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Reform Judaism is an apostate Pagan religion

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  What does Reform "Judaism" and Messianic "Judaism" have in common? Both are psedoJudaism. Except that at least Messianic Judaism is somewhat based on the Bible [albeit from a Christian perspective] and can, at times, be on the right side of the issue [such as on social issues in bringing G-d to the public square or in opposing abortion]. Reform "Judaism" is not Judaism. It's leftist tyranny. The mainstream of the Reform movement is run by far leftists with Stalinist tendancies.The Reform movement thinks that they're open minded. Yet they'll lump anyone they disagree with with the "religious right", particularly with Conservative Christians in America. The far left of the Reform movement feeds off of the baseless fear mongering of the religious right in America seeking to "impose" its religion. Many Jews [even some Orthodox ones] are more than happy to empathize the difference between Judaism and Christianity [I agree that Judaism and Christianity are two completely different religions and so does anyone except for Messianic "Jews" who pose as Jews to get more converts]/ But look, the secular left really isn't any more "Jewish" than Christianity. In fact, Christian Conservatives are way closer to Torah than secular leftists are on pretty much every social issue there is. The mainstream of the Reform movement is like the Noah movie, where the theme is the same: support every leftist cause from the murder of babies in the womb, to the Homosexual agenda, to removing G-d from school prayer all the way down to worshipping trees and believing that animals have more rights. In this show, I'll tlak about religious coercion from the Pagan apostate Reform movement.

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