Consider the following by Aryeh Zelasko

What is the background situation to the war of Gog and Mogog? They invade an Israel that has a large Jewish population, and an army that fights them. For there to be an army, there must be a government. Since this war has not yet happened, it is still for the future. We must ask: Why would G-D allow Goyim to invade Israel and inflict large casualties? It could only be as a punishment for not following the Torah. So what are the elements we can deduce? The war happens at a time when there is a large Jewish population in Israel with its own government but they do not govern according to the Torah. So G-D sends Gog to destroy this situation. Now what is the outcome of the war? Moshiach is revealed, defeats the enemy and establishes his government.

It would seem that the purpose of the war was to reestablish the monarchy so the Jewish people will live according to the Torah. Since we are unwilling to do this voluntarily, we must first pay the price in blood and destruction. Only afterwards will there be enough Jews willing to abandon the Goyish way of living and want to live according to Torah. Of course if we abandon the Goyish system now and appointed a king to govern according to the Torah, the war would not be necessary. There is a way this could be done but it would take great courage on the part of many people. If you are interested, we can meet and I will explain how.

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On the Israeli elections #5:

For those who plan to vote for a political party: just don't forget that the Rambam's definition of idol worshiping is attributing one's hopes and aspirations to anything other than Hashem and that we voted for Him for all generations under the Mount. So yeah, a little Fear of G-d definitely is kind of - healthy? Keeping in mind that it kept us alive all the way?

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On Israeli elections #4

 Rabbi Meir Kahane did not understand and most Kahanists in particular and Religious Zionists in general do not understand that the State cannot be reformed from within. Why not? Because Torah tells us to run a different kind of State in the Land: none of the democratic republc's institutiuns are the Torah-prescribed ones, therefore we cannot vote them out, even if we had 61 good guys in kneset and right now we have like none. This is why elections in Israel are such disgusting public rebellion against Hashem, may His Name be blessed! We will have to have an institutional discontinuity in the Land, which is the definition of revolution. In Judaism we call it the Coming of the Messiah.

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There are certain distinctions to be made:

 The State IS its institutions. The rest is the Torah, the People, and the Land of Israel. In order to change the institutions from the ones we are told to vote for now to our Torah-prescribed institutions, the king, the Sanhedrin and the Cohen gadol, we'll have to go through an institutional discontinuity, which is the definition of revolution. It can be bloody and it can be smooth. So, in order to get from here to there we need a Torah revolution (which not by accident is the title of this blog). We can't get there by elections, because elections only reinforce and prolong the rule of kneset, not weaken and shorten it.This is where Rav. Kahane erred, he did not understand that we cannot reform this State from within, because Torah wants us to run another kind of state in the Land. With other words, the more we vote for kneset, the more we push away this necessary Torah revolution, which we call the Coming of the Messiah and thus the establishment of our beloved Torah state that we pray for every day. This is why this democratic republic cannot be considered a part of the redemption process and this is why even if one votes for the good guys and for the right party, for the ones who SAY all the right things we love to hear, by voting for kneset he makes the realization of those stated and desired goals even more difficult. The correct Torah behavior therefore is abstention from the vote. Let kneset run out of blood-supply, an equation in which the blood-supply is our blood. Literally!

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"The Temple Institute" admits that in reality it is for the State, not for the Temple!

So, what is that flag of the secular State is doing there behind your shoulder? Are you not for our Torah-prescribed institutions? Which side are you on? For or against Torah? 

We love the State of Israel, part of the process of our Redemption, and we are on the side of recognizing the hand of Hashem in the miracle of the State of Israel, and giving Him thanks. There is more Torah in the State of Israel now than at any other time in history, and more Torah than anywhere else in the world. Whatever your problem is, take it somewhere else please.
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Destroying Jewish property is wrong no matter what!

When the real-estate worshiper, power-hungry, control-freak, xtian-loving, Israeli flag-waver religious Zionists destroy a house of your friend, you call it Chilul Hashem, desecration of G-d's Name at 4:20, which of course it is. When the same religious Zionists destroyed the Breslever community in Givat Ronen a few years ago, you called it the proper action against the rebels by the sages of the village. Well, I suggest that it does not work like this: Either one worships Hashem, in which case destroying Jewish property, lives and livelihoods is very wrong, or one worships the rabbis of the Kookist mafia one feels affiliated to, in which case everything suddenly becomes relative and very far from Torah.

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