The time will be called Yom HaDin (the Day of Judgment). You will be called before the Judge of Judges. You will hear His thundering voice. There will be two angels accompanying you. A black angel will be your categor (prosecutor). A white angel will be your sanegor (defender).
The black angel's role will be to list all of the evil sins you have committed, which will include crimes of commission and omission. In other words, all of the times when you should have done something to fulfill G-d's will in this world and did not do so will also be weighed against you as crimes of omission. Indeed, the vast majority of your offenses will be crimes of omission rather than commission.
The white angel will be there to argue and enumerate all of the mitzvot (commandments) that you have fulfilled. Every good deed, every attempt to do good for yourself, your family, your community, your country and the world will be weighed in your favor.
If the greater weight is evil, you will have no place in HaOlam HaBah (the World to Come). Depending upon the gravity of your wicked deeds, you will either spend a period of time in Gehenom (Hell), after which your soul will be destroyed forever, or if you were less wicked, your soul will be destroyed immediately without the punishment in Hell.
The amount of time that you spend in Hell, if you are so judged, will again be weighed with absolute precision in accordance with the severity of your wicked deeds. Here again, these wicked deeds will mostly be crimes of omission, such as allowing innocent people to be murdered, or allowing G-d's Jewish land to be surrendered, or allowing without protest and reaction the poisoning of souls through destructive, propagandistic brainwashing.
If on the other hand, G-d willing, your righteous deeds outweigh the evil ones, then you will secure an eternal place for yourself in the next world. Again, the greatness or smallness of your position in the next world will be determined solely by the quantity and quality of your righteous deeds in this world. Therefore, your function in this world is to decide which road to take.
In the next article, we will give a perfect illustration of the type of self-hating Jewish behavior that will guarantee the most hellish of punishments in the next world.
The Talmud (the ancient Rabbinical commentary on the Bible as well as the compilation of Jewish Oral Law) explains it this way:
Each person has before him or her two possible roads in life to pursue. The first road is very smooth, easy and pleasurable in the beginning. But at the end it is eternally difficult, painful and progressively more torturous. This is the road of evil.
The second possible road is extremely difficult, painful and torturous for a long period in the beginning but smooth, uplifting and gloriously magnificent forever in the end. This is the road of righteousness.
We will give you an illustration of each road in modern times as it relates to the Jewish reaction to the worst nightmare in our people's history, the Holocaust.
There is a Jew named Tuvia Tenenbom who produces plays in something called the Jewish Theater of New York. His plays have included a story glorifying Arab Muslim Nazis in which an Arab girl and a Jewish boy are accidentally switched at birth; a second play disparages religious Jews, who are depicted as beggars and thieves; and a third play, which is both anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic, depicts a child-molesting rabbi living in Israel.
But the fourth play tops them all. Entitled Love Letters to Adolf Hitler, this play sympathetically portrays German women and girls who were infatuated with the late Nazi dictator. The play sets out to get Jews to "understand" and "empathize with" German adoration of the Nazi demon who murdered over 6 million Jewish men, women and children.
The play is unabashedly pro-Nazi and pro-Hitler and yet it appeared for repeated performances in a UJA-funded monstrosity called the Jewish Theater!
Tenenbom responded to critics of this atrocious production by saying that it was important for Jews "to see the other side" on the Holocaust.
Tenenbom, the UJA and the Jewish Theater all represent the road of evil in life. They represent the callous, detestable, self-hating criminals who have made this world the nightmarish abode that it is. Those who watch their abominations in silence will join them on the Day of Judgment in their eternal punishment.
Today, those Jews who support the Jewish Task Force (JTF) are taking the road of righteousness. But only if that support is tangible through deeds, not mere words or intentions. To have good intentions but not actually do anything is taking the road of wickedness. So-called "good intentions" are worthless if not accompanied by real deeds. Actions speak louder than words. And actions are the only currency that will be accepted on the Day of Judgment.