Israel is Nazi Germany? Hamas are victims?

There are certain “isms” in history that were such failures, and/or so overtly evil that one would expect them to never raise their ugly heads again because the world is wise to them.

Unless one is Biblically informed, that is.

The enemy of your soul, however, is a master of manipulating language. Most media-educated people assume socialism is dead, for instance, because communists now are called “liberals” and fascists are called “progressives.” And anti-Semitism is now on the rise around the world, disguised as “anti-zionism.”

Anti-Semitism is swelling up within a majority of European populations, with the USA lagging behind by about 20 %. Certainly the Muslim influx into these respective nations has something to do with this, but ignorance and reprobate minds, fed by the false prophets of network news, are causing non-Muslims to hate Israel as well.

Just as a look at the demographics in the USA after the 2004 elections warned that America’s national suicide would only accelerate as succeeding generations (and waves of illegal immigrants) grew old enough to vote, a look at the demographics now shows that prophetic fulfilment of Israel’s utter isolation in the world is just around the corner. While a majority of the older generations in America still sympathize with Jews, a majority of the younger generation sees Israel as a villain.

Most alarming is that this same anti-Semitism is making itself known inside the Church, too.

It shouldn’t surprise us. Rather than influencing the world for good, the Church is reflecting the attitudes and “values” of the world in every issue from homosexuality, feminism and politics, to Biblical relevance.

The cowards of Hamas attack civilian targets in Israel, then hide behind their women and children. Israel feeds the people in Gaza, gives them free medical care, does everything feasible to minimize collateral damage among the families of the terrorists, yet the false prophet press swaps the victims for the perpetrators in their mantra-like narrative.

The media has been calling evil good and good evil increasingly for decades now–especially when it comes to Israel and the “Palestinians.” But the agitprop is evidently more effective than ever on weak, reprobate minds.

The Bible warned us that all nations would turn against Israel at the end. Here we are.

More and more, some Israelis are speaking up with a message something like this: “To blazes with world opinion. The world is going to hate us no matter what we do, unless we let ourselves be wiped off the face of the Earth. We might as well roll into Gaza with all guns blazing and put an end to this problem permanently. They couldn’t hate us more than they already do.”

In time, I suspect this is exactly what will happen. When the USA either completely turns against them, and/or becomes insignificant in world politics after our financial destruction (both of which are showing signs of manifesting soon) Israel will take off the kid gloves and stomp flat all the nations alluded to in Psalm 83. This will finally give them some security from the terror they’ve been suffering since 1948; a treasure trove of natural resources; territories that extend to the boundaries promised to Abraham by the Lord; and probably a big head. The IDF will leap toward the top of the world in perceived formidability, and they won’t quite be ready for the world war predicted in Ezekiel 38-39, when the invading armies of a massive coalition swarm down on them like a cloud covering the land.

Author: Elijah Dispatched

I never doubted the existence of God. I thank my parents for that. Even so, most of my life could be summed up as a shameful rebellion against Him. Still, even when living like a reprobate heathen, I still occasionally studied the Bible. I found it just as confusing and seemingly contradictory as most people, yet I could also discern there was power in it, and truth beyond my finite reckoning. After finally admitting to my Creator, "You are God and I am not," my study of the Bible became a bit more intensive. I have learned much, and will learn much more. I plan on sharing some of that here.

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