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    Pastor Robert Jeffress has all the hallmarks of a Rev Jeremiah Wright, a Christian minister with controversial views. The difference is that Mr Jeffress is still on board and that Trump has not separated himself from Jeffress as Obama did with Pastor Wright.

    GOP values are meant to translate into working hard and believing in Christian or family values...yet in the following video Pastor Jeffress comes off as sounding like how a Muslim Imam who accuses the USA of being Islamophobic sounds..both wrong and annoying.

    This man is another Jeremiah Wright,



    But that is the image that Pastor Jeffress wants to tell the world. Mr Jeffress has gone all out suggesting the United Nations is antisemitic, disregarding the Christian/Catholic history of Jerusalem, and coming off as an annoying person complaining about an issue that is not real. The United States is not Islamophobic, and the United Nations is not antisemitic. Now certainly one can note some antisemitic folks in the world, but the UN in general is not antisemitic. In fact a # of non white European countries recognized Israels capital so Jeffress kind of shot himself in the foot with his view that the UN is antisemitic.

    Pastor Jeffress afaik is a millionaire with a mega church in Texas, to which point to each their own.. Any Christian or non Christian can lead w/e kind of life they want. I will say hopefully in the future Mr Jeffress can be open to non Christian religions.
    Last edited by Stonewall_Jack; 28 Dec 17, 18:39.
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    Or maybe it's that this character might have controversial views, but not out and out irrationally hating another race just for 'reasons'. After all, the actions of the UN could be taken as a multi-decade tirade against the State of Israel. Personally I think it's the UN's tantrum because Israel straight up tells them to eff off every time they make a resolution that Israel doesn't like.
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    • #3
      So Israel runs pogroms against anyone it doesn't like, murders kids, and wages aggressive war if you look at it the wrong way, but condemning such behaviour is anti-Semitic.

      At least you've cleared that one up.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by the ace View Post
        So Israel runs pogroms against anyone it doesn't like, murders kids, and wages aggressive war if you look at it the wrong way, but condemning such behaviour is anti-Semitic.

        At least you've cleared that one up.
        I hope you are being sarcastic.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by the ace View Post
          So Israel runs pogroms against anyone it doesn't like, murders kids, and wages aggressive war if you look at it the wrong way, but condemning such behaviour is anti-Semitic.

          At least you've cleared that one up.
          One last bit of comic insipidness for the year, right? Oh, wait, there's still couple of days left for you to top this post...
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          • #6
            You are going to have a very hard time making the case the UN isn't antisemitic.
            https://www.unwatch.org/un-to-adopt-...-of-the-world/
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            • #7
              the UN is definitely antisemitic. That's been obvious for years.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by the ace View Post
                So Israel runs pogroms against anyone it doesn't like, murders kids, and wages aggressive war if you look at it the wrong way, but condemning such behaviour is anti-Semitic.

                At least you've cleared that one up.
                - emphasis mine

                Not disputing the rest, but can you provide an example of an Israel-sanctioned "pogrom"? Thank you in advance.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by the ace View Post
                  So Israel runs pogroms against anyone it doesn't like, murders kids, and wages aggressive war if you look at it the wrong way, but condemning such behaviour is anti-Semitic.

                  At least you've cleared that one up.
                  Plenty of countries have done many times worse than you mention above but the UN has never suggested that they don't have the right to choose where their capital is.

                  Israel of course has not carried out pogroms or waged aggressive war. As to murder kids, while occasionally an under 16 may die during a riot the number of children killed by IDF actions is tiny.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Surrey View Post
                    Plenty of countries have done many times worse than you mention above but the UN has never suggested that they don't have the right to choose where their capital is.

                    Israel of course has not carried out pogroms or waged aggressive war. As to murder kids, while occasionally an under 16 may die during a riot the number of children killed by IDF actions is tiny.
                    No one has told Israel where it can or can't place its capital. Israel is in the midst if an unresolved conflict however. Where Israel puts its capital has no bearing on where others place their embassies in that respect.

                    Unless, of course, the argument is an attempt to resolve said conflict by denying it? The good old Ostrich Tactic?

                    The point isn't about either capitals or embassies, but about things that may or may not help or hinder the resolution of the conflict.

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                    • #11
                      So far keeping up the farce of a Palestinian state is what has prevented a resolution of the conflict.
                      "A foe who had fought so long and valiantly, and had suffered so much for a cause, though that cause was, I believe, one of the worst for which a people ever fought, and one for which there was the least excuse." Ulysses S. Grant

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jonny87kz View Post
                        So far keeping up the farce of a Palestinian state is what has prevented a resolution of the conflict.
                        Agreed. Right now Israel is the one primarily doing that. It's a known problem for the Palestinians that they are stuck in a social and political limbo of Israeli control, but without direct occupation. If Israel just went and properly occupied all the territories it already indirectly controls, that would mightily clarify everyone's positions.

                        It's a very useful subterfuge for hiding what's really going on.

                        If this was a conflict between states, i.e. more or less equal parties in ceteris paribus, that was fought by armed forces — then that would allow certain kinds of resolutions.

                        It is however NOTHING like that, beginning how this is not a military conflict. It stopped being that rather a long time ago. So it's through and through political, in some ways social, and will require a political solution. Whatever that turns out it can be in the end.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Stonewall_Jack View Post
                          Pastor Robert Jeffress has all the hallmarks of a Rev Jeremiah Wright, a Christian minister with controversial views. The difference is that Mr Jeffress is still on board and that Trump has not separated himself from Jeffress as Obama did with Pastor Wright.

                          GOP values are meant to translate into working hard and believing in Christian or family values...yet in the following video Pastor Jeffress comes off as sounding like how a Muslim Imam who accuses the USA of being Islamophobic sounds..both wrong and annoying.

                          This man is another Jeremiah Wright,



                          But that is the image that Pastor Jeffress wants to tell the world. Mr Jeffress has gone all out suggesting the United Nations is antisemitic, disregarding the Christian/Catholic history of Jerusalem, and coming off as an annoying person complaining about an issue that is not real. The United States is not Islamophobic, and the United Nations is not antisemitic. Now certainly one can note some antisemitic folks in the world, but the UN in general is not antisemitic. In fact a # of non white European countries recgoized Israels capital so Jeffress kind of shot himself in the foot with his view that the UN is antisemitic.

                          Pastor Jeffress afaik is a millionaire with a mega church in Texas, to which point to each their own.. Any Christian or non Christian can lead w/e kind of life they want. I will say hopefully in the future Mr Jeffress can be open to non Christian religions.
                          You do realize that Trump is not a member of the GOP...right? He is an Independent.

                          I'm sure you also realize that the First Amendment protects often hateful speech as well as any other kind.
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                          • #14
                            Israel is the vanguard/rearguard of civilisation in a region of barbarism . it is the last bastion between Muslim terrorism and Europe and the US.

                            If Israel falls, Europe and US will fall . The fifth column has taken over in
                            Western Europe ,in the US only Trump stands against the taking over .

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
                              You do realize that Trump is not a member of the GOP...right? He is an Independent.

                              He realizes this, but denies it ,otherwise he would have no point .

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