It is not first that they are making such tonsure, my grandfather enjoyed it three times during his life. However, for the first time in modern history they has gone so far, as to Jerusalem, touching the very apple of my hazle eye. The Zionist leaders are falling, as was sons and princes of Judah. The state of Israel is turning the next to last page of prophet Jeremiah story. Story of fall of Jerusalem.
“And the king of Babylon slew the sons of Zedekiah before his eyes: he slew also all the princes of Judah in Riblah.”
During yesternigh special Knesset meeting - Shaul Mofaz - has asked Bibi+ ‘Who do you want replaced’. In fact, he is maybe in no different situation that the Lord was ‘spaking’ of his ‘fans’ that he will sent to the land of Babylon. He, while is playing this ‘Cymbaly’ like Mickiewicz Jankiel’s - did not even suposed that he can be also replaced. What has acctualy happened in Jeremiah 49.
His ani-Babylonian speech (Jeremiah 50-51) that was later published was mixed and defused, as ‘spaken’ from behind the grave. ‘Spaken’ by mouths of blue-eyed Brevik. Something that after the Thora has been made a founding stone of Western Orderal is no longer possible, as it would mean that nation of Israel will be dissolved - F O R E V E R.
Lord cannot but our Jankiel can be replaced. It would be better for not only Israeli to not upgrade him. While your Kibbutz has been growed on the Holy Land and what has presented during Democratic convention have some understanding on the God and Jerusalem - things can change dramaticaly once Mofaz will be replaced.
Jankiel is not Jew, as was in times of Mickiewicz, but just Zionist. But your ‘fans’ are damaged, sometimes heavily. And if you will turn this page, will cook not only fall of Jerusalem but just true nuclear Holocaust, even if not on the global scale.
Unlike in the story of Jeremiah - Lord is unrepracable - and will listen to you to the end. Your fate is still undecided and this time correct Zosia awaits in Denmark for a Jankiel play. If you will change, as was in case of King Zedekiah, maybe you will not finish, as Kingdom of Judha did. The Lord will be still with you, just as my grandfather Witkacy was. But it will be much harder, if this Kibuttz will come out of control…
There were many players of the dulcimer, but none of them dared to perform in Jankiel’s presence. (Jankiel had been spending the whole winter no one knows where; now he had suddenly made his appearance along with the General Staff.)
Everybody knew that no one could compare with him in playing that instrument, either in skill, taste, or talent.
They begged him to play and offered him the dulcimer; the Jew refused, saying that his hands had grown stiff, that he was out of practice, that he did not dare to, that he was embarrassed by the men of high station; with many a bow he was stealing away.
When Zosia saw this, she ran up, and with one white hand proffered him the hammers with which the master was wont to sound the strings; with the other hand she stroked the old man’s grey beard, and said with a curtsy:—
“Jankiel, be so good; you see this is my betrothal; play for me, Jankiel. Haven’t you often promised to play at my wedding?”
Adam Mickiewicz de Poraj