At last, humanity has a historic opportunity to come clean from its shameful complicity in the most horrific genocide of human memory. Will they rise to the occasion?
Thank you. Your message is a light in the darkness. So many rabbis and Jewish community members have bought into the narrative. Very glad to have found you.
This is the second post of yours I have seen and am very happy to see such hard hitting truths being put out. For sure I am going to enjoy reading more of your posts.
Thank you so much for writing this Rabbi Michoel Green. When in the UK back in 2000 Prime Minister Blair started Holocaust Memorial Day I felt a deep agitation at the parade of self-righteousness - you could sense then the superficiality and obliviousness, and where it could end. No doubt they will be meeting again this year. But this is the heart of the matter: they did not learn and the mayhem has escalated ever since.
Dear Rav Green. Words to live by. All Rabbi’s should be speaking out. “Never Again” should be more than words. Thank you for your wise words. ב״ה יהיה טוב
Bs'd. Kewod HaRav Green, dear Michoel. From Israel: here the narrative seems to come apart. We are going to a shul, which does not mandate the so-called green pass, but mandate a mask. After a few weeks, i decided - during the summer - to stop wearing a mask. Your information about the halachic aspects of the issue of a mask, was very insightful and so very helpful. However the majority of people who go to shul, keep wearing a mask. We made some attempts to explain to people (in shul) that a mask is not effective and has no scientific base whatsoever. So from then on, i use to daven in the hall of shul and will only go inside at the invitation of the Rav or the Gabbai. Now recently the corona-restrictions have been tightened up. Even outside, people are supposed to wear a mask, we don't do. What is the best way to show our disapproval of the corona-restrictions? Inside Shul or outside in the street? I have been walking around with a visible yellow sticker Ani Patur on my backpack and my outfit, but this has been discouraged by some people, among others a chavruta. We should like to give a Torah-based answer to all the nonsensical corona-measures. Should we write a letter to the board of the shul? Or to the Rav? Or should we daven at home for the time being? For your information: we didn't take any of the jabs and Be"H, we are determined not to do so. Awaiting your answer. Kol tuv, Chana and Meir.