May 19, 2019
Unexpectedly, the final battle of the NWO may come down
to abortion or the sacredness of human life. The NWO ultimately is about the destruction of Christianity by Cabalist Judaism.Most Jews don't know this. Cabalist Judaism is not a religion but a satanic cult in which the "Jewish people" are God. In practice, the satanist Jewish leadership (the Rothschilds) supplant God and define morality by turning it on its head. Their vehicles are Organized Jewry and Freemasonry (liberalism, communism, socialism, zionism and feminism.) Jews are at the forefront of the pro-death forces because they don't believe
human life is sacred. How could they if the Talmud regards non-Jews as cattle? How else could they justify their treatment of Palestinians? They were also at the forefront of "sexual liberation" and pornography resulting in so many unwanted pregnancies. There were 880,000 abortions in the US in 2017; 40 million worldwide.
93% of Jews support abortion.
Below a Jewish writer expresses her alarm that Christians values may be foisted on Jews, rather than the other way around.
Karen who sent this article: "This Jewish woman (quoting rabbis) says abortion is a cherished Jewish value! "More to the point, the new law refers to an embryo or fetus as the unborn child. That language reflects a distinctly Christian view of when life starts." Well, she says it all: distinguishing Christians from Jews. Basically, this is the TALMUD verses the [Ron: the uncorrupted New Testament portions of the ] BIBLE!!!
"This (Christian) view infringes on my religion freedom as a Jew." she says. This article is a must read to see what the Jews believe!!!"
by Debra Nussbaum Cohen (henrymakow.com)
The evangelical crusade making its way from Alabama to the Supreme Court will force American Jews to submit to their distinctly Christian anti-abortion dogma
[Ron: Conforming to the laws of a host nation is not unreasonable. The Neo-Pharisee collective who call themselves Jews but are not, have been given their own "homeland" which they have transformed into an apartheid entity which they have called "Israel". If they don't want to accept US values and give allegiance to the laws of their host US nation they can always make Allyah.].
It also presented a threat to my religious freedom as a Jew.
[Ron: Judaism is TALMUDISM, a belief system that is rooted in the TORAH which is a ancient political ideology, NOT a religion. Most Jews are atheists who worship the Jewish collective and those who don't, purport to worship an ethno-centric, jealous, genocidal entity who is no god at all. The Talmud and the Torah "say" gentiles, ie non Jews, are soulless non human animals who can be used, abused and killed by Jews at whim.* WHY would ANY gentile society let alone a Christian nation give ANY credence to anything said on this issue by anyone professing to be a Jew?!
* Hatred of all gentile societies especially those having or originally derived from Christian cultural roots, is symptomatic of Talmudism which has spawned not only Bolshevism and Communism but also Jacobinism and Fascism as well as sub ideologies like Feminism (which fosters deep conflicts between males and females in non Judaic communities) and LGBTism and intersectionalism (which foster amorality and identity politics that seek to create conflicts between almost everyone in non Judaic communities). This is of course a recipe for the total destruction of those civilised societies and is meant to be a powerful adjunct to the Talmudist bankster controlled and funded Fascist corporations that currently control the West and most of the rest of this planet and its population.].
The Alabama law permits termination of a pregnancy only when it poses a "serious" health risk to the life of the mother, has a "lethal anomaly" or is ectopic. The last two conditions don't even refer to viable pregnancies.
No exceptions to the abortion ban in cases of rape or incest were included in the new law, which would charge a doctor who performs an abortion with a felony and the possibility of up to 99 years in prison.
More to the point, the new law refers to an embryo or fetus as "the unborn child." That language reflects a distinctly Christian view of when life starts.
[Ron: From the moment of conception the potential unborn child is created. In most cases, if that potential life is not wanted, abstinence or birth control methods can be used to prevent it.].
Governor Kay Ivey made no secret of that when she said that the new law is "a powerful testament to Alabamians' deeply held belief that every life is precious and that every life is a sacred gift from God."
Alabama State Representative Rich Wingo, a Republican and architect of the new law, told The New York Times, "Our position is just simply that an unborn child is a person." Alabama Senator Clyde Chambliss, who shepherded the bill through the chamber, declared: "I believe that if we terminate the life of an unborn child, we are putting ourselves in God's place."
That view, like those embedded in new "heartbeat laws" in Georgia and several other states, reflects the institutionalization of Christian hegemony in America. They infringe on my religious freedom as a Jew.
[Ron: The issue is not about religion. It is a moral issue. If this author doesn't want to conform to the moral, ethical and legal requirements of her host society she could and should remove herself from the jurisdiction. Presumably the collectivist Israeli entity was established (to the great detriment of the Plaestinians previously living there) for the purpose of accomodating Jews offended by Christian spiritual, social and cultural norms. Accordingly this author could always go to Israel to be among those who think like her.].
The very first words of the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment are: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." The U.S. Supreme Court in 1947 unanimously ruled in Everson v. Board of Education that the Establishment Clause forbids practices that "aid one religion" or "prefer one religion over another," and also those that "aid all religions."
In other words, the government is not permitted to pass laws favoring one religion over another, or over no religion.
[Ron: US states have a moral and legal duty to safeguard the lives of all persons within their jurisdiction. The said law is attempting to do that. The protection of human life is NOT a variable "religious" issue, It is an intrinsic moral and spiritual issue.].
Anti-abortion activists march with placards and chant in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. January 22, 2015AFP
This is key, because according to classical Jewish text and most rabbinic interpreters, a developing embryo or fetus is not "an unborn child" or "person," but has the legal status of an appendage of the pregnant woman. It is part of her body, not a separate person, until the moment that a majority of a viable baby capable of independent life has been born.
[Ron: Classical texts such as the Torah and Talmud DEMAND the murder of gentile men, women and children. In fact those texts call for the indiscriminate murder and genocide of non-Jews of all ages. Those textual injunctions are moral abominations that cannot be accepted by ANY genuine community. IF anyone wishes to adhere to such barbaric tenets they cannot expect a civilised society in the US or anywhere else to condone them on ANY grounds, let alone upon claims that they are religious beliefs.].
Contemporary rabbis hold, of course, a range of views.
[Ron: Neo-Phariseeism has its roots in Phariseeism which crucified Jesus the Christ. Phariseeism had it roots in Canaanite political ideology that evolved well over three thousand years ago. Eustace Mullins has explained the truth of the matter. He says:
'The Babylonian Talmud says: "Five things did Canaan charge his sons: love one another, love robbery, love lewdness, hate your masters, and do not speak the truth" - The Last Will of Canaan, Babylonian Talmud, Peshachim 113b.
These five points have been the modus operadi of the Canaanites for three thousand years. "the Will of Canaan today remains the operating instructions of the Canaanite heirs, who presently control the World Order. At the same time, it remains unknown to the peoples whom the Canaanites continue to rob, enslave, and massacre." The instructions are a command to commit genocide against the people of Shem (Genesis 27:39-41)'.
The fact that rabbis hold a range of views AS A MATTER OF COURSE, merely evidences that they adhere to the demand in Canaan's Will to " do not speak the truth"].
Politically and religiously conservative Orthodox rabbis say that abortion is permitted only when pregnancy poses a threat to the mother's life.
Rabbi David Novak heads the Jewish Pro-Life Foundation, which in its video calls embryos and fetuses "Jewish children" and states that "life begins at conception," though it does not offer an explanation for its use of this language. The "position of the tradition is that abortion is prohibited unless the fetus is a threat to the life of the mother, which is extremely, extremely rare these days with prenatal care," Novak told me. "The only basis of dispute is how widely or narrowly does one interpret a threat to the mother's life."
Others have a more nuanced perspective of Judaism's position. "Abortion is neither murder nor manslaughter," but "in a moral category that is completely different than the way the Catholic Church and some evangelicals view" it, says Rabbi Jack Moline, president of the Interfaith Alliance.
[Ron: Yabba, yabba, rabbinical speak, yabba.].
The Jewish Conservative movement's Rabbinical Assembly on Wednesday night agreed, expressing its "emphatic" opposition to the Alabama decision: "Jewish tradition cherishes the sanctity of life, including the potential of life which a pregnant woman carries within her, but does not believe that personhood and human rights begin with conception, but rather with birth, as indicated by Exodus 21:22-23.
Pro-choice supporters protest the Alabama state Senate vote on the strictest anti-abortion bill in the United States. Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. May 14, 2019\
Denying a woman and her family full access to the complete spectrum of reproductive healthcare, including contraception, abortion-inducing devices, and abortions, among others, on religious grounds, deprives women of their Constitutional right to religious freedom."
[Ron: Killing unborn humans is NOT a "religious" question it is a moral and spiritual issue. Moreover, consideration and determination of that moral issue IS NOT subject to the barbaric dictates of a political ideology concocted thousands of years ago as a method for controlling barbaric Canaanite peoples.].
The Supreme Court's decision in Roe was based not on a determination of when life begins but rather on a woman's right to privacy and autonomy through the first trimester. That jives with Judaism's classical understanding of when life begins. The first 40 days, or close to 6 weeks, are a period in which the Talmud says pregnancy is "like water."
[Ron: This is rabbinical speak! From a spiritual AND scientific perspective, life begins at conception.].
The Mishna states that even a woman who is nine months pregnant may be executed if that is the punishment meted out to her for committing a crime. Her execution may not be delayed to spare the pregnancy unless she has already begun to give birth since the fetus is not a person.
[Ron: The Talmud is a demonic concoction and this is just another example of that fact.].
Debating when life begins is an unwinnable fight. Each person's view depends on their religious and political positions.
[Ron: Life begins at conception. The right to terminate a human life is NOT a debating issue. The constant references to this being a 'religious' AND a 'political' issue evidences mental confusion or, more likely, the fact that the author thinks it is really a political issue.].
Instead, the legal battle over the new laws like Alabama's can be based on the Constitutional right to the free exercise of religion. Can government privilege one religion's view of when life begins over another's?
[Ron: NOW we are beginning to see this author's rabbinical duplicity. This Jewess is postulating that the question of life or death for ANY unborn child is merely a subjective "religious" question, ie a matter for determination by EACH individual based on her alleged belief(s). That ideology might be acceptable to Jews but it isn't a viable alternative for any society that seeks to ensure its continued civilised existence.].
As a Jewish woman and mother of daughters, I know this fight is of vital importance to every woman who discovers she is pregnant and does not want to be. But it is also of fundamental importance to the civil rights and religious freedom of every American Jew.
[Ron: Despite the fact that most jews are atheists and those who aren't cling to barbaric Canaanite origin beliefs.].
Just as no law can obligate us to share the religious beliefs of evangelical Christians, neither should a law demand that we share their view of when life begins.
[Ron: This is a non sequiter. The law complained of is NOT obliging this author or her tribal sisters to share 'the religious beliefs of evangelical Christians'. But it is requiring that any women CHOOSING to live within the relevant jurisdiction must not kill an unborn human life.].
First Comment by Ken Adachi
Wow. This is shocking to read. Who else besides you would have the insight to post something as important as this?
I can't believe how twisted and warped this woman's thinking has become. She's saying that a pregnant woman's "right" to kill her baby is paramount and superior to the right of the baby to life itself -who she says is NOT a human being - even at 9 months of age! How psychotically detached from reality can you get?
Here she is boasting of being a mother of daughters no less, yet advocating for the "right" to murder her babies up to 9 months old. Her sentiments could easily mirror those of "good" German Nazis of the 1930s and 40s, ALMOST WORD FOR WORD. Just substitute the word "Jews" for fetus. These people are truly insane and don't know it.
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