I think you should be more educated outside the hasidic sect. That is what I think. I am all for converting to judaism, but I am all for doing it without instantly learning hate for another religious sect. That is DEFINITELY not achdut. What did you do when our soldiers…
There is no point to argue with you, even though you made a lot of false claims. I want to reply to something you said. “Show me one Zionist who shed one tear from the soldiers killed is this recent war.”
To that I say.. what the hell? All of Israel was crying out…me.. my chosson.. all the people in my community- we are all Zionists at heart. Religious zionists believe that by establishing the state of israel and by having yeshivas there and by bringing the Jews back to Israel and settling the land and having a place that is our own is the beginning of the Geula. You will find things to disprove that..but the maharal, Rav Tukachinsky and can show you many other sources that bring about such ideas. Torah is so vast that you can prove anything from anything. Just as much as you can prove one stance from the Torah, I can prove the opposite stance from the same Torah.
Satmar learns from all the other chassidut- but they are strictly against Breslev.. Why?
Yes, great. You learn chasiddut..but why are you so closed off to learning other forms of Judaism and understanding other ways of Jewish thought (all within the realms of Orthodox Judaism). You mentioned to me in other conversations that you listen to tapes from Rav Moshe Weinberger but you don’t listen to the parts where he mentions rav Kook or if he talks about Israel/zionistic topics. If that is not closed off, then I don’t know what is. There are many great leaders that Satmar won’t agree with…but it doesn’t mean they are not right.
What the Satmar rebbe said about blaming the parents is completely insensitive. You can be standing and the ceiling can fall right on you. A person can die pretty much everywhere. To say to the parents that they are at fault is very inappropriate and not thought out. A leader should be careful with his words.
You mentioned Satmar has the most achdus. Everyone has achdus within their own sect. The issue is when a sect has an elitist attitude and doesn’t attempt to make achdus with other sects. Don’t only have achdus with other sects that you share common beliefs in- build bridges between EVERYONE. It is nice to boast about how your sect’s achdus is the best- but until all Jews from every spectrum come together- now that is achdus. Unfortunately no Jews have reached that point yet because we are all one- Kol Yisroel Areivim Ze le ze (Each Jew is responsible for the other)- we are all connected. So by talking down about others and saying how others are wrong- you are only shooting yourself in your own foot.
There are 70 faces to the Torah - 70 ways that it could be understood. You have one of them. You don’t have all of them. Try to open up your heart to the other 69.