their souls, these hassidic Chabad Vipers of Hell of their Sanhedrin unto satan.
Come Quickly LORD JESUS for you are the IAMHE
Job:31:3: Is not destruction to the wicked? and a strange punishment
to the workers of iniquity?
Job:34:8: Which goeth in company with the workers of
iniquity, and walketh with wicked men.
Job:34:22: There is no darkness, nor shadow of death, where the workers of iniquity may hide themselves.
Ps:5:5: The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity.
Ps:6:8: Depart from me, all ye workers of
iniquity; for the LORD hath heard the voice of my weeping.
Ps:14:4: Have all the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eat up my people as they eat bread, and call not upon the LORD.
Ps:28:3: Draw me not away with the wicked, and with the workers of
iniquity, which speak peace to their neighbours, but mischief is in their hearts.
Ps:36:12: There are the workers of iniquity fallen: they are cast down, and shall not be able to rise.
Ps:37:1: Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity.
Ps:53:4: Have the workers of iniquity no knowledge?
who eat up my people as they eat bread: they have not called upon God.
Ps:59:2: Deliver me from the workers of iniquity, and save me from bloody men.
Ps:64:2: Hide me from the secret counsel of the wicked; from the insurrection of the workers of iniquity:
Ps:92:7: When the wicked spring as the grass, and when all the workers of iniquity do flourish; it is that they shall be destroyed for ever:
Ps:92:9: For, lo, thine enemies, O LORD, for, lo, thine enemies shall perish; all the workers of iniquity shall be scattered.
Ps:94:4: How long shall they utter and speak hard things? and all the workers of iniquity boast themselves?
Ps:94:16: Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity?
Ps:125:5: As for such as turn aside unto their crooked ways, the LORD shall lead them forth with
the workers of iniquity: but peace shall be upon Israel.
ISRAEL, by faith, the seed of ABRAHAM in
JESUS the Christ, Heirs to His Promise
Ps:141:9: Keep me from the snares which they have laid for me, and the gins of the workers of iniquity.
Prov:10:29: The way of the LORD is strength to the upright:
but destruction shall be to the workers of iniquity.
Prov:21:15: It is joy to the just to do judgment: but destruction shall be to the workers of iniquity.
Mt:7:23: And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.
Mt:13:41: The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather
out of his kingdom all things that offend,
and them which do iniquity;
Mt:23:28: Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within ye are full of
hypocrisy and iniquity.
Mt:24:12: And because iniquity shall
abound, the love of many shall wax cold.
Lk:13:27: But he shall say, I tell you, I know you not whence ye are; depart from me, all ye workers of iniquity.
1Cor:13:6: Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but
rejoiceth in the truth;
2Thes:2:7: For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.
2Tm:2:19: Nevertheless the foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord knoweth them that are his. And,
Let every one that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity.
Ti:2:14: Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all
iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.
Heb:1:9: Thou hast loved righteousness, and
hated iniquity; therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows.
Come out of that Great Talmudic Judaic
Nasi's against the Nazi's
Nazi Shmatzi. Say it and You Might Go to Jail
for 7 Years
19:44 Mar 16, '05 / 5
The Knesset is considering two legislative proposals submitted by Labor party
MK’s that would impose stiff penalties on anyone using Nazi terms, symbols, or
imagery in every-day discourse.
The bills outlaw the term “Nazi” or other words carrying a similar
connotation. The bills also outlaw symbols of the Holocaust, such as
concentration camp style prison garments, yellow Stars of David, and swastikas.
Know someone who recently insulted somebody by calling him a Nazi? According to
the bill proposed by MK Colette Avital (Labor), such a
person, or anybody using Nazi terminology or symbolism lightly would face a
prison term of up to seven years behind bars.
Despite the draconian penalty, Avital’s bill passed a Knesset committee by a
vote of 14-3.
Many claim the bills suggest controversial measures that unreasonably limit
freedom of speech. Ironically, the strongest backers of the bills are MK’s of
the Labor party, defying the stereotype usually applied to left-leaning
politicians as defenders of free speech and civil rights.
Not unexpectedly therefore, the bills strongest opponents are to the right of
the political spectrum. MK Aryeh Eldad of the National Union party said that the
legislation grossly restricts freedom of speech.
He claims that the bill will “silence” legitimate freedom of expression such
as when opponents of the disengagement distributed orange Stars of David to
symbolize the intensity of their disapproval of the government’s plant to
destroy 21 Jewish towns and villages and expel the residents from their homes in
Gaza and Northern Samaria.
And what about Israel’s most eloquent statesman Abba Eban? MK Eldad asks
whether his famous comment about making sure Israel doesn’t return to
“Auschwitz borders” would have landed him a term cutting potatoes for the
But, like most political issues, the debate on the bill rages on. MK Avital said
that freedom of expression should “have its limits,” pointing out that
Israel has backed similar legislation in other countries.
MK Yuli Tamir, who drafted one of the bills, said that “public discourse must
be free of Nazi terminology.”
If the bill passes, make sure you close you shutters and lock your doors before
watching a DVD of Mel Brooks’ “The Producers” or listen to Seinfeld crack
a joke about Nazi soup
of the Golden Calf OX-morons
Temple will be rebuilt
by J. Grant Swank
February 10, 2005
Sanhedrin is researching ways to renew the deepest roots of our faith – to
renew Temple service, reunite Jewish legal tradition and inspire the Jewish
people to aspire to greatness. Our people have one path before us, and we will
continue to march toward our destiny."
So spoke Sanhedrin spokesman
Rabbi Chaim Richman in delivering detail to media. Arutz-7 News reports that the
Sanhedrin, that body of 71 rabbis and scholars who claim eventually to be
Judaism’s "top legal assembly, will not cease until
the temple is constructed.
The Sanhedrin admits the
present-tense mix of despair and elation within the Jewish populace of Israel.
However, they will proceed without hesitation. They believe that it is
the command of deity that presses them upon their mission.
deity of the murderer since the beginning, which is not
Also, it is the spiritual
dimension of their nation that must come more prominently to the fore.
Therefore, the temple will be. No matter the obstacles.
There is NOTHING Godly spiritual
in the great whore city that spiritual Sodom and Egypt, wherein our LORD was
All of this is particularly
interesting to biblical Christians. They scour the Bible for the latest detail
concerning prophecies regarding the Second Coming of Christ. With like ardor,
they scour the news for any specific related to Israel, the temple
reconstruction plans, the Temple Mount, and military conflicts increasing or
decreasing in the Middle East.
Christians research such primary
passages as Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 for Jesus’ clear, literal
statements regarding signs which will precede His rule upon the Earth.
Exactly why would Jesus the Christ, Risen from the
Dead, the first begotten of the dead, Resurrected in his spiritual Body of
GLORY, whose Kingdom has been here for two thousand years in the hearts of his
sheep, who has Inherited God's Holy Mountain in Heaven SION into a company of
inummerable angels with his bride, New Jerusalem, want with the flesh Corruption
flesh filth kingdom of carnal men? Sorry folks, Jesus will reign from that
KINGDOM and his saints are with him. THE END means.............the END
This one is a blind guide to the abyss
Then they research the symbolic
passages in the Book of Revelation, the vision given by Jesus to John the
Beloved Apostle when the latter was on the Isle of Patmos off of Greece.
There is nothing shembolic in
the Revelation of JESUS the Christ sent by his angel to JOHN
There are Old Testament passages
as well, specifically Ezekiel 36-39, which sets forth the return of Jews to
their homeland in the "latter times." Such took place on May 14, 1948,
when the UN established Israel as a nation.
a Return of his sheep to His
Kingdom New Jerusalem by faith and their testimony of Him the ONLY LIVING GOD in
SION. Has nothing to do with this flesh corruption of apostasy
Last Saturday I, a Gentile
Christian, decided to attend the city’s most popular Conservative synagogue.
The service began at 9:30. It closed at noontime. The female cantor conducted
the proceedings. There were about 50 gathered in the chapel, not the main
sanctuary. There were two youths present. The rest were adults of varying ages,
some couples attending together.
This one is no CHRIST believer,
for In Christ Jesus there is no difference between jew or Greek, for they are
ONE Nation in the LORD who believe the TRUTH, one fold. As for this one this one
went to the leaven of them who love to be called rabbi-rabbi, and the LORD said
call no man rabbi. This one shares the god of the jews, who is no god, and who
has no only begotten son and has been Judaized by the leaven and is fallen away
from the TRUTH of the Gospel
I listened to the worshipers
recite Hebrew from their Service Books. The main accent of course is studying
and worshiping from The Torah — the first five books of the Old Testament.
These are the Books of Law provided by divine inspiration to Moses.
It was an enriching
experience for me. The Jews were most cordial to me, knowing I was a guest from
a village church outside the city. They were more than willing to explain
various details concerning worship to me. Afterward, there was a brief
fellowship sharing alongside the chapel.
As I sat there in the
synagogue, I thought of these Jews’ counterparts there in the Holy
Land, the Sanhedrin especially. There was like ardor half way across the
world, those Jews in the old country preparing for the next temple, its rituals
returned, its prayers offered.
One of these days, because God
has declared it, the temple will be reconstructed in Jerusalem. I once visited
there. I recall seeing the Wailing Wall.
Wailing for Tammuz, for not one stone was left upon
Our guides told us that that was
the last supporting wall of Solomon’s Original Temple.
The Temple of Saturn, Dig into the wall Ezekiel and see
the Abomination the seventy ancients of the House of ISREALHELL do
From what I read today, there
are various Jewish scholars who debate present-tense the exact dimensions and
location of the original temple. In fact, that was the theme of the last meeting
recently of the Sanhedrin. Where really was the original temple in today’s Old
So the research continues. The
anticipation builds. The Jews are excited. The Christians are excited. Prophesy
is renewed as a live study. Prayers go upward to the heavenly throne. Where will
it all end?
The jews are excited and their
Proselytes are excited for they have fallen into the Prophecy of the prophets of
Christians believe that the
temple will be built sometime prior to the Tribulation’s mid-point, that is,
three and a half years into the about-seven year "times of vengeance,"
to use Jesus’ phrasing.
hahahhahha these are the C.I Scofieldites leavened by
the hassidic rib-eyes, and do not know that they are not going anywhere, no
"Secret Raptures" for they did Not stand Firm even unto the End. These
do not know that they already accept the beast, Sanhedrin out of the seas
"Revived" at Tiberius , Oct. 13, 2004 and their beast king Moshiach,
for they have already fallen away from the truth into the leaven of the
apostate, and the LORD God has sent them strong delusion so they believe the Lie
of the Shem Borg Collective and their shemhoodlum hoo haha of Universal Noahide
Laws of the Chosen who were chose by the chooser and when the chooser came they
cried out give us the "Robber" and now these proselytes who are
lukewarm and complacent and fallen away share the same god of the jews who the
jews say has no ONLY Begotten SON, who in fact are become anti-Christ and do not
believe that Jesus the Christ is the Iamhe and they will surely doe in their
sins along with all who deny Him
At the mid-point, the devil’s
political ruler AntiChrist will leave his city-of-seven-hills, Rome, to thrust
himself into the Holy of Holies, desecrating it just as Antiochus Epiphanes
desecrated it in the 2nd century BC. Epiphanes slaughtered a pig in
the 30-foot square holy room. It was the Maccabees who then revolted against
that pagan move, finally winning out, all such celebrated in Hanukkah.
The city with seven Mountains is
that spiritual Sodom and Egypt, where our Lord was crucified
Next? What’s next?
The present Sanhedrin is
determined to find out, indeed to help form it. The Christians sit on the edge
of their seats wondering what’s next according to scriptural prophecy. Day by
day. Week by week. Only the Father knows the day and hour of the Son’s return.
Yet the Son has left believers plenty of material for study.
And so the reading goes on and
on. With delight, I might add.
is tickled pinko
that knows nothing
Joseph Grant Swank, Jr., Pastor, New Hope Church
Graduate of accredited college (BA) and seminary (M Div) with
graduate work at Harvard Divinity School.
Author of 5 books and thousands of articles in various
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It is known that the building materials and vessels (some
created by another settler rabbi) for the Third Temple
are ready and waiting, and by some estimates the Temple
could be rebuilt in as little as 5 - 9 months.
Purim ah lah Mosque, coming soon to a
ISREALHELL nearest you
the PROXY, by which the Ten Men of the Bed of Shlomo, of the sanhedrin, of the
Moshiach ben satan the Son of Perdition will slay the masses who refuse his
Universal Religion unto the Dragon, Noahide laws of heil Bushkevik and Company
of chabad lubavitch. Once again fear and terror is unleashed upon the earth as
was with their hired hand hitler to once again cause the FINAL ALIYA, "Come
to Pharaoh" call the ancients of the house of ISREALHELL.
Israeli President Warns of Anti-Semitism
Tue Mar 15, 5:51 PM ET
By STEVEN GUTKIN, Associated Press Writer
JERUSALEM - Israel's president warned of renewed
anti-Semitism and the U.N. secretary-general urged an unyielding fight against
racism during Tuesday's opening ceremony of a $56 million Holocaust museum that
focuses on the personal tragedies of the Nazi genocide.
Holocaust of the coming HOLY
Cost of the saints of Jesus the Christ
Leaders from some 40 nations attended the ceremony at the new Holocaust
History Museum at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem memorial, which took 10 years to
Goyim Noahide nations of the seventy
The ceremony sought to link the horrors of the genocide
with the hope of the survivors and their descendants.
A children's choir sang as scenes of Jewish children from the war era flashed
on a huge screen behind them. A man sounded the shofar, a ritual trumpet made of
a ram's horn, while others played violins and clarinets and sang songs in Hebrew
"We are concerned about Holocaust
denial and anti-Semitism," Israeli
President Moshe Katsav told the crowd, bundled in winter coats for the outdoor
ceremony. Europe "must accept the burden of
the memory and lessons of the Holocaust for the future it is building. It owes
this to the millions of Jews who were murdered on its soil."
Hundreds of police patrolled Jerusalem to protect the visitors, among them 15
heads of government and state. Major thoroughfares were closed to traffic,
snipers were posted on rooftops and a bomb squad carried out numerous sweeps.
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan ) said the main task now is to prevent a
repetition of the Holocaust anywhere.
Via the coming perpetual Purim of Moshiach ben satan
"A United Nations that fails to be at the
forefront of the fight against anti-Semitism and other forms of racism denies
its history and undermines its future," he told the dignitaries.
Naphtali Lavie, who survived the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration
camps, said the event marked recognition of the suffering of the Jews.
"After 60 years the world woke up a little bit," he said, "This
is something that gives the people the feeling that they are human beings and
they deserve the sympathy and recognition of mankind."
sympathy of them who control every nation upon the
earth by PROXY. Who rob and steal and murder and blaspheme the LORD's name
minutely. Who have set their Treasonous Vipers to murder masses in the
Whitehouse. Whose souls the freemason vipers of hell in every courtroom in
apostate "Amaraka" Prison innocent victims and collect their mammon
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon , in his address, said "the state of Israel
is the only place in the world where the Jews have the right and the power to
protect themselves by themselves. This is the only guarantee that the Jewish
people will never know another Holocaust."
Come to Pharaoh they cry. Come to the
"Robber" O' Chosen
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer said the opening of the museum was
"a moment of commemoration for the 6 million murdered by Nazi
and he became a jew for the fear of the jews was great
"Of course Germany is my country so it's also a historical and moral
responsibility to never forget what happened and the responsibility of my
country for the Shoah," he said, using the Hebrew word for Holocaust.
Or Jewry declares war on Germany, see History
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg represented the United States.
"Freedom is something we constantly have to fight for and if we ever
compromise our standards, we see just how far it goes," Bloomberg told
reporters. "We cannot allow intolerance any place against any people."
accept those Christ believers they must be purged from
our Hoodlum hoo haha
To give a human dimension to Holocaust statistics, some 90 personal stories
are woven into the museum's displays, which also feature some 280 works of art.
Fables of the Talmudic jews
A video projected onto the wall of the entrance shows daily Jewish life in
Europe in the 1920s and '30s. Visitors can walk through a typical living room of
a Jewish family in Germany in the 1930s. A life-size replica of the Warsaw
Ghetto's Leszno Street features cobblestones, a 1940s tram track and lamp posts
replete with shrapnel holes from the Jewish uprising — all donated by the
Nothing about the 67 million Goyim slain by the
Talmudic jews of the Bolshevik revolution
The museum displays a three-tiered wooden barrack where concentration camp
inmates slept, a cattle wagon that transported Jews to their deaths and a small
fishing boat that ferried Danish Jews to safety in Sweden.
Nothing on American tortured POWS
Underground galleries on either side of a 600-foot central walkway topped by
a skylight guide visitors through the history of Adolf Hitler's Final Solution:
prewar life, anti-Semitic laws, roundups, deportations, mass executions, death
at the behest of the zionist for their future Hoodlum
Nobel Peace prize winner Elie Wiesel, himself an Auschwitz survivor, gave the
ceremony's closing remarks.
"It was man's inhumanity to man — no. It was man's inhumanity to Jews.
Jews were not killed because they were human beings. In the eyes of the killers,
they were not human beings, they were Jews," he said.
now the eye for an eye of Talmud Bavli
Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.
Babylonian Talmud: Tractate Sanhedrin
'Ulla, quoting R. Eleazar says: [This refers to the case of] a
dispute over the division of land [where the procedure
must be the same] as at the first [division] in Eretz Yisrael. As in the
commencement,5 [such a dispute was decided
by a Court of] seventy-one, so does it stand for all time.6
But if so, just as originally the division was made by means of the urn, the
Urim and Tummim,7 and in the presence of
all Israel, so at all times there must be an urn, the Urim and Tummim, and the
presence of all Israel!
Rabina says: I still maintain that the case in question is
that of a tribe led astray into idolatry, and if you object that such should be
judged after the manner of a multitude [I say,] True! though they are
executed as individuals;8 yet their trial
must indeed be by a court competent to try a multitude.9
They will all cry out by
referendum, "Give us the "Robber" Moshaich ben satan
WAR OF FREE CHOICE etc.
Whence do we deduce this? — Said R. Abbahu: Scripture states, And he shall
stand before Eleazar the Priest [who shall inquire for him by the judgment of
the Urim before the Lord. At his word shall they go out and at his word they
shall come in, both he and all the children of Israel with
him even all the Congregation].37
'He', refers to the King;38
'And all the children of Israel with him,' to the Priest
anointed for the conduct of war;39
and, 'all the Congregation,' means the Sanhedrin.40
But perhaps it is the Sanhedrin
whom the Divine Law instructs to inquire of the Urim and Tummim?41
they are about to REVEAL their king and anoint him, the mere man they choose
The Source for Elections in the Torah
Rosh Hayeshiva Harav Mordechai Greenberg, shlita
(Shiur delivered Election Day 5763)
of the mitzvot that Israel were commanded upon entering the Land is to appoint
a king, as we find in
Devarim (17:14-15): "When you come to the Land that Hashem, your G-d,
gives you, and possess it, and settle in it, and you will say, 'I will set a king
over myself' ... You shall surely set over yourself a king
whom Hashem, your G-d shall choose." In fact, when Israel entered the
land, after a certain period of time, they asked Shmuel to appoint a king
is a discussion in the commentaries (GEMARA of
Tradition) whether this was a proper request, since we find that Shmuel
was angry with them.
this is not our issue here.)
happens when there is no king?
Nowadays, we have elections in democratic process, which asks the people's
of "ALL" the people
Mt:27:25: Then answered
all the people, and said, His blood be on us, and on our children.
question is whether there is basis for this in the Torah or is it something
that we learned from the gentiles.
Midrash Rabbah (Vayikra 26:7) in Emor refers to Shaul as the first king.
Many ask from the Rambam in Hil. Melachim (1:3) that a
new king (i.e., one who did not
inherit the throne) is appointed only by a prophet and the Sanhedrin
of seventy-one, like Yehoshua, who was appointed by Moshe and his
the People's Consent on the Final Despot
the Rambam considers Yehoshua (Joshua) already a king,
against the Midrash. Rav Kook deals with this at length in his sefer, Mishpat
Kohen (#154), in a responsa that serves as the cornerstone for all
discussions about the government in Israel.
answers based on another sugya in Sanhedrin
49a, that if king sends
an agent to violate Torah law, and he refuses – he is not considered a mored
bemalchut. The Gemara learns this from Yehoshua: "Any person who
violates your words, etc. (1:18) – only in permitted areas, not against the
Torah." This implies that Yehoshua is considered a king;
otherwise, what is the proof?! Thus, the Rambam understood that the Midrash
about Shaul is against the Gemara in Sanhedrin,
and he ruled like the Gemara.
(Hil. Melachim 1:10), the Rambam writes that only
a king of the Davidic dynasty is
anointed with anointing oil.
Kessef Mishne asks, but also Shaul was anointed? He answers that Shaul was the
first king over Israel,
and therefore was also anointed. But how could he explain that Shaul was the
first king, while the
Rambam himself writes that Yehoshua was king
beforehand, as he writes regarding the need
to be appointed by a prophet.
truth – why was Yehoshua not anointed? Furthermore, it says in the Tosefta
that we don't appoint king
outside of Israel, as it says, "When you come to the Land" – so
how did Moshe appoint him?
the Rambam's opinion here that Yehoshua was a king
is not understood.
anointed by these men nor by the Father in Heaven
is against the Midrash, and has other difficulties. On the other hand, there
are sources that indicate that Yehoshua was, in fact, a king.
The Gemara in Yoma (73b) discusses who may ask from the urim vetumim,
and learns from Yehoshua that the king
may ask. "He will stand before Elazar the priest, who will ask on his
behalf the decision of the urim before G-d ... he and all of Bnei
Yisrael, etc. 'he' – is the king."
Rashi explains: Since the pasuk is talking about Yehoshua. This is an explicit
proof that Yehoshua was a king.
the Midrash (that refers to Shaul as the first king)
is very difficult. On the pasuk, "He became king
over Yeshurun," (Devarim 33:5) Chazal teach that Moshe was considered a king.
In the Gemara (Zevachim 102a) it says that Moshe sought the monarchy and it
was not granted to him. But we know that was king?
The Gemara answers that he asked for himself and his descendents and this not
granted, but he himself was king.
So how does the Midrash say that Shaul was the first; what about Moshe and
Yehoshua? In fact, why did Moshe not transmit the rulership to his
descendents, since usually official positions are inherited to children.
is an additional question. The Mishna in Shavuot (14a) teaches that we only
add to the city [of Yerushalayim] with a king
and a prophet, etc., all of which are learned from Moshe. (See Rashi 15a)
Thus, we see that Moshe was a king.
understand this, we need to know Drashot Ran 11, which is mentioned by anyone
who addresses these issues. The Ran deals at length with the order of justice
in Israel. He writes that there are two systems of justice. One is like any
other country and nation, as it says in Pirkei Avot, "Were it not for the
fear of the government, people would devour each other." If there were no
law and order, people would eat one another. Even in bands of thieves there
are rules. This is something which is necessary in every state. Besides this,
in Am Yisrael there is a special system of justice in regards to the laws of
the Torah, for which the punishments are malkot and mitot Beit Din, and these
laws are not necessarily connected to social order. This is absolute,
objective, ideal justice, as it says, "They should judge the people mishpat
is special Divine justice that does not exist in any other nation. For this
there are Batei Din and Sanhedrin,
to uphold this special system of justice, which is connected to the
special idea of Israel, so that the shefa Eloki (Divine Influence) will
be present in Israel. This is also the role of sacrifices. For this reason the
Sanhedrin sits in the
Lishkat Hagazit in the Temple, to show the special connection between the Sanhedrin
and the Mikdash. Thus, the Gemara (Shabbat 10a) teaches that a judge who rules
justly becomes a partner
with G-d in Creation.
there is a problem here. Because the Divine justice is so careful about the
rules of justice, may people can evade the law. For example, every case needs
a precise warning. This warning must be administered toch kedei dibur,
otherwise the person may have forgotten. He forgot so quickly?! But in the
absolute Divine justice this is so. He
also must be informed of the specific death according to some opinions.
must be kosher witnesses, with a long list of disqualified witnesses, and
there are many other regulations not found in any other system of justice. For
example, in all societies, the admission of the defendant is the greatest
incrimination, whereas the Torah rules that a person cannot incriminate
himself. It is no wonder that Chazal said that a Sanhedrin
that killed once in seventy years is murderous. It is almost impossible to
kill. However, all this is in order to establish the judgment unquestionably,
so that we don't have what happens now – that afterwards we find out that
the convicted person was innocent. This can hardly happen according to the
Torah. On the other hand, almost every criminal can evade justice! For this,
the Ran writes, the Torah (Talmud
Bavli) sets up the king.
The king comes to fill in the social
justice, since the king does not rule
based on Torah law. A king may rule
based on the criminal's own admission, as we find that Yehoshua killed Achan
based on his admission. Thus, the king's
justice fills in what the Divine justice leaves open.
there is a well know Gemara (Sanhedrin
46a) that Beit Din can
also punish not according to the Torah – not because the halacha
mandates the punishment, but in order to make a fence for the Torah. For
example, the Gemara (commentaries of the rabid confused
rib-eyes) brings a story of one who rode a horse on Shabbat and
they killed him.
a horse on Shabbat is only a rabbinic prohibition, but
they killed him as a hora'at sha'a in order to protect the observance
make the laws as they go, see talmudic US freemason courts of justice
one who has relations with his wife in public receives lashes. Thus,
it comes out that Beit Din can also judge not based on the Torah if need be.
why does the Ran write that we need a king
for this? The Ran answers that when there is a king
the justice is split –
Beit Din handles most of the cases, and what Beit Din is unable to deal with
is handed over to the king.
Rv:13:7: And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
Rv:13:10: He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity: he that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword. Here is the patience and the faith of the saints.
Rv:16:6: For they have shed the blood of saints and prophets, and thou hast given them blood to drink; for they are worthy.
Rv:17:6: And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.
when there is no king,
Beit Din receives the authority of the king.
have the right to institute decrees and to judge not according to Torah rule
only at a time that here is no king
we find many times in the Tanach that the judges had the
authority of a king. For
example, it says, "They appointed Avimelech as king
near ... Shechem." (Shoftim 15:6) Avimelech was not a king
– he was a judge! Rather, since there was no king
he received the authorities of the king.
no longer has power, for the Sanhedrin now sits at Jerusalem
too, Moshe (Moses) was not really a king.
Rather, he was the head of the Sanhedrin,
and in the absence of a king
he had the authorities of the king.
That is why Shmuel was angry with the people when they asked for a king.
the Prophet sent by the Father was angry for there is but one KING of KINGS
and LORD of LORDS, and they reject him and cry for the "Robber" and
the "Robber" the LORD GOD is about to send them
proper order of justice is that most of the judgment is to be done by the Sanhedrin,
whereas the people
asked, "Give us a king to judge
us." Had they just asked for a king
it would have been acceptable; this is a mitzvah in the Torah –
but they wanted a king to judge them
based on social justice, like all other nations. This cannot be in Israel!
This is what Hashem tells Shmuel, "It is not you they have rejected, but
rather Me" (Shmuel I 8:7), and this is why Shmuel was angry with them.
Moshe and Yehoshua were not per se kings, but they filled in for them.
there were no kings then – the authority was given to the head of the Sanhedrin,
so that Moshe and Yehoshua were considered kings. Thus, all the questions we
asked above are not difficult, since they were not actually kings, but rather
in their capacity of head of the Sanhedrin
they received the authority of a king.
That is why they were not anointed and
could be appointed outside of Israel.
seems that this is the basis for the famous statement of Rav Kook, which
everyone deals with, regarding the Hasmonean kings: "At a time that there
is no king, since the
rules of a king relate
to the general state of the nation, the rights of these privileges return to
the nation as a whole. Moreover, it appears that any ruler who rises in Israel
has the status of a king
for a number of rules of a king,
especially those that relate to leading the people." I.e., when there is
no king, his rights are
transferred to the people, and they establish a leader, who has many of the
rules of a king.
referendum they will all cry out
Yisraeli adds three limitations to this. First: The fill-in does not have to
be the head of the Sanhedrin,
even though all the examples that we gave were judges – Moshe, Yehoshua and
the shoftim. It is preferable, but not necessary. Where does he know this
from? The Gemara says that
three kalei olam" became leaders
Gideon Yiftach and Shimshon. If the Gemara refers to them as such, they could
not be the heads of Sanhedrin,
but since they served as the leader – they received the authority of the king.
The second point: When we appoint the head of Sanhedrin,
or other leader, as substitute for the king
– he needs an official ceremony of appointment. The third point: This
appointment is only by those who appoint the king.
does he have to say this? Because although the Rambam can be explained based
on the Ran, the Rambam derives from Yehoshua the procedure
for appointing a king.
So although we explained that Yehoshua was only substituting for the king,
still there is need for the same procedure
as appointing a king. And
if Yehoshua was appointed by a prophet and Sanhedrin
– it must be that a king is
appointed in same way.
on this we can understand the Sforno who writes that a king
passes on his monarchy to his children, whereas a shofet does not:
"He alone rules (moleich) and not his descendents." Why does
the shofet not transmit to his descendents? And what does he mean
"moleich?" Based on the Ran we understand this well. When
there is no king –
the shofet rules. But this he does not transmit to his sons, since this
in only a temporary office as a substitute. The role of shofet he
transmits, but not the authority of king.
can now begin to address our issue. The Rambam writes that
we appoint a king only by a prophet
and the Sanhedrin.
of Jesus the Alpha and Omega
1: And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.
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2: And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.
3: And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.
ben satan, the Son of perdition, false king, false Prophet
4: And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?
5: And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months.
6: And he opened his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven.
7: And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
8: And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
9: If any man have an ear, let him hear.
3: So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.
Noahide Religion to satan, One World Church of apostasy of the sanhedrin in
that whore city Jerusalem who whores after the Babylonian shekinah plural
polytheistic gods, who are no GOD
4: And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:
5: And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.
6: And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.
her father is the murderer since the beginning and the lust of their father
7: And the angel said unto me, Wherefore didst thou marvel? I will tell thee the mystery of the woman, and of the beast that carrieth her, which hath the seven heads and ten horns.
8: The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is.
replicating the suffering servant, but of deception
9: And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman
the city of seven Mountains.....not hills
10: And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space.
hassidic rebbes of the Chabad Lubavitchers....Sanhedrin
11: And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition.
say Schneerson of the US HJR 104, PL 102-14 Noahide Laws is soon to be
resurrected.....but they will lie about this too, for they are of their father
12: And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.
VILNA GA'ON (ibid.) supports Rashi's interpretation. He explains that when
Sanhedrin sat, ten (of the most important members) sat in the middle of the
group, and they were surrounded by the other sixty. These are the "sixty
mighty men *around* the bed of Shlomo. (The ten in the
middle correspond to the seven "Ro'ei Pnei ha'Melech" and three
"Shomrei ha'Saf," who are closest to the king, in a king's court --
and in the king of king's court -- see Megilah 23a. The verse in II Melachem
25:19, which associates these authoritative members of the king's court with
sixty other men, is discussing the members of the Sanhedrin.
13: These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.
14: These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.
15: And he saith unto me, The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues.
16: And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the
whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with
17: For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his
will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.
18: And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.
I beheld another beast coming up out of the
earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.
12: And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which
dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.
13: And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men,
14: And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast;
saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live.
15: And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that
as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.
16: And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
18: Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
name Ben David
is Tet King, 9
is Tzadik, 90
is the final Tzadik, 900
we don't find that the shoftim, who served as kings, were appointed by a
prophet and Sanhedrin of
seventy-one! In truth, this question applies also to the
kings of the Second Temple,
into the Wall Ezekiel the PROPHET OF GOD and see the Abominations the seventy
ancients of the House of ISREALHELL do
there was no longer a prophet.
Kook discusses whether perhaps the need for a prophet is only lechetchila,
whereas the need for Sanhedrin
is even bedieved.
others ask that the Rambam mentions the two criteria without distinguishing
between them at all.
you should suggest that the kings of the second Temple were not actually
considered kings – we see from Gemara not so. The Gemara relates that Agripas
moved aside to allow a bride to pass and asks how he could do this, since a king
cannot forego his honor. (Ketuvot 17a) He also read from the Torah at the Hakhel
ceremony. (Sotah 41a)We see that the Gemara considers Agripas
a real king! Although Agripas was not
allowed to be king, since only
his mother was Jewish, Tosfot writes that they treated him as a king.
If so, certainly the kings of Second Temple had the status of king.
Ramban postulates that when it says "asher yivchar Hashem Elokecha bo,"
i.e., by the prophet – this is only if possible to do so. The intention of
the pasuk is as Chazal write (Bava Batra 91b): "Even the official in charge
of the well is appointed from heaven" – that every public office is
declared in heaven. However, the Rambam implies that a prophet and Sanhedrin
are required – even bedieved, so how can it be?
the other hand, we find the choice of king
not by a prophet.
I beheld another beast coming up out of the
earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.
king comes before this False Prophet
(Sanhedrin 20b) asks, why
was Achav punished for taking the field of Navot by force, since it says in the mishpat
hamelech in Shmuel that the king
is allowed to take the fields of his subjects? Tosfot gives a number of answers,
the last of which is that only a king
who rules over both Yisrael and Yehuda,
and by G-d – has these rights, whereas Achav did not rule over all of
Israel and not by G-d. This sounds like Achav was not a complete king,
and hence the mishpat hamelech in Shmuel doesn't apply to him. However,
the Aruch Laner writes that this is only as far as the royal privileges
mentioned in Shmuel, but not as far as laws of the king
in Parshat Mishpatim: "Appoint a king
over you!" – which discuss the attitude and honor towards a king.
This applies even to a king
like Achav, as the Gemara (Zevachim 102a) indicates that Eliyahu ran before
Achav in order to show him honor. Furthermore, the Gemara in Sanhedrin
(48b) learns from Achav
that the property of one who is condemned as a mored bemalchut goes to
his Bar Mitzvah (Law) Attorn-ies (taken from the people and given to the KING
did Achav become king? He
inherited the throne from his father, Omri.
Mt:21:38: But when the husbandmen saw the son, they said among themselves, This is the heir; come, let us kill him, and let us seize on his inheritance.
Rv:21:7: He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.
1Tm:6:15: Which in his times he shall shew, who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord of lords;
did his father become king?
He also was not appointed by a prophet. Rather, it says in Melachim I (16:21-22)
that the people were divided between Tivni and Omri, and the supporters of Omri
prevailed. Thus, how did become king?
Because most of the people were behind him. But what
about the need for a prophet and the Sanhedrin?!
see that there are two kinds of appointments for kingship: 1) through the
prophet and Sanhedrin,
and 2) through the desire of the people.
Radvaz in Hil. Melachim (3:8) writes: Who is considered a king
so that there is a rule of mored bemalchut? Either
one who is appointed by a prophet or one that all of Israel agree upon.
explanation of this is: when appointing a king
without asking the people –
it must be through a prophet and Sanhedrin;
but when asking the people – there is no need. At first Omri and Tivni were
equal, and then Omri gained the support of the majority.
example of this principle of asking the people is that we
don't go out to a war of reshut (optional) without the consulting the Sanhedrin.
the Meiri writes that this is when we don't have the approval of the people, but
if people want – there is no need to consult. This is a very important point.
Some people ask, based on what can the Israeli government declare war without Sanhedrin?
The classical answer is that it is not a war of reshut, but of mitzvah.
But how can they initiate war? Based on this Meiri, we don’t need to answer
this way, since if the people want – they can go to war. Who is "the
people?" The leader that the people choose.
People of Greater ISREALHELL of USA accepted Heil Bushkevik, His hassidim and
His wars of Noahide Demonicrazy, Via HJR 104, PL 102-14, in which Bush's own
father said if the people knew what they have done they would all be hanged
whole idea of elections is a means to know what the people want; who they are
willing to appoint as a leader over them? This is a fully legitimate means to
appoint the king, or, in
the absence of a king,
his substitute, as the Ran writes. Rav Kook writes that the people have the
right to appoint a leader that has many of the laws of king.
Even though he does not have the privileges mentioned in Shmuel, the required
honor and the notion of mored bemalchut apply even to someone like Achav.
far as non-Jewish representatives, there is a big problem. Rav Herzog
deals with this at length. He consulted with Rav Chaim Ozer in Vilna what can be
done in the modern world, when
we cannot openly declare non-Jews as secondary citizens.
Ozer alluded to this Ran, and Rav Herzog discusses whether it is applicable.)
is an important source for the need to consult with the people in the Gemara (Brachot
Yitzchak said: We do not appoint a leader over the community without consulting
with the people, as it says, "See, G-d called in the name of Bezalel."
said to Moshe: Moshe, is Bezalel acceptable to you?
[Moshe] said to Him: Master of the Universe! If he is acceptable to you –
certainly to me!
[G-d] said to him: Even so, go and tell them.
He went and said to Israel: Is Bezalel acceptable to you?
They said to him: If he is acceptable to G-d and to you – certainly to us!
Prophet of God the Father appointed BUSH
Kook, in Ein Aya, explains what the three stages were. A leader needs
three qualities: First, he needs inner character – sanctity, purity and
morality. Second, he needs pragmatic ability to lead the people. Third,
he needs external impression – ability of speech, etc. (what we call charisma).
However, the three are not equal. The first and most important quality, only G-d
knows. The second quality, people can judge, but not everyone. The third, and
least important, everyone can tell. Therefore, first G-d gave his approval,
indicating the first quality, then Moshe, and then the people. Unfortunately,
nowadays the order is reversed, and people focus on
external qualities first.
is the source for the need to ask the people's opinion. There are many responsa
about this. For example, the Mordechai (Bava Kama #107) writes that one is not
allowed to appoint a chazzan against the will of the people. He cites a case
that a chazzan was appointed by the local gentile official, and the chazzan
threw the turban back at him and said, "You won't appoint me over the
service of our G-d!" The
Tashbetz deals with a case in which a worthy person (samuch umufla) was
appointed as Dayan by a gadol hador without asking the people's consent.
Revolution In 5762
passed. On the one hand, world-wide terror increased. On the other hand, the
world continued to progress towards the time of the Rebbe Mendel
the Rebbe arranged
it so that Bush’s son
would become president too and complete what his
By Rabbi Naftali
responded that the gadol erred and should have consulted with people, since even
G-d doesn’t appoint without consulting with people, as it says,
"See, G-d called in the name of Bezalel." Thus, not only an
appointment by a gentile, but even a gadol hador who appointed a worthy person
was reprimanded for not consulting with the people. We see this from Gemara,
that even when Moshe appointed Bezalel, whom everyone knew was worthy – still,
G-d told Moshe to go and consult with the people.
the Chatam Sofer writes that this Rav, even if he is great, did not do properly
to go stronghanded. Where is his wisdom in the Talmud,
which says, "We do not appoint a leader over the community without
consulting with the people," even though Bezalel was full of wisdom?
So how could any person be appointed without asking the
consent of the majority of the community!
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asked: Is authority inherited? We see that we need the agreement of people.
Even though the monarchy is inherited, and the son has priority, and it
is recommended that the people accept him – still, we do not go against the
will of the people, and if they don't want him, we may not appoint him.
Shulchan Aruch (O.C. 53:19) writes about a sheliach tzibbur that even an
individual can protest. The Rama qualifies that he needs a proper reason. The
Magen Avraham writes that this applies not only to a chazzan, but to any public
position. The Achronim ask, but how can we expect
unanimous agreement? Rather, we must follow the majority, especially
nowadays that the objection is often not for proper reasons, but in spite, just
to say the opposite. So we must follow the majority.
idea of the majority of the people applies not only to the appointment of a
public position, but also for decrees of Chachamim. The Sages have the right
institute decrees. The Rambam writes that the Sages have authority in three
areas: "Al pi haTorah asher yorucha – this refers to decrees that
lead the people to strengthen their religious observance; "ve'al
hamishpat" – what they derive from the 13 principle of
expounding; "lo tasur min hadavar asher yagidu lecha" – what
they heard based on oral tradition back to Moshe Rabbeinu.
Nevertheless, the Rambam writes that the Sages need to consider carefully the
decrees that they declare, whether most of the people can uphold them or not. We
never declare a decree unless the people are able to withstand it.
Noahide Laws unto satan, 102 Congress, 1991 HJR 104, PL 102-14
a survey – if they can't, don't decree. Moreover, even if they already
declared, and later find out that the people are not able to uphold it – we
though there is rule that a Beit Din cannot abolish the words of another Beit
Din unless it is greater in wisdom and number, when people cannot uphold the
decree – we don't need them to be greater in wisdom and number.
is basis for this in the Gemara (Avoda Zara 36a), regarding the decree against
the bread, wine and oil of gentiles.
Sages found that the decree against oil did not spread, and abolished it, since
"we do not declare a decree on the community unless most of the community
can uphold it." The Rambam also writes. "If they thought that it
spread, and it stood this way for many years, and much later a Beit Din checked
and saw that it didn't spread – it has the right to abolish it, even if lesser
in wisdom and number." The Gemara bases this on the pasuk in Malachi (3:9):
"You steal from Me, the entire people." What does it mean, "the
entire people?" Chazal explain: If there is "the entire people"
– yes, if not – no. Tosfot writes that we do not say that it turns out
retroactively that the decree never existed, but rather what was – was, just
that we don't need a greater Beit Din, and can abolish it from now on.
sons of Eli the High Priest who robbed the Tithes of the People in the House of
Rambam writes that one who prohibits oil nowadays, is "in violation of a
great sin." Just as one cannot allow something prohibited, so, too, one
cannot prohibit something allowed. The Ha'amek Davar writes at length in the end
of Parshat Shemini, based on the pesukim there, that one cannot prohibit
something that is allowed. We shouldn't always say, "I don't know – let's
be stringent." We have to try to clarify the halacha, and if it is allowed
– we are not allowed to prohibit it.]
what emerges it that this whole idea of elections, which we thought was learned
from the gentiles, has sources in the Torah. Every appointment has to be done
through asking the people, and the will of the people is what determines.
must remember what is says in the end of Sefer Devarim (30:15-19): "See I
have placed before you today the life and the good and the death and the evil
... choose life, so that you and your descendents shall live." When we go
to vote – we must vote for something that will bring life to Am Yisrael
has made a Covenant with Death and Hell and their Judeao-Churchaproselytes with
Jer:33:17: For thus saith the LORD;
David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel;
Jer:36:30: Therefore thus saith the LORD of Jehoiakim king of Judah;
He shall have none to sit upon the throne of David: and his dead body shall be cast out in the day to the heat, and in the night to the frost.
Beware the TIME is NOW
The Mekhilta (parashat Bo) informs us, "Until David was
chosen, all Jews were worthy for royalty; once he was
chosen, all the rest of the nation was excluded." Even more
startling are the statements of the Rambam himself (Sefer Ha-mitzvot,
prohibition 362): "Anyone who comes from a family other than the house of
Shlomo . (Solomon the Apostate) .. in
terms of malkhut is considered a foreigner (nokhri) just as anyone who isn't a
kohen is considered a stranger (zar) in terms of service in the
With this, the Rambam extends the prohibition of "You
may not appoint upon yourself a foreign man (ish nokhri)," which
conventionally is taken to mean that you may not appoint a Gentile or a convert
as king, to include non-Davidic
No Scofield apostates he is no Gentile
He equates non-Davidic kings with non-kohanim - in each case
underscoring their utter incompatibility or incongruity with the particular
office. Similar sentiments and similar exclusion of non-Davidic kings can be
found in the Rambam's Commentary to the Mishna (Sanhedrin
2:3). This apparently contradicts what was stated earlier that "kings of
Yisrael" have the status of king
and that all the laws of royalty apply to them!
Thus the King of the North fights
against the king of the south to place their KING head
When the Rambam describes the status of non-Davidic kings as
"nokhri," he clearly stresses their exclusion from the concept of
malkhut. The same language can be found in Hilkhot Melakhim (1:8-9) when he says
that even though a monarch of the Northern Kingdom has
legitimacy, nevertheless "MALKHUT primarily belongs to the House of
Jesus the Christ the LION of JUDAH is
the ONLY LORD KING of KING....sorry Dan Bushkevik
Jer:33:17: For thus saith the LORD;
David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel;
There can be a melekh from other tribes, but no
family dynasty which sees the throne pass eternally through the family.
Indeed, throughout Tanakh we notice that children of malkhei Yisrael inherited
their father's throne. This does not reflect the presence of malkhut - a
dynastic political entity which automatically passes through the generations.
Instead, it reflects another halakha - any public position is inherited by a son
(known as the law of serara). The office of king
is no worse than any other position and is hereditary. This does not, however,
constitute malkhut, which is a familial reality independent of any particular
individual. Malkhei Yisrael seem to present an instance of melekh without
Bush the Nasi of the generation
A second example of melekh without malkhut might relate to the
Nasi, the Jewish "prince" - the
reigning Jewish leader at times when Jewish sovereignty was absent. He was
afforded the status of king
regarding several laws - among them he is required to offer the special chatat
sacrifice of a melekh. This suggests a partial status of melekh. Yet once the
malkhut had been suspended, as it was at the time of destruction of the Temple,
it would be very difficult to conceive of an enduring concept of malkhut. The
Nasi might reflect an additional instance of melekh without a malkhut.
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passed. On the one hand, world-wide terror increased. On the other hand, the
world continued to progress towards the time of the Rebbe Mendel
the Rebbe arranged
it so that Bush’s son
would become president too and complete what his
By Rabbi Naftali
The Curse of the Law
Its groups of laws are five, and this is their order:
Laws of the Sanhedrin and the Penalties
Under Their Jurisdiction, Laws of Evidence, Laws of Rebels, Laws of
Mourning, Laws of Kings and Wars
Laws of the Sanhedrin
and the Penalties Under Their Jurisdiction include thirty commandments, ten
positive commandments and twenty negative commandments, which are: (1) to
appoint judges; (2) not to appoint a judge who does not know the way of
judgment; (3) to follow the majority, when the judges differ in opinion; (4) not
to execute the accused if there is only a bare majority for conviction, but
rather when there is at least a majority of two; (5) that one who has argued for
acquittal shall not later argue for conviction in capital cases; (6) to execute
by stoning; (7) to execute by burning; (8) to execute by decapitation with a
sword; (9) to execute by strangling; (10) to hang; (11) to bury the executed on
the day of his execution; (12) not to let his body remain overnight; (13) not to
allow a sorcerer to live; (14) to whip the wicked; (15) not to exceed the
maximum number of whippings; (16) not to execute the innocent on circumstantial
evidence; (17) not to punish one who committed an offence under duress; (18) not
to show pity for one who kills another person or injures him; (19) not to show
compassion to a poor person in a trial; (20) not to show respect to an important
person in a trial; (21) not to decide against a habitual transgressor, even
though he is a sinner; (22) not to do injustice in a judgment; (23) not to
pervert the judgment of a convert or orphan; (24) to judge righteously; (25) not
to fear when judging a violent person; (26) not to take a bribe; (27) not to
receive a baseless report; (28) not to curse judges; (29)
not to curse a king or head of Sanhedrin;
(30) not to curse any other worthy Israelite.
Laws of Creditor and Debtor include twelve commandments, four
positive commandments and eight negative commandments, which are: (1) to
lend to the poor and needy; (2) not to press him; (3) to
press the Gentile; (4) that one shall not take a pledge by force; (5) to
return the pledge to its owner, when he needs it; (6) not to delay return of the
pledge to a poor owner, when he needs it; (7) not to exact a pledge from a
widow; (8) not to take in pledge utensils used in preparing food; (9) that the
lender shall not loan at interest; (10) that the borrower shall not borrow at
interest; (11) that a person shall not provide services between lender and
borrower in a loan at interest, neither to serve as witness between them, nor to
write the loan document, nor to act as a guarantor; (12) to
borrow from the Gentile and loan him at interest.
Laws of Kings and Wars include twenty-three commandments, ten
positive commandments and thirteen negative commandments, which are: (1) to
appoint a king from among the
Israelites; (2) not to appoint him from the community of converts; (3)
that he shall not have many wives; (4) that he shall not have many horses; (5)
that he shall not have much gold and silver; (6) to
exterminate the seven Canaanite peoples; (7) not to
let a single one of them live; (8) to wipe out the seed of Amalek; (9) to
remember what Amalek did; (10) not to forget his evil deeds and his ambush on
the way; (11) not to dwell in the Land of Egypt; (12) to offer peace to the
inhabitants of a city when besieging it, and to deal with it in the way set out
in the Torah, according as it makes peace or does not; (13) not to seek peace
with Ammon and Moab, when besieging them; (14) not to destroy fruit trees in a
siege; (15) to prepare a latrine so that members of the camp shall go out there
to excrete; (16) to prepare a stake to dig with; (17) to anoint a priest to
speak to the men of the army in time of war; (18) for a man who has espoused a
wife, built a house, or planted a vineyard to rejoice in their new acquisitions
a full year, and they are sent back home from the war; (19) that they shall not
be pressed into any service, and not even to go out for the needs of the city,
the needs of the troops, nor the like; (20) not to be frightened nor retreat in
time of war; (21) the rule for a beautiful woman taken captive in war; (22) that
she is not to be sold; (23) that one shall not enslave her
after having sexual relations with her.
Laws of the Nazarite include ten commandments, two positive
commandments and eight negative commandments, which are: (1) that the
Nazarite shall let his hair grow long; (2) that he shall not cut his hair all
the days of his Nazariteship; (3) that the Nazarite shall not drink wine nor a
mixture with wine, not even their vinegar; (4) that he shall not eat fresh
grapes; (5) that he shall not eat raisins; (6) that he shall not eat grape
seeds; (7) that he shall not eat grape skins; (8) that he shall not enter under
any covering where there is a corpse; (9) that he shall not become unclean from
a corpse; (10) that he shall shave off his hair when bringing his sacrifices,
when he completes his Nazariteship or when he becomes unclean.
Jesus the Christ the IAMHE is
But not for the obedient
Laws of Idolatry and Gentile Customs include fifty-one
commandments, two positive commandments and forty-nine negative commandments,
which are: (1) not to turn to idolatry; (2) not to stray after thoughts of
the heart and sights of the eyes; (3) not to blaspheme; (4) not to worship an
object of idolatry in its normal way; (5) not to prostrate oneself before it;
(6) not to make a graven image for oneself; (7) not to make a graven image even
for others; (8) not to make figures even for decoration; (9) not to proselytize
others after it; (10) to burn a city that has been proselytized over to
idolatry; (11) not to rebuild it; (12) not to benefit from any of its property;
(13) not to entice an individual to worship it; (14) not to love the enticer;
(15) not to leave off hating him; (16) not to save him; (17) not to plead for
his acquittal; (18) not to refrain from pleading for his conviction; (19) not to
prophesy in its name; (20) not to listen to one who prophesies in its name; (21)
not to prophesy falsely, even in the name of the LORD; (22) not to fear killing
a false prophet; (23) not to swear in the name of idolatry; (24) not to divine
by consulting ghosts; (25) not to resort to familiar spirits; (26) not to turn
over to Molech; (27) not to set up a pillar; (28) not to prostrate oneself on a
figured stone; (29) not to plant a tree for worship; (30) to destroy an object
of idolatry and everything made for it; (31) not to benefit from a object of
idolatry or its accessories; (32) not to benefit from the coverings of anything
worshipped; (33) not to make a covenant with idolaters; (34) not to show them
favor; (35) that they must not settle in our land; (36) not to imitate their
customs or their dress; (37) not to practice divination; (38) not to practice
black magic; (39) not to practice soothsaying; (40) not to practice the
charmer's art; (41) not to enquire of the dead; (42) not to consult a ghost;
(43) not to consult a familiar spirit; (44) not to practice witchcraft; (45) not
to shave the corners of the head; (46) not to remove the corners of the beard;
(47) that a man shall not wear the attire of a woman; (48) that a woman shall
not wear the attire of a man; (49) not to tatoo the body; (50) not to cut
oneself; (51) not to make a bald spot for the dead.
Excerpt from the hassidim
Vipers of zion's elders the "masters" of Illumination, Protocols
10. The GOYIM have lost the habit of thinking unless prompted
by the suggestions of our specialists. Therefore they do not see the urgent
necessity of what we, when our kingdom comes, shall adopt at once, namely this, that
IT IS ESSENTIAL TO TEACH IN NATIONAL SCHOOLS
ONE SIMPLE, TRUE PIECE OF KNOWLEDGE, THE BASIS OF ALL KNOWLEDGE - THE KNOWLEDGE
OF THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN LIFE, OF SOCIAL EXISTENCE, WHICH REQUIRES DIVISION OF
LABOR, AND, CONSEQUENTLY, THE DIVISION OF MEN INTO CLASSES AND CONDITIONS.
It is essential for all to know that OWING TO DIFFERENCE IN THE OBJECTS OF HUMAN
ACTIVITY THERE CANNOT BE ANY EQUALITY, that he, who by any act of his
compromises a whole class, cannot be equally responsible before the law with him
who affects no one but only his own honor. The true knowledge of the structure
of society, into the secrets of which we do not admit the GOYIM, would
demonstrate to all men that the positions and work must be kept within a certain
circle, that they may not become a source of human suffering, arising from an
education which does not correspond with the work which individuals are called
upon to do. After a thorough study of this knowledge, the peoples will
voluntarily submit to authority and accept such position as is appointed them in
the State. In the present state of knowledge and the
direction we have given to its development of the people, blindly
believing things in print - cherishes - thanks to promptings intended to mislead
and to its own ignorance - a blind hatred towards all conditions which it
considers above itself, for it has no understanding of the meaning of class and
8. Who is going to verify what is taught in
the village schools? But what an
envoy of the government or a king on his throne himself may say cannot but
become immediately known to the whole State, for it will be spread abroad by the
voice of the people.
9. In order to annihilate the institutions of the GOYIM
before it is time we have touched them with craft and delicacy, and have taken
hold of the ends of the springs which move their mechanism. These springs lay in
a strict but just sense of order; we have replaced them by the chaotic license
of liberalism. We have got our hands into the administration of the law, into
the conduct of elections, into the press, into liberty of the person, BUT
PRINCIPALLY INTO EDUCATION AND TRAINING AS BEING THE CORNERSTONES OF A FREE
CHRISTIAN YOUTH DESTROYED
10. WE HAVE FOOLED, BEMUSED AND CORRUPTED THE YOUTH OF THE
"GOYIM" BY REARING THEM IN PRINCIPLES AND THEORIES WHICH ARE KNOWN TO
US TO BE FALSE ALTHOUGH IT IS THAT THEY HAVE BEEN INCULCATED.
11. Above the existing laws without substantially altering
them, and by merely twisting them into contradictions of interpretations, we
have erected something grandiose in the way of results. These results found
expression in the fact that the INTERPRETATIONS MASKED THE LAW: afterwards they
entirely hid them from the eyes of the governments owing to the impossibility of
making anything out of the tangled web of legislation.
12. This is the origin of the theory of course of
13. You may say that the GOYIM will rise upon us, arms in
hand, if they guess what is going on before the time comes; but in the West we
have against this a maneuver of such appalling terror that the very stoutest
hearts quail - the undergrounds, metropolitans, those subterranean corridors
which, before the time comes, will be driven under all the capitals and from
whence those capitals will be blown into the air with all their organizations
Continue to build joint activities with special emphasis on creating
partnerships between education and business.
A. Plan International Education Day
B. Next meeting - September 4 and 5, 2003
C. Steering Committee – formalize the US team
- Tony Carnevale
- Diana Carew
- Tom Seepe
- Ron Robertson
- Mark Tucker
Global school Noahide enforcement
They have ripped Jesus the
Christ out of your apostate schools and replaced him with their Murderer non
Public Law 102-14
102d CONGRESS, 1st Session
H. J. RES. 104
To designate March 26, 1991, as `Education
Day , U.S.A.
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
Whereas without these ethical values and principles the
edifice of civilization stands in serious peril of returning to chaos;
for if mankind do not accept them and their
ROBBER, they will all be slain
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
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of
the United States of America in Congress assembled, That March 26, 1991,
the start of the ninetieth year of Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, leader of the
worldwide Lubavitch movement, is designated as `Education
'. The President is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the people
of the United States to observe such day
with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
Approved March 20, 1991. Signed by George Bush, President of
the United States of America
April 7, 1998
Nissan 11, 5758
America's strength lies in her human resources, and in the
freedom and tolerance that enable these resources to blossom.
is the first and foremost vehicle of fostering these most basic and
inexhaustible national resources.
Our challenge is to create an educational system that promotes
warmth, love, joy, and disciplined freedom, spurring all to develop their
G-d-given potential and dedicate themselves to a life of positive activity.
Rabbi Menachem M.
Magazine, Tammuz 5755
No true education
can leave out the moral and spiritual dimensions of human life and human
Rabbi Menachem M.
in a letter to President Ronald Reagan, 10 Iyar 5746/May 19,
does not stop at the school gates. It is not a business, run on a time-clock. It
is a vocation, a sacred calling, the molding of future generations. In practical
terms, schools must arrange programs for their students after school
hours. This does not necessarily mean extra hours of study. Rather, activities
which are enjoyable, while simultaneously reinforcing the concepts learned at
school. It does not really matter which activities are chosen, as long as they
are wholesome, good for the soul as well as the body.
The goal is to ensure that every moment of a child's life is
occupied with positive actions.
Rabbi Menachem M.
After School Hours
Student's Translation / adapted from a sicha 19 Kislev 5742
The Rebbe has been sending messengers from one lost person to
another, telling each of these people who they are. "You are not animals.
You are human beings."
"Look within yourself and you will see that you are far
better than you imagined. Just look. Open your eyes."
The Rebbe said to everybody: "You can be better. You can
be far better. You just have to let yourself."
This is the story and secret of your own being. It is not like
climbing a big mountain. It is just allowing your soul to speak.
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz
At The George Washington University
Educating Our Youth
is not merely the transfer of information and skills, but more importantly, the
communication of values and character traits which parents and grandparents have
learned through their studies and life experience.
Ideally, morality and ethics, learning right from wrong, are
taught at home. Unfortunately, many parents today do not or cannot provide such
an education, so the
responsibility falls on the shoulders of the public school system.
American families share a core of beliefs. This country was
born on the foundation of what we print on our dollar bills: "In G-d We
Right along with the star of Molech and the Pharaic
Cheops of satan
As in the business world, where assets are given to
another to be held in trust, we Americans are confident that every detail of our
lives can be safely entrusted to G-d. The G-d in Whom we trust commanded us in
the Bible to respect parents, and He warned us against robbery, murder, and even
covetousness. The educational system of our great nation was founded on these
For twenty years (since 1978), Congress and
each President have designated the day
which is four days before the Jewish holiday of Passover as "Education
They have called upon us to renew our national commitment to education
that embraces the moral and ethical values which are the cornerstone of
Passover and Education
The holiday dinner on the night of Passover is organized
around teaching Jewish children faith in G-d and answering
their questions. The order of the night is to climb fifteen steps of awareness
that lead to spiritual freedom.
The fourth cup of wine is poured after everyone has finished
eating and said Grace. The time is generally after midnight, but two more steps
remain. The front door is opened without fear as a demonstration that "In
G-d We Trust." True, these actual words are not in the prayer book, but
King David composed a similar phrase thousands of years ago -- "Ye who fear
the L-rd, trust in the L-rd . . ." (Psalms 115:11).
A Moment of Silence
OUT with Prayer, in with Babylonian
candlelight vigils and moment of NOTHING to a NON god of the N-one
No true education
can leave out the moral and spiritual dimensions of human life and human
striving. It is abundantly clear to educators and law-enforcement agents that
neither intimidation nor threat of punishment can foster a deep sense of moral
obligation. This can only come through the knowledge -- through education
-- that there is an "Eye that sees and an Ear that hears" to Whom we
are all accountable and in Whom we all trust.
When schools establish a "Moment of Silence" at the
start of the school day,
children have the opportunity to think about the most important things in their
lives as instructed by their parents. Each child is free to use this reflection
time without teacher, supervisor, or government intervention.
BUT no Praying