Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood is infamous for its Hasidim – the ultra-Orthodox Jews who habitually inconvenience their neighbors with their bizarre behavior and their ritual insistences. Visitors to Wikipedia wanting to learn about Hasidic Judaism are informed that it “is noted for its religious conservatism and social seclusion.”1 This people’s holiness is such that women are obliged to step aside for men in the street and to go out of their way not to touch the men if, for instance, money changes hands in a shop.
Observance of this rule outside the confines of the community is, however, somewhat slack. “All these really holy roller Hassids stop on Allen Street prior to going over the Williamsburg Bridge to get the nightly blowjob,” says one of the officers interviewed for Mark Baker’s 1985 book Cops: Their Lives in Their Own Words.
It’s the funniest sight you ever want to see. They do it in their cars. The streetlight casts a shadow and all you see is this set of side curls coming down from this funny felt hat and they’ve got this stupid grin on their faces. They’re bouncing in the seat of the car because she’s down there on the tube. It’s like a twenty-buck toll. They get their pipes cleaned and they go across the bridge.
Now what are you going to do with that? Are you going to bust them? Are you crazy? It is one of the areas that is very heavily patrolled by the police, not because of prostitution, but to protect the johns. Make sure the Hassidim [sic] gets his blowjob and gets across the bridge. What am I, some kind of private guard?2
A 2012 article by Pearl Gabel for Narratively suggests that little has changed:
“A lot of times one of the officers will see a car pulled over, and sees a Hasidic guy with a prostitute,” says former NYPD Detective Tom Fox, who worked in Hasidic Williamsburg for three years. “That’s common. Years ago it was even more common, when there were more prostitutes out. The need is still there, that desire.”
A Brooklyn-based prostitute who goes by the name “Mallory Knoxxx” told me she has had three different Hasidic clients from Williamsburg who have arranged to come to her apartment in the industrial section of East Williamsburg. “They wear their apron, and their over-apron, and the curls, and some don’t even have sex,” says Knoxxx. “They seem very foreign about what real making love is. They seem aggressive. One man was worried that he would get spotted. When they’re done, they leave like they’re embarrassed.”
Detective Maureen Sheehan, who has worked with the Williamsburg Hasidic community for over fifteen years, says Hasidim “like to have fun like anybody. Could you imagine being twenty-five-years old with six kids?” […]
A particular strip club on Manhattan’s West Side, for instance, is far enough removed from Brooklyn’s watchful eye that it was once known as a hangout for Hasidim. “The Carousel is like a fucking Synagogue,” one twenty-five-year-old Williamsburg Satmar told me.3
“I wouldn’t believe this if I didn’t see it with my own eyes, writes Gavin McInnes, whose firsthand observations of Hasidim informs these comments from 2012:
When I first moved to Williamsburg, it was known more for crackheads than hipsters and I could see the most disgusting whores I’d ever seen from my office window. They didn’t even try. They’d have on one Ugg boot and a slipper and a sideways baseball hat that had puke on it and they’d write odes to state-confiscated children in our hallway that said, “Mami misses you my angels. Come home soon.”
Usually, the only people desperate enough to do business with these Ladies of the Day were truckers finishing a 40-hour drive and Hasidic Jews. The latter group would pull up in a minivan and the junkie hobgoblin would topple in to perform blowjobs half a block away. Ew.
I asked an Orthodox Jewess what this was all about and she said some of them don’t see goyim as human so it was about as sinful as using a blow-up doll. I still don’t get how that doesn’t constitute touching. […]
There have been stories of Hasidic women getting herpes from the prostitutes their husbands frequent – AAAWKWAARD. This trend becomes disturbing when babies are involved.
Brit milah is a Jewish circumcision practice that involves a mohel putting his mouth over the baby’s bleeding penis afterward and sucking the blood. I have heard a lot of pedophile jokes about Catholic priests, but this ripe arena for comedy remains untouched […] If the mohel has herpes, he’s likely to give it to the baby and since 2000 this has happened more than a dozen times, including one baby who died from it. Health chiefs in New York are now pushing to have the mohel use a tube to avoid spreading the STD, but there’s no word on how well that’s going.4
The pedophilic ritual that McInnes characterizes as a “ripe arena for comedy” is, in actuality, only a symptom of a much more pervasive problem. A consequence of Hasidim’s insistence on unnatural sexual conservatism in interactions between the sexes has been the proliferation of homosexual pedophilia. Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg told Vice’s Christopher Ketcham about what he describes as a “child-rape assembly line” among the Hasidim. “In New York, and in the prominent Orthodox communities of Israel and London, allegations of child molestation and rape have been rampant,” Ketcham continues.
The alleged abusers are schoolteachers, rabbis, fathers, uncles – figures of male authority. The victims, like those of Catholic priests, are mostly boys. Rabbi Rosenberg believes around half of young males in Brooklyn’s Hasidic community – the largest in the United States and one of the largest in the world – have been victims of sexual assault perpetrated by their elders. Ben Hirsch, director of Survivors for Justice, a Brooklyn organization that advocates for Orthodox sex abuse victims, thinks the real number is higher. “From anecdotal evidence, we’re looking at over 50 percent. It has almost become a rite of passage.”
Ultra-Orthodox Jews who speak out about these abuses are ruined and condemned to exile by their own community. Dr. Amy Neustein, a nonfundamentalist Orthodox Jewish sociologist and editor of Tempest in the Temple: Jewish Communities and Child Sex Scandals, told me the story of a series of Hasidic mothers in Brooklyn she got to know who complained that their children were being preyed on by their husbands.
In these cases, the accused men “very quickly and effectively engage the rabbis, the Orthodox politicians, and powerful Orthodox rabbis who donate handsomely to political clubs.”5
Clearly, this destructive cycle of backward superstition, isolation, denigration of women, victimization of children, corruption of the American political process, and vile male sidewalk domination dictated by the Hasidic patriarchy cannot be permitted to continue – which is why Aryan Skynet plans to devote the whole of its energies to the wholly humanitarian cause of promoting Hasidic lesbianism.