Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Today is Jerusalem Day.
One more day we cry along with Rachel whose favorite son,
Rabbi Nachman has still not returned.
As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returns from China with yet another Peace Initiative that does not mention bringing Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem, no one is fooled.
Not even a hint of Peace is on the horizon!
What do 1967 borders have to do with Peace? Was 1967 a Peaceful year?
The result of the six day war was a period of Peace thanks to the 1967 borders.
Giving back land since then has only lead to aggravated terrorism, the more land given back, the more terror. What we need seems to be all out WAR until Rabbi Nachman is returned to Jerusalem. War can take on many forms, for example: Cold War, Ecological War, Nuclear War,
Biological War, Conventional and non-conventional War.
As Jews we are used to being blamed for all the SINS of mankind, we know we won't escape being
scapegoated by the very criminals perpetuating the crimes. What if we played by their rules for a change? Don't worry, we will never stoop to that.
Since the situation is clear as broad daylight, the solution should be easy enough to grasp for everyone. The difference between victory and defeat on the field is what the situation is around the people holding the flag. Guerrilla and criminal activities have that feature, that the leadership is unknown. Harder to defeat, but they cannot win except by attrition (wearing down the opponent).
What these tactics are: simply to be blood suckers.
Judaism needs to pick up the flag and expect victory now that we have Jerusalem. Jerusalem is the headquarters, and to the headquarters we need to bring the General that can lead us to victory, his name is Rabbi Nachman. This general is so wise, that by bringing him to Jerusalem he will be victorious like King Solomon without a bullet being fired.
To understand this, one needs to understand how the economy is really based on sexual purity and not on gold. This can actually be proven, but requires another study.
I'll post it when I get a chance.
Posted by The villager at 10:27 AM