12 August 2014

NO to "UNITY" with the EREV RAV!

16 Menachem Av 5774


THERE CAN BE NO UNITY WITH THOSE WHO ARE USING ZIONISM TO DESTROY JUDAISM!!

TRUE JEWISH UNITY COMES ONLY FROM OUR COMMITMENT TO TORAH AND MITZVOT!!


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20 comments:

  1. I'm just at a loss for words.

    This is SO frustrating.

    (sigh)

    But, like you have told me before, we can't give up!

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  2. It's a war for hearts and minds and we fight it with truth - in information and education.

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  3. If G-D fearing Jews make unity with these G-Dless Erev Rav, then those who call themselves G-D fearing and religious, are definitely NOT! All the nevuot and predictions are all coming to pass, thus, we are almost at the very end. Praying Moshiach comes in great mercy for the true children of Israel.

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  4. We are getting so close! With this rapidly closing gate the evil is literally coming to a head. It's at a boiling point. Take a look at Rabbi Glazerson's code today at ShiratDevorah blog...Incredible. We still must strive for the gold- teshuva and work on personal relationships. We need to let Hashem know where we stand.

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  5. If they will really do this thing, then the next one will be to allow immigration of our "Christian Zionist friends." And believe me, loads of money and people in high places are making a giant push for this.

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  6. Is possible for the Erev Rav to do teshuva?

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  7. According to the sources I've read, the answer is 'no'. I odn't know if it's because they can't or won't, but they don't, apparently.

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  8. We must not wage a war against the Erev Rav. They are Jews like we are. We must do our best to bring them to do teshuva. Our real fight is with the goyim whether it is Esav or Ishmael, we must not give in to their demands. However, knowing how little Emuna the Israeli government has, I predict that it will totally capitulate to the demands of the Hamas.

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  9. Quote: "...the war against the erev rav is the most difficult and most bitter, and we must use all our remaining forces to win this war. Whoever is not engaged in actively fighting the erev rav becomes an automatic partner to the husk of the erev rav, and whoever this may be it would be better for him had he not been created." (Kol HaTor, chapter II, part II, section II)

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  10. How can the battle against the Erev Rav be fought when there are still arguments as to what action to take?

    If the war is physical in nature then it is a matter of waiting for the modern equivalent of Nachshon ben Aminadav or Pinchas ben Elazar to be outraged enough by the current situation in order to get the divine ball rolling on the Messianic process.

    If the war is spiritual in nature then only Hashem can hasten it.

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  11. My friend and i were talking, and we were thinking about who is an Erev Rav and who isn't. You can tell when someone is very against Torah, they probably are. If the person just doesn't know, but is willing to learn, then they are like a tinok shenishbu and we should help them learn and practice.

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  12. Netanyahu- Illuminati?

    see youtube Ted Gunderson - The Illuminati Conspiracy 28:30

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  13. The Erev Rav were a mixture and therefore, they seek to mix us with the gentiles. And therefore, they fit well with the globalist agenda of making us a nation like all the rest. They deny our chosenness and our unique destiny. They never stopped working to bring us back to Egypt - today, to "Western values." Anyone who does these things is either Erev Rav or of Erev Rav mentality.

    The way we fight the first group is through separation - the opposite of what they want. The way to get through to the second is with information and education.

    It's a war for hearts and minds. We MUST SEPARATE and bring our fellow Jews away with us. Everything is in the Torah. We just have to return to it in faith and purity. And then, in actuality, the separation will transpire as a consequence.

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  14. We learn that during the time of Chanukah that many tried to 'separate' and wound up dead. Taking up arms was the only answer.

    I don't think inaction is the way to fight the evil. Like Moshe Feiglin said about Chamas in an interview on cnn, they need to be shot! So too with our evil leaders.

    If we would have revolted in Germany... If...

    Nothing changes. We complain. It gets worse. We complain louder. It gets worse. Now we are at a point that it's time for the Land to vomit all of us out because of our evil actions and our complete inaction - which is just as evil.
    Yosef

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  15. It's not so simple Devash. We should not point our finger in only one direction.

    "THE EREV RAV DOES NOT HAVE AN OUTWARDLY SECULAR NATURE. ON THE CONTRARY, THEY CAN APPEAR QUITE RELIGIOUS AND, FOR THE MOST PART, FULFILL THE MITZVOS INCUMBENT UPON A JEW TODAY, AT LEAST EXTERNALLY. HOWEVER, THE ZOHAR ITSELF, AND THEN THE VILNA GAON, HAVE MORE TO ADD TO THIS LIST, BRINGING INTO EVEN GREATER FOCUS THE WORST OF ALL JEWISH ENEMIES THAT LIVES WITHIN.""
    In Sifra D’Tzniusa, Chapter 1, the GR"A (Vilna Gaon) . . . combines the 974 Generations together with the Erev Rav, saying that 974 Generations are the Erev Rav . . . (Sha’arei Leshem, p. 437)
    As to how souls from the pre-creation World of Tohu can live and affect the post- creation world in which we live, the Talmud explains:
    . . . These are the 974 Generations that were decreed to be created before the creation of the world, but were not created. The Holy One, Blessed is He, arose (so- to-speak), and ‘hangs’ (i.e., puts) them in each generation, and they are the most brazen of each generation. (Chagigah 13b)
    The Leshem continues:
    . . . [They come] from their root, and are actually connected to them, for the Erev Rav is also from the sod of Da’as; the gematria of Erev Rav is ‘Da’as’ . . . as the Rav (Arizal) has written in Sha’ar HaPossukim and Likutim, Parashas Shemos. The good amongst them, a small minority, are from the Da’as of Zehr Anpin [in the Sefiros] and will be separated out in the future; they are from the essence of that which was the root of the 974 Generations; their evil is just the continuation of the evil of the 974 Generations. From these come all the evil people, damagers, and k’lipos, and with respect to them it says, "Let a thousand encamp (yipol) at your side" (Tehillim 91:7; ‘yipol’ can also mean "will fall"). This is ongoing, and the birrur is continuous through the evil of the Erev Rav, whose pneumonic is ‘Nega Ra’ (nun-gimmel-ayin, raish-ayin; literally, "a bad plague," but the letters stand for: Nefilim, Giborim, Amalekim, Refaim, and Anakim, the five types of Erev Rav mentioned by the Zohar; see Essay #3) . . . The good amongst them are the essence of the 974 Generations . . . and they are continuously being separated out either through Torah and mitzvos, or refinement and whitening [from difficult events] . . . and [these from] the 974 Generations will be rectified in the future. (Sha’arei Leshem, p. 437)
    THE EVIL INCLINATION CONCENTRATES ON THE LEADERS OF OUR NATION
    In the holy book Toldot Yakov Joseph (Parshat Nasso) written by Rav Yaakov Joseph of Polnoye, of blessed memory, says that now in the years of the coming of Mashiach the evil inclination concentrates on the leaders and Rabbis and not on each individual, because if the leaders fall into the net of the evil inclination thereby straying from the right path, then they will bring down with them the masses that follow those leaders."

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  16. Neshama,

    Yes!

    They are "mixed" in with all of our various sub-communities.

    Thus, there is much confusion, and perhaps this also prevents the bits of truth found in every sub-community from joining together.

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  17. The source for my post above is contained in a continuation of this topic on my blog post here.

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  18. The Erev Rav are wholly opportunists, which is the basis for their materialism.
    When Yosef Hatzaddik had Egyptians circumcise themselves, the Erev Rav thought this made them in league with Am Yisrael. As we know, Yosef Hatzaddik was second to Paroh, so it was quite opportune to join the nation of Paroh's second-in-command and later to join up when Hashem demonstrated His mastery over all. (I'm sure the Erev Rav merely saw it as going with the biggest bully on the block.)
    The Ohr Hachaim (Beshlach 13:17) says that Paroh sent the Erev Rav in order to make trouble for the Jews and to convince the Jews to go back to Mitzrayim, the heart of occultism and oppression. So the Erev Rav has always been working for somebody else since the beginning.
    We see all this with them today. They are still opportunists in the worst way and still working for somebody else. And they are still trying to drag us back to Mitzrayim.

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  19. Yes, Dassie, they are working for the sitra achra, the snake. They are working harder than ever because their time of rule is coming to an end at these 'keitz hayamim'.

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  20. To last Anonymous:
    You are right; that's our big comfort at this point, that their seeming successes are a sign of their end. As Rabbi Wallerstein points out, fish seem their most energetic (with wild thrashing) when they're about to die.

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