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America's History of Broken Mirrors Does Not Alter Israel's Future

Reader comment on item: Reservations about the Trump Peace Plan
in response to reader comment: Plan is a reflection of Trump's narcissism

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 3, 2020 at 13:59

It took a while to let the cynicism of this narrative of a cynical observation of perceived narcissism sink in and wonder why such an observation could actually be relevant. It actually goes back to this observer's long held characterization that too few, and now fewer yet, people have not understood the political syndrome that is President Trump. For all of the good so many think America has been responsible for in making wreckage of the rest of the world's carnage of empires and international penchant of colonial ambitions gone bad, America is now in the throes of her greatest challenges and the current occupant of the White House is postured to make one of the more significant entries in the history books; and too few are willing to recognize just how good or bad this can turn out to be.
Just so this is fully understood, America's place in the future of history is not assured. Whether this is the result of current conditions, or those of the altered mindset of President Trump's phalanx of enemies, like those who attempted to eject him from office and so mightily failed, the plan that is in place shows that if he does not get the nod to continue his own form of transformation and not that of his predecessor, America will have had her last chance of greatness since all current opponents of his office are indebted to the process of subjugating the American people to secularistic slavery. That is what taxation is all about (Fed Reserve Act of 1913) and they can barely wait to get at the remaining taxpayer largesse and deplete it completely.
If that does happen, then the legacy is that Israel has been freed from any earthly attachment in order to achieve the final promises of her Eternal Sovereign and prepare for her own place in the future, guaranteed by none other than that same Eternal Sovereign: baruch Hashem Adonai.

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