Sunday, January 25, 2009

A New Book

Dr. Dmitry (Daniel) Radyshevsky has published his book "Universal Zionism".

And the description of the book:


The new, universal Zionism must liberate not only the Jewish nation, but the entire world – liberate them from the catastrophic alienation between the God and the State: between the eternal spiritual commandments and the daily needs of modernity.

At the early stages of the state's revival, secular Zionism was needed in order to learn how to act instead of praying. A Galut Jew's choice was between God and action. Today's Israel must learn to interact with God.

Israel was not rebuilt to become the happy Holland of the Middle East, but to become the spiritual center of the world, the fulcrum from which mankind's transformation must begin, a beachhead for the expansion of the civilization of Israel – a social structure in which the spirit of wisdom, justice, and love governs all spheres of life, including politics. That is, the Lord governs.

This is exactly why Israel must retain control over the entire Holy Land. Israel's mission is to transmit a new consciousness to humankind. The transmitter must remain intact – the Holy Land in toto, preserved in its perfect state for His people for just that reason: Eretz Israel is the projection of the Jewish national spirit onto Earth. Every part of the Land is associated with a particular spiritual quality of the Jewish nation.

7 comments:

galia said...

Man, Zionists are confused. How do you imagine to build "a social structure in which the spirit of wisdom, justice, and love governs all spheres of life, including politics" and with that "retain control over the entire "Holy Land"? Was Israel "governed by the Lord" to do this recent Palestine masacre?
"Israel's mission is to transmit a new consciousness to humankind". i say thank you very much, keep it to yourselves.

galia said...

Are you recommending this book? Does Radyshevsky reflect in it the way of Zionist thinking that you have?

YMedad said...

i recommend many books, even those of an anti approach. i am inquisitive

galia said...

Haha, so is this recommendation pro or anti approach?

"countries that demand that we create a state of Philistines in Judea and Samaria and hamper Jewish progress – on which their very own well-being likewise depends – are in fact only seeking to perpetuate the fragmentation and diabolization of humankind.

…Not for naught do the Palestinians of our day call themselves “Philistines”. While not consanguineous descendants of the ancient Philistines (despite their pseudo-historians’ futile attempts to convince us otherwise), they are the spiritual descendants of Goliath. They have resurrected not only the Philistine hatred of Israel, but also the ancient Philistine abomination of performing human sacrifices, particularly child sacrifices: preparing their young boys for shahada, a sacrifice on the altar of the new Moloch, the jihad.

In other words, resolving this conflict peaceably by reaching a compromise with Evil and agreeing to co-exist with it, is equally impossible as co-existing with Nazism was."

Is this what you as Zionist believe as well?

YMedad said...

Try this, he's a "settler Rabbi". Imagine that. Don't assume too muchabout what you do not know.

galia said...

I'll try this. But i just want to say first, i downloaded that book and i must say it is idiotic!!!!!!!!!!!!
The guy contradicts himself over and over. First he exclaims it's ISLAMISM that's Israel enemy, then he just equates isramism to islam. Doesn't he know it's two different things?

"That is why the world hates (and has always hated) the Jews: because they are a reminder of God." Nonsence!!!!!!!!

The very first chapter. What path does it look like Israel is taking right now?

galia said...

"Settler Rabbi" is right. The only way to peace is talking to your neighbor.
On the other hand you got crazy Radyshevsky who claims
"In other words, resolving this conflict peaceably by reaching a compromise with Evil and agreeing to co-exist with it, is equally impossible as co-existing with Nazism was."


"Don't assume too muchabout what you do not know"
What assumptions are you talking about?