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‘Noahide’ Proselytizing Rabbi Riskin: "The Lubavitcher Rebbe said to me …"

March 7, 2012

UPDATED, MARCH 7

This is a followup to the previous entry on the ‘Noahide law’ proselytizing Rabbi Shlomo Riskin who the bishops see fit to send priests to learn from so that they will relay his teaching to us.

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)

In January 2011, Pope Benedict told the Palestinian Land Grabber and ‘Noahide Law’ proselytizing con man, Rabbi Riskin, “we need to work together.” Evidently, these were not empty words.

Also see:

Schneerson, Brit-ish Empire, NILI notes

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

Massive California Freeway Project Works Around Backwards Eruv Tradition of Judaism

Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi to Congress: “Congress Convenes to Fulfill Noahide Commandment”

Chabad Rabbi Preaches Talmudic ‘Noahide Laws’ to Congress Again

Chabad Brings “Education Day” to New York State Legislature

Benedict’s Elder Brothers and their Tradition of Deceit

Catholic.org Publishes Hagiography for Rabbi of Racial-Supremacist Genocidal Anti-Christ Messianic Judaism

How Does This Fit the Left-Right Dichotomy?

Change Agent Robert Zimmerman (stage name: Bob Dylan), Friend of Chabad

Shalom in the Home

‘Noahide Law’ Proselytizing Rabbi Riskin Trains South American Priests in Counterfeit Israel

March 5, 2012
We have been warning of the zealous ‘Noahide Law’ proselytizing Rabbi Shlomo Riskin for years to no evident effect. Now he is bringing Catholic priests from around the world to his “Interfaith center” in counterfeit Israel to train them in “dual-covenant theology” (a euphemism for Rabbinic Judaism’s lopsided dual-covenant ‘Jew’/’Noahide’ system) which, in turn, is expected to be taught by these priests at the parish level. This is happening with the approval of the bishops and the Pope himself whose ‘Papal Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews’ officially recognized the rabbi-concocted ‘Noahide Laws’ in 2007 HERE and HERE.

We know of no other voice within Catholicism speaking critically of this indisputably documented catastrophe of Christians being unequally yoked to the rabbis via their ‘dialogue,’ ‘interfaith relations,’ ‘Holocaust education’ et al; deceptive platforms for proselytism away from the Gospel and towards ‘Noahidism.’ So long as this remains the state of affairs and fanatical Messianic Zionist rabbis of anti-Christ Judaism are training priests, expect things to continue to become much, much worse. Don’t deceive yourself into believing ‘the gates of hell won’t prevail’ over such cowardice.

Jewish-Catholic Educational Mission In Israel Completed

March 1, 2012 – Eurasia Review

A dream was actualized this week as a delegation of young Catholic Priests from Latin American, along with their local Jewish clergy counterparts, completed a Jewish-Christian educational mission in Israel.

While in Israel the delegation discovered commonalities between their faiths, studied their joint histories, and established important groundwork including practical models to advance Jewish-Catholic relations back in their respective communities.

Participants joined from Brazil, Argentina and Colombia thanks to three partnering organizations who worked in tandem to make this opportunity a reality – the World Jewish Diplomatic Corps (WJDC), the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) and the Latin American Jewish Congress (LAJC). Priests were selected in cooperation with the Archbishops of São Paulo, Buenos Aires, and Bogota.

“Since the Second Vatican Council, many Catholic and Jewish theologians have paved the way for our moment together in Israel,” said CJCUC’s Founder and Chancellor Rabbi Shlomo Riskin. He added “Unfortunately, both the Jewish and Christian communities are still unaware of these advancements. The purpose of this mission was to equip and empower these young priests to bring knowledge and understanding to their communities.”

Rabbis and Jewish educators also participated to aid and facilitate future, follow-up programming at the local levels. “There is no question an experience in Israel can transform a person; however, once that individual goes home, it is easy to return back to the responsibilities of everyday life,” said Claudio Epelman, Executive Director of the LAJC. “It is important we provide a network of local support and resources to help these leaders build upon what they learned in the Holy Land.”

Half of the 1.2 billion Catholics around the world live in the Americas. “Pockets of cooperation exist between the Jewish and Catholic communities in Latin America, but a deeper acquaintance and cooperation is needed in this important continent,” remarked Adam Koffler, Chairman of the WJDC. Koffler added, “We are living in a new era in Jewish-Catholic relations where both faith communities can play a significant role in solving global issues together.”

In addition to high-profile meetings with Bishop William Shomali, Auxiliary Bishop and Patriarchal vicar for Jerusalem at the Latin Patriarchate, and Israeli Ambassador (ret.) Oded Eran the delegation visited both Jewish and Christian holy sites throughout the country and had opportunities to learn from experienced theologians working to advance Jewish-Catholic relations for decades.

Commenting on the importance to visit Israel and learn about the advancements of Jewish-Catholic relations, Father Pedro Pereira of Brazil said, “here [in Brazil] we see the Jewish nation as a living covenantal faith community and not a relic in the past.” He added, “It also gave us insight in understanding Jewish identity and how that it is intertwined in a collective responsibility for all communities around the world.”

http://www.eurasiareview.com/01032012-jewish-catholic-educational-mission-in-israel-completed/

Also see:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

USCCB States Principles for “Dialogue” Fraud

Rabbi Riskin to Launch ‘Noahide’ Center

Pope: “We Need to Work Together” with Scheming, ‘Noahide Law’ Coercing, Land-Grabber Rabbi Shlomo Riskin

“Dual Covenant Theology” is ‘Noahide’ Theology

Pope Arrives in U.S. on “Education Day” 2008

Another Vatican II Peritus Confirmed to be Estranged from the Gospel

Martini Lays Out the Plan

Cardinal Martini Restates His Bad Advice: “We Must Learn to Love [Counterfeit] Israel More”


One World Religion Under the ‘Noahide’ Rainbow

Jerusalem Bishop "Dialogues" with "Religion of Peace" Swindler Riskin

November 12, 2008

Orthodox Chief Rabbi Meets with Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – Chief Rabbi of Efrat, Shlomo Riskin, met with Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal for the first time since the Archbishop took the position in June of this year. Rabbi Riskin congratulated the Latin Patriarch on his new appointment and expressed the Jewish community’s willingness to work with Catholic Church to foster better relations between the faiths to “promote a religion of peace.”

Archbishop Twal expressed his delight that Rabbi Riskin opened the first Orthodox Jewish center to theologically dialogue with Christians and is looking forward in exploring ways that both Judaism and Christianity can work together.

full article:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2008/01/who-says-judaism-isnt-proselytizing.html

What is this “religion of peace” that Rabbi Riskin is promoting? Don’t expect this beguiling rabbi of lying Orthodox Judaism to say so forthrightly to the “goyim.” To answer this question we must turn to Riskin’s message to his fellow “Jews” which is not intended for “goys” to read. See:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

and

Riskin to Launch Noahide Center

Jerusalem Bishop "Dialogues" with "Religion of Peace" Swindler Riskin

November 12, 2008

Orthodox Chief Rabbi Meets with Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – Chief Rabbi of Efrat, Shlomo Riskin, met with Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal for the first time since the Archbishop took the position in June of this year. Rabbi Riskin congratulated the Latin Patriarch on his new appointment and expressed the Jewish community’s willingness to work with Catholic Church to foster better relations between the faiths to “promote a religion of peace.”

Archbishop Twal expressed his delight that Rabbi Riskin opened the first Orthodox Jewish center to theologically dialogue with Christians and is looking forward in exploring ways that both Judaism and Christianity can work together.

full article:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2008/01/who-says-judaism-isnt-proselytizing.html

What is this “religion of peace” that Rabbi Riskin is promoting? Don’t expect this beguiling rabbi of lying Orthodox Judaism to say so forthrightly to the “goyim.” To answer this question we must turn to Riskin’s message to his fellow “Jews” which is not intended for “goys” to read. See:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

and

Riskin to Launch Noahide Center

Riskin to Launch Noahide Center

May 30, 2008

Riskin to launch interfaith center

Jewish Telegraph Agency

05/29/2008

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin is launching an Orthodox center for dialogue with Christians.

Organizers of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation say it is the first Orthodox Jewish institution of its kind dedicated to theological dialogue with Christians.

The center, which is slated to open in June in Efrat, Israel, will host seminars for Jewish and Christian scholars and promote research aimed at making religion an instrument of peace in the world.

“A sea change has occurred since the Shoah,” Riskin, the chief rabbi of Efrat, told the Christian Post. “Most churches now teach that God remains faithful to His covenant with the Jewish people, and that the biblical promise is continually being reaffirmed by the Jewish return to its homeland in Zion.”

http://www.jta.org/cgi-bin/iowa/breaking/108822.html

In January 2008, in a Jerusalem Post editorial, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin reminded his fellow so-called “Jews” that they’re obligated to proselytize the “Goyim” to follow the anti-Biblical Talmudic “Noahide Laws:”

… Maimonides rules that only the Jews must keep the 613 commandments for ultimate “salvation”; it is enough for the gentile world to accept the Seven Noahide Laws of morality (Laws of Kings [Hilchot Melachim] 8,10).

But we certainly must proselytize every human being to keep those seven laws … (Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, “Parashat Yitro: Every Knee Shall Bend,” Jerusalem Post, Jan 24, 2008)

See:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

Riskin to Launch Noahide Center

May 30, 2008

Riskin to launch interfaith center

Jewish Telegraph Agency

05/29/2008

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin is launching an Orthodox center for dialogue with Christians.

Organizers of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation say it is the first Orthodox Jewish institution of its kind dedicated to theological dialogue with Christians.

The center, which is slated to open in June in Efrat, Israel, will host seminars for Jewish and Christian scholars and promote research aimed at making religion an instrument of peace in the world.

“A sea change has occurred since the Shoah,” Riskin, the chief rabbi of Efrat, told the Christian Post. “Most churches now teach that God remains faithful to His covenant with the Jewish people, and that the biblical promise is continually being reaffirmed by the Jewish return to its homeland in Zion.”

http://www.jta.org/cgi-bin/iowa/breaking/108822.html

In January 2008, in a Jerusalem Post editorial, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin reminded his fellow so-called “Jews” that they’re obligated to proselytize the “Goyim” to follow the anti-Biblical Talmudic “Noahide Laws:”

… Maimonides rules that only the Jews must keep the 613 commandments for ultimate “salvation”; it is enough for the gentile world to accept the Seven Noahide Laws of morality (Laws of Kings [Hilchot Melachim] 8,10).

But we certainly must proselytize every human being to keep those seven laws … (Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, “Parashat Yitro: Every Knee Shall Bend,” Jerusalem Post, Jan 24, 2008)

See:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?