Tzemach Yehudah Richter
Tzemach Yehudah Richter

The Plagues Of Darkness, Killing Of The First Born And Parshat Bo (Beau)

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Biden’s Inauguration Speech Spelled Trouble Ahead

In his speech, Biden said the following-

And together, we shall write an American story of hope, not fear. Of unity, not division. Of light, not darkness. An American story of decency and dignity. Of love and of healing. Of greatness and of goodness.

In only 7 months, Joe Biden has created such havoc and embarrassment both domestically and internationally for America and its people that it is shocking to see. As a US Army Reserve Veteran, it is crystal clear that Joe Biden is unfit to be US President. The Afghanistan disaster was the final straw, but it just added to the growing list of blunders made by Biden and his Administration.

Parshat Bo Spells Trouble For Biden And His Family

The Ninth Plague – Darkness

All we need to do is take another look at the portion of Biden’s Inauguration appearing above, and it is clear President Biden has failed in his duties as US President. After Biden refused to rescue all Americans before the Military left Kabul for the last time, nothing that Biden can say or do will heal the open wounds all Americans are feeling thinking about their brothers or sisters caught behind enemy lines and being held hostage at the mercy of the Taliban.

Darkness seems to be a good description of the mood most Americans find themselves in today after having suffered the consequences of living through the first 7 months with Biden as their President.

US Presidents should, at the very least, have the common sense to know they must look after any and all Americans no matter where they may be or live. Those Americans behind enemy lines in Kabul are most likely hiding in darkness to avoid being captured by the Taliban. It was reported all other countries made an effort to rescue all their citizens, but not Joe Biden.

The Tenth Plague – Killing Of The First Born

The Beau Biden Tragedy

Joseph Robinette (Beau) Biden III was born in Wilmington, Delaware, on February 3, 1969. He was the first son of former U.S. Senator and current President Joe Biden and his first wife, Neilia. It is understandable Joe Biden continues to mourn for his first born son Beau, who, according to his father, Joe Biden, Beau suffered from ankylosing spondylitis, which he was diagnosed with in 2001, after returning from service in Kosovo.[46]

For the final few years of his life, Biden suffered from a brain tumor.[47][48] In May 2010, he was admitted to Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware, after complaining of a headache, numbness, and paralysis. Officials stated that he had suffered a mild stroke.[48][49] Later that month, Biden was transferred to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. On May 20, 2015, he was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, because of a recurrence of brain cancer. He died there ten days later, on May 30, 2015, at age 46.

 Number 46 Continues To Haunt Joe Biden

Prosecuting attorney Jerry Blackwell began his rebuttal argument by telling jurors that there is 46th witness in the case against Derek Chauvin: “common sense.”

“I’m going to start talking to about what I call the 46th witness. You’ve actually have heard from 45 witnesses on the stand, but there is a 46th witness. This witness was testifying to you before you got here into the courtroom…and the only witness that will be talking to you when you’re back in deliberation. And that witness, ladies and gentlemen, is common sense. Common sense.”

More About Common Sense

Not only did Beau die at the age of 46, and the fact that Joe Biden became the 46th US President, but it should be pointed out the Fall Of Saigon took place on April 30, 1975. That was also 46 years ago. All of these events mark a very difficult time for Joe Biden.

Mourning With The Families Of The 13 Servicemen And Women Killed In Kabul

There is no need to repeat the many news reports detailing the meetings those families had with Joe Biden. But it was made quite clear that President Biden has no clue about comforting those who lost their loved ones in the Kabul terrorist attack. The families want to know that Joe Biden is there to hear their stories about their heroes who gave their lives for America. But it seems Joe Biden wanted to talk more about Beau.

I can not blame any family member who lost their loved ones in the Kabul terrorist attack for being angry at President Biden. And that also applies to those family members who have to deal with their loved ones left behind enemy lines at the mercy of the Taliban.

The US President should show no mercy in dealing with the enemy who housed the same terrorist group that planned and carried out 9/11. And yet we hear his military leaders along with Biden himself putting their trust in the Taliban to allow Americans safe passage out of Kabul via the airport. That was clearly fiction. We now know the truth which has been very hard to swallow that the Biden Administration are leaving those Americans behind enemy lines for dead.

Even Jimmy Carter attempted a rescue mission to bring out US hostages from Iran, which unfortunately failed and cost the lives of those Americans on the rescue mission. In this current situation, there seems little hope Biden will attempt any operation to rescue those Americans.

Parshat Beshalach – The Taliban And Their New “Chariots”

Now that the Taliban and other terrorist groups are proud owners of a vast array of US Military equipment thanks to Joe Biden, perhaps they are thinking about attacking Israel.

They must look at the events contained in Parshat Beshalach. Pharaoh had just released the Jews after the Plague of the First Born and then had second thoughts which resulted in the pursuit of the Jews, the splitting of the Red Sea, and the total destruction of Pharaoh, his Army and their chariots.

Prior to the 1967 Six- Day war, Israel was facing numerous Arab Armies. Today, those Armies no longer pose a threat.

The Taliban and all other terrorist groups will most definitely suffer the same fate if they dare try to attack us.

About the Author
Born and raised in the Minneapolis suburb of St. Louis Park. Married to a South African, we lived in Johannesburg from 1979 to 1996. Made Aliyah with our seven children on Parshat Lech Lecha. BSB Accounting Degree from the University of Minnesota. Investment Portfolio Manager /Fundamental And Technical Analyst. Wrote in-depth research on companies, markets, commodities for leading financial publications. Served in the US Army Reserves Semi Retired spending quality time with my wife, children, grandchildren and attend Kollel while analyzing current events as they relate to Torah and Mitzvahs.
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