(Jewish News Syndicate) A recent self-justifying article in the JNS attempts to argue that America’s political commitment to Israel and Zionism can be traced back to its “founding principles” — rather than the late 19th century boondoggle known as “evangelical Christianity” based on the spurious Scofield Bible, which was financed by ultra-Zionist Samuel Untermeyer:
…As former U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman articulated during his Guardian of Zion Award acceptance speech in April, “Support for Israel is actually a quintessential American value. Indeed, the Bible, so much of which is predicated upon God’s covenant to our forefathers to install, and then later to restore, the Jewish people in the land of Israel, is foundational to the principles upon which America was founded.”
He went on: “To understand this connection between the birth of America and the values that emerged from the city of Jerusalem is to understand all that has transpired since. It is to understand why the pilgrims risked their lives in the 17th century to reach a new world and establish what many of them referred to as a ‘new Jerusalem.’
It is to understand how 13 American colonies, all hugging the east coast, somehow expanded thousands of miles in all directions under the doctrine of ‘Manifest Destiny’—a doctrine asserting the divine right and destiny of America to inhabit the land from ocean to ocean.…
…[It is] also to understand why the United States opened a consulate in Jerusalem in 1844, 104 years before the State of Israel came into existence, at which time the new consul general planted an American flag at the Jaffa Gate…and declared that the United States of America hereby ‘extends its protection to the Jews of Jerusalem.’
“It is also to understand why almost every state in the union has cities and towns named after cities and towns in biblical Israel….It is also to understand why President Harry Truman caused the U.S. to be the first nation to recognize the reborn State of Israel in 1948.
It is also to understand why, in 1995, the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, by overwhelming majorities, passed the Jerusalem Embassy Act recognizing Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel and mandating the transfer of our embassy to that city.
It is also to understand why every president since Bill Clinton promised to move our embassy to Jerusalem, or at least to maintain its character as the undivided capital of Israel, although…only one [Donald Trump] kept his promise…”
Never trust a Jew to tell you the whole story about anything — the so-called “Consul General” who planted the American flag at the Jaffe Gate in Jerusalem in 1844 was Warder Cresson, an evangelical Quaker whose quasi-official appointment was rescinded only a month after he pulled this stunt — which represented his personal views, not the official views of the United States.
Four years later in 1848, Cresson converted to Judaism, changed his name to Michael Boaz Israel, and divorced his America wife — he then returned to Jerusalem, remarried, and worked to develop agriculture as a way of improving the condition of the Jews. He died in Jerusalem in 1860.
Like many early English and American Christians, Cresson was under the pernicious influence of the Jew Menaseh ben Israel, who wrote a book very influential among the Cromwell Puritans titled The Hope of Israel — in which he spuriously argued that the Jews who had been expelled from England under Edward I must be allowed to return to England (“Zion”) in order to bring about the return of Jesus Christ.
As we all know, Cromwell allowed the Jews back into England — and the return of Christ did not materialize, but the slow destruction of England and its delivery into the hands of the Jews did.
Read “Timeline of the Jewish Genocide of the British People” — which illustrates the gradual step-by-step, slow kosher strangulation — by weaponizing their monopoly on usury — of this formally great Christian nation.
Menasseh ben Israel also promoted the false idea that the native Indians of South America were part of the “lost tribes of Israel” — another ruse that Jews today promote in order to obfuscate the true identity of those “lost” tribes — people of white European descent.
Many Puritans mistakenly believed that the native Indians in America were among those “lost tribes of Israel” — while at the same time believing that they themselves were Israel and America was the “New Jerusalem” — not a Jewish version of a new Jerusalem, as writer Michael Collins Piper has exposed.
In reality, America’s early Protestant settlers like Peter Stuyvesant put considerable restrictions on the rights of unwanted Jews in the colonies — just as they were not granted citizenship in England either — but it was the British who granted liberal privileges to the Jewish merchants in the American colonies because their trade enriched the Crown.
And contrary to what this article claims, at the time of the founding of the U.S. in 1776 Jews still did not have full privileges of citizenship — if Zionism were a “foundational” principle of America — and Jews were seen as an integral part of the American vision — Jews would not have continued to be second-class, restricted minorities.
America indeed has many towns and cities named after the Bible, but that wasn’t because the majority of Protestant American settlers were enamored with Jews or believed in Zionism, but rather because they believed that they themselves were the true Israelites and America was the “New Jerusalem.”
And, yes, Harry Truman was the first to officially recognize the ersatz state of Israel in 1948 — but only after Zionist Jews attempted to assassinate him for not moving fast enough to suit their occult agenda.
And despite the fact that so-called “Jews” returned to Palestine over 70 years ago, evangelical Christians are still waiting for this “miracle” to prompt Jesus Christ to return — perhaps they should actually read their Bible to understand why they are going to be waiting in vain.