Archive for the ‘Tikkun Olam’ Category

Tikkun Olam is a Tribal, not Universal, Concept

September 3, 2010

[Abraham] Foxman acknowledged that he’d taken a swipe at the concept [tikkun olam, repairing the world] at last year’s Jewish People’s Policy Planning Conference but said that his problem was not with tikkun olam as a value but with its current ubiquity in religious discourse. “What I’ve been critical of is those who have sold Judaism as, ‘All you have to do is love universally and that’s Judaism,’ ”Foxman said. “It’s not—it’s ersatz Judaism. It’s Judaism lite.” It also, Foxman added pointedly, has the potential to elevate political action on behalf of others while brushing past the theological significance of acting on behalf of Jews. (Marissa Brostoff, “Beyond Repair,” Sep 3, 2010, The Tablet)

http://www.tabletmag.com/life-and-religion/44356/beyond-repair/

Also see:

Judaic Activists Set Sail for the Cause of Tribal Universalism?

Joint “Judeo-Christian” efforts at “repairing the world” (such as THIS) ultimately serve rabbinic interests.

The Judeo-Christian racket is intended only to convert Christians into “Noahide” servants. See:

USCCB States Principles for “Dialogue” Fraud

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USCCB States Principles for "Dialogue" Fraud

October 7, 2009

http://www.usccb.org/seia/StatementofPrinciples.pdf

http://www.usccb.org/seia/ResponsetoRabbis.pdf

The USCCB has retracted this statement from an earlier document, “A NOTE ON AMBIGUITIES CONTAINED IN REFLECTIONS ON COVENANT AND MISSION”:

“Though Christian participation in interreligious dialogue would not normally include an explicit invitation to baptism and entrance into the Church, the Christian dialogue partner is always giving witness to the following of Christ, to which all are implicitly invited.”

http://www.usccb.org/doctrine/covenant09.pdf

Read the original “Reflections on Covenant and Mission” document which is a transparent call for conversion of Christians to the Talmudic “Noahide Laws” and Kabbalistic “Tikkun Olam.”

http://www.usccb.org/doctrine/covenant09.pdf

The USCCB says, “Catholic-Jewish dialogue has never been and never will be used by the Catholic Church as a means of proselytism or a disguised invitation to baptism.” But the rabbis say that “dialogue” is indeed an occasion to convert Christians into “Noahides” as Rabbi Yehoshua Friedman of the “Root and Branch” organization explains:

“Our approach is a VERY STRICT AND LIMITED application of the principle of interfaith cooperation which Rabbi Soloveitchik permits …

We DO NOT discuss with Christians (or other non-Jews) differences or similarities between our religious beliefs (theological “Show and Tell”) and those of other religions (i.e. “interfaith dialogue”).

We DO give rabbis and scholars from the Torah observant community the opportunity to discuss with and teach non-Jews about universal Jewish ethical principles (the Seven Laws of Noah [“Noahide Laws”]) …”

http://www.rb.org.il/RBIS/RBIS%201998/RBIS%201998.10.07.htm

“Dialogue” is a one-way path to disaster.

Also see:

Rabbi Elijah Soloveichik’s Trojan Horse for Christianity

News From the Occupied Pennsylvania Diocese

December 6, 2008

If some wealthy Catholics were to donate millions of dollars (yeah, right!) to Yeshiva University earmarked for the construction of a center for remembrance of the Bolshevik/Soviet Holocaust against Russian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Armenian and other Christian ethnic groups and how the rabbis’ genocidal, racist teachings paved the road to that Holocaust via Moses Hess and Freemasonry, they would surely build it in the spirit of reciprocity and fairness … wouldn’t they?

In truth, even that wouldn’t bring parity which isn’t even desirable to begin with. ‘Jewish’-Catholic relations is completely irredeemable. A total fraud.

“Tikkun Olam” indeed.

See:

A Brief Study in Judeo-Masonic Double Standards

Cherished friends

Seton Hill President JoAnne Boyle calls Ethel LeFrak and her family “cherished friends” of the university.

Cherished, indeed.

Mrs. LeFrak, of New York City, has donated $750,000 to Seton Hill’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education.

The money will go toward endowing the Greensburg center’s Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference and creating The Ethel LeFrak Student Scholars of the Holocaust Fund.

The conference, held every three years, is for teachers and faculty members, mainly at Catholic schools. The intent is to enhance Catholic-Jewish understanding.

The fund will provide annual scholarships for students studying the Holocaust and related subjects.

The National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education is the only center of its kind. It was established in 1987.

One of the founders was Sister Gemma Del Duca, a Greensburg native and a Sister of Charity who now lives in Israel. She said in a statement from the university: “Ethel LeFrak’s generosity will help with the challenge that remains before us — to join our Jewish sisters and brothers in the great task of ‘Tikkun Olam,’ the mending of the world through reconciliation, understanding and education.”

Mrs. LeFrak and her family are involved in a number of philanthropic endeavors. Seton Hill granted her an honorary doctorate in 1996. (“Good Morning: East,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 04, 2008)

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08339/932513-56.stm

… Year-round, Catholic and Jewish high schools in the [Western Pennsylvania] region have an exchange program in which rabbis visit Catholic schools and priests visit Jewish schools to educate students about their religious differences and similarities. They’ve shared in holiday traditions, such as the Catholic students taking part in a Passover Seder meal.

“Because we share a common history with Judaism, it was thought that we should try to honor that by getting together,” said Don Teti, assistant superintendent for secondary schools in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.

Near the holidays, Linda Pricer, principal and teacher at St. Bartholomew Catholic School in Penn Hills, incorporates a lesson about the Holocaust into her eighth-grade literature class.

“It’s mostly for tolerance,” she said. “To teach the students that we have to step up and that if there’s ever going to be a change in this world, we have to do it. When better to teach that lesson than now, during the holidays, when there is so much love and giving?” (“Season gives teachers chance to teach cultural differences,” Allison M. Heinrichs, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, December 4, 2008)


http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/east/s_601057.html

News From the Occupied Pennsylvania Diocese

December 6, 2008

If some wealthy Catholics were to donate millions of dollars (yeah, right!) to Yeshiva University earmarked for the construction of a center for remembrance of the Bolshevik/Soviet Holocaust against Russian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Armenian and other Christian ethnic groups and how the rabbis’ genocidal, racist teachings paved the road to that Holocaust via Moses Hess and Freemasonry, they would surely build it in the spirit of reciprocity and fairness … wouldn’t they?

In truth, even that wouldn’t bring parity which isn’t even desirable to begin with. ‘Jewish’-Catholic relations is completely irredeemable. A total fraud.

“Tikkun Olam” indeed.

See:

A Brief Study in Judeo-Masonic Double Standards

Cherished friends

Seton Hill President JoAnne Boyle calls Ethel LeFrak and her family “cherished friends” of the university.

Cherished, indeed.

Mrs. LeFrak, of New York City, has donated $750,000 to Seton Hill’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education.

The money will go toward endowing the Greensburg center’s Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference and creating The Ethel LeFrak Student Scholars of the Holocaust Fund.

The conference, held every three years, is for teachers and faculty members, mainly at Catholic schools. The intent is to enhance Catholic-Jewish understanding.

The fund will provide annual scholarships for students studying the Holocaust and related subjects.

The National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education is the only center of its kind. It was established in 1987.

One of the founders was Sister Gemma Del Duca, a Greensburg native and a Sister of Charity who now lives in Israel. She said in a statement from the university: “Ethel LeFrak’s generosity will help with the challenge that remains before us — to join our Jewish sisters and brothers in the great task of ‘Tikkun Olam,’ the mending of the world through reconciliation, understanding and education.”

Mrs. LeFrak and her family are involved in a number of philanthropic endeavors. Seton Hill granted her an honorary doctorate in 1996. (“Good Morning: East,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 04, 2008)

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08339/932513-56.stm

… Year-round, Catholic and Jewish high schools in the [Western Pennsylvania] region have an exchange program in which rabbis visit Catholic schools and priests visit Jewish schools to educate students about their religious differences and similarities. They’ve shared in holiday traditions, such as the Catholic students taking part in a Passover Seder meal.

“Because we share a common history with Judaism, it was thought that we should try to honor that by getting together,” said Don Teti, assistant superintendent for secondary schools in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.

Near the holidays, Linda Pricer, principal and teacher at St. Bartholomew Catholic School in Penn Hills, incorporates a lesson about the Holocaust into her eighth-grade literature class.

“It’s mostly for tolerance,” she said. “To teach the students that we have to step up and that if there’s ever going to be a change in this world, we have to do it. When better to teach that lesson than now, during the holidays, when there is so much love and giving?” (“Season gives teachers chance to teach cultural differences,” Allison M. Heinrichs, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, December 4, 2008)


http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/east/s_601057.html

Child Abusing Mother’s Acts Were Advised by a Rabbi

April 7, 2008

Note that the name of the rabbi and the name of the sect he belongs to is censored.

Jerusalem mother charged with child abuse

Indictment reveals rabbi instructed woman to ‘repair’ her children through ‘beating, tying, burning organs and feeding them with faeces’

Aviram Zino
Published: 04.06.08, 19:30 / Israel News

As her three-and-a-half-year-old comatose son continued to lie in his hospital bed, a Jerusalem woman was indicted Sunday by the Jerusalem District Court of abusing him and his four-and-a-half-year-old brother.

The court also indicted a family friend accused of conducting a “tikkun” (exorcism) on the children under the influence of a rabbi who fled to Canada.

Shortly after the indictment was submitted, the remand of another suspect involved in the affair was extended. The man, a acquaintance of the mother, allegedly took part in the abuse.

According to the indictment, “During the months of February and March, the accused and her children moved to her mother’s apartment in Jerusalem. During this period, the mother found it difficult to cope with the burden of raining her small children, and particularly with their education.

“The defendant turned to a rabbi and asked for his advice in terms of his children’s education. The rabbi concluded that the children were ‘possessed’ with evil spirits and advised the defendant and other suspects to carry out ‘tikkunim’ on the children in order to help them get rid of those demons.”

The indictment went on to say that the rabbi instructed the mother to conduct “tikkunim” on the children – “meaning, jolting, beating, tying, burning organs, feeding them with faeces, and more.

“Two of the suspects were put in charge of educating the children, and systematically abused them and the defendant’s other children in a large number of cases, for a long time, claiming that these ‘tikkunim’ were aimed at removing these evil spirits from the children.”

Some of the acts of abuse were also described in the indictment. “The defendant, who knew about the abuse, continued to desert her children.”

The mother was accused of “cooperating with some of the other suspects in forcibly jolting the children in at least 40 cases, grasping them in the back or shoulders, or grasping them in their hands and legs and shaking them with their heads moving back and forth and from side to side.

“The defendant and the other suspects also used to tie the children’s hands and legs with plastic restraints and ropes for many hours, as well as hit one of the children in the face and bend his hands behind his back, throwing him in the air.”

‘Police veterans were shocked’

In one of her remand hearings, the police representative presented the judge with a photo album containing shocking pictures of the children.

“The Jerusalem Police veterans found it difficult to listen to such a shocking story,” a police representative said during the previous hearing.

The mother admitted to the suspicions and went back on her confession, while the father and another person arrested denied the allegations.

“Evidence submitted to the court testifies to a long and harsh abuse,” a police representative said during the hearing.

The small son, who was hospitalized at the Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital’s intensive care unit, suffers from brain damage which has left him in a vegetative state.

Efrat Weiss contributed to this report

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3528332,00.html

Child Abusing Mother’s Acts Were Advised by a Rabbi

April 7, 2008

Note that the name of the rabbi and the name of the sect he belongs to is censored.

Jerusalem mother charged with child abuse

Indictment reveals rabbi instructed woman to ‘repair’ her children through ‘beating, tying, burning organs and feeding them with faeces’

Aviram Zino
Published: 04.06.08, 19:30 / Israel News

As her three-and-a-half-year-old comatose son continued to lie in his hospital bed, a Jerusalem woman was indicted Sunday by the Jerusalem District Court of abusing him and his four-and-a-half-year-old brother.

The court also indicted a family friend accused of conducting a “tikkun” (exorcism) on the children under the influence of a rabbi who fled to Canada.

Shortly after the indictment was submitted, the remand of another suspect involved in the affair was extended. The man, a acquaintance of the mother, allegedly took part in the abuse.

According to the indictment, “During the months of February and March, the accused and her children moved to her mother’s apartment in Jerusalem. During this period, the mother found it difficult to cope with the burden of raining her small children, and particularly with their education.

“The defendant turned to a rabbi and asked for his advice in terms of his children’s education. The rabbi concluded that the children were ‘possessed’ with evil spirits and advised the defendant and other suspects to carry out ‘tikkunim’ on the children in order to help them get rid of those demons.”

The indictment went on to say that the rabbi instructed the mother to conduct “tikkunim” on the children – “meaning, jolting, beating, tying, burning organs, feeding them with faeces, and more.

“Two of the suspects were put in charge of educating the children, and systematically abused them and the defendant’s other children in a large number of cases, for a long time, claiming that these ‘tikkunim’ were aimed at removing these evil spirits from the children.”

Some of the acts of abuse were also described in the indictment. “The defendant, who knew about the abuse, continued to desert her children.”

The mother was accused of “cooperating with some of the other suspects in forcibly jolting the children in at least 40 cases, grasping them in the back or shoulders, or grasping them in their hands and legs and shaking them with their heads moving back and forth and from side to side.

“The defendant and the other suspects also used to tie the children’s hands and legs with plastic restraints and ropes for many hours, as well as hit one of the children in the face and bend his hands behind his back, throwing him in the air.”

‘Police veterans were shocked’

In one of her remand hearings, the police representative presented the judge with a photo album containing shocking pictures of the children.

“The Jerusalem Police veterans found it difficult to listen to such a shocking story,” a police representative said during the previous hearing.

The mother admitted to the suspicions and went back on her confession, while the father and another person arrested denied the allegations.

“Evidence submitted to the court testifies to a long and harsh abuse,” a police representative said during the hearing.

The small son, who was hospitalized at the Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital’s intensive care unit, suffers from brain damage which has left him in a vegetative state.

Efrat Weiss contributed to this report

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3528332,00.html

Judaic Banker on a Judaizing Crusade in Catholic Schools and Seminaries

February 4, 2008

Last year it was revealed on this blog that this Judaic banker from Miami is energetically involved in altering (Judaizing) Catholic school curriculum, with full cooperation from the Miami Archdiocese. He’s as active as ever this year. Background here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/judaic-lawyerbanker-altering-curriculum.html

… Bernardo Benes, a retired Cuban-born banker … Benes is Jewish …

When John Paul died in April 2005, Benes went ”as a simple Jew” to Rome for the funeral. Using his considerable business contacts, he was able to meet [JPII lifelong Judaic friend Jerzy] Kluger. That visit confirmed what Benes had been feeling for a while: somehow, the late pope’s work with the Jewish community had to continue.

Back in Miami, Benes threw himself into a new project, Our Elder Brothers and Sisters Foundation (www.ourelderbrothers.org). Its goal: To foster better relations between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people by building upon the late pope’s work.

So now Benes, 73, spends 10-hour days in front of a computer at a desk an old friend has loaned him in an office overlooking Coral Way. His fiery red hair has faded, and the stogie that was once his trademark is only an occasional indulgence.

Benes’ optimism, however, remains intact.

”He’s a very idealistic person, and that has sometimes gotten him into trouble,” says Dave Lawrence Jr., former Miami Herald publisher and a member of the Our Elder Brothers advisory board. “But we need people like him to make progress in this world. What would we do without big dreamers?”

The organization builds on the late pope’s work in three ways: by distributing a four-page brochure on John Paul II and the Jews, by promoting a universal celebration of April 13 in every synagogue and Catholic church as a commemoration of John Paul’s visit to the Great Synagogue of Rome in 1986, and by working with Catholic and Jewish educational institutions to include lessons about John Paul and the Jews in their curricula.

So far, Benes has recruited well-known local and national leaders to join his board and has raised $70,000 in small donations. His core advisers believe that the foundation’s mission is different from the efforts of other interfaith groups.

”It’s more practical and more activist,” says former U.S. ambassador Ambler Moss, a professor of international studies at the University of Miami who is on the foundation’s board. “The goals are very specific. He’s very focused on education.”

Benes has distributed hundreds of thousands of copies of the brochure — now translated into 11 languages — through churches, schools and other organizations. In October he attended the First Conference in the Vatican of Lay Catholic and Jewish Leaders. At his suggestion, John Paul’s writings on the Jews have been added to the curriculum at St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach, and the school’s course offerings now include a Jewish theology class taught by a rabbi.

”From an academic point of view, you can’t understand Catholic theology, certainly Christianity itself, without knowing Jewish thought,” says Steven O’Hala, vice rector and academic dean. “From a pastoral view, we want our seminarians to be more effective in a pluralistic setting, and this certainly contributes to that.”

Benes says his work these past two years is not that much different from the delicate political maneuvering he managed three decades ago. In fact, the goal — ”To make this a better world” — is the same … (Ana Veciana-Suarez, “Jewish exile takes up late pope’s work,” Miami Herald, Feb. 02, 2008)

Full article:

http://www.miamiherald.com/tropical_life/story/402130.html

From Benes’ “Our Elder Brothers” Website:

Get Involved

There are different levels of involvement you can select according to your commitment to expand our mission, as follows:

1.- Organize a Mass or an event at a Catholic Church similar to the one we organized in Miami on Sept. 17th. 2006-see media coverage under icon Press Room. The Mass is to celebrate the life of Pope Paul II as the reconciliator of Catholic and Jews. In our case we served a Kosher luncheon at the St. Mary’s Cathedral in Miami. Many local Jewish and Catholic leaders were invited.The media coverage was excellent.

2. Organize an event at a Synagogue inviting a Catholic, Protestant and Muslim clergy to celebrate the visit of Pope John Paul II to the Synagogue of Rome as we did in Miami on January 17th., 2007. See media coverage under icon Press Room. An adapted program could be develop by you. An ample media coverage took place.

3. For every Synagogue in the World to celebrate every April 13th the Anniversary of the visit of Pope John Paul II by inviting the priest of a Catholic Church in the area to participate in the celebration. We are working to start this event on April 13, 2007.

4. Visit and contact the Dean of Education of the Seminary in your area to include in the curriculum:
a) Studies of Pope John Paul II and the Jews
b) The Holocaust, and
c) Anti-Semitism

5. The distribution in your area of the brochure as it appears in the icon BROCHURE. It is very easy to finance the printing of it. Just let us know that you want to do it. We will tell you how.

6. Forward this website to any organization and/or individual that you know believes in ecumenism and interreligiuos activities as a way to advance the Judeo-Christian civilization.

If in principle you want to engage yourself in initiating any of the activities mentioned above, please contact us. We can provide you with many details of how to organize any of them. It will save you time and effort. We have the experience because we have done it already.

To become a Volunteer with the Our Elder Brothers and Sisters Foundation, please contact Bernardo Benes at 305 785-7028 or at e-mail address benesb@aol.com .

Thank you!

http://www.ourelderbrothers.org/get_involved.php

Judaic Banker on a Judaizing Crusade in Catholic Schools and Seminaries

February 4, 2008

Last year it was revealed on this blog that this Judaic banker from Miami is energetically involved in altering (Judaizing) Catholic school curriculum, with full cooperation from the Miami Archdiocese. He’s as active as ever this year. Background here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/judaic-lawyerbanker-altering-curriculum.html

… Bernardo Benes, a retired Cuban-born banker … Benes is Jewish …

When John Paul died in April 2005, Benes went ”as a simple Jew” to Rome for the funeral. Using his considerable business contacts, he was able to meet [JPII lifelong Judaic friend Jerzy] Kluger. That visit confirmed what Benes had been feeling for a while: somehow, the late pope’s work with the Jewish community had to continue.

Back in Miami, Benes threw himself into a new project, Our Elder Brothers and Sisters Foundation (www.ourelderbrothers.org). Its goal: To foster better relations between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people by building upon the late pope’s work.

So now Benes, 73, spends 10-hour days in front of a computer at a desk an old friend has loaned him in an office overlooking Coral Way. His fiery red hair has faded, and the stogie that was once his trademark is only an occasional indulgence.

Benes’ optimism, however, remains intact.

”He’s a very idealistic person, and that has sometimes gotten him into trouble,” says Dave Lawrence Jr., former Miami Herald publisher and a member of the Our Elder Brothers advisory board. “But we need people like him to make progress in this world. What would we do without big dreamers?”

The organization builds on the late pope’s work in three ways: by distributing a four-page brochure on John Paul II and the Jews, by promoting a universal celebration of April 13 in every synagogue and Catholic church as a commemoration of John Paul’s visit to the Great Synagogue of Rome in 1986, and by working with Catholic and Jewish educational institutions to include lessons about John Paul and the Jews in their curricula.

So far, Benes has recruited well-known local and national leaders to join his board and has raised $70,000 in small donations. His core advisers believe that the foundation’s mission is different from the efforts of other interfaith groups.

”It’s more practical and more activist,” says former U.S. ambassador Ambler Moss, a professor of international studies at the University of Miami who is on the foundation’s board. “The goals are very specific. He’s very focused on education.”

Benes has distributed hundreds of thousands of copies of the brochure — now translated into 11 languages — through churches, schools and other organizations. In October he attended the First Conference in the Vatican of Lay Catholic and Jewish Leaders. At his suggestion, John Paul’s writings on the Jews have been added to the curriculum at St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach, and the school’s course offerings now include a Jewish theology class taught by a rabbi.

”From an academic point of view, you can’t understand Catholic theology, certainly Christianity itself, without knowing Jewish thought,” says Steven O’Hala, vice rector and academic dean. “From a pastoral view, we want our seminarians to be more effective in a pluralistic setting, and this certainly contributes to that.”

Benes says his work these past two years is not that much different from the delicate political maneuvering he managed three decades ago. In fact, the goal — ”To make this a better world” — is the same … (Ana Veciana-Suarez, “Jewish exile takes up late pope’s work,” Miami Herald, Feb. 02, 2008)

Full article:

http://www.miamiherald.com/tropical_life/story/402130.html

From Benes’ “Our Elder Brothers” Website:

Get Involved

There are different levels of involvement you can select according to your commitment to expand our mission, as follows:

1.- Organize a Mass or an event at a Catholic Church similar to the one we organized in Miami on Sept. 17th. 2006-see media coverage under icon Press Room. The Mass is to celebrate the life of Pope Paul II as the reconciliator of Catholic and Jews. In our case we served a Kosher luncheon at the St. Mary’s Cathedral in Miami. Many local Jewish and Catholic leaders were invited.The media coverage was excellent.

2. Organize an event at a Synagogue inviting a Catholic, Protestant and Muslim clergy to celebrate the visit of Pope John Paul II to the Synagogue of Rome as we did in Miami on January 17th., 2007. See media coverage under icon Press Room. An adapted program could be develop by you. An ample media coverage took place.

3. For every Synagogue in the World to celebrate every April 13th the Anniversary of the visit of Pope John Paul II by inviting the priest of a Catholic Church in the area to participate in the celebration. We are working to start this event on April 13, 2007.

4. Visit and contact the Dean of Education of the Seminary in your area to include in the curriculum:
a) Studies of Pope John Paul II and the Jews
b) The Holocaust, and
c) Anti-Semitism

5. The distribution in your area of the brochure as it appears in the icon BROCHURE. It is very easy to finance the printing of it. Just let us know that you want to do it. We will tell you how.

6. Forward this website to any organization and/or individual that you know believes in ecumenism and interreligiuos activities as a way to advance the Judeo-Christian civilization.

If in principle you want to engage yourself in initiating any of the activities mentioned above, please contact us. We can provide you with many details of how to organize any of them. It will save you time and effort. We have the experience because we have done it already.

To become a Volunteer with the Our Elder Brothers and Sisters Foundation, please contact Bernardo Benes at 305 785-7028 or at e-mail address benesb@aol.com .

Thank you!

http://www.ourelderbrothers.org/get_involved.php

Skull and Bones Bush’s Ideal Crusader

October 2, 2007
Pentagon Official, Ms. Debra Cagan is claimed to have informed British MP’s that she “hates all Iranians.”

Here we have the symbolism of the pentagon, the whore/scarlet woman, the hermaphrodite, and the crusader all in one. This is tikkun olam par excellance. This is where humanity is headed under it’s current leadership.

http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=484762&in_page_id=1#StartComments

Skull and Bones Bush’s Ideal Crusader

October 2, 2007
Pentagon Official, Ms. Debra Cagan is claimed to have informed British MP’s that she “hates all Iranians.”

Here we have the symbolism of the pentagon, the whore/scarlet woman, the hermaphrodite, and the crusader all in one. This is tikkun olam par excellance. This is where humanity is headed under it’s current leadership.

http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=484762&in_page_id=1#StartComments