There is a Rabbi that enjoyed tremendous popularity while he lived.  He was so extremely influential he nearly turned the world upside down and was honored by multiple Presidents of the USA who even declared his Noahide System to be the Law of the Land.

Now even after his death, he continues to cause upheaval and conflicts.  Many consider him to be their Messiah and are expecting him to return.  The Jewish Community is frantically trying to find ways to stop the threat to their congregations as many Jews are being recruited to the Rebbe’s way.

The Rebbe reminds me a lot of Barack Obama and the adoration that he commanded worldwide before and during his term in office.  He still impacts decisions not only in our own nation but around the world.

Many called him Messiah, and many are hoping against all odds that he will return to rule from the Whitehouse.  I strongly suspect his plans to rule encompasses a much larger territory.

He has often been compared to Egypt’s King Ahkenaten. With what we have witnessed in Egypt lately it appears that Egypt may be on the rise.  Could it be?

Meanwhile, the signs of the soon return of Jesus Christ are rapidly increasing in frequency.  The air is filled with a sense of expectancy for a Messiah.

This post hopes to bring some interesting revelations and perhaps some possibilites to ponder.

I will share with you, the what I uncovered in my research.  It all started with the Kentucky Derby believe it or not.  You will understand why by the end of this Post.

Jeremiah 8

5Why then has this people of Jerusalem Turned away with a perpetual turning away [from Me]?They hold tightly to [c]deceit (idolatry)They refuse to repent and return [to God].6“I have listened and heard, But they have spoken what is not right; No man repented of his wickedness, Saying, ‘What have I done?’ Everyone turns to his [individual] course, As the horse rushes like a torrent into battle. 7“Even the stork in the sky knows her seasons [of migration], And the turtledove, the swallow and the crane Observe the time of their return. But My people do not know The law of the LORD.

Wait, what did GOD just say?  He said “MY PEOPLE do not know the Law of the Lord.”  He was talking about the Hebrews, his chosen people.  The ONLY people at that time that had the Law and the PROPHETS to help them stay in God’s favor.

He goes on to make it very clear, that the scribes (those tasked with writing down God’s words, laws, commandments, warnings and PROMISES.)  have perverted his words and made the truth into lies.    WHAT?  Check it out.

8“How can you say, ‘We are wise, and the law of the LORD is with us [and we are learned in its language and teachings]’? Behold, [the truth is that] the lying pen of the scribes Has made the law into a lie [a mere code of ceremonial observances].

That is right, that is what God said.  The prophet Jeremiah, was born probably after 650 BCE, and died c. 570 BCE.  So way back then, the Word of GOD had already been corrupted.

9“The wise men are shamed, They are dismayed and caught. Behold, they have [manipulated and] rejected the [truth in the] word of the LORD, And what kind of wisdom and insight do they have?

God is telling us that we cannot trust the Jewish Rabbis.  If they were already corrupt way back then, imagine how corrupt they are now. They have had thousands of years for man to get in there and pollute God’s word.  Thankfully, though, they moved to writing their Rabbinical Interpretations in separate books.  They were afraid to touch God’s word anymore.  God warned them.


Rabbinic Judaism recognizes the Oral Law as divine authority and follows the Rabbinic procedures used to interpret the Tanakh. Even though not all sects within Rabbinic Judaism view the Oral Law as being binding halakhah, each sect does define itself as coming from the tradition of an Oral Law. Maimonides wrote the Mishneh Torah showing a direct connection between the Written Law and the explanations in the Oral Law. In addition, Rabbi Yosef Caro produced the Shulkhan Arukh which has become the “most comprehensive compendium of Jewish law and tradition to this day.”3

The Talmud (includes both Jerusalem and Babylonian Talmuds) is a collection of writings that covers the full gamut of Jewish law and tradition, compiled and edited between the third and sixth centuries.  Source

Midrash, which includes any kind of Biblical hermeneutics, but more especially the halakic, deals with the Bible text itself, while the Talmud is based on the Halakah.  The process of interpretation by which the rabbis filled in “gaps” found in the Torah. (מדרשׁ) is an interpretive act, seeking the answers to religious questions (both practical and theological) by plumbing the meaning of the words of the Torah.  Source


Take another look at Jeremiah 8:8 above.  88 is a very significant number to the Occultists.  The scripture tells us that the scribes who recorded the WORD of GOD, deliberately changed it.  How much or where or how, God does not tell us.  

We know from the scriptures that God’s people began to sin immediately, they rebelled against the Laws of GOD and worshipped idols.  Repeatedly, God sent them leaders that brought them back to truth, but as soon as those leaders died, they went right back to doing things their own way.  We also know that by the time Jesus was on the earth, the Spiritual Leaders of Israel were totally corrupt and Jesus called them a brood of vipers.

Now, does any of this mean that God’s Word is corrupt and therefore invalid?/  NO, heaven’s NO.  The written form of God’s word is only to help us come to HIM.  His WORD is Alive…JESUS CHRIST/YESHUA HAMASCHIAH IS THE WORD.  He took on flesh and lived the TRUTH before us.  He is alive and well able to speak to our hearts and minds.  God uses the written word, to speak to us.  THE TRUTH that comes through as we read, comes from HIM.  He gives us the understanding.  We can read the same passage a hundred times, as still learn something new when He reveals it to us.  Each person, as they come to him and read His word, gets the understanding GOD wants them to have at that time.

Can we say that God’s chosen people are no longer chosen?? NO, HEAVENS NO.  God’s covenant is EVERLASTING.  God is still working in and through His chosen people.  And let me tell you, the CHRISTIAN people are no better at following His Word.  They have turned away to sin and to worshipping idols.

But today, I want to focus on Judaism. Especially because at this time,  the Jews are declaring that the world needs to kneel at their feet and learn from them.  The false teaching of Noahide has been enjoying a huge growth and people have been misled.  I hope to clear up some of the haze.


Who is the Jewish Messiah — Jesus or Rabbi Schneerson

A billboard in New York proclaim Rabbi Schneerson as the Jewish Messiah. Moshiach means Messiah. Courtesy: Ken Zemlak

It is a puzzling development how Christianity is today looked upon as a religion separate from Judaism.

Because it isn’t and the early church did not consider itself a different religion. In their minds they were simply embracing Christ as the Jewish Messiah which made them very Jewish.

Though the Jews largely rejected Christ, Orthodox Jews are still expecting their Messiah to show up and many of the signs that they consider indicators of his imminent arrival are the same ones that Christians look as signs paving the way for Christ’s second coming.

A couple years back, there was a billboard (see above) in New York City proclaiming a dead rabbi, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, from Brooklyn, New York as the Jewish Messiah. The word Moshiach means Messiah in Hebrew.

Schneerson who died in 1994 was considered one of the most influential rabbis in the 20th century. But if you look closer at that poster, though dead this group of Jews expect Schneerson to return and in the bottom right corner they proclaim that people should greet his arrival with “acts of goodness and kindness.”

It’s ironic that while Christians await the “second coming” of Christ, this group of Jews referred to as “Chabad messianism,” or “Lubavitch messianism,” is looking for the “second coming” of Schneerson. There is some debate in these circles of whether Schneerson actually died.

Though some Jews have proclaimed this rabbi the Jewish messiah, does that make this group a completely different religion?

No. They are still part of Judaism.

And though many in the church today consider Christianity to be a different religion, the early church didn’t.

In a sermon leading up to his martyrdom, Stephen referred to Israel as the “church in the wilderness”:

38 “This is he who was in the [a]congregation in the wilderness with the Angel who spoke to him on Mount Sinai, and with our fathers, the one who received the living oracles to give to us, (Acts 7:38 NKJV)

While most Bible versions translate it as the “congregation in the wilderness” in fact, it is the Greek word “ekklēsia,” the same word translated church throughout the New Testament.

In Stephen’s mind, Israel was the same as the church and in his letter to the Galatians, the Apostle Paul refers to the church as the Israel of God:

16 And as many as walk according to this rule, peace and mercy be upon them, and upon the Israel of God. (Galatians 6:16 NKJV)

For those early believers, the church is Israel and Israel is the church.

Of course, the big issue was the gentiles being saved and coming into the church. And when this became an issue in the early church, at a conference called to discuss the problem (Acts 15:15-17), James cited a passage out of Amos that talked of gentiles embracing Jehovah (Amos 9:11-12).

This Old Testament passage was not talking about gentiles becoming part of a new religion, but rather embracing the God of Israel, literally becoming part of Judaism. The early believers, clearly saw that prophecy being fulfilled in their day through the church.

The theology is very simple. According to the Apostle Paul the gentiles were grafted into Israel (Romans 11:11-24). The church is part of the true Israel of God.


Was the Lubavitcher rebbe really the messiah? –

Messianic anticipation has been central to Chabad since its late-18th-century origins.

Lawrence Grossman
Jan. 12, 2010

The Lubavitch branch of Hasidism, known also as Chabad, is the most successful and most controversial movement in American Jewish life. Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schneerson, born in 1902, ascended to the leadership after his father-in-law’s death in 1950. From his headquarters in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, Schneerson developed a ramified network of shluchim (emissaries) [Missionaries, so they are proselytizing Jews, seeking converts] across the United States and around the world that has continued to grow even after he died, childless and without a designated successor. Other Jewish groups marvel at and strive to emulate Chabad’s success in reaching the “unsynagogued,” even as they deplore Chabad’s opposition to Jewish religious pluralism, refusal to countenance any Israeli territorial concessions and maintenance of a cult of personality that is literally of messianic proportions.

The notion of a resurrected messiah, uncomfortably reminiscent of Christianity, has led some Jewish critics to pronounce Chabad messianists to be heretics.

Wolfson examines within the context of earlier kabbalistic and Chabad teachings, parallels from other mystical traditions – especially Buddhismand postmodern thought. But even these most recondite of theories have real-world implications.

Wolfson shows that intense messianic anticipation, far from being a quirk of Schneerson’s in his old age, has been central to Chabad from its late-18th-century origins. Its founding premise was that spreading Chabad teachings would hasten the End Time, a doctrine that assumed accelerating urgency when traditional Judaism came under attack from secularism during the next century, and even more so when the Nazi assault on the Jewish people forced the sixth rebbe, Schneerson’s father-in-law, to flee Europe and resettle in the United States. In succeeding his father-in-law, Schneerson became the seventh, a number whose sabbatical identification suggested he was also the last (some even say that this theory motivated him to remain childless by choice).

Schneerson sought new audiences for Chabad’s messagewomen and non-Jews. While this was in line with the original plan of continually spreading the doctrine, it also indicated awareness that modernity (he had attended European universities before the war) and the American environment necessitated some rapprochement with feminism and universalism. He (Schneerson) developed earlier teachings about the mystical role of God’s feminine side and the ultimate breakdown of barriers between Jew and non-Jew in the messianic era, and championed teaching Chabad texts to women and urging gentiles to practice the universal laws of ethical conduct traditionally associated with the biblical Noah.


Let’s take a look at Chabad.

חב”ד  Chabad is an acronym for Chochmah, Binah, Da’at,  (חכמה, בינה, דעת): meaning “Wisdom, Understanding, and Knowledge”
The word Chabad has it’s root in Chabar

חָבַר    Chabar châbar – khaw-bar’ – a primitive root; to join (literally or figuratively); specifically (by means of spells) to fascinate; charm(-er), be compact, couple (together), have fellowship with, heap up, join (self, together), league

חָבַר  chabar: to unite, be joined, to tie a magic knot or spell, to charm

Original Word: חָבַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chabar
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-bar’)
Definition: to unite, be joined, to tie a magic knot or spell, to charm

לאחד – unite  הצטרף – joined   לקשור קשר קסם – tie a magic knot   לאיית – spell    קסם – charm

[חָבַר] verb unite(usually intransitive),be joined, tie a magic knot or spell, charm(Late Hebrew id.; Ethiopic  yet Assyrian [abâru], ubburubind, ban (of spells), êbru, friend, and many derivatives, DlW 51 ff.; Aramaic חַבֵּר and many derivatives; compare Phoenician noun חבר associate)


CHABAD – Lubavitch – History

The Chabad movement was established after the First Partition of Poland in the town of LioznoPskov GovernorateRussian Empire (present day LioznaBelarus), in 1775      The name “Chabad” (חב״ד‎) is an acronym formed from three Hebrew words—ChochmahBinahDa’at (the first three sephirot of the kabbalistic Tree of Life)  a Hebrew acronym for Chochmah, Binah, Da’at,  (חכמה, בינה, דעת): meaning “Wisdom, Understanding, and Knowledge”—which represent the intellectual and kabbalistic underpinnings (Kabbalism) of the movement.[4][5] The name Lubavitch derives from the town in which the now-dominant line of leaders resided from 1813 to 1915.[6][7] Other, non-Lubavitch scions of Chabad either disappeared or merged into the Lubavitch line. In the 1930s, the sixth Rebbe of Chabad, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, moved the center of the Chabad movement from Russia to Poland. After the outbreak of World War II, he moved the center of the movement to the United States.  Since 1940,[13] the movement’s center has been in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn.[14][15]

While the movement spawned a number of offshoot groups throughout its history, the Chabad-Lubavitch branch is the only one still active, making it the movement’s main surviving line.[16] Historian Jonathan Sarna has characterized Chabad as having enjoyed the fastest rate of growth of any Jewish religious movement in the period 1946–2015.[17]

In the early 1900s, Chabad-Lubavitch legally incorporated itself under Agudas Chasidei Chabad (“Association of Chabad Hasidim“).   Wikipedia

Official Chabad history: “Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812), Founder of Chabad, also known as “The Alter Rebbe,” “Baal HaTanya” and “The Rav“… he formulated his distinct “Chabad” philosophy and approach to life. For twenty years he labored on his magnum opus, Tanya, in which he outlined the Chabad philosophy and ethos. First published in 1796, Tanya is the “bible” of Chabad Chassidism, upon which the hundreds of books and thousands of maamarim (discourses) by seven generations of Chabad Rebbes are based.”

The Alter Rebbe was a violent criminal who was arrested in 1797 and 1798. The Alter Rebbe declared himself to be the Moshiach, the “King of the Jews”. But after his death in 1812 his followers altered some of his writings, including the Tanya, to correct some obvious problems. All subsequent Chabad Rebbes have also declared that they are the Moshiach.    

The Chabad movement has never been recognized as a valid Jewish ideology by the mainstream Jewish Rabbis. In 1792 the Alter Rebbe tried to meet with the Gaon of Vilna, the recognized leading Rabbi at the time, to obtain his support for the new movement. The Gaon of Vilna refused to even meet with the Alter Rebbe, and never recognized the new movement as a valid Jewish ideology. From the Gaon of Vilna to Rav Shach and beyond, Chabad has never been recognized as a valid Jewish ideology. Chabad ideology is NOT Jewish.    

Chabad was a religious cult from the very beginning of the movement. Chabad is a very dangerous Messianic Cult. Chabad Rabbis communicate with their Rebbe, who died in 1994, by taking pieces of paper out of a hat. They claim that their Rebbe tells them what to do. They pray to their dead Rebbe at his grave and they write letters to him with their wishes that they place in their grave. Also at Chabad weddings, they read a letter sent by the Chabad Rebbe, who died in 1994, to the couple getting married… Mazal Tov!!!    

Money. The only reason Chabad did not cease to exist after the death of the Rebbe in 1994 was because of the huge amount of money being made by the Chabad enterprise. Chabad is a multi-billion dollar operation active in several countries around the world. Since the Rebbe died in 1994, members of the Chabad organization have been fighting for the control of this operation, and the money left behind by their Rebbe. Chabad Rabbis appear to have an unlimited amount of money that they use, among other things, to pay bribes to politicians, judges, law enforcement officials, and Rabbis. Where is all this money coming from? Mostly from illegal operations which include drug trafficking and money laundering.

Not only were the Lubavitchers the creators of the CHABAD, they were also responsible for the teaching of the Noahide Laws and the development of the Noahide Movement.

Chabad Rebbe & Noahides – Wikinoah English

Jews aren’t the only ones remembering the Lubavitcher rebbe on the 10th anniversary of his death. A movement of non-Jews credits Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson with teaching them the “Noahide” laws, a set of precepts that, according to Jewish tradition, non-Jews must follow. Adherents of the movement, most of whom describe themselves as former Christians, are known as Noahides or B’nei Noachchildren of Noah. They gather weekly or monthly in fellowships, called chavurot, to study Jewish texts. “The Torah is not just a single path,” said Terry Lanham, leader of Chavurath B’nei Noach (the Fellowship of the Children of Noah) in Fort Worth. “The Torah is for all mankind.”  (But, only the Jews may practice it fully.)
The seven laws, which derive from the Book of Genesis, are: Do not practice idol worship (or, in some translations, do not deny God); do not commit blasphemy; do not murder; do not engage in illicit sex, such as adultery; do not steal; do not eat the limb of an animal that is still alive; and set up a court system. Many Jewish texts expound on these and on non-Jews’ responsibilities under Jewish law.
There is no formal national or international organization of Noahides, so it’s impossible to know how many there are. Adherents say their numbers are growing. They credit the efforts of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Schneerson’s Brooklyn-based Hasidic movement. Chabad emphasizes outreach to unaffiliated Jews. But the rebbe, as he was known to followers, also preached that Jews should teach non-Jews about the Noahide laws.“We have to speak up and explain and expound to people who are willing to listen,” said Rabbi Zalman Shmotkin, a Chabad spokesman. He said it was America’s openness – and the lack of centuries-old hostility here between Jews and non-Jews – that made Noahide outreach viable.
During his lifetime, Rabbi Schneerson received numerous presidential and congressional citations, many specifically praising his Noahide outreach. On his 82nd birthday, for instance, President Reagan issued a proclamation that said in part: “In fostering and promoting a tradition of ethical values that can trace its roots to the Seven Noahide Laws, which have often been cited as universal norms of ethical conduct and a guarantee of fundamental human rights, the Lubavitch movement and its greatly respected leader have shown Americans of every faith that true education involves not simply what one knows, but how one lives.”
Vendyl Jones, an Arlington-based archeologist, was studying at Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1967 when he first heard about the Noahide laws. Mr. Jones, a former Southern Baptist minister, eventually renounced Christianity. In 1990, at a gathering in the Fort Worth Coliseum, he announced the formal creation of a modern Noahide movement.(In practice, however, long before that official kickoff, Noahide groups were “popping up all over the world,” he said.) Mr. Jones visited Brooklyn that year to seek Rabbi Schneerson’s blessing. “The rebbe grabbed me and put his arms around me and told me, ‘Vendyl Jones, you are doing the most important work in the world,’ ” he said. A weekly study group in Mr. Jones’ home attracts 10 to 70 people, he said. Mr. Lanham’s group, which meets monthly, involves about a dozen families.


So many people from all nations, tribes and beliefs are looking for something to hold onto. Some solid evidence of Truth they can believe in.  The Church has failed to present the Gospel in its fullness, so the people do not understand his love or his power  Many of these folks have turned to the Jewish Faith for answers.  Because of the close proximity of the Faith of the Jews to the Origin of life… they expect to find hope.  But, though the Hebrews were given the TRUTH, it has been perverted.  Sadly, these people have no idea they are being deceived.


To Noahides, these seven laws are but a starting point, the foundation on which they’ve built a lifestyle of obligations and voluntary observances. The result is a life every bit as rigorous and all-encompassing as Orthodox Judaism, which guides and structures all aspects of their existence.  (You got that right.  The Rabbis created so many add-on rules and regulations.  

In classic Talmudic fashion, once the rabbis examined, explored, extrapolated, and otherwise developed the Sheva Mitzvot, the “seven” laws were much more than just seven. Applying the single commandment against sexual immorality, for example, the rabbis found it to include numerous particular prohibitions against incest, adultery, and other specific practices.  (Basically, this is saying just like the Talmud represents hundreds of Rabbis over thousands of years extrapolating on God’s Commands and multiplying rules and adding regulations and requirements of their own creation from their vivid imaginations and tyrannical mindset, the Noahide Laws which they created have grown from just seven to an ever increasing list of do’s and don’ts.)

But are these rules a Jewish version of natural lawa set of universal moral imperatives that people are assumed to intuit on their ownor are they something that Jews must actively go out and bring to the world?

According to the great medieval Jewish philosopher and legal authority Moses Maimonides, teaching non-Jews to follow the Noahide laws is incumbent on all Jews, a commandment in and of itself. However, most rabbinic authorities rejected Maimonides’ view, and the dominant halakhic (Jewish law) attitude had been that Jews are not required to spread Noahide teachings to non-Jews.

As a result, a committed Noahide lives a life of intense study of Jewish texts, not only on the Seven Laws themselves but also on all other aspects of a Jewish lifestyle, to discern which rituals a non-Jew may and may not perform. Theirs also is a life of prayer, which usually includes reading Psalms, composing original prayers, and reciting traditional Jewish liturgy, altered to remove or adapt all mentions of commandedness and chosenness, to make clear that it is only Jews, and not the Noahides, to whom those concepts apply.

It’s a life based on, or starting from, the so-called Sheva Mitzvot B’nei Noah, the Seven Commandments for the Children of Noah. Derived from the Book of Genesis and elucidated in the TALMUD and other traditional texts, the laws are, according to Jewish tradition, incumbent on all humanity. Though sometimes phrased and ordered differently, the Sheva Mitzvot B’nei Noah are: (1) Do not worship false gods; (2) Do not murder; (3) Do not steal; (4) Do not be sexually immoral; (5) Do not eat a limb removed from a live animal; (6) Do not blaspheme; (7) Set up a court system.

These so called Noahide Laws are a farce.  Made up by Gentile Hating Jewish Rabbis to CONTROL the MASSES!  GOD never commanded any such thing. NO WHERE in the WORD of God will you find a different set of Commandments for one group of people over another.  In God’s eyes, we are all subject to the same ordinances, statues and COMMANDMENTS.  From the BEGINNING, GOD was preparing a way FOR ALL PEOPLE.  From the BEGINNING, anyone who wanted to come under His rule was welcome.  From the Beginning, the Jews were supposed to be leading people back to GOD.  


Rabbi Schneerson professed to be an Orthodox Rabbi and was definitely a follower/Believer of KABBALAH.

Kabbalah is Jewish mysticism that was born out of their time of Captivity in Babylon. It is the teachings of the fallen angels.  It combines all the sciences, magick, mysticism, and intellectualism. 

Kabbalah, as it is the foundation of all false religion. Kabbalah’s Oneism is at the core of science and it has seeped into all denominations

Kabbalah came from Babylon, and it is the religion of the sons of serpent, and the vehicle for delivering the Satanism today. Satan’s control of the dark side seems to have been done mainly through Kabbalah, and it is going on even more actively now. Satan sows many seeds. This shrewd serpent of old has so many “shops” and “flavors” for all of the man’s needs and preferences, or they come in variety of “packages,” sort to speak, which makes it difficult to identify what it really is.

Kabbalah is the mysticism that Freemasonry is based on, and they are inseparable. The kabbalists completely have taken over the secret society several hundreds of years ago, and are using it to control the world now. They worship the same gods. The secret society is a system and order of controlling the participants through Kabbalah. You may think of Kabbalah as the software, and Freemasonry as one of the hardware to use it and deliver it.                  Source


In any community there are communities within the community—smaller groups that form friendships. This has been the case for our own Kabbalah community. In Jewish circles the name used for these smaller circles is a Chavurah (plural Chavurot)

Chavurot (plural of Chavurah) are small groups of congregation members, which meet regularly, usually in each other’s homes, to create bonds of friendship. Members decide how often they meet and where. Chavurot are a way for members to create a small community of friends by socializing, learning, doing Mitzvot and celebrating Jewish life together. Chavurot may act as extended family with the sharing of lifecycle events and holidays and may create the beginnings of lifelong friendships.

Chavurah comes from the Hebrew word Chaver, meaning friend. The use of the Hebrew word Chaver to extend to friendship circles was introduced in the 1960s but one of its origins was in the description by the author of the Zohar of the circle of students-friends surrounding the mystic Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai. This mystic circle was called the Chevrayah. A more common use of this term appears in Chevra Kadisha—usually translated as burial society—but literally meaning—Holy Friends

Problems with the Chabad group must be made public
For many years, the leading Rabbis have made several statements against the Chabad organization referring to it, among other things, as a “criminal organization” and a “religious cult”. Chabad is known to be a “mafia” a “gang” and a “group of very bad people”.

The above statements are not political in nature. There are basic problems with the Chabad organization that derive from the day this group was founded about 200 years ago. Chabad Rabbis are not considered real Rabbis by any Orthodox Rabbis anywhere in the world. Chabad Rabbis cannot perform conversions, supervise Kosher food production, arrange a GET ceremony, or do shechita of Kosher animals.

From the point of view of Jewish Orthodoxy, Chabad is compared to the Reform and the Conservative movements. The difference is that Chabad claims to be part of Orthodox Judaism, when it’s really not.

Additionally, Chabad Rabbis believe that the Lubavitcher Rebbe, who died in 1994, is the Moshiach. Some in Chabad believe that the Lubavitche Rebbe never died and is just hidding somewhere. His New York tomb only has his birthdate, but does not show the date of his death. Those who believe this are obviously very disturbed individuals.

Others believe that the Rebbe died temporarily and that he will resurrect from the dead to become the King Moshiach. If this sounds too much like another religion, don’t worry, IT IS! Even the religious cult “Jews for Jesus” has declared that Chabad has the right idea, but the wrong Moshiach! Chabad ideology is obviously not a Jewish ideology!

Some simply believe that the dead Lubavitcher Rebbe is now some sort of god and they actually pray to him! They tell their children to keep this ideologies secret and not to tell other people about it, because other people are not smart enough to understand this ideas. We believe in freedom of ideas, JUST DON’T CALL THIS JEWISH IDEAS!

And if that would not be enough, Chabad has decided that they want to convert all Jews to Chabad Jews! And in order to do that they have enganged in several illegal and illicit activities in order to raise cash, such as money laundering and financial fraud.

It must be said that one can never generalize and say that all Chabad Rabbis are bad people. But generally speaking, all Chabad Rabbis are very problematic. First they behave very nicely but then they stab you in the back. They are scam artists!

What to do about it? First, DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILDREN TO A CHABAD SCHOOL. NEVER! If your children are now attending a Chabad-Lubavitch school, remove them IMMEDIATELY and send them to a regular Jewish school, a non-Chabad school. Also, NEVER GIVE ANY MONEY TO CHABAD. If you want to give charity, give to a Jewish organization, not to Chabad.


Very intersting stuff.  And it gets better.  Do you remember the Kentucky Derby when the winning horse was name American Pharoah?