Archive for the ‘“Judeo-Christian” Fraud’ Category

Deepening the Judeo-Supremacist/’Noahide’ Servant Relationship

December 28, 2011
U.K. Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks:


“[The Chabad Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Schneerson] told me exactly what he wanted me to do … he gave me a whole set of instructions which have directed my life from that day to this. Almost everything I’ve done, I’ve done because he asked me to.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Radio/News.aspx/3232#.Tvtkvb9QT-Y


Using his platform at the BBC, [Rabbi Sacks] took up the [Lubavitcher] Rebbe’s campaign and began reaching out to non-Jews, teaching the Seven Noahide Laws.


http://lubavitch.com/news/article/2033559/Walking-the-Walk-of-the-Chabad-Emissary.html

Also see Rabbi Sacks eulogize Chabad’s dead Messiah, Menachem Schneerson (who came and went in his own name), at the International Conference of Chabad Shluchim (agents; apostles) on November 27, 2011 (Rabbi Sacks was the keynote speaker at this event):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MunlCt9_Nl0#!

The article below prefaces an audio interview with Rabbi Sacks in which virtually every word he speaks to his non-Judaic listeners is a lie. That is all the analysis this fraud from this smooth-tongued Lubavitch evangelist deserves. This comes in conjunction with Sacks’ well-timed economic deceptions.

The Pope and the Rabbi: deepening the relationship

2011-12-12 Vatican Radio

Lord Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregation of the Commonwealth, met with Pope Benedict on Monday to discuss interfaith relations and their common concern for the decline of spiritual values within European culture.
Rabbi Sacks, who has been spiritual leader of the mainstream Orthodox Jewish communities in the UK, Australia and Hong Kong since 1991, said faith, in the modern world, has no political power but it does have a great deal of influence – especially among those who question the kind of value system they want for their children. Asked about a rise in anti-Semitism in Europe, the Rabbi stressed that Jews cannot fight anti-semitism alone, “the victim cannot cure the crime, the hated cannot cure the hate.” He said he will fight for the right of Christians anywhere in the world to live their faith without fear, “but I need them to fight for the right of my people to live their faith without fear.”

Asked if the current political stalemate in between Israelis and Palestinians could be behind this resurgent anti-Semitism, Sachs said “we must not allow ourselves to import a message of conflict from the Middle East to Europe.

http://www.news.va/en/news/the-pope-and-the-rabbi-deepening-the-relationship

Rabbi Sacks played a supporting role in a November 22, 2011 BBC piece intended to create nostalgia for Victorian-era Rothschild economic predation as an alternative to the predation of our times:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b017nf4k

Also see:

“For a Jew like Rothschild, as the Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks explained to me, what for a Christian is charity, was rather stricter. Philanthropy is duty. You have to do it. It’s ten per cent [of your earnings] and we’re not saying it would be a nice idea; we’re saying you do that – and if you don’t, we ostracise you.”

So they weren’t driven by profit? “I think they probably were, but what they did was to create a public position for banking in which it was deemed that you are meant to be responsible, philanthropic and honest rather than, it’s the Wild West boys, Big Bang time, fill your boots. That wouldn’t have been acceptable. Nat Rothschild refused to bank with the Russians because of their attitude to the Jews. There was ethical banking going on.

“But philanthropy is good for you. If you’re from the very wealthiest, to be seen giving away large portions of your wealth is good politics.”

http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2011-11-22/ian-hislop-philanthropy-is-to-be-encouraged

Judeo-Christian Tradition?

June 5, 2007

The Vatican sez, “Christians can learn much from Jewish [scriptural] exegesis practiced for more than two thousand years”

… in a letter to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert … former Sephardi chief rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu … ruled that there was absolutely no moral prohibition against the indiscriminate killing of civilians during a potential massive military offensive on Gaza …

According to Jewish war ethics, wrote Eliyahu, an entire city holds collective responsibility for the immoral behavior of individuals.

The letter, published in Olam Katan [Small World], a weekly pamphlet to be distributed in synagogues nationwide this Friday, cited the biblical story of the Shechem massacre (Genesis 34) and Maimonides’ commentary (Laws of Kings 9, 14) on the story as proof texts for his legal decision. (Matthew Wagner, Jerusalem Post, May 30, 2007)

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1180527966693&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

2 days later:

Palestinians observe the bodies of boys Ahmed Abu Zbeida and Zaher al-Majdalawi, killed while playing with kites in the Gaza Strip, 1 June 2007. (Wissam Nassar/MaanImages)

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Israeli troops shot and killed two 13-year-old Palestinians near the Gaza-Israel border fence Friday, saying they were crawling toward the barrier in a “suspicious manner.” The boys had told their families they were going to the beach. (Guardian, June 1, 2007)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,,-6677257,00.html

According to investigations conducted by PCHR:

At approximately 12:00 on Friday, 1 June 2007, an IOF infantry unit positioned on a wooden land in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia, nearly 100 meters away from the beach, opened fire at four Palestinian children, who were playing with kites near the beach. Three children were wounded, whereas the fourth one was able to escape. Two of the children were left in the area bleeding to death. According to the third child who was wounded, 16-year-old Mohammed Ibrahim al-‘Atawna, from Jabalya refugee camp, a kite fell near the area where IOF soldiers were hiding, and when they went to bring it, IOF soldiers opened fire at them. Soon after, the soldiers moved towards the children. They asked al-‘Atwana, who was wounded by a gunshot to the back, about the condition of the other two children who were wounded by several gunshots throughout their bodies. He told them that the children were in a critical condition. They left the two children bleeding to death in the area and evacuated al-‘Atawna to an Israeli hospital, where he had received medical treatment before he was transferred to a hospital in Beit Lahia. The two children who were killed were identified as:

1) Zaher Jaber Mohammed al-Majdalawi, 14; and
2) Ahmed Sabri Aba Zbaida, 14, both from Jabalya refugee camp.
(Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, June 3, 2007)

http://www.pchrgaza.ps/files/PressR/English/2007/34-2007.htm

http://uruknet.info/?p=m33385&s1=h1

Judeo-Christian Tradition?

June 5, 2007

The Vatican sez, “Christians can learn much from Jewish [scriptural] exegesis practiced for more than two thousand years”

… in a letter to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert … former Sephardi chief rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu … ruled that there was absolutely no moral prohibition against the indiscriminate killing of civilians during a potential massive military offensive on Gaza …

According to Jewish war ethics, wrote Eliyahu, an entire city holds collective responsibility for the immoral behavior of individuals.

The letter, published in Olam Katan [Small World], a weekly pamphlet to be distributed in synagogues nationwide this Friday, cited the biblical story of the Shechem massacre (Genesis 34) and Maimonides’ commentary (Laws of Kings 9, 14) on the story as proof texts for his legal decision. (Matthew Wagner, Jerusalem Post, May 30, 2007)

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1180527966693&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

2 days later:

Palestinians observe the bodies of boys Ahmed Abu Zbeida and Zaher al-Majdalawi, killed while playing with kites in the Gaza Strip, 1 June 2007. (Wissam Nassar/MaanImages)

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Israeli troops shot and killed two 13-year-old Palestinians near the Gaza-Israel border fence Friday, saying they were crawling toward the barrier in a “suspicious manner.” The boys had told their families they were going to the beach. (Guardian, June 1, 2007)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,,-6677257,00.html

According to investigations conducted by PCHR:

At approximately 12:00 on Friday, 1 June 2007, an IOF infantry unit positioned on a wooden land in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia, nearly 100 meters away from the beach, opened fire at four Palestinian children, who were playing with kites near the beach. Three children were wounded, whereas the fourth one was able to escape. Two of the children were left in the area bleeding to death. According to the third child who was wounded, 16-year-old Mohammed Ibrahim al-‘Atawna, from Jabalya refugee camp, a kite fell near the area where IOF soldiers were hiding, and when they went to bring it, IOF soldiers opened fire at them. Soon after, the soldiers moved towards the children. They asked al-‘Atwana, who was wounded by a gunshot to the back, about the condition of the other two children who were wounded by several gunshots throughout their bodies. He told them that the children were in a critical condition. They left the two children bleeding to death in the area and evacuated al-‘Atawna to an Israeli hospital, where he had received medical treatment before he was transferred to a hospital in Beit Lahia. The two children who were killed were identified as:

1) Zaher Jaber Mohammed al-Majdalawi, 14; and
2) Ahmed Sabri Aba Zbaida, 14, both from Jabalya refugee camp.
(Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, June 3, 2007)

http://www.pchrgaza.ps/files/PressR/English/2007/34-2007.htm

http://uruknet.info/?p=m33385&s1=h1

Judeo-Christian Tradition?

June 5, 2007

The Vatican sez, “Christians can learn much from Jewish [scriptural] exegesis practiced for more than two thousand years”

… in a letter to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert … former Sephardi chief rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu … ruled that there was absolutely no moral prohibition against the indiscriminate killing of civilians during a potential massive military offensive on Gaza …

According to Jewish war ethics, wrote Eliyahu, an entire city holds collective responsibility for the immoral behavior of individuals.

The letter, published in Olam Katan [Small World], a weekly pamphlet to be distributed in synagogues nationwide this Friday, cited the biblical story of the Shechem massacre (Genesis 34) and Maimonides’ commentary (Laws of Kings 9, 14) on the story as proof texts for his legal decision. (Matthew Wagner, Jerusalem Post, May 30, 2007)

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1180527966693&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

2 days later:

Palestinians observe the bodies of boys Ahmed Abu Zbeida and Zaher al-Majdalawi, killed while playing with kites in the Gaza Strip, 1 June 2007. (Wissam Nassar/MaanImages)

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – Israeli troops shot and killed two 13-year-old Palestinians near the Gaza-Israel border fence Friday, saying they were crawling toward the barrier in a “suspicious manner.” The boys had told their families they were going to the beach. (Guardian, June 1, 2007)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,,-6677257,00.html

According to investigations conducted by PCHR:

At approximately 12:00 on Friday, 1 June 2007, an IOF infantry unit positioned on a wooden land in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia, nearly 100 meters away from the beach, opened fire at four Palestinian children, who were playing with kites near the beach. Three children were wounded, whereas the fourth one was able to escape. Two of the children were left in the area bleeding to death. According to the third child who was wounded, 16-year-old Mohammed Ibrahim al-‘Atawna, from Jabalya refugee camp, a kite fell near the area where IOF soldiers were hiding, and when they went to bring it, IOF soldiers opened fire at them. Soon after, the soldiers moved towards the children. They asked al-‘Atwana, who was wounded by a gunshot to the back, about the condition of the other two children who were wounded by several gunshots throughout their bodies. He told them that the children were in a critical condition. They left the two children bleeding to death in the area and evacuated al-‘Atawna to an Israeli hospital, where he had received medical treatment before he was transferred to a hospital in Beit Lahia. The two children who were killed were identified as:

1) Zaher Jaber Mohammed al-Majdalawi, 14; and
2) Ahmed Sabri Aba Zbaida, 14, both from Jabalya refugee camp.
(Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, June 3, 2007)

http://www.pchrgaza.ps/files/PressR/English/2007/34-2007.htm

http://uruknet.info/?p=m33385&s1=h1