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Aribert Deckers

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No Tribute for Ryke Geerd Hamer
« on: June 10, 2007, 04:37:03 PM »

No Tribute for Ryke Geerd Hamer


Aribert Deckers

In my text "Die Bestialität des Ryke Geerd Hamer" ("The Bestiality of Ryke Geerd Hamer") ( I commented these two passages:
(textmarkers by me)
Und Sie verkündeten mir, dass meine germanische Neue Medizin
in Zukunft nur noch für Juden vorbehalten ist, die damit zu
98% überleben dürfen, während meine deutschen nichtjüdischen
Landsleute und alle Nichtjuden dieser Welt gezwungen werden
sollen, weiter die idiotische jüdische
Gutartig-Bösartig-Religionsmedizin mit ihren 5000 Hypothesen
zu erdulden, an der man zu 98% an Chemo und Morphium stirbt
Dass aber Ihr Weltoberrabbiner Schneerson ausdrücklich
angeordnet hat, dass man diese (meine germanische) Neue
Medizin allen Nichtjuden gegenüber verschweigen müsse -
genau so haben Sie es mir berichtet! - das macht meines
Erachtens diesen "messianischen" Weltoberrabbiner zum
schlimmsten Massenmörder der Weltgeschichte.
Die Anordnung des Weltoberrabbiners haben nicht nur alle
Rabbiner der Welt strikt befolgt, sondern alle jüdischen
Großlogenmeister der B'nai B'rith haben ihre kleinen
Logensklaven Chefärzte und Professoren angewiesen, den
Massenmord an den Nichtjuden strikt durchzuführen, [...]

Denn seit 20 Jahren praktizieren alle Juden dieser Welt auf
Geheiß ihrer Rabbiner die Germanischen Neuen Medizinr,
während alle Nichtjuden gezwungen werden, die dumme alte
Schulmedizin mit ihren 5000 Hypothesen zu praktizieren und
sich zu 98% mit Chemo und Morphium umbringen zu lassen. Die
dumme sog. Schulmedizin ist eigentlich eine jüdische
Medizin. Alles ist eingeteilt in "gutartig und bösartig". Es
ist der wahnsinnige Kampf der Talmud-Zionisten in ihrem
religiösen Wahn alle Nichtjuden der Welt umbringen zu

It is Hamer's bestiality to declare dieing as healing.

There are a lot of text passages like those above, in which Hamer attacks "the jews".  
Now I found that in relation with Rabbi Schneerson, who Hamer refers to again and again, there are some really strange things... To analyse them we started with collecting some of these passages. (See the findings in the appendix.)

The pieces found are horrifying, but do not give much clues about the backgrounds. But whilst investigating in a telephone conversation a remark led me to a factum one normally does not get to know. I admit, it took a day before I found the solution.

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Background of my investigations had been the bizarre adressing of the Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson as "Dr. med.". Hamer even calls Schneerson expressis verbis a "Mediziner".

In biographies or hints concerning his professional education I never found anything about a study of medicine, not even about practising as a medical doctor. As far as I know, Menachem Mendel Schneerson is called a mediciner and given the title "Dr. med." solely by Hamer.

How can this be?

Here as an example a biography (and surely no critical one, look at the file name!):
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home : index : Judaea : Messiah : article by Jona Lendering ©
Later Messiahs (7)
Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Menachem Mendel was born in 1902 in Nikolayev in
Ukraine - then a part of tsaristic Russia - as the son of an
aristocratic mother and a teacher who was to become
the chief rabbi of Yekaterinoslav (Dnepropetrovsk) in
1907. Menachem proved himself to be a clever student
of Mosaic Law; when he was twenty-one, he met the
spiritual leader of the Lubavitch movement of Chassidic
Judaism, rabbi Yosef Yitzchock Schneerson. The two
men became closely related, moved to Poland - outside
the newly founded Soviet Union - and soon, the young
man was the Lubavitcher rebbe's son-in-law.
Later, Menachem Mendel Schneerson and his wife
settled in Berlin, where he studied mathematics. After
the Nazis had come to power in 1933, they had to move
again, this time to Paris, from where they were forced to
flee in 1940. They finally settled in New York.
In 1950, rabbi Yosef Yitzchock Schneerson died; next
year, his son-in-law became the new spiritual leader of
the small Lubavitch community. Under Menachem's
direction, rabbis were sent out to educate the liberal
Jews, who, according to the Lubavitcher rebbe, had to
be brought back to traditional Judaism. Social service
programs contributed to the success of these missionary
activities. In the 1980's, the Lubavitcher movement had
some 200,000 members worldwide.
Some of his followers believed that the Lubavitcher
rebbe was the Messiah, a claim that Menachem Mendel
Schneerson has neither rejected nor supported. In his
own words:
"We stand poised at the threshold of a spiritual
revolution, a world filled with divine knowledge,
the time of the Messiah. A single good deed on
your part can transform the world."
After the end of the Cold War (1989) and the Second
Gulf War (1991), he frequently spoke about the
messianic age of peace, enticing his follower to prepare
for the coming of the Messiah.
In 1994, he died. No successor was appointed because
most of his followers expect his early return.
Asher Lämmlin (c.1500)
Isaac Luria (1534-1573)
Hayyim Vital (after 1542)
Sabbathai Zwi (1626-1676)
Jacob Frank (1726-1786)
Moses Guibbory (1899-1985)
Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994)

There are several rabbis with the name Schneerson. So, for identification one must always use the full name including all prenames.

The names at the end of the biography are the names of the rabbis of the "Lubavich Jews". There are only 7. And it shall be only 7, because after the death of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson it was decided, that he shall be the last Lubavich Rabbi.

There are "some" peculiarities with these Lubavich Jews. The gap of more than 100 years between Jacob Frank (1726-1786) and Moses Guibbory (1899-1985) is one of the harmless ones.

I did not believe that Menchem Mendel Schneerson was a medical doctor. The only note concerning his study was, that he had studied mathematics. And some sources say he later worked as an engineer.

And then there was this phonecall, in which in on of the Chabad centers I asked for an authoritative answer about what Menachem Mendel Schneerson REALLY had studied and as WHAT he REALLY had worked. I doubted that he had been a medical doctor. There came the anser, yes, but..., he had healed, one had to see this in a spiritual way.

Now, that really does it: a rabbi heals ill persons. Of gurus we know these stories, Jesus was working in this metier - and now the Menachem Mendel Schneerson, too...

Obviously there was and is a cult about Menachem Mendel Schneerson which outstands many others back by far.

This also is shown in a newspaper article, the important part of which I quote:
(textmarkers by me)
I do not believe that Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneerson, who died in 1994, was the
Moshiach, or Messiah, but it is clear that the
Rebbe was, in the words of Rabbi Norman
Lamm, a leading Orthodox rabbi, "an
indomitable leader, a preeminent scholar and a
truly creative visionary of organization."
Rabbi Sholom Riskin, a leading Israeli rabbi,
in a New York Jewish Week article, said that
Rabbi Schneerson was "truly the great leader
of this past generation."

It does not say: "I KNOW, that Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson was not the Messiah", no, there is written: "I do not believe that Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneerson was the Messiah."

There are worlds in between...

This text passage reminded me of the telephone conversation and so gave me THE hint for the real goings-on between Hamer and Schneerson.

Fact is: Hamer wrote letters to Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. Hamer quotes his own letters. If he really did send them, I do not know. But it  complies with his psyche.

Fact is: Menachem Mendel Schneerson did not answer Hamer's letters. Hamer complains about that.

A fact which I had overlooked until now: Hamer claims that Menachem Mendel Schneerson verified Hamer' "German New Medicine". That is as impossible as a methodist pope. So, what had happened? And above all: From where did Hamer get to know about the "verification"?

In his tirades about the evil jew Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the "Weltoberrabbiner" (the world top rabbi), Hamer remarks that a "Rabbi Denoun" had told him that, in the year 1986, in april, on the 27th. day, between 9.oo pm and midnight:
Sie können ja nicht ableugnen, auch nicht durch Schweigen, was Sie mir
am 27.04.1986 zwischen 21 00 Uhr und Mitternacht über Ihren
Weltoberrabbiner Dr. med. Menachem Mendel Schneerson verraten haben.

Addressee of this pamphlet is a "Rabbi Denoun". First of all this name is wrong, and second I now talked with this man.

When I told him about Hamer's escapades, he was irritated.

Fact is: Hamer was called for help as someone was ill with cancer and the family in their desperation grasped for any straws. One had told them about Hamer, so they asked him. Hamer really came. One saw each other once. That was all. Except for 2 letters by the "sister of Hamer", who later asked the family for a confirmation that Hamer had helped the man ill with cancer. They did not answer.

But to tell Hamer that Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson had verified Hamer's GNM? Irritation. The only thing, which could eventually might have been: that Hamer possibly had seen pictures of Menachem Mendel Schneerson on the wall. And else? Nothing!

My first thought had been that someone had pulled a fast one on Hamer. And that Hamer as usual built one of his lie fortresses. But no, here was a family, they had called him, one saw each other once, and that's all.

1986, that is 21 years ago. A long time and each detail of the talk one surely cannot remember - the more because of the sorrow and worries for the deadly ill brother. I believe that during the time Hamer had been there, some words have been spoken - and, perhaps, with some few, irrelevant sentences about who is the person on the pictures. And that he is the spiritual leader of the Lubavich Jews.

Exactly THIS is the ignitor. Schneerson had written about the connection between body and soul, about healing of diseases. And - as is in many religions - that "the spirit" heals. And above all: that the belief heals.

The point here: that the psyche works on the body. THAT is Hamer's idea. HIS! But here it is proclaimed by a foreigner. By a RABBI! His, Hamer's, the greatest medical man of all times, HIS IDEA!!! THIEVES!

Hamer wants obeisance. Of all people by a religious leader.  Of all people by an ultra-orthodox jew. Of all people by a jew, who see themselves as THE  chosen people in the universe.

Schneerson did not write about Hamer's insane ideas. It suffices for Schneerson writing about psyche. Immediately Hamer puts in HIS version, as he also does with others: that they verified HIS rules 1 and 2 (and so on).

Hamer puts words into other peoples' say.  His followers in their naivet´e  believe that these others expressis verbis name Hamer and his ideas. But this is not so!

Schneerson writes about the psyche and Hamer makes this a "verification".

We know about cases like Ernst August Stemmann, who not only is one of the most important devote supporters of Hamer, but also one of the best known epigones, who even copies Hamer word for word. Hamer is happy, as someone is conform with his ideas (hurray, a verification!) and angry, as the "Räuber" (thieve, Hamer's words) does not pay the tribute to THE GENIUS.

Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson does not pay tribute to the greatest of all medicine men. He even does not answer his letters...

And then there is the utmost impertinence: The god of the Menachem Mendel Schneerson is not the god of Ryke Geerd Hamer - and  the god of the Menachem Mendel Schneerson, in the world where the spirit heals, heals only HIS chosen people. Ryke Geerd Hamer is not one of them.

He, Ryke Geerd Hamer, is outside the door...

Hamer must have been foaming in tantrums...

The situation is so bizarre, so utmost mad --- it is killingly funny.

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The "verification" by the "Weltoberrabbiner" Menachem Mendel Schneerson plus the paranoia, the jews would TAKE the "Holy Medicine" (see "Medicina Sagrada" in Spanish) for them alone, is an example out of the storybook of psychiatry: the little sausage, cockalorum Ryke Geerd Hamer, in his limitless self-overestimation and greedy crave for recognition, lies bolts bent.

No anti-semitisme, but ungraspable imbecility, pure jealousy about food.

[Zitate hervorgehoben, ama]
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