Chad Gadyah

That Passover song, Chad Gadyah (the "Only Kid") heralds the day, after one nation has devoured another (in accordance with Daniel's prophecies: (Dan. 7:23, etc.). when only the Talmudist or self-styled "Israel" is left. It ends: "The most Holy — blessed be He — destroyed the angel [page 94] of death that slew the slaughterer that killed the ox that drank the water that quenched the fire, that burned the stick that beat the dog that bit the cat that ate the kid which my father bought for two zuzim." Chad Gadyah is "The Only Kid," namely, the Talmudists.

The Jewish Encyclopedia is more veiled about its true meaning than is a book by Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron (Block Publishing Co., "The Jewish Book Concern," 1928) called: Ask the Rabbi — 2,000 Questions and Answers About the Jew.

One question (on page 23, answered on page 141) is: "What is the sequence in the song, 'The Only Kid' supposed to symbolize?

Answers: The rise and fall of great nations, each of whom destroys another until only Israel is left.

And this exactly matches Daniel's prophetic description of the seventh world government, the fourth to come after Nebuchadnezzar's, namely, Medo-Persian, Greek, Roman, and Red: "The fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces." (Daniel 7:23).

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