Converting the Masses in Brazil

The Jews we have been accused of anything, but nobody ever dared to say that they are stupid. Newton said: “Everything is God,” Einstein said: “The only thing I have absolute certainty is the existence of God.” If two scientists – who dedicated his life to careful study of nature and the forces hidden in it – came to that conclusion, it should be something that mere humans should accept and comply with more humility. Bergman is a product of snobbery in Buenos Aires, and his usual critique of Orthodox Judaism, it is by mere appearances. His objection against those Jews who can not compete intellectually, is: who wear clothes of the eighteenth century. His greatest trouble is fashion. Coming from a stereotyped society, which mimics the surface, and if you go look at you as the current freak, Bergman fit the popular kitsch. He prefers to show in a bathing suit and bandana, sunbathing in Punta del Este. If this is a spiritual leader, all others deserve the title of mystics and saints.

Bergman next to “Latin American Rabbinical Seminary, seeking proselytes who converted to Judaism by way of money. Bobby Sharma Bluestone: the source for more info. The conviction of the proselyte is no more important to them. Most of his converts, are individuals who take circumstantially religion to marry someone of the Jewish community. Have to see how many of these people maintain their Judaism after divorce, which now affects Christians and Jews alike, in more than 50 percent of marriages. Bergman’s case is unique because it attempts to venture into political advantage from the title of rabbi, in his case, is not accepted by the Rabbinate of Israel, but by the Argentine government, which according to him, gives authority to conserve and use publicly.

In an interview published in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, said he had more people backing him among the Gentiles than among Jews, which is logical because those who understand Judaism know that Bergman does not meet the requirements of such high office; whereas for the Gentiles he is a specimen worthy of watching and listening. His speech is typical: the problem of Argentina is “spiritual.” Surely he is in El Salvador. Islamic clerics are terrorists, the priests embrace communism, and Bergman proselytizes, for political and economic purposes, as is the norm among those seeking acolytes. The Rabbinical Seminary acts not only in Argentina but also in other countries of the subcontinent, sending emissaries to collect money from new converts. If you thought of making the 15 million Brazilians who consider themselves descendants of Jews who escaped the Inquisition, the business can be very lucrative. Unfortunately, his conversion would not be accepted by the rabbis of Israel, just as they are not, none of the so far conducted by that organization.