UPDATED, MARCH 7
Like so many prominent Judaic figures (HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE) Rabbi Shlomo Riskin is guided by direction he received from ‘The Rebbe’ of the Chabad Lubavitch cult, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, a hater of Jesus Christ who judged Christian faith to be a mental illness. In the video below, Riskin candidly states the guiding principle taught to him by ‘Rebbe’ Schneerson:
“The Rebbe said to me, ‘I want you to know that in every battle there are certain people who have to dress up like the enemy, and they have to go into the enemy’s territory, and their own co-religionists will think that they are turncoats; that they’ve become rebels, but without those people the battle can’t be won, and you [Rabbi Shlomo Riskin] will win the war … you must produce shluchim [agents] for the entire world who are modern on the outside and Chabad on the inside.'”
And that goes to show why many of us view Orthodox Judaism not as a religion but as cult, mob and intelligence agency all covered with a religious veneer.
The video below from which the above quotation is taken is well worth the time for those who have it and would like to have clear understanding of Rabbi Riskin, a self-described closet Chabdnik who puts on a suit and tie so as not to draw suspicion he so well deserves from “enemy” ‘Goyim’ as he cajoles and deceives them into Noahidism, with the Bishops’ encouragement.
In the video you’ll also learn the background on Rabbi Riskin’s illegal landgrab in the West Bank of Palestine, (even more on that topic HERE.) The video also contains candid elucidation of the tribal megalomania inherent to rabbinic Judaism and the extreme degree to which biblical concepts are wrenched from their true end–man loving and serving his Creator–and twisted towards the depraved end of God and the universe existing only to love and serve ‘The Jews.’ You’ll also hear Riskin preach the end-justifies-the-means doctrine of redemption through defilement (‘descend in order to rise’) which evidently justifies Schneerson’s direction to his agents to pretend to be part of society in order to subvert it as Samuel Heilman and Menachem Friedman observed in their Schneerson biography, Rabbi Schneerson’s agents, “would act as agents provocateurs, people who seemed open to modernity and America, but only in order to change it” (Samuel Heilman, Menachem Friedman, The Rebbe: The Life and Afterlife of Menachem Mendel Schneerson, p.154)