Friday, November 17, 2006

Is "God with Us" Against Us?

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

The Jewish book of Isaiah 7:14 states:

"Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel."

The New Testament changed the Messiah's name from Emanuel to Jesus, and I think we now know why. Matthew 1:21 states:

"And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins."

The word "Emanuel" means "God with us", and the word "Jesus" means "Jew". "Judas" as in "Judas Iscariot", bears the identical name in the original script as "Jesus" "the Nazarene", in both instances signifying "Jew". The New Testament can be interpreted allegorically to mean that the Jews are the divine presence on Earth, and that the divine is both good and evil. Indeed, the Frankist Jews have so interpreted it. The Frankist Jews took from this New Testament allegory the lesson that Jews betraying Jews is the surest way to provoke God to destroy the world and send the Messiah, which is in their minds a very good thing. They hope their Messiah will exterminate all non-Jews. These Jews' beliefs are based on the Talmud in the Jewish book of Sanhedrin folio 97a and the Hebrew Bible in the Jewish book of Job, chapter 12, and in the Jewish book of Isaiah 45:7; and 59:15-16. Jewish dualism carries over into politics.

We have Jews, who are openly and unquestionably loyal to our foremost enemy, the "Jewish State" of Israel, dominating the American political process. These Jews regulate who and who will not succeed as politicians in America. Is that a good thing? Would it not be easy and wise to take back control over our nation from them, if only we could convince our fellow citizens, who are loyal to the United States of America and only to the United States of America, to take the situation seriously and the country back from our enemies?