Theory Of Anti-Semitism, Part 3

400The Source of Good and Evil

Question: For a thousand years before the destruction of the Second Temple, the Jews, who have the method of connection, were in this unity with varying success. But gradually they lost it, as egoism grew it broke their unity. The people forgot the method they had once acquired and even began to hate each other. Where did this hatred come from?

Answer: Hatred comes from nature. This does not depend on whether people are aware of where it comes from or not.

Jews do not understand why they are Jews and what is required of them. And the nations of the world do not understand what they need from the Jews. But internally, the nations of the world feel that the Jews are the source of their good existence, and they are not providing this for them.  They are, in a way, robbing the nations of the world.

This is especially evident in recent times. During the last century to this day, Jews have done well in science, art, culture, finance, and industry. And by this they seemingly steal from all the nations of the world.

Question: What does “steal” mean?

Answer: If they succeed, it means they take someone else’s place and earn the billions that others could have earned.

Comment: But they do it honestly.

My Response: It doesn’t matter. I envy a man who has earned his income honestly, but I don’t have it myself.

*For more information on this topic, I suggest you to read my books Like a Bundle of Reeds: Why unity and mutual guarantee are today’s call of the hour and The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism.
From the KabTV’s “Systematic Analysis of the Development of the People of Israel,” 7/22/19

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