" 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, July 6, 2010

Nah Nah Nut-cases!

The following video is merely one example of the kind of thing that happens every day (and every night) in hundreds of locations throughout Israel. The Na Na Nuts are a dangerous cult that is growing more popular each day on the souls of disconnected and disaffected teenagers who are attracted to this madness that masquerades as an expression of Judaism. Twirling in the streets like deranged puppets. Pogo-ing on the rooftops of vans. Passing out literature filled with bizarre, pagan ideas that are contrary to the most basic fundamentals of yahadut. Without a doubt these types of people would have been attracted to baal. What a chillul Hashem! The message needs to go out to the entire Jewish and non-Jewish world. This is not Judaism. This cult has more in common with Hare Krishna than Judaism.

Whenever I see these freaks dancing, I think of the mass dance frenzies that spread throughout Europe during the Middle Ages. Thousands of x-tian lunatics took to the streets and danced themselves to the mental institutions. All in the name of religious fervor. These imbeciles are the modern day equivalent. And let's make one thing clear. Their manic dancing in the streets is hardly an expression of happiness, or "serving HaKadosh Baruch Hu with joy." It's an outlet for people with serious psychological problems to vent their pent-up sexual frustration and guilt. An unfortunate consequence of the distorted fixation with the subject matter, that forms the crux of their "Judaism."

I've been told that the following song by Gad Elbaz is actually a remake. The original was put out several years ago by a non-Jewish "girl band." The very definition of sanctity. Talk about irony.

What else can I say? These are genuine Na Na Nut-cases. And I have no patience or tolerance for those who are destroying the minds and souls of a whole generation of young Jews.

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