On our own, and as long as we remain fragmented, we are weak!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readApr 16, 2024

An article in The Jerusalem Post:

My comment:

Israel’s true strength is not in its military and defense systems but it is in the unity of the Nation.

Even on the level of this world, we can understand this.

As long as the political and military leadership is fragmented, as long as everybody is looking over the shoulder, fearing the internal and external enemies that want to change and confuse everything, Israel will never be able to make crucial and independent decisions.

As long as the public is fragmented and we all want to undermine and fight each other, we will never have a united and “single-minded” leadership that can lead the country toward success.

Without unity, we remain feable toys and puppets in the hands of our enemies and “allies,” constantly waiting for approvals and responses, constantly reacting instead of acting.

On a deeper level, without Israel’s unity, without the traditional mutual guarantee that has to be achieved and sustained above, and despite the constantly awakening, selfish, egoistic, and exploitative “unfounded hatred,” we cannot reach similarity with reality’s single life-creating and developing force, which is the only force that can provide us with solutions and true protection.

In our days, everything turned upside down; believing in all-powerful technology and our “allies” protecting us is the true “blind faith,” while connecting to and harnessing the all-encompassing force that our forefathers connected to and researched is actual reality.

Everything starts and concludes in Israel’s unity.



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.