October 13, 2016

What I told some “fat, happy, complacent” liberal Jews on Yom Kippur

Rebel Staff
 

As I told viewers last night: I’m not particularly religious, but Yom Kippur is an important holiday for Jews, and I was surprised to receive an invitation to speak at a synagogue the night before.

I had a blunt message for the virtue-signalling Toronto Jews in the congregation, and not all of them appreciated it. 

But I discovered that if I questioned them even gently about their liberal views, they weren't able to respond.

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commented 2016-10-13 10:47:19 -0400
Ezra, when you say “I’m not particularly religious”, I assume that you mean that you are not a devout Jew, following the beliefs and customs of the Jewish faith. However, I would disagree with your claim that you are “not particularly religious” in that everyone has a worldview or belief system that they use to view and understand the world. For example, humanism, where man is the measure of all things and man determines truth, is a religion.
commented 2016-10-13 10:02:43 -0400
After six tours in various desert vacation locations, I have to say Ezra, those Jews you talk about are everywhere – they might not like what is about to happen.

It is all over Europe.

It is coming to Canada – and perhaps sooner than most realize.
commented 2016-10-13 09:04:48 -0400
It doesn’t seem to matter what religion that were from… Even the Jews may have to learn the hard way that neither the Liberal government that they think makes them wealthy or the Muslims being imported into the country are not their friends.
commented 2016-10-13 08:44:55 -0400
Ezra, I think that the main reason the comfortable Toronto-for-life group wouldn’t understand your message has to do with projection.

These are people who know that they, personally, are reasonable. They know that they are open minded. They know that they personally would never take down another civilization or culture. And because they think that all people are the same, the refugees will look at things the same way as their enlightened selves. Those with personal experience with other cultures when those cultures are not in the minority know better. I’ve encountered the same difficulty when trying to explain to millennials that true multiculturalism means accepting racism, sexism, and slavery because other cultures can be explicitly based on them.

It’s another form of the old difference where conservatives make decisions based on experience and progressives make decisions based on theory.