If HaMashiach, ben David, is to come; it will have to be that we find within ourselves not only the love of Godliness, but this:
"If You would slay the wicked, O God--depart from me therefore, you men of blood;
who utter Your Name with wicked thought, they take it for falsehood, even Your enemies--
Do not I hate them, O LORD, that hate You? And do not I strive with those that rise up against You?
I hate them with utmost hatred; I count them my enemies.
Search me, O God, and know my heart, try me, and know my thoughts;
And see if there be any way in me that is grievous, and lead me in the way everlasting." - Psalms Chapter 139
Those who hate the People of Yisra'el hate the God of Yisra'el. Understand this! It is not against us that they rage. It is against HaShem. Would that they could, they would do to HaShem what they have done to us.
If the world is to be ridded of evil it will only be if the Jews recover our ability to hate evil with every fiber of our being and not to have any compassion on the wicked.
We are wrong to pray for the redemption of all peoples. Some peoples are damaged beyond redemption. This is what our Torah tells us!
It is we who had compassion on the cruel and we who suffered for that terrible mistake.
Enough! Let us pray with all of our hearts and Souls to the God of Yisrael to rid this beautiful world of evil, without compassion, without remorse.
It is a MITZVAH to hate evil! It is a MITZVAH D'OREITA! Understand this!
It was Yeshu who taught love for ones enemies.
It sounded so nice, so spiritual, so exalted. Even we Jews bought into it. It may be true that only we Jews bought it. Do you believe that the Romans or the Germanic tribes ever took that seriously?
It seemed to be an extension of ואהבת לרעך כמוך. But Torah teaches not to add and not to subtract from the teachings of Torah *as they are formulated*.
Loving one's enemies was a "teaching" from the Sitra Achra and it loosed destruction and desolation on the world.
Return, Oh My Beautiful People, to the words of the true father of HaMashiach, to David, the beloved of our King. He was loved by God more for his utmost hatred of evil than for his utmost love of God! God does not need our love, but the world needs our hatred of evil.
Understand that the God of Yisra'el does only what the People of Yisrael pray for! Know this! If we collectively pray with all of our hearts, Souls and might for the destruction of evil, God will do so, as the Rabbis have taught: "A tzaddik decrees and God fulfills."
If there is evil in this world it is only because we Jews tolerate it!
The collective prayers of the Jews, if we pray with One heart, with One resolve are powerful enough to move God to do justice once and for all. Know this!
We can will evil out of existence. This is the true meaning of every commandment to do battle in Torah. Know this!
Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Tzfat, Yisra'el