" Thou comest to me with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come to thee in the name of the L-rd of Hosts, the G-d of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast humiliated..." (I Samuel, 17:45-47)

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

A Criminal's Remarkable Confession

Several weeks ago, Arutz Sheva reported that MK Nissim Ze'ev of the Shas Party gave the following response when asked if Shas would consider leaving the Kadima coalition.

"We must consider the matter after the [summer Knesset] break. The budget is the central matter as far as we are concerned. And as for releasing terrorists, I understand it as if we must once in a while bribe the underworld; that is what the release of terrorists is - if we don't want Abu Mazen to start a new intifada, then we must pay him off."

Allow me to translate what this mamzer meant to say.

"We in the Shas Party only care about money and power, money in our pockets, political appointments, and of course, money for Shas institutions. We couldn't care less about the lives of Jews. For us decisions always come down to one question, -how does it benefit Shas? When Moshiach comes only those Jews who have voted for Shas will warrant the redemption. Even the dybbukim and gilgulim understand this. The Moshiach will come flying on top of a giant Persian carpet and he will yell out, "Only Yehudim who have voted for Shas may board, the rest will burn in the fires of Gehinnom!" Then the Beit Hamikdash will descend from heaven in a pillar of fire, and the heavenly malachim will destroy our enemies for us, because as you know, we Chareidim don't fight. As far as releasing terrorists with Jewish blood on their hands, we have a mesorah from our Ashkenazic brothers, that sometimes you had to bribe the priest so that the goyim wouldn't kill you during Easter. In countries like Yemen, there were similar bribes to sultans during Ramadan. Similarly, today we must appease the goyim and release murderers, even though they will kidnap, torture, and murder untold numbers of more Jews. Besides, as I have already noted, for us the main issue is the budget."

Despite my colorful embellishments, this is essentially what Mr. Ze'ev said. The question is a simple one. Can the quislings of Shas, and for that matter, the leaders of the other appeasing "religious parties" honestly state, "Our hands have not shed the blood of this man"? The sobering answer can be found in the ground, where the dead cry out for retribution.

1 comment:

  1. Exactly, shas has one aim and it's to find a budget for its programs.


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