Thursday, July 11, 2019

WAIST HIGH, STRAIGHT ACROSS THE PLATE

It does not get much clearer. This is my correspondent friend who regularly goes on tours with the Israeli Defense Forces in Israel. I always appreciate his take on issues going down.
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To Steve Van Nattan

I think that Trump is getting the same kind of fawning treatment the Antichrist will get from Israel. Trump really hasn't done anything special for Israel, what with moving the embassy to Jerusalem, and declaring the Golan Heights to be Israel's property. In the same way that Jews in Europe were able to deny to themselves the danger of Hitler, Jews have an uncanny ability to suck up to those who would annihilate them. In 2003 I listened to young soldiers in the IDF give the pope's anti-Jewishness a pass by noting to me that he wears a kippa. The lady who was in charge of assigning us volunteers to the various IDF units warned us that most pickpockets wear kippas.

If I had to bet, I'd bet my life that Trump was a partner with Epstein in having sex with underage girls. The incoherence we get from every presidential administration is unchanged with Trump. As far as I know, no president has ever been a Christian. Any president who was a Christian would declare it openly. And if our president isn't a Christian, then he's more than likely demon possessed. Trump obviously knows how to work Jews by flattering them and pretending like he cares about them. And the Israelis reciprocate by puffing up his ego by calling him a type of King Cyrus, and by naming a town in the Golan after him. Trump is of course putty in God's hands, while going about thrusting his art of the deal up everyone's rectum. Trump is a sad sad sad little man who will be cast into the Lake of Fire for eternity for disregarding the Lord of Lords.

I read an article the other day which said to watch how Trump trolls us little people. We Christians have been given the discernment to be able to cooly watch how the powers troll us for the purpose of eliciting emotional reactions from us. Some of the most shallow things a person can do are attending major sporting events and going on cruises. These things pass for accomplishments amongst the social networking crowds. The same with going on safaris in Africa or standing in line to get to the top of Mt. Everest. I sat in a so-called church one morning where teenagers were being lauded for returning from Mexico after helping to build houses. When I checked into the parameters of that program, power tools weren't allowed to be used, which of course means that practically nothing was accomplished. 


 It's all just feel-good confetti obscuring the fact that insubstantial people find more and more ways to star in selfies on social networking posts. Volunteering to change diapers on the Alzheimer's Unit doesn't count as a cool way to express what a substantial person you really are deep down inside. People who care for other people tend not to brag about it, while people who pay to be taken to the top of Mt. Everest are sure to post many selfies of it. Wait until they can start paying to be taken into outer space. Too bad they can't all pay for a one-way ticket to Mars. But they'll want to return to Earth when they hear that all of the Christians have been taken up in the Rapture. Poor devils.


WC




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