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Missing the Reason Why America Under President Trump is Hated

Reader comment on item: Interview: A Post-Election Reckoning

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 12, 2020 at 10:43

Do not yet get too comfortable with the future of American politics, especially if one thinks it was legitimately transitioned away from the policies and achievements of freedom and liberties once guaranteed by President Trump; the so called democratic socialists will see to it these things are stolen as well if the compromised justice system is allowed to rule without proper adjudication or integrity.
This interview presumes much. It is as if the political system in America is being prepared for a brain transplant, since the heart for America is already an artificial one, that the Adversary has successfully hardened any sensibility to what is being thrown away and this interview is premature in its sentiments.
It's too bad really; but let's analyze this; do not be fully unaware of the true results. This is a forum for Middle East Studies, correct? America's downfall is prescient; the American embassy was moved to Jerusalem by the same power that reinvigorated the Jewish Nation (Isaiah 66:8). America's compromise is going to give an evil thought to some: just watch Abbas and Erdo─čan followed by Putin and Xi; likely in that order.
So, what happens to Israel now? The Hebrew Holy Writ has already told what is next-it is a done deal; it will take a thousand lifetimes to understand what Yeshua said two thousand years ago and no one is respecting His WORD now, two thousand years later. Go figure. Golgotha is still there, so is the Temple Mount: why? Why does the EU community care about the UN naming Mt Moriah in Islamic glee: is it not theirs?
Who can answer that question? Who survives if they cannot?


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