I’m very grateful for the opportunity this message gives me to share a moment with you. In the aftermath of the tragedy that unfolded in the Jewish community in Pittsburgh this past weekend, I have received messages from members of our PJTN family from literally all over the world.
By now, they, like us here in America, have all witnessed the images and the aftermath of mourning from this senseless act of brutality.
HEAR PJTN FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT LAURIE CARDOZA-MOORE LIVE THIS MORNING ON THE DOVE RADIO NETWORK
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Laurie will be discussing the tragedy of the Pittsburgh shootings and the role “replacement theology” is playing in the rise of anti-Semitism in America.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PJTN Leader Calls For Prayer For Pittsburgh, Public Denouncement of “Replacement Theology” As Growing Fuel For Anti-Semitism in America
PJTN LEADER CALLS FOR PRAYER FOR PITTSBURGH, PUBLIC DENOUNCEMENT OF “REPLACEMENT THEOLOGY” AS GROWING FUEL FOR ANTI-SEMITISM IN AMERICA
(New York)—October 29, 2018—Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder of nationally recognized “watchdog” Proclaiming Justice To The Nations (PJTN), an organization which has remained continually active on the frontline confrontation of anti-Semitism for more than a decade, today issued a warning in the wake of Saturday’s tragedy in Pittsburgh.
“It is long past time to confront the growing danger posed by the dramatic rise of anti-Semitism in America. We must examine how our society, including our churches and education system, is helping to enable this threat making not just our Jewish communities vulnerable, but all people. History has shown that anti-Semitism doesn’t stop with the Jewish community; this hatred will soon be directed at other people of faith as well.”
As you are no doubt already sadly aware, this morning an obviously deranged gunman shouting “All Jews must die!” opened fire on a Jewish congregation gathered to celebrate Shabbat at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
As of this hour, national media is reporting eleven innocent people dead, multiple more injured in a scene of carnage being described by even the most weathered EMS responders as “horrific.”
It’s commonly believed that decisions in America are made by the majority of the people. This, of course, is not so!
Decisions are made by the majority of people who vote.
Did you know that Hitler won leadership of the Nazi Party in Germany by the margin of just one vote? The U.S. House of Representatives elected Thomas Jefferson our third U.S. President on the balance of one vote. For good or evil, the balance of an entire country and the impact on future generations can rest on the weight of one vote.
“Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; love and truth shall go before you.” Psalm 89:15
With midterm elections in our country less than a month away, I am imploring all PJTN “Watchmen” to pray, get educated, get activated and let your voice and your vote be counted this election day!
The next generation of leadership in America—our children—can have the future of their freedoms and values preserved, but that depends on you!
As we prepare to go to the ballot box in November, be aware that there is a new form of anti-Semitism emerging on our secondary and higher-ed campuses. Not only is it anti-Semitic, it’s also anti-Israel, anti-Judeo/Christian and anti-West. This disinformation campaign is being spread by publishing companies like Pearson Publishers. Pearson is a British-based textbook publishing company. Their major shareholders include the governments of Qatar, Libya, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Gubernatorial Battle Lines Drawn In Florida Over Anti-Israel Bias In Textbooks
GUBERNATORIAL BATTLE LINES DRAWN IN FLORIDA OVER ANTI-ISRAEL BIAS IN TEXTBOOKS
NATIONWIDE TEXTBOOK WATCH DOG LAURIE CARDOZA MOORE CONDEMNS GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE’S IGNORANCE ABOUT THE PROPAGANDA INDOCTRINATION GOING ON IN FLORIDA TEXTBOOKS AND THE RISE OF ANTI-SEMITISM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OCTOBER 16, 2018 – Nashville, TN –
Having successfully waged and won a statewide media campaign in Tennessee that captured major national attention in exposing the anti-Semitic, anti-Israel content in a Pearson Published textbook, as well as the crisis of the “disinformation” epidemic in American textbooks, Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN) Founder and President, Laurie Cardoza-Moore launched a similar battle across the state of Florida in September.
The power of PJTN’s messaging was never more evident than this week when we launched our media campaign to expose the University of Michigan as a breeding ground for anti-Semitism. As a result of the steadfast efforts of PJTN and 57 additional organizations demanding that the administration take action against the anti-Semitic professor, the University issued an open apology from the school’s President, Mark Schlissel. Click here to read the article.
Additionally, in 2015, PJTN launched a nationwide anti-BDS campaign in state legislatures across the U.S. exposing the organizations that threaten the Civil Rights of Jewish students on campuses. Currently, 10 states have passed with Ohio, Texas and Colorado next in line to introduce and pass their resolutions as well.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Global Anti-BDS Leader Condemns Recent Anti-Semitic Events At The University Of Michigan
GLOBAL ANTI-BDS LEADER CONDEMNS RECENT ANTI-SEMITIC EVENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
“Anti-Semitism has been for too long allowed to breed at UofM under the guise of Diversity.”
Laurie Cardoza-Moore, Founder & President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations.
(NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE) –October 9, 2018--Laurie Cardoza-Moore, Founder and President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN), came out strongly today in support of Israel’s Diaspora Affairs Minister, Naftali Bennett, expressing outrage against the University of Michigan’s most recent anti-Semitic actions to provide cover for anti-Semitic professors on their campus.
Noted Cardoza-Moore in a statement released today: “PJTN is on the frontlines here in America and at the United Nations in a call to pose the question: ‘How did one of America’s most elite universities become a consistent national leader and emboldened promoter of anti-Semitic intimidation and anti-Israel activism?’”
PJTN is currently calling on all concerned parents, citizens, students and those of good conscience, to contact the administrative office of University President Dr. Mark Schlissel to condemn recent events reported from the Ann Arbor campus.
Mark Schlissel, the president of the University of Michigan, apologized to Jewish students in a letter sent out to the university community over the recent controversies on campus.
Schlissel first addressed the two instructors, professor John Cheney-Lippold and graduate student instructor Lucy Peterson, who refused to write letters of recommendations to students who wanted to study abroad in Israel.
Refusing to write letters of recommendation for political reasons violates university policy, Schlissel stated.
“U-M strongly opposes a boycott of Israeli academic institutions, and no school, college, department or unit at our university endorses such a boycott,” Schlissel said. “Our view is that educators at a public university have an obligation to support students’ academic growth, and we expect anyone with instructional responsibilities to honor this fundamental university value. Our students deserve to be afforded all of the opportunities they have earned through their academic merit.”