I would gladly pay you Tuesday for a halakha today!
Well, I see that Rabbi Fatz is currently doing his whirlwind SHOW ME THE MONEY! tour of the USA, milking the clueless Gerrings for every penny they have. Of course he claims he’s not doing it for the money. Yeah, sure. Buy my books! Pay to see my lectures!
This is what the Noahide Movement has become; simply a means to subsidize rabbis who don’t have what it takes to have their own shul and congregation, rabbis who are teaching Judaism instead of Noahide Law, turning the Noahide Law into a poor-man’s sect of Judaism.
To get an idea of how far afield these teachings are from Noahide Law, let’s look at a sample from one of the clueless gerrings:
Here is a crucial Rambam issue. Acum (idolator) and Nochri ( ben Noach ). These have laws governing them from the Rabbinic point of view. However Ger is neither. So there is no Halacha for the GER. So many think this Is ” making” a new religion. This is the ” orthodox ” view. Since there is no fence, there is no control. This makes the ” orthodox ” scared.GER is not commanded but does. Very ” UNorthodox “. We tend to serve Hashem because we love him. Out of pure desire to please the master of the universe. For this, we are hated. ( a lot). Sometimes you eat the show bread in the Temple, and dance naked. We love the written and the oral. We love the Jew and the land. We want to help not hurt. For a non Jew to feel like this, one would think joy would fill the hearts to those in exile. But since it has been 2800 years since this phenomenon has happened, it is by definition, UN orthodox! But if they don’t accept this briskers, ashkenazi, Chabad, then why would they accept GER? [sic]
“Here is a crucial Rambam issue. Acum (idolator) and Nochri (ben Noach). These have laws governing them from the Rabbinic point of view. However Ger is neither. So there is no Halacha for the GER.”
Here’s the first problem. “These have laws governing them from the Rabbinic point of view.” Well, isn’t that just spiffy. No halakha for the gerring. That’s because the entire concept of “gerring” is something that a certain rabbi pulled out of his ample tuchas. The reason there is no halakha for gerrings is that the entire concept of “gerrings” is a fictional construct, something that hasn’t existed in two millennia as the vast majority of orthodox rabbis teach. “Gerring” is an extreme minority opinion.
And here’s the crucial Noahide issue: the Noahide Law is supposed to be all-inclusive, not dividing people up into different categories such as “acum” and “nochri.” You’re either a Jew or a non-Jew (Noahide), and if you’re a Noahide, you’re either observant or non-observant. That’s it. The Noahide Code is all about observance, not “belief.” Yes, I know that these are categories in rabbinic writings, but they are meaningless for a Noahide living in a sovereign Noahide state far from Israel. You’re either an observant Noahide, or you’re not observant. Most Americans are obviously non-observant. Certainly the gerrings are non-observant (there is no halakha for the gerring!).
“So many think this Is ” making” a new religion.”
That’s right. It’s simply a sect of Judaism, which is, of course, a violation of Noahide Law. Of course, gerrings are all into Jewish religion which they have plenty of time for since they eschew halakha.
GER is not commanded but does. Very ” UNorthodox “.
Here the gerrings admit that they do not follow the Noahide Law. They follow laws that they are not commanded to keep, i.e. Jewish laws.
We tend to serve Hashem because we love him. Out of pure desire to please the master of the universe.
This would be funny if it weren’t so pathetic. So, the gerrings “serve” Hashem because they “love” Him? Gerrings do nothing of the kind. Gerrings serve themselves. If they really wanted to serve Hashem, they would follow halakha as they are commanded. But as we have seen, they don’t follow halakha. They think that by pretending to be Jewish, and keeping Jewish laws, Hashem is going to smile benevolently upon them.
For this, we are hated.
Well, that’s a little strong. I don’t think Hashem hates gerrings, but I’m sure He’s not happy about their non-observance. If gerrings think Hashem will bless them because they keep some Jewish laws and wear gerring beanies, well, they need to go back and read the Tanach.
Sometimes you eat the show bread in the Temple, and dance naked.
And sometimes you run around with a beanie that has GERRING stitched into it, pretending you’re something you’re not.
We love the Jew and the land.
But the gerring doesn’t love Hashem, seeing how they disrespect His Torah by saying they are above halakha.
For a non Jew to feel like this, one would think joy would fill the hearts to those in exile.
Well, they are certainly filling the bank accounts of these rabbis who are milking them for all the money they can get. It should be noted that the vast majority of rabbis think that Fatz’s interpretation of Torah is wrong, and his opinion is a very minority opinion.
Of course, the gerrings don’t care about things such as facts. The gerrings I have spoken with have a very narrow and shallow understanding of Torah. Oh, sure, they are good at regurgitating the kabbalistic jargon force-fed to them like a mother bird feeds her offspring her vomit, but they are clueless about the Torah proper, and certainly do not understand the Noahide Law.
A typical Texas gerring mikvah
When the Shituf hits the fan
The latest crusade those silly gerrings are doing is Shituf. Shituf is a concept meaning “partnership,” as in the idea of the Trinity. It is a pagan concept, and it rightfully should be rejected, but that is not the problem. The problem is, once again, the dumb gerrings blindly following the orders of those who have no business telling Noahides what to do.
Here’s the problem with the gerring’s “war” on shituf. The gerrings should be focusing on getting rid of Christianity itself, not simply attacking one part of their theology that the gerrings do not agree with. According to halakha, ALL organized religion is prohibited under Noahide Law. And the most dangerous of organized religions are the ones that seem to be Torah-legit, such as Gerringism or Schneersonanity.
But the rabbis do not want us attacking religion, particularly the Dead-Jew-on-a-Stick variety. No, no! they tell us; Jews do not attack other religions. It is against halakha, the rabbis say, and they usually trot out the Dina D’Malkhuta Dina rule to back it up.
Of course, the problem with this argument is that Noahides are not Jews. Noahides are supposed to install a court system that prohibits idolatry and blasphemy, which means organized religion (Noahides are forbidden to create ANY forms of religious worship.) What the rabbis are doing is interfering with the Noahide’s duty and obligations to follow halakha, a clear violation of the halakha of not putting a stumbling block in the path of the blind, as Bava Metzia 90b explains. Not that any of this matters to the gerrings. Like the junkies they are, they simply want their emotional religious fix. It’s bad enough listening to the gerrings drone on about circumcision for the gerrings, kosher food for the gerrings, Yom Tov for the gerrings, Shabbat for the gerrings, prayers for the gerrings; the list goes on and on. The one thing that the gerrings DON’T talk about? The one thing they’re actually supposed to be doing: the Severn Laws.
Chlorine is a Gas
Now we turn our attention to another one of the gerring rabbis, Rabbi Chlorine. Here’s a post from about a month ago where Chlorine tries to use his rabbinic status to push a secular political agenda.
The 49th gate of spiritual impurity? Don’t ask where he got that bunch of kabbalistic hocus-pocus from. Also, to support Trump just because he’s got a Jewish son-in-law is like telling someone to invest with Bernie Madoff because he’s a Jew. As Mark Twain once said: “The Jews are just like everybody else, only more so.” There are good Jews and bad Jews (like Madoff) just like there are good rabbis, and at the other end of the scale, well, rabbis such as Fatz who are misleading the Noahides for personal gain.
But Hashem jumped in, rewarded America for all of its manifold mitzvoth, tzedaka, kindness to Israel, and Texas…
And what of Harvey, the Texas-sized enema that America is taking up the Brownsville this morning? Chlorine seems to forget that the USA is the flagship of Edom, and just because they support the secular government of Israel (which I doubt Hashem is a big fan of) doesn’t mean we’re gonna have a can of Holy Whoop-ass opened up on us soon.
And brought forth John Donald Trump…
For some reason, Psalm 146:2 comes to mind…Do not rely on nobles, nor on a human being who holds no salvation.
and returned glamour to the White House…
Because, as we all know, what is important is to be glamorous. Not righteous. Right, rabbi?
Many years ago, Rabbi Moshe Kerr had the idea of turning as many goyim as they could into fanatical Noahides, and then inviting them to move into the outer perimeter of Israel so they could be the first line of defense in the likely event of an Arab attack. I mean, hey, there’s seven billion more where they came from, right? But it is this angle, the political angle, that seems to be fueling the rabbinic engine that has turned the Noahide movement into simply an odd Jewish sect, one that will support Israel politically (and militarily, they hope.) I mean, so what that we have a country that supports idolatry, where blasphemy is protected as “free speech,” where an ancient Roman-based legal system is designed to benefit the wealthy at the expense of the poor, that the environment is being systematically destroyed, that our financial system is about to implode, that our “innovative sovereignty” is about to go out in flames. At least we’ll be glamorous doing it.