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A Matter of Perspectives - Not All Mysteries Easily Explained

Reader comment on item: Explaining Israel's Timid Security Establishment
in response to reader comment: would you build a home in a wasp nest?

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 2, 2020 at 23:32

A worldwide phenomenon is being unveiled that will eventually, when all corners of the earth will have experienced that, which up until now only certain populations have had to endure: does the fear of the pandemic replace the fear of total annihilation at the hands of sociopathic behaviors of a soulless/lawless authoritarian governmental entity? Who will be able to withstand and defend (like the mentioned defense force) against that for which there is no longer a defense against. Who will have that force of will?
If there are any now living who could attest to being left undefended in the face of unspeakable evil, the remaining witnesses and children of the witnesses of the decimated international group of Jewish survivors are present and are experiencing that same international loss of legitimacy for survival, even as other ethnicities are being eradicated in the region of the Middle East. Where are the defenders of truth?
Yet, the children of Israel, while in the midst of the fight for their very existence, appear to be cast aside after the diminished capacity of American support flags while America herself is being castigated for even thinking to support Israel, have a hope; one that in the mystery of Israel's being caught in the middle of potentially numerous disasters, can still be seen. And America is not the source of that hope; an actor in bringing about some results of hope, but not the source. The wasps are definitely there, along with the locusts and other predicted phenomena, but eventually Israel is allowed to remain; all other contenders should have stayed where they belonged, and those survivors, if any, will be ashamed and will be wishing they did stay home. Of such are the mysteries facing Israel.


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