I gave my ielts exam yesterday. Listening and reading were fantastic. I think I might score 7.5-8 in these sections. In writing, task 1 was good. I’ve written more words than the word limit but however in the second task I was able to write around 180 words only. What do you think how much score will I get in writing for not completing the word limit?
Perhaps the most striking facet about Jew-hatred is its irrationality. The are as many reasons for hating Jews as there are people. Everything that upsets, hurts, or displeases people they often attribute to the Jews. Jews have been blamed for manipulating the media to their needs, usury, blood libels of various forms, well poisoning, dominating slave trade, disloyalty to their host countries, and
Truth is a bitch. Jesus is a bitch. Life is a bitch. The only thing we have is each other. ” How do we get along?” is the BIG question.
I love’em all …….so how do we do this world thing?
Now more than ever, the Jews need to restore this principle of “Love your neighbor as yourself” and in so doing become a light unto the nations, i.e., a positive example for all of humanity to follow. They need to treat each other as brothers. In so doing—seemingly overnight—there will once again be peace between Jew and non-Jew. The stethoscope is in their hands.
This methodology is the wisdom of Kabbalah and the Jews are its owners in the sense that they alone are poised to be a good example of its implementation for the rest of us. The reason for this is simple: At one time in their ancient history, a small group of Babylonians left Babylon and under the leadership of Abraham discovered this method and began to succeed in its main principle of connection and unity. They drew positive forces into our world and thus became a nation under the rule of “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” By this, they became both blessed and responsible. Blessings are easily accepted; responsibility not so much since from the time of the destruction of the Second Temple until today, the Jews declined into unfounded hatred—between each other!
We must admit that the cry of demand is a turn off. We’d rather a cry for mercy. In a cry of demand relationships of power, and opposition are operative. However in a cry for mercy the internal connections are aroused.
The fact is that this system of nature lives within each of us, and mankind knows deep down that the Jews have a secret that could help us to solve the current world crisis. And it infuriates us that they won’t tell us. So we rightly conclude that this comparatively tiny population of people is causing all the problems in the world. And we want to destroy them.
Early Israel found its extraordinary power in their embodiment of the principles of nature—-interdependence, altruism, connection. Self-government was based on these same principles, e.g., the early Sanhedrin. However, the multitudes began to fear and resent this power and the ensuing destruction of the first temple shattered their connections with each other and they scattered.
It does seem that throughout history, whenever a society or group of people are going through any hardship that the Jewish people are the scapegoat. We somehow think we can runaway from this. If only we blend in a little more or criticize ourselves a little harder, then people will not hate us so much. In reality however, it doesn’t seem like anything we do can actually stop this from happening. It makes sense to me now after watching this. It seems like the purpose for the hate is to make us remember that we need to get along with each other, that we actually entered into a covenant with each other before G-d. It seems like we are being pushed to remember this covenant. When Jews treat each other as a dysfunctional family, it appears that the world becomes more and more dysfunctional.
Nobody was hurt. No damage done. Now consider what Mossad was capable of! They are Jews and they destroyed the Twin Towers in NY with nuclear explosives!
We are called Hebrews, Ivriim, because we inherited that legacy of Abraham. We are a lonely people, persecuted throughout most of history. Generation after generation tried to convince us we are wrong. Sometimes those efforts appeared polite and more often they were accompanied by the sword. To be a Jew historically meant trouble. It meant exclusion from guilds, second class citizenship at best, and being the scapegoat for society’s problems. Yet we remained and remain to this day apart and unique in our faith and customs. We maintain our national language and distinct identity, and despite our small numbers, have persevered in a way that no other people have or could have. This is so despite centuries of temptation to abandon our heritage. Jews are different, and are proud of it.
Jews believe they are the chosen people. This is a clear example of their overinflated arrogance.
Jewish men think its ok to use non jewish woman like prostitutes but without paying, of course.
Jews only talk about how they were persecuted by Hitler. 20 million people died during WW2, only 6 million were Jews. Why doesn’t someone make a movie about how Jews used Polish girls as housekeepers before WW2 and raped them !!
FINALLY GOD ONLY HAD TO FIND A WAY TO SHOW THE POSSIBILITY OF GOODNESS POSSIBLE THROUGH THE RIGHT PATH & THAT – ULTIMATELY GOOD ONLY SUSTAINS / SURVIVES / WINS IN THE END. WELL, GOD CAN DO ANY THING, HOW CAN HUMANS?.