Sunday, July 02, 2017

The APP’s Bigoted Fake News Campaign Against Orthodox Jews

http://matzav.com/the-apps-bigoted-fake-news-campaign-against-orthodox-jews/

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Anonymous said...

Religion not the issue in Lakewood welfare raids: So much for ‘Thou shall not steal’

by Steve Trevelise June 28, 2017 12:26 PM
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So much for “Thou shall not steal.”

As more and more arrests come out of Lakewood’s Jewish community for people accused of cheating the government out of various benefits, it makes you wonder how adherent these people are to their religion in the first place — as opposed to the “golden calf” of government.

LAKEWOOD WELFARE RAIDS

NEW:Hundreds attended Lakewood meeting warning of welfare fraud risk

Lakewood welfare fraud raids: Six more people scammed another $700,000, authorities say

‘Hundreds’ of Lakewood residents scrambling after welfare fraud raids, report says

Deminski: Zero excuse for any welfare cheats in Lakewood

Lakewood welfare fraud: It’s too easy, and not just Orthodox Jews to blame

Isn’t the belief of any religion to trust God that he will provide for you? What happened to Psalm 23 — “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want?” As someone who grew up in Hudson County, I’ve seen people cheat the system all my life, but you wouldn’t think that members of a religious community would be cheating the government out of several hundreds of thousands of dollars. Don’t they answer to a higher authority?

So why would religious residents of Lakewood cheat the government? To maintain the expense of their religion, of course. Or so says Duvi Honig of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce to the Asbury Park Press:

“The pressure of the community overhead — especially the (cost of) private schooling is unsustainable,” “People are forced to find ways to bend the system.”

He later told New Jersey 101.5 he was talking about using legal loopholes, not breaking the law. But no religion should force you to find ways to bend the system — and the truth is, this isn’t about the religion. It’s about the people who broke the law. To blame the religion is an insult to all those people who worship and who don’t steal.

What these people are accused of doing had nothing to do with their religion, and hopefully their religion will have nothing to do with it at their trials.

What’s going to be interesting is if they are convicted and must serve time. How much will the prison system conform to their beliefs? I’m guessing the government will find ways to get it done much cheaper.

More from New Jersey 101.5

Anonymous said...

I hear yodel doesn't live in Lakewood anymore. He lives in נהר דעה it has the same zip code 08701. אצל פומפודיתא