30 August 2015

One World Judaism

15 Elul 5775

Those who are regular readers here and who follow the FC messages are aware that there is a plot to create a one-world religion for the New World Order which is being implemented for humanity. It plans to combine the world's religions by focusing on what we all have in common and ignoring or educating against what "divides" us.

To accomplish this, traditional Judaism as it has been handed down to us since Sinai cannot be tolerated since they will not accept the chosenness and the superiority of Bnei Yisrael or the Torah. There are many Jews involved in these universalist activities whether intended for good or for ill. Many are not aware and do not at all understand the web in which they have become ensnared. They think they are doing a chesed and are helping to redeem the world. But, "there is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is ways of death." (Proverbs 14.12)


This is the emblem for a Chabad-Lubavitch website dedicated to spreading the Noahide laws throughout the world. One of their contributing rabbis writes the following...

The Institute of Noahide Code Event Celebrating Diversity was conceived as an opportunity to unite the world by re-echoing the belief in G-d as the Creator of all human beings and the belief that we are all equal. This is the true meaning of harnessing diversity among different cultures. This is a foundation for our organization’s goal which to work alongside the United Nations (UN) and other partner organizations with hopes of promoting human rights and development, and protecting freedom of religion.

We are also seeking to focus on the Seven Universal Laws of Noah to promote ethical standards and provide the opportunity for all mankind to gain parity and value peace.


Noahide Institute is an active organization that mobilizes youth through encouraging dialogue. The organization’s mission is to educate and share values through the One People-One World campaign and to promote the Seven Laws of Noah to ensure a better future for our shared world. (Source)


Just because the "Laws of Noah" appear to be accepted or even lauded and mention is made of the "Creator" doesn't mean it's kosher. In 1991, then President George Bush, Sr. signed the following declaration...

“Whereas Congress recognizes the historical tradition of ethical values and principles which are the basis of civilized society and upon which our great Nation was founded; Whereas these ethical values and principles have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization, when they were known as the Seven Noahide Laws; Whereas without these ethical values and principles the edifice of civilization stands in serious peril of returning to chaos; Whereas society is profoundly concerned with the recent weakening of these principles that has resulted in crises that beleaguer and threaten the fabric of civilized society; Whereas the justified preoccupation with these crises must not let the citizens of this Nation lose sight of their responsibility to transmit these historical ethical values from our distinguished past to the generations of the future; Whereas the Lubavitch movement has fostered and promoted these ethical values and principles throughout the world; Whereas Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, leader of the Lubavitch movement, is universally respected and revered and his eighty-ninth birthday falls on March 26, 1991; Whereas in tribute to this great spiritual leader, `the rebbe’, this, his ninetieth year will be seen as one of `education and giving’, the year in which we turn to education and charity to return the world to the moral and ethical values contained in the Seven Noahide Laws; and Whereas this will be reflected in an international scroll of honor signed by the President of the United States and other heads of state: Now, therefore, be it“  – Public Law 102-14, Library of Congress Website

A few months earlier, he was making his classic New World Order speech: George Bush Sr. New World Order Live Speech Sept 11 1990


There is even an actual organization promoting something called Universal Judaism!

Perhaps well-meant, but wrong nevertheless. I challenge anyone to show me among any list of the 613 mitzvot a commandment to proselytize among the gentiles. 

G-d willing and with His help I hope to publish a series of posts in the near future which will educate us all on the proper relationships which exist between Jews and non-Jews. This isn't it!

21 comments:

  1. Correction: the New World Order speech was Sep. 11, 1990 (before the Gulf War) - not after it.

    See here

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    1. Sorry, I took the video title's word for it. Thanks for the correction.

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  2. I understand that we Jews should be separate. But it says in Tehillim that in the time of Moshiach, nations will be ruled under us, meaning we will show them how to serve G-d.

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    1. Please enlighten the confused then. I'm Jewish and was never taught how to really serve Hashem. What does that translate into day to day, moment to moment - serve what and to Whom by whom? If we can't teach it to each other, how can we teach it to others? Just waiting for someone to lead by example!

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    2. The key phrase here is "the time of Moshiach". That time has not yet arrived. Jumping the gun and acting as if Mashiach already came is what's causing all the problems.

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    3. Unless, Moshiach IS already here and like flowers that bloom at different times, some earlier than others, each in their own right time, so it is with Neshama consciousness and awareness. Some are already living in this state of Moshiach consciousness, a 4th dimensional state of being, already in the Olam Haba spiritually and can sense Moshiach before others. That doesn't mean that it's wrong, it just means it is beyond our understanding - we're just waiting to catch up to them, I guess.

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  3. Re the Universal Judaism
    http://www.universaljudaism.org/our_philosphy.html

    It doesn't even make an attempt at being Jewish! No. 1: denial of reward and punishment which is part of the 13 principles of faith, no mitzvot, not for Jews or gentiles, it's a kind of feel-good we're all one eastern tao, buddhist what-not.

    I think we're going to have to trademark the term Judaism and Jewish, so just like "Champagne" it can only be used for the real thing.

    We're in desperate need of Moshiach! B"D

    Elisheva

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  4. Why is this a concern for anyone?
    How does this effect you on a personal basis?
    Where does it state anywhere in the Torah that we are more or less than anyone else, thereby rendering unequal to all of Hashem's creation? Chosen, yes - does that equate to be more or less than others?
    Why even care?
    I don't.
    It's not my business what other people do.
    They want to do campaigns - let them. Everyone is free to do their own website for whatever reason on whatever topic, but at the end of the day, where is the Beit Hamikdash, where are we? And where are we in relation to Hashem right this minute when we're focusing on the foibles of others?
    We're somewhere. Where is that exactly?

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    1. B'ezrat Hashem, we'll get to the differences between Jews and non-Jews and why it matters.

      We are our brothers' keeper. We are guarantors for each other. It matters very much what others do and there is a mitzvah to give tochachah as well as to correct errors. Hashem won't allow us to have a Beit Hamikdash until we are able to handle it and that requires some education considering how the people who put themselves in charge of it think we can allow all religions to be practiced in it!

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  5. The yetzer ha-rah is working very hard to confuse the Jews because we are the only ones who uphold the Torah, anybody who is trying to change one word is in big trouble. Our holy Torah is telling exactly what to do, read it and fallow it. Talk to HaShem if you are confused I assure you He will guide you to the right source.
    We are in the time before Moshiach and it will get worse, how to stay safe to the process keep Shabbat, pray and do good deeds and be kind to your fellow man. Being the light on to the nations is by doing kiddush HaShem, and that does not mean to change our ways by keeping the 613 mitzvot. Trust your instinct when something does not feel right (that is for Jews who don't know) stand still don't listen to all the nice utopia words just start paying to HaShem remember he gave you the feeling to be careful. The goyim (not all of them) know by wanting to kill us they will run into a brick wall even with Jews who are unknown about Judaism, so the yetzer ha-rah is working behind them to conquer us with love, friendship and all goody goodies that is where your antenna (as I always told my kids) to blink.. We as Jews don't need to go out there to find people to come to us, if somebody wants to join us they will come themselves. I know it very well I am a convert and HaShem guided me there where I belong... May HaShem give us the strength and emuna to endure what is still to come, it won't be easy....

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  6. This is very disturbing. Had no idea of this 'speech' or whatever and that the Rebbe would have allowed such a chilul. Makes no sense at all. Believe those who really are in control within Jewish 'leaderships' are of the Erev Rav and have sorcery ways of influencing even (at their old age) of real Rabbis. This is more than disturbing, it is blasphemy!
    moishe

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  7. There seems to be an emphasis and a point-making by the Noachides that "Jews are not better than us.." I heard an audio clip where some representative of a Noachide group was saying with his most upbeat voice . "...and Jews are no better than Noachides . We just all have a different mission.." There's this essence of jealousy that I find unsettling. No one says were better but according to our mission we are 'First String'

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  8. Beggars belief, it really does!

    Aloni

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  9. It's a problem the fact that they are also teaching the laws of Noah's sons as if it were a separate religion. It has even prayer books publications for Noahides, what it is unnecessary. Rabbi Avraham Chachamovits, is doing a great job here in Brazil with Noahides, teaching the seven laws in an authentic way, no inventions, only the moral and ethical code to refine nations.

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    1. You are absolutely right and thanks for the on-the-spot report.Glad to hear it.

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    2. One cannot help but wonder the number of people with Anti-Jewish supersessionist motives seeking to infiltrate the Noahide movement, corrupt it from within into yet another anti-Jewish universalized triumphalist belief system, retroactively proclaiming itself as the original pre-Judaic religion and then later claim that Judaism is no longer needed (from the presumed notion that Judaism via the Avot would have never existed had humanity not been divided from their original pre-Judaic Noahide belief system or something to that effect at the Tower of Babel).

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    3. That's a very insightful observation.

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    4. Thanks

      Also worth noting is that unlike Xianity and Yishmaelim, Judaism grants the Noahide movement legitimacy and one should consider on what basis would a corrupted supersessionist Noahide movement seek to claim for example that Judaism has fulfilled its mission of being a light unto the nations (in bringing the humanity back to observing the 7 Noahide laws) and thus as a result has become redundant (as well as potentially laying the blame on Jews for being sloppy at best in fulfilling their raison d'etre until recently).

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  10. Believe Jesterhead hit on something. Esav/Erav Rav together are extremely clever and have demonic forces behind them and their innovations are beyond imagination. The Jewish people must be warned against anything to do with 'religion' and know only what Torah commands of us.
    Boruch

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