My name is Michael Samuel. I am a former professor in the Judaic studies department of Concordia University, Montreal, and I have a question for you:
What would you do if a racist cult tried to build its headquarters in your neighborhood? What if the cult targeted specifically young people, teaching them that all Christians and Muslims are:
1. evil, satanic creatures from birth (making all Gentile babies “little demons”)
2. no better than worms
3. not really living beings at all, but already “dead”
4. all to be forcibly converted or subjugated by the “Messiah”
5. and that it is their sacred duty to hasten the arrival of this “Messiah” in order to accomplish the forcible conversion or subjugation of non-Jews as soon as possible.
These are just some of the racist teachings of the fanatical messianic cult named “Chabad Lubavitch.” This cult, masquerading as “authentic Judaism,” has been promised nearly one million dollars in funding by the government of Premier Lucien Bouchard of Quebec in order to build its new religious and “outreach” (missionary) complex in Cote St. Luc, Montreal.
Why should you care? Because Chabad Lubavitch is not just our problem, it may be yours as well. It is an extremely powerful, worldwide organization. Its power has until now intimidated the media, who are afraid to expose the evidence of racism produced here to the public, lest they be accused of anti-Semitism. We desperately need your help in breaking this media blackout. …
See these quotes, too, from the same article by one of their top rabbis:
As for the goyim…Zalman’s attitude (was): “Gentile souls are of a completely different and inferior order. They are totally evil, with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.” …If every simple cell in a Jewish body entails divinity, is a part of God, then every strand of DNA is a part of God. Therefore, something is special about Jewish DNA. …
If a Jew needs a liver, can you take the liver of an innocent non-Jew passing by to save him? The Torah would probably permit that. Jewish life has an infinite value,” he explained. “There is something infinitely more holy and unique about Jewish life than non-Jewish life. – Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh in Jewish Week, the largest Jewish publication in the United States.