We got this note from a friend:
Hi, Paul and Victor.
I just emailed my senator from Minnesota, Al Franken with questions about this new development on Obama siding with Hamas. By the way Franken is Jewish so I would really like to know what his stand on this is. Hopefully I will hear something from him and what if anything can be done on our part.
You realize many Jews have been on the left and anti-Zionist and pro-Obama?
I didn’t realize this. What are they thinking? Any idea?
Perhaps inexplicable – the mystery of iniquity. They are blinded until the time the Lord opens their eyes and gives them a heart to understand. Fear plays a big part in it.
Victor touches on one reason I’m aware of – fear. It’s easy for me to understand as a Jew, because I experienced, through my DNA and heritage, how it feels to look like other people around you, yet be irretrievably different and persecuted for it. At any moment, some form of anti-Semitism might break forth, and you’re finished. That’s what it feels like even in a “safe” society, as the US has been and is presumed to be. The feelings I’m talking about here are mostly buried. It’s like part of your atmosphere, the air you breathe without thinking.
Jews who knuckle under this fear will try to get along with the mainstream at the cost of truth and what’s right. They will sell out Israel just so they’re not considered too Jewish or sectarian. They hope it will make them acceptable, or presume it does, in order to save their own skins. Most don’t realize what they’re doing or why. They actually believe they are being morally fair, even superior to the “right-wing Zionists.”
There are also Jews who simply react with loathing to things they perceive as unsavory about their people and heritage, and thereby take the opposite side, even if it’s wrong. Some call these people “self-hating Jews.”
The Lord delivered me from all these fears and derangements as he led me on the path of Truth. Bless His Name!
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– September 18, 2014
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Correspondence with Dallas and Sarah Cooper The correspondence begins with the Hexagram, the “Star of David”: Hello Victor: The other day when I was over Paul's house. I heard you talking about the star of David or Hexagram. I wasn't trying to pry, but it caught my attention for a second. I was telling Sara that that star is a Hexagram, but I couldn't remember much about it. To my understanding, this did not become a symbol used by the Israelites until after their Babylonian captivity when they mixed the Torah with the Kabbalah. So I went back to the site to re-familiarize myself with it and here are two links you may want to look at. http://altreligion.about.com/library/glossary/symbols/bldefshexagram.htm http://altreligion.about.com/library/glossary/symbols/bldefsmagen.htm Dallas and Sarah wrote again after we talked about the subject on the phone: Hello Victor: I was thinking about our conversation on the phone yesterday about the Hexagram and we have some things we'd like you to consider about it. I don't think that we should use the symbol. I'm not being superstitious as Paul suggested. To me it is this simple: This is not something ordained by God (like crosses and pictures of Christ). Therefore, it is the works of men. If the upside triangle represents the kingdom of heaven and the downside, the kingdom of men, aren't these very concepts religious and spiritual by nature? Aren't you preaching the kingdom of Heaven t...
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