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Please promote this important video everywhere possible.

The program is 31 minutes this week.

Video version on Rumble:
https://rumble.com/vhzr15-new-israeli-governments-disastrous-agenda-month-after-my-mothers-passing-ch.html

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https://odysee.com/@JTF.ORG:4/JTF.ORG9:f

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http://www.jtf.org/ask/2021-06-03.mp3

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Why so early this week? Is  this a bonus video?

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I was disappointed when I saw a BBC interview where Bennett said: "The Palestinians aren't going anywhere."

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I was disappointed when I saw a BBC interview where Bennett said: "The Palestinians aren't going anywhere."

If you ever had hope for more than bibi 2.0 there then this is nit your last disappointment.
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If you ever had hope for more than bibi 2.0 there then this is nit your last disappointment.

I posted the following on Bennett's official YouTube channel: You said they aren't going anywhere. How do you square that with "They shall not dwell in your land, lest they cause you to sin against Me, that you will worship their gods, which will be a snare for you" (Exodus 23:33)?

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Please make a video about different Worlds you mention, when you find it convenient.
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I posted the following on Bennett's official YouTube channel: You said they aren't going anywhere. How do you square that with "They shall not dwell in your land, lest they cause you to sin against Me, that you will worship their gods, which will be a snare for you" (Exodus 23:33)?

He was the head of the yesha council who stopped resistance to expulsions before politics. That's what proved they could trust him, the ability to be left wing while appearing right wing.

After a gay was stabbed in a parade he gave two billion shekels to a group that encourages young Jews to be homosexual, and did nothing the kids noticed to stop the Torah hating curriculum as education minister. He said 99% of Arabs are loyal to Israel, and knows its a lie.

What would talking to him accomplish? I can watch him on tv and be lied to with the rest of the public, no need for personalization.
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What would talking to him accomplish?

It's not your job to worry about the outcome. Your job is to compel others to act in the correct way.

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It's not your job to worry about the outcome. Your job is to compel others to act in the correct way.

No you must worry about the outcome. To the point that if a person would only resist if you say something, better not to. I don't know Noachides like you, but for Jews we are specifically admonished to to kiruv in a way that people will be convinced. To get to go where you go for making one person make a real teshuva, it would be worth it to spend 60 years of your life working on him slowly.

In this case it can accomplish embarrassing him for his evil deeds, and thereby keeping him from power. So make sure what you say gets the entire point across, and expect it to be deleted or lied about, but most likely ignored, if no one else jumps in.
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It's not your job to worry about the outcome. Your job is to compel others to act in the correct way.

The first part of your statement is another halacha. Torah study for instance, a Jew will never complete it as lives are now, you are not free to desist from it, and Hashem looks at the effort you put into fighting the yetzer hara while you study much more than how many mystical intentions you can hold in your mind when you say it. In general mitzvot are all like that, but you also have the story of the father who sent his son up a ladder to do a mitzvah, and the ladder broke because it was an old half-broken one, which tells you to be smart about the "ladder" you use to achieve the mitzvah, with the "ladder" in this case being how you present your arguments.
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The first part of your statement is another halacha. Torah study for instance, a Jew will never complete it as lives are now, you are not free to desist from it, and Hashem looks at the effort you put into fighting the yetzer hara while you study much more than how many mystical intentions you can hold in your mind when you say it. In general mitzvot are all like that, but you also have the story of the father who sent his son up a ladder to do a mitzvah, and the ladder broke because it was an old half-broken one, which tells you to be smart about the "ladder" you use to achieve the mitzvah, with the "ladder" in this case being how you present your arguments.

Each situation and person is different. There are certainly times when one must use harsh words and embarrassment to influence the person to be better. For example, when ignoring the commandment to expel non-Noahide Gentiles which endangers Jewish lives in Israel.

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Each situation and person is different. There are certainly times when one must use harsh words and embarrassment to influence the person to be better. For example, when ignoring the commandment to expel non-Noahide Gentiles which endangers Jewish lives in Israel.

You did good, but it will have no effect on him. What it may do is reduce his support.
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You did good, but it will have no effect on him. What it may do is reduce his support.

I asked him "Will you allow Chaim Ben Pesach to return to Israel?" He should know we're watching.

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I asked him "Will you allow Chaim Ben Pesach to return to Israel?" He should know we're watching.

This is ineffective. With no prior information about Chaim, the average person will find the wiki page, or he can pull a Nafraudi and become an author on his life before his response, essentially painting Chaim and you by extension as bad, or can pretend to sympathize with you and say free yourself from him, which will elicit a negative response from you and then the commenters will think "poor guy". There are several hundred other ways I could exploit that as him.

"Will you overturn the leftist ban on the guy that fought to free Jews from Soviet murderers, Chaim Ben Pesach? He wants to come to Israel and support the right and the left will never forgive his actions against dear Stalin. Will you?"

That one reduces his potential sneak attacks to about a dozen.
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This is ineffective. With no prior information about Chaim, the average person will find the wiki page, or he can pull a Nafraudi and become an author on his life before his response, essentially painting Chaim and you by extension as bad, or can pretend to sympathize with you and say free yourself from him, which will elicit a negative response from you and then the commenters will think "poor guy". There are several hundred other ways I could exploit that as him.

"Will you overturn the leftist ban on the guy that fought to free Jews from Soviet murderers, Chaim Ben Pesach? He wants to come to Israel and support the right and the left will never forgive his actions against dear Stalin. Will you?"

That one reduces his potential sneak attacks to about a dozen.

Writing that on YouTube will get you banned. I have experience.

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Writing that on YouTube will get you banned. I have experience.

Not like that no.
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I didn't see this.  I thought she was alive for some reason.
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