Monday, January 2, 2017

A Horrific Storm Of Evil Is Rising Up And Is Sweeping The World, It Is Leading Europe Into The Hands Of The Antichrist


There is a tremendous movement brewing across Europe and other parts of the world where the players real agenda is not so obvious to the names eye. The Church is extremely silent not daring to expose it. And it is all focused on invading Jerusalem. People do not stop and ask: how will all these evil movements and nations unite to march against Jerusalem to fulfill  Zechariah 12 “when all the nations of the earth are gathered against her [Jerusalem]”?

The devil will use antisemitism, stupid, where every evil is blamed on the Jews. And this is currently brewing like never before since WWII. While critiquing Jews is valid, the evil is this unbalanced view that is sweeping western nations like a storm accusing Jews to supersede gentiles in doing mischief. And its coming from claiming Christians who do not consider that antisemitism in Christianity is a heresy, condemned by the church as mortal sin since it stems from ultra-nationalists leading their nations to commit genocide. Today, there is a tremendous rise in antisemitism. It has become a silent reality getting us ever closer to fulfilling Zechariah 12.

But how big are these antisemitic movements? Enter a shocker.  (more...)


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15 comments:

  1. Question, why do Jews not speak about this? Does anyone hear from Jewish groups or even individuals about this?

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    1. The Jews have a different perspective on the problem and analyze it from a non-Christian framework, but they certainly feel the rising antipathy as can be seen here:
      http://www.cjnews.com/news/canada/rally-against-anti-semitism-draws-passionate-crowd-to-city-hall

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  2. The Jews are not a "race" in the biological sense (that is Hitler talk and Talmud talk), "race" in the biological sense is not the issue, "ethnicity" per se is not the issue, who one's mother and father are is not the issue; idealogies promulgated by Jewish religious and political leaders are the issue.

    If you are like me, though, and I hope you are in this regard, you are concerned about true hatred of the Hebrew people as an ethnic group or as people mistakenly perceived as belonging to a biological "race." This is a serious concern, and I understand hesitance and an unwillingness to believe or repeat certain truths.

    However some of these truths are self-evident, namely that Jews overwhelmingly favor “progressive” causes like legal abortion, “sexual freedom,” and “gay rights.” As Samuel Johnson says, a community must be judged non numero sed pondere — not by numbers, but by weight. And the preponderance of Jewish sentiment is clear: it loathes Christianity and Christian influence in public life. It resents Christian proselytizing, one of the first Christian duties (virtually banned in Israel). It considers the Gospels the very source of what it calls anti-Semitism. In fact, the very word anti-Semitism is basically a Jewish synonym for Christianity.

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    1. I disagree with your "self-evident" characterization of Jews. They are a minority in most communities and tend to adopt the values of those communities. In the Anglo-American sphere, they become "progressive" because Anglo-Americans are progressive. The Anglicans/Episcopalians are progressive so, to gain acceptance and rise socially, the Jews take their social cues from these progressives. The same occurred in early 20th century Germany. Jews who have sought my friendship have tended to be conservative, as I am. I've known many Jews who have been more conservative than most Protestants. You have to take people one at a time, and account for societal influences, as well as your own influence. And, once the stereotypes have been broken down, Jews are quite willing to look at the Gospels in their relation to the Torah.

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    2. Jewish pre-eminence in the Anglo-American sphere (and, hence, world) of popular culture, including the mass media (TV, film, radio, newspapers, book publishing, music, et al), academia, the international art world and most especially finance far surpasses their simple minority status and are the accelerant of almost every progressive socio-political movement.

      Of course we can always find individual exceptions to any general social category or rule, and as followers of Christ we are commanded to do so. Nevertheless, we (and most definitely our conservative Jewish acquaintances) still must wrestle with some difficult but pertinent questions.

      What about when the individual we must not prejudge is part of a subcommunity that itself prejudges all who are not part of that group's boundaries of identity, a group that consistently acts by its self-protective, self-expansive biases? Is it prejudicial to criticize individuals who maintain -- actively or passively -- such group allegiance, within, and transcending, the Christian worldview? And is it not morally reasonable, and in fact morally necessary, to criticize any collectivity, to the degree it deviates, at core, from the inter-ethnic tolerant, and universalistic, ethic of the Christian worldview? And what about when such a group can, alternately or collectively, self-configure as a racial, ethnic, religious, nationalist, and political organization? Does such a community merit categorical immunity from criticism?

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    3. I've studied and worked in what may be considered "elite" circles. I saw nothing like the Jewish dominance you describe. I did see a dominant Anglo grouping and, within that a German-speaking grouping. The royal family and much British nobility is German. And, I came into contact with much Scottish Rite freemasonry. The Jews didn't figure very large and felt a bit ostracized by that group, justifiably.

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    4. Hilaire Belloc and G.K. Chesterton I presume also ran in similar circles, admittingly in a different period, yet both concluded that the the Jews figured very large, beyond their paltry numbers.

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    5. Different place, different time. And, I make no claim to be stating universals. I just know that these ideas didn't work in my location. Here is a recent story about my alma mater, if you're interested:

      http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/u-of-t-mcgill-university-rank-in-top-five-of-north-americas-worst-schools-for-jewish-students

      I can personally affirm that Catholics aren't very welcome, either. However, if you're pagan, you're cool.

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    6. Looping back to the point of your post..it is the rife hypocrisy of so many progressive and Zionist Jews that inflames the deplorable racist backlash that is becoming a wildfire in Europe and beyond.

      The onus is on progressive and Zionist Jews to take a good long self critical look into what it is that they do and say that seems to create the conditions for these periodic backlashes against Jewish communities throughout history (the writings of Gilad Atzmon would be a good place to start).

      Articles such as below are examples of what infuriates and leads the ignorant and hopeless to seek an easy scapegoat to their socio-economic plight.

      http://newobserveronline.com/u-s-jews-demand-refugees-not-israel/

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    7. The Jews are not unique in having difficulty dealing with their extremists. The Muslims have their Wahabis and the Christians have their Dominionists. Everyone gets undermined by people who try to impose worldly agendas in the name of religion. Having butted my own head against the Dominionists, I can appreciate the difficulties in Islam and Judaism and know that it would be hypocritical if I don't clean up the rot in my own back yard before decrying their condition. Every religion, major or minor, has its tares. In practical terms, I can deal best with what is nearest to me -- family, community, then region. Attempts to carry the world on ones shoulders just makes the goal unattainable and provides an excuse for inaction.

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  3. The difference is that these Jewish extremists possess/control an unbelievably disproportionate amount of the world's financial resources and levers of worldly/cultural power (politics, academia, media/entertainment, fashion/clothing).

    By comparison, Dominionists are nothing more than obscure footnotes on the Christian scene and Wahabists would be a relatively powerless Muslim bloc if not for Western complicity in financing and fomenting their wickedness both in the Middle-East and beyond.

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    1. You're right about the unbelievable part. I saw all three groups in action at my alma matter. The Jews put on a brave face, but the Anglo/Americans and Saudis are so powerful, they do everything they can to conceal it. They don't need to advertise. They're the ones you go to if want connections and money. My own life has been lived in the shadow of Henry Ford and Thomas J. Watson. Think about the Rockefellers. The Duponts. And, read up about offshoring and tax avoidance. And, patent ownership. Most of the world's wealth isn't on the books. You have no way to determine who owns or controls anything. You know what the rich want you to know, and will dance to any tune they play.

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  4. If your last two sentences sum up our reality then we must conclude that all (you and I) dance to the tunes played by others. Neither of us would have any certainty that the particular tunes we "enjoy" (ie Jews are perpetual victims of unwarranted anti-Semitism OR Jews are brilliant manipulators and destroyers of Christian culture) are closer to reality or whether they are nothing more than psychological manipulations to keep the "awake" of this world distracted and divided.

    That is indeed a very bleak (postmodern) view of our epistemological situation. One that I hope is untrue otherwise all (you and I) have drifted off into a meaningless world conjured up by hidden diabolical forces.

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  5. During my brief time among the so-called "elite", I was struck by what a small world their's is. If most people live within 6 degrees of separation, they only have 1 or 2 degrees. There is very little real difference among them. My other insight is that if you step away from them, the madness fades away. Do not be a moth attracted to the flame.

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  6. Agreed!! The only flame that a Christian should be attracted to is the flame of Love/Truth that abide in the heart of Jesus.

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