Creepy Joe’s snub of Israel is just his latest slick trick. His “Buy America” policy is only for companies with unions. And the obligatory “diversity.” Seems his former boss is wagging his puppet arms and pulling his strings too.
This is one of the best interviews on this topic that I’ve heard. Believe or don’t believe. Know or don’t know. Terri Daniel is amazing.
Rabbi Yaacov Behrman of Chabad Lubavitch tweeted that he spoke with several of the men who were attacked, and one of them told him that the verbal abuse started before the scene shown in the video when one BLM supporter shouted ,“This isn’t your holocaust. You don’t belong here.”
Via United With Israel
Apples & Honey and have a sweet new year, Ya’ll.
YouTube channel GoyimTV only has a hundred ten subscribers and its entries are mainly old, as much as ten years old. But why does Google censor conservative Trump supporters while allowing this anti-Semitic hatred?
Another good/great film story of Hassidic life, this time in Tel Aviv, unlike Shtisel which is in Jerusalem. But otherwise much the same, full of repressed emotion. A young girl’s decision to not-will-won’t-will marry her late sister’s husband, to keep her sister’s son in the immediate family.
The story ends so harshly, on the wedding night, with the girl, Israeli actress Hadas Yaron, who plays Libbi in Shtisel, backed into a corner in her wedding dress. Trembling, said several reviews, but I only noticed the trepidation on her face. And hoped her new husband would be kind.
Yaron won a best actress award for this role and it’s easy to see why.
Rhymes with schnitzel. Family name in Hebrew. Also a great Israeli soap opera streaming on Netflix, which the pandemic has drawn me to. The great Shtisel. I was relieved, just now, to find there’ll not only be a third season, but that Libbi is after Kiva. I like Libbi. Kiva is too dreamy for her. The great Shtisel!
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