Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Are We Watching This "Happening" Again?

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PRESS RELEASE - PJTN Founder sends a warning to Americans on 'The Day of Remembrance' 

"Justice, justice thou must pursue, so that you will live and possess the Land that the LORD your God, gives you."  Deuteronomy 16:20 

"Let us say - NEVER AGAIN!"

A Note From Laurie Cardoza-Moore:

Yesterday, April 8th, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN) joined with our Jewish brethren around the world to remember the six million men, women and children who were violently murdered because of their faith.  The Day of Remembrance is called Yom HaShoah, or The Holocaust.

This horrific event in history occurred systematically because Christians, Germans and world leaders turned a blind eye while Adolf Hitler, executed his evil agenda.  Not only did Hitler kill six million Jews, but he killed another 5 million unwanted people as well.

Why didn't Christians and people of conscience speak up?  With his seductive and deceptive speeches that led up to his election, how could German Christians turn a blind eye and vote to put an evil man like Adolf Hitler in power?  After his election, he demonized his opposition in the press, removed the Jews rights to bear arms, convinced the Germans that their children belonged to the "Hitler Youth" movement and he took over control of healthcare and private companies in order to gain full control of every part of their lives.

We are also reminded that our own government turned a blind eye to the plight of Jews in Europe as well.  There were many warning signs along the way, but still, when Jewish religious and community leaders repeatedly demanded that Congress and the White House take action, their pleas fell on deaf ears.

Why didn't the U.S. Government open our borders to allow millions of Jews to escape, or order our military to bomb the train tracks that led to the concentration camps when our leaders knew they were being used to transport our Jewish brethren to their deaths?

Why did Christians sit silently in their pews while trains passed their churches every Sunday with our Jewish brethren crying out for help?

We cannot change the events that led to the Holocaust, but we can learn from the past and do something today!  As we witness the rise of this growing hatred once again, as this genocidal anti-Semitism rears its ugly head in Israel, on college campuses and in communities around the world, we cannot sit by and ignore the cries for help again. 

Today, we are also witnessing a growing number of Christians who are now being targeted for genocide in Muslim countries across the Middle East because of their faith. Here in the United States, the Department of Justice and Homeland Security are using anti-Semitic, anti-Christian/Catholic materials suggesting these religious groups are a threat to national security as much as radical Islam.  And once again, the world, and more specifically, our government and the Christian church, remains silent!   

We are reminded in the scriptures, "Faith without works is dead!" James 2:17

In remembrance of the millions who lost their lives, we must contact our elected officials and demand that they hold the U.S. Administration accountable for its continued attacks against people of faith in this country stop using our tax dollars to illegally fund regimes like the Muslim Brotherhood governments of Egypt, Pakistan and the Palestinians. 

If Jews, Christians and people of conscience do not speak out now, are we prepared for the day when they come for us and our children?  God forbid it!"
Laurie Cardoza-Moore is the Founder and President of Proclaiming Justice To the Nations (PJTN) -an organization dedicated to the use of media in educating Christians on their biblical responsibility to support Israel and the Jewish brethren.  PJTN has has now reached more than 200 nations globally with direct messaging through a series of award winning documentaries such as The Forgotten People - which chronicles the Holocaust-and has won numerous awards including the Telly Award and regional Emmy.  In 2011, Laurie Cardoza-Moore was invited to serve as Special Envoy to the UN for the World Council of Independent Christian Churches.  Her area of specialty is Human Rights and Israel/Christian relations.   She has become a major media voice and an in-demand speaker nationally on Israel agenda and relevant breaking news from the Middle East.

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