The only solution for antisemitism

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJun 14, 2024


An article in The Jerusalem Post:

My comment:

Antisemitism has nothing to do with logic or morality.

It has always been a very deep, “primordial” feeling in people since that small group around Abraham in ancient Mesopotamia decided to follow a different path of existence.

In that first “global” human civilization — the root of all “seventy nations” of the world — where the first real eruption of the human ego unfolded, separating nations and turning them against each other — expressed in the symbolism of the mixing of the languages and the ego-demonstrating Tower of Babel — the initial assembly of the Jewish people pledged to follow a different path that is built on unity and “love of others” above and against the instinctive human ego.

Since then, the development of Jews has been vastly different from the rest of the world.

We are seemingly in a lose-lose situation.

They suspect and hate us because we are different and proclaim a truer path of human development leading to partnership with reality’s single, Good, and Benevolent governing force.

At the same time — consciously or unconsciously — they also expect us to become successful in our role and teach them how to exist and behave above and against the cancer-like human ego and thus build the perfect, “godly” Human society all across the world.

The only solution to the “insane” antisemitism is for Jews to fulfill their chosen role and lead humanity to the peak of development: becoming “one man with one heart”, covering unfounded hate with love — all across the world.



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.