January 29, 2020
Whatever you think about the vile kikes and their brutal agenda, you should be able to laugh about the fact that Donald Trump has released a “peace plan” written by the Israeli government and said that his Jewish son-in-law wrote it.
In fact, we should all be able to laugh about the fact that Trump has taken the whole “Jews control America” meme to such an absurd extreme that even the Jewish media is left speechless trying to explain how America is something other than a Jewish colony.
President Trump on Tuesday unveiled his long-awaited Middle East peace plan with a flourish, releasing a proposal that would give Israel most of what it has sought over decades of conflict while offering the Palestinians the possibility of a state with limited sovereignty.
Mr. Trump’s plan would guarantee that Israel would control a unified Jerusalem as its capital and not require it to uproot any of the settlements in the West Bank that have provoked Palestinian outrage and alienated much of the world. Mr. Trump promised to provide $50 billion in international investment to build the new Palestinian entity and open an embassy in its new state.
“My vision presents a win-win opportunity for both sides, a realistic two-state solution that resolves the risk of Palestinian statehood to Israel’s security,” the president said at a White House ceremony that demonstrated the one-sided state of affairs: He was flanked by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel but no counterpart from the Palestinian leadership, which is not on speaking terms with the Trump administration.
President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority immediately denounced the plan as a “conspiracy deal” unworthy of serious consideration, making the decades-long pursuit of a so-called two-state solution appear more distant than ever. “We say a thousand times over: no, no, no,” Mr. Abbas said on Tuesday in Ramallah, in the West Bank.
As part of the proposal, Israel agreed to limit its settlement construction in a four-year “land freeze,” during which Palestinian leaders can reconsider whether to engage in talks.
But before returning to Israel on Tuesday, Mr. Netanyahu told reporters that he would ask his cabinet to vote Sunday on a unilateral annexation of the strategically important Jordan River Valley and all Jewish settlements on the West Bank, a move that is sure to further inflame the Palestinians.
The only thing that the Jew media is able to come up with as the masses look at this and ask “is America a colony of Israel or what…?” is that this is somehow the fault of Christian Zionism.
Israeli journalist Mairav Zonszein writes for the Washington Post:
This is no surprise: The evangelical-heavy Trump administration is the most fervently Christian Zionist government the United States has ever had, making it a driving force of pro-Israel attitudes in Washington. U.S. support for Israel these days doesn’t mean just championing the idea of a Jewish state — it means supporting the idea of Greater Israel, the Israeli far right’s dream of a single state. The United States hasn’t merely dropped the support for a two-state solution, or stopped condemning Israeli settlements on Palestinian land. U.S. policy has shifted to endorsing the reality that Netanyahu’s right-wing government has put on the ground: an ethno-national state where Israel retains territories it occupied in the 1967 war, Jews are the sole sovereign from the river to the sea, Palestinians are denied self-determination and international law has no currency.
Many of the evangelical Christians whose votes Trump courts believe in the notion that God promised the land to Jews and that the return of Jewish rule in the Holy Land will bring about the Rapture and Second Coming, after which Jesus will restore a divine kingdom in which all Jews either become Christians or perish. Evangelicals comprise Trump’s core base, with more than 80 percent of white evangelicals having voted for him in 2016. (They also make up a quarter of the overall U.S. population, though obviously not all evangelicals share Trump’s views on the Middle East.) Evangelical leaders are regular visitors in the White House.
The influence of evangelical Christianity on U.S. policy toward Israel is a practical expression of philo-Semitism, which is the flip side of anti-Semitism; it involves having an affinity for Jews, as opposed to hating them. Evangelical adoration for Israel — and Israel’s reciprocal efforts to join forces with evangelicals in the United States — obviously predates Trump. Israel made the decision long ago to embrace evangelical support. In the 1980s, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin made the strategic decision to tap into the religious right in America, which he presciently realized was a burgeoning power base. At the time, the Rev. Jerry Falwell was organizing evangelicals as a political force in the Republican Party through his founding of the religious, hyper-conservative Moral Majority, which Begin declared in 1981 to be a great friend of Israel.
This is today most evident in the work of Christians United for Israel, the largest pro-Israel lobby in the United States, boasting 8 million members. Since 2006, it has been advocating for continued military aid to Israel, settlement expansion and Israeli war with Iran. CUFI director John Hagee, who said at the annual AIPAC conference in 2007, “The sleeping giant of Christian Zionism has awakened,” had been pushing for the U.S. Embassy to move to Jerusalem for years before Trump finally did it; Hagee delivered the closing remarks at the embassy’s relocation ceremony in 2018.
This whole thing is bullshit on a number of different levels.
Firstly, no one can possibly argue that CUFI is somehow more powerful than AIPAC and Sheldon Adelson. If someone is arguing that, they’re just a Jew and they’re lying to you for Jewish reasons.
Secondly, Christian Zionists are literally dumber than niggers. They can’t find Israel on a map, have no idea about the borders of Israel, have no idea about the settlements or any of the rest of this. Trump could introduce any pro-Israel policy, and they would love it. He didn’t have to literally allow the Israeli government to write the entire plan.
Thirdly, when was the last time you heard about Christian Zionists lobbying for Israel, other than when the Jewish media needed to blame them for the actions of AIPAC and Sheldon Adelson? Do you meet these people in real life?
I used to personally know people, during the Bush years, who believed in this Christian Zionist theory, with the rapture and all of that, and all of them got totally jaded by the Bush Wars and have stopped believing in this. I don’t even know anywhere on the internet where Christians are lobbying for more war in the Middle East. Not even Breitbart does that very much.
Fourthly, this is just as much of an agenda of the Democrats as it is the Republicans, which proves that it doesn’t all originate from some powerful shadowy Christian Zionist lobby.
Chuck Schumer says his entire purpose of existing is to fight for Israel:
Nancy Pelosi says that even if the US Capitol crumbles to the ground, the US government will keep fleecing the population for tax money to send to the Jews:
Fifthly, the entire “Christian Zionist” agenda was created BY THE JEWS.
As the Jews will constantly remind you if you give them a chance, the majority of Christian history has been marked by anti-Semitism. This love of the Jews is a very recent phenomenon, which emerged with televangelists who were being paid by the Jews to promote Jew interests. For example – as the Israeli Jew WaPo writer even mentions by name – Jerry Falwell.
The Israeli government literally gave Jerry Falwell a jet plane as a gift.
Claiming that Christians are responsible for the Jews controlling America is just blaming the victim.
The whole world hates America because we are controlled by the Jews like a golem.
It’s very sad. We used to be a great country that people respected.
Now we’re just an evil joke.