The Curse on America?
A Commentary by J. D. Longstreet
First, that their synagogues be burned down, and that all who are able toss sulphur and pitch; it would be good if someone could also throw in some hellfire...
Second, that all their books-- their prayer books, their Talmudic writings, also the entire Bible-- be taken from them, not leaving them one leaf, and that these be preserved for those who may be converted...
Third, that they be forbidden on pain of death to praise God, to give thanks, to pray, and to teach publicly among us and in our country...
Fourth, that they be forbidden to utter the name of God within our hearing. For we cannot with a good conscience listen to this or tolerate it...
There's a pattern here.
We saw it in Katrina, when George Bush forced Israel's withdrawal from Gaza. In fact, as everyone from Israeli rabbis to U.S. senators have noted, it seems to happen every single time the U.S. pressures Israel to divide the land.
The phenomenon was best documented by Bill Koenig, author of "Eye to Eye: Facing the Consequences of Dividing Israel."
Koenig points out that nine of the 10 costliest insurance events in U.S. history followed dramatic calls by U.S. officials for Israel to make land concessions in bids for peace with its neighbors. He points out with startling detail how six of the seven costliest hurricanes in U.S. history followed such events. He points out how three of the four largest tornado outbreaks in U.S. history followed such developments.
Earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, even terrorist attacks have hit America often within 24 hours of calls by U.S. officials for Israel to withdraw from Jewish land. “ (SOURCE)
I reside in infamous Hurricane Alley. Here, on or near, the NC coast, we call it the “The Catcher’s Mitt.” If you look at a map of the NC coastline you will quickly see why.
Hurricane season officially opens June first. Given the record of natural devastation in the past few weeks, I expect we will have one of the worst hurricane seasons on record with record-breaking damage to the eastern seaboard of the United States. Of course, I always expect that. But this year, I am sorely afraid that Obama has given me more than ample reason to believe it will occur, for sure, this year.
It matters not one whit whether you believe all this, or not. One’s belief has no effect, one way, or the other, on the occurrence of future events. On the other hand, one’s actions could mean life or death.
In 2008 America demanded a leader just like all the other nations had/have. As God did, when The People when to Samuel and demanded a king like the other nations around them, God allowed America to have Obama. It was a lesson.
Israel came to curse the day Saul was named King. America, far more removed from God than ancient Israel, will, it seems, have to suffer far more punishment before we wake up to confront our national error in judgment -- and set it straight.
In the meantime, it is reasonable, I believe, to expect our national catastrophes to grow worse.
J. D. Longstreet