16 May 2019

"Practical Lessons in Aliya"

11 Iyyar 5779
Day 26 of the Omer

Apparently, this is the message Heaven wants to send out right now.  Perhaps it is the final call.

If you think you are really anticipating Mashiach, but have no desire to live in Eretz HaKodesh, I think you are kidding yourself. If you think you do have a desire to live in Eretz HaKodesh, but have not taken even one practical step towards making it happen, I think you are kidding yourself. Please take a closer look inside.


  1. It's a good message and the Jewish people should listen, especially in America, which is becoming the second 'Germany'.

  2. Be careful, they say that good things come with a price and if you are talking about zionism and erev rav, then you should know what to expect.
    Sure they hate and are against us but if we stick together, keep the excess decadence out, raise Families based on Torah with love, affections, holiness and even get good education for livelihood and helping others, then these lowly reshaim can not overpower us..
    The erev rav are very wild now
    and showing us what they are capable of and how they feel about us so we have to fight against them and detatch from them and their ideas and we will be fine.

    Be careful, these open ideas are what lead judaism back then to the terrible haskalah and it is starting again so we have to start overlooking our families and communities and remove what is leading the youth downhill and making people hard and angry.
    The saying from George santayana is
    Those who fail to learn history are doomed to repeat it.

    Israel used to be very simple, religious, modest, joyful but now, everything is becoming very wild and unruly: you can feel the tumah growing and there is a fear even in israel and the nations of edom are even far bigger tumahs so it is still better to come to israel for the mitzvahs and because it is safer and guaranteed because like me has said already, there will be civil war and cultural war and ethnic war in the nations of edom and we are seeing samples of this already like blacks, Arabs, Latinos, and it will break-out one day and me apologizes if people feel offended about the Nazi comment and yes, the Nazis were reshaim but the haskalah was far worse than the nazis..
    The Nazis were like 15% gruesome and the haskalah was 85% gruesome because the haskalah was longer, took more numbers, and destroyed families, communities and bonds..
    The Nazis could not turn people against each other and apart like the haskalah did!

    1. That's enough now about Nazis. Annihilation and assimilation are both bad ways for Jews to be lost, but with assimilation, there is always the hope that the person will have an opportunity to do teshuvah. The Nazis stole that, too, from the Jews they murdered.

    2. J m, I appreciate you taking the time to comment, but I would prefer you stick to the subject of aliyah on this one. Sorry, I can't answer your follow-up question. I don't understand it. Maybe you would like to share something of your own aliyah story?

  3. Tonight, the 12th of Iyar, is the 70th anniversary of the Zionist state becoming a member of the U.N.....also known as the tower of Bavel. Tonight is the night that Sar HaTorah Hagaon Harav Kanievsky asks all Jews (specifically in Israel) to storm the gates of heaven with tefilla and reciting selichos, in order to negate and protest the chilul Shabbat that will occur as a result of the heathens gathering in Tel Aviv for the very pritzudik song (avodah zara) festival.
    May it be Hashem's Will, that this 70th anniverary of political Israel joining the nations of the world, be the end of the 70 year galut in Eretz Yisrael.....And be the beginning of the Final ALIYAH TO ERETZ YISROEL. May all of Klal Yisroel merit a complete return to Hashem's land and may we all greet Mashiach tzidkeinu NOW...in Eretz HaKidosha
    Tibaneh viTikonen BiMhaira uBiYamainu!