Today, the world's hatred of the Jews is just
as vehement, just as rabid, as it was
when Hitler was murdering six million of
them in his gas chambers and
concentration camps in Europe in the 1930's and
1940's. Frankly, I am not sure
that given a chance to do it again, much of the
world would just stand by, again,
and allow it to happen. Millions would simply
look the other way... then claim they
were not aware it was happening. Sound
familiar? It does to my generation.
There is a sickness deep down in the rotten core
of the human race that allows a
hatred this deep. You want to see racism? You
want to see bigotry, you want to
see black, mindless, wrathful hate, and pure
stinking jealousy? Then look into
the souls of the people who will allow a
country, Israel, to be pounded day after
day by a people sworn to wipe them
from the face of the earth, a people who will
not even recognize the right of
the Jews to exist, to live, to breath, and walk the
same earth as they do.
There you will see the blackness of hell.
Those who support the people who spend their days
and nights searching for
ways to kill, maim, and in any way possible, deny the
basic right of life to a whole
people (because they are Jews) are, themselves,
assuredly assigned to the
deepest, hottest, level of Hell itself.
Someone must stand up and call them what they
are... angels of perdition,
angels of death.
Israel, the ancestral homeland of the Jews, has
been a country since the late
1940's. Within twenty-four hours of the United
Nations proclaiming them a
state, they were attacked, from all quarters, by the
That tiny, little, infant of a country managed to
whip every last one of the Arab
countries coming against them.
Every day since 1948 Israel has had to fight to
exist. From kidnappings to
wholesale slaughter of the Israelis -- the world has
watched and pretended
not to see. That is sick, people!
To really seal the diagnosis of pathological Jew
hatred, the nations of the world,
by and large, point accusing fingers at
Israel when she attempts to defend herself.
It never fails.
The international representatives to the United
Nations stumble over each other in
a rush to condemn Israel for going after the
people who have been sending
rockets into Israeli territory killing Israelis.
The International Media brought us
stories of dead (so-called) Palestinian
children and old men and women. Where
was the same international press to tell
us the stories of the dead Israelis from
the rocket blasts and the suicide
bombers and the kidnapers sent into Israel by
those who fund the perpetrators
of their godless evil? All you ever need to know
about the international media
can be learned by picking up a newspaper today,
or watching a TV newscast
today. They are shouting their bigotry from the
rooftops of the world!
This world-wide hatred of the Jews is a sickness.
It pollutes the souls of mankind.
It pollutes everything we human beings touch.
It must be, it HAS to be, a foul
stench in the nostrils of God.
Those of us who profess the Christian faith pray
to Christ and say we believe
that Christ is the Son of God. People, I have news
for you! Jesus was a JEW!
Talk about hypocrisy!
Why DOES the world hate the Jews? Why? Maybe it is
because, as some have
said, the Land of Israel is a constant reminder of God to
a world which has largely
rejected the very existence of God. And yet... there
is little Israel, standing in the
face of six or seven countries all vowing to
wipe them from the face of the earth.
Yet, they stand... and continue to
stand... no matter what is thrown at them.
I can give you the answer I learned in Sunday
School -- and at my father's knee
as a child. That answer is that God made
Israel a promise. He gave them that
land as their own forever.
By the way, the land given Israel, by God, today
includes the countries of: Jordan,
Syria, Lebanon, the land called today
"The Palestinian Territory," as well as the
land we know today as the
state of Israel ... and MORE.
Now, I am not a very good Christian. In fact, I
expect I'd make a pretty good
Pharisee. But, I believe that God does not make
promises He does not plan
to keep... and once made... it is for darned sure God
does not break His promises.
Otherwise, my entire faith is a fallacy and as the
apostle said I, amongst all men,
are the most to be pitied.
My American family hails from the northern parts
of western Europe. A
geographical area that used to be, and by all appearances
today, remains a
hotbed of antisemitism. My ancestral home embarrasses me.
Europeans are quick to boast of their belief in
Human Rights. It would certainly
seem they mean Human Rights for everyone but
the Jews of Israel. My fellow
Americans who support those who call for the
demise of Israel embarrass me
I believe we are quickly approaching the time, in
the cosmic scheme of things,
when the sheep will be divided from the goats. The
nations of the world are going
to be called upon, soon, to decide, as nations,
with whom they stand, Israel...
or those who call for her death. Those nations
blind enough, and hate-filled enough,
to choose to stand with Israel's
oppressors ... are doomed. I cannot put it any more
succinctly than that. God
himself has said "I will bless those who bless you (Israel),
and I will
curse those who curse you." An accounting IS coming. It cannot be
The world is awash in antisemitism. If you have
any doubt about that, be sure to
pick up your newspaper tomorrow morning and
scan its pages for the inevitable
stories of the way the terrible Israelis are
slaughtering the "Palestinians."
The hate spewing media cannot help themselves.
They have made their
commitment to go against God and there will be a price
extracted. Watch as
some of the most powerful and influential news
organizations on the face of the
planet are going out of business and, in the
process, suffering a very public,
humiliating, long drawn-out death. They have
chosen their path and they are
now powerless to do anything about it.
In the meantime, we will continue to pray for
Israel's success in the on-going war
against the forces of evil. Israel WILL be
victorious. Of that, I have no doubt.