Lakewood NJ

Orthodox clinic owner steals $7 mil from Medicaid in substance abuse fraud scheme

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-11-15 17:29

Typical low-upkeep jew joint: Acacia Mental Health Clinic, 5228 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The U.S. attorney’s office is suing the clinic, alleging it cheated Medicaid out of millions of dollars by billing it for unnecessary drug screening tests.(Photo: Pat A. Robinson / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)


By Carolyn Yeager

MEDICAID SEEMS MADE TO ORDER FOR jEWS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF. Now I've learned of the connection between the Hasidic Orthodox community of Kiryas Joel that recently gained voter approval to become an independent town adjacent to Monroe, NY, and a health clinic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Jewish Racket is this: First make the most vulnerable among us depressed, addicted and ill; then supply the government-funded “help” to treat their illness. And make millions for yourself.

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Rapid growth of Hasidic Orthodox population creating havoc in NY-NJ communities

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-11-10 18:12

Hasidic Jews standing on a wall amongst trees as they try to see the burial of Rabbi Moses Teitelbaum, April 25, 2006, in Kiryas Joel, New York. (Stephen Chernin/Getty Images)


By Carolyn Yeager

First 'Jewish town' in USA

OFFICIAL JEWISH TOWNS, JUST LIKE THE JEWISH STATE OF ISRAEL, are coming to the United States of America. It's being done by settlement building, just like in Palestine, and seccession. From the Jewish Telegraph Agency:

The Hasidic community of Kiryas Joel reportedly will become the first haredi Orthodox town in the United States after voters in Monroe, New York, overwhelmingly backed a referendum on secession.

On Tuesday, over 80 percent of Monroe voters backed the measure on Kiryas Joel, a village of over 20,000 Yiddish-speaking Jews associated with the Satmar Hasidic sect, to form the state’s first new town in 35 years. The Town of Palm Tree — an English translation of the Satmar rebbe’s surname, Teitelbaum — should come into existence in 2020, unless lawmakers speed up the process.

Some frightening facts I missed about the explosive growth of the ultra-Orthodox community surrounding the Kotler Yeshiva in Lakewood

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-07-21 23:16

Yeshiva students fill the sidewalk as they walk toward another day of Torah/Talmud study in Lakewood, New Jersey. Credit Laura Pedrick for The New York Times


By Carolyn Yeager

What we require is simple: that we control everything necessary for our own good.” … the Jewish philosopher Spinoza

In 2013, Tablet, a daily online magazine of Jewish news and culture, published an article in praise and recognition of the rapidly expanding Orthdox community in Lakewood, New Jersey. Written by David Landes (naturally a Jew) from a Jewish point of view that growth is good, there was no mention of the dissatisfaction and displacement of the established Goy population of Lakewood. The thrust of the article is 'What is good for the Jews is good', period. The only criticism mentioned was coming from “the more hardline Israeli Haredis” who have an even more “uncompromising stance” toward the larger society in which they live.