Kristol Clear Judah-ism–‘The real reason Jews don’t make Aliyah’


There are absolutely no justifiable reasons for Jews to settle outside the Land of Israel


ed note–as always, LOTS of important ‘protocols’ that every Gentile with a vested interest in his/her own future survival needs to understand about all of this business.


First and foremost is a theorem involving the ‘jeometry’ of Judah-ism that we here at this humble little informational endeavor have proven through exhaustive and time-tested research and which must be plugged into any and all examinations of this thing known as the ‘Jewish question’ where some ‘thesis’ or statement has been proffered by one of the followers of this dangerous doomsday cult, which is that–




No, that isn’t a typo or a misspelling, ladies and Gentile-men…We here at this humble little informational endeavor meant what we said and said what we meant–




Now, to be Kristol clear on this matter, despite some phonetic similarities both in pronunciation and spelling, ‘Jewpiter’ isn’t a ‘place’ per se, such as the planet Jupiter…


Rather, it is a deranged state of mind/state of being for those who are the followers of Judah-ism, and in particular the inherently organic anti-Gentile precepts and ‘protocols’ (to quote an often used word when discussing this particular topic) that make up this ‘Judah-ism’ and which (just as it is with both leprosy and/or the use of the drug crystal meth) results in a long list of physical manifestations/symptoms indicating the degree to which those suffering from this derangement are mentally mal-affected, to wit–



…And many, many other examples we could show, but won’t for the sake of brevity…


This state of mind or state of ‘being’ is, as evidenced from the very beginning of what is now a quickly-evolving Apocalyptic affair, by no means the ‘holy’ or humanitarian program as it is deceptively described by its army of hasbaratchiks and misinformation/disinformation specialists. Rather, it is a state of perpetual, ceaseless war of extermination against all forms of Gentilism in the social, political, religious, familial, and cultural sense and the practical application of those commandments/precepts found within the Torah that began with Abraham and which were then codified under Moses, to wit–


‘When the LORD your God brings you into the land you are to possess and casts out the many peoples living there, you shall then slaughter them all and utterly destroy them…You shall save nothing alive that breathes…You shall make no agreements with them nor show them any mercy…You shall destroy their altars, break down their images, cut down their groves and burn their graven images with fire, for you are a holy people unto the LORD thy God and He has chosen you to be a special people above all others upon the face of the earth…’–Book of Deuteronomy


The Jews–meaning the followers of Judah-ism–and the Gentiles are as opposite from each other in their respective natures as are Cain the murderer and Abel the murdered, a fact which the Jews–as a people, nation, culture, etc–themselves understand but which, tragically–Gentiles do not.


Now, as it all relates to what our deranged Hebrew has scribbled below, nota bene the following–


Whilst other religions–notably Christianity and Islam, both of which Judah-ism seeks to utterly destroy–base the protocols of their respective faiths around the notion of a heavenly kingdom where all persons of good will are free to enter after living a decent life, the religion of the Jews however places no such importance on such precepts. Everything about them is the creation of an earthly empire which they themselves will rule while the rest of us Gentile smellies function as slaves on their Judaic plantation in providing them every damned thing they demand…


–Which by itself is troubling, given that it is indicative of a type of derangement based upon delusions of grandeur, but it is actually much, much worse than that…


What we are witnessing now viz the Jewish state ‘calling home’ all of the ‘children of Israel’ from their sojourn in various Gentile states is in effect a repeat of what took place on the morning of 9/11 prior to the terrorist attacks of that day, where Jews received text messages telling them not to show up at the Twin Towers for work, an historical fact baked into the timeline of that day’s events by no less an authoritative news source than Haaretz, one of the largest information websites in Israel–



Now, the manner in which all of this relates to the scribblings on the part of our deranged Hebrew below is that this is what is happening on a DAILY BASIS viz the publication of various OpEds and news stories telling Jews around the world to ‘go home’ as if each were the star character in the Spielberg film ‘ET’ before they wind up dead at the hands of angry Gentile hordes who are beginning to do the very simple math on exactly why their societies are falling apart and exactly WHO is responsible for it.


So, at this point, the question that must be asked is the following–

















Or a combination of all the above, and much more?


And lest the reader think we are stretching this way past what is warranted by reality, consider the following OpEd that warned of precisely all of this.



Tzvi Fishman for Israel National News


We are all familiar with the long list of reasons why Jews who live in comfortable Diasporas don’t make Aliyah. There is no need to rehash them here. I would venture to say that in 90 percent of the cases, there is no halakhic support for the many different claims. In a class on the Torah portion ‘Shelach Lecha,’ HaRav Shmuel Eliahu, the Chief Rabbi of Tzfat, stated:


‘There is absolutely no justifiable reason for Jews to settle outside the Land of Israel. Our Sages teach that the mitzvah to dwell in Eretz Yisrael is equal in weight to all of the commandments of the Torah together. All of the Prophets emphasized the eternity of the Covenant and the return of Am Yisrael to Eretz Yisrael. Anyone who does not make Aliyah to Eretz Yisrael neglects to fulfill a positive commandment of the Torah. So all-encompassing is this commandment that a person performs it even while he sleeps. What a pity to miss out, every second, the observance of such a vital mitzvah upon which all of the Torah is founded.’


Now that Hashem in His great kindness has established the modern State of Israel, the need for Jews to remain in exile has been eliminated and thus the exile was never meant to last forever.


Why then do so many Jews in North and South America, Australia, South Africa and Western Europe not make Aliyah? In the Torah portion of the week, Rashi explains that a Jew who lives in the Land of Israel has Hashem as his G-d, while a Jew who lives outside the Land is like a person who worships idols.


This is due to the fact that Hashem’s Presence outside of the Land of Israel appears only in a very diminished fashion. Just as holiness is not indigenous to Gentile lands, the manifestation of the Shechinah can hardly be felt there. In his Commentary to the Torah, the Ramban explains this seeming absence of God by informing us that when Hashem created the world He appointed angels to preside over all of the world’s countries except for Israel, over which Hashem governs without the channel of intermediary agents.


Thus, for example, in America, the connection between a Jew and Hashem is screened by the intermediary angel who Hashem has positioned to rule there.


Thusly, in those Gentile lands outside of Israel, the presence of Hashem isn’t there, and thus the fear and reverence for God, and the passionate love for Him and yearning to serve Him are missing, resulting in the abnormal phenomenon that the Diaspora Jew feels comfortable living in a foreign land and not in the Land of Hashem.


Please note that I am not here to criticize the Jews of the Diaspora, but only to describe the absence of Hashem in Gentile lands and thus the natural result that serving Hashem is not the number-one priority of Jewish life in those lands. Certainly the Diaspora Jew believes in God, but he or she is generally less motivated to long for Redemption from the exile and to actively participate in the rebuilding of Jerusalem and the re-establishment of Hashem’s Kingdom in the world – the goal of the Torah – which can only take place in the Land of Israel.


The Jews of the Diaspora are not to blame. No one has taught them otherwise. Over the long generations of exile, Jerusalem became a faraway dream. The vital importance of the Land of Israel to the life of the Israelite Nation became ignored. So, unattainable to the Jews of the ghettos that they inhabited and so unconnected to the day-to-day reality of the exile, the subject of Redemption was simply not taught. Mashiach became a nice song to sing but not something to take seriously in one’s future college and professional plans. Large chunks of the Tanach and the Talmud, as well as uncomfortable teachings of Rashi and other great Torah Sages, were skipped over as if they no longer applied. Because no one taught Diaspora Jews the deeper aspirations of Torah, the Torah lost its national essence and instead became a list of do’s and don’ts for the individual Jew.


Generation after generation of Diaspora Jews literally grew up as ‘Tinokot Sh’nishbu’, i.e. children taken captive in Gentile lands. Thus, today, when a Jew in America hears the Torah portion of ‘Behukotai’ in shul on Shabbat, even if he reads along in English because he never learned Hebrew, he thinks that the curses of the exile don’t apply to him in the comfortable oasis which he has found in America – as if Hashem has canceled His warning words and decrees about life amongst the Gentiles and transformed the exile into a deluxe glatt-kosher vacation which will never end.


But Hashem has not forgotten His words, even though we have too often forgotten Him.


Hashem is still the same. The Torah is still the same. The teachings of our Sages haven’t changed. Whether we want it or not, Hashem will return His children to the Land of Israel and He will rebuild Jerusalem and re-establish His Kingdom on earth.


We have a choice – either to participate in this or to learn the hard way and disappear into oblivion.


Which do you choose?

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