Christian-Zionism In America Needs to Be Dismantled


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Read the following two tweets and then know that those Christians being referred to in many cases could be related to John Hagee’s operation and Liberty University. Christians United for Israel (CUFI) is an American Christian organization that supports Israel. Its statement of purpose is “to provide a national association through which every pro-Israel church, parachurch organization, ministry or individual in America can speak and act with one voice in support of Israel in matters related to Biblical issues.”

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Hage’s CUFI is the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States, with 4.5 million members. It operates under the leadership of John Hagee as founder and Chairman along with Diana Hagee and Shari Dollinger as Co-Executive Directors. This entire Christian right being behind Israel is becoming to say the least very “freaky”. It makes people wonder whether or not there might be an intelligence operation going on here considering John Hagee’s operation is connected to Christians in the Israeli Knesset. Acting like a religious mechanism to scare average Jews into rabbinical submission.

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How is this for being “Christians?” This Christian-Zionism’s biblical prophecy is to move all diaspora Jews of the world to Israel. What will be the driving force to get Jews back to Israel? Technology. These evangelical Christians are hell bent on driving the Palestinians from Israel so that Israel can prepare for the “final battle.” The “final battle” will culminate when Israel dominates the world in high technology. The next enemy: Iran, with these “Jews” running this quasi-religious self-fulfilling Judaic Juggernaut from hell called “Israel.”

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Jesus will show up later and ask for a tour of Sheldon Adelson’s School of Entrepreneurs at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. The US State Department not only fulfilled its promise on the move of the US embassy to Jerusalem, it also cut off $200 million in funding for the Palestinians. Those John Hagee-inspired Christian-Zionists sure do like expressing their love and compassion through the US State Department don’t they? Through Sheldon Adelson’s networks he is the one deciding what is “anti-Semitic” and what is not “anti-Semitic.”

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Organized Jewry has captured Christians in America converting them to Zionist-Christians under John Hagee’s operation working with Christians inside the Israeli Knesset. Mike Pompeo operates inside this same Christian-Zionist network. If you disagree with AIPAC and Christian-Zionist goals in America you become immediately targeted with the irrational accusation of being “antisemitic” like the congresswomen Ilhan Omar has.

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This is exactly what Elliot Abrams accused Chuck Hagel of when Hagel was head of the Department of Defense (DoD). The continued irrational accusation of being “anti-Semitic” neutralizes all opposition to Israel as Israel becomes the dominant regional power.


Source: The Contemporary Group

Global Evangelism Inc: John Hagee and the Israel Lobby 

August 21, 2018 | by Benjamin Collinger

SAN ANTONIO — The Rev. John C. Hagee strode to center stage of Cornerstone Church, a 22,000 member congregation and the seat of a multimedia evangelical empire. It was the weekend before the Fourth of July, and the 78-year-old pastor stood poised to deliver his weekly oration on current affairs and biblical prophecy.

He was flanked by the Israeli and American flags, two stoic security guards, and two jumbotron-like screens. Beside me sat a Vietnam War veteran who returned to Cornerstone for the first time since 1985, a couple on their second visit, and many of the church’s faithful members. Hagee’s congregation had been warmed up by a half-hour of soulful Christian rock.

“If God is not in what you’re doing, stop it! If God is not in what you’re saying, shut your mouth! If God’s not going where you’re going, don’t go there!” the Pastor exclaimed with the authoritative cadence and tone that he has honed over decades. Cornerstone’s flock of around 5,000 that day cried “Amen!” in every form of south Texas drawl one can hear near San Antonio.

Hagee’s sermon, which he repeatedly advertised as an excerpt of his new book, The Last Empire, was an emphatic example of the style and worldview that have made him one of the most popular and influential evangelical preachers of his generation. The pastor made his opinion of nearly every controversial political issue clear.

In the same sermon, Hagee argued that a “new world order is right now organizing riots in the streets of America,” and that same order is intent on flooding the United States with illegal immigrants. Immigration, he said, “will produce millions of welfare deadbeats demanding all of these free things. It will be a socialist chaos that will destroy America. It will lead to the destruction of our economy, and a dictatorship.”

Alternating between Bible verses and political commentary, the pastor explained why “capitalism is under attack,” and the news media is copying “Hitler’s playbook” in order to “silence those who are standing up for America.” He also said that “Satan’s palace in New York City is the United Nations” because of its actions toward Israel.

Hagee spoke at the July 2018 Christians United for Israel summit in Washington, D.C.

The theology that links each of these concepts is dispensationalism: a belief that time and current events have an order that correspond to scripture’s narrative structure. In other words, every event occurs according to biblical prophecy. There is perhaps no better illustration of Hagee’s unshakable commitment to dispensationalism than his advocacy for the State of Israel. Over four decades, he has founded one of the most powerful Christian Zionist organizations, given millions to Israeli causes, and seen many key events in the Jewish State’s history coincide with his own life.

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