Question: There has been a dramatic increase in anti-Semitic incidents in Britain lately without any evident cause. Anti-Semitism in the Labor party and the declarations of the former mayor of London Ken Livingstone, who claimed that Adolf Hitler was an advocate of Zionism when he was elected and strove to transfer the Jews from Europe to Israel and not to concentration camps, are only a few examples of this trend.
What do you think is the cause for these expressions of anti-Semitism in one of the most prosperous countries in Europe and what may be the implications and consequences?
Answer: Of course there cannot be positive implications and I have been warning and writing about this for years.
Anti-Semitism will continue to grow as long as the Jews don’t fulfill their goal. They have to show all of humanity how to unite into one nation and bring the whole world to unity.
It says so in the Torah and also when the Jewish nation was founded in ancient Babylon under the leadership of Abraham. So we have no choice but to fulfill our goal, whether in a good way or as a result of serious blows on the part of nature.
Otherwise, as long as we don’t fulfill our goal, we evoke the negative forces in the world against us ,which are meant to direct us toward our goal. It is our duty to reach the state of “love thy friend as thyself” among the Jewish people and show the world that it is possible to be a role model for them, a “Light unto the nations of the world.”
From the Webinar 5/8/16