Monday, December 29, 2008

What Type of Hossid was Moshe Rabbeinu?

There is a lot going on in the world right now, but plenty of people blogging about Gaza (the war that started a few years ago, but Ehud Barak came late to the party).
If you need a dose of war updates, stop by the Muqata.

I have something MUCH more important to settle - I stumbled upon this video which addresses the most important of questions - what type of Jew was Moshe Rabeinu.

You can watch the video for yourself, but if you're in a hurry the logic is as follows:

First we must establish whether Moshe was a Chossid or a Misnagged (evidently the possibility that he was a a Sfardi or a Temani, or plain old Poshiter Yid isn't not even worth consideration).

Well - clearly he was a Chossid - how could you even THINK otherwise (the alternative is too frightening to even contemplate)?

So now that we've clearly established that he was a Chossid, the only question is what type of chossid was he?

Well, we know that Moshe was 10 Amot tall, and the Mishkan was 10 Amot tall - and clearly he wouldn't have wanted a hat taller than the Mishkan, so he must have warn a hat which is flat on top of his head - and who wears a flat hat? Satmar (and a few Breslevers).

So there you have it Moshe was a Satmar - don't believe me - here's the proof:

1 comment:

Altmans said...


What a brilliant tshuva.

I think I may have to join the Satmars, because their logic is overwhelming.

Oh, I have to go now, because the nice men have to come to put me back in the pretty white jacket with the arms that lock in the back...