August 5, 2021
"Religious" Jews who promote medical tyranny have a lot more in common with abomination activists than you might have realized.
The Sefer Torah of abomination activists contains three words "ואהבת לרעך כמוך" (love your fellow like yourself).
The Sefer Torah of tyranny-promoters, who push masks, whacks, segregation, and ruthless treatment of dissenters, contains three words "ונשמרתם מאד לנפשותיכם" (guard your souls, loosely taken to mean "protect your lives").
Both believe that their snippets of choice are essentially all that matters. If you put their three words on one side of a scale and the rest of the Torah on the other side, their three words outweigh the rest of the Torah. The entire rest of the Torah gives way to their three words of choice.
Neither provide any context to reconcile their three words with the rest of the Torah, nor boundaries to limit their reach. Three words, end of discussion.
Both hide behind rabbis to push their agenda, but these rabbis provide no Torah of substance and do not respond to questions that challenge their position. They do not make people smarter; they simply demand obedience to their stated position.
Abomination activists claim to be all about love, but beneath the thin veneer of virtue they peddle only hate, contrary to the one mitzva they claim to champion. They justify raw, unbridled hatred for the sake of love.
Tyranny-promoters claim to be all about saving lives, but beneath the thin veneer of virtue they peddle only hate, and push for lives to be destroyed in so many ways. They justify raw, unbridled destruction of lives for the sake of saving lives.
Whatever abomination activists are demanding of society today will not be their final demand. They will always push the envelope and demand more. Their "morals" are constantly changing, unlike the morality of the Torah, which is timeless, clearly defined, and immutable.
The same is true of tyranny-promoters who falsely cloak themselves in Torah. There is no end to their demands. They will never let up.
Abomination activists do not engage in deliberation and soul-searching. They push forward without brakes, without conscience, without stopping to evaluate the wreckage. They never turn around and go back. "Progress" is never wrong. "Progress" never looks in the mirror, and it certainly never goes back. All in the name of love.
Tyranny-promoters drive the same steamrollers, swinging wrecking balls at anyone who stands in their path. All in the name of saving lives.
Abomination activists have zero humility and do not fear God.
Tyranny-promoters have zero humility and do not fear God.
Abomination activists refuse to answer serious questions that challenge their position.
Tyranny-promoters refuse to answer serious questions that challenge their position.
Abomination activists claim that anyone who isn't fully on board with them is a horrible human being, and anything goes.
Ditto for tyranny-promoters.
The people who suffer the most from abomination activists are the very people they claim to be fighting for. People who engage in these lifestyles die much sooner than average from illness and suicide. Their "leaders" seek to prevent them from leaving this lifestyle, even if they desperately wish to do so, by criminalizing therapy and censoring those who wish to help them.
The people who suffer most from tyranny-promoters are those who follow them. These people live in a constant state of fear from their propaganda, constantly changing rules and expectations, and the consequences of leaving the lifestyle. They tend to die much sooner than average from side effects of the whack, suicide, and the general effects of living in misery. Their "leaders" also prevent them from leaving this lifestyle, by criminalizing all forms of dissent and censoring those who wish to help them.
Jews who promote tyranny in the name of the Torah indeed have a lot in common with abomination activists. If you now realize this, you must refuse to follow them any longer down their path of physical and spiritual destruction.
Have fortitude in the face of their distortions, and stay on the true path of Torah, whether you are accompanied on this path by many or few. THIS is the path of love and life.