- The First Ten Amendments to the U.S. Constitution are
called the U.S. Bill of Rights. The law expressly forbids the establishment
of a state church. This is the only legal rule of law in the United States.
The original Bill of Rights is a ONE PAGE document. Any literate second-grader
can read it. The Jewish-Egyptian Talmud is enormous, it includes mysticism
and unwritten, hidden texts, and much of the discourse about it is only
written in Hebrew and practiced in Eqyptian secret ceremonies that worship
the Light Being.
- Noson Gurary, a Lubavitch rabbi insists "Jewish
law is the basis of our legal system in America," but that's not entirely
true. Property Rights, Common Law, Natural Law, and the need to protect
individuals from tyrants is the basis for the legal system in America.
American law was designed to protect the people from their government.
Jewish law is not American law, it's Israeli law. It's also a vast, ancient
library that claims the Jews are God's "chosen people." It has
another set of laws for non-Jews who must obey a complex set of confusing
rules and regulations that give control over all daily life functions to
an agent of the Jewish "court." Much like the religious "law"
practiced by priests in the Holy Roman Empire and the Protestant Churches
in Europe, Jewish law does not protect the rights and liberties of the
common born man (as does U.S. law), it protects the rights of their elites
to confiscate all private land and direct the lives of the people placed
under their "care."
- U.S. law is also based partially in American colonial
understanding of the Old Testament and the amendment to that law, known
as the New Testament. Jewish law was modified and changed by the Son of
God Himself, known to world as Jesus Christ. Jewish law is not anywhere
near the same as the principles for Christian Biblical law. Jesus spent
a lot of time arguing against Jewish law. Christ challenged the authority
of the Jewish rabbis and taught His followers a more peaceful path to Heaven.
Old Testament Jews (and the early Catholic Church) regularly slaughtered
their enemies (as directed by the vengeful God of the Old Testament) and
brutally enforced their religious rules and laws against their common membership.
Jesus was brutally tortured and crucified for breaking Jewish Law. (There
is much Christian scholarship regarding Christ's discourse with the Pharisees.
Bobby Garner's recent studies have uncovered many interesting aspects to
these great "debates.")
- The American founders (many of whom were devoutly religious
freemasons) believed in a Universal Creator. The Creator of all life was
called "God" by almost all of the American founders. They established
every common man's inalienable right to pursue a happy life comes directly
from God the moment man is born. Many founders further believed that only
a nation based in Christian principles and the Ten Commandments could survive
as a form of government designed to protect God-given, natural rights.
- For two hundred years testimony in American courtrooms
was sworn to be true with one hand over the heart and the other hand on
a copy of the Christian Bible. "Do you swear to tell the truth, the
whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?" Was the
question asked by every American court. That's because almost all Americans
are raised to understand (and obey) the Ten Commandments. Only a handful
of Americans have any idea what the Talmud is. There are also only a handful
of Jews who know all the laws included in the Talmud.
- Let's repeat the above Bush quote again. "As we
face new challenges and welcome new opportunities, our society must continue
to promote good character and strong values. Through the study and teaching
of Jewish law and philosophy you are contributing to a growing culture
of service, citizenship, and responsibility in America," Bush wrote."
This quote by Bush explains the "new" communitarian ideology
of Americans' need for assigned, mandatory community service, the new requirements
for American citizenship based only in communitarian values,
and the new responsibility all Americans have to the emerging communitarian
collective government. U.S. rule of law is rapidly changing on many different
- Schools across our nation can no longer celebrate Christian
holidays ("Merry Christmas" is considered politically incorrect.)
All American children, including the Christians, are forced to worship
the pagan Earth Goddess (Earth Day) in public schools. The U.N. International
Court at the Hague is also home to the Temple of Understanding. Etzioni's
new communitarian idea of "community spirit" is based in
the Talmud, Hegel, and the theosophical ideas expressed by Madame Blavatsky
and Alister Crowley. They, along with many other gurus, introduced Americans
to the worship of Lucifer as the ultimate "light being." One
Thousand Points of Light is a whole program based on Satanic "community
oriented" principles. While I don't approve or condone these wacko
belief systems, it was never a concern of mine if others practiced them,
as long as they didn;t harm anyone as part of their creepy rituals. But
in a communitarianized Amerika, we'll all be required to bow before a court
enforcing Talmudic, communitarian laws.
- In a recent CNN poll, over 80% of American respondents
voted to keep the words "One nation under God" in the Pledge
of Alliegance, and the words "In God We Trust" on Federal Reserve
Notes. Yet, for some reason American justices of the peace can no longer
hang the Ten Commandments in their halls of justice.
- We find all this Talmudic Law "balancing" very
amazing considering what's happened to Judge Moore who refused
to follow a court ruling that decided he must remove a monument of the
Ten Commandments in the Alabama state Supreme courthouse. In our layman's
opinion, we think the Torah and the Biblical Old Testament are what most
Christians understand to be Judaic law. Others tell us Judaism is not a
religion, it is law religionized. The Talmud is the controversy, even though
Judaic-Talmudic law includes several books that include the Old Testament-Torah.
Not only was the Old Testament "word of God" modified and edited
by scholars throughout the centuries, portions of the Talmud were never
written down, they contained secrets passed orally only to elite initiates
(much like Freemasonry). As with the Christians and the many very different
denominations that represent it, the Torah-Talmud is also an area of contention
among the varieties of Jewish people. The key factor to Talmudic law is
that it is not fixed law, it is constantly challenged and rewritten, according
to case law precepts. And, unlike the Christian arguments, anyone who objects
to the overall authority of Talmudic law, or even portions of it, is labeled
the Jews). Many American Jews do not even <http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=5301>identify with
Judaism. It's also important to know most Jews did not orignially support
Zionism. Today, opposition to political Zionism and/or the religious Talmudic
laws are condemmed as a racist attitiude toward Jewish people and are subject
to criminal prosecution in a growing number of countries.
- Why is the international community adopting it as part
of their emerging global to local law enforcement? The affects of imposing
a law nobody understands are staggering.
- http://nord.twu.net/acl/commlaw.html - Communitarian
Law vs European Community Law : Individual & National Sovereignty
versus "the Collective Good"