Zionism is the state ideology of Israel. Why do Jews imagine they’re the chosen individuals? What’s the significance of the Jewish diaspora as a Jewish custom? Why is Zionism, on one hand, a continuation of Judaism and, on the opposite, its refutation? Like every faith, Judaism has many dimensions. Talking about it simplistically, both in reward or condemnation, is primitive.
» Zionism is Jewish Satanism, Satanism inside Judaism, overturning all its foundations. «
Alexander Dugin, 2018
Judaism is tied to the assumption that Jews are the chosen individuals (primarily in a non secular sense). Their objective is to await the Messiah, who would be the King of Israel. Thus, their faith is related to the anticipation of the Messiah. Based on Judaism, initially of the primary millennium, Jews went into the diaspora. The Second Temple was destroyed, marking the beginning of a two-thousand-year historical past of their dispersion. This period is a part of the Jewish custom. The aim is to atone for Israel’s sins collected throughout earlier historic durations. If this atonement is real and the repentance profound, then based on Jewish custom, the Messiah will seem, signifying the blessing of the chosen individuals. On this case, the return of Jews to Israel, the institution of an unbiased statehood, and the creation of the Third Temple will ensue. That is the construction of the Jewish tradition of anticipation. Essentially the most constant representatives of this method are the fundamentalists from the Neturei Karta motion. They are saying that the Jewish God commanded to endure the hardships of exile, so one should watch for the top and atone for sins. And when the Messiah comes, one can return to the Promised Land.
How did it occur that the state has already been established and prohibitions have been violated? To know why trendy Israel is in full contradiction with the Jewish faith, one wants to return to the seventeenth century, to the period of the pseudo-Messiah Shabbtai Tzvi, the herald of Zionism. He claimed he was the Messiah, and due to this fact Jews might return to Israel. The destiny of Shabbtai Tzvi is sorrowful. When he arrived on the Ottoman sultan with claims to Palestine, he was given a alternative: both be beheaded or convert to Islam. Then one thing unusual occurred: Shabbtai Tzvi transformed to Islam. At the moment, this was a significant disappointment for Jewish communities. Nevertheless, followers of Shabbtai Tzvi (Sabbateanism) appeared – particularly his teachings unfold amongst Ashkenazi and Jap European Jews. The Hasidic motion developed in parallel, which had no eschatological or messianic orientation however disseminated Kabbalistic teachings amongst odd individuals. In some Sabbatean sects (significantly among the many Frankists in Poland), a theology arose: supposedly, Shabbtai Tzvi was the actual Messiah and made the transition to Islam intentionally; thus, he dedicated a ‘sacred betrayal’ (he betrayed Judaism to hasten the approaching of the Messiah). By such logic, one can simply convert to different religions. Jacob Frank, as an example, first transformed to Islam, then to Catholicism, arguing that Jews eat Christian infants. He utterly violated all types of Talmudism and betrayed his religion – however Frank’s secret doctrine prompt that after the seventeenth century, the very notion of the Messiah modified. Now, the Jews themselves grew to become the Messiah – there isn’t any want to attend for him, so even in case you betray your faith, you’re holy – you’re God.