Tuesday, October 27, 2020

THE CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG... THE CDC, THE WHO, AND ALL THE SO-CALLED EXPERTS LIED TO YOU!!! and Glasses: A Brief History of Vision Correction and the talking dog and My Family Connection to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Reason so many Orthodox Jews support Trump

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The Three Musketeers at the Kotel

If you believe some of the writers, using your own mind makes you a murderer. These same people would tell you not to object to Country's that pass laws restricted their citizen's rights and we know what happened the last time a country tried it and the citizens didn't object because they were not that religion.



"CDC admitted they screwed up COVID19 infection

counts and intentionally misled the public and have apologized, clarifying that the amount of people truly infected is much lower than what was originally reported -- an error so egregious it made the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute say "how could the CDC make this mistake? This is a mess."

The American Coronavirus Task Force also admitted to fudging the National COVID19 death count when Dr. Birx said the deaths are people who died "with" COVID19 not "from" COVID19, thus making the real death count much lower than what is currently being reported.

Dr. Anthony Fauci admitted masks won't help against the virus and mask manufacturers are now including warnings that their products do not deter COVID19.

Fauci also said that continuing to close the country could cause irreparable damage.

CDC backtracked their initial claim that led governors to shut down their states & clarified that COVID19 does not spread easily on surfaces.

Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo confirmed a recent health study showing that 70% of new infections actually originate at home, thus making stay at home orders one of the most dangerous mandates currently in place.

Trump stopped funding the WHO and threatened to cut off money permanently until they can prove they are no longer corruptly influenced by communist China after they lied to our country about human to human transmission of COVID19 in January.

The curve is flattened, the CDC, WHO, Dr. Fauci, our governors, and many more were completely wrong about the potential threat of this virus.

If you are still living in fear, Don't be. The media, global organizations, the government, and its agencies "mislead" the public and it seems to be on purpose. Anyone who wants to post other interpretations is censored as being against supposing "community standards"

Open up your businesses, churches, and homes. Don't fall for the lies any longer. If you fell for the lies this time, wake up and join the army of truth seekers fighting on the front lines.

Florida has just admitted to miscalculations on some that received positive COVID-19 results but never got tested and many others have been incorrectly identified as positive in the state's system.

WHO have just admitted that transmission of the virus from an asymptomatic carriers - the whole reason for the lockdown, is rare!! ie you could not spread it before showing any symptoms!!

The CDC just confirmed a .4 to .26% death-rate for Covid 19. The death rate for the flu shot is .6. Twice as high as Covid!

For that, we have:

• Added nearly 6 trillion to national debt

Laid-off or furloughed 50 million workers

Placed 60 million on food stamps

Gone from 3.5%to 14.7% unemployment

Crippled the petroleum industry

Ruined the tourism industry

Bankrupted the service industry

Caused an impending meat and protein crisis

Threatened, fined, and arrested church leaders

Exacerbated mental health problems

Shut down schools and colleges

Given unbridled power to unelected officials

Increased suicides higher than COVID deaths

• Delayed surgeries and treatments for profound illnesses

• Infringed upon countless important civil liberties

• Placed 300 million Americans on house arrest

We need to start treating it as the lie it is.

Seriously our whole way of life is at stake, and they have plans to make it much worse now introducing it as "the grand reset", "the beginning of the 4th revolution" (ie a surveillance state of control, where everyone lives in what is essentially a strick open air prison where you are tracked, nothing is private, and everything is decided for you, and you have no rights whatsoever, and there can be no resistance.)

Welcome to their "new world order".


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WHO backflips on virus stance by condemning lockdowns

WHO backflips on virus stance by condemning lockdowns

The World Health Organisation has backflipped on its original COVID-19 stance after calling for world leaders to...

The story behind the robust Orthodox Jewish support for President Trump

By Avrohom Gordimer

The recent Ami Magazine poll of American Orthodox Jewry was no surprise, documenting that 83% of respondents are firm supporters of President Trump. The last such poll likewise showed strong support for the President, and this time, the numbers were even higher.

Similarly, a broad-based letter of strong endorsement of President Trump by Orthodox rabbinic leadership was just published. These rabbis, who typically do not issue letters about political matters, felt compelled to speak up, due to the historic importance of this election.

Likewise, New York's major Orthodox communities just held massive rallies for the President. Outrageously, left-wing opponents of these peaceful rallies physically attacked many of the rallies' participants -- par for the course with the new "woke" culture, which resorts to muzzling and assaulting those who do not agree with its radical views.

Why do America's million or so Orthodox Jews -- not to mention Orthodox Jews around the globe -- support Donald Trump? While the President's support of the State of Israel is unprecedented and exceedingly appreciated by the Orthodox community, the community's solid backing of President Trump goes much deeper and is far more vast and comprehensive.

America was founded on the Biblical values of faith in God, religious freedom, the right to be safe and to defend oneself and one's property, and the importance of economic opportunity and being productive, among other things. These values have been under attack by liberals for decades and are all very much at stake in next week's election. The choice between the President, whose policies favor and promote these good and sacred values, and the Democratic Party, in which Joe Biden serves as a placeholder for those who oppose all that is noble and decent, and whose plans to overhaul society will render it a Godless, lawless pit of degeneration, could not be clearer. The Orthodox Jewish community, which is my own religious community, sees the danger and supports the man who shares this awareness and who has a vision to never let America descend and collapse, as would occur under a Democratic victory.

Although Biden-Harris represent the face of the Democratic ticket, lurking conspicuously in the wings for a chance to snatch the presidency next time around is the governor of New York. This man, whose policies killed an estimated 11,000 - 13,000 New Yorkers and crippled the state's economy, making it the number one state for people to leave and choose residency in other states, is pining to be the Democratic candidate in 2024.

We New Yorkers are glaringly aware of Cuomo's arrogance and gross mismanagement of the affairs of our severely damaged and wayward state. Only by the grace of God can New York survive the remaining two years of this nasty tyrant's rule. Here is a man who lobbied President Trump for assistance to deal with COVID-19 and New York's bankrupt transit system (since the state neglected to prepare for emergencies and its transit system was not funded, courtesy of Cuomo's failed economic policies). Cuomo received much more from Trump than was even requested, yet immediately after each request was fulfilled, Cuomo publicly attacked the President in the nastiest manner possible. Absolutely disgusting and ungrateful.

This past week, synagogues around the globe read the Biblical stories of Noah and the Tower of Babel, as part of the annual Torah reading cycle. Talmudic tradition teaches that Nimrod, whose ancient kingdom included Babylonia and its surroundings (Genesis 10:8-10), was not only an aggressive individual, but a very arrogant one as well, for Nimrod was also an apostate, who, by way of his persuasive oratory skills, encouraged people to rebel against God (in the original Hebrew, "Nimrod" means "let us rebel"), culminating in the construction of the Tower of Babel, for which Nimrod was the primary instigator.

People occasionally ask us Orthodox Jews how, as people who profess religious morality, we can stand behind President Trump. Aside from the fact that the numerous accusations against Trump have been discredited, let's assume the worst.

The obvious response is that we are voting for the President's policies -- the election is not a contest for sainthood. Moreover, I find the entire question hypocritical, as it is always posed by Democrats who gush over the Clintons and Joe Biden and would never think twice about wholeheartedly supporting them -- despite Biden's history of racism, his pattern of lies and plagiarism, and overwhelming evidence that he accepted overseas bribes in return for political favors -- not to mention the fact that the Clinton scandals, involving abuse of women, felony larceny and bribery, and all sorts of acts of moral turpitude, to mention but a small sampling of the numerous issues, make anything else look like kids' play and outdo the reputations of the most notorious organized crime kingpins.

May God grant President Trump another four years. Let us all do our best to bring out the vote in his favor.

Avrohom Gordimer is chairman of the Rabbinic Circle at Coalition for Jewish Values, and he serves on the editorial board of Jewish Action magazine, is a staff writer for the Cross-Currents website, and is a frequent contributor to Yated Neeman, Israel National News, and a host of other publications. He is also a member of the Rabbinical Council of America and the New York Bar. By day, he works as an account executive at a large Jewish organization based in Manhattan. The views expressed above are solely his own.


Paul is worried about his dog Patrick and takes him to see Dr. Simon, the local vet.

"My dog has a problem, doctor," says Paul.

"OK, so tell me already about your dog and his problem," says doctor Simon.

"Well, doctor," replies Paul, "despite his name, Patrick is a Jewish dog. And not only that, Patrick can talk."

"You're joking, surely?" asks doctor Simon.

"No I'm not," replies Paul. "Just watch this."

Paul then looks Patrick in the eye and says, "Patrick, fetch."

Immediately, Patrick starts to walk toward the door. But then he stops,

turns around, looks at Paul and says, "Why, oh why, do you continue to talk to me like that, Paul? You're always ordering me around like I'm a nothing, a gornisht. You only seem to talk to me when you want something.

How degraded I feel. And that's not all. You always force me to sleep on the cold, tiled floor at night - and me with my arthritis!

And you persist in giving me unhealthy fahkahkta food which contains a lot of salt and fat. Do you really think I'm going to fall for your claim that it's a special diet? It tastes like dreck! You should try eating it yourself. And do you and Natalie ever take me for a decent walk around Bushey? No you don't. It's always just out of the house, a short pish, and then right back home again. Oy vey! If I could only stretch out a little, maybe my sciatica wouldn't hurt me so much!

I should roll over and play dead for real, for all you care about me."

Dr. Simon is absolutely gobsmacked. "This is absolutely incredible. I've never heard of such a talking dog. But why have you brought him here?

What medical problem does Patrick have?"

"He has a very bad hearing problem, doctor," replies Paul, "I said 'Fetch,' not 'Kvetch'."

Glasses: A Brief History of Vision Correction

The quest for perfect vision has a long history, and numerous advancements were required to provide the range of products and services that today help millions of people keep the world in focus. The history of vision correction deserves to be remembered.

This is original content based on research by The History Guy. Images in the Public Domain are carefully selected and provide an illustration. As very few images of the actual event are available in the Public Domain, images of similar objects and events are used for illustration.

All events are portrayed in historical context and for educational purposes. No images or content are primarily intended to shock and disgust. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

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My Family Connection to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Yehuda Lave - 2 Heshvan 5781 – October 20, 2020 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the civil-rights march in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 28, 1963

First a short story of the Wise Men of Chelm before my family story

In East European Jewish folklore, the city of Chelm (Pol., Chełm; Yid., Khelem) functions as an imaginary city of fools, similar to that of the Greek Abdera, the English Gotham, and the German Schilda, among numerous others.


The legendary "town of fools," often presented ironically as "The Wise Men of . . . ," is a feature common to most European folklore. Chelm, as was the case with its counterparts in other cultures, spawned hundreds of tales describing outlandish naiveté and stupidity that have been printed in dozens of editions in a variety of languages. Many of these are titled The Wise Men of Chelm.

Chelm, located approximately 65 kilometers southeast of Lublin, had a Jewish population from at least the fourteenth century and was a real town whose residents bore no connection to the stories. If anything, the town was known for its Torah scholarship.

The Mayoral Solution In Chelm

A large sinkhole opens up in a remote town. An alarming number of people fall into it and injure themselves and it's difficult to get them all to the small hospital they have.

The mayor gathers the city council to figure out a solution. The smartest city councilor suggests they park an ambulance next to the hole to get people to the hospital faster. The rest unanimously agree.

However, they only have 2 ambulances and they're needed more in the center of the town to get there quickly.

So the mayor gathers the council a second time. The second smartest councilor suggests they close the road between the hole and the hospital so the ambulance can ferry people faster. Everyone nods in deep wisdom. Alas, after a few days it's obvious! not really doing much and it just creates more accidents with too many cars on the smaller roads.

Finally, they gather for a third time to take drastic measures. The third smartest councilor says they need to tear down the hospital and rebuild it next to the hole.

Finally, the mayor can't take it anymore. He slams his fist on the table and yells: "You idiots! Do you know how much moving the hospital will cost?! There's an obvious and easy solution to this problem! We fill in the hole and then we dig a new one next to the hospital!

The Family Doctor

My family connection to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, who became a Dr, because of help from my great Uncle.

When Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (MLK), was studying for his doctoral degree, in the early 1950s, he faced a major stumbling block. In order to earn his Doctorate of Philosophy in Systematic Theology, the degree-granting institution, Boston University, (BU), required that King have a reading knowledge of a language other than American English. BU academic records show that King chose to study the German syntax.

Why did MLK, an African-American, born and raised in Atlanta, select German as his language of choice for his studies at Boston University? Perhaps because King had traveled to Germany as a youth with his father, in 1934, and, 30 years later, returned to Berlin in 1964. His knowledge of German was useful to Dr. King during his entire career, according to Stanford University's MLK Research and Education Institute, founded in 2005.

Little was known about the German tutor, however, until Dr. Milo Thornberry published his memoir, Fireproof Moth: A Missionary in Taiwan's White Terror, in early 2011 (Available at Amazon).

Thornberry, then 73, (deceased March 8, 2017) claimed that he had worked with the same tutor, as MLK had, when he, Thornberry, was studying for his doctoral degree, ten years later, in 1965, also at Boston University. While Thornberry could not recall the tutor's name, he was sure that the tutor was a Holocaust survivor who lived in the Back Bay section of Boston

Dan Bloom took up the question, in March 2011, when he, Bloom, published a review of Thornberry's tome, in the San Diego Jewish World website. Bloom, who has contributed more than 125 articles to this publication, titled this article with a quixotic headline: Was a Jewish Holocaust survivor Martin Luther King's tutor at Boston University? And that burning question remained unanswered until the latest celebration of MLK Day, 2020.

Dr. Herman Klugman is my great uncle. My sister was researching our family background and came across Dan Bloom's article.

Herman Klugman, Ph.D., was a retired MIT physics professor who lived in Brookline, a Boston suburb, at the time that MLK was pursuing his doctoral thesis at Boston University. Born in Germany, Klugman had escaped Nazi persecution and had relocated his family to Boston. Being a native speaker, Dr. Klugman devoted both his time and his interest to help King meet the requirements of his academic program. Martin Luther King, Jr., became Dr. King in 1955, thanks to the help from a Holocaust Survivor.

Dr. Klugman, my great uncle, passed away in 1974.

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