(Imperfect) Translation of article linked at Yeranen Yaakov and originally posted at sod1820:
HaRav Yisrael Shlomo Zayit in a hard message: You're "missing the boat"!
A decree has been decreed: The revelation of Mashiach will take place against your will!
HaRav Yisrael Shlomo Zayit announced at the lead-up to the Sukkot holiday that he can't say "Chag Sameach" because after Sukkot will begin a drip-drop of attacks that will continue until the revelation of Mashiach: a thing that is surely occurring in these days, really!
Message to Bnei Yisrael: Erev Shabbat Kodesh B'reishit
(A very, very important section (!!) of the message is highlighted in yellow)
Why are we obligated to call out and beg for Mashiach?
What is the innovation of Mashiach, indeed the Torah was already given at Har Sinai and there are rabbis and arbiters of halachah and outreach workers, so why do we need Mashiach?
Does Mashiach already exist? When will he be revealed? Is there a possibility to know when he will be revealed?
How does one repent???
About the rabbis in this generation who don't have a real desire for the kingdom of God through Mashiach:
Know Bnei Yisrael that you are beloved children, children of Avraham, beloved but with a stiff neck. Mashiach is coming to repair you, and to repair a world in the kingdom of God, but you don't understand this and your leaders don't warn you and don't awaken you and also those occupied with the Torah are not knowledgeable because all their Torah is lip service and not being done as a vehicle for the Holy Shechinah.
You're "missing the boat". Mashiach has suffered terrible torments for a very long period of time and a decree was decreed on the last 17th of Tamuz that occurred on Shabbat about the revelation of Mashiach and it will happen against your will, when much blood will be spilled in the street, when Jews will be butchered like bulls and oxen in the slaughterhouse, and your daughters will be raped, and all your money will be despised, and you will be insane from the sight of your eyes that you will see, and the few that remain will call out from the walls of his heart for the revelation of salvation and Mashiach.
I will clarify for you a few awesome secrets,
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth and the Godly spirit hovered over the face of the water.
"Godly spirit hovered" - that's the spirit of Mashiach, as it's written: "And the spirit of God rested upon him". In which merit does he feel it and come? In the merit of repentance that is likened to water, as it is said: "Pour out your heart like water..." (Breishit Rabbah, parshah bet, dalet)
An awesome secret is being revealed to you because in Mashiach it will be revealed first:
The spirit of God - "And the spirit of God rested upon him..."
And after this will be revealed in him "...a spirit of wisdom and understanding..."
And after this "...a spirit of counsel and heroism..."
Leading up to the end "...a spirit of knowledge and fear of Hashem."
But, before all these spirits, the root of the Mashiach is from "the spirit of God that hovered over the face of the water." That's the power of Mashiach and that's his secret,
What is the spirit of God that hovered over the face of the water?
It's the power of God before the creation, a power that contains within it enormous contradictions, so to speak, [רזא דתנין הגדול] that Moshe Rabbeinu was afraid to get involved with, enormous energy without inhibitions, a power breaking out every framework and all existing order, a power within which concepts of good and evil do not exist, that's the power of the Ayn Sof blessed be He (before dressing Himself in sephirot). And in Mashiach and in Mashiach souls, this power is hidden, and the very deep things, and I will expand more.
There is a certain identity between holiness and emptiness, there's a place in which they are one. Not a place that transfers to good and to evil, HKB"H looks at us in an equalizing glance, it's a place within which the depth of evil is the depth of holiness. 'Darkness is like the light before him', there's something identical in darkness and in light.
If so, what was the sin of Paro and his wickedness?
Says the Prophet Yechezkel, "Speak and you shall say; So says the Lord God: Behold I am upon you, O Pharaoh, king of Egypt, the great crocodile that lies down in the midst of its rivers, who said, "My river is my own, and I made myself." (Yechezkel 29.3) This is the sin of pride when a righteous person thinks that his righteous acts are from [him], indeed he is like an evildoer who thinks that "...my river is my own, and I made myself."
"אגח לגביה אלא קודשא בריך הוא בלחודוי, דקטיל ליה מגו ימא, כמה דאוקימנא, בגין גסות רוחא דביה, כמה דאת אמר (יחזקאל כט ג) אשר אמר לי יארי וגו':
Translation: "...won't go out to lead up to