Are the Reform Jews justified when they write or say that the Orthodox Jews hate them?
I can’t tell you – I don’t know what all Orthodox Jews are thinking. But this Orthodox Jew over here – I despise them. I don’t hate them, I despise them. Yes, I despise them. Reform Jews are willing to do all kinds of wicked things. If you can have a rabbi, a reform rabbi who is gay, is there anything worse than that?! The New York Times wrote “The Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is proud to welcome their new Rabbi – him and his partner”. And you want to love them?! You want to love a snake? I don’t even understand what the question is. You despise them! What’s the question?! A Rabbi?! He’s a mushchas! And they honor that man?! It’s terrible.
And the Reform Rabbis are pressing that gay marriage should be permitted. They are at the forefront of the movement. It’s a terrible thing. These resha’im are ruining America. Even the Christians are saying, “What’s going on here? These are Jews?! Look at what the Jews are doing to America”.
So what should we do, love them? What’s the question? What’s even the question?
Well, my question is, that maybe we should hate their deeds, what they do, but not them?
Look, when we talk about resha’im we don’t make such a palginan diburah. No lomdus. If he’s a rasha, a low rasha, you hate him. Imagine, a man is a gay and he stands up with a little prayer shawl around his neck as the Rabbi. Are you just going to hate his deeds – and you’ll love him personally?!! You’re making a joke out of it?