reply to post by Reconciler
Just because some Jewish people happen to have keen business minds , and happen to be prominent in certain skills such as banking or politics , I
think its unfair to exaggerate this and turn it into a zionist coup.
From what i've gathered about america , it is supposed to be the land of the free , where democracy is prized...
The whole nation is being demonized because of the actions of a few....
To single out this " zionist " thing is tarring the whole nation of Israel with the same brush , just because a few people chose to succeed in life
and have a good job , just like the constitution admonishes all americans to do...........prosper , succeed ,........ the american dream,.
According to the bible , God will rule from Israel. It would be a very foolish man who would try to tell Him that He can't do this. Though the
nations surround Israel , His word will come to pass
Reconciler, you really need to start learning about these issues, if you want to make a difference. This whole "jealousy" of the Jews bit, they
have played that hand, just like the antisemitism hand - been there, done that.
Amerika is not the land of the free, anymore. Vote fraud is the norm, and is absolute when it actually matters. Obama was not voted in by a
majority, anymore than Bush Jr. was before him.
Was there a "Zionist coup"? The answer isn't as simple as a Yes or No. In fact, the America that Washington and Jefferson knew has been dead a
long time now, and some may say such a thing is not even possible today anyway, for a variety of reasons. So be it.
Whether a coup or not, the fact is, Jews have taken leadership, and more importantly "ownership" roles in every key area that matters. For all
intents and purposes, people can indeed label such a thing as a "coup", IMO.
The real question to ask is whether or not this situation was "planned" somehow, which is why we usually see issues like the Protocols of Zion
raised time and time again. Sure, could just be "antisemites" constantly stirring up hate or something, but let's put that aside, and at least
admit that the current situation, with the titanic Jewish presence at the helm of everything important, is indeed a real state of affairs. Did this
come about "naturally" perhaps, or is it something more sinister?
Certainly, many Jews today are very talented, and much of their success should be attributed to exactly that, and not automatically to a coordinated
"plot". And yet, perhaps what we see is a bit of both, it would be foolish to dismiss the idea outright, especially considering the implications of
their enormous power over life and death.
I'm sure others will jump in on this volatile matter, but I will address your final paragraph, about God's word coming to pass.
This "religious" dimension is a very big part of the problem! I wonder how many religious folk out there ever give a thought to the implications of
their beliefs? "What if" what you believed, led to innocents dying? Would you still insist on believing, perhaps blaming God instead of yourself?
I don't mean this in a personal way at all, I'm really hoping that anyone who holds onto religious beliefs about the "Chosen" will have the
courage to look into the matter, and determine if they haven't been deceived.
Have you been deceived? Does God really have a Chosen People? I'm certainly not addressing Jews out there, we know they may believe such things,
it's really the "christians" that should have their heads examined, sorry if that is offensive.
Let me ask this, at what point in time did "christians" begin to feel this way about Jews? When exactly did their theology latch on to this
concept? Could we possibly discover that such beliefs are relatively RECENT? What would the implications be if we found that such theology had no
real basis in the Bible at all? What if we were able to trace christian zionist theology to particular people, particular influential seminaries
I won't just hand out the answers, but I will ask that "christians" who find that their congregations, or denominations are adhering to zionism, or
that are sympathetic to this cause, I would ask that you make an honest effort to determine exactly how such an absurd state of affairs came to be.
I would submit that you would not be a very responsible person, if you failed to make this effort about beliefs that are so damaging to the world.
YES, your beliefs may actually have consequences! We need to be responsible.