Judea Speaks–‘Israel’s Exile is a Desecration of God’s Name’

Judea Speaks–‘Israel’s Exile is a Desecration of God’s Name’

Jews who refuse to end their exile desecrate God’s name.

ed note–again, as we point out regularly on this humble little informational endeavor, one cannot understand the world as it functions today without understanding the role played in all of it by the organized forces of anti-Gentilism otherwise known as Judaism and one cannot understand this ‘Judaism’ without understanding that it is something much, much larger and much more dangerous than simply a ‘moral code’. It is in fact a plan for creating a literal, physical, geographical empire from which the world is to be ruled according to the ‘protocols’ of that same aforementioned anti-Gentilism in much the same way that a corporation is created for the purpose of enriching the stockholders of that corporation.

Judaism, going all the way back to the beginning of the affair otherwise known as the book of Genesis, is not like other ‘faiths’. Again, like the aforementioned corporation, it is there for literal, physical enrichment of the stockholders and nothing else. 

Whereas its 2 main competitors–Christianity and Islam–are focused on the betterment of the individual so that he/she is ‘spiritually cleansed’ prior to him/her returning to his/her maker, Judaism is about creating an earthly kingdom where the beneficiaries of this religious corporation, the ‘chosen’, rule as kings, queens, czars & czarinas, to wit–

‘The Gentiles and their kings shall come to your light and to the brightness of your ascension…
You shall drink their milk and draw milk from the breasts of their kings…
Strangers shall stand and feed your flocks,
And the sons of the foreigner shall be your plowmen and vinedressers…
As you devour the riches of the Gentiles they shall boast of your greatness and surrender unto you all their gold and incense, and the children of those who persecuted you shall come bowing down to you, while all those who despised you shall fall prostrate at the soles of your feet…
The sons of foreigners shall build up your walls, and their kings shall minister to you, as your gates remain open, day and night, so that the wealth of the Gentiles may be placed at your feet while their kings are led in humble procession before you…
For the nation which will not bow down and serve you shall perish, it shall be utterly destroyed…
–Book of Isaiah

And, as history has shown clearly now for thousands of years, again, going all the way back to the beginning of the ‘Egypt’ affair as described in the book of Genesis, the followers of this backwards and at times very barbaric religious corporation simply cannot implement the above-listed ‘protocols’ of ‘drinking the milk’ from the breasts of Gentile kings and of ‘devouring the riches’ of non-Hebrews, non-Israelites, non-Jews while living in lands that are owned/operated/governed by Gentiles.

The only way to make this happen is for there to be a ‘Jewish state’, armed to the teeth with nuclear/chemical/biological weapons with which the rest of the world is threatened/terrorized and to eventually, slowly but surely, break down the political/cultural/social cohesion of those nations through the process of media intoxication, perpetual/endless war, economic annihilation, etc, etc, etc, so that they can be brought to heel.


Yshai Amichai for Israel National News

“And wherever they went among the nations they profaned My Holy Name, for it was said of them, ‘These are the Lord’s people, and yet they left His Land.’” (Ezekiel 36:20).

Israel’s exile is a desecration of God’s Name. That is not something I made up. God Said it Himself through His prophet, Ezekiel (36:20).

How, might you ask, is Israel’s exile a desecration of God’s Name? The answer has to do with our broken Covenant with God and the Curse that followed us into exile (see Leviticus 26 and Deuteronomy 28).

“I will scatter you among the nations and will draw out my sword and pursue you. Your land will be laid waste, and your cities will lie in ruins. … As for those of you who are left, I will make their hearts so fearful in the lands of their enemies that the sound of a rustling leaf will pursue them, and they will flee headlong, as one flees from the sword, and they will fall, though no one pursues them. …You will not be able to stand before your enemies. You will perish among the nations, and the land of your enemies will consume you.” (Leviticus 26:33,36-38).

The fact that God’s people had become so weak and fainthearted that the nations could do whatever they wanted to them, is a desecration of God’s Name.

The argument of desecration was used by Moses to save Israel from God’s Wrath after the people, in their fear of war, refused to enter the Land of Israel: “If you put this people to death like a single man, then the nations that heard of Your Fame will say, ‘The Lord was unable to bring this people to the Land He Swore to them, so He slaughtered them in the wilderness.’” (Numbers 14:15-16).

The weakness of the Jews, particularly in the condition of their exile, is perceived by the nations as God’s weakness in the world. It does not matter that the exile was in fact God’s Punishment for Israel’s sins and should be perceived as God’s Supremacy over Israel. Instead, it is perceived as God’s inability to defend His people, therefore Israel’s exile remains a desecration of His Name.

This desecration has been greatly reduced by Israel’s Restoration as a nation in its Land, but with so many Jews still living in exile, it remains extant in many parts of the world.

The main difference now is that it is a desecration by choice. The many Jews who refuse to end their exile choose to desecrate God’s Name. By their actions or their inactions, they help perpetuate a desecration of God’s Holy Name which they could otherwise help end.

On a personal level, every Jew who lives in exile should take that into consideration. The choices we make as Jews have powerful repercussions in the world. Not only do they affect us and those around us, but they also go so far as to affect God’s Name and Reputation, even to the point of desecration or sanctification.

That is a profound thing to think about. Do you want to be held accountable for desecrating God’s Name? You could be a saint in the land of your exile and yet, together with the other Jews there, you are harming God’s Reputation.

For those who take pride in their righteousness, that is a hard to truth to bear. But the solution remains available to them: They can sanctify God’s Name in Israel.

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