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Hasidic Jewish Group Fires Prominent Rabbi for Opposing Experimental COVID-19 Vaccinations

Shameful.

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A prominent rabbi has been fired from Chabad for opposing experimental COVID-19 vaccinations that have already been proven to have dangerous side-effects.
Rabbi Michoel Green served as the envoy for the Hasidic movement in Westborough, Mass. for nearly two decades, but he has been removed from his posts for sharing his honest opinions about vaccinations.
“It’s NOT immunization. It’s pathogenic priming & mass sterilization,” he wrote last week in a social post deemed problematic by the Chabad powers-that-be.
This is part of the movement to root out vaccine skepticism within Orthodox Jewish communities. Orthodox Jews have been among the most vocal groups in America actively opposing vaccine mandates on religious grounds.
Rabbi Mendel Fogelman, director of the Central Massachusetts Chabad, claimed that Green’s posts were “contrary to the organization’s mission and a direct conflict with the sacred task for which he was appointed.” Getting stuck with Big Pharma’s unproven and harmful shots is apparently a Hebrew religious sacrament in the eyes of this heretic.
“It became clear that dismissal was our only choice,” Fogelman said. Green was relieved from his post on Jan. 27.
Big League Politics has reported on the heroic resistance against COVID-19 edicts and vaccine mandates coming from the Orthodox community:

Very recently a Hasidic synagogue in Brooklyn hosted the wedding of a chief rabbi’s grandson. The wedding celebration was attended by thousands of Orthodox Jews dressed in their finest wedding attire, where there was singing, dancing and not a mask to be found.

How did such a wedding get pulled off under the watch New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his COVID enforcement police force?

Secrecy.

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According to the Yiddish newpaper Der Blatt, which is the publication of the Satmar sect of the Hasdic community, the organizers planned to hide the wedding of Yoel Teitelbaum, grandson of Satmar Grand Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum, from “the ravenous press and government officials.”

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“Due to the ongoing situation with government restrictions, preparations were made secretly and discreetly, so as not to draw attention from strangers,” the paper reported in its November 13th edition.

“In recent weeks, organizers worked tirelessly to arrange everything in the best way possible. All notices about upcoming celebrations were passed along through word of mouth, with no notices in writing, no posters on the synagogue walls, no invitations sent through the mail, nor even a report in any publication, including this very newspaper.”

The Jewish faith is under attack by Big Pharma and the globalist establishment. They will stop at nothing to pump shots into as many people as quickly as possible, even if it means subverting and destroying Judaism.

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President Biden Revokes Trump’s Executive Order on Classical Architecture

Beauty doesn’t matter to Biden.

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Joe Biden has revoked an executive order from Donald Trump’s presidency on the promotion of classical architecture and improvement of federal buildings.

According to NPR, the specifics of President Biden’s revocation are not yet clear, but it does ask the Office of Management and Budget to “promptly consider taking steps to rescind any orders, rules, regulations, guidelines, or policies, or portions thereof” established by former president Trump and set to take effect. Any “personnel positions, committees, task forces, or other entities established” for Trump’s ends will also be abolished.

Trump’s executive order, titled “Promoting Beautiful Federal Civic Architecture,” established the Council on Improving Federal Civic Architecture, a council that will in all likelihood be abolished under the parameters of Biden’s executive order.

Chairman of the US Commission of Fine Arts, Justin Shubow, criticized Biden’s executive order in a statement to NPR, saying that “our federal architecture has been dismal for decades, and has been designed in modernist styles that do not represent what ordinary Americans actually want.” He then cited a survey that said “72 percent of American adults prefer classical and traditional design for federal buildings.”

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“There were wide majorities for tradition across all demographic groups, including political party affiliation,” he added.

Big League Politics covered Trump’s signing of the classical architecture order back in late December of last year. The order said that “new Federal building designs should, like America’s beloved landmark buildings, uplift and beautify public spaces, inspire the human spirit, ennoble the United States, command respect from the general public, and, as appropriate, respect the architectural heritage of the region.”

It’s a shame that beauty doesn’t matter to Biden. But perhaps it’s fitting. Ugly buildings serve as a reminder of the ugly, swampy character of our ruling class.

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