The Chadad Lubavitch and Obama.

Hello everyone, and thanks so much for coming back. This post we will be looking at former President Barack Obama. We know from my earlier posts, there have been many Freemasons and a couple of Skulls and bones thrown in the mix. But what about Obama? I could not find any HARD evidence of him being a Freemason, or belonging to any evil college frat boy secret society. So why did the dark evil global elite industrial war and world banking machine, pick a nobody like Obama? This man literally came up out of nowhere, and held the office of President for two terms, without an impeachment …imagine that, crazy uh? Well my friends let’s try to find out.

To stay the course we have been on with the previous president’s, let’s see if Obama had any dealings with the Chabad Lubavitch.

President Obama presents a ceremonial copy of the Education and Sharing Day Proclamation to a delegation from the American Friends of Lubavitch

President Barack Obama presents a ceremonial copy of the Education and Sharing Day Proclamation that he issued on March 31, 2015 to a delegation from the American Friends of Lubavitch in the Oval Office, April 27, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Since the establishment of Education and Sharing Day, which occurs on the Rebbe’s birthday, every President has issued an annual Proclamation marking “Education and Sharing Day, USA”. This year’s Education and Sharing Day Proclamation acknowledges the emphasis Rabbi Schneerson placed on the education of girls, noting: “In an era where a woman’s education was not valued the same as a man’s, the Rebbe worked to tear down barriers that stood in the way of girls who wanted to learn.”

The President called combating rising anti-Semitism a moral obligation and emphasized that he will continue to raise the issue with other world leaders.

Well…there you have it. Just like the Presidents before, since 1978, President Obama continues on the tradition. His stamp on it is educating girls. With of course— that’s right, no anti-Semitism. We has a nation cannot speak out against their evil diabolical Noahide plan to take over the World. That would be anti-Semitic—shhhh!!! Don’t Nobody Say Nothing!!! We Could Get In Trouble!!!

So what was Obama? Christian, Muslim, maybe Jewish? Let’s find out what he has told us in the past.

US President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 20, 2015.  (photo credit: REUTERS)

US President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 20, 2015. (photo credit: REUTERS)

In speech about religious tolerance, Obama says he is a devout Christian.US President Barack Obama defended his adherence to the Christian faith on Tuesday in a speech in New Delhi, India.
During an address given while on a visit to India with the First Lady, Michelle, Obama preached religious tolerance, reminding the Indian people that no one deserves to be prosecuted for their religion.

He also told the crowd that he is a Christian, but even if he wasn’t, it would also be okay. 

“In our lives, Michelle and I have been strengthened by our Christian faith.  But there have been times where my faith has been questioned — by people who don’t know me — or they’ve said that I adhere to a different religion, as if that were somehow a bad thing,” he said.

Speaking about both the US and India, Obama touted the variety of faiths practiced in both nations. ”Our nations are strongest when we see that we are all God’s children — all equal in His eyes and worthy of His love.  Across our two great countries we have Hindus and Muslims, Christians and Sikhs, and Jews and Buddhists and Jains and so many faiths.”

Wow! Sounds just like ole George W. Bush doesn’t it? Universalism.




  • 1.the belief that all humankind will eventually be saved: “Christian universalism would insist that Christ’s atonement did atone for everyone’s sins”
  • 2.loyalty to and concern for others without regard to national or other allegiances: “a tendency towards universalism and inclusion”

Well now isn’t that interesting? Did Obama ever claim to be a born again Christian?

I’m going to take some excerpts now from an article at, but I recommend you read the entire interview, it’s pretty interesting. I’m just going to touch on some key points that Barack was quoted as saying.

Obama on faith: The exclusive interview

Barack Obama

Editor’s Note:

At 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 27, 2004, when I was the religion reporter (I left the paper in January 2010) at theChicago Sun-Times, I met then-State Sen. Barack Obama at Café Baci, a small coffee joint at 330 S. Michigan Avenue in Chicago, to interview him exclusively about his spirituality. Our conversation took place a few days after he’d clinched the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate seat that he eventually won.

We spoke for more than an hour.

He came alone.

He answered everything I asked without notes or hesitation.

The profile of Obama that grew from the interview at Cafe Baci became the first in a series in the Sun-Times called “The God Factor,” that eventually became my first book, The God Factor: Inside the Spiritual Lives of Public People(FSG, March 2006.)

Because of the staggering interest in now-President Obama’s faith and spiritual predilections, I thought it might be helpful to share that interview, uncut and in its entirety, here.



What do you believe?


I am a Christian.

So, I have a deep faith. So I draw from the Christian faith.

On the other hand, I was born in Hawaii where obviously there are a lot of Eastern influences.

I lived in Indonesia, the largest Muslim country in the world, between the ages of six and 10.

My father was from Kenya, and although he was probably most accurately labeled an agnostic, his father was Muslim.

And I’d say, probably, intellectually I’ve drawn as much from Judaism as any other faith.

There are three things I would like to point out here. 1) Barack says right off the bat that he is a Christian, and that he draws from the Christian faith. But he doesn’t stop there. A true believer in the Lord would have stopped there or at least elaborate more on what he just said, but no, he goes on to add point no. 2) He adds also that he draws from his eastern influences, eastern paganism is what he is really saying. The faith spoken of in the Bible, whether Old Testament, or New, is in no way influenced by eastern paganism.

A depiction of a royal heiau (Hawaiian temple) at Kealakekua Bay, c. 1816

Hawaiian religion encompasses the indigenous religious beliefs and practices of Native Hawaiians. It is polytheistic and animistic, with a belief in many deities and spirits, including the belief that spirits are found in non-human beings and objects such as other animals, the waves, and the sky.

Hawaiian religion originated among the Tahitians and other Pacific islanders who landed in Hawaiʻi between 500 and 1300 AD.[1] Today, Hawaiian religious practices are protected by the American Indian Religious Freedom Act.[2] Traditional Hawaiian religion is unrelated to the modern New Age practice known as “Huna“.

3) He then goes on to say he also draws his faith from Judaism, as much as any other faith. This is absolutely impossible, to trust in Jesus our Lord, and accept His sacrifice for our sins, upon the cross, by shedding His blood as a lasting blood sacrifice for all, and then turn and accept paganism, and Judaism, the very faith that condemned Jesus to death. But as a sly newly elected Senator at the time of this interview – basically he was covering all the bases, and embracing Universalism. People love to here about everybody making it to heaven, there is different paths, but we will all get there. It gives them a ticket to live and believe how ever they want, and still believe heaven awaits them. It’s the ultimate deception devised by satan. It’s a win, win right? Oprah has been pushing this lie for quite sometime now. It’s eternal damnation, that’s what awaits those who have chosen the easy way, the wide path, to destruction. Continuing on now.


Have you always been a Christian?


I was raised more by my mother and my mother was Christian.


Any particular flavor?



My grandparents who were from small towns in Kansas. My grandmother was Methodist. My grandfather was Baptist. This was at a time when I think the Methodists felt slightly superior to the Baptists. And by the time I was born, they were, I think, my grandparents had joined a Universalist church.

Ok whether your mom, dad or grandparents, are Christian or not. This will never have any bearing whatsoever on where you personally stand with Jesus. We are not born into being believers, we are born again to be believers. It’s all about us, not at all about whether our parents were Christians or not; that will never, ever make us true believers in Christ, and members of His Congregation.


So you got yourself born again?


Yeah, although I don’t, I retain from my childhood and my experiences growing up a suspicion of dogma. And I’m not somebody who is always comfortable with language that implies I’ve got a monopoly on the truth, or that my faith is automatically transferable to others.

Notice Obama doesn’t like that term “born again”


What’s that power? Is it the holy spirit? God?


Well, I think it’s the power of the recognition of God, or the recognition of a larger truth that is being shared between me and an audience.

That’s something you learn watching ministers, quite a bit. What they call the Holy Spirit. They want the Holy Spirit to come down before they’re preaching, right? Not to try to intellectualize it but what I see is there are moments that happen within a sermon where the minister gets out of his ego and is speaking from a deeper source. And it’s powerful.


Who’s Jesus to you?

(He laughs nervously)



Jesus is an historical figure for me, and he’s also a bridge between God and man, in the Christian faith, and one that I think is powerful precisely because he serves as that means of us reaching something higher.

And he’s also a wonderful teacher. I think it’s important for all of us, of whatever faith, to have teachers in the flesh and also teachers in history.


Is Jesus someone who you feel you have a regular connection with now, a personal connection with in your life?


Yeah. Yes. I think some of the things I talked about earlier are addressed through, are channeled through my Christian faith and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Did Barack say anything about Jesus being the Son of God, Who is God?


Do you believe in sin?




What is sin?


Being out of alignment with my values.


What happens if you have sin in your life?


I think it’s the same thing as the question about heaven. In the same way that if I’m true to myself and my faith that that is its own reward, when I’m not true to it, it’s its own punishment.

Wow! Really? Your sin is against your values Obama, and not against the Most Holy Almighty God? Well as a good little Universalist should be, just stay true to yourself, it will all be ok. Right? Nope…wrong; you can talk the talk, but you can’t walk the walk, Barack.

So that really showed his true colors…did it not? On his so-called faith. Let’s now take a look at the true side of Barack Obama, and his part in marching us as a nation, and the world, toward the building of the fourth beast system. You my readers are intelligent, and we all know that there had to be a darker side to Obama rising out of nowhere to become a puppet President for someone, or some group. Next post we will look at who that someone or group. Until next time. May the Lord bless your search for truth, leaving no stone unturned.