Friday, October 20, 2017 

Modest dress doesn't protect from sexual assault

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, some adherents to Orthodox Judaism, including Haredis or former ones, have spoken up to make some points about why you can't expect dressing modestly to discourage sexual assault in all instances:
Dressing modestly and conforming to the halachic principle of tznuit may have helped protect “Big Bang Theory” actress Mayim Bialik from unwanted advances in Hollywood. But it didn’t save Yocheved Sidof, who was groped by an Orthodox business associate when she was working as a professional filmmaker.

“I was filming on the Bowery and this married man from Monsey thought it was OK to casually rub my backside as he was introducing me to his staff,” Sidof, founder and executive director of Lamplighters Yeshivah in Crown Heights, wrote in a Facebook post last weekend.

And wearing loose clothing to accommodate her high school’s strict dress code did not protect Rachel Caplan, a 26-year-old actor who grew up Modern Orthodox, from snide comments and inappropriate stares.

“Predators and perpetrators of these acts and crimes are not concerned with what a woman is wearing,” Caplan told the Jewish Week.

Sidof, who is Lubavitch, and Caplan were not alone in their views. The New York Times op-ed penned by Bialik, who is Orthodox and something of an icon for observant women, suggesting that modest clothing could protect women from predatory behavior by men, and the Harvey Weinstein scandal, landed like a one-two punch in the Orthodox community. (Bialik later apologized for the op-ed, posting on Twitter “I am truly sorry for causing so much pain, and I hope you can all forgive me.")

After Bialik’s piece appeared late last week, and after the #MeToo campaign took off, a wave of response from Orthodox women flooded social media. Story after story from tzniut-observant women — many of whom put their names to their allegations — chronicled Weinstein-like sexual misconduct in the workplace, on dates and on the street. (The hashtag #MeToo campaign was launched last weekend so women could show how widespread the problem is.)

In a Facebook post that received hundreds of likes and shares, Caplan chronicled some of the “dangerous” messages she received about modesty while attending an all-girls Orthodox high school. She described the covert and frequently overt messaging as “’taking the ‘What was she wearing?’ culture to the extreme.”

“I have friends dressed in skirts and long sleeves and they still opened up about being harassed in public,” she said. “Perpetrators can fetishize anyone and anything. Sometimes it’s even more fun for them to mess with a woman who is clearly Orthodox and modestly dressed.”
Similarly, even Muslim women aren't safe from predators no matter how they're dressed. One of the worst places where abuse can happen is obviously behind closed doors, where sexual assault could take place in private. I've already posted about a lot of those atrocities myself, and even men can be victims.

As this article proves, modest dress is not a defense against sexual assault, and definitely not even physical assault. What matters is what kind of education is being given, both at home and in schools, for both children and adults.

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Hundreds of Auerbach cultists turn themselves into a disgrace unto the nation

The Haredi followers of cult leader Shmuel Auerbach demonstrated against army service and the arrest of more draft dodgers yesterday by blocking roads and traffic:
Police on Thursday arrested 120 ultra-Orthodox protesters in a wave of rallies across the country, as several thousand hardline anti-draft demonstrators took to the streets in protests that caused major traffic disruptions in Jerusalem.

In the capital, the afternoon rallies continued well into the evening hours, before being dispersed by police. Protesters blocked traffic and the light rail near the city’s central bus station, snarling traffic at the entrance to the city and causing multiple delays on the tram line.

Police said 120 people were arrested during the protests for blocking roads and the light rail, as well as for failing to obey police orders.

Police appeared to be acting with restraint after accusations of excessive force at a recent protest.

An unnamed law enforcement official told Channel 2 police were refraining from using force to clear demonstrators in order to avoid violent clashes.

“The demonstrators are looking for video clips with violence by police in order to enlist donations from the United States,” the unnamed official said.
Needless to say, it's cowardice on the part of the police to resist using serious force in a case like this to get them away from the traffic paths they blocked.
Some ultra-Orthodox protesters chanted “we’d rather die than be drafted” at the demonstrations.

“The state wants to silence all the Jews who want to study Torah,” said one man, who looked to be in his 40s and gave his name only as Tzvi.

“Lately they have seen the (ultra-Orthodox) population growing, so they want us to serve in the army and be absorbed into the general population.”

Earlier, dozens of ultra-Orthodox protesters also blocked Jerusalem’s Shabbat Square, a key intersection leading to several ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods in the capital. Police said protesters there burned trash and pushed it into the street.
And that's a way to endanger people, by risking a serious fire. If the extremists want to die, maybe they should consider leaving the country too and going to where welfare is dished out. They'd fit in perfectly with the emerging Islamic scene in Sweden, where welfare is undoubtably given away by the bustle to recipients.

Some of the protestors even acted abusively towards a woman who asked them not to block the train lines. One lone voice of sanity is Dov Lipman, who wrote the following op-ed:
At the exact same time as this ceremony, hundreds of other religious Israelis were blocking intersections throughout the country in the name of religion, in protest over the arrest of two draft dodgers. Why were they arrested? Because they broke the law: They failed to respond to the letters they received telling them to appear at their local IDF draft board. And for no reason: All these draft dodgers had to do was show up, claim that “Torah is their trade,” and they would have received exemptions from military service.

But they didn’t bother to do that, flouting the law which requires them to do so. So they were arrested and imprisoned for three weeks. Did the police enter the yeshiva where these young men were supposedly studying Torah day and night in order to arrest them? No. They were caught driving recklessly while on vacation in the Dead Sea region. For that, hundreds of demonstrators blocked tens of thousands of Israelis from going about their lives. This is an embarrassment in a country a state of law.

Enough is enough

It is time for authorities to come down hard on the “Jerusalem Faction” of the haredi community which sent these demonstrators to the streets, and which instructs its followers to ignore the law and not show up for their army exemptions.

Every single one of these demonstrators who fights the police when they try to remove them from the roads must be imprisoned – not for a day’s incarceration as is done now, but for a minimum of six months. And their leaders – yes, including rabbis – must be brought in as well. There is a law against inciting to break a law, and those who violate it, especially when it involves educating and even commanding youngsters to violate the law, should be held accountable. We cannot allow anarchy.

Israel has been patient with these “protesters” and has demonstrated remarkable restraint. But there comes a time when a country has to put its foot down and say: We will not tolerate this anymore.

That time has come.

The demonstrators and their leadership know that they won’t be really punished for their actions, so they continue ignoring the law requiring them to appear before the draft board, and continue to disrupt the country.

During this week’s demonstrations, a policeman in Jerusalem was surrounded by these hooligans who were throwing rocks and other objects at his marked car, and blocking him from driving. He got out of this car with his pistol drawn. The demonstrators fled, he was able to drive on, and traffic on that street resumed. Is it comfortable for us to see a Jewish policeman wave his pistol at Jewish demonstrators? No. But did it work in order to restore law and order? Yes.

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked must join forces to strengthen the penalties for these extremist demonstrators, and must punish their leaders as well. Moreover, it is incumbent on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to support Erdan and Shaked and not worry about the haredim in his coalition revolting over these measures.

It is also time for the mainstream haredi community to take a stronger stance against these extremists. MK Uri Maklev of United Torah Judaism was questioned about these demonstrators on Army Radio, and he said that while this is not his way and he thinks the protesters do damage, he doesn’t want to comment beyond that. No! Mainstream haredim must lead the way in condemning the Jerusalem Faction, and throw it out of the fold. The haredi leadership – if they are indeed the leadership – must support stricter policing and punishment of these religious zealots.
That's correct. Maklev himself should be condemned for failing to clearly acknowledge that the behavior of the extremists was wrong and calls for serious punishment. He didn't do so, and that's why he doesn't deserve to be a politician.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 

Haredi rabbi in Brooklyn stole money intended for disabled children

Here's one socialist Haredi scumbag who's presented a portrait of a 10 Commandments violator (via The Forward):
A New York City rabbi has been sentenced to prison for stealing $5 million in funding intended for disabled preschoolers.

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown and state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced Tuesday that Samuel Hiller will spend one to three years behind bars.

Hiller was assistant director of the now-defunct Island Child Development Center. It provided services to Orthodox Jewish communities in Far Rockaway, Queens, and Brooklyn's Williamsburg and Borough Park neighborhoods.

Restitution is part of Hiller's plea agreement.

Three co-defendants also pleaded guilty for their involvement in the thefts, which occurred between 2005 and 2012.

Prosecutors say they diverted money to relatives, to businesses and to cover personal expenses including a family wedding, home renovations and jewelry.
Man...that is absolutely disgusting, and complete disregard for the well being of youngsters with physical disabilities. Evidently, they were fleecing people for their money in a pure scam to rob the parents of money meant to fund their children's health needs. He should've gotten much more jail time than what he did, but the plea bargain must've been what led to a shorter term. A pure disgrace.

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017 

Stabbing and murder at Parsons Green subway station

There's been another possible jihad stabbing in London that left at least one dead and 2 others injured:
A man died and two others were hospitalised after a horrifying triple stabbing outside Parsons Green Tube station in London.

The men were attacked outside the station shortly after 7.35pm.

Despite the attention of medics, one of the men was pronounced dead at the scene. Two others were taken to hospital.

It comes weeks after an alleged attempted bomb attack on a train at the station. Today's incident is not believed to be terror related.
Oh, what's that? I notice there's no meaty details given here as to the identity of the murderer, and that's only cause for suspicion of a cover up. After all, if the attacker had been a noticeable Christian, we'd be seeing it plastered all over the news everywhere. There's another tragedy that could've been avoided had Britain been more responsible years ago.

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Nearly 60 Haredi anti-army hoodlums arrested for public disturbances

Extremist Shmuel Auerbach's bunch are at it again, because they won't recognize that draft-dodging is a felony. And they even harassed a lady soldier:
Dozens of Haredi protesters who were demonstrating last night against the arrest of military draft avoiders were documented surrounding a female soldier who was passing through the area. The protesters shouted at the soldier, calling her “shiksa,” a derogatory term for a non-Jewish woman, and an “animal” while she was attempting to clear the way for a vehicle.
Their antics included blocking traffic, and I was on a train unit the other day where I noticed some of it:
Nearly 60 ultra-Orthodox draft protesters were arrested on Monday and Tuesday for rioting in Jerusalem and Bnei Brak.

The violence followed the recent arrest of two members of the Jerusalem Faction, an extremist haredi organization that opposes ultra-Orthodox enlistment in the IDF.

The group’s leader, Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach, has called on his followers to protest the arrests, as well as the High Court of Justice’s decision to strike down the law exempting haredi Jews from compulsory military service while they are studying in yeshivot.

Video footage, taken at a Monday night protest in the capital, shows a police officer pulling his pistol, pointing it at violent haredi protesters, and saying, “Who wants a bullet?” The incident is under investigation.

In the video, the unidentified officer can be heard issuing the threat, holding the gun in his right hand, while walking aggressively toward a crowd of dozens of protesters at the intersection of Sarei Israel Boulevard and Jaffa Road.

Police said that when the officer arrived moments earlier, his SUV was besieged by protesters who rocked it back and forth and pelted it with objects while shouting insults.

“During the riot by members of the ultra-Orthodox community, the officer’s vehicle was surrounded and blocked by a number of protesters who threw rocks at it, began rocking it and shouted at him,” said police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld.

“For his own personal safety, he exited the vehicle and pulled out his gun, which at no time was fired,” he continued. “Ten arrests were made of people throwing rocks and blocking roads and the light rail.”
If this is the case, then he's innocent of wrongdoing, and was acting in self-defense. The police are already fingering Auerbach as a suspect:
The police said Tuesday that the haredi anti-draft demonstrations and illegal roadblocks in Jerusalem and Bnei Brak were instigated by Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach, the leader of the radical Jerusalem faction.

If direct evidence is found linking the 86-year-old rabbi to the riots and the roadblocks, the 86-year old rabbi will be treated like any other citizen and be summoned for questioning, the police told Channel 2.
He should be arrested already for incitement to cause disruptions in public order. He's got blame to shoulder, and should have his bank accounts frozen and electricity subscription cancelled for all the trouble he's caused.

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Monday, October 16, 2017 

Will that be immediate deportation?

Emmanuel Macron's said that illegal immigrants in France who commit crimes will be deported:
Illegal immigrants who commit crimes in France will face deportation, President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday, in an interview in which he also confirmed disgraced Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein will be stripped of the prestigious Legion d’Honneur.

In the wide-ranging interview, only the sixth Macron has given at home or abroad since his election in May, he said that even without new legislation “we can take tougher measures” and expel illegal immigrants if they commit a crime, “whatever it may be”.

He was speaking after it emerged that a Tunisian man who stabbed two women to death in the southern city of Marseille on October 1 had been arrested two days earlier for shoplifting in eastern Lyon.
The question is: will it be IMMEDIATE deportation, as soon as the monsters are arrested for their crimes? Because that's the only way to effectively ensure they'll be gone. We'll see if justice is done properly or not.

And since the subject of Harvey Weinstein's come up:
The Weinstein scandal comes as France is stepping up the fight against sexual harassment. “Today, too often, (women) don’t press charges because they don’t dare to,” Macron told the three journalists.

Weinstein — accused by several women of sexual harassment, groping and rape — was made a knight of the Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest award, in 2012 in recognition of the efforts by Miramax, the company he founded with his brother Bob, to boost foreign films in the United States.

“I have taken steps to revoke the Legion d’Honneur (Legion of Honour),” Macron said in the interview aired on the TF1 TV channel.
The reason they may not dare in France is because the legal system is tilted against them, putting the burden of proof entirely upon them. In which case, does he want to repeal the law as it stands to also ensure race won't be a factor in how things are handled?

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Israel Parks Authority is fudging geological dates so as not to offend Haredis who don't believe in it

The Israel Parks Authority has done something very dumb that they would do well to mend:
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority has been removing information on the age of the geological features at prime tourist spots so as not to risk losing ultra-Orthodox visitors who believe a literal biblical account that the world is less than 6,000 years old.

The practice came to light after Lior Tal, a visitor to the Soreq Stalactite Cave in the Judean hills, noticed that the age of the cave had been scrubbed off the signs there and there was no reference to the millions of years over which the unique formations formed. He asked the guide if this was deliberate and was told that it had been done in order not to offend the ultra-Orthodox visitors to the caves, he said.

Tal posted of his experience at the site on Facebook and received hundreds of comments, including by others who had found similar issues at other nature sites, including the famous Rosh Hanikra grottoes in northern Israel.

[...] The Parks Authority, a government organization that runs Israel’s 200 nature reserves and more than 70 national parks, acknowledged that ultra-Orthodox sensitivities were a factor in the content of its educational material.

“The Nature and Parks Authority offers its sites to the public in all its diversity, regardless of religion,” they said in a statement.

“The ultra-Orthodox visit the sites in large numbers and it is important to allow them to visit the national sites as part of their connection with society. The Parks’ Authority must also be sensitive to the needs of the ultra-Orthodox population,” it said.
Let me get this straight. They've been doubtlessly coming for decades, and now, all of a sudden, the park managers plunge into a "moral panic" and decide they MUST avoid offending over petty issues? They're an absolute disgrace, and the only way they'll be able to apologize is by restoring the correct data to the brochures and other material they removed it from. Their censorship is practically what led to a lot of other, far more terrible incidents, and if they don't want the public to think they support monsters, they'll restore all they threw out. Besides, what "connection" are the Haredis who shun scientific facts taking to society if they maintain such low visions?

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Sunday, October 15, 2017 

That's why you can't just simply "accept" Islamization

Russia Today interviewed a French writer about a new book called "Partition", detailing how politicians practically accepted Islamofascism into the country, and the possibility that in the next decade, it'll become a new Lebanon:
In just a few years, Islamic suburbs of Paris will obey their own set of rules, they will have their own laws, their own principles, maybe even their own police. It is already the case, Alexandre Mendel, author of the book ‘Partition’ told RT.

Europe has been facing a large number of migrants coming from the war-torn countries in Africa and the Middle East. Today many are concerned about the Islamization of Europe and the failure of Muslims assimilating into their new countries.

RT met with a writer Alexandre Mendel, whose new book “Partition” is devoted to the Muslims' failure to integrate in France, and discussed the current situation in that country.

RT: Please start by describing for our readers your book.

Alexandre Mendel: My last book, 'Jihadist France,' was only about the French terrorists. ‘Partition’ is mainly about Islamization of France, about what’s going on in France, in schools, hospitals, at work, in sports clubs, etc. I am not talking this time about terrorism itself, but about the way France decided whether the French government - like it or not – collaborated and accepted some kind of arrangements with Islam. This is the main topic of the book. [...]

RT: What should be done to integrate people into society? Is it only a Muslim thing, or other groups, as well?

AM: In my book, I say that there is no solution, because it is too late; there won’t be any solution. You can’t send them back to their country - they are French - the French cannot send them back. What France will become in the next 10 or 20 years will be a kind of new Lebanon in some places in France.

For example, take some suburbs in Paris: they will have their own set of rules, they will have their own laws, their own principals, maybe even their own police. It is already the case. The fact that in France right now in many places France has no control in these areas. We accepted it already and we won’t fight back to get these suburbs back to France. It is already done – we already lost the war against them.

So the rich people in France will be in the fancy neighborhoods of Paris, far from the problems, and then the poor people will have to deal with Islamism on a daily base. This is the way we accepted that already.
Well that's why, no matter what anybody thinks, you cannot stand idly by and accept that barbarians are literally "citizens" in every way, shape and form and cannot be exiled for their evils. Geert Wilders made the point that we can't just simply accept and that's it; societies have to be de-islamized to make them safer again.

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Two positive steps taken against UN and Iran

First, the USA leadership is withdrawing from UNESCO because of their anti-Israelism (and undoubtably, their anti-Americanism):
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered the foreign ministry to begin preparing to withdraw from UNESCO, following the U.S. announcement it will leave the United Nations cultural body due to its anti-Israel bias.

In a statement Thursday, Netanyahu welcomed President Donald Trump’s decision to leave UNESCO, calling it a “moral decision” and that UNESCO “has become a theater of absurd. Instead of preserving history, it distorts it.”
And they should never return to their council so long as their obsessions remain. It'll save a lot of money, and help defund the UN as they should've been long ago.

Then, president Trump has wisely taken steps to decertify the Iran deal:
President Donald Trump announced in a White House speech Friday that he has decertified the Iranian nuclear deal as part of a new and tougher approach towards the Islamic Republic.

“We cannot and will not make this certification,” Trump said. “We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more terror and the very real threat of Iran’s nuclear breakout.”

While the decertification stops short of pulling out of the agreement, the move hands the decision over to Congress to decide whether to reimpose sanctions originally lifted in 2015.
And if the Democrats are smart, they too will back all efforts to ensure inspection of Iran directly within is able to take place. In any case, Iran's dictatorship must be brought down.

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Friday, October 13, 2017 

It's easier in Israel to ordain female Orthodox rabbis than in America

The Times of Israel wrote about modern Orthodox rabbi Shlomo Riskin, who's been successful in training female religious representatives, and it turns out that, despite the bad policies of the Haredi-controlled rabbinate, it is possible to appoint women to prominent roles in Orthodox Judaism more easily here.

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"Protestors" who set fire to French police car imprisoned

Sentences have been handed down to several anarchists who set fire to a police car in Paris while the drivers were still inside:
Seven people accused of launching a vicious attack on a police car in Paris last year have been handed prison sentences up to seven years.

The assailants used iron bars to attack the vehicle, which was stuck in traffic, and later set it alight with a Molotov cocktail. Footage of the attack was widely broadcast in France and the case caught media attention worldwide.

The attack in May 2016 took place on the sidelines of a demonstration staged by police officers denouncing violence against the force, following repeated clashes with protesters during marches against controversial labor law changes.

French media reported that Antonin Bernanos, who was accused of assaulting the driver inside the car, was handed a five-year sentence with two years suspended. The driver escaped with minor injuries.
They really should've given them at least 20 years, because of the severity of the offense, even if thankfully, nobody was killed in the assault.

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Thursday, October 12, 2017 

Harvey Weinstein's got a long list of allegations against him

The movie mogul's been suffering serious fallout after the all the accusations of sexual harassment, and even rape, as some newer reports have stated. The New Yorker wrote all about Weinstein's huge laundry list. There's at least one unfortunate attempt to inject Donald Trump into this - apparently, the reporter couldn't resist a bias - but aside from that, it's clear Weinstein's as bad as Bill Cosby sadly turned out to be. The beginning has a very eyebrow-raising detail:
Since the establishment of the first studios a century ago, there have been few movie executives as dominant, or as domineering, as Harvey Weinstein. As the co-founder of the production-and-distribution companies Miramax and the Weinstein Company, he helped to reinvent the model for independent films, with movies such as “Sex, Lies, and Videotape,” “The English Patient,” “Pulp Fiction,” “The Crying Game,” “Shakespeare in Love,” and “The King’s Speech.” Beyond Hollywood, he has exercised his influence as a prolific fund-raiser for Democratic Party candidates, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Weinstein combined a keen eye for promising scripts, directors, and actors with a bullying, even threatening, style of doing business, inspiring both fear and gratitude. His movies have earned more than three hundred Oscar nominations, and, at the annual awards ceremonies, he has been thanked more than almost anyone else in movie history, just after Steven Spielberg and right before God.
Yep, he was a boilerplate Democrat supporter. Somehow, it just totally figures.
For more than twenty years, Weinstein has also been trailed by rumors of sexual harassment and assault. This has been an open secret to many in Hollywood and beyond, but previous attempts by many publications, including The New Yorker, to investigate and publish the story over the years fell short of the demands of journalistic evidence. Too few people were willing to speak, much less allow a reporter to use their names, and Weinstein and his associates used nondisclosure agreements, monetary payoffs, and legal threats to suppress these myriad stories. Asia Argento, an Italian film actress and director, told me that she did not speak out until now—Weinstein, she told me, forcibly performed oral sex on her—because she feared that Weinstein would “crush” her. “I know he has crushed a lot of people before,” Argento said. “That’s why this story—in my case, it’s twenty years old; some of them are older—has never come out.”

Last week, the New York Times, in a powerful report by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, revealed multiple allegations of sexual harassment against Weinstein, a story that led to the resignation of four members of his company’s all-male board, and to Weinstein’s firing from the company.
So he even had an entirely male board of directors. That just demonstrates how bad male dominance still is in Hollywood, though obviously, there are women executives who've failed to protest the behavior of awful men like Weinstein.

Anyway, it looks like his career is finally destroyed, and he'll be run out of town, though unfortunately, there's still plenty of other creeps in Hollywood who may never be punished for their own deviations from humanity.

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