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The first point is of an unfair share of blame on the Anglo-Saxon world. I agree factually, but would point out that this website and the film are in English, as I understand that the majority of Jews in the world (certainly outside of Israel), are English speakers and live in what was historically the British Empire. Emphasis on the situation in their native countries doubtless speaks more relevantly to them. This, in itself, is an indirect praise of the Anglo-Saxon world as it implies that (since Cromwell’s time at least), the British Empire was a place of lesser antisemitism than elsewhere in the world. Further, what is written of in this site, and presented in the film as far as I can see, re-emphasizes the global/historic nature of antisemitism, the changes only being in form with the age (and this is crucial to the unbreakable link between anti-Zionism and its continuous anti-Semitic Freudian slips, as discussed shortly). Finally, leading in to the next point, in any case, the “blame” seems to be ultimately placed, in an abstract sense (really a cause-and-effect sense rather than moral), on the Jews.

Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf (US, Noontide Press, 2003), p 64.

 Rav Moshe Chaim Lozzatto (Ramchal), The Commentary of Ramchal on the Torah, BaMidbar [Numbers].

What do we say when we sneeze? A Jew.

The world depends on the Jews especially in today’s globally interconnected and interdependent world, as only they have the method and historic experience on such above instincts, mutually complementing cooperation.

And they’re the worst people to work for as well.

How the world fares depends on with what “Jewish talent, uniqueness” Jews assert such control.
The moment Jews revive their original foundations of unity and mutual guarantee above diversity and despite instinctive “baseless hate” such qualities would spread all over the world facilitating peace and sustainable prosperity for all.

Rabbi Shmuel Bornstein, Shem MiShmuel [A Name Out of Samuel], Haazinu [Give Ear], TARAP (1920).
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What if each view was necessary – what then?

Jean M. Twenge and W. Keith Campbell, The Narcissism Epidemic: Living in the Age of Entitlement (New York: Free Press, A Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. 2009)

This world is our internality. We are looking at our guts, guys.

Set against the backdrop of a multifaceted global crisis that is worsening every day, and the waves of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiments that are growing stronger by the hour, one person is offering an improbable solution, which may just be the most logical one yet. “Into Truth” is a film that anyone who cares about Israel or the Jewish people should watch today. , Dr. Michael Laitman, it is the fruit of five years of exclusive documentation, painting a picture that shatters conventions and crosses borders. More than a personal portrait, it is a riddle, a rare preview into a world view that calls for a reevaluation of the Israeli-Jewish identity and the familiar beliefs we were raised on.

Rav Avraham Yitzhak HaCohen Kook (the Raiah), Orot HaKodesh [Lights of Holiness], Vol. 2, 415.

As for complaints against Israel the Jewish nation:

Alas, very few listened. And when the Jews do not listen and do not unite, they suffer the consequences. During WWII, Rav Yehuda Ashlag wrote in a paper he titled, “The Nation”: “It is clear that the immense effort required of us on the rugged road ahead requires unity as strong and as solid as steel, from all factions of the nation without exception. If we do not come out with united ranks toward the mighty forces standing in our way then we are doomed before we even started.”

Rabbi David Solomon Eibenschutz, Willows of the Brook, Nassoh [Take].

Well they’re without a doubt very cheap, that is for sure.

The application of the method is not exclusive, each and every human being needs to join in it in practice for the ideal mutually complementing collaboration – built on “love others as yourself” – to work optimally.
But those who possess the method and know how to show positive example through it, know how to “market and publish it” are obliged to do so first of all.

Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Halevi Epstein, Maor VaShemesh [Light and Sun], Nitzavim [Standing].

God’s a Jew and i really do Hate him.

Rav Yehuda Ashlag (Baal HaSulam), The Book of Zohar with the Sulam Commentary, Aharei Mot [After the Death], item 66.