" 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)

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Reflections on "Meraglim" (the documentary)

I first saw the "Meraglim" documentary a year and a half ago, after my friend and fellow blogger, Ben-Yehudah, posted and reviewed the documentary on his Esser Agaroth blog. (Check out his excellent post.) I immediately watched the film, and then watched it again. And again. (I'll admit I'm a bit obsessive about such things.) It was one of the most upsetting films I have ever seen. Over the next year or so I made it my business to watch it a few more times, as a reminder. And then I watched it again last night. Only this time I saw something that I hadn't noticed before. Something very upsetting. A short scene where a prominent Rabbi instructs an obstinate Jew to obey the army's commands and vacate his home with his family. The man in the video is the Rosh Hayeshivah of the local hesder yeshivah in my neck of the woods. Needless to say it was upsetting. Of course why should this surprise me? Shlomo Aviner is probably his Rebbe.

This is the best (and most disturbing) documentary that has ever been made in Israel which succeeds in peeling away the mask of the mamlachti idol worshipers, and showing the malignancy underneath. "Meraglim" exposes the sin of the YESHA Council and the high priests of the "mamlachti" movement who aided Sharon and his cohorts during the Gaza expulsion. Watch this disturbing documentary yourself, and then demand that your family and friends watch it. It is an absolute requirement for any Jew who wants to understand the true enemy within. Until we expose the "religious" leaders of the daati leumi world who brainwash our youth and indoctrinate them to obey the words of wicked men, we will never be able to save Israel.

Feel free to listen to my audio post. But more importantly, watch the entire documentary (four parts) below.

MP3 File

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What do you think? I'm interested in your comments.