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Sunday, February 23, 2020

I'M BACK....

After a three year hiatus from this website, I am back.  Esav (the xian world) believes the land of Israel is his inheritance and he has come as "our brother" claiming to want to share this inheritance and bring the redemption together. He only wants to pretend to be our brother in order to keep Yaaqov(Israel) from fulfilling our mission, receiving our inheritance (the whole land of Israel) and with it the coming of mashiach and the redemption.  Many Jews are falling for this and it is very dangerous for us. The goal of this blog was and is to expose Esav (the xian world) for who he really is.
Sifri comments (Ha’azinu, 322):When Israel have troubles, the nations treat them like strangers and act as if they are unaware of their existence.  Thus, when Israel sought to flee north (following the destruction of the Temple], the nations handed them over….toward the south… east… or west, the nations handed them over…. But when things go well for Israel,   the nations lie to them and make themselves out to be their brothers.
The following midrash typifies the personalization of Rome and the West as Esau.
In the future Esau will wrap himself in a tallis, sit down next to Yakov and say to him, "You are my brother"....Yakov will say to him, "My brother, you will not be like me. "I will lead you to death, I will be the pestilence that leads you to Sheol (Hoshea 13,14). Had I upheld degrees that you promulgated against me, I would have been guilty at the eyes of Heaven. Had I violated them, you would have killed me? (Yalkut Shimoni, Yirmiahu 333)
"That was Esau's intention when he told Yakov, "Let us travel together and I will go before you (Genesis 33,12). He wanted them to join together in both this world and the world to come, to meet each other halfway, with each modifying his conduct until they were alike (Yalkut Shimoni, Genesis 133). Indeed, Esau will even adopt certain tenets of Judaism-such as monotheism, the Divinity of the Torah, and reward and punishment-but only if Israel will give up some of its heritage. Similarly, according to Tanna D'Bei Eliahu Zuta(19), Esau proposed. "Give up some of the mitzvos that divide us. You will thereby enjoy this world and still have half the world to come. Isn't that enough? (Bais Halevy, Vayishlach).

The main goal of Esav (the Israel loving xians) is to attach to Yaaqov (Israel). This is called the "one new man" theology, where Jews and xians join together as one people in Eretz Yisrael, who will be ruled by one leader, j***s. Why is this so important to them, so much so that some of them have put missionizing on "the back burner" so to speak? Because......
"During the First World War many came to the Chafetz Chaim and asked him is this is the 'End of Days' and the war of Gog and Magog. The Chafetz Chaim answered: 'After this war there will be a pause and then there will be another war and then another pause. Then there will be another war and with that war the Mashiach will come...the last war will be the beginning of the redemption, and a Torah-true Jew who is completely separated from the non-Jews will not be subjugated, as we find that in Egypt when two people drank from the same cup, one (an Egyptian) drank blood and the other (an Israelite) drank water. This shows that in fact there is no rule whatsoever over a Jew who is separated entirely from the non-Jews." (Rabbi Aharon Kotler, in the name of the Chafetz Chaim, Leket Reshimot Channukah by Rabbi Noson Wachtfogel, p.40)

"I have a tradition passed down from one to another in the name of Maran HaGaon Rabbi Yehoshua Lieb Diskin, z"l, that in the final war before the arrival of the Mashiach all of the righteous Jews will be saved. Who are the 'righteous Jews'? Those who are separated from the non-Jews! It does not mean that they must be one of the 36 righteous individuals, rather they must be separated from the ways of the non-Jews and have no contact with their culture! Not with their newspapers, their music and books; to be entirely separated from them. Then Hashem will say: You are Mine and you are under a different authority so no one else will rule over you" (Ibid., p. 41)(Excerpted from the book The End of Days by Shmuel Raber)

Esav is trying to attach to us to bring us down, to prevent the redemption and our job is to remain separated (from the non-Jews) and holy in order to be redeemed.

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