The Truth is Being Set Free - the Light of Redemption is Near...



Never have I seen such honesty in Israel politics! It is absoloutely amazing!

According to Arutz Sheva Yossi Beilin's slogan for his party in the upcoming Israeli elections is (and I kid you not!): "Beilin Will Divide Jerusalem"!

Sharon is (in his own, typically slimey way), showing pretty open signs that he intends to offer the PA/PLO 90% of Yehuda and Shomron - including parts of Jerusalem!

One can only imagine, then, what Labour will step up to offer the blind Israeli voter in an attempt to outdo Arik and Yosseleh...

Well what about voting for one of the "religious" parties, such as Shas, UTJ or Mafdal? Or maybe the "right-wing, nationalist" National Union?... What a joke! As if they have done anything of worth when they WERE in the government! Mafdal - well, we've spoken about them before. Shas/UTJ - same old same old. Give them some money for their Yeshivas and they'll keep quiet while the hellenists divide the Land of Israel among our enemies. NU - give me a break; again, what have they done of worth recently? If anything they're so mixed up they don't know what they want. "Arab cantons"? Or perhaps some other vague "negotiated agreement" with the Arab world. Wow, yeah, I sure can see that happening...

So what other options are there? They way I see it there are 3 - and only 1 (naturally, the hardest) is credible.

1. Feiglin. Ah, so much promise... but just you wait till Bibi wins the Likud primaries. What will all the Feiglinites say then? There has been so much written on this subject it is just annoying to go through it all again, but in short: Feiglin will not win. And if he does so what? The Likud is finished, doomed to lose about 3 quarters of its seats and be left with 10-15 max. And if Feiglin wins I doubt it will be even that because a large chunk of the actual Likud voters won't vote for him, as most of his support comes from Likud members who do not vote Likud but rather wanted to have another dig at Sharon. Feiglin is a sincere man but once the Likud primaries are over so are his hopes of taking over the Likud. Besides, after all they've done, who could bare to vote for such a party of weasels and haters of the Torah?!

2. Marzel. At first my hopes were high but now I'm waivering. His new "Chazit" party doesn't seem to be going anywhere. I haven't heard from them, and if the seat minumum has been pushed up from 2 seats to 3 seats - even though he didn't even get 2 seats when running under Herut - I don't see how he has any chance (unless he suddenly pulls his act together - which at this point would require no less than a miracle!)

Besides, other problems have cropped up in my mind. I just don't feel comfortable with the fact that Baruch Marzel had to get up and reject "Kahane" to get in. It's not that I don't understand why he did it, and it's not that I think he actually meant it - but it's just that how does he expect this all to work? Besides for it being rather unscrupulous (which by itself isn't such an issue for me - for such is the murky nature of politics), but it is also impractical! If he gets voted in - then what?! He can't say what he truly believes or they'll kick him out! But if he doesn't he'll (G-D forbid) just become another sell-out...

In short: if your mind is 100% set on voting, then vote for Marzel - but the problem is: should we be voting at all?...

3. The 3rd option is - as I said - the most difficult... but it is also the most pure and acceptable in my mind. It, too, is impossible to fully enumerate within one post, but I will give a quick summary of it here, and those who wish to discuss it further can do so on the revava.org forum.

We must find an alternative to the impurities, lies and hellenism of the Knesset. The Knesset AS A WHOLE rejected the Torah Way when they banned Rabbi Meir Kahane z"tl h"yd and later his son Rav Binyamin z"tl h"yd. They have not changed, and in fact things have gotten even worse as the rot begins to really set and the malignancy reaches its most advanced stages yet. The alternative HAS to come from the outside, because the Knesset simply will not accept the Torah Derech. In fact, recent events are making this clearer than ever. Whilst one can say "divide Jerusalem! Divide our most Holy of Holies" and it is deemed to be a completey acceptable political opinion; one who declares: "Keep the Torah of HaShem! No compromise!" and actually means it is thrown out of the Knesset. So the Hellenists have chosen.

On the other hand, for the first time in centuries we have an alternative - THE Alternative: the Sanhedrin. Yes it is still in the works, but it has already begun to operate and it is imperative that the faithful of Am Yisrael throw ourselves behind this wonderful, righteous body of Torah. It is time to seperate from the State - but not from the Land, People and Torah of Israel. We must do all in our power to spread the True Torah message to all Jews worldwide and we must make the greatest of efforts to save and protect the Torah and Land of Israel. But as for this rotten shell of a "state"... from within this rotten "seed of redemption" shall sprout forth a completely new and beautiful flower. Precisely when the seed of a plant appears to be rotting away without a trace, something entirely new sprouts forth from within.

No one can deny that the state of Israel paved the way for the Redemption in some way - warts and all - but now it is time to move on. We cannot stay and stagnate and rot in our own nostalgia, lack of vision and unwillingness to move on. As a Proud and Faithful People we must stand and declare that the Holy Torah is the only way forward for Am Yisrael! It may sound vague, but we can only do our own hishtadlut - effort on this matter. Amongst ourselves we must unite and slowly but surely form our own alternative to the State of Israel. Call it a State of Judea or call it something else - either way, it must replace the currect lamentable state of affairs with the Light of Redemption, soon Please G-D...

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