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Religious Right In America Should Take Notice of Israel's Religious Right in Wresting Control Back From the Brink of Secularistic Apathy

Reader comment on item: Will Americans Learn What Israelis Already Know?
in response to reader comment: Divisiveness Now Seen in American 46th Administration Chief Executive's Demeanor to the Republic Threatens Democracy; Even Israel's

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 7, 2022 at 16:07

Are modern governments fair?
Governance from a humanistic perspective is now become a battle for the sake of power uber alles anymore as it is seen that rebellion in spite of collateral damage remains on the horizon and the rhetoric of calmly coming to terms is being shouted down. America, in a day after this is written, will be thrust against itself is a diatribe of political turmoil between a convervative (so-called) mindset and the progressive elitist operatives of a darkened social collaborative in which America's once cherished freedoms are exponged in favor of the hyper financial exploits of those tearing away the protections of the economies of the middle class through imposition of out of control borrowing of tax revenues and fueling inflation as they did to the weimar stae of Germany. If one thinks that America can survive a religious right imposition against those types of influences, then a better reading the Scriptures is suggested.
As to Israel's emergence to the religious right is encountered, a differing perspective is suggested, one that will eventually bring the Temple Mount into contention; and civil war. Israel's political problems will not be called into contentions of the PM's accountability to serve, but of the secularistice tendencies to quell the fight over whether renewed religious affirmations will be allowed over the extreme prejudices of Quranically induced hostilties in which the Temple Mount's times of the Gentiles will be commenced.
The democracy of Israel does appear to to be theocratically motivated to the point only one resolution will be acceptable, the shed blood of one individual occurring over two thousand years ago: who was that again?


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