or gas.

Today, Baruch HaShem, in view of the huge gas and oil finds in the waters off our coast, Israel will soon be a major gas exporter. In fact, our gas finds are the largest ones discovered in the world in the last decade.

The oil in the ground of the Medina which can be released by fracking is estimated to be larger than the oil reserves in Saudi Arabia!

Not bad for a country the size of New Jersey, whose claim to be the Torah capital of the world goes unchallenged. Whose scientific achievements are at the cutting edge of all scientific disciplines. Whose military, although small, is the smartest in the world which the three hundred million Arabs in the immediate vicinity do not dare to challenge.

In Medinat Yisrael, reality is not what you see but what the hand of HaShem performs behind the curtains of history.

HaShem still has much to do here before we can sit back and celebrate the coveted “yom sh’kulo shabbat” – a time which will be as a never-ending Shabbat. But it WILL happen, and happy is the Jew, in this world and in the next, who merits to take part in the return of HaShem’s shechina (holy spirit) to Eretz Yisrael.

Shabbat Shalom,
Nachman Kahana

Copyright © 5779/2019 Nachman Kahana

Rabbi WInston – BeHa'aloscha

Miriam and Aharon spoke against Moshe regarding the Cushite woman he had married… 
(Bamidbar 12:1)

AT THE END of this week’s parsha, Miriam and Aharon consult about their brother’s marital relationship. Apparently Tzipporah, their sister-in-law, had let slip a complaint about being married to a prophet of G–D, and they thought that maybe they should try to bring Moshe back down to earth a little, for the sake of his family.

In the end, it turned out that they had been in the wrong, and G–D told them so. Miriam ended upon with tzara’as, and according to the Talmud, Aharon as well. Apparently they had spoken loshon hara about Moshe, and even though it had been for all the right reasons, G–D still took them to task for it. 

At the heart of the matter is a separate mitzvah, the obligation to judge another to the side of merit. If Miriam and Aharon had assumed that Moshe Rabbeinu had good reason for his actions, their loshon hara would never have occurred, and neither would the tzara’as that came as a result. 

The Talmud, when discussing this seemingly very important mitzvah also provides examples of the extent to which it goes (Shabbos 127b). The first example is of a wealthy man who could not pay his worker what he owed him. The worker asked for his money, and when his employer said that he had none, the worker then asked for other things of value, just to get paid before returning home to his family. He did not wish to come home to his family empty-handed.

No such luck. To each request the employer said no, each time saying he was unable to comply but never giving a reason why. When the worker figured he had run out of options, he threw his sack over his shoulder and headed home disheartened. But never once did he ask his employer for an explanation, or accuse him of lying and trying to shortchange him. He just accepted the answers and his fate and went on his non-merry way.

Shortly after the holiday, the employer loaded up his donkeys with food, drink, and money. Then he headed off for his employee’s home. After feasting with him and paying him his due, he asked his worker, “When I told you I had no money, possessions, produce, etc.,” what did you suspect? 

For each thing, the employee gave a reason that absolved his employer of any wrongdoing. Each time, though he could have easily suspected his employer of no-good, the worker instead assumed that some unforeseen circumstance had come up, that had prevented his employer from making good on his debt. As heartbroken as he had been to have worked so hard and not bring anything home to his family to show for it, he never allowed himself to turn against his employer. He always judged his boss to the side of merit. 

Then came the punchline: “Everything you assumed in my merit was exactly what had happened. As you have judged me to the side of merit, may G–D always judge you to the side of merit.” 

The story gets at least two “Wows.” The first “wow” is for the employee who had the wherewithal to judge his employer to the side of merit to such an extreme. I think that most people would have started with the accusations and arguing much earlier, especially while making their humble request on such a wealthy estate. I know my yetzer hara has a difficult time believing in the honesty of others, especially in situations similar to this one.

The second “wow” is for how every weird situation the employee had imagined, had actually been the weird truth. To be right about one or two of them would have been something. But ALL of them? It seems a little much, yet the Talmud reports that’s the way it was.

The truth is that in everyday life we’ve all seen how our negative assumptions about people or situations can end up being wrong, as logical as they seemed at the time. A lot of the time there IS a good reason for what doesn’t work out the way WE plan. The “egg” ends up on our face, not on the face of the assumed guilty party. The point of the Talmud therefore should be well-taken.

The only problem with the stories from the Talmud (there are two) is the language used. When the employer later questions his worker about his assumptions, and the rebi, his students about his behavior, they don’t ask, “What did you think…” or “What was your assumption.” They instead say, “What did you SUSPECT me of?” THEY suspect that the other side has SUSPECTED them, who could have asked in turn, “What did YOU suspect ME of suspecting YOU?”

There is a phrase, “kabdayhu v’chashdahu—honor and suspect.” It means that even when you suspect someone of no good against you, still show them respect while keeping an eye out for what they might do. Had Gedaliah ben Achikam approached his “guest” this way, perhaps he would not have been assassinated by him, and the Babylonian exile would not have been so total.

On the other hand, perhaps Gedaliah was trying for something loftier. Maybe he was saying, “Even though I have great reason to suspect my guest as someone dangerous to me, I will fight off that urge and judge him to the side of merit anyhow!” Perhaps his approach to suspicion is the one the Talmud is trying to teach us.

The employer knew full well that all the evidence was against his claims, and that his employee had every right to suspect him of fraud. Though he may have “honored” him by not yelling, “Liar! How can you possibly have no money to pay me when you are surrounded by your own wealth!” he had to have at least harbored such feelings in his heart, and justifiably so.

The “chiddush” was that the employee didn’t even think such accusations to himself. Instead, as the Talmud later reveals, he devised all kinds of answers to the circumstances that left his employer innocent and honorable. And not only had he been right, thanks to Divine Providence that wanted to MAKE him right, but he was rewarded for it, in this world and the next one. 

The moral of the Talmud: Great is the person who can suspect and honor someone  who seems to be suspicious. Even greater is the person who not only honors them, but doesn’t suspect them at all, finding legitimate reasons for what appears to everyone else as transgressions.

The only question is about Gedaliah. He was neither rewarded in this world or the next one for his complete turning of the other cheek. On the contrary, it cost him his life, and cost the Jewish people the only thread of independence that they had left  after Nebuchadnetzar had destroyed the Temple and exiled the rest of the nation. What was the difference?

What was the difference? We must keep in mind the person you are dealing with. If someone’s reputation of deceit precedes them, meaning they have indeed been proven to be dangerous on some level, then it becomes one’s halachic obligation to keep an eye on them. The mitzvah to guard one’s health alone dictates this. In some instances, you may not even have to honor them at all.

But if the person under suspicion has no previous record of guilt, or just the opposite, if they have been known for their honesty, then you should ONLY honor them, and not suspect them. Not only will they not pose a threat to you, but if for some reason, they have changed their ways, G–D will see to it that they will not harm you .

Surely Moshe Rabbeinu fit that bill. As G–D tells Moshe’s well-meaning siblings, “You’re talking about the great Moshe Rabbeinu, humblest man on the face of the earth, completely trusted in My house, and the greatest prophet that will have even lived! There was nothing to suspect him of…AT ALL!”

It is ironic that G–D inflicted them with tzara’as. As Rashi points out back in Parashas Tazria, tzara’as means having to go into quarantine. This is because people, through their loshon hara, end up distancing people from one another, like a husband and a wife, for example. In this case, Miriam and Aharon had spoken as they had to in order to devise a way to bring husband and wife closer!

There is another lesson for the person who does not judge a “good” person to the side of merit. Your suspicions about them, even with the best of intentions, will only backfire, accomplishing the opposite of what might have been intended for good. It may not be the main point of the parsha, but it is certainly a crucial one.

UPDATE: Annexation or is it Sovereignty? What's the Difference? Netanyahu uses Both Terms.

Netanyahu is trying to make his own Deal of the Century 
Netanyahu: If America Allows Annexation, We’ll Have to Make Concessions
In a meeting with the Judea Samaria Council (Yesha) regional heads, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed that the White House has backtracked on its original plan to approve unilateral annexation. He added that it is also possible that in the end, they won’t give the green light for the annexation of parts of Judea and Samaria Kann reports.

According to those who attended the meetings, Netanyahu told the settler leaders that “If we get authorization to assert sovereignty, we’ll have to give something in return.” That thing is an agreement in principle to a Palestinian state the report states.

The report adds that in the meeting, settler leaders tried to separate the issue of annexation and enabling a Palestinian state however that attempt failed.

Netanyahu tried to pull a “Cornering Tactic” But Settler Council didn’t fall for the threat
At that point Netanyahu insinuated what would happen should Biden win the November elections saying: “Under a different government, with a different plan, they would demand that we evacuate (Judea and Samaria).” To that the council heads responded: “we’d rather swim in a sewer than drown in fresh water.” Breaking News

This morning in the JPost, “Settler leader refuses to apologize to Trump!” Just Why Should he apologize?? Israelis do not have to commit ‘hari kari’ for any foreign leader. Trump is doing good things in the name of  “the ‘Good’” and protects Jews, but splitting Eretz Yisrael and giving our land to Arabs for a “State” is definitely not kosher!


Am Yisrael Chai . . . Ain Od Milvado

UPDATE: Up and Down, Second Wave, No Wave, Spike, No Spike, Just Plain Viral Flu

Don’t let the see-saw information from the CDC and WHO drive you bananas!
Masks, No Masks, Lockdown, No Lockdown, 
Social Distancing (a good thing, and a bit of morality). 
If more than 85% of Israelis go through the virus successfully, there will be HERD IMMUNITY. The current spike will lead to Herd Immunity if they are treated immediately with hydroxychloroquine, Zpak and Zinc. Don’t be stubborn! So think twice before “lockdown” and/or sending kids home or to a “lockdown hotel” And think twice before putting patients on “ventilators/respirators”, treat them with OXYGEN, their blood needs oxygen to circulate through the body. Without oxygen patients lose consciousness.


AS THE CORONAVIRUS FADES The latest estimates show that Covid-19 is nowhere near as lethal as early models claimed, yet yet the mainstream media have been mum on the subject, prompting some prominent lockdown critics to ask why that might be the case.

A NEW “EVENT” is the DS White Antifa thugs, usurping the non-violent Lloyd Black protesters, and infiltrating them, provoking chaos, destroying their businesses, and trying to create a class war.
Do expect more such “EVENTS” one after the other in order to attack Trump and prevent an election.

But it won’t work, people WILL respond at the voting booth in November

04 June 2020

42 Letters in the Name of HaShem

42 [are the letters in the name of Hashem]

Right before Rabbi Mordechai Gurary z”l died of coronavirus, the prominent Torah scholar who served as the rabbi of the Chevra Shas synagogue in NYC made a video address asking God for miracles to save the Jewish community from the Chinese pandemic.

From beyond the grave we have words of wisdom to swallow hard (and he addresses the Leftists of Israel:

But to date, forty-two rabbis have died from coronavirus, all from the diaspora. And although there is a comparable amount of orthodox rabbis in the diaspora, none of the deceased are from Israel. Below is a list of the deceased rabbis and where they are from:

New York

Reb Berl Kohn, z”l, 95 years old.
Reb Aharon Leib Schneid, zt”l
Reb Yeshaya Englard, z”l, 66 years old.
Reb Avraham Yaakov Katz, z”l (Boro Park-Linden), 71 years old
Reb Yisroel (Izzy) Fogel Z”L from Boro Park.
Reb Zvi Yehuda Schmidt, z”l, one of the owners of the Paskez Candy company.
Reb Yitzchok Banash Z”L. He was 50 years old.
Reb Mordechai Zev Halberstam Z”L, 42-years-old, from the Bobover Kehillah.
Reb Dovid Don Reiss z”l, 77-years-old, and a prominent Belzer Chosid.
Reb Aharon Hersh Kleinman, z”l.
Reb Yitzchak Warman, 91 years old. Comptroller of Women’s League.
Rav Yosef Yitzchak Grossman, z”l, age 65, leaving behind his wife Leah and six children.
Reb Aryeh Roth, an elder Sanzer chassid who recently moved to Boro Park from Bnei Brak.
Reb Yisroel Menachem Rosenberg, z”l, 70 years old. Shamash in Swan Lake shul.
Reb Avraham (Romi) Kohn, z”l, 92 years old
Reb Mordechai Zev Halberstadt, z”l
Reb Dovid Farkash, z”l
Reb Tzvi Elimelech Hoenig, z”l, 48 years old.Reb Boruch Hersh Feder zt”l. 73 years old, a long-time melamed in Satmar of Williamsburg.
Reb Avraham Yehoshua Freund, z”l
Reb Slomo Zev Fried, z”l
Reb Yechiel Michel Rosenfeld, z”l
Reb Tzvi Elimelech Kahana, z”l
Reb Mordechai Mendel Gutman, z”l, 55 years old.
Hagaon HaRav Shimon Susholtz, zt”l, Mora D’asra of Cong Keren Orah in Kensington.
Harav Yaakov Yitzchak Speigel, zt”l, Ostrov-Kalishiner Rebbe
Harav Yisroel Yechezkel Plutchok, zt”l, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Derech Chaim, upper 70s.
Reb Moishe Leifer, z”l, Lawrence
Reb Pinchos Tzvi Elimelech Goldminzer, z”l, New Square
Rabbi Gershon Sabel, z”l, Executive at Yedei Chesed for special needs community in Monsey.
Rav Chaim Tzvi Dovid Konikov ,z”l, Rebbi for many years at Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim, eminent ba’al koreh, age 58.
Harav Mordechai Gurary, Rav of the Chevra Shas Shul, one of the most prominent Rabbanim in Crown Heights, age 84.

Reb Avrohom Eliezer Gordon, z”l. Long time Rebbi in Yeshiva Bais Dovid of Monsey.
Rabbi Avraham Levi Bressler, z”l, Rosh Chaburah and mechaber of seforim.
Rabbi Chaim Weil, z”l.
R’ Lipa Friedrich, z”l, Monsey, 39 years old
Rav Menachem Mordechai Nissim, z”l, age 69.

Los Angeles
Harav Nachman Morgan, z”l, Los Angeles

Reb Avraham Yechiel Krauss, z”l, 67 years old.

Harav Uri Ashkenazi, Stanislover Rebbe, zy”a, London

Harav Masoud Chumu, zt”l. Age 72
Harav Masoud Tovol, zt”l. Age 60.


There were many, many more who left this world for another, some were not Rabbis, but probably some were Rabbis, but not practicing.  I hope this does not bother anyone, but if so, forgive me for posting this. Each name was a Jewish neshoma, each one an entire world; so many memories, so much wisdom gone. Thanks to Breaking News

Roy and Leah Neuberger – JWWS Online Summit 2020 Schedule


Leah and Roy Neuberger

Dear Friends:

Leah and I will be presenting a video program next Sunday, June 7 at the Jerusalem Women’s Writers’ Conference. The time is 4:30 to 5:05 pm in Israel and 9:30 to 10:05 a.m. in the Eastern U. S. Time Zone. If anyone would like to register to join this two-day conference, you can go to the following website: thejwws.com

Best wishes and blessings, Roy Neuberger


Dear Friends:

Feldheim Publishers, our book distributor, is now having a 20% off sale from now until June 15. All my books are available at discount prices.

For example, HOLD ON: Surviving the Days Before Moshiach is now selling for $11.19.

Also available at 20% off:

WORLDSTORM: Finding Meaning & Direction Amidst Today’s World Crisis


Best wishes, Roy Neuberger


State Bar Group Calls for 'Mandatory' COVID-19 Vaccinations, Regardless of Objections  law.com

Are other states going to implement the same??
"Some Americans may push back on the COVID-19 vaccination for religious, philosophical or personal reasons,” says the report released on Thursday by the NYSBA, but, it says, “for the sake of public health, mandatory vaccinations for COVID-19 should be required in the United States as soon as it is available.”
this is an excuse to ‘shtip' you with toxins 
that aim to kill you . . . coronavirus weaker than the flu
Citing a robust collection of federal and state case law, a New York State Bar Association task-force group on Thursday said it should be mandatory for all Americans to have a COVID-19 vaccination, when one is available, including those who won’t want it for “religious, philosophical or personal reasons.”

The one and only exception, says the bar association group’s report—which calls for legislation to be enacted—should be for people who shouldn’t medically have the vaccination, as directed by their doctors.

Making a legally backed argument on pages 60-63 of a newly released report on the “unique” legal and ethical issues brought forward by the global pandemic, the Health Law Section of the bar association writes that “some Americans may push back on the COVID-19 vaccination for religious, philosophical or personal reasons,” but “for the sake of public health, mandatory vaccinations for COVID-19 should be required in the United States as soon as it is available.”

“Mandatory vaccinations are supported by the authority of the state police power when the vaccinations are necessary to protect the health of the community,” the group writes in the report, while citing the 1905 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Jacobson v. Massachusetts.

Pointing to several constitutional law-focused cases, including the Supreme Court’s 1990 decision in Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Dept. of Health, the group also says, “Constitutional challenges under the religious freedom clause under the First Amendment and under the substantive due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment have failed, when the individual interests are not strong enough to outweigh the public benefit.”

The 84-page report—covering topics ranging from the call to adopt uniform standards for allocation of personal protective equipment and ventilators when resources are scarce, to “action steps” to help fight against health-care system inequities affecting the nation’s poorest and most “vulnerable populations”—was produced by a 13-member task force appointed by the Health Law Section. On June 13, a governing body of the bar association will vote on whether, as a full organization, to adopt the task force and health group’s recommendations, including the stance on COVID-19 vaccinations.

“As the [COVID-19] crisis began to unfold,” says the report, bar association president Hank Greenberg asked the section to prepare a report on COVID-19-related legal issues. The task force, staffed by all lawyers and led by Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey—an attorney who also holds a master’s degree in public health and a PhD in gerontological social work research, according to her LinkedIn page—met twice weekly from March 13 to April 24. The group consulted with medicine and bioethics experts “on issues of concern,” it added.

In its section on legal and ethical issues surrounding the potential controversy over which Americans should be vaccinated for COVID-19, assuming a workable vaccine is developed, the health group, citing state case law, wrote that New York’s courts “have found that religious, personal or ‘unsupported … medical literature’” are not persuasive.

The report also said that “healthcare workers and parents of unvaccinated children have unsuccessfully challenged compulsory vaccination on administrative law grounds—questioning the NYS [New York State] and NYC Department of Health’s authority in mandating flu and measles vaccinations, as well as challenging the regulations as arbitrary and capricious.”

“The courts found the policies mandating that healthcare workers be vaccinated for influenza, and children vaccinated for measles during an outbreak, were not arbitrary and capricious and the regulations were promulgated under proper authority,” says the report. It also notes that “on June 13, 2019, the religious exemption for vaccinating school-attending children was repealed.”

The report states, “The gravity of COVID-19 presents compelling justification for State legislatures and Congress to mandate a COVID-19 vaccination.”

In an “Executive Summary” section, the report notes that “over 22,000 New Yorkers have lost their lives to date, based upon New York State Department of Health data, … reported through the period ending May 13, 2020.”

It adds that “in addressing the legal and ethical issues confronted by the health system, we must not forget the human face of COVID-19, the persons, families and communities affected by the pandemic, and the unspeakable assaults on the fabric of human life—loved ones dying alone in sterile hospital rooms, unemployment and food insecurity, the loss of sociality, and depths of bereavement and despair unknown in generations, at least in the western world.”

The report is dedicated, it says, to “New York’s health care workers and workers in service jobs on the front lines of the pandemic.”

practically all NY health care workers stuffed ventilators on everyone because they were afraid to administer Oxygen and they all practically died from asphyxiation.
Nearly all deaths in NY were in (Cuomo) Nursing Homes

Please read Rabbis Call for Contact Tracing

Vaccine Troubling Results

COVID-19 Vaccines: Continuing the Long History of Medical Experimentation on Children
By the Children’s Health Defense Team

May 22 was a banner day for the encroaching global vaccine police state, with three announcements from the UK signaling what we can surely also expect on this side of the Atlantic. First, the entities rushing to develop an experimental chimpanzee-derived COVID-19 injection—the conflict-of-interest-ridden Oxford Vaccine Group, Oxford’s Jenner Institute and pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca—announced the imminent expansion of their clinical trials to a wider age range, including children aged 5 to 12 years, despite “troubling results” when they administered the vaccine to rhesus monkeys.

Endorsing the scale-up of the experiment to more than 30,000 eventual participants, including a trial to evaluate the vaccine in young children, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) immediately awarded a generous “$1.2 billion cash injection” for the UK effort (provided without any input from economically strapped American taxpayers). Then, to cap the day off, a UK Court of Appeal ominously ruled that local authorities can vaccinate children in foster care against their parents’ wishes, deploying the argument that “it is in the best interests of children to be immunised unless there is a specific reason for them not to be.”

Anyone who has been paying a modicum of attention knows where the vaccine cartel wants this to end up—with a mandated injection that will sneak high-risk gene-altering nanoparticles, Trojan-horse-style, into our children, and eventually, into all of us. However, the use of children as a wedge to implement mandates for adults—the age group most affected by COVID-19—would deny children the equal protection of law because the vaccine will not be primarily for their benefit.

A first step on this slippery slope will be to persuade unwitting parents to offer up their children on the altar of COVID-19 vaccine experimentation. It is unclear how the researchers will go about convincing parents to take this step, particularly because the most recent evidence—a systematic review of 45 scientific papers and letters—confirms that children account for only 1% to 5% of diagnosed COVID-19 cases and experience a milder course of disease, a better prognosis than adults, and death “extremely” rarely. Subjecting children to the hazards of clinical trials for a risk this low is perverse.

A trail of destruction
The COVID-19 imbroglio is far from the first time that children—unable to provide their own informed consent—have been roped into medical experiments. In 2003, Vera Sharav of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP) described how the use of children and adolescents in “ever more speculative experiments” has frequently put youth “at risk of harm for profit,” particularly following passage in 1997 of the ironically named Better Pharmaceuticals for Children Act (part of the FDA Modernization Act). According to Sharav, the Act launched a “backdoor” and an industry-friendly reshaping of the very notions of “potential benefit” and “minimal risk,” effectively depriving children of more protective federal regulations and opening up widespread opportunities for children’s exploitation; some at the FDA even suggested “that for research purposes, death may be classified as a ‘minimal risk.’” When Sharav served on the Children’s Workgroup of the National Human Research Protection Advisory Committee, she was the sole committee member to object to the increased use of children in high-risk medical experiments.

Sharav’s website includes many examples illustrating the sordid underbelly of global and domestic childhood vaccine programs. In fact, it is hard not to construe the entire zero-liability childhood vaccination program as a mass experiment—one that willingly exposes children to risk in exchange for profit. U.S. children receive dozens of doses of vaccines that have never been evaluated in combination, nor tested against an inert placebo, nor meaningfully assessed for individual or synergistic toxicity, nor compared against protective health measures used by unvaccinated children. Unfortunately, lack of awareness and the widespread failure to report vaccine adverse events have allowed the damage caused by this ongoing experiment to remain invisible to many. On the other hand, some vaccines have produced such disastrous outcomes that the devastation has been impossible to ignore. To cite only a handful of U.S. examples:
  • In the 1870s, doctors reported a doubling of smallpox mortality after the introduction of smallpox vaccination.
  • Beginning in 1955, researchers engaged in two decades of experimentation on mentally disabled children at New York’s Willowbrook State School, intentionally infecting children with hepatitis to further vaccine development.
  • In the mid-1950s, regulators fast-tracked the Salk polio vaccine after a scant two hours of deliberation, leading to dramatic spikes in polio; most infamously, over 200,000 unsuspecting children received a defective batch of the vaccine (made by Cutter Laboratories), resulting in at least 40,000 cases of polio and 10 deaths.
  • In the 1960s, researchers administered an untried vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) to infants and young children, stimulating an “unbalanced immune response” that “potentiated” disease, sent many to the hospital and killed two.
  • Also in the 1960s, administration of the Sabin polio vaccine exposed millions of young Americans to the cancer-causing viral contaminant SV40.
  • In 1976, public health workers gave an experimental swine flu vaccine to one-quarter of the U.S. population, including many children—the vaccine killed at least 25 individuals and left hundreds with Guillain-Barré syndrome. Thirty years later, ignoring this toll of injuries and death, the then-director of the CDC approvingly stated, “it is better to err on the side of overreaction than underreaction.”
  • In the late 1990s, the FDA licensed a rotavirus vaccine for infants that it knew in advance was linked to a painful and potentially fatal intestinal complication called intussusception. Though it withdrew the vaccine in 1999, the agency then allowed two other rotavirus vaccines to remain on the market; both are known to not only have similar intussusception risks but to be contaminated with foreign DNA from pig viruses.
In what Judicial Watch terms a “large-scale public health experiment,” the FDA has repeatedly given fast-tracked approval to the likely fraudulent Gardasil and Gardasil 9 vaccines—perhaps the most dangerous vaccines ever invented
Vaccine programs’ insistence on pertussis vaccination has led to record-high levels of pertussis, largely in vaccinated children, and the emergence of vaccine-resistant strains.

In 2019, the FDA approved a dengue vaccine for U.S. children, undaunted by its track record in the Philippines, where the vaccine triggered hundreds of pediatric hospitalizations and deaths.

A line in the sand?
Will American parents finally draw a line in the sand with COVID-19 vaccines? Currently, about half of U.S. adults are leery of COVID-19 vaccination, with 70% of potential refusers saying that they are concerned about safety. Could this be because over half of all American children now live with at least one chronic illness, and their beleaguered families have learned the hard way that vaccines are a major contributor?

Some American parents may also know enough to read between the lines of recent upbeat press releases about COVID-19 vaccines. In the case of the experimental Oxford vaccine that researchers now want to rush into young children’s bodies, AstraZeneca’s CEO has chosen not to dwell on the fact that the vaccine resulted in across-the-board illness in monkeys. Instead, unable to restrain his excitement about the infusion of over a billion in HHS cash, he describes the accelerated vaccine development process as “a fantastic experience” and proclaims, “I’ve never seen anything move that fast.”

Meanwhile, vigilant parents may also have noticed that the headline-grabbing Moderna vaccine just produced severe illness in four out of 45 participants (9%). One of these, a 29-year-old, described feeling “more sick than he ever has before”; fainting after an urgent care visit, “his girlfriend caught him and kept his head from hitting the floor.”

Vera Sharav noted back in 2003 that the pharmaceutical industry enjoys higher profit margins and “greater government protections, subsidies, and tax incentives than any other industry,” and these remarks ring all the more true in the COVID-19 era. For example, early on when only 11 Americans had been confirmed to have the illness—February 4th—HHS was already hastening to assure would-be vaccine manufacturers that they would have full protection from liability. Is it any wonder that by early April, 115 COVID-19 vaccines had entered the pipeline or that the U.S. government had given the pharmaceutical industry the green light to “profit handsomely” from the government’s lavish public investments? Laying the legal groundwork for these guaranteed profits, a soon-to-be-published commentary in the Journal of Law and the Biosciences includes this chilling statement:
[D]epending on the features of the vaccine, there may be good ethical grounds to mandate a COVID-19 vaccine, as long as the risk is low, and access is readily available. Our jurisprudence suggests states will face few, if any, legal barriers in doing so, and the past political fights brought on by anti-vaccination groups are likely to be significantly weakened by the unparaled [sic] intensity of the COVID-19 crisis.
The caveat in the preceding quote—“as long as the risk is low”—is unlikely to figure prominently in PR efforts designed to persuade parents to sign their children over to COVID-19 vaccine trials and mandates. Regarding the former, parents would do well to heed Sharav’s conclusions about experiments involving children: The primary beneficiaries are not the children but rather the pharmaceutical industry and its “partners in academia.”

Although vaccine scientists like to take advantage of parents’ altruism by telling them that their children’s participation in vaccine trials is “necessary” and “important for public health,” Sharav’s research clearly indicates that “Children, even more than adults, have endured severe adverse effects in clinical trials.”