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Chuck Morse CREDS
Hosts the radio talk show Chuck Morse Speaks on the USA Radio Network
Author of several books, including the soon to be published book The War Against Judaism and: The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism
On the Jewish Question – Karl Marx, anti-Semitism and the War against the West,
Was Hitler a Leftist?

Author Page: Books by Chuck Morse
Columnist: Published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, WND, Newsmax and Front Page.
Challenged Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts for Congress in 2004.

We All Eat Chicken

In a hilarious episode of the animated TV show The Simpsons, Homer Simpson comes down with a serious case of Jerusalem Syndrome while visiting Israel. While in a messianic trance at the Dome of the Rock, Homer declares to the crowd:

I will unite the Christians, the Muslims and the Jews. From now on, you shall be known as Chrismujews!

…Because in the end, aren’t all religions the same? They tell us what to eat, when to pray, that this lump of clay called Man can somehow shape himself to resemble the divine. But we can never attain that perfect grace if we have hatred in our hearts.

…So let us celebrate our commonalties. Some of us don’t eat pork. Some of us don’t eat shellfish. But we all eat chicken.

The crowd then chants:

Peace and Chicken! Peace and Chicken!

At the risk of sounding like Homer, I will explore the possibilities of rapprochement between Judaism Christianity and Islam. I don’t have Jerusalem Syndrome. I’m not calling for a one world religion like Homer’s Chrismujew. I am merely noting the commonalities between the three monotheistic faiths as a humble contribution toward what is perhaps an illusion. At the same time I honor the sovereignty, the distinctive way of life and the moral mission of each faith.

Are the three faiths doomed to perpetual conflict or is there a path toward peace? Let’s start by noting the central fact that all three faiths believe in and worship the same Almighty God. The three believe in the same creator of the universe, the same law-giver, the same sovereign over all. The three faiths believe that God is the source of rights and that God defined the parameters of that which is right and that which is wrong. This common belief stands juxtaposed against those who deny God and who worship man or the state.

The Jews believe that God gave mankind the law or the Torah at Sinai, a law which is beyond human manipulation, a law which is a blueprint for how to live and how individuals and nations should interact with each other. Christians recognize the authority of the Torah as Jesus is quoted has having said that, while he came to fulfill the law, nevertheless the covenant between God and Israel is forever. Muslims believe that the Torah is a holy book that God gave to Moses at Sinai. The Torah contains an extra layer of laws that are specific to Jews who are commanded to serve as a priestly sect for mankind.

Christians have for the most part come to view passages in the New Testament that were traditionally a source of anti-Semitism, passages that once collectively placed blame on the Jews for killing Christ, in the context of the present day. There are many spiritual as well as political lessons to be derived from studying the mob mentality that caused the crucifixion of Jesus but those lessons should serve as a cautionary tale for all of mankind and should not be collectively affixed against any particular person or group living today. The Torah, revered by all three faiths, rejects collective guilt.

Should Jews recognize Jesus as a messiah? I would argue that Jesus could be considered as a messiah by Jews in a Jewish context but not in a Christian context. I say this with the utmost respect for the Christian context, which is that Jesus was the Son of God or was God incarnate, as I view such theology as appropriate for Christians. Indeed, I exhort Christians to walk with Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior.

The Jews believe that the messiah comes to save Israel and set the stage for an age of peace. Cyrus the Great of Persia was called messiah in the Book of Ezra because Cyrus issued a decree that permitted the Jews, who had been driven out of Erez Israel by the Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar who destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem, to return to Erez Israel and rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem. The Book of Ezra is honored by all three faiths.

I would argue that the messianic mission of Jesus is well on its way toward fulfillment by virtue of the fact that his Christian followers, particularly those residing in the predominantly Christian United States, played an instrumental role in the establishment of the modern State of Israel. The modern miraculous return of the Jews to Erez Israel sets the stage for the messianic age according to the beliefs of all three faiths. Proof of the success of Jesus as messiah resides in the establishment of the United States by Christians as a nation based upon Torah laws. The messianic mission is fulfilled by the fact that Jesus and his ministry did more to transmit the laws of Sinai to mankind at large than did any other person or group.

Like Judaism and Christianity, Islam recognizes the principle of the Jews taking possession of that tiny swath of land that lies between the Jordan River and the Great Sea as the necessary precursor to the advent of the messianic age. The Islamic Holy Book says the following…Continue by clicking here

BLOGS:
Press Release: On the Jewish Question-Karl Marx, anti-Semitism and the War against the West
http://awhigmanifesto.blogspot.com/2013/03/press-releaseon-jewish-question.html
The Canaris Cover-up:
http://awhigmanifesto.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-canaris-cover-up.html
The Deafening Silence of the Holocaust-Shoah Establishment
http://awhigmanifesto.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-deafening-silence-of-holocaust.html

PROFILE:
Chuck Morse is the host the radio talk show “Chuck Morse Speaks” which is nationally syndicated on the IRN/USA Radio Network Mon – Fri 10 AM – Noon ET. He is the author of books as well as columns that have been published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, the New Bedford Standard Times, WND, Newsmax and Front Page. Chuck Morse received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a “Heavy 100” Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Morse ran for Congress in 2004 against Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts.

Chuck Morse speaks on several topics covered in his books which are published on Amazon Kindle.

Those books may be reviewed and purchased now: Books by Chuck Morse.
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Chuck A. Morse is a conservative American journalist, author and radio talk show host from Boston, Massachusetts.

Morse ran a write-in campaign against incumbent Barney Frank for the 2006 Massachusetts’s 4th congressional district elections, as he did not get enough certified signatures to appear on the ballot. The total possible percentage of votes Morse could have received as a write-in candidate in the 2006 election would be 1.2% of the total vote.[1] As of 2/8/2007, Chuck Morse’s campaign fund is currently in debt by $51,321[2][3] In 2004, Morse lost 78%-22% to Frank.

Morse opposed Frank’s 1990 amendment to the Immigration and Nationality Act, which barred immigrants being denied visas “because of any past, current, or expected beliefs, statements, or associations which, if engaged in by a United States citizen in the United States, would be protected under the Constitution of the United States.” Morse claimed that this legislation made it easier for the terrorists who carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks to enter the country.

Morse was awarded the National Right to Work Foundation’s Right to Work Communication Fellowship Award in 2003,[4] which is given to a “journalist who has done a great deal to communicate to the public about the struggle against union tyranny and abuse encountered by America’s working men and women.”

Morse is a Harvard University Extension School graduate[5] and a former left-wing radical who became a conservative after filing his first tax return as a self-employed businessman. His columns have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, WND, Newsmax and FrontPage Magazine.[6] Morse was named to the list of Heavy 100 Radio Talk Show Hosts by Talkers Magazine, and as the National Right to Work Committee Communicator of the Year in 2003. He said: “My guests have included over the years such diverse thinkers as Pat Buchanan, Jack Kemp, Pete Peterson, Caspar Weinberger, Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Gloria Steinem, Alan Dershowitz and Geraldo Riviera. I thrive on vigorous political debate, the type of conversations that leave my audience with something to think about and discuss around the water cooler.

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Chuck Morse CREDS
Hosts the radio talk show Chuck Morse Speaks on the USA Radio Networks
Author of several books, including The War Against Judaism and:
The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism
On the Jewish Question – Karl Marx, anti-Semitism and the War against the West,
Was Hitler a Leftist?

Author Page: Books by Chuck Morse
Columnist: Published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, WND, Newsmax and Front Page.
Challenged Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts for Congress in 2004.

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