Public Health has always been a front to war against the Jews and Torah.
Read the attached PDF story from 1934 in Poland.
“It’s simply a matter of health, the community must be protected from an outbreak of…”.
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In this story, the non-observant Jewish doctor heroically stands up to defend the Jewish People. (Fortunately, due to improved finances, a mikvah today is much more appealing.)
In earlier days the public health weapon was wielded usually by non-Jews and non-observant Jews but sadly, today, public health doctors have infiltrated into the Torah observant community some even making their way so far as to be doctors of Rebbes. This gives them an air of legitimacy in the trusting and unsuspecting Jewish community but they remain germaphobes hell bent on reshaping Jews and Jewish life in the image of public health.
In the story, the target was the mikvas (ritual baths). Today, it has expanded to the synagogues, the yeshivas, welcoming guests, visiting the sick, weddings and even family gatherings. These agents of public health have exposed their loyalties and it is forbidden for a Rebbe, a Rov, or any person, to even consider their information and advice on any subject.[This story was originally published in Di Yiddishe Heim Journal in 1972. According to a post on Anash.org, Di Yiddishe Heim was edited by the Lubavitcher Rebbe himself, which, if that is accurate, would include this story. This story was reprinted in 1994 in a book “Once Upon a Chassid: The Wisdom and the Whimsy, The Fire and the Joy.” Since then the public health infiltration of trusted influencers into the Torah observant community, including Chabad, Jewish health organizations and Hatzolah has been on the ascendency until they operate in lockstep with the public health fifth column. Chillingly, this story is deleted from the version of the book available electronically on Chabad.org.1A reader found a copy of the story in another location on Chabad.org where it is printed as part of a series by the story’s author, Professor Abraham Boyarsky See below screen shot.]
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Since the original post, I was asked, why was the story deleted?
Here’s my thought:
The story completely refutes the idea of making public health primary ahead of Torah, refutes the idea that you should be afraid of germs and the by-products of communal human activity (no matter how gross they look) and exposes that public health is targeting the Yidden and all good people using ‘health’ as the means to reshape society. In order for Chabad to so completely reverse direction and now to promote that ideology and promote the idea that government should make health decisions and regulate use of the mikvah, shuls, Yeshivas on the basis of ‘’health’, the article had to be deleted so people would forget it.
In addition, the story also says a Jew should always be loyal to the Jews and Torah ahead of public health officers. This is true for any good human being that wants to right by his Creator, his family and his fellow man. That’s been flipped now with Jews being told to loyal to the public health officers and to turn in any fellow Jew who dares to continue to put Torah ahead of public health decrees.
What type of person could possibly leave their parent unattended in a hospital? Could leave their family member unvisited, in some cases for over a year? Could quarantine their spouse in their own home with no physical contact for two weeks?
Only a person untethered from their own Divinity and their own humanity by a cruel and destructive replacement of man’s basic good instincts and impulses with the insanity of something they call ‘science’ and ‘health.’
Schreiber the Jew represents the decent man’s innate knowing of what is right and his refusal to become a tool in the disruption of human society and human interaction.
Schreiber the Jew is the story of the direct confrontation between G-d Al-mighty’s vision for man and the cult of scarcity and fear. And shows how we can win against the cult of scarcity and fear. Don’t debate the cult, don’t analyze the data on the composition of the water, just rise above it like Schreiber the Jew did.
The deletion of this story reminds us why we need physical copies of books and must maintain multiple publicly-accessible independent collections of the greatest belongings of men, the spiritual writings of the great sages so that no one can cull them.
Update #2 (2022-03-14)
A reader found a copy of the story in another location on Chabad.org where it is printed as part of a series by the story’s author, Professor Abraham Boyarsky. It remains that the story is missing where it should also be.
- 1A reader found a copy of the story in another location on Chabad.org where it is printed as part of a series by the story’s author, Professor Abraham Boyarsky