Trump proclaims national day honoring racist rabbi, Menachem Schneerson

Seems the Rabbis for the Babylonian End of Times Pedophilia and Death Cult all agree!

All Non red Russian, Non Semitic, Turkmen Mongrel Khazarian, Non Cult members, were “put here by god as cattle, soul-less cattle, to do whatever a cult member desires with them”.

The soul-less non cult members children are for raping up the ass, murdering as human sacrifices to demon “gods”.

The Soul-less cattle’s wallets are for picking, the sweat of their brow is for stealing, their lands are for stealing, and their lives for cannon fodder in zionist wars of evil aggression for perverse pleasure and profit.

Personally, two legged animals who do these kind of crimes against Humanity, deserves a expedient Fair Common Law Trial, and a Fair hanging.

Afterwards though, the bodies should be burned to kill the zionist zombie Virus the. same way one burns the dead skunk body of the leavings of the Rabies Virus in order the virus is not spread.

The Ole Dog!

‘Trump proclaims national day honoring racist rabbi, Menachem Schneerson’

President Donald Trump recently proclaimed April 3rd “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A.” in honor of a man known as “The Rebbe.” Such a day has been proclaimed by every U.S. President for the past 42 years. But the Chabad leader that this national day celebrates disseminated some teachings that were profoundly problematic, especially for Palestinians in the Occupied Territories…

By Alison Weir

President Donald Trump recently proclaimed April 3rd “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A,” a national day to “celebrate Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe.”

The proclamation called upon “all government officials, educators, volunteers, and all the people of the United States to observe this day with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities.”

This was not the first such proclamation. For 42 years presidents from both parties have proclaimed a national day to honor Rabbi Schneerson.

What they probably didn’t know is that some of Schneerson’s lesser-known teachings are extremely problematic on a number of levels. Among other things, they help fuel some of the most violent attacks against Palestinians by extremist Israeli settlers and soldiers.

For example, Schneerson taught that non-Jews were “created to serve the Jews.”

To learn about Schneerson and his teachings, read the following article that I wrote six years ago, when Barack Obama played his role in the yearly tribute.

Please note that the information in the article comes largely from Jewish and Israeli sources. A list of the sources used in the article is provided below it.

The main source, Israel Shahak, was a respected Israeli professor who had been praised by Noam Chomsky, Institute Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Edward Said, Columbia Professor and public intellectual; and diverse others.

It is my feeling that all Americans should know the facts reported below. Year after tear after year, American citizens are being told to honor Rabbi Schneerson. We need to know what The Rebbe taught, consider the implications for us and for others, and decide for ourselves whether we agree with the annual decree that we celebrate his views.


Alison Weir
April 7, 2014

If things proceed normally, the President will proclaim a day in April “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A.” Despite the innocuous name, this day honors the memory of a religious leader whose lesser-known teachings help fuel some of the most violent attacks against Palestinians by extremist Israeli settlers and soldiers.

The leader being honored on this day is Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, charismatic head of a mystical/fundamentalist version of Judaism. Every year since 1978, a Presidential Proclamation, often accompanied by a Congressional Resolution (the 1990 one had 219 sponsors), has declared Schneerson’s birthday an official national day of observance.

Congress first passed a Resolution honoring Schneerson in 1975. Three years later a Joint Congressional Resolution called on President Jimmy Carter to proclaim “Education Day, U.S.A.” on the anniversary of Schneerson’s birth. The idea was to set aside a day to honor both education and the alleged educational work of Schneerson and the religious sect he headed up.

Carter, like Congress, dutifully obeyed the Schneerson-initiated resolution, as has every president since. And some individual states are now enacting their own observances of Schneerson’s birthday, with Minnesota and Alabama leading the way.

Schneerson and his movement are an extremely mixed bag.

Schneerson has been praised widely for a public persona and organization that emphasized “deep compassion and insight,” worked to bring many secular Jews “back” into the fold, created numerous schools around the world, and had offered, in the words of the Jewish Virtual Library, “social-service programs and humanitarian aid to all people, regardless of religious affiliation or background.”

However, there is also a less attractive underside often at odds with such public perceptions. And some of the more extreme parts of Schneerson’s teachings – such as that Jews are a completely different species than non-Jews, and that non-Jews exist only to serve Jews – have been largely hidden, it appears, even from many who consider themselves his followers.

As we will see, such views profoundly impact the lives of Palestinians living – and dying – under Israeli occupation and military invasions.

Who was Rabbi Schneerson?


Trump proclaims national day honoring racist rabbi, Menachem Schneerson