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A Warning Regarding ‘Post-Zionism’

October 6, 2012
The following is excised from an article that appeared in Haaretz titled, Following the dream of a Third Temple in Jerusalem. It reveals many aspects of the dispensational nature of Judaism and Zionism. Increasing talk of ‘post-Zionism’ is no cause for celebration or rest. This is the fake Haskalah (Judaic so-called ‘enlightenment’) reaching the destination intended by Moses Hess (see: Judaism Discovered), the Bernays family, Rabbi Benjamin Szold, B’nai B’rith and others. No one should be deceived into believing that a new temple in Jerusalem would end Judaic hostility.

‘Zionism has brought us to here and now it’s time to move on, to continue from here. And this is the time of our redemption.’

‘… the expression of an almost inevitable development of the Zionist project’

Post-Zionism and the Temple

Dr. Ron Naiweld, who studies the literature of Hazal ‏(the ancient Jewish sages‏) at CNRS ‏(the National Center for Scientific Research‏) in France, and is doing research on the “rabbinization” of the Jewish world, sees the growth of the Temple movements as part of a post-Zionist trend. “The Zionist project has, in a way, run its course, and in its place movements are arising that are asking questions about the substance, content and legitimacy of that project,” he said. “It is yet another post-Zionist movement, really − like the ‘state of all its citizens’ idea. It’s a movement that said: ‘Zionism has brought us to here and now it’s time to move on, to continue from here. And this is the time of our redemption.’

“The religious redemption discourse possesses a logic of its own,” he continued. “The issue of the Temple remains a last protuberance, a dangling tooth that enables the religious Zionists to say, in the face of the religious injunction not to hasten the end, ‘Look, we are not hastening the end; when it comes to the Temple, we are waiting.’ It remains a last, disconnected remnant from all the rest of the activity of the religious Zionist movement. The messianic fervor, which assumed strong activist traits in the settlement project, shunted everything else aside. You cling to every bit of desolate land of a downtrodden Palestinian village, but you forgo the Temple Mount? There really is no logic to it. Until 1967, there was a compromise between two types of discourse, but after 1967, religious Zionism became more militant, with messianic fervor gaining the upper hand over pragmatism.”

From the time of the Second Temple, Naiweld explained, there have been two approaches in the Jewish world to the essence of halakhic law. “Daniel Schwartz addressed this subject 20 years ago in a groundbreaking article. There is the approach of the priests, which presents a realistic conception of halakha, holding that the law is determined by the nature of things. In other words, something will be pure or impure because it is pure or impure by the nature of its creation; because God created it pure or impure. In the face of this, there is the Pharisaic-rabbinical conception of the law, which is a nominalist concept. It holds that the halakha was determined by the human agent, which in the case of the Talmud consists of a group of rabbis who decide whether something is pure or impure, and this categorization does not derive from the inherent nature of the things.

“The struggle between these two approaches existed throughout Jewish history,” he added. “In the Second Temple period, it is seen in the struggle between the Pharisees and the Sadducees. You can see it in the form of people like [the late] Yeshayahu Leibowitz, who sanctify the law, the halakha, which is the determining element: intellectual religiosity, as compared with messianic movements − for whom halakha is divine law, because it expresses the true nature of objects and of human beings. That is why viewpoints like this will assume a very essentialist direction in terms of racism as well, because of the difference between Jews and Gentiles: A Jew is by the nature of his creation a purer being. Similarly with the holiness of the land: The soil of Israel is essentially holier, the stones are holier because the land was destined by God to serve as the place of the Children of Israel.”

Can it be said that these movements are the avant-garde of contemporary Judaism?

“It is an avant-garde that is the expression of an almost inevitable development of the Zionist project. And secular Zionism has nothing of interest to offer that can withstand these arguments. After all, the redemption is already under way; the Jews have already returned to the Land of Israel and the settlement enterprise is highly active. It doesn’t make sense for that activism to stop just before the Temple. That is the next logical target. There is no reason to stop at the Holy of Holies. If everything is so holy, then what is holiest is even more holy.”

Full article:

http://www.haaretz.com/weekend/magazine/following-the-dream-of-a-third-temple-in-jerusalem.premium-1.468221

Rabbi Riskin: "Without the ‘Noahide Laws’ humanity would dissolve in a blast of nuclear explosions"

June 30, 2012
Brooklyn Khazar and disciple of the dead “King Messiah” Menachem Mendel Schneerson, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin being measured for priestly garments intended for use in Temple ritual animal sacrifice, June 30, 2008. The Temple Institute

Pope Benedict XVI has said, “Christians can learn a great deal from a Jewish exegesis practised for more than 2000 years … for the interior formation of Christian consciousness,” a notion which I reject entirely as a very bad deal. Nevertheless, we occasionally briefly entertain this reasoning as it behooves those paddling on the Pope’s “little wave of tradition” to consider the trajectory of the great tsunami of Judeophilia he rides upon.

Rabbi Riskin has offered his exegesis of Numbers 19:9 which was published in The Jewish Week, June 26, 2012  of which I offer a highlight:

Without the moral teachings of Israel, without the seven Noahide Laws and the Ten Commandments, the free world would cease to exist, and humanity would dissolve in a blast of nuclear explosions.

Aside from pointing out that it is master-race Talmudists such as himself that Rabbi Riskin refers to as “Israel;” that the rabbi-concocted “Noahide Laws” are of the Talmud which nullifies the Ten Commandments; that SSPX Superior Bernard Fellay’s lawyer would take great offense at the observation that it is, in fact, the actualization of the talmudic ‘morals’ and teachings of this Counterfeit Israel which threatens an apocalypse of its own making; I believe no additional comment is necessary.

Also see:

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

Rabbi Riskin: “The Lubavitcher Rebbe said to me …”

Rabbi Riskin Trains South American Priests in Counterfeit Israel

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

Riskin to Launch Noahide Center

PBS, Washington Post Puff Rabbi of Master-Race Judaism, Former Head of Reestablished Sanhedrin, Adin Steinsaltz

April 29, 2012
This advocacy journalism casts a blind eye to Adin Steinsaltz’s membership with Chabad Lubavitch and his promotion of Chabad’s master-race metaphysics HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE, nor does it mention his former role as Nasi (head) of the reestablished Sanhedrin in Jerusalem or this Sanhedrin’s desire to bring all nations under its racist, two-tiered legal system. Steinsaltz’s literal Talmud translation transmits the megalomaniacal depravity of the rabbis authentically but none of this is noted. These advocacy pieces endeavor, rather falsely, to cast rabbinic Judaism as a religion of submission to the will of God, rather than the religion which does not wait on God and which makes God a student of the rabbi-gods.

http://www-tc.pbs.org/s3/pbs.videoportal-prod.cdn/media/swf/PBSPlayer.swf

Also see:

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

“Conservative Catholic” Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Studies Talmud with Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

‘Noahide Laws’ Ostensibly Against Theft and Murder Rationalize Theft and Murder

Rubashkins Required “Noahide Law” Training for Workers they Abused and Defrauded

Netanyahu’s Messianic Fanaticism Precipitating False-Messiah Catastrophe

‘Muslim Leader’ Adnan Oktar (aka Harun Yahya), Israeli ‘Sanhedrin,’ Vatican Forming ‘Noahide’ Alliance

August 24, 2011

Adnan Oktar (aka Harun Yahya) with the spiritual and ideological heirs of the Sanhedrin that conspired against and killed Jesus Christ and has been attempting to blot out His name ever since:

http://en.harunyahya.tv/player/flv_player_mp4.swf?movieName=19282&sId=42460

The Vatican is also participating in this ‘Noahide’ fraud:

A delegation from Israel comprised of rabbis, sheikhs and a priest resolved in Istanbul on Thursday to form an interfaith convention – along with their Turkish hosts – that will arbitrate disputes in the Middle East and Muslim world to counter religious extremism and promote peace.

The Israeli group arrived in Istanbul on Wednesday at the beckoning of Adnan Oktar, known also as Harun Yahya, a philosopher and theologian with a large following in the Muslim world. The delegation was led by Deputy Minister for Development of the Negev and Galilee, [Likud fanatic] Ayoob Kara.

Also taking part in it were Holon’s Chief Rabbi Avraham Yosef, who is the son of Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, and part of the Chief Rabbinical Council; Rabbi Avraham Sherman of the Supreme Rabbinic Court; Chief Rabbi of Ohr Yehuda and Sha’ar Hanegev, Zion Cohen; Secretary of the Shas party, Rabbi Zvi Jacobson; the Vatican’s representative to the Middle East, Fr. Giries Mansoer; and Druse Sheikh, Yusuf Hirbawi.

“Through joint efforts, we must find the formula to cancel the legitimacy of people who use religion for religious extremism and bring disasters upon the world,” Kara said after the joint press conference wrapped up a round of meetings.

“When a supreme body that will force all to act according to the Creator’s will shall be formed, the level of religious extremism will drop since God commanded us to not murder and use his name in vain. These imperatives have become vague after certain people used God’s name in vain to break the most important commandment of not murdering, and turned the world into a killing field in the name of God,” he added.

It is Oktar who will be organizing the meeting in Turkey this year, which will host 1,200 religious leaders. A second meeting of the forum will be aimed at taking place in Jerusalem, where a peace accord will be announced along the lines of Oktar’s vision of the Turkish Islamic Union he is promoting – based in Turkey and including dozens of countries from the area, including Israel and other non-Muslim states, which will enjoy the protection of Turkey … (Interfaith leaders in Istanbul pledge to counter extremism, Jonah Mandel, Jerusalem Post, May 13, 2011)

Also see:

‘Muslim Leader’ Adnan Oktar, aka Harun Yahya Involved in ‘Noahide’ Fraud, Temple Movement

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

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

Kosher-Catholic Paulist Press Publishes Rabbi Benamozegh’s “Noahide” Tome as “Classic of Western Spirituality”

‘Muslim Leader’ Adnan Oktar, aka Harun Yahya Involved in ‘Noahide’ Fraud, Temple Movement

August 6, 2009

It’s difficult to believe at this late date that any Muslim or Arab could believe that Zionists would be pacified if Solomon’s Temple was rebuilt, but that is the message that the ‘anti-Zionist’ Adnan Oktar aka Harun Yahyah is now peddling.

Out of a sense of collective responsibility for world peace and for all humanity we have found it timely to call to the World and exclaim that there is a way out for all peoples. It is etched in a call to all humanity: We are all the sons of one father, the descendants of Adam, and all humanity is but a single family. Peace among Nations will be achieved through building the House of G-d, where all peoples will serve as foreseen by King Solomon in his prayers at the dedication of the First Holy Temple. Come let us love and respect one another, and love and honor and hold our heavenly Father in awe. Let us establish a house of prayer in His name in order to worship and serve Him together, for the sake of His great compassion. He surely does not want the blood of His creations spilled, but prefers love and peace among all mankind. We pray to the Almighty Creator, that you harken to our Call. Together – each according to his or her ability – we shall work towards the building of the House of Prayer for All Nations on the Temple Mount in peace and mutual understanding.

http://www.thesanhedrin.org/en/index.php/Hachrazah_5769_Tamuz_9

David Klinghoffer Pushes Phony "Noahide Laws"

May 19, 2009

David Klinghoffer, whom Skull and Bones Bill Buckley employed as a writer for his National Review (the opinion-shaping rag for his “respectable conservative movement”) is revealing what Buckley’s “respectable conservative movement” formula, which The Remnant and others have apparently adopted, is really about.

A Gentile Torah-Believer’s Testimony

David Klinghoffer

Friday May 15, 2009

Recently a particularly thoughtful commenter on this blog mentioned in passing that he identifies as a Noachide, that is, a Gentile believer in Torah. I was so interested to hear this that I wrote to him and asked for his story, which he graciously provided. I am copying it below. It’s truly a privilege for me to have such a person among my readers.

But first a note of introduction. A few weeks back I startled some Jewish readers by saying that Judaism in its classical sources is a missionary religion. Not that Jews are enjoined to convert Gentiles to Judaism, but rather to draw them to the primordial Torah religion of Noachism. This is assumed to be the faith practiced by Noah and bequeathed to humanity.

In this model, which the Talmud details in tractate Sanhedrin, Jews follow the moral and ritual Mosaic code, while Gentiles follow the Noachide code. But the model of spiritual reality revealed in the Torah is a gift given to both Jews and Gentiles.

Maimonides makes it very clear in his Mishneh Torah that Jews are commanded to use whatever means are at our disposal to encourage (that’s putting it mildly) non-Jews in this Noachide path (Laws of Kings 6:10). Yes, Judaism is an aggressively missionary religion, if not in current practice then in theory.

That having been said, I’ll introduce you to my reader and friend, Brian Beckman:

I’m a physicist, and was brought up as a very conservative, traditional Catholic. The church changed dramatically in my youth. From my point of view, it wasn’t wrenching, because I didn’t change. That left me without an emotional connection to God, but also free to pursue a more durable, intellectual connection.

It can be tricky to look for God in a science-saturated life, but if one digs deep enough, one will find the need either for an Original Cause or for an Anthropic Principle. While I grant that anthropism is logically coherent, I find it empty, like a tautology. It’s equally sound to suppose that the universe is here because God wants it. At that point, all one needs to compose a logically coherent notion of God is to study and sift good ideas from bad ones, which, as a physicist, I know how to do.

I am an unofficial Noahide. I follow the Seven Laws of Noah found in the Torah and detailed by Maimonides. I’m unofficial only because I have not yet had the chance to take a formal oath, but I would certainly do so. In ancient Israel, I might have been ger toshav — a legal alien, and I might have aspired to be ger tzedek — a righteous gentile, a very high calling indeed, likely beyond my ability to achieve.

These laws contain nothing surprising to any typical American with a passing acquaintance with the Bible and the Ten Commandments. According to my reading of Rabbi Elijah Benamozegh (see Jewish and Christian Ethics, and Israel and Humanity), a typical American Christian trying to follow basic Christian ethics would, in fact, be a de-facto Noahide even if not aware of it. 



That’s kind of the point though. How did an nice, ordinary, American Catholic boy like me end up in such an unusual place? Visions? Dramatic conversions? No, much more boring. I found it by studying and listening to smart people.

There are three aspects to my Noahism: how I act, how I think, and what I believe. 

Practically, I study Torah almost daily and, when I have the privilege, I share Shabbat and other events with my Orthodox Jewish friends. These are new habits for me, but not conflicting with the life I’ve led since I went into religious “dry docks” in the early 1970s. Like many others, my traditionalist ship was unable to respond quickly enough to the tidal changes in the Catholic Church and I just put religion in-toto into safe storage and got on with other things. 



In my thinking, I’ve reached a synthesis that I can articulate and defend. Orthodox Jews and Catholics regard the Torah (the five books of Moses) as a direct revelation from God. But there is a fork in the road: Orthodox Jews regard it as permanent and immutable, like the laws of physics. Catholic doctrine studies the Bible in the light of St. Paul and the Church fathers. In that light, Jesus’ resurrection changed everything and the Old Law doesn’t apply any more, even though Jesus himself didn’t repudiate it. So which is it? After four years exploring the “permanent and immutable” hypothesis (just beginning, really), I haven’t found anything yet to refute it. I know of no place where the Torah states that it is changeable, and I know many places where it states that it is permanent. So if it is, in fact, true, then it seems it must be permanent and immutable.

There are those who reject revelation and treat the Torah not like the laws of physics but as ordinary human literature. I like to note that the claim of Sinai (two million eye witnesses to the theophany) is so outrageous that it must either be true or the most astounding hoax in human history. I have met people who can name their ancestors back to Sinai and claim unbroken verbal transmission of the eye-witness account. It is impressive that a claim like this can last more than 3,000 years with an entire nation believing it. I’ll take it on faith.


I believe there is One God, the God of Israel. This much is in keeping with Catholic doctrine, which adds the Mystery of the Trinity. I personally come to grips with this as follows. If Jesus is divine, then he is completely identical with God the Father (according to the doctrinal Mystery). It would then seem inconceivable that Jesus could have any objection at all to devoting oneself to God and to the selfsame Torah that Jesus himself embraced. I realize that this is a personal syllogism and that Catholics will barbecue me over it, but it’s the way I have always seen things even when I was a churchgoer.



I am very fortunate to have found this path, and it is only because of the wisdom and kindness of certain Orthodox Jewish acquaintances, now dear friends, that I was even aware of it, let alone enabled to pursue it.

http://blog.beliefnet.com/kingdomofpriests/2009/05/a-gentile-torah-believers-testimony.html

See:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

The REAL Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow

David Klinghoffer Pushes Phony "Noahide Laws"

May 19, 2009

David Klinghoffer, whom Skull and Bones Bill Buckley employed as a writer for his National Review (the opinion-shaping rag for his “respectable conservative movement”) is revealing what Buckley’s “respectable conservative movement” formula, which The Remnant and others have apparently adopted, is really about.

A Gentile Torah-Believer’s Testimony

David Klinghoffer

Friday May 15, 2009

Recently a particularly thoughtful commenter on this blog mentioned in passing that he identifies as a Noachide, that is, a Gentile believer in Torah. I was so interested to hear this that I wrote to him and asked for his story, which he graciously provided. I am copying it below. It’s truly a privilege for me to have such a person among my readers.

But first a note of introduction. A few weeks back I startled some Jewish readers by saying that Judaism in its classical sources is a missionary religion. Not that Jews are enjoined to convert Gentiles to Judaism, but rather to draw them to the primordial Torah religion of Noachism. This is assumed to be the faith practiced by Noah and bequeathed to humanity.

In this model, which the Talmud details in tractate Sanhedrin, Jews follow the moral and ritual Mosaic code, while Gentiles follow the Noachide code. But the model of spiritual reality revealed in the Torah is a gift given to both Jews and Gentiles.

Maimonides makes it very clear in his Mishneh Torah that Jews are commanded to use whatever means are at our disposal to encourage (that’s putting it mildly) non-Jews in this Noachide path (Laws of Kings 6:10). Yes, Judaism is an aggressively missionary religion, if not in current practice then in theory.

That having been said, I’ll introduce you to my reader and friend, Brian Beckman:

I’m a physicist, and was brought up as a very conservative, traditional Catholic. The church changed dramatically in my youth. From my point of view, it wasn’t wrenching, because I didn’t change. That left me without an emotional connection to God, but also free to pursue a more durable, intellectual connection.

It can be tricky to look for God in a science-saturated life, but if one digs deep enough, one will find the need either for an Original Cause or for an Anthropic Principle. While I grant that anthropism is logically coherent, I find it empty, like a tautology. It’s equally sound to suppose that the universe is here because God wants it. At that point, all one needs to compose a logically coherent notion of God is to study and sift good ideas from bad ones, which, as a physicist, I know how to do.

I am an unofficial Noahide. I follow the Seven Laws of Noah found in the Torah and detailed by Maimonides. I’m unofficial only because I have not yet had the chance to take a formal oath, but I would certainly do so. In ancient Israel, I might have been ger toshav — a legal alien, and I might have aspired to be ger tzedek — a righteous gentile, a very high calling indeed, likely beyond my ability to achieve.

These laws contain nothing surprising to any typical American with a passing acquaintance with the Bible and the Ten Commandments. According to my reading of Rabbi Elijah Benamozegh (see Jewish and Christian Ethics, and Israel and Humanity), a typical American Christian trying to follow basic Christian ethics would, in fact, be a de-facto Noahide even if not aware of it. 



That’s kind of the point though. How did an nice, ordinary, American Catholic boy like me end up in such an unusual place? Visions? Dramatic conversions? No, much more boring. I found it by studying and listening to smart people.

There are three aspects to my Noahism: how I act, how I think, and what I believe. 

Practically, I study Torah almost daily and, when I have the privilege, I share Shabbat and other events with my Orthodox Jewish friends. These are new habits for me, but not conflicting with the life I’ve led since I went into religious “dry docks” in the early 1970s. Like many others, my traditionalist ship was unable to respond quickly enough to the tidal changes in the Catholic Church and I just put religion in-toto into safe storage and got on with other things. 



In my thinking, I’ve reached a synthesis that I can articulate and defend. Orthodox Jews and Catholics regard the Torah (the five books of Moses) as a direct revelation from God. But there is a fork in the road: Orthodox Jews regard it as permanent and immutable, like the laws of physics. Catholic doctrine studies the Bible in the light of St. Paul and the Church fathers. In that light, Jesus’ resurrection changed everything and the Old Law doesn’t apply any more, even though Jesus himself didn’t repudiate it. So which is it? After four years exploring the “permanent and immutable” hypothesis (just beginning, really), I haven’t found anything yet to refute it. I know of no place where the Torah states that it is changeable, and I know many places where it states that it is permanent. So if it is, in fact, true, then it seems it must be permanent and immutable.

There are those who reject revelation and treat the Torah not like the laws of physics but as ordinary human literature. I like to note that the claim of Sinai (two million eye witnesses to the theophany) is so outrageous that it must either be true or the most astounding hoax in human history. I have met people who can name their ancestors back to Sinai and claim unbroken verbal transmission of the eye-witness account. It is impressive that a claim like this can last more than 3,000 years with an entire nation believing it. I’ll take it on faith.


I believe there is One God, the God of Israel. This much is in keeping with Catholic doctrine, which adds the Mystery of the Trinity. I personally come to grips with this as follows. If Jesus is divine, then he is completely identical with God the Father (according to the doctrinal Mystery). It would then seem inconceivable that Jesus could have any objection at all to devoting oneself to God and to the selfsame Torah that Jesus himself embraced. I realize that this is a personal syllogism and that Catholics will barbecue me over it, but it’s the way I have always seen things even when I was a churchgoer.



I am very fortunate to have found this path, and it is only because of the wisdom and kindness of certain Orthodox Jewish acquaintances, now dear friends, that I was even aware of it, let alone enabled to pursue it.

http://blog.beliefnet.com/kingdomofpriests/2009/05/a-gentile-torah-believers-testimony.html

See:

Who Says Judaism Isn’t a Proselytizing System?

The REAL Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow

New Sanhedrin Just as Clownishly Hypocritical as the Old One

July 21, 2008

In anticipation of the upcoming 2008 Olympics in China the rabbis of the new Sanhedrin of counterfeit Israel have handed down a ruling in which they express outrage at the Chinese for cutting organs from living people. The new Sanhedrin has called upon the Chinese government to adopt their so-called “Noahide Laws” under which “idolators” (those who believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ) would have their heads cut off.

Watch now as the “beautiful people” of Hollywood, prominent church goers and politicians shriek kosher selective “moral” outrage against China in such a cacophony as to drown out the victims of the crimes of counterfeit Israel for whom they care not.

‘Sanhedrin’ against Beijing Olympics

Re-established Jewish Sanhedrin rules against participation in Chinese-hosted Olympic Games

Kobi Nahshoni
Published: 07.17.08, 21:21 / Israel Jewish Scene

Only three weeks are left before the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games open, and the remonstration against holding the games is joined by the Sanhedrin (Talmudical tractate) rabbis.

Following rallies, boycotts and attempts to sabotage the Olympic Torch Relay worldwide, the court ruled Wednesday that the Chinese government’s murder and amputation of living people by using punishment, revenge and deterrence, therefore “participating in these Olympics will be deemed a danger to the well-being of humanity.”

In their ruling, the judges clarify that they are not intervening in or opposing the country’s authority to convict criminals violating The Seven Laws of Noah (also referred to as the Noahide Laws), but cannot be so cruel as to turn them into a “organ bank.”

According to testimonies, the Chinese regime imprisons them in masses in detention camps and exercises an array of torturous punishment methods including murdering and amputating living people. The Israeli athletes further claimed that the Chinese government puts the victims’ organs on sale throughout the world.

As part of examining the case, the Sanhedrin sent emissaries to collect testimonials in Israel and abroad. The judges were also presented with documents by renowned international organizations supporting this harsh reality.

Plot brewed by libeling sources

The court also approached the Chinese embassy in Israel, asking them to present their government’s stance in the matter. The judges said they were approached by diplomatic sources in Israel in China to not discuss the case, fearing it would harm the countries’ relations, but “being sovereign, the Sanhedrin did not think it should agree to such requests.”

The embassy’s representatives ultimately met with the judges, claiming the case is a plot brewed by sources trying to libel the government, and that the Falun Gong athletes are a medical nuisance by trying to incite civilians against conventional medical treatments.

The rabbis wrote in their verdict that “the court has reached its conclusion based on the accumulated multiple circumstantial evidence that there is indeed a severe phenomenon of murdering innocent Falun Gong men, also motivated by financial calculations of commercially exploiting their organs.”

The court called upon the Chinese government to adopt and enforce the Noahide Laws prohibiting murder and theft, and added that “the Jewish nation has experienced the Holocaust under the heavy hand of the Germans during the Nazi regime, which massacred millions of Jews, and therefore must be especially sensitive to the outcry of the persecuted.”

On taking part in the Chinese-hosted Olympics, the Sanhedrim said: “The Chinese government is about to host the Olympics – an event which brings people of different nations closer together…disregarding the bloodshed of the innocent may seem as an encouragement similar to Hitler’s during his rule in Berlin.”

The Sanhedrin’s judges, convening as an International Court of Law presided by Rabbi Adin Even-Yisrael (Shteinzaltz), discussed the claims of Israeli athletes training in Falun Dafa (also called Falun Gong), a high-level Buddhist cultivation practice believed to bring great improvements in health and fitness. According to the athletes, their Chinese counterparts, who advocate truthfulness, benevolence, and forbearance, are persecuted by the Chinese government, who believes the athletes are acting against it.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3569675,00.html

New Sanhedrin Just as Clownishly Hypocritical as the Old One

July 21, 2008

In anticipation of the upcoming 2008 Olympics in China the rabbis of the new Sanhedrin of counterfeit Israel have handed down a ruling in which they express outrage at the Chinese for cutting organs from living people. The new Sanhedrin has called upon the Chinese government to adopt their so-called “Noahide Laws” under which “idolators” (those who believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ) would have their heads cut off.

Watch now as the “beautiful people” of Hollywood, prominent church goers and politicians shriek kosher selective “moral” outrage against China in such a cacophony as to drown out the victims of the crimes of counterfeit Israel for whom they care not.

‘Sanhedrin’ against Beijing Olympics

Re-established Jewish Sanhedrin rules against participation in Chinese-hosted Olympic Games

Kobi Nahshoni
Published: 07.17.08, 21:21 / Israel Jewish Scene

Only three weeks are left before the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games open, and the remonstration against holding the games is joined by the Sanhedrin (Talmudical tractate) rabbis.

Following rallies, boycotts and attempts to sabotage the Olympic Torch Relay worldwide, the court ruled Wednesday that the Chinese government’s murder and amputation of living people by using punishment, revenge and deterrence, therefore “participating in these Olympics will be deemed a danger to the well-being of humanity.”

In their ruling, the judges clarify that they are not intervening in or opposing the country’s authority to convict criminals violating The Seven Laws of Noah (also referred to as the Noahide Laws), but cannot be so cruel as to turn them into a “organ bank.”

According to testimonies, the Chinese regime imprisons them in masses in detention camps and exercises an array of torturous punishment methods including murdering and amputating living people. The Israeli athletes further claimed that the Chinese government puts the victims’ organs on sale throughout the world.

As part of examining the case, the Sanhedrin sent emissaries to collect testimonials in Israel and abroad. The judges were also presented with documents by renowned international organizations supporting this harsh reality.

Plot brewed by libeling sources

The court also approached the Chinese embassy in Israel, asking them to present their government’s stance in the matter. The judges said they were approached by diplomatic sources in Israel in China to not discuss the case, fearing it would harm the countries’ relations, but “being sovereign, the Sanhedrin did not think it should agree to such requests.”

The embassy’s representatives ultimately met with the judges, claiming the case is a plot brewed by sources trying to libel the government, and that the Falun Gong athletes are a medical nuisance by trying to incite civilians against conventional medical treatments.

The rabbis wrote in their verdict that “the court has reached its conclusion based on the accumulated multiple circumstantial evidence that there is indeed a severe phenomenon of murdering innocent Falun Gong men, also motivated by financial calculations of commercially exploiting their organs.”

The court called upon the Chinese government to adopt and enforce the Noahide Laws prohibiting murder and theft, and added that “the Jewish nation has experienced the Holocaust under the heavy hand of the Germans during the Nazi regime, which massacred millions of Jews, and therefore must be especially sensitive to the outcry of the persecuted.”

On taking part in the Chinese-hosted Olympics, the Sanhedrim said: “The Chinese government is about to host the Olympics – an event which brings people of different nations closer together…disregarding the bloodshed of the innocent may seem as an encouragement similar to Hitler’s during his rule in Berlin.”

The Sanhedrin’s judges, convening as an International Court of Law presided by Rabbi Adin Even-Yisrael (Shteinzaltz), discussed the claims of Israeli athletes training in Falun Dafa (also called Falun Gong), a high-level Buddhist cultivation practice believed to bring great improvements in health and fitness. According to the athletes, their Chinese counterparts, who advocate truthfulness, benevolence, and forbearance, are persecuted by the Chinese government, who believes the athletes are acting against it.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3569675,00.html

"Noahide" Thought for the Day

July 9, 2008

Consider the great wisdom of the rabbis: Under the rabbi-concocted “Noahide laws,” if you [“Goyim”] cut a limb from an animal, the rabbis punish you by cutting your head off.

Noahide laws in the news:

Re-starting the Jewish heart

First World Noahide Conference Begins

Chat transcript: DMN’s Jeffrey Weiss on Pew religion report

Here’s one from the outer limits of the twilight zone:

Rabbi Delivers Invocation for Independence Celebration