Friday, August 21, 2009

Community Service to the World Masters of Deception

Thanks to Bobby Garner at
This is outrageous of course, but not at all surprising. Recognizing someone as a "master" of anything in this context is overtly communicating the message to all knowledgeable people that this is a "World Server" of "The Plan", and in that capacity as a "communicator", a bearer of messages from "God" as well. The story in which the message is told is only window dressing for shoppers and a distraction to mislead the consumer of such news.

So, the statement attributed to Obama, "We are God's partners in matters of life and death...", should be of special interest to everyone. The clear message is, "We have decided who lives and who dies, and this healthcare system we are proposing will implement that decision."

This man is speaking for "God", but not the one we are expected to believe. As a Master World Server, an equal to Marice Strong and other extremely powerful people, he is speaking for the hierarchy repeating the messages of Lucifer, the "bringer of light".

It's a fatal mistake to turn this into political leverage against the left. Obama is the foremost "water-carrier", "Third Way", "middle of the road", New Age Communitarian in the world today. All political persuasions are locked in a dialectical debate which will finally inflict death to all True Believer's. Politics like religion is one of the Quintessential world wide self destructive Mass Movements.

Read it in the Washington Jewish Week.

Thanks to Linda Kimball for the link.

Bobby Garner
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Here's the full post:

21st August,2009
Obama, We are “‘God’s partners in matters of life and death”
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by Adam Kredo
President Barack Obama needs some outside help pushing health care reform, and he’s turning to rabbis to get it.

In a morning conference call with about 1000 rabbis from across the nation, Obama asked for aid: “I am going to need your help in accomplishing necessary reform,” the President told the group, according to Rabbi Jack Moline, who tweeted his way through the phoner.

“We are God’s partners in matters of life and death,” Obama went on to say, according to Moline’s real-time stream.

The 15-minute morning briefing was sponsored by the Religion Action Center of Reform Judaism, and included rabbis of all persuasions. Although the RAC hosts the call each year, participants had never before heard from a sitting president.

What stood out about the call is that Obama “is a master communicator,” Moline, the rabbi of the Conservative Agudas Achim Congregation in Alexandria, said in an interview after the call ended.

“This was clearly a message that was tailored to us,” and not merely a generic stump speech, he added.

Moline noted that in the lead up to the president’s address, as the rabbis waited on hold, “there was a lot of chatter” among some participants who felt that the call should be seen as an opportunity “to instruct the President about [Presidential Medal of Freedom selection] Mary Robinson” and about the peace process in the Middle East.

“It was the subject of a good deal of conversation whether anyone was going to challenge him on that,” in particular Rabbi Eric Yoffie, the president of the Union of Reform Judaism, whose has publicly chided Obama for his administration’s stance on settlements.

When the issues failed to come up during the health care call, Moline pithily tweeted: “Yoffie praises President and does not raise any other issue. Good for him.”

“Rabbi Yoffie stuck to the subject” of health care reform, Moline said in the interview, “I think it was a good thing.”

Eyebrows were also raised by the choice of hold music that played to rabbis before the call began.

“First mistake,” Moline tweeted, as he waited for the call to begin. “Music on hold is ‘Deutschland uber Alles,’ ” a classical German anthem, the lyrics to which in part say, “Preserve and protect our Kaiser, our land.”

(The music was chosen by the company carrying the conference call, not the White House or the RAC.)

A questioned submitted by Moline also was asked to the President, the rabbi proudly noted on Twitter, writing, “WOW! My question was asked of the President!!!!!”

The question, he later explained, was about how rabbis can address issue of health care reform “in a non partisan” way when they’re behind the pulpit.

Obama responded by noting that the massive “human toll” of a broken health care system is a non partisan issue, and simply is unacceptable, Moline recalled.

The call, which was closed to the media, precedes another Obama phoner that is to take place at 5 p.m. this evening (Wednesday).
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Bobby Garner said...

The president wants us to be honest now. Enough of this rejection by people "who would benefit the most by keeping things exactly as they are".

I guess he means us, "So today, I want to spend a few minutes debunking some of the more outrageous myths circulating on the Internet, on cable TV and repeated at some town halls across this country,".

"This is an issue of vital concern to every American, and I'm glad that so many are engaged,... But it also should be an honest debate, not one dominated by willful misrepresentations and outright distortions, spread by the very folks who would benefit the most by keeping things exactly as they are."

No Mr. President. We just don't want more of what we already had being taken away by a bunch of hypocritical busybodies meddling in our private affairs.

Now, is that honest enough for you?

Obama wants honest health care debate

Tikkun Olam said...

Makes total sense. Even according to orthodox rabbi Marvin Antelman, Conservative and Reform Judaism, since they reject the divinity of the Torah, therefore worship the material world and are by definition satanic.

Having read the Old Testament I also reject the divinity of the Torah because it reads like a slapstick mess on many levels and downright wicked and vindictive on others, but I don't replace it with self-worship and the insatiable quest for material comforts.