The Chabad Lubavitch, Univeralism, and George W. Bush

Hello everyone, and thank you for coming back. Last post we left off with former President Bill Clinton, so let’s continue on with George Bush Jr.

George W. Bush and the Chabad Lubavitch

As a delegation of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries looks on, President George W.

President George W. Bush signed a proclamation declaring April 16, 2008 – the 106th anniversary of the birth of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory – Education and Sharing Day, USA. “Proclaiming an Education Day,” he continued, “in connection with the Rebbe’s birthday emphasizes education’s importance in our society.” Rabbi Avraham Shemtov, the Philadelphia-based chairman of the Chabad-Lubavitch umbrella group Agudas Chasidei Chabad and national director of American Friends of Lubavitch, called attention to the fact that Bush’s signing marks the 30th such proclamation issued by the White House. Five presidents have marked the Rebbe’s birthday throughout the years, he said, but the content of the latest document goes further in identifying education as the foundation of an individual’s life. “It illuminates what the Rebbe said so many times: Education is not only the means of survival in life, it implies the molding of character,” explained Shemtov. “Education covers the entire roadmap of a person’s existence. The president, who briefly shared words with each member of the delegation, thanked Chabad-Lubavitch for its work with children.[chabad.org]

Here we see they are really going after the children in the Public schools. I mean what is the first thing you do when you have a secret agenda for the future? You brainwash the children of today. I mean come on …every evil diabolical secret society knows that one, that’s chapter 1 in the hand book “Taking Over The World.”

The five Presidents they mentioned are as follows:

  • Jimmy Carter-Puppet President, professed Christian, 33rd degree Freemason, started Education Day in 1978 with the Rebbe Schneerson.
  •  Ronald Reagan-Puppet President, professed Christian, 33rd degree Freemason, continues on the “Rebbe” tradition.
  • George H.W. Bush-Puppet President, professed Christian, Skull and Bones, continues on the “Rebbe” birthday celebrations.
  • William Clinton-Puppet President, professed Christian, 33rd degree Freemason, changes Education Day, to Education Day and Sharing Day. Very warm and fuzzy sounding don’t you think? All smiles and rainbows!
  • George W. Bush- Puppet President, professed Christian, Skull and Bones, continues where the others left off, but recognizing their work brainwashing the minds of the kiddos.
    Are we seeing a coincidence? Maybe; but what I think looks coincidental is really not. The Freemasons, and the Skull and Bones, are both secret societies, tied in with the Illuminati, and Mystic Judaism. All from the mystery schools of Babylon and Egypt. But if you belong to one, you pledge full allegiance to that fraternity. You can’t pledge full allegiance to two separate but equal entities. Separate in their brotherhood, equal in their mystic beliefs and Luciferian worship. That’s why some are Masons, some are Skull and Bones. But they are all hand picked by a very dark global elitist system. What’s funny is they all profess to be Christian.

Was George W. Bush a Christian?

Well if you remember some of the head lines you would say yes, a true born again Christian. Let’s find out the truth. To be fair as we all should be, I will show both sides and then let actions speak for themselves. I will begin with the side of Christian.

The following excerpts are from https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/jesus/president/spirituality.html

Doug Wead Bush Family friend

BushThere’s no question that the president’s faith is real, that it’s authentic, that it’s genuine, and there’s no question that it’s calculated. I know that sounds like a contradiction. But that will always be the case for a public figure, regardless of their faith, whether they’re Islamic, or Jewish, or Christian. …

One summer, Billy Graham’s invited up there. He’s already had some literature that shows that people who are able to beat their drinking problem often do so by invoking a higher power. So he asked Billy Graham some questions. I’ve talked to Billy Graham about it. He was not impressed with George being unusually inquisitive, but it was apparently a big deal to George W., because he told me about it back in 1987 and 1988. It was important in his life.

So I’m not saying that today his faith is based on the fact that he wants to have a normal relationship with Laura and keep his daughters. I’m just saying that sure got his attention. That brought him into the process. “Yes, I’ll take God if that’ll help me beat drinking. If beating drinking will help me save my marriage and keep my daughters, done deal. So where do you go to sign up? How do you believe? I’ll believe.” …

He wanted to save his marriage, and in the process, he came to discover that this was real. It’s something that happened to him, that he’d had a spiritual experience. …

Two things I want to make note of: 1) Billy Graham was a 33rd degree Mason, so read into that what you will… but that is exactly why he always had access to the Presidents. 2) A spiritual experience, is not what one would call being born again. I’m in no way judging him, but just to clarify; a spiritual experience is watching The Lord work in your life in some divine manner, in a certain situation for example. Being born again, is The Lord transforming your life, dead to the old man, born unto a new man. It starts the minute you accept Jesus as your personal Savior, and is a day to day, year to year process for the rest of your life. Ok let’s continue; let’s look at a few more excerpts from the above article.

Wayne Slater
Reporter, The Dallas Morning News


Bush believes very much in the core ideas of Christianity — the belief that you must believe in Jesus in order to go to heaven, that there is no other way to salvation. … That’s a fundamental Christian belief, and he embraces it. He believes in the absolute nature of God. Fundamentally, he believes in the existence of evil, not as an abstract idea, a philosophy, but as something that’s real and tangible. It’s something we’ve seen really most recently when he talks about the terrorists. He talks of them openly about the existence of evil on Earth. That’s something that means something to him. That’s a designed comment. That’s something that comes out of his heart, because he absolutely believes it.

John Green
Author, Religion and the Culture Wars

Evangelicals claim him as one of their own. They feel they have an ally in the White House.

There’s no question that the evangelical community has an ally in President Bush on a number of different issues, and in terms of basic values. There is a great deal of commonality between President Bush and evangelicals. Technically speaking, though, President Bush is a mainline Protestant, from the more conservative or traditional, or, if you will, evangelical wing of mainline Protestantism, but not really part of the core of the evangelical community, as scholars tend to understand it.

So there is a sense in which evangelicals are claiming somebody who really isn’t part of their religious community, but someone who shares many of their values, who certainly understands them well, and shares a number of their religious beliefs.

Steve Waldman
Editor-in-chief, Beliefnet

When I would talk to him about the faith-based initiative, I remember thinking, “Oh well, I’m going to trap him on this.” And I’d say, “Okay, but what if you give faith-based money and there’s this great Muslim program that reduces prison recidivism, but they do it by teaching the Quran. Are you really going to want to use federal money to teach the Quran?” He said, “Absolutely. If it helps reduce crime, and it’s a good program, absolutely.”

Well I think that covers a wide enough range on George Bush Jr’s faith so to speak from those who either knew him, or interviewed him. Now let’s get down to the nitty gritty. The area I really want to focus on is his ties with the Chabad, and the ushering in of the fourth beast system. I want to look inside the role he played. Since Jimmy Carter, and his friendly back rubbing of the “Rebbe,” each President has played a significant role in the emergence of the Chabad’s fourth beast system, and the acceptance of the Noahide Laws for the Gentile nations. While we Americans heard a lot of ole George’s patriotic speeches after 9/11, and prior to that his overwhelming faith in God. But what is the real truth hear? Our concern as Christians searching for truth, and our understanding of the future New, One World Order, led by their king the son of perdition; what we want to know is this. What was Georgies role in support of this Chabad Lubavitch, Nascent Sanhedrin judicial take over of the world. The very one the Apostle John wrote about in the book of Revelation. Let’s find out the other side of George W. Bush my friends.

George Bush (The Universalist) Denies Jesus As The Only Way, Says All Religons Worship the Same God

George Bush (The Universalist) Denies Jesus As The Only Way, Says All Religons Worship the Same God

After watching the above video, it speaks volumes on how George really views his faith…does it not? Well later in this study I will be going over Universalism and it’s New Age theologies, and its take over of some Christian denominations. But for the sake of this part of our study into the council, that persecuted Jesus, and then Stephen, and in the future those who carry the testimony of Jesus. Let’s stay in the box of the Chabad Lubavitch and Talmudic Judaism, mystic Judaism if you will.

The following will be excerpts from the website Jesus-is-savior.com

http://jesus-is-savior.com/Wolves/bush_denies_jesus_christ.htm

I just want to look at a few very note worthy statements and quotes here. A few by Bush Jr. and many by Texe Marrs. Please hit the link above and read the entire article.

Texe Marrs

Oh what spiritual horrors often come from the unseemly ambitions of political men! Take for example, the graphic example of President George W. Bush.

When running for the office of Governor for the State of Texas back in ’93, the younger Bush was asked at a news conference if he believed Jesus was the only way to heaven. In response, George W. Bush stated, “I believe that people who do not accept Jesus cannot go to heaven.”

That was in 1993. It was good politics, because Texas has a large populace of conservative Christians who believe exactly this very same thing—that Jesus is the only way, and that only he is the Saviour of humanity (John 3:16). Appreciating George W’s stand for Jesus, many Texas Christians warmly embraced their brother-in-Christ (they thought!). Bush went on to easily beat his Democratic opposition, the silver-tongued reprobate, Ann Richards, and became Governor of Texas. [Texe Marrs]

Notice what Texe points out. While running for Governor of Texas, Georgie Junior states the truth; those who do not trust in Christ as their Savior, do not go to Heaven. That’s what the voters wanted to hear. But that statement stayed with him even while he ran for the office of President. A lot of voters looked at him in that light and the very platform he ran on for governor. A born again Christian Republican. Let’s continue.

Bush Sought Jewish Approval for the Presidency

But, in 1998, just five years later, tiring of his Governor job and seeking greener pastures in Washington, D.C., Bush knew he would have to first win the approval of the Jewish bigwigs if he were to ever become President of the United States. Chief among the Jewish groups he would have to bow down to were the talmudic elite of the Jewish ADL.

Obediently wearing his Jewish skull cap, then Governor George Bush prays at the wailing wall of the Jews in Jerusalem.

That organization was determined to straighten politician George W. Bush out. To the antichrist Jews of the ADL, his religious views about Jesus didn’t make muster. If you want to be President, Abe Foxman, head of the ADL, warned Bush, you will have to ditch the idea that Jesus is the only way to heaven. [Texe Marrs]

And in comes Universalism, stage right.

Judgments About Heaven Do Not Belong

“Judgments about heaven do not belong in the realm of politics or this world,” Bush announced in a formal statement he made on the subject (Austin American-Statesman, online archives, December 13, 1998, page B3).

Moreover, to prove to his erstwhile Jewish critics that he’s no longer a “Jesus Only” man, George W. trekked over to Israel in November and December, 1998 (Austin American-Statesman, on-line archives, December 4, 1998, page B1), on a trip paid for and sponsored by the National Jewish Coalition. While there in Jerusalem, he went up to the ruins of the Temple wall, put on his Jewish yarmulke (skull cap) and prayed just like he was a Jew. None other than Ariel Sharon, then Defense Minister of Israel, escorted him around the country.

“I was there to listen and learn a lot,” Bush said. “Smart folks,” he added, referring to the Jews.

A Different Man, A Tolerant Man

George W. came back from Israel a different man, formally endorsed and beloved by the Jews and ready for his successful run at the White House. “I have shown people that I’m a tolerant person,” Bush said. “I’ve got great respect for the other religions of the world…”

The sea change difference in his pre-Israel visit belief in “Jesus Only” as Lord and his post-Israel visit conviction that Jesus is “one of many” acceptable gods was soon made glaringly visible. Here it is, right from Bush’s own mouth, as reported verbatim in the Austin, Texas press:

“Asked if he believes heaven is open only to Christians, Bush said, ‘No, I don’t believe that.'”

A Signed Contract: Bush and Jewish ADL Agree

To further convince his Jewish masters that his conversion to Zionism was legitimate and that his ditching of Jesus was the real thing, Bush was evidently told by the ADL boss, Abe Foxman, to put it in writing. And Governor Bush, like some kind of sock puppet, dutifully complied. His office even furnished Old Hater Abe Foxman and his ADL Jewish henchmen a letter to that effect signed by Bush personally.

That prompted the ADL to also put their approval of Bush’s Judaic conversion in writing as well.

“My friends, I am persuaded that George W. Bush has made a confidential pact with the devil. Forget this man’s pious exterior. Do not be deceived by the compromised evangelical leaders who sing Bush’s praises. Don’t be fooled by his puny tears and his protestations of how much he cares for the soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan who are shedding their blood and losing their limbs in a useless and arbitrary war whose twin goals are oil riches and Israeli territorial conquest.

It tears at my stomach and brings me profound sorrow to say it. But I must. George W. Bush is a hard-hearted, calculating killer who merely pretends to be a Christian. Believe it and be prepared for the worse.” -Texe Marrs

Adolph Hitler


For those of you who didn’t know, Adolf Hitler was also a so-called man of prayer and a devout Catholic (the new Pope, Benedict XVI was one of Hitler’s youth).  Just because George W. Bush claims to be a Christian means absolutely NOTHING. – Texe Marrs

Well that’s it for this post, next post we will look at Barack Obama. Until next time, may the Lord bless your search for truth, leaving no stone unturned.

Author: Troy Payne

Founder of the website www.chosenremnant.com. The Chosen Remnant of Jesus and the Truth About the Church, where we discuss the truth of Jesus’s true congregation of believers, and the deception in the Modern Churches, that are leading millions away from Christ, and possibly marching them towards an anti-christ system without them even knowing it.

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