WHO inserts its ideology into our minds and hearts: the Chemed Medical Ethics Conference
This weekend the public health ideology will continue to insert itself into the minds and hearts of your rabbis and doctors, and through them, into you and your children
The 5th Annual Chemed Medical Ethics conference starts today.
That’s five years of reshaping the thinking of doctors and rabbis into line with the agenda of the World Health Organization and the public health ideology.
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Chemed receives millions from public health agencies to promote the public health agenda among the Torah observant population1 The disclosed conference sponsors include health care providers and pharmaceutical companies.
Speaking at the event are prominent public health advocates who led the charge to destroy Jewish and American life by closing synagogues, chedarim and yeshivas, preventing weddings and disrupting marital life and purity in March 2020.2 Then these same people demanded Jewish compliance in taking the genetic code injection in 2021 until now.
And they are still at it — promoting confusion around birth control, abortion, genetic screening, and preemptive surgeries to remove parts of the body that ‘might’ one day become cancerous, may G-d Al-mighty save us.
Many of the speakers are, in addition to being public health trusted influences, also rabbis. That’s precisely why they are so useful to the World Health Organization3, the Centers for Disease Control and the Israeli Ministry of Health. There is no better way to obtain compliance that to have a rabbi endorse the desired behavior.
They choose Torah verses out of context and make complex arguments relying on the fact that few people, even other rabbis, actually learn the material in the original. Few have the courage to ask them for their sources and to ask them to show where it actually says what they claim it says.
They’ve invented outright new religious ideas like “listen to the doctors.” Well, actually not new, since that was the ancient rule in primitive idolatrous societies where doctors (the medicine man) kept the people in fear and demanded compliance. But, new to Torah, since the concept of a carte blanche ‘listen to the doctors’ is found nowhere in the Torah.