Friday, October 30, 2009

Christian Zionists

Rapture Ready: The Unauthorized Christians United for Israel Tour from huffpost on Vimeo.
It might be that the Jewish Zionists actually understand the Christian Zionists, that they know that these slightly mad and extremely delusional dispensationalists are going to offer only 144,000 Jews salvation when the end days come and that only if they recognise the "holy hippy" as the big man in the sky's son and only if they destroy evey mosque from the mediterranean to the Euphrates. Yes, maybe they actually know what these people are about but, what the hell, they sure are useful idiots.

Yes, useful for Israel and their threat to the rest of us should not underestimate the threat that organisations and people like 'Christians United for Israel' and Pastor John Hagee pose and at any CUFI meeting you are going to find a weird array of politicians and personalities. John Hagee can actually influence American foreign policy and that, you see, is the problem because this guy actually "gleefully anticipates the death of hundreds of millions of people in a series of wars preparing the world for the second coming of Christ: “The end of the world is rapidly approaching . . . Rejoice and be exceeding glad.” This mad fucker is not worried about a nuclear war that might wipe out half of the planet, he actually wants one, he is actually planning one and it is fair to say that his views are reflected in American foreing policy. 

The little report by Max Blumenthal which has been embedded above gives us an inclination as to just how mad Pastor John and his legions are. We could afford ourselves a giggle if it weren't for the fact that this is very serious stuff; the coming nuclear showndown with Iran, according to John, is a certainty and with "our"  Jewish Zionists seemingly more than willing to help bring about the "end days", we would have to conclude that these mad bastards actually want Iran to get hold of a bomb. Yes, it is a mad, mad world that we are living in and do you know, when I look at this dangerous, irresponsible, infantilism, I sometimes think "bring on the rupture" or, if you cannot, please stop the planet, I want to get off.

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