Yesterday I was ambushed. A gentleman who comes by my work everyday came in as always and ordered his coffee. He’s a yankee from New York with a dominant personality so we chat but much of the conversation comes from his end, which is fine because I like to listen. However, our usual dialogue about government cover ups, aliens, mind control and the like took an unexpected turn: the Zionists.
Now, I respect this guy and he appears to respect me. He’s got a lot of insight even if I think some of what he says is wrong, and I appreciate his passion. What’s more, I respect his conviction to help people “wake up” and “stop being hypnotized by the media”. As I’ve said in the past, proselytism is a good thing, even from a non-believer. That being said, I haven’t heard about this conspiracy in a long time.
“You see, Dan, you can’t say anything about the Zionist Jews without being called anti-semitic.” He said. Now that’s not true. There are plenty of examples throughout the history of Israel (ancient as well as modern) where criticism has been justified, but it seems to me that there is a veil that has been placed over the eyes of people of this world. It’s the same veil of hatred that powers the BDS (boycott, divest, sanction) movement against Israel, who will praise someone waving the flag of the Islamic State but hurl profanity at the same person waving the Israeli flag.
It’s the reason that it’s become so popular to call Israel an apartheid state.
Consider this a reminder that the world still hates the Jews. The Bible is clear that those who curse Israel will be cursed, and those who bless her will be blessed (Genesis 12:3). We must stand with Israel and pray for the mistakes of the past to never happen again.