By Baruch Pletner,PhD,MBA

March 11, 20192391

Treasure from the Second Temple being paraded by the victorious Romans in 70 AD. These symbols of nationhood were lost, but the nation survived
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A note from Pastor Kevin Lea follows this article.

It would appear that President Trump has recently expressed the opinion that the Democratic Party in its newest incarnation as a political platform that rests on the three legs of globalism, communism, and anti-White bigotry is also a party of Jew haters. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders was asked today whether Trump really held this view, a question she declined to answer. 

I don’t know whether Trump thinks that the Democrats hate Jews, he may or may not, but regardless, there is a question here that’s well worth asking: do they? And if so, why?

In order to answer this question, we must first address the age-old question “what is a Jew?”, at least for the purposes of this discussion. After all, how can we answer if someone hates someone else unless we have some idea who that someone is.

In the context of the modern world, I would answer this question as follows: Jews today, whether in Israel or in exile, fall into one of three categories.

  1. People who were born to Jewish parents and who know that about themselves
  2. Same as 1 plus people who practice Judaism as a religion to at least some degree
  3. Same as 1 + 2 plus people who believe themselves to belong to a separate nation or ethnic group

Many American Jews today fall into the first category. They know that they are Jewish because their parents and grandparents are and because their names are Bernstein or Goldberg. Some fall into the second category and do things like light Sabbath candles and eat latkes on Hanukkah. These people are not important for the purposes of this discussion. The Democrats do not hate them.

All Jews in Israel and some Jews in exile fall into the third category and are indeed the subject of this discussion and also the subject of Democratic hatred.

Democrats hate Jews of the third kind because their mere existence is Kryptonite to globalism. Globalism teaches us that a person whose name is Ahmed Mohammed is as French as a person whose name is Jean-Luc Picard, as long as they both have a piece of paper that defines them as citizens of France. Globalism demands of us the unequivocal acknowledgement that a person whose name is Ilhan Omar, who was born in Somalia, and who shares none of the founding values of the United States is as American as Andrew Jackson, because both of them at some point in their lives were American citizens.

Globalism rejects the entire notion of a nation. It rejects the

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Note from Pastor Kevin Lea:  I agree with this author’s analysis, except for his optimism that the people of the west will be inspired by the Jewish State to wake up and undo the globalist trends of their governments and re-establish their unique nation states. 

According to the prophetic word of God (Daniel and Revelation), the globalists are going to win the battle to make the world “borderless” as they ultimately create a ten nation global empire ruled by one man – the antichrist.  Since their effort is in full swing and only a crisis away from full implementation, the last of the last days are upon us. 

Jesus must be coming soon.  He first comes to take His faithful believers to join Him in heaven (1 Thess 4:16-18, Rev 3:10-11).  After we are taken away, Jesus allows the godless despots of the world to try their hand at global governance, which leads to the near extinction of man and beast (Matthew 24:22). 

But before all life is lost, Jesus returns in power and great glory to put an end to Satan inspired schemes, and establishes His glorious kingdom for 1,000 years (Revelation 19-20). 

I hope the reader has repented of your rejection of the true God, confessed your sins to Him and with saving faith put your trust in Jesus to forgive you of sin.  If so, He will give you a new heart that will lead you into trying to love Him as He loves you (John 14:15, 1 John 4:19).