Jewish Anti-Semitism, Part 2: Escape From Ourselves

Laitman_079_02Question: If there is a subconscious demand, inherent among the nations of the world that the Jews should provide them with a good future, why don’t the Jewish people themselves understand their inherent problem ?

Answer: The complaints are rooted in the nations of the world because without us they cannot attain happiness. They feel that the Jewish people cause them evil because what they deserve is not passing through to them. This feeling is even familiar among those who have never come in contact with Jews. For example, the Koreans hate Israel even though there is no logical explanation for it.

On the other hand, the Jews don’t know their mission. It isn’t taught to them; it isn’t explained to them. They are just trying to avoid trouble, and in the meantime they are escaping from their mission, from their obligation toward the entire world, an escape with which cannot be agreed with. The Kabbalists secretly transmitted knowledge about the role of the people for hundreds of years, and now the time has come to talk about it between ourselves and  the entire world.

To be continued.
From KabTV’s “About the Boycott of Israel” 6/3/15

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