I tried to post this on the framgov mailing list at http://forums.e-democracy.org in response to people complaining that certain meetings were scheduled during jewish holy days, but it was never posted. Linda Dumbrack doesn't like my posts.

See this page.


In the discussion of whether the town should schedule meetings during religious holidays, I saw the following phrases in responses.....

  1. we should not be holding any public meeting on a what is considered to be a major religious holiday for a large number of our residents.

  2. If an error is made in setting a hearing for a holiday that prevents many from participating

  3. many Jewish people will worship at their Temples or Synagogues on Wednesday evening,

  4. there are many Town Meeting Members who would appreciate participating and hearing all of the points

  5. because many gentiles don't know which are the major holidays and which are the minor.

  6. the Planning Board should reschedule its meeting to accommodate the many who cannot attend,

Can someone define the term "many"? Please provide me with a range of numbers that define "many"? The jewish constitute less than two percent of the US population but they want their high holy days (whatever that means) to be respected by the rest of us? It seems arrogant.

Government should not be catering to any religion for any reason, including and specifically Christmas. If religious people cannot attend scheduled meetings, then their faith is more important to them.

I also find it very offensive to be refered to as a gentile. Thi is similar to calling me the "N' word for blacks. Who are these jews to call me some name like "gentile". If they have some sort of right to call me a gentile, I should be able to call them by some other names. This is just deeply offensive.

If I had any say, I would schedule all meetings on religious holidays specifically to exclude those who have very strange and unverifiable beliefs.


Rosh Hashanah is a jewish high holy day (holiday) that represents the end of the creation of the heavens and the earth and is also the beginning of the jewish calender year.

The jews in Framingham refer to people like me as a gentile. I find it to be an offensive term but they find it acceptable. As such, I have decided to call the jews hebes, kikes or hymies. I do not find these name offensive but they will. Once they stop calling me a gentile, I'll stop calling them hebes, kikes or hymies.

Perhaps they should refer to me as a person who does not accept our unbelievable and unverifiable beliefs.

These kikes are just hankering to call me goyim (human cattle) or a dumb ass white nigger.

It's just a shame that their mother's health plan did not include abortions and they were not thrown screaming from a helicopter right after their birth.

How dare these little circumcised Cainanite dicks tell me what I should be called.

Isn't it bad enough that they have their holy book that states very clearly that atheists like me should be killed (Leviticus 24:16). These kikes should all be fitted with toe tags.


Yakov Lazaros
74 Joseph Road
Framingham, MA 01701


Howard L. Newell
982 Pleasant Street
Framingham, MA 01701

William I. Rabkin
12 Tally Ho Lane
Framingham, MA 01701

Eric K. Silverman
11 Pamela Road
Framingham, MA 01701

Eric K. Silverman
11 Pamela Road
Framingham, MA 01701

Edward D. Brookmyer
43 Juniper lane
Framingham, MA 01701

Gwendolyn Holbrow
65 Gates Street
Framingham, MA 01702

Marsha Ellison
5 Waveney Road
Framingham, MA 01701

John B. Clayman
49 Jodie Road
Framingham, MA 01702

Richard G. Baritz
1 Marian Road
Framingham, MA 01702

Richard G. Baritz
1 Marian Road
Framingham, MA 01702

Melvin Warshaw
179 Maynard Road
Framingham, MA 01701
 

When it comes to the holocaust,
the kikes have lied in the past,
the kikes are lying now, and
the kikes will continue to lie
for the forseeable future.

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