I see she edited some of what she wrote, to make it shorter, so I will cite her post in its present state, though I will also analyze part of what was taken out.
Unfortunatley, some people just don't get it -- the warning to come to Eretz Israel has NOT been extended. The deadline to come to Israel safely was Rosh Chodesh Sivan 5769!!!!!!
To better understand the crucial situation, I'll give an example from our holy Torah. When HKB'H ordered Noach HaTzaddik, zs'kl, to enter the ark with his family and all the animals, the flood did not begin on that day. People continued mocking Noach HaTzaddik even as he entered the ark.
SEVEN days after the deadline, it began drizzling but this clear sign did not stir the people. When the drizzle turned into rain, people continued to ridicule Noach HaTzaddik's warnings. By the time people realized the rain turned into a catastrophic world-wide flood, it was too late...
WAKE UP MY FRIENDS!!!!!
How many signs to you need to see in order to realize that something cataclysmic is arriving? Get out while you still can!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There's no time. The decree began 3 days before Rosh Chodesh Sivan with a 30 day margin. It can happen tonight, in 7 days... the maximum amount of time it will transpire is within 26 days! It will happen -- this is NOT a false alarm!!!!
At any given moment from Rosh Chodesh Sivan, it can strike!!!
Many of you that will choose to remain in the diaspora, c'v, after it will strike, will not be able to sit behind a computer and mock that this warning was bugos!!!!!!!! KNOW that if you mocked and ridiculed the warning, for my part you are completely forgiven!!!!
If you cannot leave the diaspora for whatever reason, use these precious moments to do Teshuva, return to HKB'H.
The thing is, to say it has not been extended, and then to turn around and say that there is a thirty day wiggle room, is self-contradictory. By Noach, there is a midrash that it extended for an extra seven days to allow for the burial of Metushelach. That does not mean that every such deadline has some wiggle room.
Moshe gave Pharaoh warnings of impending plagues. Did those arrive a week or a month later than when Moshe said? Indeed, Moshe said about midnight, so that if the mitzrim were a bit off in their counting, they would not be able to claim that Moshe was incorrect, if it arrived (so they thought) a minute after midnight.
Yes, they mocked Noach as he entered the teva, according to midrash. And they laughed at Newton, and Galileo. But the also laughed at Bozo the clown. And not everyone who is mocked is in the right.
At any rate, we should now really set up another clock, this time for 26 days from now. I am truly curious to see what Nava will say at that point!
I have a clue what she will say. My guess is that she will treat it as a step towards geulah. In the portion she removed, or didn't -- it keeps popping in and out for me -- she already started saying how significant events happened on that day, such as:
ON ROSH CHODESH SIVAN, May 24...
* 6th Yeshiva closed due to the recent swine flu outbreak
* Russia dumps U.S. Dollar and adopts the Euro as reserve currency.
* North Korea defiantly conducted its second and more powerful nuclear test
Nothing happens coincidentally, everything has an indication, we just have to observe the connections.
WAKE UP MY FRIENDS!!!!!
Get out while you still can!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The answer to this is that, whether or not these particular items are true as written (e.g. this was reported by Pravda on last Wednesday, the 20th, so it could not have happened Russia on Rosh Chodesh Sivan, the 25th), it does not matter.
We live in an information age, where local and national news from all over the globe is instantly available, and in an age with the media trying to sell papers by increasing the drama. Some time last year, the AP published an article titled "Everything Seemingly Is Spinning out of Control", with a subtitle of "Out-of-control weather, gas prices, economy chip away at American self-confidence." Read this article for a counter-argument.
As a result of this overblown media hype, OpinionJournal's Best of the Web made Everything Seemingly Is Spinning out of Control a regular feature. They take the crazy things that happen mamesh bechol yom and lump it under that category. Whatever their point is, the point to my mind is that anyone can latch onto any random events and claim that a particular day was supremely meaningful. And that, had we had the media resources we have nowadays, 1000 years ago, they would have similarly been able to claim everyday that everything seemingly is spinning out of control.
For example, from the 22nd of May:
And from April 26-27: