They’re starting with this process, which I’ve already described to you previously.
A leading Israeli human rights group has begun describing both Israel and its control of the Palestinian territories as a single “apartheid” regime, using an explosive term that the country’s leaders and their supporters vehemently reject.
In a report released Tuesday, B’Tselem says that while Palestinians live under different forms of Israeli control in the occupied West Bank, blockaded Gaza, annexed east Jerusalem and within Israel itself, they have fewer rights than Jews in the entire area between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River.
“One of the key points in our analysis is that this is a single geopolitical area ruled by one government,” said B’Tselem director Hagai El-Ad. “This is not democracy plus occupation. This is apartheid between the river and the sea.”
That a respected Israeli organization is adopting a term long seen as taboo even by many critics of Israel points to a broader shift in the debate as its half-century occupation of war-won lands drags on and hopes for a two-state solution fade.
Peter Beinart, a prominent Jewish-American critic of Israel, caused a similar stir last year when he came out in favor of a single binational state with equal rights for Jews and Palestinians. B’Tselem does not take a position on whether there should be one state or two.
Israel has long presented itself as a thriving democracy in which Palestinian citizens, who make up about 20% of its population of 9.2 million, have equal rights. Israel seized east Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in the 1967 war — lands that are home to nearly 5 million Palestinians and which the Palestinians want for a future state.
Here’s the basic thing: it is impossible for Israel in its current state as this violent, genocidal state to exist in the world that is coming.
What you have witnessed over the course of the last couple years, and particularly in 2020, is that the Arab leaders are coming closer to Jews socially (backing down on the women issue, gay issue, Western culture, etc.) as well as to Israel politically (in 2020, virtually every relevant Moslem nation normalized ties with Israel).
This is preparing for a consensus type scenario. Jews are going to get to build their new temple next to the al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock, in exchange for ceasing the brutality against Palestine. The borders of Palestine are going to be dissolved, with Palestinians gaining some kind of legal status as citizens of a Greater Middle East project.
(Note: A lot of evangelical LIARS and DECEIVERS have falsely claimed that some Moslem structures would need to be torn down in order to build the new Jewish temple. This is totally false. All of the Jewish plans show it being built alongside existing Islamic structures.)
All of this is going to be framed as the great coming together, the ultimate “peace in the Middle East.” Obviously, it will all be controlled by Jews. But it will give the appearance to the world that it is some great peaceful reconciliation.
Right now, you’re going to see pressure beginning to come down on Bibi Netanyahu. When he is forced out or resigns, the new Israeli leader will be someone who is liked by Arabs, or at the very least, celebrated by the leaders of every Arab country.
Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia will meet with him, they will become great friends, and there will be some kind of massive series of various ceremonies, which will be endorsed by the United States (and probably also by Russia). This will somehow be connected to a cessation of hostilities in Syria, which will involve Assad stepping down in exchange for some nominal sovereignty for Syria, which isn’t going to matter anyway inside of a new Middle Eastern Union run by Jews with perverted ultra-rich Arabs as highly visible junior partners.
You can disagree with me or say whatever you want to say, obviously, but I’m just telling you: this is the series of events that is going to unfold, probably pretty quickly. The first thing you’re going to see is the media begin to put some serious pressure on Bibi Netanyahu. A lot of moronic fake anti-Semites are going to cheer this, and lie to you about what it means.
Ultimately, it won’t matter what anyone says about any of it, because it’s going to come to pass as I’ve described it. All I am describing is what the Jews themselves have described in their push for a so-called “Greater Israel.” You can go read Beinart’s thing, and compare it with any of the extremist documents, or even compare it to the stuff Jared Kushner has put out there. It’s all very clear what the plan here is. What the Greater Israel project will be called publicly is probably “Middle Eastern Union” or something along those lines.
What we are looking at is a total New World Order coming into view, and it is very important to some of the key players in this process that Jerusalem be a symbolic seat of power. It is going be be called “a holy city for all religions,” and at these ceremonies they’re going to hold you’re even going to have Hindus and Buddhists participating in various rituals and dances (which will be similar to the rituals and dances you always see at the Olympic ceremonies).
They’re going to do human sacrifices in their new temple, and they’re going to frame it as “people willing to give their lives to save mother earth, as the planet has become too populated.”
The other side of the power center, which is all of these tech people, might not care about the Jewish and satanic elements of all of this, but they also don’t care if the Jews go ahead and put this together in Israel.
Just sit back and watch the show. Do whatever you can in your personal life. Have fun. Make babies. Do what you can, and enjoy it, but don’t think you’re going to affect the bigger picture here.
The best that we can possibly do is push for secession of certain Red States, and create some kind of refuge for ourselves.
But always remember: they have their plans, but God has his own plans. And all of this lunacy is ultimately going to come to naught.
Christ is King.
And every knee will bow.
I can promise you that.