The Jewish Revolution

Throughout their history, the Jewish people have been oscillating between the temptations of isolation and the risks of opening themselves to the world. No matter what hostile conditions they might face, openness is the only permissible attitude for Jews who want to continue being Jewish. Jews were given something special to spread around them. If they don’t do this, they stop deserving the title of Jew.

Unfortunately, the close-minded attitude is becoming the prevalent trend, particularly under the mad influence of today’s arrogant and fascist Israel. Thus, without radical change, the Jewish people will inevitably disappear – probably not as a tribe, but definitively as the Chosen People. Then, others will take over as “the light over the nations” (this has already started), reducing Jews to an egocentric, paranoid, greedy and backward remainder of their former status.