Yesterday And Today The Story Always Remains The Same

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When Mordechai, a proud Jew, refused to bow down, Haman was infuriated. He resolved to take revenge against all the Jews and throw lots to determine the “lucky” day when he would implement his plan. The lot fell on the 13th day of the Hebrew month of Adar…

…Haman left the party a happy and proud man. Oh the honor he was being accorded! But standing at the king’s gate was Mordechai – who still refused to bow to Haman – and Haman was enraged. When he arrived home, his wife and wise advisors counseled him to erect a gallows, and then to go to the king and request permission to hang Mordechai. Haman excitedly went ahead and put up the gallows…

…The king was greatly angered. When he was then informed that Haman had built a gallows for Mordechai, he ordered that Haman be hanged on that very gallows…

…And the Jews in Shushan were oh so happy. Celebrations abounded!…

…On the 13th of Adar that year, the Jews throughout the Persian Empire mobilized and killed the enemies who had wanted to kill them. In Shushan, among the dead were Haman’s ten sons…

Our enemies have appeared throughout history and have representatives in every class and society. They are distinguished by their irrational, undisguised malice and never miss an opportunity to cause harm.

The reason we can’t fulfill this commandment to destroy Amalek today is because Sancharive dispersed all the nations and mixed everybody up, and we don’t know who Amalek is. Chances are that the Jewish nation has some from the nation of Amalek.

Well they are finally coming out of the closet and reveling themselves to us. Yes, right here in Crown Heights.

May the end of the Amalek’s/Mossrim of this generations be as their forefathers. May we merit to see very soon, the Mosrim hanging from the very same gallows they prepared for the others; the righteous Jews.

LChaim Happy Purim

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4 Responses to “Yesterday And Today The Story Always Remains The Same”

  1. WhoIsShmira? Says:

    In every generation we have our Mordechais and Hamans, the good guys and the bad guys….Who are you?

  2. WhoIsHaman? Says:

    So many Hamans to chose from…Theres room for ten.

  3. WhoIsShmira? Says:

    They have everything, why are they still angry?

    Yeah, there’s anger everywhere. I’m surprised at it because the people that are angry are the people who are “winning”. Their people are” winning elections”, they’re winning on the “policy battles” and they’re still mad. They’re still angry. They’re perpetually angry! They’re perpetually enraged. And people have asked me why.

    I don’t know. I can’t relate to being mad all the time. I don’t want to be mad all the time. I don’t want to wake up mad. I don’t want to go to bed mad. I don’t want to spend all day mad. There are a lot of people that do it, though, and I, frankly, I don’t understand it. It’s not something that I want to try to parse and analyze. All I know is that they’re not the people are going to get anything done. The constant complaining and whining and anger has got a root cause somewhere, and it all equals is unhappiness and dissatisfaction. And they end up striking out at people like Krinsky (Aguch-Merkoz), Shomrim, Hershkop, Shemtov, this Rov and that Rov etc… and blaming everybody else for the fact that they don’t feel very happy, when in fact they need to look inward.

    The Mosrim took over the JCC.
    The Shmira joined the COP, they have two city owned cars to do as they please with, on the tax payers dollar.
    The shmira also have spacial NYPD IDs.

    The Mishichistim as of today have control of 770.
    They (the Mosrim and Co.), have opened their own schools.
    They (spritzer ) succeeded in stealing a camp, so they also have a camp.

    SO WHY THE HELL ARE THEY STILL MAD AND ANGRY?

    Looking in the Megillat Esther we find the same scene…
    Chapter 5-9:
    9. That day Haman left happy and content. But when Haman saw Mordechai at the king’s gate and [Mordechai] neither rose nor trembled before him, Haman was filled with wrath against Mordechai.

    10. Haman restrained himself and went to his house and sent for his friends and his wife Zeresh.

    11. Haman told them of his glorious wealth and his many sons, and all about how the king had promoted and raised him above all the king’s ministers and servants.

    12. Then Haman said: “In addition, along with the king, Queen Esther invited only me to the feast that she prepared. Tomorrow, too, I am invited to her [feast] along with the king.

    13. “Yet all this is worthless to me whenever I see Mordechai the Jew sitting at the king’s gate!”

    Let’s not try to explain jealousy, envy and pure hate. It just exists. The only solution is to let it hang on it’s own gallows.

    Related:
    If I can’t enjoy life and be happy, you wont either!

  4. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly Says:

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