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Chai Rotel Mashka is to contribute refreshments for the holiday of Lag Ba'omer at the gravesite of the Rashbi (Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai).  In 70-CE, the Romans ordered the prosecution of the Rashbi for stating that the roads and bridges are built for the government’s own advantage, to levy tolls; not for the benefit of the people.  The Rashbi sought refuge in a cave for 13-years, where he authored the Zohar, which is the foundation of Kabbalah.

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Dear Fellow Peasant,

Welcome to my website.  On here, I share some of the works I do behind the scene for the cause of liberty.  You will find the full docket—about the toll case against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey—with all document entries as published by, or as filed in, the court.  While I cannot share publicly all of my works in each case, what you see is only the works I am able to publish.  

On a regular basis, I navigate the court system to find solutions to problems that affect our liberties.  I take pride of my works, especially when I learn something new and useful to achieve the mission of liberty.  In my extracurricular time, I am involved in community service.  The purpose of this website is to keep you inspired, as much I am able, about my works and mission.  I hope you will find this website useful, and perhaps contribute something to the cause.

Truly yours, your fellow peasant,