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The United States Constitution and Law 102-14 (H.J.RES 104)

H.J.RES.104 -- To designate March 26, 1991, as `Education Day, U.S.A.'. (Enrolled Bill [Final as Passed Both House and Senate] - ENR)


--H.J.Res.104--

H.J.Res.104

One Hundred Second Congress of the United States of America

AT THE FIRST SESSION

Begun and held at the City of Washington on Thursday, the third day of January,

one thousand nine hundred and ninety-one

Joint Resolution

To designate March 26, 1991, as `Education Day, U.S.A.'.

Whereas Congress recognizes the historical tradition of ethical values and principles which are the basis of civilized society and upon which our great Nation was founded;

Whereas these ethical values and principles have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization, when they were known as the Seven Noahide Laws;

Whereas without these ethical values and principles the edifice of civilization stands in serious peril of returning to chaos;

Whereas society is profoundly concerned with the recent weakening of these principles that has resulted in crises that beleaguer and threaten the fabric of civilized society;

Whereas the justified preoccupation with these crises must not let the citizens of this Nation lose sight of their responsibility to transmit these historical ethical values from our distinguished past to the generations of the future;

Whereas the Lubavitch movement has fostered and promoted these ethical values and principles throughout the world;

Whereas Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, leader of the Lubavitch movement, is universally respected and revered and his eighty-ninth birthday falls on March 26, 1991;

Whereas in tribute to this great spiritual leader, `the rebbe', this, his ninetieth year will be seen as one of `education and giving', the year in which we turn to education and charity to return the world to the moral and ethical values contained in the Seven Noahide Laws; and

Whereas this will be reflected in an international scroll of honor signed by the President of the United States and other heads of state: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That March 26, 1991, the start of the ninetieth year of Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, leader of the worldwide Lubavitch movement, is designated as `Education Day, U.S.A.'. The President is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the United States to observe such day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Vice President of the United States and

President of the Senate.

Source: http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c102:H.J.RES.104.ENR:

I shit you not.

This is an actual official, signed law, signed in 1991, that specifically and blatantly goes directly against the Constitution of the United States of America which states in the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

They honored a Rabbi with a law and betrayed the United States Constitution by hiding that the United States is working for the Jewish agenda in that law.    ,

The Seven Noahide laws are the laws the Jews say their God established for everyone else i.e. Gentiles to follow who aren't Jews, and that it is a mission of the people of United States to 'transmit' this to future generations?  This is direct proof of the Jewish preference and the subsequent agenda that the United States is participating in.  

And I'm supposed to believe that this country is not in the pockets of the Jewish lobby?  This law says that WE ARE ALL TO FOLLOW A LAW THAT THE JEWS HAVE OUTLINED FOR NON-JEWS, that everyone is a descendant of Noah,  and that this country was founded on these laws, and that we are to transmit these laws to generations to come, and Pagans are breaking the Noahide Laws simply for being Pagan:

Do Not Deny God
Do Not Blaspheme God
Do Not Murder
Do Not Engage in Incestuous, Adulterous or Homosexual Relationships.
Do Not Steal
Do Not Eat of a Live Animal
Establish Courts/Legal System to Ensure Law Obedience

Source:https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Judaism/The_Seven_Noah...

This is saying that anyone who doesn't follow these laws "don't have a place in the world to come" and, according to that site:

The prohibition of idolatry provides that the non-Jew does not have to "know God" but must disregard false gods.

This country was not founded on those laws.  In fact that law is so blatantly unconstitutional that its existence for this long is suspicious.  I could write an entire rant to point out the obvious about how wrong this all is, but it all comes down to:

Why?

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Comment by Nephele, Mistress of Names on February 16, 2014 at 9:45pm

"I'd like to hear what a Jew has to say about this anyway..."

 

So, the U.S. decides to honor someone who's Jewish and you get your panties in a twist?  I mean, it's not as though the U.S. hasn't honored loads of Christian clergy people over the years, like, oh, Billy Graham, for one example?  And Billy Graham also served a spiritual advisor for several U.S. Presidents, including Eisenhower, Johnson, and Nixon.   Oh, but when a Jew is honored in anyway – holy shit!  It must be a CONSPIRACY!

 

Over 20 years ago someone decided it would be cool to designate an "Education Day" – and nothing's ever been done with it since because probably nobody really gives a crap about an "Education Day" unless it means another day off from work.  But YOU get all lathered up about what you're calling a "law"?  LOL!  

 

"But we can freely express disdain for Christianity, or even Islam?"

 

If you've been paying attention, I believe SIN recently banned someone for hate speech against Christians.  And just tonight Starr told someone off on the forum for hate speech against Muslims.  So, you're wrong again, Nocturnus.

 

"The United States is deeply in the pockets of the Jewish lobby and is heavily indebted to Israel."

 

Actually, the United States is deeply in the pockets of Corporate America and is heavily indebted to China.

 

Nocturnus, why don't you go back to the Stormfront forums, where you no doubt will be warmly received by those who share your peculiar, obsessive hatred of the Jewish people. 

Comment by Doctem on February 17, 2014 at 1:31am

Alright, well I stand corrected on the issue about people being able to 'bash' people of other religions here.  However, disagreeing with or speaking ill of other religions does occur, freely, which is appropriate, but there is a higher sensitivity about the Jews which I don't think is appropriate.  They are a religion just like any other and they should be treated as such.

I have read some topics on Stormfront forums but Stormfront is a little too 'supremacist' for my tastes. 

In any case, I am not calling it a "law."  It is a law.

According to senate.gov, the definition of a Joint Resolution, which is what this law is, is as follows:

Joint resolutions are designated H.J. Res. or S.J. Res. and are followed by a number. Like a bill, a joint resolution requires the approval of both Chambers in identical form and the president’s signature to become law. There is no real difference between a joint resolution and a bill. The joint resolution is generally used for continuing or emergency appropriations. Joint resolutions are also used for proposing amendments to the Constitution; such resolutions must be approved by two-thirds of both Chambers and three-fourths of the states, but do not require the president’s signature to become part of the Constitution.  

Billy Graham has his own library, but he doesn't have a law enacted on his behalf; having a bill written into law in your honor is a big deal.   When it comes to the establishment of laws, the United States Constitution cannot be contradicted, hence the term unconstitutional, yet a joint resolution, which deals directly with the Constitution, doesn't need the president's signature to become part of the Constitution, and this joint resolution does just that.  This law is a major issue because it is a joint resolution.  If this law was to ever become part of the Constitution, because it doesn't require the President's signature, it would violate the freedoms that our Constitution allows us as U.S. citizens, and legally.  As an aside, if you look at the senate.gov link which explains different types of laws and their purpose, you'll see that there are laws that are signed in for certain organizations, corporations, and groups.  So the U.S.'s indebtedness to Corporate America is it's own doing.  16+ Trillion dollar debt comes from being in debt to both Israel and China.

You ask, who cares about Education Day?  It's certainly not a well-known holiday; type Education Day into your search engine and you will find references to India's National Education Day instead, not the one in the United States.  But presidents since have been known to give speeches and commemorate that day, so they are well aware of what it says, and the day used to celebrate it has changed since it was first introduced in 1983.  President Reagan has given Proclamations concerning this, which resulted in an eventual National law, which is what you see posted here.  They're filled with this same favoritism and speaks on "our" 'Creator.'  So no, this wasn't just "someone deciding to designate Education Day,"  Nephele.  It has an involved history, and it affects Pagans more than any other group.  

Comment by Nephele, Mistress of Names on February 17, 2014 at 6:52am

"Alright, well I stand corrected on the issue about people being able to 'bash' people of other religions here.  However, disagreeing with or speaking ill of other religions does occur, freely, which is appropriate, but there is a higher sensitivity about the Jews which I don't think is appropriate.  They are a religion just like any other and they should be treated as such."

 

You need to stand corrected on a lot of things.  As for "a higher sensitivity" towards Jewish people on this site – that's your perception, which has already been proven to be screwy a number of times on this board where you were corrected. 

 

And law, shmaw.  That 20-year-old resolution has never personally affected you and it never will.  It's not "violating your freedoms" any more than the resolution to create Martin Luther King, Jr. day has.   In fact, it's had less effect, because at least some of us get a day off from work for MLK day.

 

You say that Stormfront isn't quite your cuppa tea, but I suspect you're getting this shite from frequenting some supremacist website.  We already know you've been banned from at least one other Pagan social networking site for your crazyass hate speech, and I suspect there have been more bannings from other sites.  The consensus is leaning more and more towards the likelihood that you're only here to troll. 

 

Get yourself some professional help, Nocturnus.  All that hate inside you can't be making you a very happy person – as exhibited by your total lack of humor and your continual bleating for attention.

Comment by Doctem on February 17, 2014 at 11:49pm

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s law was signed into law by President Reagan in 1983 as an amendment to Title 5, section 6103 of the U.S. Code (link). [1], which was first suggested to be a law by a State Representative, petitions were passed by citizens in support of his birthday being deemed a legal holiday, some states honored it while others didn't so it had/has its own controversy.  

A link to the thomas.gov site concerning the MLK holiday law: (and you'll see it says next to All Information that it specifically says "excluding text.")


A link to a PDF of the actual public document on the Act to Amend the U.S. Code

A link to another PDF that expounds on the Act as the actual details of the law (the excluded text from the thomas.gov site) 

As you will see, though some of it is controversial in its on right (a subject for another time), notice the difference in wording; like normal laws and acts, for the most part.  The Schneerson Law and Reagan's Proclamations concerning it are an entirely different species, though the actions to sign the Proclamations and enact the eventual law started in the 70's and developed through to 1983, eventually being signed into the law that I put in my post, in 1991.  In other words, different history, different development, but show a stark contrast between the wording and legitimacy of those laws.  The Schneerson Law is obviously unconstitutional.  

"And law, shmaw. That 20-year-old resolution has never personally affected you and it never will."

You do realize that public laws have authority over citizens, right, Nephele?  Every public law affects every citizen of this country.  That's why it's public and that's why it's law.  It is a joint resolution; it would not take the signature of the President of the United States for Congress to vote for this law and amend the Constitution to make the Noahide laws a Constitutional fact.  Can you comprehend why that is a serious cause for worry for Pagans?  If that was to happen, that would put everyone not of Abrahamic religion in direct violation of the United States Constitution and it wouldn't even need the President's signature.

1. The U.S. code is a basically a general explanation of all the laws that the U.S. has in place, and can thus be amended and this Act puts MLK Jr. with Washington and Columbus as honorees in that code

Comment by Nephele, Mistress of Names on February 18, 2014 at 7:22am

The "law" was "to designate March 26, 1991, as `Education Day, U.S.A.'."  Everything else included in the text is merely the stated rationale behind the establishment of a designated "Education Day." 

 

The Noahide laws are merely cited as a historical basis for much of the morality which is credited for the establishment of this nation.  The irony is that the very Christians who admire the Noahide laws seem to ignore the fact that their worship of Jesus is in violation of one of those very same laws.  (Worship of God as a man is an act of idolatry in Judaism.)

 

So this is why you don't have to worry your head about a literal establishment of Jewish law on this nation.  Because the Christians in this nation are not going to convert to Judaism, and the Jewish people don't want them anyway.     

 

If you spent your time concerning yourself more with getting along with others on these SOCIAL websites that you've been trolling, instead of continually whooping about perceived threats of some kind of Jewish takeover and obsessing over the Jewish people, you would be a saner person.  And also the sort of person who doesn't get her/his/its ass bounced off of websites by Administrators who have tired of warning you to knock it off.

 

Babble on to yourself, if you must.  I'm really done with your lame-ass conspiracy nonsense.

Comment by Starr Price on February 18, 2014 at 8:49am

Let's put your own words to task Nocturnus.

Every public law affects every citizen of this country.

So, tell us. How has that law (Education Day) actually affected you personally? That should be simple for you to answer since you have been so impacted by its creation that it was fitting to write a tirade of a blog post about it.

And before you start typing long paragraphs dodging a simple question. Short and simple, how has Education Day affected you personally?

Comment by Doctem on February 18, 2014 at 4:01pm

I have seen, in a particular book on Alchemy (if I could find it I'd even give you the ISBN), that I saw, with my own two eyes, after having checked it out and then put it back, and then went back and checked out the book again some time later, but the one I was reading was an altered version of the one I had read before; same dust jacket and everything.  I didn't bother to check versions at the time, but this particular version was written in such a way, especially concerning Isaac Newton, that updated the information that Ancient Egypt knew about heliocentrism, and it changed the tone in which things were written to be biased towards the religious figures listed in it.

I have seen documentaries on YouTube be one thing, and then watch the same documentary later, by the same uploader, and it will be slightly different with different information, but presents itself as the same documentary, not to update it, but to change what the documentary itself says to suit a particular goal. As per usual, the change in the documentary is covered up by multiple users having snippets of it, or copies of it, when the first one didn't.  

Because I have a non-fiction book that has a biased tone.  

That might not seem like much 'personal affectedness' but when it comes to the dissemination of information, it is.  Especially with the changing of information in various non-fiction venues to suit a particular message for an agenda.  I have a serious problem with that, and that ties into "Education Day" law which says:

must not let the citizens of this Nation lose sight of their responsibility to transmit these historical ethical values from our distinguished past to the generations of the future; and they certainly are doing this. 

That law makes it directly legal for them to manipulate information released to the public according to a religious agenda.  And they use it.  In movies, music videos, non-fiction books, what is 'accepted history,' what is taught in schools, what is taught in Universities, what information is released to the public concerning various subjects, especially scientific data.  I see it every day, even in books that are supposed to be telling me the truth, while I am personally presented with biased information about subjects where there is no room for bias.  

They use the law.  

Comment by Starr Price on February 18, 2014 at 6:15pm

That was anything but short and it really didn't answer my question... reading bias in a non-fiction book is pretty common and updated versions of works change, that's why they're new or updated versions. I ran a publishing company so I'm kinda privy to this commonality. You do realize that even non-fiction is based on the author's perception of fact and can have distinctive tone of their bias. So, two non-fiction books based on the same content can say differing things. That's not really a shocking thing, it's actually quite common.

So out of everything that the media shares or doesn't share you're issue was with some miniscule day " Education and Sharing Day" and its impact on no one. To be honest, I'd never even heard of it prior to this blog and I am pretty informed.

Ok I'm done with this, I stand on my original conclusion about this blog (you'll probably have to go back a page to review that). Best of luck!

Comment by Rose on February 18, 2014 at 8:34pm

Erm...so they made a day to honor education, and because a Jewish person proposed this idea, you don't like it? 

Comment by Doctem on February 19, 2014 at 4:57am

The point I'm making, Starr, is that I am not presenting it as though there is no bias in non-fiction, but that the bias and different 'peceptions of fact' are in structure and in tone, aligned with the agenda of "transmitting" this information to the general public.  102-14 makes it legal to do so.  And everything that the media shares or doesn't share is also affected by this law--this is what makes all those little, and sometimes subliminal, religious and goal-oriented references throughout various shows in their imagery and scripts, certain imagery and aspects to scripts in movies, music, music videos...this is found, over and over again, throughout the entertainment industry.  This law allows for that, this is why, if you pay careful attention, you will see little religious quotes, words, names, and symbols in various parts of the various media you see.  

If you ran a publishing company then you know there were people above you, editorial groups, people who designate what is allowed to be published, and not published, under licenses that you had no control over but were required to have to be whatever type of publishing company you were, especially if you were a publishing company that provided funds to authors as part of book deals.  This law does affect people, and what I saw in those books and what I see in every day life is directly made legal by that law.  

I don't think you understand how important public laws are.  I don't think you understand what having 'no name laws' on the books means and treating them as though they don't mean anything is exactly why things concerning the government and corruption have gotten to this point.  If you really believe that "naw, the government would never exploit me" or "naw, various religious organizations, including the Jews, they'd never exploit me as an United States citizen, nah, they don't have an agenda, they're not corrupt...naw that can't happen"  then you are doing your part to help them achieve their goal.  If you hold that belief after being informed, then there's nothing that can be done about that because that's your choice.  

***I need to correct the statement I made in my comment about it 102-14 being signed into law by Reagan; it wasn't by Reagan it was by George H. W. Bush.  

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