<Defeating the anti-Semitism, the right way (with the lessons learned by the American citizens the refugees from the totalitarian Soviet Union)>
Time and time again we feel helpless in containing the anti-Semitism – why?
It is so because we have not defined the true cause of anti-Semitism – therefore, we are fighting with the phantoms of anti-Semitism but not with its roots.
What are the true roots of Anti-Semitism?
Every nation in the world is distinguished from the others by its unique national morality capsulated in its unique religion – not in the often-bureaucratic religious organizations but in the spiritual religious foundation called the morality.
The morality of the Jewish nation, the morality of Judaism, is guided by the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms for their application – “in the image and likeness of God” in all imaginable God’s images being imagined by the believers/unbelievers, the scientists/laborers, the Jews/Christians, etc.
If the Jews had contained the morality of the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms only for themselves there will be no anti-Semitism at all.
However, from the very beginning the Jews believed that somebody who is called God made the Jewish nation the Chosen people with the task of convincing the other nations to accept the morality of the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms.
And the Jews succeeded – they created the morality of Christianity guided by the Ten Commandments (which is in essence a morality of Judaism tailored for the unique traditions of the non-Jewish nations) that led to birth of the Western Judeo-Christian Civilization with the Judeo-Christian America in the lead.
However, there are inside the nations the powerful force with completely different morality, and this force is in war with the Jewish mission “of the Chosen.” This war is what we call the anti-Semitism.
This power force is called Totalitarianism.
The morality of Totalitarianism is an opposite to the morality of the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms. Totalitarianism treats a nation as a crowd of disoriented people who are looking for a supreme almighty leader to take them to the “happiness.”
The Nazi Germany, the Czarist Russia, the Soviet Union, the modern Iran, the modern Turkey, many Arab nations are examples of the totalitarian nations with the flourishing anti-Semitism.
When in a relatively good nation with traditional love for Individual Freedoms the totalitarianism begins rising, the anti-Semitism is up. Thus, the rise of anti-Semitism is a sort of warning for a nation where the morality of the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms is cherished of a growing threat to its very national morality.
So, what to do, how to fight the anti-Semitism?
Stop labeling it as something abnormal or unnatural – it is normal and natural for the totalitarian part of our society.
Start fighting the totalitarian force.
Begin doing this with befriending many Christian groups who cherish, as the Jews do, the God-given Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms, such as the Catholics or Evangelicals for example – these Christian groups love the true God in some Heavens and hate the totalitarian human gods in the government.
Most importantly, connect the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms with the material and health wellbeing of the open and hidden anti-Semites.
Do lectures and publish the information on the gigantic improvements in material and wealth wellbeing of every individual in the nations that have lived by the morality of the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms, with the emphasis on the creative work of Jewish individuals who were the first in accepting the live with the Ten Commandments and Individual Freedoms and have not betrayed their “mission of the Chosen.”
Are there any publications on the topics to start with?
Some of them could be found in the Blog “Intellectual Judaism” by Vladimir Minkov at
Intellectual Judaism – it is about Judeo-Christian morality of the Nation! – How to connect the Jewishness to Judeo-Christian life of the Nation! (intellectualjudaismjewishidentityincontemporaryjudeochristian.world)
and in the books “In Search of Jewish Intellectual Identity in the Modern Judeo-Christian World” or “Spiritual Unity of Jews and Christians in the Image of One God” both authored by Vladimir Minkov.