The Covid fraud that Joe Biden mercifully ended this week by terminating Donald Trump's Stalinesque Emergency Order authorizing the demonic attack against our lives and liberties back in March of 2020 is only eclipsed by the fraud that has bewitched evangelicals and politicians alike for over 70 years.
The self-ordained theologian/phony lawyer/con man/thief/family deserter Cyrus Scofield, Britain's Lord Balfour and U.S. President Harry Truman formed the unholy trinity that helped to create the biggest fraud on planet earth: Zionist Israel. Oh, yes! Don't forget to also thank the United Nations. It could not have happened without that devilish institution.
But the biggest culprit of the bunch is Scofield and his gaggle of blinded and thoroughly duped evangelical Israel idolaters, who swear to themselves that Zionist Israel is Biblical Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu and his murderous Middle Eastern Machiavillians are "God's Chosen People."
It's the biggest hoax in the history of Western Civilization.
The Zionist hoax is responsible for most of the global conflicts and wars since World War II; it is responsible for most of the moral filth in Hollywood and in our music and entertainment industries; it is responsible for most of the lying, deranged, hellish members of the national news media who continually spread their unabashed communist agenda upon the American public; it is responsible for the reason why most politicians and judges are bribed into their omnipresent anti-freedom, pro-Marxist legislation and rulings; and it is the reason that 80% of America's evangelical pastors and churches provide cover for over 70 years of ethnic cleansing, pillage, plunder, rape, murder and genocide of the Palestinian people by the Israeli government.
Be sure to read this report.
And the fact that multiplied thousands of Israel's victims are Christians doesn't bother America's evangelicals one iota. Not a bit! Nada! Zilch!
Hostility by fundamentalist Jews towards Jerusalem's Christian community is not new, and it is not just Armenian Christians who suffer from it. Priests of all denominations describe being spat at for years. Since 2005, Christian celebrations around Holy Week, particularly Holy Fire Saturday, have brought military barricades and harsh treatment from soldiers and settlers alike, with the number of worshippers allowed inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre drastically limited, from as many as 11,000 historically during the Holy Fire ceremony to now 1,800 since last year, with authorities citing safety concerns.
But since Israel's new government – the most right wing and religious in its history – came to power, incidents against Christians in Jerusalem have reportedly become more violent and common. At the beginning of the year, 30 Christian graves at the Protestant Mount Zion Cemetery were desecrated. In the Armenian Quarter, vandals spray-painted "Death to Arabs, Christians and Armenians," on the walls.
At the Church of the Flagellation, someone attacked a statue of Jesus with a hammer. Last month, an Israeli came to the Church of Gethsemane during Sunday religious services and tried to attack the priest with an iron bar. Being spat and shouted at by Israelis has become, for some Christians, "a daily occurrence".
"My fear is that these perpetrators are known, but they enjoy impunity," said Munib Younan, bishop emeritus of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. "That's the reason they are doing this."
Church and community leaders note that police do little to investigate, and dismiss or minimise the religious and ideological motivations behind these attacks.
The targeting of Christian symbols – especially the cross, with harassers often calling Christians "pagans" or "idol worshippers" – isn't new either, but never have the attackers felt more emboldened than under the new government. After a recent spitting incident, an argument ensued, and the settler flashed his gun at the Christians. As a friend of theirs put it, the message was clear: "I can do anything I want and claim self-defence."
This comes as the Israeli government continues to seek to transform Christian sites at the Mount of Olives into a national park — which church officials say will strip their rights as owners of these sites and hand them over to [Zionist] settler interests.
Jerusalem's Christian population has been threatened for years – it is currently about 10,000, or just over one percent of the city's population, compared with a quarter of the population a century ago. Many have left, seeking a more secure future elsewhere as the empowerment of far-right religious figures such as Ben-Gvir and Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich only tears Jerusalem apart and marginalises Christians further.
Palestinian and Armenian Christians feel ignored by the world, and for church officials engaging in the diplomatic arena, the response often rings hollow. "[Foreign countries] are shy," said Shomali of the Latin Patriarchate. "Americans are the strongest because there is a special relationship between Israel and the United States." [Emphasis added]
Yes. And that "special relationship" between the U.S. and Israel is unholy, perverse and demonic. And all of this Christless chicanery is directly due to evangelicalism's infatuation with the Zionist-inspired notes contained in The Scofield Reference Bible.
Why do you think that every major U.S. presidential candidate feels constrained to fly over to Israel, put on the little beanie and kiss the wall—and bow the head and hold out the hand—in Aelia Capitolina, aka Jerusalem?
I know of several Israelis who watch my livestream Sunday messages. Some of these Israelis came to Christ after watching my sermons. One of them, whose name I will not dare mention, has experienced severe persecution from Israeli officials after becoming a Christian, including being beaten and jailed. It is certain that the others have also been persecuted after receiving Christ. The proselytes of the Pharisees in Israel today hate Christ and Christians as much as did their spiritual forebears 2,000 years ago.
But America's evangelicals think they are doing God service by supporting satanic Zionists such as Benjamin Netanyahu.
The problem is, these evangelicals are following the doctrines of Christian Zionism taught by John Darby and C. I. Scofield. Their entire understanding of Christianity is Israel-based. It is no hyperbole to say that for most evangelicals, their faith hinges on Israel. Said another way: They have no faith without Israel.
They are devoid of New Covenant truth.
For over 100 years, the vast majority of evangelical Christians have never heard a message on the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD and what it means.
They have never heard a message from Hebrews 8 that the Old Covenant has "vanished away." They have never heard a message from Galatians 4 that the Old Covenant generates "bondage." They have never heard a message from II Corinthians 3 that the Old Covenant was a "ministration of death" and "condemnation." They have never heard a message from Ephesians 2 that the Old Covenant Jewish "law of commandments" has been "abolished." They have never heard a message from Colossians 2 that the Old Covenant Jewish ordinances were "blotted out" and "taken away."
Pastors are keeping their congregations under Zionist bondage by refusing to teach the glorious New Covenant Gospel of Christ.
Last Sunday, I delivered my 15th Prophecy Message entitled The Seventh Trumpet: The Fall Of Jerusalem And Rise Of The New Covenant Kingdom, taken from Revelation Chapter 11, which is the most important chapter in the Book of Revelation.
This message elucidates the heart and soul of not just the Book of Revelation but of the New Covenant itself.
While evangelicals in America were celebrating "Easter" and lauding all things Zionist Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu's government and fellow Zionist zealots were busy persecuting, beating, harassing, hounding and terrorizing Christians in Jerusalem and in all of Palestine.
I hope America's evangelicals are sleeping well in their bed of deception.
© Chuck Baldwin
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