Jews and different context

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readFeb 18, 2024

An article in The Jerusalem Post:

My comment:

Jews have always been placed in a “different context” compared to others.

This started in ancient Mesopotamia, where a few unique individuals were “naturally selected” out of the population living there due to their special sensitivity and curiosity, which led them to a very different path of development compared to others.

The unique group that assembled around Abraham — unique empirical scientists studying nature’s system and their own nature — recognized that there is a single, all-encompassing force that governed reality with a single deterministic plan and that it was possible to recognize, feel, and study this single force to become “partners” with it.

They realized that this unique partnership with reality’s single governing force required them to exist above and against the inherently selfish, hateful, and exploitative human nature to achieve the necessary similarity and mutual understanding with reality’s all-bestowing and loving life-creating force.

Others have been suspicious of Jews and hated them for the very different “life system” they developed, while at the same time, also expecting the Jews to be successful with their Jewish method so Jews could teach everybody else how to survive above and against the cancer-like inherent human nature.

The only way we can “turn everybody on our side” is by showcasing our life-saving and life-promoting method through the positive example of “supernatural” — above instinctive egoism — unity and mutual guarantee.



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.