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Showing posts with label courage. Show all posts
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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Why I've Been Low Profile Of Late, Despite That Confronting Certain Evils Is Not Just About Me

To work up the courage to do what is right when your own loved ones arepersecuting you is tough, especially when they claim to want what is right whilethey actually would rather have safety—at least partly—in the status quo andnormalcy. Going out on a limb and literally risking your own limbs for the sakeof others becomes even tougher when your loved ones can force you to stop takingthat risk, despite that taking that risk is righteous and worth more than evenlife. Having nobody in lieu of your loved ones to support you—or to confrontyour loved ones—is all the more tough—and so is having your potential in-lieusupport system support your loved ones (even if they mean well in doing so).

That is why I have been low profile of late—and with nowhere to go if I takethe risk and am caught. I can only imagine, by the way, if the attitudes ofloved ones and positions in the cases of those such as MLK, Mark Potok, Jay Sekulow, and even Miep Gies had been like those in my case.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Why the Non-Anusi Rusnaks Reached Out To the Anusi Ones

As I noted before, Reform Judaism and Catholicism heretically teach:


"Heaven is not a gated community. The righteous of any people and any faith have a place in it. Our actions, not our specific beliefs, determine our fate. No concept of Hell exists in Judaism. The closest we get is the fate of apostate (a person who renounces God, faith and morality in this world), who is said to be “cut off from his kin.”"


In Hungary (later part of Austria Hungary), Neolog (Hungarian Reform) Judaism (as I explained to Kevin):


"It looks like Andrej Novak and Jan Molnar were witnesses--this would mean that the Rusnaks, Molnars, Novaks, et. al. stuck together when kicked out of Kosice. However, this means that only the Rusnaks and Molnars converted at the time. It may mean that the Novaks did, too, or simply that they begrudgingly went to an Anusi wedding in support of their meshumad brother--this could've gotten them into huge trouble, though. Nonetheless, even some Orthodox and Proto-Conservative, -Reform, and -Reconstructionist (since only Orthodox Judaism was the P'rushi Judaism at the time, and the Rusnaks were not Karaites; and Reform Judaism was just getting founded. Anyway, even some Orthodox and Proto-Reform P'rushim) allowed Non-Messianic Jews to attend and participate in Messianic and Anusi weddings provided that they did nothing Christian, etc. (e.g., See modern CCAR Resolution 168).

...

"This only serves to confirm my theory that Anusim stuck together (and we did! There's no shame in being Jewish--provided that we know Mashiach, anyway; otherwise, we do become a byword as TaNaKH says)."

As I also stated, Reform Judaism had its beginnings in the 1820s to 1840s in Berlin, Germany; and a huge date for the Reform Movement (however kofer Reform Judaism is) is 1847 (and we've discussed how kofer Reform Judaism is--since, for example, they do not believe even in a Mashiach to come or in the inerrancy of TaNaKH with or without Hadashah).

Later came Modern Orthodox P'rushi Judaism, which was influenced by Reform (including Neolog) Judaism (e.g., not living like haredim but, unlike Reform Judaism, still maintaining the belief in TaNaKH's inerrancy). This is where Vilmosz and his side of the family stood in terms of the P'rushi continuum--after all, for example, Vilmosz did own a business; and stricter Orthodox P'rushim would stay home studying Torah and Talmud Bavli all day.

Talmud Bavli teaches, as I've stated, that one may break a mitzvah to save a life--embodied in piku'ach nefesh:

  1. "MISHNAH. IF ONE IS SEIZED BY A RAVENOUS HUNGER,HE MAY BE GIVEN TO EAT EVEN UNCLEAN THINGS UNTIL HIS EYES ARE ENLIGHTENED.IF ONE WAS BIT BY A MAD DOG, HE MAY NOT  GIVE HIM TO EAT THE LOBE OF ITS LIVER, BUT R. MATTHIA B. HERESH PERMITS IT.FURTHERMORE DID R. MATTHIA B. HERESH SAY:IF ONE HAS PAIN IN HIS THROAT, HE MAY POUR MEDICINE INTO HIS MOUTH ON THE SABBATH, BECAUSE IT IS A POSSIBILITY OF DANGER TO HUMAN LIFE AND EVERY DANGER TO HUMAN LIFE SUSPENDS THE [LAWS OF THE] SABBATH. IF DEBRIS FALL ON SOMEONE, AND IT IS DOUBTFUL WHETHER OR NOT HE IS THERE, OR WHETHER HE IS ALIVE OR DEAD, OR WHETHER  HE BE AN ISRAELITE OR A HEATHEN, ONE SHOULD OPEN [EVEN ON SABBATH] THE HEAP OF DEBRIS FOR HIS SAKE. IF ONE FINDS HIM ALIVE ONE SHOULD REMOVE  THE DEBRIS, AND IF HE BE DEAD ONE SHOULD LEAVE HIM THERE [UNTIL THE SABBATH DAY IS OVER]."
  2. "Our Rabbis taught: One must remove debris to save a life on the Sabbath, and the more eager one is, the more praiseworthy is one; and one need not obtain permission from the Beth din..."


Given that and that the Reform teaching states, "The closest we get is the fate of apostate..., who is said to be “cut off from his kin", Vilmosz obviously had no problem reaching out to Mary Rusnak Gaydos, the oldest-surviving child and the oldest daughter and of Gyorgy's grandson and Jakub's son Andrej (Andrew). That Vilmosz considered quite a few factors besides Mary's seniority is clear. For example:

  1. Jakub himself couldn't help; since, after all, Jews--Non Messianic, Anusi (Messianic and Non Messianic), and Messianic--were all in danger during the Shoah if they were in Europe and the Middle East. As for Gyorgy, he died in 1871.
  2. Andrew and Julia were both too old (56-68 and 47-59) to help during the Shoah (1933-1945), and they had children at home (Carl, b. 1922; Agnes, b. 1935; Joseph, b. 1927). Besides, Julia married into the family.
  3. Mary was only 26-38 during the entire Shoah, had a husband (Michael Gaydos), and only two to five children at home at any given time (Helen, b. 1930; MaryAnn, b. 1932; Joan, b. 1936; Larry, b. 1941; Tina, b. 1943). By the time of the worst part of the Shoah (the "Final Solution"), Mary had her parents, younger-but-old-enough siblings (quite a few of whom, besides the three still at the Fosko-Rusnak home, were not married or having children yet), and old-enough children to help her raise her children and even help provide for the family if (so to speak) push came to shove.
  4. Carl, Joseph, and Andy (b. 1917) were all serving in WW2.
Vilmosz and his side weren't stupid, by the way--they did their homework (e.g., researched) and found out what they needed to find out, which saving lives required them to do. If they didn't do at least some remembering of the meshumad side, talking to other people, looking for records, etc.; they would have--and they knew that they would have--squandered any last opportunity to be saved from the Shoah.

In case you don't believe me, by the way, let me refresh what common sense you might have:

  1. Even if you're cut off from your family, you don't forget them.
  2. If you want to save a life and are desperate, you may reach out to even who you consider the worst among your family. As the saying goes, "Where there's a will, there's a way."
  3. If you want to save a life and are desperate, you will do you homework if you can. As the saying goes, "Do what you can with what you have, where you are."
  4. If your relatives claim to be Christian (especially if they're Jewish Christian) and you're a Jew, you're going to expect them to help you as a Jew--maybe even a fellow Jew--out. After all, Jesus was a Jew; so why wouldn't Christians help Jews, especially if the Christians are Jewish?
  5. Anne Frank's family reached out to gentiles for help and even tried to civilly-disobediently get smuggled papers and other documents to survive and go to America. Why wouldn't Vilmosz reach out, as a last resort, to Mary Rusnak Gaydos?
  6. Not everything is or can be proven or even documented--e.g., MaryAnn Gaydos is hiding the letters that would prove that Mary Gaydos Rusnak messed up. Why? As I have explained,  Mary Rusnak Gaydos stopped writing to them when they asked for help, and the letters have been sickly twisted into a money plea from Julia Fosko Rusnak's family by Dr. MaryAnn Gaydos. Dr. Gaydos refuses to reveal the actual letters, claiming that they are nothing more than a plea for money from the family of Alexander and Emil Focko, who asked Mary for money--and she goes so far as to claim that Mary sent food even though she stopped writing. 
  7. Per that " she goes so far as to claim that Mary sent food even though she stopped writing", why would Mary Rusnak Gaydos have sent something perishable and easy to steal (e.g., during shipment) such as food to desperate, war-torn Europe? Money is non perishable and more useful, anyway; and money can buy, for example, food. Besides, Europe was recovering after the war, and there were rations and other foodstuffs from during and after the war.
Do I need to go on? 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Repost: Gyorgy Kvetkovits Rusnak and The Conversion

I'll obviously be teaching Kevin more Hebrew (if he cares to learn; though as aLevi descended from a Lewshik--Levshik--on his mom's side, he should); but first, toda el (thanks to) Kevin for sending the records; and this is what I replied to him:

"It looks like Andrej Novak and Jan Molnar were witnesses--this would mean that the Rusnaks, Molnars, Novaks, et. al. stuck together when kicked out of Kosice. However, this means that only the Rusnaks and Molnars converted at the time. It may mean that the Novaks did, too, or simply that they begrudgingly went to an Anusi wedding in support of their meshumad brother--this could've gotten them into huge trouble, though. Nonetheless, even some Orthodox and Proto-Conservative, -Reform, and -Reconstructionist (since only Orthodox Judaism was the P'rushi Judaism at the time, and the Rusnaks were not Karaites; and Reform Judaism was just getting founded. Anyway, even some Orthodox and Proto-Reform P'rushim) allowed Non-Messianic Jews to attend and participate in Messianic and Anusi weddings provided that they did nothing Christian, etc. (e.g., See modern CCAR Resolution 168).

"This may also shed further light on Foczko-Hanzok Anusi practices--we already saw the sticking together and naming of the children as anything other than (with few exceptions) "Maria". Even our cousin Mariama Valkova was not given the variant "Maria", for example.

"This only serves to confirm my theory that Anusim stuck together (and we did! There's no shame in being Jewish--provided that we know Mashiach, anyway; otherwise, we do become a byword as TaNaKH says)."

By the way, Reform Judaism had its beginnings in the 1820s to 1840s in Berlin, Germany; and a huge date for the Reform Movement (however kofer Reform Judaism is) is 1847 (and we've discussed how kofer Reform Judaism is--since, for example, they do not believe even in a Mashiach to come or in the inerrancy of TaNaKH with or withoutHadashah).

By the way, I will find out Kevin's Hebrew name, but it includes HaLevi

The records, meanwhile:




By the way, laughter did happen when I confirmed that "Kvet-Kovits" is Jewish; and tears almost swelled up along with pride for Yisra'elHa'Eretz l'Am-Avoti (Israel, the land of my dad's people). 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Gyorgy Kvetkovits Rusnak and The Conversion

I'll obviously be teaching Kevin more Hebrew (if he cares to learn; though as a Levi descended from a Lewshik--Levshik--on his mom's side, he should); but first, toda el (thanks to) Kevin for sending the records; and this is what I replied to him:

"It looks like Andrej Novak and Jan Molnar were witnesses--this would mean that the Rusnaks, Molnars, Novaks, et. al. stuck together when kicked out of Kosice. However, this means that only the Rusnaks and Molnars converted at the time. It may mean that the Novaks did, too, or simply that they begrudgingly went to an Anusi wedding in support of their meshumad brother--this could've gotten them into huge trouble, though. Nonetheless, even some Orthodox and Proto-Conservative, -Reform, and -Reconstructionist (since only Orthodox Judaism was the P'rushi Judaism at the time, and the Rusnaks were not Karaites; and Reform Judaism was just getting founded. Anyway, even some Orthodox and Proto-Reform P'rushim) allowed Non-Messianic Jews to attend and participate in Messianic and Anusi weddings provided that they did nothing Christian, etc. (e.g., See modern CCAR Resolution 168).

"This may also shed further light on Foczko-Hanzok Anusi practices--we already saw the sticking together and naming of the children as anything other than (with few exceptions) "Maria". Even our cousin Mariama Valkova was not given the variant "Maria", for example.

"This only serves to confirm my theory that Anusim stuck together (and we did! There's no shame in being Jewish--provided that we know Mashiach, anyway; otherwise, we do become a byword as TaNaKH says)."

By the way, Reform Judaism had its beginnings in the 1820s to 1840s in Berlin, Germany; and a huge date for the Reform Movement (however kofer Reform Judaism is) is 1847 (and we've discussed how kofer Reform Judaism is--since, for example, they do not believe even in a Mashiach to come or in the inerrancy of TaNaKH with or without Hadashah).

By the way, I will find out Kevin's Hebrew name, but it includes HaLevi

The records, meanwhile:




By the way, laughter did happen when I confirmed that "Kvet-Kovits" is Jewish; and tears almost swelled up along with pride for Yisra'el, Ha'Eretz l'Am-Avoti (Israel, the land of my dad's people). 

Monday, June 4, 2012

I've Stated Before That I'm Not Covering For Great-Grandma Gaydos...

Now with Dr. MaryAnn Gaydos giving Jack Czarnecki control of the Fosko-Rusnak Family Reunion, all credibility that they possibly could've had is gone, shot, down the drain. First, Jack Czarnecki was not born a Fosko Rusnak. Secondly, he has no right to ban anyone who was born a Fosko, a Rusnak, or a Fosko Rusnak to ban anyone from the Fosko-Rusnak Family Reunion. Thirdly, Grandaunt MaryAnn and Pop-Pop (and Grandma and others) are playing games--this is all part of who will help them cover up (among other things) our Jewish heritage and what happened to Vilmosz Rusznak's side of the family; and cover for (among other people) Great-Grandma Gaydos.

By the way (and this isn't just to Kevin, but to anyone else who'd like to give me and others a hard time), you know why "a quick first look at the microfilm from the 1820's and 1830's didn't show Gyorgy [Rusznak]'s baptism record"? It didn't show it because it wasn't there. With all due respect (and my apologizes to you, Zlatica and Mark at Ancestry.com), the Rusnaks on the Gyorgy Rusnak side did not convert until 1820 or later--to be fair and honest to you both (Zlatica and Mark, and to anyone else as well), the generation of Jakub (Great-Great-Granddad Andrew Rusnak's dad) was probably the first one to convert or be baptized (and not all adult Anusim--e.g., Gyorgy--went through baptism if they converted--it was enough to be Anusi; to be meshumad would've made it worse for them). 

I'm not playing this coverup game for my great-grandmother Mary Rusnak Gaydos, who tried to cover up our Jewish heritage and (in part of the coverup) betrayed the Vilmosz Rusnak side of the family during the Holocaust--not writing to your relatives when they are asking you for life-saving help, even if they sat shiva for your side of the family before, is sick.


By the way, Non-Evangelical (Non-Christian) Catholicism is a bunch of kofer, meshumad crap ("kofer" translating to "apostate" or "apostate's", and "meshumad" translating to the same in this case; and I'm using both as adjectives). The Vatican--the Roman (and frankly, its Eastern equivalent, the Byzantine) Catholic "Church"--has caused (among other things) the pogroms, the Crusades, and the Inquisition--all Anti-Semitic, Pseudo-Christian (and Anti-Christian) events. So, with all due respect to my Anusi, Non-Evangelical Catholic family and so to speak, get your head out of the sand and come to know the Messiah Yeshua. 

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

I Unfortunately Come From A Family of Cowards...

I'm not ashamed to stand by my beliefs; I'm ashamed of my family who are. For example, my sister and my mom have one belief that I'm not allowed to mention--and I'm not being a hypocrite: I mentioned it before, but was yelled at and threatened with having my computer taken away. I had the choice of either following the gag order (so to speak) or having you not see this or potential future blog entries. 

I also continue to be ashamed of my grandaunt Dr. MaryAnn Gaydos--she and I (and others) full well know that if those letters (which I have mentioned before) were really to the Foskos and written in the Post-WW2 Era, she surely would've released them or the contents thereof to the family by now. After all, they're family history and nothing to be ashamed of if they weren't part of a cover up--a cover up of our Jewish heritage, how Great-Grandma responded to Vilmos' and his side of the family's pleas for help, etc..

I furthermore (even though G-d used evil for good) am ashamed even of my Anusi relatives--at least my openly Non-Messianic Jewish relatives, however misguided and blind they were (and whether they were deliberately or unintentionally blind)--stood for their faith even to--literally--death or the risk thereof (e.g., Auschwitz and--before the Holocaust--the pogroms). Many of my relatives, even Messianic Jews among us, continue to be Anusim today--what a shame! Jesus, as one of my relatives (and you know who you are and how you) put it, "was born a Jew, lived as a Jew and died a Jew." (I'm being generous in not mentioning who you are--you already testified against yourself. The least that you can do, since Messiah acknowledge His Jewish heritage, is acknowledge your own Jewish heritage--that is, the heritage separate from mine--and our common Jewish heritage.)

Have some chazak and kavod