" 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, February 1, 2011

The Screwball From Tekoah Returns

A big shout out to Ezra for sending me the link to this disturbing video. Ironic that Fruman chose a balloon, when you consider that he has the same IQ level as a balloon. Nothing but air inside.

It is always tempting to refer to the notorious Menachem Fruman from Tekoah as a demented loonytoon. Obviously this mental and moral defective is missing several critical screws. He even looks like a creepy lunatic. I keep thinking that if they ever did another Texas Chainsaw Massacre film, he could play one of Leatherface's inbred brothers. With his crazy eyes, pasty white face, and lunatic grin, he really does look like a smiling ghoul. Albeit one with beard and peyot, which only enhances the effect. I want to caution the reader. Ignore the very real temptation to entirely portray him in this light.

Fruman is a genuine rasha, and almost surely a rodef (Halachic pursuer). His hands are stained with Jewish blood, courtesy of his insane pursuit of "peace" with the Arab Amalakites, and his infamous meetings with the murderers Arafat and Yassin, may their names and memories be obliterated. If the Jewish people only realized how such grotesque self-debasement strengthened the arabs in their genocidal war against Am Yisroel! Were there a real Sanhedrin with the authority to do anything substantial, the Frumans of the world would pay the ultimate price. May we see it in our times.

Here are some past blog posts, that deal with this Halachic rodef: http://jewishfist.blogspot.com/2009/06/may-they-be-strengthened.html
"Screwball" tries to shake hands with the Hamas murderer Yassin,
y'mach sh'mo v'zichro, while wearing his tefillim! (Naturally, the
murderous freak refused.) We can derive some nachas
knowing that this butcher was later blown to bits.

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