The would-be leaders of new theocracy:
- Want to abolish Christmas,
- Call Christians "idol worshippers,"
- Demand Christians give up their religion or be put to death,
- Preach that Jesus practiced sorcery, worshipped stone idols, and was sexually immoral,
- Want to establish a caste system in the US based on heredity and religion,
- Want to force US citizens to embrace a synthesized "religion" invented for a servant class.
This may sound incredible, but it is as real as the ground beneath your feet, and as serious as a heart attack. I can document everything I have said. Let me fill you in on the details.
The would-be theocratic leaders that Congress and our presidents have been promoting are members of a sect called Chabad Lubavitch, headquartered in Brooklyn, New York. Chabad, (sometimes spelled "Habad"), is an acronym for three Hebrew words: Chochma, Binah and Daas, which mean "wisdom, understanding and knowledge." Chabad and Lubavitch are functionally synonymous. Chabad describes the movement; Lubavitch is the name of the town (sometimes said to be in Lithuania, sometimes in Russia) where the movement was headquartered during the nineteenth century.
Lubavitchers are a subset of the Hasidic (sometimes spelled "Chasidic") Jews. Doctrinally, Hasidic Jews rely on the Talmud, on the Zohar (the basic book of kabbalah or "calabah"), and on the Tanya (or "Hatanya") written by the founder of the Chabad Lubavitch Hasidics, Rabbi Shneur Zalman. [See Footnote 1 .]
The Chabad Lubavitchers also rely on the works of renowned Jewish teachers such as Maimonides. Of course they rely on the Torah; but note that the word "Torah," in Jewish religious discourse, is somewhat elastic; it can denote (1) the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Old Testament), (2) the Old Testament in its entirety, (3) the Old Testament in its entirety, and the Talmud, and (4) the entire body of Jewish religious literature.
Reviewing the above, we can see that, doctrinally, Lubavitchers are not an aberration within Judaism. They are as much part of Judaism as the Dominicans are part of the Roman Catholic Church. It would be misleading to call the Lubavitch movement a "cult" as some have done, without so naming mainstream Orthodox Judaism. ..READ MORE HERE...http://www.public-action.com/christmas.html