Theory Of Anti-Semitism, Part 8

laitman_963.1Do the Jews know about their mission?

Baal HaSulam, “The Arvut” (Mutual Guarantee): With these words, we clearly understand what we said above, about the Torah being given specifically to the Israeli nation, because it is certain and unequivocal, that the purpose of Creation lies on the shoulders of the whole of the human race, black, white or yellow, without any essential difference.

The goal of creation is global connection. The complete dissolution of all nations into each other must be so strong and without any distortions, that the Creator, the global force of good and love, will be revealed in it.

There is only one goal, but only a small group hat has received the method of correction can lead to it.

Question: What kind of unity is this?

Answer: Unity is when we join together in one system and become similar to general nature. We begin to understand that nature itself is integral, supports itself at all levels, exists in full interaction with the force of love, bestowal, and mutual support, as one single organism.

Question: It turns out that a combined team was created from all the nations, which was to implement the correction method among themselves and then pass it on to all the nations. Did the Jews who were subject to pogroms both in the Middle Ages and in Nazi Germany know about this?

Answer: No, of course not.

Question: Why does nature punish creatures and want, on one hand, conscious development and, on the other hand, does not give people any knowledge about it?

Answer: We have lost this knowledge. We lost it at the time of the collapse of the Second Temple.

The period from the collapse of the Second Temple to the time of Ari was a stage of dark development. But beginning in the sixteenth century, with the appearance of Ari and then Baal Shem Tov with all his students, Kabbalah began to flourish. It became possible to explain to people what the mission of the Jewish people is. But to this day, no one wants to hear about it.

Therefore, the opposite force of nature is now manifesting itself: immense modern anti-Semitism. It is not religious in nature, but rather anti-Israeli, anti-State. But this is temporary.

Gradually, it will acquire completely different properties: anti-Jewish, anti-Semitism, without any addition. Now anti-Semites are still hiding behind their statements against the state, claiming that the state is apartheid. But soon all the hatred will come out again.

In accordance with this, we need to explain, first of all to the Jews, that all this is happening because we are not fulfilling our historical mission. Nothing will help! Only returning to it!

Remark: But if you go out on the street today and ask people if they know about their mission to unite, hardly anyone will know.

My Reply: This is what our Kabbalistic group should do.

Question: Did the six million people who died during the Nazi era know about this mission?

Answer: They did not know and should not have known.

Question: Then why this attitude toward them from nature?

Answer: To know this, one must understand nature. And then you will see why this is happening. Nature does not play with small states and relationships.

The Kabbalists knew in advance that this would happen. And today, we assume that everything can happen again.

Remark: If we consider the Creator as insensitive nature, then everything is clear.

My Reply: The Creator is the absolute law of nature. We have no other choice but to explain this first of all to the Jews via any media by any means without looking at any enemies or haters.

For more on this topic, 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, Historical facts on anti-Semitism as a reflection of Jewish social discord.
From KabTV’s “Systematic Analysis of the Development of the People of Israel,” 7/22/19

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