99% of Jews Agree

The JIDF needs better editors. We need to "not be so anti-Obama." We must have a singular goal. We should clean up our act. We should be perfect. We should not do this. We should not do that. We should not post certain videos. We should. We shouldn't. We should not post music. We should change our site. We should become a non-profit. We should not say we are inspired by Rabbi Meir Kahane. We should change our wording. We should. We shouldn't. We should make Aliyah. If we care so much, we should join the IDF.

You know what we should do? Completely tune out everyone and only listen to our hearts, as we have done all along as it has gotten us to wherever it has gotten us today.

Where is that? We're not sure. We don't care necessarily. This is a relatively new organization. It was very informal and anonymous until recently because of one thing we did. We do a lot of that which does not get recognized, and we are fine that we do not get recognized for it, but we wish people would focus on other things (ie. the issues we try to bring into the spotlight) rather than on the JIDF itself. Our goal is to get people closer to the issues, or closer to Hashem or or closer to something. We are not trying to be some self-promotional organization. (However, we do feel any information about us out there should be accurate, especially on the popular encyclopedia of misleading and unreliable information, Wikipedia, which is known for its anti-Jewish and anti-Israel attitudes throughout their articles, editors and administrators.)

"Going public" was probably not much of a good idea as it seems most people are completely missing our points and instead are getting upset with every little detail with regard our to our general presence. It's all good though. We only want the full support of the 1% who "get it" and who "get it" fully. Then there are the non-Jews who might "get it" too. To the others who don't "get it" or who wish to write us off, that is fine. Please run along. We cannot be everything to everyone. Sorry to disappoint you.

However, as they say, money talks. If anyone wishes to make a serious donation to the JIDF (despite all of the good, bad, and ugly) we will seriously consider your point of view with regard to what we should and should not do. This doesn't mean we change our thoughts and/or beliefs, it means we would be open to considerations regarding the alteration of our style and technique a bit. It also does not mean that we would do it, it just means we'd be more likely to consider changes from people who are willing to put their money where their mouth is. If they care so much about this organization, then they should! We can go in many directions and we enjoy not playing by the rules all the time. We like being a little unorthodox in our approach, despite our love, respect and appreciation for observant Jews. We like having some chutzpah. We love the beauty of making mistakes and not pretending to be perfect, thereby showing our humanity. We feel these elements are sadly lacking within many Jewish organizations, who, for some reason, feel the need to promise land concessions, help arm the enemies of our people, free the enemies of our people from prison, trade them for dead bodies, view the terrorist "Fatah" party and its Holocaust denying leader as "moderate," be a front group for progressive liberalism, mistake that for "Judaism," confuse liberal values with Jewish values, not share enough rare Zeppelin, etc:

This one goes out to all cute
and natural "religious settler" girls in the Hills.......especially "Neta"
the religious filmmaker featured in the documentary "Unsettled"










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