Divrei Yoel Parashas Devarim

1. "Throughout all the generations of Yisroel, they knew the great severity of the prohibition against attempting to hurry the end. They understood, and they were on guard against any fake geulah. They knew that the true redemption would only come with clear signs, as explained by the Rambam. He teaches that the world will be filled with genuine teshuvah in the times of the true Moshiach. He also teaches that before the true Moshiach, Eliyahu Hanavi will arrive with the good tidings. These are a few of many signs that will tell us that the true and final redemption is here...and surely actions taken to force the geulah to come before the proper time are against the Torah and merely serve to delay the redemption." (Divrei Yoel Parashas Devarim, p. 9)

2. The Satmar Rebbe, ZY"A, in Divrei Yoel (Parashas Devarim, p. 13) discusses the issue of learning Torah in languages other than Loshon Hakodesh and whether this would be permitted in a case where Jews did not know Lohosn Hakodesh. Although there is great Halachic debate regarding this issue, there is one language that it is forbidden to learn in or even to speak: Ivrit. Ivrit was created by the Zionists for the sole purpose of infecting ehrliche Yidden with a warped mindset. They created this language in order to have a "culturally Jewish" language. Modern Hebrew is saturated with impurity and sinfulness, developed to be a form of avodah zarah. Therefore, it is incumbent upon us to understand the severity of speaking even one word in this language and to guard ourselves against stumbling in this area. If we will be vigilant to never let such impure words cross our lips, we will merit to be increasingly distanced from the Zionists and all of their avodah zarah.

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Chazal famously teach that the Beis Hamikdash was destroyed because of the sin of Loshon Hara. We sinned with our mouths, and therefore we lost the Beis Hamikdash and the special connection to Hashem that it brought us. Let us not continue to sin with our mouths, by speaking Modern Hebrew. Let us instead sanctify our mouths, and through this merit, we will help to build the Beis Hamikdash.

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The holy Satmar Rebbe, ZY"A, once visited someone's house. While he was at the house, the ba'al habayis introduced his children to the Rebbe. The Rebbe asked one child which class she was in at school. "Kita Chet," the girl responded, pronouncing the letter "ches" as "chet". Replied the Rebbe, "I suspect that every kita in that school is "kita cheit (sin)." (The Satmar Rebbe by R' Chaim Moshe Stauber, p. 277)

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The Satmar Rebbe, ZY"A, states that to learn Modern Hebrew for one moment is worse than bowing down to a cross 100 times. (Chiddushei Torah Mesibos, Behaaloscha p. 148)

3. "The truth is, that in our generation, this matter is understood well due to our many sins. There are many great tests involved in not falling into the domain of the heretics, who say that now we need a Jewish country before the coming of Moshiach. We are commanded by the Torah to do our utmost to distance our minds and hearts from all of this, for the Torah teaches that one who acknowledges Avodah Zarah is considered as though he denied and rejected and entire Torah (Sifri, Shelach), while one who rejects heresy is considered as though he has accepted the entire Torah." (Meseches Kiddushin 40a) Now this Sitra Achara, which is avodah zarah and heresy -- regarding it, anyone who bows to it is considered as though he has rejected the entire Torah, while anyone who furthers the causes of Hashem, and rejects the heresy, is considered as though he accepted the entire Torah upon himself. (Divrei Yoel Parashas Devarim, p. 38)

4. The Satmar Rebbe, ZY"A, in Divrei Yoel (Parashas Devarim, p. 11) explains that when Moshiach comes, the tzaddikim will be separated from the reshaim. The Rebbe explains that the Eirev Rav live amongst us even today, and when Moshiach comes, we, the ehrliche Yidden, will be separated from them, no longer being influenced by their evil ways. Hashem will also separate the impure money from the pure and holy money.
It is incumbent upon us to do all that we can now to separate ourselves from the wicked and their contaminated money. Association with the wicked will automatically bring us under their influence. Accepting money from the heretics will also bring us under the thumb of these wicked plotters. This can be seen clearly today when so many Charedi Jews have fallen to the Sitra Achara by their involvement in the Israeli government. One can see clearly that these misguided people have been overtaken by the Satan, and we must daven to be spared from such a fate. Although a complete separation from the wicked cannot occur until Moshiach comes, we must nonetheless do all that we can to distance ourselves from the wicked, and in this merit, we will be worthy to be separated from the Eirev Rav by Hashem Himself when Moshiach finally arrives.
What emerges from the above, is that true redemption signifies separation from the wicked. The fact that we have to live amongst the wicked is only because we are in galus. Therefore, it is obvious that those who think that they are bringing Moshiach by socializing with or working with the wicked are simply mistaken, and, to the contrary, are delaying Moshiach, plunging the world farther into darkness. May we merit being distanced from the Eirev Rav completely with the coming of Moshiach, b'meheirah v'yameinu. Amein!