Bennett: ‘We’re losing millions of Jews to assimilation’
Minister of Education and Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennett blesses diaspora emissaries: ‘Work hard to save another Jew.’
ed note–people need to understand the nuts and bolts of what Bennett is really saying here in order to fully grasp its beating heart and its implications. Remember, that for Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, etc, the world is multi-colored in terms of religious demographics. In the Judaic world however, it boils down to a very simple 2-toned situation–Jewish and non-Jewish.
What he is saying in very coded terms is that the Gentile world is dirty, inferior, and toxic to the Judaic soul, that there are no redeeming qualities that exist in any corner outside of Mundus Judaicus and that Jews who abandon the cult mindset and choose to live in peace with Gentiledom are in effect ‘lost’ and ‘dead’ as far as Judaism is concerned.
If any other group were to bewail the fact that their people are being ‘lost’ to Judaism, falling not only into its insane religious precepts but as well, its cultural toxicity (as seen in every place where Jewish Hollywood and its effects are manifest in the hearts and minds of the people) Jews the world over would engage in a screeching campaign that would wake the dead. When Bennett & co say it however, they are praised for being ‘true’ to ‘their people’, despite the obvious sneering, supremacist, and condescending tone that represents not only the content itself but also its delivery.
Israel National News
Minister of Education and Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennett arrived Wednesday morning at the introductory convention for Israeli “emissaries,” those that will be sent around the world in coming weeks to serve Jewish communities in need of strengthening.
“If I think of the major challenge facing world Jewry today, it’s that we’re losing millions of Jews [to assimilation],” Bennett emphasized to the crowd. “Few times in history has there been destruction of Jewry on the scope we are seeing: during the first Temple period, during the Holocaust, and in our current period.”
“Israel, in my eyes, is not only the state of the citizens of Israel, but the state of world Jewry. Your mission is one of saving, of looking outward from the confines of the community you will be serving.”
“I expect each and every one of you to work hard and think how you can save another Jew. The key lies more in your inner strength than in ideology,” he added.
Bennett also shared some of his personal story: “My family also served as emissaries in the US from 1977-79. The technique that worked best was when we invited Jews to our home and they saw real life. People want to see real faces. Who you are, and not just what you represent, your behavior, your honesty – this is the most effective way to connect people to us.
“I believe in you,” Bennett concluded. “The State of Israel has no greater mission. Lots of love, wish you luck.”
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