It has been claimed that those who suggest "Jews" are trying to take over the world are "conspiracy theorists", and possibly "racists" and "anti-Semetics" to boot. Here are some interesting quotes from Jewish Chabad Lubavitchers:

What is the primary mission for our generation to accomplish?

The main avodah of this generation is to go out to the final war of the golus, to conquer and to purify all the gentile countries (such that "and kingship will be Hashem's," Ovadiah 1:21).

--Shabbos Parshas VaYelech, 5746.

The unique innovation in the Previous Rebbe's service is the dissemination of Torah and Judaism and the wellsprings of Chasidus outward to the entire world, including the effect on the non-Jews.

--Hisvaduyos 5750 4:418, cites in "The Deed is the Main Thing," Kol Boi Ha'olam, p. 370.


"He did not create it (to be) a waste land, He formed it to be inhabited (and civilized)" (Yeshayahu 45:18). This can only be when all humanity lives justly and righteously. This of course is the theme of the Seven Noachide Commandments with their accompanying laws and ramifications. Consequently, it is obvious and self-evident that in modern times we must carry out the Divine Command we received through Moshe: "To compel all human beings to accept the commandments enjoined upon the descendants of Noach."

--Shabbos Parshas Tsav, 5747, Sichos in English, vol. 35, p. 75.

In order that the entire world should be orderly, it is essential that each and every one of the "seventy nations" should be influenced so that they will work on settling the world. It is insufficient for only one nation to be acting properly.

--Hisvaduyos 5750 1:395, cited in "The Deed is the Main Thing," Kol Boi Ha'olam, p. 388.

These people would doubtless maintain that only a 'racist anti-Semite' would suspect them of trying to take over the world, and it is really the 'Islamic militants' such as Osama Bin Laden and his band of 'suicide bombers' who are trying to impose their religion on the world.

The Seven Laws must be explained in a way that the nations can relate to and, because non-Jews do not possess genuine free will, they will be willing to change more quickly and easily than a Jew.

--Hisvaduyos 5748 3:183, cited in "The Deed is the Main Thing," Kol Boi Ha'olam, p. 385-386.

A typical bit of racism.

Incidentally, none of us could have any metaphysical free will in the sense that we could chose to be tortured and killed (for no purpose) along with 1,000 other people that we like and admire, when the only alternative was for each to be paid $1,000,000 (no strings attached). What Jews, Gentiles and animals share alike is an ability to make freely willed conscious choices such as pressing a button - or starting to chase or flee - at a random time. This evolved as part of the battle between prey and predator, and derives from the ontology of a multiplicity of worlds or histories, and from neural physiology down to the levels of the microtubules.

The Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, had links to a number of significant people:

One of Israel's presidents, Zalman Shazar, was a religiously observant person of Lubavitch ancestry, and his visits to Rabbi Schneerson were reunions of sorts. Prime Minister Menachem Begin and later Benjamin Netanyahu also paid visits and sought advice.

Note that Lubavitch-backed Bibi Netanyahu paid a visit to Schneerson's grave within months of being elected Israeli P.M. in 1996, two years after the Rebbe's death.

Other fans of Rabbi Schneerson included Dov Zakheim, Paul Wolfowitz, and Ari Fleischer.

Rabbi Dov Zakheim delivered a sermon at a 2002 Chabad Lubavitch gathering on the Pentagon lawn. This source...

...has an interesting quote:

"The Rebbe did not leave a legacy. He left marching orders."

That could explain why Zionists started promoting the myth of the 'Muslim suicide bomber', and it was applied retroactively to Israel's 1983 bombing of a US Marines barracks in Lebanon. The greatest hoax of the century - 9/11 - ensued within a few years of the Rebbe's death, along with further false-flag attacks such as Bali (2002) and (2005), Amman (2005), Mumbai 7/11, the al-Salam Boccaccio 98, Dahab 2006, etc.

Revised February 7, 2006

See here for a collection of quotations from the Talmud.