By Pamela Rae Schuffert presenting investigative journalism from a Biblical Christian perspective-
On Sunday, August 21, 2011, I contacted LUBAVITCH CHABAD headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, by email. The purpose of this contact was to propose a conference between Lubavitch Chabad and a delegation of concerned Christians (including myself.) The purpose is to discuss the issue of THE NOAHIDE LAWS, coming Rabbinical courts, and the dilemma of millions of Christians facing mass executions by beheading under the Noahide laws. The Noahide Laws came directly from Lubavitch Chabad headquarters, and were signed into legislation by President George Bush Sr. in the presence of Lubavitch Chabad representatives in Washington DC.
Jesus Christ our Savior declared, "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God." Therefore, this is our peace delegation, to seek a peaecful resolution at this time regarding the implications of the Noahide Laws and the danger they pose to millions of Christians in America in the future.
There are many concerned Christians like myself, who know about the documented presence of modern guillotines in our military bases throughout America. (In this day of modern 21st century military technology, we understand that such outdated means of execution could have only one purpose in the future, and that is to execute by beheading the offenders of the Noahide Laws. The Noahide Laws demands that those who break those law declared to be punishable by death, be executed BY BEHEADING.)
We also understand after reading the Noahide Laws, that Christians are automatically considered "guilty" of breaking several of these Noahide Laws simply by our faith in our Savior, Jesus Christ.
However, the serious implications of these Noahide Laws being enforced against millions of Christian in North America are enormous. And such enforcement, resulting in a terrible bloodbath nationwide, would also tragically serve to create great antagonism against the Jewish communities across America in response. This predictably would lead to the innocent on both sides suffering tremendously.
The Biblical Christian solution is to seek a peaceful and non-violent resolution that would mutually benefit both sides of this extremely important issue.
It is not the will of God for millions of His Christian people to be slaughtered for their faith in our nation. It is not God's will for antagonism to arise between Christians and Jews, leading to tragedy and destruction. Therefore, a peaceful and Biblical solution must be found while there is yet time.
And this is the express purpose of proposing to send this Christian delegation to Lubavitch Chabad headquarters, hopefully resulting in a peaceful and productive conference with Lubavitch Chabad leaders at Lubavitch Chabad headquarters.
I will keep my readers informed regarding the response of Lubavitch Chabad to this important proposition.
-Pamela Rae Schuffert