It is not the ICJ that is judging Israel

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readMay 24, 2024

An article in The Jerusalem Post:

My comment:

There is no moral bankruptcy, and there is no moral compass.

As our greatest sages explain, the world we live in is solely based, created, and developed by the inherently self-serving, self-justifying, exploitative, and hateful human ego.

We exist in and are the product of the “Matrix” the human ego creates and governs.

And since this human ego is exponentially growing and intensifying, nothing good can be expected, only steadily worsening crisis and self-destruction.

The world is now — almost united — standing against Israel and the Jews because, since Abraham, Jews pledged to a very different kind of existence and lifestyle, one that is based on “supernatural” — above inherent human nature — unity, mutual guarantee, and love of others.

The original Nation of Israel was established on such a foundation when the whole Nation pledged to follow this “supernatural” lifestyle despite “camping around the Mount of Hatred between them.”

Unfortunately, over 2000 years ago, even Jews lost their own method and succumbed to the egoistic and selfish life of others.

The whole world — consciously or unconsciously — is waiting for the Jews to revive and implement their own method so that through their own positive example, they could safeguard humanity’s survival against the human ego.

Until we do so, it is not the ICJ, but a much higher and more powerful “court” is judging Israel — unfavorably.

Everything is in our own hands, and none else is to blame; others can change only when we show them how.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.