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Thursday, January 4, 2024

Christian Zionism’s Alliance with Satanism

Once a system metaphysically and categorically rejects logic and reason and historical documentation, that system will eventually embrace Satanism, in one way or another.

Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi made an interesting observation in 2014 that bears repeating. He wrote then,

“The connection between America’s wars in the Middle East—and its wars more generally—with the more fundamentalist forms of Christianity in the United States is striking. Opinion polls suggest that the more religiously conservative one is, the more one will support overseas wars or even what many might describe as war crimes.

“Fully 60 percent of self-described evangelicals supported torturing suspected terrorists in 2009, for example. That is somewhat puzzling, as Christianity is, if anything, a religion of peace that only reluctantly embraced a ‘just war’ concept that was deliberately and cautiously evolved to permit Christians—under very limited circumstances of imminent threat—to fight to defend themselves.

“To be sure, some Christian conservatives who might be described as Armageddonists regard America’s Asian wars as part and parcel of the precursor events that will lead to the Second Coming of Christ, which they eagerly look forward to.

“Also, a non-interventionist friend of mine who comes from a religiously conservative background explained to me how the contradiction partly derives from the fact that many evangelical Christians hardly relate to the New Testament at all.

“While they can recite scripture and verse coming from the Old Testament, they are frequently only marginally conversant with the numerous episodes in the New Testament that attest to Jesus’s extolling the virtues of peacemaking and loving one’s neighbor.

“If true, that means that many evangelicals are much more imbued with the values of an eye-for-an-eye or smiting Philistines than they are with the Sermon on the Mount.”[1]

Giraldi should have read Will Durant’s account of Judaizing movements, in which he declared that whenever a party began judaizing, “the Old Testament overshadowed the New.”[2] Giraldi also should have read Heinrich Graetz’s assessment on Judaizing movements. Graetz, the father of modern Jewish historiography, noted that

“Whenever a party in Christendom opposes itself to the ruling church, it assumes a tinge of the Old Testament, not to say Jewish spirit.” Later, Protestant scholars themselves implicitly admitted that this was the case. For example, Protestant historian Donald M. Lewis points out that

The evangelicals’ sense of Britishness was being redefined with Philo-Semitism and Christian Zionism being added as the new layers of British identity. Britain as ‘Protestant Israel’ was to protect and defend ‘Israel according to the flesh’ from its ancient persecuting enemy, Roman Catholicism.

“This novel emphasis upon evangelical connectedness to ‘God’s ancient people’ was thus an idea whose time had come in that it vindicated evangelical claims to be authentic ‘apostolic Christianity….both Philo-Semitism and Christian Zionism became key aspects of the identity construction of British evangelicalism by the 1830s.”[3]

We have argued in the past that Christian Zionism is another subversive movement that has nothing to do with the tenets of Christianity but has everything to do with Jewish revolutionary ideology. It was inevitable that Britain and America began to protect Israel, no matter what the moral and political cost. As Lewis would later recount,

“Britain as ‘Protestant Israel’ was to protect and defend ‘Israel according to the flesh’ from the ancient persecuting enemy, Roman Catholicism.”[4]

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After centuries of protecting “Israel according to the flesh,” the same “Israel according to the flesh” became the Golem, the Jewish anthropomorphic being that cannot be restrained by any strict rationality and moral reasoning. In the process, everyone seemed to be getting screwed, but most particularly the Palestinians.

As Jewish writer John B. Judis of the New Republic and the American Prospect put it in his study Genesis: Truman, American Jews, and the Origins of the Arab/Israeli Conflict, the Zionists “conspired to screw the Arabs out of a country that by the prevailing standards of self-determination would have been theirs.”[5] In the process,

“the Zionists who came to Palestine to establish a state trampled on the rights of the Arabs who already lived there. That wrong has never been adequately addressed, or redressed, and for there to be of any kind between the Israelis and Arabs, it must be.

“Zionists in Europe, Palestine, and the United States, with the notable exception of Ahad Ha’am and his protégés, refused to acknowledge that any wrong occurred. They advanced one rationalization after another—from the imperial-era argument that they were bringing civilization to savages to the later argument that while the Jews had nowhere but Palestine to go, Palestine’s Arabs could comfortably live in any Arab country without sacrificing their right to self-determination.

“These arguments were put forth by European Socialists and by the foremost American liberals and moralists. The violent and sometimes senseless reactions by the Palestinian Arabs and the neighboring Arab states to the original wrong inflicted upon Palestine’s Arabs lent credibility to the Zionist rationalizations.

“After Israel’s founding, its supporters continued to grasp at any contention that would counter the idea that the Zionists owed Palestine’s Arabs anything.”[6]

Judis’ defense of the liquidation of the Palestinians is quite interesting. He writes:

“Israel’s Jews had gained a world of their own but at the expense of other people. History, of course, often works that way. And if the people who are vanquished disappear or are relatively weak and few in number, the victors can eventually lay aside the memory of what they have done. Few Georgians today remember or regret having driven the peaceful Cherokee Indians off their lands.”[7]

But Judis has made a few points that the Zionists themselves yet have to address.

“Israelis and their supporters spent decades trying to explain away the dark side of their conquest of Palestine. They claimed they were victims and the Palestinian Arabs aggressors. They linked the mufti and his successors to Hitler and the Nazis.

“They insisted that there were no such things as Palestinians—a claim that Jordan’s rulers were eager to reaffirm. But the Palestinian people have not gone away and have grown in number, and are a living reminder that what was a triumph for Zionism in 1948 has been an enduring catastrophe for them.”[8]

Once again, Christian Zionism is a movement that is totally outside of the tenets of Christianity. For example, listen to the good reverend John Hagee. He writes that Jesus “studied the Mishnah, the written record of oral Jewish traditions, at the age of ten and was bar mitzvahed at age thirteen in the temple. After fifteen, he studied the Talmud, the rabbinic commentaries on the law.”[9]

The only way that Hagee could get away with this historical nonsense is because his Zionist worldview does not allow him to see the obvious. The Mishnah was not written down until centuries after the death of Jesus, and the Talmud was codified centuries later.

To say that Jesus was schooled in the Mishnah is tantamount to saying that Thomas Jefferson read Bill Clinton’s My Life or George W. Bush’s Decision Points! Surely Hagee did not learn that from history, but apparently from rabbis, for America’s most popular rabbi, Shmuley Boteach, made a similar statement.

Hagee cut to the chase and put the issue quite bluntly, “the Jews did not reject Jesus as Messiah; it was Jesus who rejected the Jewish desire for him to be their Messiah.”[10] Hagee continued,

“The [Jewish] people wanted Him to be their Messiah, but He absolutely refused. The Jews were not rejecting Jesus as Messiah, it was Jesus who was refusing to be the Messiah to the Jews!”[11]

That’s bad enough. But again this is typical of Christian Zionism. They are not able to construct a coherent argument because they are operating under a system that wasn’t formed on the basis of logic, reason, and serious historical scholarship. Once a system metaphysically and categorically rejects logic, reason, and historical documentation, that system will eventually embrace Satanism, in one way or another.

All one needs to do is pay close attention to some of the most outlandish statements Rich Swier has been perpetuating over the past two weeks. Despite my two articles addressing the historical inconsistencies in his views, Swier continues to be as unresponsive as a raging bull, refusing to engage with any substantial arguments presented to him. Conversing with him feels as fruitless as speaking to an ATM machine. To provide further context, I believe it’s pertinent to publish the latest and, possibly, the last conversation I had with him.

Swier: I welcome anyone to subject my columns to scientific evaluation.

Alexis: Rich Swier is simply a joke. Hearing him say that he “welcomes anyone to subject my columns to scientific evaluation” is just another lie. I specifically have devoted at least two articles talking about Rich’s complete balderdash, producing one documentation after another. He didn’t even make any attempt to respond to a single major point. Now he is telling us that he is open to subjecting his columns to “scientific evaluation.”

Here’s something for you to consider: Who is bringing migrants to much of the Western world? The Chinese? The North Koreans? Let’s hear from ideologue Barbara Lerner Spectre herself:

“I think there is a resurgence of anti-Semitism because at this point in time Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural. And I think we are going to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the centre of that. It’s a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode and Jews will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role and without that transformation, Europe will not survive.”

Swier: It seems you have forgotten common courtesy when addressing others. To use pejoratives is beneath your position on VT.

I do not lie nor do I tell jokes.

What historical or scientific evidence do you have to dispute what I have written?

Here are some links to other articles on my eMagazine for your review and comment.

Berkeley Professor: Hamas and Hezbollah Are ‘Progressive’ and Part of ‘Global Left’

Berkeley Professor: Hamas and Hezbollah Are ‘Progressive’ and Part of ‘Global Left’

The Key to Peace In the Middle East Rests With The Iranian People

The Key to Peace In the Middle East Rests With The Iranian People

Retired Army General: Hamas Has Violated ‘Every Law of Land Warfare That There Is’

Retired Army General: Hamas Has Violated ‘Every Law of Land Warfare That There Is’

Please analyze these columns and tell me what you think.

Alexis: It’s ironic that you are talking about “common courtesy when addressing others.” It seems you have forgotten that it was you who quickly wrote a comment in an article I wrote and said without a single evidence that it was “bullshit.” It seems that a statement like “Rich Swier lies” gets under your skin.

In any event, it sounds very interesting when you said, “I do not lie nor do I tell jokes.” Seriously? And you say you are a Christian? You are shaming decent Catholics by perpetuating things like that. We did watch the interaction you had with Kevin Barrett, during which you relentlessly declared that Hamas was in the business of killing babies—completely crazy statements that only a person who has a wicked ideology would believe.

Furthermore, it also sounds like you never read carefully the two articles that I wrote about your relentless quest for perpetuating lies and deceptions. Go back to the articles and see what I said. This was one reason why I wanted a scholarly dialogue, not some kind of personal experiences you may have had during your time serving in the military. I really thought it was sophomoric of you to ask Kevin Barrett over and over, “Have you been to Israel? Have you served in the military”? Again, what does that have to do with historical documentation? What if someone serves in the military for more than 40 years and comes to the opposite conclusion?

This is simple logic that requires only an elementary education. And it is so sad that a person with a Ph.D. is relentlessly asking questions like this, despite the fact that it has been pointed out to you numerous times that it is silly. And it really is below the belt to say that “what historical or scientific evidence…”

If you are talking about Israel, I have already pointed out all the scholarly and historical sources, and you have fled from them and refused to deal with them.

Now, getting back to your so-called “immigration.” I just sent you a quote from Specter. Did you deal with them? Did you respond to what she said? No. You are really shaming the very institutions where you got your Ph.D.

If you are serious about this, then start doing historical and scholarly research. I have already pointed out some scholarly sources to you. Here is one additional source you can wrestle with, and it is written by two Jewish scholars: Jewish Terrorism in Israel (Columbia University Press, 2009). When you are done reading it, then let’s talk, because if you think Hamas is perpetuating terrorism and Israel is not, then I challenge you to pick up that book. Until then, stop talking about the wicked idea that Israel is essentially fighting terrorism.

Swier: I stand by my bullshit comment on the so-called evidence that you wrote about it your article.

The information was wrong and the sources were flawed.

I’ve never personally attacked you or called you a name.

You are wrong and you just don’t see it. You’re justifying an ideology that’s focused on ethnic cleansing Islam and its terrorist ideology, propaganda and organizations, e.g. Hamas.

My lifetime experiences are what drive my understanding of the hate of the Red/Green/Rainbow Alliance. They create myths like Islam is peaceful and it’s the infidels who are at fault for all of their problems and their failures.

Just like the communists who have slaughtered millions of innocents so does Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood et. al.

Just like the sodomites who are grooming underaged children for sex, so too are they grooming you to spread their myths.

I ask you again, have you ever been to Israel and have you ever served your country?

If you haven’t then you know nothing except what the propagandists have fed you.

I expose the uncontested absurdities that you actually believe in.


In my articles discussing Swier’s views, I have specifically addressed the issue of why questions like ‘Have you ever been to Israel?’ are entirely irrelevant to the historical debate. However, Swier continues to bring up these questions as if he’s an ATM machine. In his debate with Kevin Barrett, which I’m sharing at the end of this article, he again raises the same issue.

What’s intriguing is that when Barrett asked him about the USS Liberty, Swier’s response was quite shocking: ‘Is that the one that was captured by the North Koreans?’ This is particularly perplexing considering Swier’s years of military experience, and it raises questions about his knowledge of historical accounts. This is why we can no longer help this man.

[1] Philip Giraldi, “Old Testament Armed Forces,” American Conservative, February 12, 2014.

[2] Will Durant, The Story of Civilization: The Reformation (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1957), 372.

[3] Donald M. Lewis, The Origins of Christian Zionism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 103.

[4] Donald M. Lewis, The Origins of Christian Zionism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010),103.

[5] John B. Judis, Genesis: Truman, American Jews, and the Origins of the Arab/Israeli Conflict (New York: Straus and Giroux, 2014), 251.

[6] Ibid., 351-352.

[7] Ibid., 350.

[8] Ibid.

[9] John Hagee, In Defense of Israel (Lake Mary, FL: Strang Company, 2007), 100.

[10] Ibid., 144-145.

[11] John Hagee, Should Christians Support Israel (San Antonio: Dominion Publishers, 1987), 67-68.


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