Happy Transgender Day – Forget Easter

When Biden won the White House, they were cheering that they would change America into their vision of la la land – Californization of the entire country. That is what I mean; the people who are really running the show in the White House HATE America! They hate religion, our culture, and everything about what made America – America. They are trying to desperately destroy everything about the United States that once made our country great and the beacon of liberty around the world. LIBERTY is old fashioned – they are now autocratic dictators that we MUST live by what they decree or else!

Martin Armstrong

Sadly, few churches and pastors will even comment on this…

Read the whole article.

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Much, Much More Than Trump

Robert Gore has a really good take on both sides if Trump Derangement Syndrome.

There has been one inevitability in presidential politics since 1913. No matter what the winning candidate promised, the government has gotten bigger and more powerful, and the liberties of the American people have shrunk, to the point where they’re now undetectable. It would take a president of the strongest moral fiber, ideological commitment, and unyielding integrity to do more than rhetorical battle with the monstrosity. That president is not Trump.

Robert Gore

Read the whole article over at The Burning Platform.

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He is Risen

[Luk 21:12-19 NKJV] “But before all these things, they will lay their hands on you and persecute [you], delivering [you] up to the synagogues and prisons. You will be brought before kings and rulers for My name’s sake. “But it will turn out for you as an occasion for testimony. “Therefore settle [it] in your hearts not to meditate beforehand on what you will answer; “for I will give you a mouth and wisdom which all your adversaries will not be able to contradict or resist. “You will be betrayed even by parents and brothers, relatives and friends; and they will put [some] of you to death. “And you will be hated by all for My name’s sake. “But not a hair of your head shall be lost. “By your patience possess your souls.

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What’s Really Going on in Haiti?

From Doug Casey’s International Man Newsletter.

International Man: After Haiti’s president was assassinated in 2021, Ariel Henry—a US ally—began serving as the acting head of the country even though there was no election.

Recently, Henry flew to Africa to ask the Kenyan government to send soldiers to help fight the armed groups increasingly taking control in Haiti.

Before he could return, the armed groups took control of most of the country, and Henry recently resigned.

What’s your take on the situation?

Doug Casey: Chaos is par for the course in Haiti. I’ve been there a half-dozen times since 1970 and have come to realize that you have to put the current chaos in the context of Haiti’s history, which is basically one disaster and tragedy after another. Let me give you a brief rundown, starting with its independence after the French Revolution.

The eviction of the French, starting in 1791, resulted in their first real bloodbath after the slaves overthrew their masters. The place was a slave colony from the very beginning and one of the richest places in the hemisphere due to sugar production. The French lost 50,000 soldiers trying to regain control of the island, killing about 350,000 Haitians. Napoleon decided to cut his losses and write the place off. Haiti was off to a bad start.

Incidentally, it was the only slave revolt in all of history that resulted in an independent country. But Haiti has always had bad habits as a result of its history.

After independence, the next ruler, JJ Desallines, massacred about 5,000 remaining whites in 1805. Subsequent rulers styled themselves as kings or emperors for the rest of the 19th century, occupying themselves with wars with the Spanish speakers in what became the Dominican Republic on the eastern side of the island.

In 1824, about the same time Liberia was founded as an alternative colony for blacks, 6,000 US slaves were exported to Haiti. But most of them thought it was just too brutal and returned to slavery or poverty in the US.

After a horrible century, Haiti had a 20-year respite when it was occupied by US Marines from 1915 to 1934. It was a time of some order and development, although several thousand Haitians who resented the white occupiers were killed.

As soon as the Marines left, the Trujillo regime in the Dominican Republic massacred about 30,000 Haitians living there. It was apparently quite grisly; Haitians were hacked with machetes and driven into the sea to be eaten by sharks. Dominicans and Haitians maintain poor relations to this day.

Then came the election of Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier in 1957. Duvalier used his credentials as a voodoo houngan to his advantage. Fear and psychological warfare, combined with the threat of violence, kept a lid on the pressure cooker during his exotic reign.

Haiti’s history has been one of almost unremitting bloodshed, poverty, disasters, and oppression. But a country’s history is different from day-to-day life. Especially for the relatively few members of the middle and upper classes, I’d say it was pleasant enough…

International Man: Doug, having spent time there, you are familiar with Haiti in a way most people aren’t.

What’s really going on?

Doug Casey: I first went there in 1970, when Papa Doc was still alive. I can tell you that it was very safe in those days, at least for a foreigner. You could walk anywhere in Port-au-Prince late at night with money hanging out of your pockets, and nobody would touch you.

Now, there were two reasons for that. Number one, at that time, Haiti was socially pretty stable; the population was only a third of what it is today. There were numerous light manufacturing enterprises set up by foreigners to take advantage of the cheap labor. Reason number two was that Duvalier had a praetorian guard, a secret police, called the Tonton Macoute. They always sported dark sunglasses.

It was well known that if anybody harmed a tourist, they’d severely regret it before their body was discovered the next day. Haiti was dirt cheap. You could get a nice hotel room in downtown Port-au-Prince, with breakfast and dinner included, for $10 a day. Some of the hotels were very nice indeed, like the Olufsen. One night, I met Barry Goldwater, who was having dinner at the next table.

In fact, it was looking so good for a while that a hotel called the Habitation Leclerc was built with exceptional rooms and private pools for each of the rooms. Now, it’s just an overgrown ruin filled with vagrants.

I drove across the island to Cap Haitien. The roads were unbelievably bad, but on the bright side, there were no other cars in either direction. On the way, I passed an abandoned city called Duvalierville, where Papa Doc was going to make a new capital. This is something Third World countries can’t resist. They love the idea of building new capitals. Haiti’s effort was a ruin, a testimony to the country’s economy.

Haiti used to be a really nice place for a while, even as it degenerated into an archetypical shithole. In fact, it was so pleasant that I was thinking of moving there and starting a diving business. But that was then. This is now and now is very, very different. So different that the State Department’s usually worthless travel advisories should be taken seriously. On my last visit we had to hire two armed guards when going out.

International Man: The mainstream media is filled with coverage of the cannibalistic gangs that have taken over the country—including calls for the US government to “do something.”

Others have said claims of cannibalism are CIA propaganda aimed at delegitimizing those who overthrew a US puppet and paving the way for some kind of foreign intervention. In a recent statement, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that a “transitional council” is underway to appoint a new interim government in Haiti.

What is the US government really up to in Haiti? Why do they have a history of meddling in this impoverished country?

Doug Casey: Cannibalism? Maybe it’s true since food is hard to come by. Or maybe it’s just a rumor to make a statement, like the human heads Mexican gangs used to post along highways. In any event, it’s a mystery to me why anybody cares about Haiti. The country produces absolutely nothing now—except rum—and I’m absolutely shocked that the Barbancourt Rum company has somehow managed to stay in existence.

One time, I met an American who managed the factory that made all the major league baseballs. He was just getting completely fed up with the place. Constant shakedowns from the government made him crazy; having to deal with local bureaucrats overcame the advantages of cheap labor. They moved baseball manufacturing out of the country. You’d only do that as a last resort. They couldn’t make that business work because it was just too crazy—and that was way before the current mass violence.

Haiti used to grow coffee and sugar, but it became uneconomic. Hand labor with no machines just doesn’t pay. Mining might have worked, but who would make a long-term capital-intensive investment in a chaotic country with questionable property rights? Lots of Haitians produce art, and some of it’s very good—but all the good artists have left Haiti. Cruise ships used to go there, but you don’t bring cruise ships to violent shitholes, forget about war zones.

So what is the future—if any– for this country? Why does the US have any interest in it?

Haiti has nothing but subsistence agriculture—and not much of that because of theft. They don’t grow anything, they don’t make anything, and they don’t export anything. It’s hard to see how they even subsist.

Their main export is people because anybody who can possibly get out tries to get out. Remittances from Haitians living abroad and foreign aid are the only sources of income. Tourism is totally dead for the foreseeable future. Even ships with relief aid wind up trapped in the harbor while their food cargoes rot from the heat. FWIW, no commercial flights are coming or going from Haiti—zero.

International Man: In the US, Florida senators have asked President Biden to create a plan for dealing with the influx of Haitian migrants that will surely come into the country amid the chaos.

What do you think about this?

Doug Casey: Like I said, the main income of the country is dollars sent by expats to relatives. And foreign aid, most of which disappears down sundry ratholes. There are probably about 12 million people living in Haiti, but well over a million more are now living in the US.

Some of the islands in The Bahamas have been completely taken over by Haitians because it’s easier to get to than the US. Haiti will probably become the 53rd US state after Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico. Soon to be joined by the Ukraine, then by Israel. Then maybe Gaza will become the 56th US state.

The problem is that Haiti has been ruled by criminals and criminal gangs from Day One. Except now the government, long the most powerful criminal gang, barely exists. Other criminal gangs have taken over the place.

The situation can’t be solved easily. Sending in foreign troops, even black ones from Kenya, is a nonstarter. On the bright side, it’s hard to imagine anything happening that’s much worse than the 2010 earthquake when something like 250,000 people died. That’s so many people that it’s hard to imagine where they could even find places to bury them all.

Haiti has nothing except millions of penniless people.

International Man: Throughout Biden’s presidency, we’ve seen an embarrassing retreat from Afghanistan, a failing war in Ukraine, the overthrow of numerous US allies in Africa, and now this situation in Haiti.

Is this yet another example of a failed foreign policy and the declining influence of the US empire around the world? What are the implications?

Doug Casey: Yes. The Bidenistas are so incompetent that it makes me think Washington will look like Duvalierville if they’re reinstalled in November. A failed foreign policy is one of the many signs of a declining US.

One thing is for sure: What happens in Haiti should have absolutely nothing to do with the US because none of it’s good. Perhaps Las Vegas’s slogan, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” can be restated as “What happens in Haiti, stays in Haiti.” More likely, though, it will be “Coming to a location near you!”

If property rights in the US were properly enforced, you wouldn’t have the mass migration of penniless people. They’re not just escaping the problems of their home countries. They’re being actively induced to come to the US for free housing, free money, free cell phones, and free medical care. Today’s immigrants are different from those of the 19th century; they may have been penniless, but they had to make their own way and provide for themselves.

The US is becoming the world’s dumping ground of criminal classes from all around the world. I heard an anecdote the other day from someone from Caracas. He said you don’t have to worry about someone stealing your iPhone anymore because all the thieves have left for richer pickings in the US.

So yes, it’s all about failed policies—bankrupt moral philosophies, and raw stupidity, with a flavoring of bad intentions. Haiti’s problems should stay in Haiti; they should solve their own problems. Instead, Haiti’s problems are being exported to the US.

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Capitalism has Failed?

by Jeff Thompson from Doug Casey’s International Man Newsletter

Today, more than at any time previously, Westerners are justifying a move toward collectivist thinking with the phrase, “Capitalism has failed.”

In response to this, conservative thinkers offer a knee-jerk reaction that collectivism has also had a dismal record of performance. Neither group tends to gain any ground with the other group, but over time, the West is moving inexorably in the collectivist direction.

As I see it, liberals are putting forward what appears on the surface to be a legitimate criticism, and conservatives are countering it with the apology that, yes, capitalism is failing, but collectivism is worse.

Unfortunately, what we’re seeing here is not classical logic, as Aristotle would have endorsed, but emotionalism that ignores the principles of logic.

If we’re to follow the rules of logical discussion, we begin with the statement that capitalism has failed and, instead of treating it as a given, we examine whether the statement is correct. Only if it proves correct can we build further suppositions upon it.

Whenever I’m confronted with this now oft-stated comment, my first question to the person offering it is, “Have you ever lived in a capitalist country?” That is, “Have you ever lived in a country in which, during your lifetime, a free-market system dominated?”

Most people seem initially confused by this question, as they’re residents of either a European country or a North American country and operate under the assumption that the system in which they live is a capitalist one.

So, let’s examine that assumption.

A capitalist, or “free market,” system is one in which the prices of goods and services are determined by consumers and the open market, in which the laws and forces of supply and demand are free from any intervention by a government, price-setting monopoly, or other authority.

Today, none of the major (larger) countries in what was once referred to as the “free world” bear any resemblance to this definition. Each of these countries is rife with laws, regulations, and a plethora of regulatory bodies whose very purpose is to restrict the freedom of voluntary commerce. Every year, more laws are passed to restrict free enterprise even more.

Equally as bad is the fact that, in these same countries, large corporations have become so powerful that, by contributing equally to the campaigns of each major political party, they’re able to demand rewards following the elections, that not only guarantee them funds from the public coffers, but protect them against any possible prosecution as a result of this form of bribery.

There’s a word for this form of governance, and it’s fascism.

Many people today, if asked to describe fascism, would refer to Mussolini, black boots, and tyranny. They would state with confidence that they, themselves, do not live under fascism. But, in fact, fascism is, by definition, a state in which joint rule by business and state exists. (Mussolini himself stated that fascism would better be called corporatism, for this reason.)

In recognizing the traditional definition of fascism, there can be no doubt that fascism is the driving force behind the economies of North America and Europe.

In addition, the concept of any government taking by force from some individuals the fruits of their labour and bestowing it upon others is by no means free-market. It is a socialist concept. And, in any country where roughly half of the population are the recipients of such largesse, that country has, unquestionably, settled deeply into a socialist condition.

However, this is by no means a new idea. As Socrates asked Adeimantus:

Do not their leaders deprive the rich of their estates and distribute them among the people; at the same time taking care to preserve the larger part for themselves?

So, which is it? Are we saying here that these countries are socialist or fascist?

Well, in truth, socialism, fascism, and, indeed, communism are all forms of collectivism. They all come under the same umbrella.

So, what we’re witnessing is liberals, rightfully criticising the evils of fascism, but failing to understand it for what it is—a form of collectivism. Conservatives, on the other hand, do their best to continue to operate under their countries’ socialist laws, regulations, and regulatory bodies, whist continuing to imagine that a remnant of capitalism remains.

And so we return to the question, “Have you ever lived in a country in which, during your lifetime, a free-market system dominated?”

Such countries do exist. It should be pointed out, however, that even they tend to move slowly toward collectivism over time. (After all, it’s in collectivism that they gain their power.) However, some countries are “newer,” just as the US was in the early nineteenth century and, like the US, the governments have not yet had enough time to sufficiently degrade the economies that have been entrusted to them.

In addition, some citizenries are feistier than others and/or are less easy to convince that, by allowing themselves to be dominated by their governments, they’ll actually be better off.

Whatever the reasons, there are most certainly countries that are far more free-market than the countries discussed above.

But, what does this tell us of the future? What can be done to turn these great powers back to a more free-market system? Well, the bad news is that that’s unlikely in the extreme. To be sure, we, from time to time, have inspired orators, such as Nigel Farage or Ron Paul, who remind us what we “should” do to put these countries back on track, so that they serve the people of the country, rather than its leaders. But, historically, such orators have never succeeded in reversing the trend one iota.

History tells us that political leaders, in their pursuit of collectivism, never reverse the trend. They instead ride it all the way to the bottom, then bail out, if they can.

However, it is ever true that, in some locations in the world, there have always been free-market societies. Over time, they deteriorate under the hands of their leaders and, as they do, others spring up.

The choice of the reader is to look upon the world as his oyster—to assess whether he is more or less content with the country he’s in and confident that it will continue to be a good place in which to live, work, invest, and prosper, or, if not, to consider diversifying, or even moving entirely, to a more rewarding, more capitalist jurisdiction.

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The US Government’s “Plan” for Social Security

Can it be called a plan when there is no plan? Let’s ask our treasury muppet, er, secretary, Janet Yellen.

When questioned about the future of Social Security by the Senate Finance Committee, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen admitted that Biden “doesn’t have a plan.” There could be no possible plan for an ongoing Ponzi scheme that will fail once the fund runs out of money.

Estimates believe Social Security will reach insolvency before 2034. “I don’t have that computation to offer you,” before saying, “The president doesn’t have a plan. He has principles.”

I’m sure they will figure it out. Martin Armstrong has been on a roll of late; full article here.

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I Need Another “Conspiracy Theory…”

They keep turning out to be true.

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Russia says US, Britain & Ukraine were behind the Terrorist Attack

The west is playing a very dangerous game. For some insane reason, probably as cover for their crimes which are numerous, the US, Britain et al. want to get the world into a huge war. The problem is, the west will lose; badly. Buckle up.

Russia has come out and bluntly stated that “The United States, Britain and Ukraine are behind the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall, the chief of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov has told the media.” As I have said, NOBODY who thinks even objectively ever thought for one half-a-second that this had anything to do with ISIS or any Islamic Terrorist attraction.

Martin Armstrong

Full article at The Burning Platform.

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On Preparing…Water

Peter over at Bayou Renaissance Man has a good article on how to prepare for a water outage.

Given that potable water is so essential (for drinking, cooking, and washing ourselves, our clothes and our cooking and eating utensils), we have to ensure we can get it when we need it.  If the electrical grid goes down, every water purification plant and sewage processing plant is going to go down within a day or two.  That means no more potable water out of our taps, so everyone is going to have to go get water from any available source. 

It’s worth the read and includes some links to other printable resources everyone should have.

Full article.

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Christ is King

This was too good not to share. The following is an email sent by Andrew Torba, CEO of Gab to all Gab users.

Christ Is King and I Don’t Care If That Makes Me Antisemitic 

In light of Candace Owens and The Daily Wire “ending their relationship” last week after the factual statements she made about Israel and Jews, I think it’s a good time to answer a serious question from a Biblical perspective that far too many American Christians get wrong: just who are God’s Chosen People?

Pastor Andrew Isker wrote an excellent piece on the subject a few weeks ago and I encourage you all to read it with eyes to see. American Christianity has been utterly devoid of the orthodox, historical, and Biblical perspective on this topic for far too long, but thankfully many Christians are waking up to the truth of the matter.

When people like Candace Owens speak these truths and stand their ground despite being “canceled” more people come to see this truth with their own eyes. I encourage you to pray for Candace and her family because her journey in fighting for the truth has only just begun. We must stand with her against these wicked and evil people. 

They will stop at nothing to silence and intimidate her, trust me I’ve lived it. The past few years have been very difficult for me. I’ve faced an onslaught of stalkers, doxxing, harassment, and credible threats of violence against my family because I dare to proclaim the truth of God’s Word on the internet in front of millions of people and provide a platform for millions of others to do the same thing. When the world is telling you that you cannot proclaim certain truths about God’s Word you have a duty and an obligation to share those truths even more. This is a requirement. You cannot pick and choose which parts of God’s Word you want to defend and believe in. It’s all or nothing. 

While these trials in my own life have certainly been challenging they have been worth it. More and more people are waking up to the reality of who is really running this country into the ground. The truth of this reality cannot be contained by any amount of censorship. Candace is very brave for speaking about these things from her very large platform and we must stand with her amidst these attacks. She could have kept her mouth shut, kept her head down low, and ignored the patterns of behavior and truth that is there plainly to see, but she didn’t. Far too many “influencers” take the money and keep their mouths shut. Candace did what Christians are commanded to do: speak the truth boldly. 

I don’t think many of you realize what time it is. In the past few months alone both South Dakota and Georgia governors signed bills codifying the IHRA definition of antisemitism into state law. This definition includes claims of Jews killing Jesus being “antisemitism.” Guess what that means, Christian? You can no longer share Bible verses such as Matthew 27:24-25, 1 Thessalonians 2:14-15, and many others which clearly and unequivocally state that the Jews killed Jesus Christ. The Stone Choir Podcast recently released an incredible episode on this subject. If you only listen to one podcast this year I highly encourage you to let it be this episode. You should also share it with your Pastor or Priest. 

Let’s also not forget Rabbi Ron DeSantis and his recent flight to Israel to sign similar anti-1A legislation for the state of Florida making it illegal to pass out flyers in the street that Jews find offensive. Flyers that happen to contain some of these very Bible verses that I mentioned above as well as other factual and verifiable information on them. 

“Communist China” isn’t doing this. “The radical left” isn’t doing this.

Red state governors are doing it at the behest of their Jewish donors and Zionist “Christians” are standing by and letting it happen.  

Christ is King

For several years now I’ve ended all of my emails and blog posts with the phrase “Jesus Christ is King.” Asserting the Kingship of King Jesus makes His enemies tremble. Simply invoking His name in conversation will make them cower in fear. There is power in His name and there is supreme authority in asserting His Kingship, which is precisely why these demons are trying to prevent you from saying “Christ is King” by calling it “antisemitic.” 

Shortly after Candace Owens started proclaiming “Christ is King” in front of her millions of followers many Christ-hating Jewish leaders started attacking her character on X. This is a common occurrence when prominent figures in conservative circles proclaim the name of Christ in conversation and it’s why unfortunately many Christians in conservative media circles rarely bring up their faith or talk about Jesus at all. 

Candace fired back at these despicable rabbis with factual and verifiable information about the state of Israel and the nature of political and social influence that Jews have in our country. Candace’s Jewish boss Ben Shapiro didn’t like this one bit and so now she no longer works at the Daily Wire. 

Following her departure a familiar narrative broke out from Conservative Inc circles. The claim that saying “Christ is King” is “antisemitic” when it is said to an unbelieving Jew. New “sins” are being fabricated from thin air not by the Christless pagans on the left, but by those who claim to be Christians on the conservative right. Andrew Klaven, an ethnically Jewish convert to Christianity who also works for the Daily Wire, did a segment on this controversy following Candace’s departure and made this claim. 

His segment is so bad on so many levels. It hurts my heart that many sincere Christians will listen to this man and take what he says here seriously, but make no mistake this is straight from the pit of hell. Like many others Klaven says that those who proclaim Christ’s Kingship are antisemitic. This entire segment is about him elevating his Jewish ethnic identity above his identity in Christ. He is not concerned that the Kingship of his Savior is being attacked, he is instead concerned that his ethnic tribe is being offended by that Kingship.

He is in error and should be rebuked. 

Klaven then continues to bear false witness against fellow believers in the segment by claiming that those of us who proclaim that Christ is King also believe that God has abandoned the His Chosen People and that He has broken His promises.

Nothing could be further from the truth. 

None of us believe God has abandoned His Chosen People. First of all the Bible is very clear: God’s Chosen People are Christians, not unbelieving Christ-rejecting Jews (1 Peter 2:9.) God did not abandon the Jews, they abandoned Him when they killed and rejected His Son Jesus Christ. (1 Thessalonians 2:14-15)

None of us believe God has broken His promises. All of His promises were fulfilled in Christ. (2 Corinthians 1:20) There are no special side promises to unbelieving Christ-hating Jews. They missed the boat 2,000 years ago. The good news is they can still get back on the boat if they repent and accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. This is Christianity 101. Stating these facts isn’t “antisemitic” and even if it was it wouldn’t matter: Christians are required to affirm these facts because this is plainly what the Word of God says. When you deny the Word of God to appease the feelings of a Christ-rejecting Jew you are sitting at a table that Jesus flipped over and denying Christ Himself. 

The very worst part of Klaven’s segment on this topic is when he tells us about his “friend” Ben Shapiro. He claims that if Ben were to embrace Jesus Christ it would cause “devastation” for his life. He would be worse off. Klaven apparently believes God wants Ben to continue to reject His Son. With friends like this who needs enemies? This is madness. As Christians our heart longs for the salvation of our unsaved friends and family. My own heart longs for Ben Shapiro to repent and accept Jesus Christ as His Lord and Savior. It’s unthinkable that Klaven would say this as a Christian. 

So Who Are God’s Chosen People? 

Those who are in Christ, regardless of ethnicity, are part of Abraham’s seed. Those who deny the son, regardless of ethnicity, do not have the Father. Galatians 3:29, 1 John 2:23

Romans 9:6-7 states “For they are not all Israel, which are of Israel. Neither, because they are the seed of Abraham, are they all children.” 

In Romans 11, Paul uses the metaphor of an olive tree. The natural branches (Jews) were *broken off* because of unbelief, and wild branches (Gentiles) were grafted in. Yet there’s hope that the natural branches can be grafted back in ONLY if they accept Jesus Christ—who is the root. (Revelation 22:16)

The Old Covenant was completely fulfilled and rendered *obsolete* with the destruction of the Temple in AD 70, as indicated in Hebrews 8:13. This marks a transition to the New Covenant, which is open to all through faith in Jesus Christ

No one who rejects Jesus Christ has any covenant with God simply because of their ethnic background. “God’s Chosen People” initially referred to the Israelites but has now been expanded to include all who believe in Jesus Christ, irrespective of ethnic background. This is based on passages like Galatians 3:28-29, which emphasize unity in Christ regardless of ethnic distinctions. What are God’s people chosen for? The answer in both the new and old covenants is simple: Jesus Christ. You can’t reject Him and be part of God’s Chosen People. Period. 

If unbelieving Jews aren’t God’s Chosen People then what are they? 

“Who is the liar? It is whoever denies that Jesus is the Christ. Such a person is the antichrist—denying the Father and the Son” (1 John 2:22). This verse highlights that at the heart of being antichrist is the denial of the core Christian belief in Jesus as the Christ and the Son of God. 

The concept also extends beyond individuals to what John calls the “spirit of the antichrist,” which was already at work in the world during his time (1 John 4:3). This refers to a broader movement or attitude that opposes or seeks to replace Christ, which is exactly what modern Jews wish to do today—thus making them antichrist. 

So when they call you “antisemitic” you need to be calling them antichrist, because they are. One of those words is in the Bible, the other is made up by antichrist Jews. If that offends you, take it up with God.

Make no mistake about it: the demons attacking the Kingship of Christ during Holy Week is no coincidence, but rest assured brothers and sisters: the gates of hell will not prevail.

Christ is King, and I don’t care if that makes me antisemitic.

Deal with it. 

Andrew Torba
CEO, Gab.com
Jesus Christ is King

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