Donald Trump, John Hagee, Zionism And The Chabad
Donald Trump, John Hagee, Zionism And The Chabad Pastor Chuck Baldwin for Russia-Insider
King Solomon wrote, “Much study is a weariness of the flesh.” (Eccl. 12:12 KJV) I will add that it doesn’t make one a lot of friends either—especially if what one discovers through his studies cuts against the grain of commonly accepted teaching.
In my message to Liberty Fellowship last Sunday, I made the point that Zionism is one of America’s greatest threats. I do not say that lightly. Many years and untold hours of laborious study have led me to that conclusion. Only the lack of truth-preaching (including truth-preaching about Zionism) from America’s pulpits is a greater threat to our country. Beyond that, Zionism is one of the most politically protected institutions in America. No! It is THE most politically protected institution in the country. Bar none!
The influence and intimidation that Zionism wields over America’s major institutions and industries are incalculable—and seemingly impenetrable. From the church house to the White House, from Main Street to Wall Street, from Hollywood and Vine to Broadway and from the marbled halls of Congress to the hallowed halls of ivy-covered universities, Zionism reigns supreme. It rules our institutions with an iron fist. And it takes no prisoners against anyone who dares to challenge it. No one, and I mean no one—white or black, male or female, Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative—can criticize Zionism without incurring the wrath of the combined weight of the media, entertainment, political, business and religious elite falling on them like a ton of bricks.
When Temple University professor and CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill (a black man) dared to criticize Israeli violence against the indigenous people of Palestine, he was quickly fired by the giant cable news network. When Republican Senator Rand Paul (a white man) held up $38 billion of U.S. foreign aid to Zionist Israel’s war machine, the Israeli lobby jumped on him like a chicken on a June bug. Rand quickly capitulated. When Democrat Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (an Arab woman) dared to criticize the powerful Israeli lobby group, AIPAC, she was immediately denounced by congressmen and senators from both parties as well as by the President of the United States, who demanded that she resign. She quickly apologized.
It doesn’t matter who you are, what race you are, what your politics are, what your religious beliefs are, what school you graduated from or where you work; you cannot criticize Zionist Israel or any of its surrogates: not in any shape, manner or form.
And speaking of the President of the United States, Donald Trump’s connections to the Jewish mafia (the same mafia that Vladimir Putin is connected to, by the way) cannot be denied. In this column on August 10, 2017, I wrote:
Trump’s association with Jewish mafia billionaires—among whom Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner (Ivanka’s husband) and his family belong—is easily documented. I’m talking about men such as Alexander Mashkevich, Tevfik Arif (not Jewish by birth but a strong Zionist), Felix Henry Sater and Lev Avnerovich Leviev. Look them up for yourself. Jewish Zionist Wilbur Ross (Bilderberg), whom Trump appointed as Secretary of Commerce, was one of the Jewish billionaire Rothschild bankers who bailed Trump out of one of his bankruptcies.
What I did not include in that column was Trump’s official proclamation of endorsement of the Zionist Chabad (on this occasion, ultra-Zionist John Bolton also met with the Chabad):
US President Donald Trump signed the 40th annual proclamation marking National Education and Sharing Day, in honor of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the late Rabbi of the Lubavitch Hasidic movement.
“NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim March 27, 2018, as ‘Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A.,’” Trump said in a statement on Tuesday.
“I call upon government officials, educators, volunteers, and all the people of the United States to observe this day with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities.
A delegation of Rabbis from the Lubavitch (also known as Chabad) Hasidic movement attended the signing ceremony, which took place in the Oval Office.
If you study (there’s that dirty little word again) the Chabad, you will find that it is nothing more than a branch of the Ashkenazi Jewish mafia that actually has very little to do with real Jewish people at all—just as Zionism has almost nothing to do with the ancient Jewish religion or real Jewish people.