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JFJ Needs To Be More Politically Involved
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(09-10-2011, 01:01 PM)HOPE7 Wrote: Jewish people are born political simply by their birth title, arent they? Its up to them, I think, whether or not they will be sucessful politically. They need only get involved and do what is right, protecting life and standing for traditational family values, inorder to make significant changes in our world! Their silence in political issues affecting the welfare of so many frequently causes more hardship than the activism of those against G-dly principles. Thats what I think anyway! G-d bless them with the fortitude and the wisdom to make G-dly changes in politics in their unique and refreshing ways.

Thanks Hope7. I like that one.
I'm not shure if we are born like that. But Torah teaches a lot about how to be social, just, and to share but also the make money. To give but if you give more than 20% you might loose a lot of responsibilties, and destroy the system.
A lot of political-parties and programms want to improve the world. I think Jews and believers should work on it, and not only be in offices to think about it.
At the other hand, Jews were often blamed for being pro-communist, and pro-kapitalist at the same time, and yes they are in both groups. During the 1930's the Germans blamed them for being pro-American and pro-Russian. AND blamed them for not being German, AND being not German enough.
Sadly enough that happens with a lot of immigrants, but that is how politics and how selfish people work.
The bible has some pro-socialist claims, and some pro-kaptitalist claims etc.etc. It's up to us to find a good balance to be just and finding righteous paths. That can be done in a lot of organistations, or politicall parties.

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Good point... quote, "The bible has some pro-socialist claims, and some pro-kaptitalist claims etc.etc. It's up to us to find a good balance to be just and finding righteous paths. That can be done in a lot of organistations, or politicall parties." end quote, very good point!Doesnt the Torah, Ive never read it, but doesnt it promote moderation! You cant allow what others will do or say to affect your decisions in life because you cant please people, they are unpleasable far too often. But you can please G-d and thats a really cool thing! Peace to you and yours




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