Their diaries clearly reveal this fact, but thanks to a judge named Lewis T.
Babcock, you’ll never hear about this, because he just ruled a few days ago
behind the Columbine shootings will be sealed for twenty years, quite
convenient timing given that this newest shooting followed his ruling by less
than two weeks [and nearly on the anniversary of the Columbine shooting – within
the same week in fact]. Trust me, I guarantee you that this latest
shooting too will have many inconsistencies that the media will not tell you
about. I can smell these things any longer. The Columbine shooting was NOT what
it was portrayed to be by the media, there
were more than 100 witnesses whose testimony called into question the
“official story” of what happened that day in Littleton Colorado, but
many of you aren’t aware of this because the media suppressed this
information, something they can easily do, because there are no longer any
networks, newspapers, or news magazines that are independent of (TALMUDIC!!!!!!!!!!!)
So on to the point of this article. We cannot trust the media to tell us the
truth, which means that we cannot trust what the media will tell us about the
latest shootings at Virginia Tech. The sad fact of the matter is, we cannot
trust the media period. I don’t know about you, but it has come to the point
for me, where if Fox News reported that the sun
rises in the East, I’d go outside to confirm this for myself before I’d pass
along this information to anyone else.
Bernard Goldberg, a major league Zionist propagandist spilled the beans
on this in his latest book “Arrogance”, which was essentially a worthless
piece of pro-Israel propaganda with the exception of this single important
As described by a Rogers University
“Goldberg analyzed media coverage of a school shooting that occurred at the
Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia.
According to Goldberg, what made this story newsworthy is that the shooter in
this event was subdued by several students who themselves used guns to
‘overpower’ the gunman. Conducting his own Lexis-Nexis search, Goldberg
pronounced himself ‘stunned’ to discover that in a search of one hundred
news sources, “only a few papers in the whole country reported the rescuers
had guns” (p. 186). That many newspapers then used this case to editorialize
their opposition to private ownership of handguns simply reaffirms Goldberg’s
belief that a liberal media
(Talmudic Conservative Vipers) embraces a reflexive anti-gun bias.”
No doubt this is true, which is reinforced by the following excerpt from a CNN
article entitled “Suspects
in Law School slaying arraigned”, which overtly neglects to mention that
those students that “tackled” the gunmen were themselves armed with
firearms, which undoubtedly made their job much easier:
apparently tackled the gunman, said Ellen Qualls, press secretary for Virginia
Gov. Mark Warner.”
Now I’ll bet anyone $100.00 today that you and I will never see, not even
once, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, CBS, or CBS, mention the fact that armed students
disarmed a shooter at the Appalachian School of Law back in 2002 on [this is
important] National Television. You will NOT hear about this story because it
does not support the primary agenda the (Talmudic)
Zionist media which seeks to imbed into the forefront of our thinking, i.e. that
its better to give up our guns and live in alleged safety than to insist that
our Second Amendment rights to gun ownership be respected by our treasonous
government. The reason for this is that the Zionist
media and the traitors in our government fear us; they fear us because we are a
heavily armed society and are becoming more and more aware of the stink
emanating from Washington DC. Hell, if I were these people, I’d be afraid too.
The (Talmudic) Zionist media also won’t
tell you that Britain and
Australian crime rates have skyrocketed since they willingly gave up their guns
a few years ago, but nonetheless it’s true.
In an article I wrote some time ago entitled, “Don’t
let go of your guns,” I emphasized how important it is not to fall for the
medias lies, I wrote “now is not the time to even consider giving up guns –
now is the time to buy them, in large numbers, in large calibers, for yourself,
every member of your family, and your neighbors. I meant it when I wrote it and
I mean it even more now.
As an aside, I’m watching Bush at this very moment on television as he
attempts to convince Americans that he’s “shocked” by what took place at
Virginia Tech today. The more enlightened reader might ask; how
it is that a man who actively participated in the murder of some 3000 Americans
on 9-11 could be “shocked” by the comparably insignificant number of 32?
Fox News has done its best for the last few hours to convince us all that “Bush
cares,” that he’s “horrified,” and
“shocked,” (that 600,000 Iraqi's have been
slain by his MURDERS) they’re doing their
best to rehabilitate this wicked man in the minds of Americans, but it won’t
work the media’s time is nearly at hand. Lastly, I strongly encourage the
reader to become immediately suspicious of any story they see or hear in the
media that is prefaced with the word “shocked,” no matter who or where it is
coming from, because this word has been so overused and abused, that it’s real
purpose is now more than apparent, to manipulate and persuade.
At the very moment I’m posting this [April 16, 2007 @ 1519], Fox News is
interviewing a student named Kelly that saw with her own eyes an Asian man being
detained by police. After she said that, Neil Cavuto
immediately interjected and stated that police are reporting that there was only
one shooter and he was killed. So you see, the story is already unraveling.
My last column on aerosol spraying brought thousands, not
hundreds, but thousands of e-mails from people wanting to give their story about
the spraying going on in their area and the steady decline in their health. It
literally was overwhelming. It's also world wide as a respectable number of
e-mails came from Australia, Great Britain, Canada and other countries which are
experiencing the same phenom as we are all across America. Not everyone agrees
with the conclusions reached by many qualified scientists, doctors and
researchers: our government is spraying the skies of
America, making millions of Americans sick, silently killing and creating an
environmental disaster that will make the MTBE mess seem like child's play.
For those who choose to believe what we're seeing is harmless, you
do so at your own risk.
I have written
on this critical issue before, including an overview of what happened when
Rosalind Peterson and I had a meetings in Sacramento, California, several years
ago with my state reps's office flunky. Nothing ever came of our request for
testing and the situation in Rosalind's area (Mendocino County) continues to
deteriorate at an accelerated rate. The links at the bottom of this column are
important and I include them in my columns so Americans can research for
themselves. There is a tremendous amount of garbage on the Internet, so I try to
provide the most credible and important data/resources possible. I know time is
an issue, but the issue of aerosol spraying is literally a
matter of life and death.
Many who contacted me took issue with my use of the word
contrail v chemtrail. Rosalind has supplied me with her response to a Discovery
Channel presentation on this issue regarding the use of the word contrail v
chemtrail; Rosalind was a guest (see
her full and complete rebuttal here):
"Please note that the Best Evidence Producer and I spoke
about the use of the word 'chemtrail' in this program. I made it clear that the
use of this word marginalizes those that use it because there is no clear
definition of the word. The United States Air Forces notes that the word 'chemtrail'
is a hoax on their web site and writes letters, upon the request of U.S. elected
officials like California U.S. Senator Diane Feinstein, to inform the public in
writing, that the word 'chemtrail' is a hoax. Therefore, Senator Feinstein, and
other elected officials, are given 'a pass' and don't have to answer our real
questions about what has happened to our once clear, deep blue skies and how
atmospheric heating and testing programs are impacting our environment, climate,
and possibly human health.
"Throughout the 'narrated text' of the entire program I
was linked repeatedly to the 'straw
man', argument phrase 'chemtrail believers' giving the
impression that I believe in some 'conspiracy theory' with regard to persistent
jet contrails. I was careful to refer to official government documents
describing NASA's atmospheric heating and testing programs. I also referred to
the same persistent jet contrails, the public has been seeing not only in the
United States but also around the world, which NASA has been studying. There are
many public government documents about current weather modification programs,
and other ongoing experimental atmospheric testing and heating programs. There
are so many U.S. Government, private, university, and military programs going on
in our skies, at this time, that it would be impossible to classify them all
under the undefined word 'chemtrail.'"
If you click here,
Rosalind provides a point by point rebuttal to the producer of this particular
program, "Chemtrails Contrails." Rosalind was bushwhacked and called
her appearance the old "bait and switch."
Next, we have the issue of the honey bees disappearing across
this country that has a whole lot of scientists very worried. No doubt the King
of Loony Tunes, Al Gore, will come out soon with a proclamation that global
warming is the culprit. I believe the direct cause is the aerosol spraying of
our skies for more than ten years with a contributing factor being GM
(genetically modified) crops. I've mentioned this in my previous columns and
I'll say it again here: When Jodi Waters first raised the issue of MTBE in
gasoline and how destructive it is to human life and the environment, she was
pilloried and excoriated by the controlled media. Several years down the road
and two huge rallies at the state capitol in Sacramento (I was at both), Jodi's
findings and allegations proved to be 100% right, the MTBE is gone, the clean up
is still going on (BILLIONS of dollars) and people are still dying slow deaths
from water contamination.
The media was wrong. Jodi was right.
The hired guns (experts) for the state and feds were wrong.
Jodi was right. Big money was at stake for the oil companies and they didn't
care who died for the bottom line.
The "experts" finally admitted Jodi was right and
while the political whores in the California State Legislature, and that
includes former Gov. Pete Wilson, tried to give Jodi the run around and destroy
her credibility, people died from MTBE poisoning of their public water supply
the state said was safe. We can't afford for the "experts" to be wrong
again. Look at the massive increase in pediatric leukemia, asthma attacks as
well as development of asthma, lung cancer and other respiratory problems being
recorded in these big metropolitan cities where constant aerosol spraying has
been going on for years. I'm betting that if someone did a comparison study to
the days of spraying and the increase in ER visits for the aforementioned, you
would find a match up. This not only has increased the cost of medical
treatment, but huge burdens to the state when the patient is on public
assistance as well as Medicare because the young
and the elderly are hit the hardest.
I submit to you that the issue of aerosol spraying is the same
as the MBTE disaster. Not a single public servant anywhere has come forward -
despite all the evidence, i.e., water readings which show huge spikes in
aluminum and barium as well as other deadly chemicals and said, "Wait a
minute. There's something very wrong going on here. We need to get the health
department and water official involved and find out what this is all
about." Members of the state legislatures need to
understand that they are also breathing this dangerous gunk and it is killing
them the same as the rest of us. Members of the state legislatures need
to understand that their children and loved ones are breathing this dangerous
gunk being sprayed, our environment is being attacked and if not stopped, the
disappearing honey bees will make the rest pale in comparison.
I'm not going to rehash what I've already written, but I
interviewed a former California State Fish & Wildlife biologist up in
Mendocino County a few years ago; Allan was referred to me by Rosalind. This
man, now retired, is not some bug-eyed conspiracy wacko. He worked in his
capacity for 34 years and he told me that the spraying was killing the trees and
crops; the sun could not get through the layers of this stuff
and the destruction down the road a few years will be awesome. He also
told me that in all his years in his official capacity - never had he been so
stonewalled in his efforts to get answers on the issue of aerosol spraying. That
alone should tell people someone is hiding something.
As Rosalind says in her response to the Discovery Channel: we
don't know who is doing this aerosol spraying, although we can guess. The planes
spraying right over my area are flying fairly low compared to the ones that flew
over Sacramento. These are huge, white cargo type planes, not commercial jets.
Most of us believe they are Air Force planes. There has been no spraying over
Big Spring, Texas where I live since March 7th. We've had persistent winds, rain
and some snow, so the planes have not been here and I have not had to suffer
through the spraying. I am fully aware that state legislators get approached by
constituents all the time and that there are nut cases out there, but the
aerosol spraying issue isn't one of them. I would ask any elected public
official to go to THIS
SITE and read some of the comments from people like Dr.
Leonard Horowitz, who is eminently qualified to speak on the subject; I have
read his books, AIDS, Ebola and Emerging Viruses and Death in the Air and highly
Millions of Americans are aware of this aerosol spraying, yet
not one single member of Congress nor any agency of the federal government will
answer our questions:
1. Who is doing this spraying? Who authorized this spraying of
2. chemicals over our skies?
3. What is the purpose of spraying these dangerous chemicals
raining down on humans, animals and the environment?
A large number of our state legislatures are going to go out
of session soon. I would ask scientists and doctors who know what's going on and
fully understand the health problems becoming an epidemic because of this
aerosol spraying: Get together in a group and get to your state house to see
your state senator and representative. Take the best information you have,
explain to your senator and rep that what's happening with this spraying is a
major disaster well underway and we the people have the right to know who is
spraying and why. Tell your state senator and rep that they have the power to
demand from the federal government the answers to our questions above. We've got
to break this log jam of silence and stop this spraying before the cost in human
suffering, death and environmental meltdown reaches a point of no return mark.
The disappearing honey bees should be a HUGE wake up call for the state
legislatures. Ask then to act now and demand answers from the Bush
Important research material
Aerosol Crimes 1st Edition - Excellent video by Clifford Carnicom.
The Methodic Demise of Natural Earth by Dr. Michael Castle
Scientists fear unusual weather behind massive seabird die-off
Chemtrails Data Page
Portland Oregon Weather Modification Forum November 4, 2006
Night Clouds - NASA experiments
Chemtrail Sunscreen Taught In US Schools
9, FYI: http://educate-yourself.org/ct/goodbyects10jan02.shtml
Goodbye Chemtrails, Hello Blue Skies!
Aviation and the Global Atmosphere
Aerosol operation crimes & cover up
Rosalind's site: California Skywatch
Mysterious collapse of honeybee populations threatens national food supply
Honey bees in US facing extinction
The Silence of the Bees
Are GM Crops Killing Bees?
Are mobile phones wiping out bees?
The Future of Food (DVD)
Seeds of Deception (Book)
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Communitarian Noahide "Resident Alien" scheme to force their Talmudic
Noahide Laws of Jewrisdiction USA of Eretz ITSREALLYHELL, what the Telly Tubby
Talmudic Judeo Churchinsane are not teaching you
Virginia Tech gunman a South Korean student
BLACKSBURG, Virginia (AFP)
A 23-year-old student from South Korea described as a "loner" was
identified Tuesday as the gunman who carried out the deadliest school shooting
in US history.
As anger and grief gripped the campus of Virginia Tech University, where 33
people died on Monday, police named the gunman as Cho Seung-Hui, a student at
the school and resident alien in
the United States.
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Steve Flaherty, superintendent of Virginia state police, told a press
conference here that Cho was an English major at Virginia Tech in his senior
year from Centreville, Virginia, and had been living in a campus dormitory.
No motive was given for the rampage.
University authorities have come under fire from some students and parents
for their handling of the tragedy.
Larry Hincker, associate vice president for university relations, said
officials had difficulty obtaining information about the gunman. "He was
a loner and we had difficulty finding information about him," he said.
Two people were shot dead in an initial attack in a campus dormitory on
Monday around 7:15 am. Another 30 were killed in Norris Hall, an engineering
building, two and one half hours later. Up to 30 others were wounded.
Cho shot himself in the head (Twice or perhaps three
times?) as police closed in on Norris Hall, where he had
methodically gunned down dozens of students and faculty members after chaining
the doors of the building from the inside.
Flaherty said a 9mm handgun and a 22mm handgun had been recovered from
He said ballistics tests indicated one of the weapons was used in both
shootings but could not say whether Cho was the only gunman and would not
exclude the possibility he had help carrying out the massacre.
"It certainly is reasonable for us to assume that Cho was the shooter
in both places, but we don't have the evidence to take us there at this
particular point in time," Flaherty said.
"The ballistics test says that one of the weapons used in Norris Hall
was also used in the (first) shooting," he said.
"We are exploring whether or not there was someone that may or may not
have helped Cho at any point during his planning or his execution of this
particular event," he added.
As police pursued their investigation into the rampage, the campus of this
university of 26,000 students in southwestern Virginia
prepared to welcome President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush for a
Education and Shearing Day USA
A candlelight vigil (Babylonian
ritual) was also planned and flags
were flying at half-mast across the country on Tuesday.
Amid the shock and horror, some students and
families criticized college officials who failed to lock down the campus or
alert students when gunfire first broke out.
Anger has mounted that warnings of the early morning shooting on campus
were sent too late to stop the second, deadlier massacre in another building.
"There was a long lapse between the first incident and the
second," said student John Reaves, 22.
The head of public safety for Virginia, John Marshall, defended university
authorities on Tuesday telling a press conference the right
decisions had been made.
"I think it's important to note that yesterday morning President
(Charles) Steger and his staff, and chief (Wendell) Flinchum in law
enforcement, made the right decisions based on the best information that they
had available at the time," Marshall said.
Early Monday a man and a woman were found dead in a dormitory complex and
police began questioning someone who knew one of the victims. More than two
hours later Cho stalked classrooms in Norris Hall, leaving a trail of carnage.
Bodies were found in four classrooms and a stairwell, police said Tuesday.
Student Erin Sheehan survived along with a handful of classmates in a
20-plus member German class. Students held the door shut against the gunman
after he barged in twice and fired repeatedly, she said.
"He seemed very thorough about it, getting almost everyone down. I was
trying to act dead," she said.
One of the victims was identified as Ryan Clark, a young man who was shot
in the dormitory in the morning. A woman was also killed in that incident but
her name has not been released.
Lorraine and Jeff Watkins drove to Blacksburg to see their 19-year-old
daughter Lauren, who lives in the dormitory where the first shooting took
They expressed frustration that school officials did not lock down the
entire university after the first incident.
"If someone has come into a campus and murdered two students in a
dorm, there should be a mass filing informing students and staff of what is
going on immediately," Lorraine Watkins said.
The shooting immediately renewed concern over school security and access
to guns that was rekindled last year by a rash of shootings. The state of
Virginia has some of the weakest gun licensing requirements in the country.
Not anymore, for they are now involved into the New World
OF Course, the sons of Satan seek to disarm you Maraka, just before they kick in
your door and slay as many of you as they can, Just like their experiment of
HolyCost in Russia
neglect to tell you that criminals do all the killing, see unarmed Iraqi
U.S. Gun Control Laws Criticized Abroad
01:49 PM US/Eastern
LONDON (AP) - The Virginia
Tech shootings sparked criticism of U.S. gun control
laws around the world Tuesday. Editorials lashed out at the availability
of weapons, and the leader of Australia—one of America's closest
allies—declared that America's gun culture was costing lives.
Escalation of unarmed populace in Australia and other disarmed countries, let
alone serious Human Rights Violations, this is a PURE Shem Sham of Shame report
South Korea's Foreign Ministry said the government hoped Monday's shootings,
allegedly carried out by a 23-year-old South Korean native, would not "stir
up racial prejudice or confrontation."
While some focused blame only on the gunman, world opinion over U.S. gun laws
was almost unanimous: Access to weapons increases the probability of shootings.
There was no sympathy for the view that more guns would have saved lives by
enabling students to shoot the assailant.
"We took action to limit the availability of guns and we showed a
national resolve that the gun culture that is such a negative in the United
States would never become a negative in our country," said Australian
Prime Minister John Howard, who staked his political career on promoting
tough gun laws after a gunman went on one of the world's deadliest killing
sprees 11 years ago.
and MURDER has escalated
The tragedy in a Tasmanian tourist resort left 35 people dead.
Afterward, Australia's gun laws were changed to prohibit automatic weapons and
handguns and toughen licensing and storage restrictions.
Handguns are also banned in Britain—a prohibition that forces even the
country's Olympic pistol shooting team from practicing on its own soil. In
Sweden, civilians can acquire firearm permits only if they have a hunting
license or are members of a shooting club and have no criminal record. In Italy,
people must have a valid reason for wanting one. Firearms are forbidden for
private Chinese citizens.
Still, leaders from Britain, Germany, Mexico, China, Afghanistan and France
stopped short of criticizing President
Bush or U.S. gun laws when they offered sympathies to the families of
Editorials were less diplomatic.
"Only the names change—And the numbers," read a headline in the
Times of London. "Why, we ask, do Americans continue to tolerate gun laws
and a culture that seems to condemn thousands of innocents to death every year,
when presumably, tougher restrictions, such as those in force in European
countries, could at least reduce the number?"
see Iraq and their freedom
The French daily Le Monde said the regularity of mass shootings across the
Atlantic was a blotch on America's image.
The French are a blot on the world
"It would be unjust and especially false to reduce the United States to
the image created, in a recurrent way, from the bursts of murderous fury that
some isolated individuals succumb to. But acts like this are rare elsewhere, and
tend to often disfigure the 'American dream.'"
Police started identifying the victims Tuesday. One was a Peruvian student
identified as Daniel Perez Cueva, 21, according to his mother Betty Cuevas, who
said her son was studying international relations.
Two professors from India and Israel were also killed.
Liviu Librescu, 76, an engineering science and mathematics lecturer, tried to
stop the gunman from entering his classroom by blocking the door before he was
fatally shot, his son said Tuesday from Tel
"My father blocked the doorway with his body and asked the students to
flee," Joe Librescu said. His father, a Holocaust
survivor, immigrated to Israel from Romania, and was on sabbatical in
Indian-born G.V. Loganathan, 51, a lecturer at the Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, was also among the dead, his brother G.V. Palanivel told Indian
"We all feel like we have had an electric shock. We do not know what to
do," Palanivel said of his brother.
The killings also hit a nerve for Virginia Tech alumni abroad.
"I think if this does prompt a serious and reflective debate on gun
issues and gun law in the States, then some good may come from this woeful
tragedy," said British Home Office Minister Tony McNulty, who graduated in
Britain's 46 homicides involving firearms last year was the lowest since the
late 1980s. New York City, with 8 million people compared to 53 million in
England and Wales, recorded 590 homicides last year.
"If the guns are harder to get a hold of, fewer people will do it,"
said Michael Dent, a 65-year-old construction worker in London. "You can't
walk up to a supermarket or shop and buy a gun like in the States."
But even in Germany, where gun-control laws are strict, a teenager in 2002
shot and killed 12 teachers, a secretary, two students and a police officer at a
high school. The shooter was a gun club member licensed to own weapons. The
attack led Germany to raise the age for owning recreational firearms from 18 to
"The instant I saw the pictures and heard the commentary, it immediately
brought back our own experience," Gutenberg high school director Christiane
Alt said of the Virginia Tech killings.
The Swedish daily Goteborgs-Posten said without access to weapons, the
killings at Virginia Tech may have been prevented.
"What exactly triggered the massacre in Virginia is unclear, but the
fundamental reason is often the perpetrator's psychological problems in
combination with access to weapons," it wrote.
The shootings drew intense media coverage in China, in part because the
school has a large Chinese student body.
"This incident reflects the problem of gun control in America,"
Yuan Peng, an American studies expert in China, was quoted as saying by
state-run China Daily.
Only 7 percent of the more than 26,000 students at Virginia Tech are foreign,
according to the school Web site. But Chinese make up nearly a third of that.
In Italy, there are three types of licenses for gun ownership: for personal
safety, target practice and skeet shooting, and hunting. Authorization is
granted by the police. To obtain a gun for personal safety, the owner must be an
adult and have a "valid" reason.
Italy's leading daily Corriere della Sera's main story on the shootings was
an opinion piece entitled "Guns at the Supermarket"—a critical view
of the U.S. gun lobby and the ease with which guns can be purchased. State-run
RAI radio also discussed at length what it said were lax standards for gun
ownership in the United States.
"The latest attack on a U.S. campus will shake up America, maybe it will
provoke more vigorous reactions than in the past, but it won't change the
culture of a country that has the notion of self-defense imprinted on its DNA
and which considers the right of having guns inalienable," Corriere wrote
in its front-page story.
Several Italian graduate students at Virginia Tech recounted how they
barricaded themselves inside a geology department building not far from the
scene of the shooting.
In Mexico, radio commentators criticized the availability of firearms in the
U.S. Others renewed Mexico's complaint that most guns in Mexico are smuggled in
from the United States.
The killings led newspapers' front pages, with Mexico City's Dario Monitor
reporting: "Terror returns to the U.S.: 32 assassinated on university
campus." The tabloid Metro compared Mexico's death toll Monday from drug
violence to the number of people killed at Virginia Tech, in a front-page
headline that read: "U.S. 33, Mexico 20."
One Stinking Disarmed World Odor
and but of course........
the Cry "Never Again" must be added
of course there is no mention of the dead goyim
Israeli professor is among
dead in Virginia shooting
NEW YORK (JTA) — Among the things said to have inspired Liviu Librescu to
leave his home in Israel and resettle in southwest Virginia was the area's
A professor of engineering at Tel Aviv University, Librescu came to Virginia
Polytechnic Institute in 1985 for a one-year
sabbatical, but stayed more than two decades.
"It was the right place for him," Librescu's son Arie told JTA from
his home in Israel. "It was the right school in terms of what he was
working on. He liked the quiet and the peace of that area."
That peace was broken April 16 when a gunman, a 23-year-old senior from South
Korea, stormed Norris Hall, where Librescu was teaching. Librescu was killed,
along with 32 others, in the worst shooting rampage in modern American
Born in Romania, Librescu survived the Holocaust and the brutal regime of
Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, arriving in Israel in 1978. He died on
the day that his adopted country, and Jews worldwide, marked
Yom Hashoah, the international day of remembrance for victims of the
Students in Librescu's class say he barricaded the classroom door as the
gunman advanced, providing time for students to escape through the windows.
Asael Arad, an Israeli freshman at the Blacksburg campus, told JTA he had
heard from Librescu's wife that the professor died trying to prevent the
gunman from entering his classroom.
"He blocked the door with his body so the killer wouldn't be able to get
into the class," Arad said. "He got shot through the door."
A professor in the Engineering Science and Mechanics Department, Librescu was
educated at the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest and the Institute of Fluid
Mechanics, where he received his PhD. in 1969. He specialized in research of
high-strength, lightweight materials used in airplanes and boats.
A source at the Israeli Embassy in Washington confirmed that Librescu had been
prevented from emigrating by Romania's Communist government. An appeal from
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to Romania's president paved the way for
Librescu and his wife, Marlena, to move to Israel.
As of Tuesday, Librescu was believed to be the only Jew killed in the
massacre. One Jewish student broke his ankle leaping from a second-story
window and was recovering in the hospital Monday evening.
Virginia Tech has a relatively small Jewish population — 1,400 out of a
total student body of 29,000, according to Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish
Campus Life — though it's said to be growing.
Campus Hillel director Sue Kurtz held a meeting with Jewish students Monday
night and was planning a second for Tuesday. Kurtz was scheduled to deliver a
reading at a university-wide convocation Tuesday afternoon.
"The only possible response to a horror of this scale," Hillel
President Wayne Firestone said, "is to remember the victims of this
tragedy with love, to use their lives as an example for our own, and to
continue to pursue a better world in their memory."
Librescu is survived by his wife, sons Joe and Arie and one grandchild. The
family is planning a burial in Israel later this week.
"He thought and he acted as he thought was right," Arie Librescu
said. "Science and lecturing — that was really his life. And he
protected it with his life."
Either way, MURDER is only from the MURDERER from the
BEGINNING, any who MURDER do the Lust of their Father
In from the Beast
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Post subject: What's going on?
|David Ketter wrote:
|The silence since the Fast of the
Firstborn concerns me...What's going on?
A lot really.
The website "thesanhedrin.ORG" is being redesigned by
the nascent Sanhedrin itself.
The supporters or "Friends of the Sanhedrin" has been
moved to "thesanhedrin.NET".
I am waiting to see how the new website will look, so that I can
add anything that appears to me missing to the website "thesanhedrin.NET".
In the meantime, I have been helping out in other Sanhedrin
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The Obedient Goym
Noahide John Hagee, admits he has never asked ONE JEW to REPENT, not only does
he shut them out of the Kingdom, but he him self is left outside for his flesh
Olam Haba of the Sanhedrin Beast, these are the "Haters" of all the
The shill for Moshiach's flesh
Kingdom, Blasphemy and MURDER advocate
of His Orthodox Hassidic
Rabbi's, declared a "Righteous Goyim Ger Toshav Noahide".......50
Million US Noahides who will think to do GOD a service, when we who are
opposed to Satan's Noahides Laws are put to death. He as well as all who dwell
in their lowestrooms of arrogant Lucre, Refuse to Stand Fast and Testify of
Jesus the Only Way to enter into Sion, God's Holy Mountain in Heaven, and
rightly so for they have their reward, for them this is as good as it gets.
Treasonous Government set you up for Slavery unto the Talmudic Jewsh Bankers, Oh
yes you will bow and worship them or you do have the Option of Freedom forever
More, and that MY Friends is only Freedom by faith in Jesus the Christ the LORD
and free you shall be forever more through him by faith. Let the sons of Satan
and their Flesh Hoodlum haha have their cesspool planet earth and their Beloved
Moshiach ben Satan false Christ they seek.
Bankruptcy: A Halakhic Perspective
Rabbi Yitzchok A. Breitowitz
The social phenomenon of bankruptcy is one that is increasingly familiar to
many Americans. In the past decade, major companies previously thought to be
virtually invulnerable - airlines, hotel chains, real estate developers - have
found it necessary to seek relief under federal bankruptcy law. In a given
year, there are more bankruptcy cases filed in federal court than all other
cases put together. As is true for all issues of social life, bankruptcy too
is subject to a Jewish perspective. The central issue I would like to address
is whether it is morally proper for a religious Jew to try to escape payment
of debts by invoking bankruptcy relief. 1
At the outset, it must be recognized that the Torah considers the
obligation to pay debts as absolute. There is, of course, a mitzvah in the
Torah of giving charity (tsedokeh) and the Rambam tells us that the highest
form of charity is making a loan to somebody because a loan is enabling
someone to achieve self sufficiency. Therefore, according to the Torah, (Talmud
Bavli of Satan) loans were not business propositions, loans were
Loans were acts of charity, benevolence and generosity. That is form of
tsedokeh. At the same time, however, the debtor's obligation to pay is
considered to be an absolute obligation and there is no
mechanism in halakhah that is tantamount to escaping your debts by filing a
bankruptcy and obtaining a discharge.2
The Morality of Seeking Bankruptcy Relief
Given the fact that halakhah does not recognize the concept of discharge,
which means you're liable no matter what, may a halakhically committed Jew
ever file a bankruptcy petition? In other words, am I allowed to file
bankruptcy, get a discharge and not pay my creditors if under Jewish law one
always has to pay his creditors?
Matthew18: 22: Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.
23: Therefore is the kingdom of heaven likened unto a certain king, which would take account of his servants.
24: And when he had begun to reckon, one was brought unto him, which owed him ten thousand talents.
25: But forasmuch as he had not to pay, his lord commanded him to be sold, and his wife, and children, and all that he had, and payment to be made.
26: The servant therefore fell down, and worshipped him, saying, Lord, have patience with me, and I will pay thee all.
27: Then the lord of that servant was moved with compassion, and loosed him, and forgave him the debt.
28: But the same servant went out, and found one of his fellowservants, which owed him an hundred pence: and he laid hands on him, and took him by the throat, saying, Pay me that thou owest.
29: And his fellowservant fell down at his feet, and besought him, saying, Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all.
30: And he would not: but went and cast him into prison, till he should pay the debt.
31: So when his fellowservants saw what was done, they were very sorry, and came and told unto their lord all that was done.
32: Then his lord, after that he had called him, said unto him, O thou wicked servant, I forgave thee all that debt, because thou desiredst me:
33: Shouldest not thou also have had compassion on thy fellowservant, even as I had pity on thee?
34: And his lord was wroth, and delivered him to the tormentors, till he should pay all that was due unto him.
35: So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also unto you, if ye from your hearts forgive not every one his brother their trespasses.
As is true in many matters, there is a diversity of opinion. Some opinions
say that to invoke a bankruptcy discharge is theft;
since under Jewish law you still owe that money, not paying it back is
illicit. Other opinions say that even though halakhah does not recognize a
bankruptcy discharge in a pure halakhic system, under the system that we live
in one is permitted to utilize it. There are two different theories that are
given. One theory is based on the Talmudic
rule called "Dina D'Malchuta Dina." Now, this is Aramaic for
the law of the land is halakhically the law that we must follow.
And Dear Marakans the Law is HJR 104, PL 102-14 the
Talmudic Inspired anti-Christ Noahide Laws unto Satan and his
"Chosen" self appointed gods
That's a principle that needs a great deal of explanation. Obviously, the
rule doesn't mean that secular law supersedes religious law in every respect.
If secular law were to say don't keep the Shabbat, keep Sunday, we obviously
wouldn't listen to it. If secular law would say that marriages can be
terminated by civil divorce, we would not listen to that, we still have the
requirement of get. The principle of Dina D'Malchuta Dina is limited to
one sphere only. It does not apply to ritual law, it does not apply to family
law, it applies exclusively to monetary matters.
How very convenient, the Jews own the IRS and the
That regarding monetary obligations, regarding property rights, civil
law is considered to be paramount. Thus, for example, it
is against Jewish law for a person to evade the payment of income taxes.
If civil law says you must pay taxes, then you're not only violating Title 26
of the United States Code, you are violating halakhah, when you engage in tax
So they can collect and Kill any Goyim Nation who
oppose their self made godhood at will
When it comes to ritual law, clearly secular law has no say in the matter
at all but when it comes to monetary obligations, Dina D'Malchuta Dina. So,
the argument goes, since bankruptcy law is a law that pertains to property
rights and the like, the principle of Dina D'Malchuta Dina allows you to
invoke a bankruptcy discharge.
There is yet another theory that would allow the same thing, and that is
what I would call the "rules of the game" theory. If I lend you
money and am aware of the fact that under American law there are escape
mechanisms, in effect, I have agreed to put myself in that system. For
example, if we were to enter an express agreement that if I lend you money you
don't have to pay me in the event of a bankruptcy, that would be our
agreement, that's our contract. Taking this one step further, it may be
asserted that every contract that is made is made with the knowledge and
understanding of the prevailing rules that apply in this game and, therefore,
halakhah would permit a bankruptcy discharge not as a matter of bankruptcy per
se but as a matter of a term that was implicitly incorporated in the
background of the agreement. Therefore, once again if we could have made this expressly
part of our agreement, it could be made implicitly part of our
agreement. In short, there are two distinct rationales for permitting the
invocation of bankruptcy relief: (1) the principle of Dina D'Malchuta Dina
which enables secular law to trump religious law in the monetary sphere; (2)
implicit incorporation as a term of the agreement.
I would suggest there are some practical differences between those two
theories. There is a big difference between declaring bankruptcy on money you
owe the bank and declaring bankruptcy on money that you owe your Aunt Tillie.
If the justification rests on the concept that people who lend know the rules
of the game, this may apply to a commercial loan but does not necessarily
apply to your next door neighbor or your friend who may not even be aware of
bankruptcy as an option of escaping. Therefore, if we were to adopt the first
theory of Dina D'malchuta Dina, nonpayment following bankruptcy would be
permitted no matter what the loan or the creditor. If permissibility hinges on
the second theory, however, one would have to pay very close scrutiny to the
nature of the creditor's sophistication and the like. This approach would say
that essentially when a knowledgeable sophisticated lender lends you money,
they are lending you money against the backdrop of the rules of the game. So,
when you take advantage of those rules, you are doing nothing more than what
the contract by implication allowed you to do. By contrast, however, when
you're dealing with an Aunt Tillie or the like, who is not aware of those
rules of the game, you would not be allowed to invoke bankruptcy. Of course,
this would also mean you could never invoke bankruptcy against people who are
creditors not by choice. For example, if you ran somebody over they are also
your creditor, but since they never negotiated for that status you would not
be permitted under this theory to invoke bankruptcy relief against them. As a
practical matter, you could go through a bankruptcy but halakhah may require
that you reaffirm your commitment to resume payments to certain creditors
because it would be immoral and against halakhah to deprive them of their
In a secular system, bankruptcy and financial difficulty are regarded as a
two-way problem between a debtor and a creditor; in Judaism it is regarded
ultimately as a societal problem. Under a Jewish society if a person finds
himself in a very difficult situation, it is not just his own tough luck.
Rather there is an obligation on the community to support people who have
fallen on hard times. Indeed, the Talmud
states that the obligation of supporting people is not merely to put them on a
subsistence level, but to support them in the manner and the standard of
living to which they have been accustomed. If the rich fellow who became poor
was used to having a servant and a chauffeur and a valet, or a horse and a
driver in those days, the obligation of tsedokeh is to give that person a
horse and a driver, and a valet and a chauffeur. Now, obviously there are
going to be priority problems. If there's not enough to give bread to give
everybody who needs it, then you're not going to give this guy a chauffeur.
But, assuming that there is a sufficient balance in the charity fund, then we
even use it for that.
The emerging pattern is therefore the following: on one hand, secular law
is more generous to the debtor vis-a-vis the relationship to the creditor. The
secular law gives the debtor more escape hatches than does Jewish law.
Not any more because your Congress serves the beast
Jewish law basically says you have no way of escaping
the clutches of the creditor.
But that has to be understood in tandem with the fact that the communal
responsibilities toward the debtor are much greater. Essentially, what a
secular bankruptcy tells the creditor is, you Mr. Creditor suffer the risks of
the debtor's bad fortune. You lent him the money, if he escapes that, you
suffer the loss. (Noahide) Halakhah says the loss
is not going to be suffered by the creditor but the loss
will in effect be shared by society as a whole. It's really the theory
of loss spreading like insurance. Insurance is often described as a loss
spreading mechanism, that instead of one person suffering a catastrophic loss,
all of society through premiums
bear a little bit of that loss. I would describe the halakhic debt
collection system that way as well. Which means, if you only look at it in
terms of a creditor and a debtor, it looks like we have a fairly hard headed
system. Debtor has no means of escape. But if you look at the total picture in
terms of societal obligations, then you can actually see that it's really a
very sophisticated loss sharing mechanism a system that is profoundly more
responsive and compassionate to the plight of poverty and difficult
Indeed, historically, Jewish societies (when there was self government
during the Middle Ages) had innumerable social welfare institutions that took
care of people's needs in a very responsible, compassionate way,
institutions that were supported by taxes that the Jewish communities would
levy on the inhabitants of those communities. And even today, there is
a mitzvah upon us to give at least 10% of our income to charity and it is
laudable to give up to 20% if you're able to afford that. (In fact Orthodox
Jews often get audited by the IRS, because the average charitable contribution
level in the non-Jewish world is considerably less than 5%. So,
the IRS is not used to that standard of giving.)
In truth, this illustrates an essential proposition concerning many of the
so-called hard line teachings of Judaism. Whenever you assess any particular
aspect of Judaism, you have to look at the parts as part of an integrated
whole and not just isolate the single straits, taken out of context. In
Judaism, as in life, let us beware of unfounded generalizations based on
incomplete information. May our recognition of the vast riches of our Torah (Talmud
of Satan) spur all of us to greater commitment to learning and
1 The primary reason individuals file for
bankruptcy is to obtain a discharge. Under Title 11 of the United States Code,
a debtor who files for bankruptcy will usually receive a discharge wiping
virtually all of his debts off the slate. Certain debts, however, may continue
to survive, e.g. alimony, child support, student loans, most taxes, and
criminal fines such as traffic tickets. See 11 U.S.C. §523. As will be noted,
halakha neither recognizes the concept of discharge nor the idea of a statute
of limitations that says that if a creditor fails to act by a certain time, he
2 Nevertheless, two notable protections that
debtors enjoy under halakha are: (1) protection from creditor harassment - it
is prohibited for a creditor to put pressure on a debtor under circumstances
where a debtor is unable to pay (the rabbis of the
Talmud were so meticulous about this that a lender would not even walk by his
debtor's house because the debtor may feel a pang of embarrassment or shame);
(2) certain property is left to the debtor and exempt from debt collection, e.g.,
a 30-day food allowance, one year's worth of clothing, tools and implements
needed for a trade or business (including computers, medical equipment and the
like), and funds that were received as charity. Nevertheless,
the debt per se never goes away and if debtor wins the lottery 20 years
later, creditor may go after him.
HJR 104, PL 102-14, Talmudic
law now totally supercedes Constitutional law, by TREASON