Thursday, April 28, 2005

Pesach Obscenity

I am informed that one hundred million dollars PLUS, is spent on Pesach programs by Orthodox Jews.
That is really being m'kayim "zecher yitzias Mitzrayim".

People are definitely entitled to spend their money any way they choose,but that is NOT what Chazal had in mind.
Who cares?
What rabbonim will dare say anything?

Many rabbis are guests of the various hotels(gratis) and speak about golus Mitzrayim,and of course the golus that we are in presently. The "Holocaust"is a hot topic and a powerful tear-jerker between snacks.

A former chief rabbi of Israel is peddling his nonsense at one of the hotels. He has his photo plastered on ads promoting a particular program all year around.This rabbi(I am choking on his title of rabbi)was found to be a woman molester.I try to invesigate all rumors about rabbis.I DO NOT BELIEVE anything I hear until I come to my own factual conclusion.I make the time and have plenty of money,so before I make a statement like this(or any other) I investigate the matter thoroughly.

I met with one of his victims and a son of hers face to face.The rabbinical world is silent.
What about Chometz ossur B'mashahu? This issur is Min Hatorah....not some silly rabbinical injunction.Nobody cares.

G-D help the middle income Orthodox Jew who has an eight piece band at his daughter's wedding.

The entire charedi rabbinate loses their collective minds.(They say nothing if it would be a wealthy person's daughter,maybe they will squeeze a hundred dollars out of him sometime in the future.)

There is NO HOTEL ON THIS PLANET that can possibly be kosher for Pesach,period!!!!!
Pathetic,pea-brained jewish women get to change their clothing and jewelry a few times a day.
Worthless practices of Judaism that hold these fools together,Pesach vacations and bungalow colonies.

Truthfully,Orthodoxy is becoming nothing more than a circus that Barnum & Bailey would have definitiley included in their show.


Anonymous Chana said...

"The "Holocaust"is a hot topic and a powerful tear-jerker between snacks."

How true. And how upsetting.

This post has simply made me respect my father and mother even more. They have always had Pesach with their children, so that we should have the opportunity to question and truly learn. They have always taught us to really attempt to feel as though we were slaves, as though we, too, suffered. We have tried to discuss and reenact what happened there, tried to make me meaningful.

It is upsetting that some believe in the religiosity of hotels, first-class shaitels, and jewelery. I know many who subscribe to this belief system. This idea, too, R' Soloveitchik addressed...stating that there are so many who adhere to the "white tablecloth on Shabbos" but do not even know what the Sabbath really is.

Thursday, May 19, 2005 9:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If a kitchen was kashered, it was kashered. If a trustworthy person makes sure there's no chometz, why not? You paint with an over-broad stroke, man.

Tuesday, May 24, 2005 10:26:00 AM  
Blogger Un-Orthodox Jew said...

Have you ever been in a kitchen in one of these Pesach programs?
Depending on the size of the program,there could be between 20-80 illegals walking around with 2-3 mashgichim who are busy eating.
No way, Jose!

Tuesday, May 24, 2005 11:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only chametzdig but TREIF gamur

Tuesday, August 16, 2005 4:29:00 PM  
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