Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Saradise Lost - Book 4 - Chapter 6 - What Does the Crazy Woman "Recognize" in Israel's "Right to Exist"

During her Barbara Walters interview, the Crazy Woman stated:

"I believe that the Jewish settlements should be allowed to be expanded upon, because that population of Israel is, is going to grow. More and more Jewish people will be flocking to Israel in the days and weeks and months ahead. And I don't think that the Obama administration has any right to tell Israel that the Jewish settlements cannot expand."

Palin, it has been observed by her ardent Christianist supporters:

[a]ll the while Sarah Palin was attending the House of God to hear from the Scriptures, receiving well-deciphered Christian doctrine. She and family were taught that the Bible is the infallible divine revelation. They accepted by faith saving grace through Christ Jesus.

In the Alaska church the Word was set forth as endorsing the Judeo-Christian heritage of this nation. The congregation heard sermons such as Pastor Pepper’s, lifting high God and country. The nation, in other words, was accountable to the God of the Bible and the God of the Bible would bless an obedient public.

What the Palins heard from the Christian pulpit was at the other end of the spectrum from the theological trash decimated weekly from the Chicago cult political plant.

So how much territory does Sarah Palin's belief in biblical inerrancy hold " the Jewish settlements should be allowed to be expanded upon"?
According to Genesis Chapter 15: Verses 18-21, it is this big:

On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram and said, "To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates - the land of the Kenites, Kenizzites, Kadmonites, Hittites, Perizzites, Rephaites, Amorites, Canaanites, Girgashites and Jebusites."

Here's a map
distributed in 2001 to Israelis that graphically illustrates those borders: Tied together with Palin's statement in the Barbara Walters interview, "More and more Jewish people will be flocking to Israel in the days and weeks and months ahead," one should be aware what all this means to the CW. This woman, when mayor of Wasilla had not one, not two, but three complete sets of the Tim LaHaye-Jerry B. Jenkins BiblePorn series, Left Behind, ordered for the Wasilla Public Library. Last time I was in there, they were in a bookcase on the stairway leading from the bottom to the main floor of the building. The series describes the horrible deaths of all Jews who don't convert to Palin's kind of Christianity.

The term "Israel's right to exist" and what that actually means is often confusing, especially with the ongoing expansion of Israel's illegal West Bank settlements. I've taken it to mean that Israel had and has a right to live within the pre-June 1967 borders. Palin's belief system, though, requires Israel to gobble up all of Lebanon and Jordan, the Sinai and eastern Egypt - including east bank Cairo, half or more of Syria, and northwestern Iraq.

Until that happens, Palin's belief system mandates, Biblical prophecy has been left unfulfilled.

This is just a part - important as it is - of why I call her "the Crazy Woman."


Yusef Asabiyah said...

I love the way the southern border of "Israel" is drawn--nice and straight and apparently no challenge to Saudi Arabia's territory.

This is delightful. Thank God we're getting back to strict Biblical and Constitutional foundations and thank God we don't face any serious contradictions between Bible and Constitution.

Durruti said...

Yeah, I'm sure this is exactly what Israel wants. Ha! ha! ha! Can left-wing paranoia about Palin and Israel get any better than this ! Made my day !!
Hey, but don't worry, progressives....Israel only wants a big chunk of the Middle East (watch living standards rise 5,000% ) BUT your pet religion , Islam, wants the whole world (Alaska included)! Wanna bet on separation of church and state if that happens !!

ravenstrick said...

Watching the interview I realized immediately what she meant when she was talking about Israel.

It sent a chill down my spine.

She is determined to do anything she can to help facilitate 'the end of days'.

We spend a lot of time laughing at her, but this is quite sobering.

Yusef Asabiyah said...

The issue of tolerating the illegal settlements on the West Bank has very little to do with being pro- or anti-Israel or pro- or anti-Arab. The question is whether the toleration of these settlements has destroyed the possibility of a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and what the outbreak of open and armed conflict will do to the state of Israel, the ME, and the world.

If Palin or others see the issue in terms as simple as those of where to house Israel's growing population,the problems probably will get worked out in terms as brutal as nuclear war.

Durruti said...

Until the Palestinians reject the genocidal ambitions of Hamas and other islamist groups, there can never be peace for Israel or the Palestinians. Even if the West Bank settlements vanished tomorrow Hamas and their ilk would continue pushing Israel for more and more concessions until the Jewish state is vanquished. If Syria, Egypt and Jordan had treated the Palestinians as humans and not as political pawns, the bloodshed and turmoil of the last sixty years may have been avoided.

Philip Munger said...

Always somebody else's fault, eh, D?

Khione said...

"More and more Jewish people will be flocking to Israel in the days and weeks and months ahead."

Phil, I don't know what that means. I read the links, but admit to a lack of thorough uderstanding of NeoCon Dominionist doctrine.
Could you clarify why Sarah thinks Jewish people will be flocking to Israel in the near future?

Bob Broughton said...

Why is it that I didn't see this particular analysis anywhere in the mainstream media? One would think that some columnist or talking head would have picked up on a ridiculous but dangerous statement like "I believe that the Jewish settlements should be allowed to be expanded upon, because that population of Israel is, is going to grow."

The Crazy Woman was also talking about going to war against Russia last year. This got some media attention for a couple of days. Then they went on to the next sound bite.

MC Dopemine said...

@ Khione......
"The Jews return to Israel" is about fulfilling old testament prophecy...Ezekiel....Isaiah.
Also, A Christian could probably bring me up to speed on this, but I remember something from my reading about the Jews return to Israel being necessary to bringing about the Christian rapture. As I said, not a Christian...but her talk of the Jews moving to Israel in the near future, feels to me like a codified shout out to fundamentalists.
The ridiculous notion that Jews can't live in Israel without moving into Palestine... I cannot explain.

Bob Broughton said...

Here's a news flash: the Zionist movement discovered yesterday that they made a huge mistake. The promised land is not in the Middle East. Instead, it is in and around Wasilla, AK, USA.

Starting Monday, the Zionists will the showing up in Wasilla. The Philistines who currently reside in Wasilla will be evicted at gunpoint, and their homes will be taken over by the Zionists.

The former residents of Wasilla will be housed in a refugee camp a few miles down the road. It will get really cold there during the Winter, but who are we to argue with God's will?

Yusef Asabiyah said...

There was a serious attempt in the 1930's to create a Jewish homeland in Siberia:

Durruti said...

"The ridiculous notion that Jews can't live in Israel without moving into Palestine."

Umm, where exactly is this "Palestine" you speak of ? Do you even know ?

MC Dopemine said...

Where Palestine is, depends entirely upon what year we're speaking of...Do You mean where is Palestine today or in 1946 or 47 or 1958, or 1967? Are you asking about British Mandate Palestine from the 20's or ancient Palestine? I have lived and worked in IsraeI, and can draw you a series of maps if you like.

Makabit Bat Guriel said...

Hate to break it to you MCdope but Palestine is a figment of certain people's imagination.
No such thing as an "ancient Palestine" you need to read a history book not written by some Muslim or a white supremacist.
Since the Romans destroyed the 2nd Temple (not the Dome of the Rock)
the area has been part of one or more countries surrounding it.
You see these so called "ethnic Palestinians" are nothing but an Egyptian, Jordanian, TransJordanian, Saudi Arabia, etc.
Ain't no such thing as a Palestinian baby!

MC Dopemine said...

By all means, turn my tag into an epithet if you need to feel superior....But groups of likeminded individuals are capable of creating a national identity. Why I'm pretty sure that happened in the USA. You've got a point though, public school in Kentucky probably qualifies as being educated by white supremacists.

Makabit Bat Guriel said...

Kentucky was a Union State but times changes.
Kind of like the good Senator Byrd was once a sheet wearing racist and now he has a son-in-law named Mohhamad. Although I'm not surprised considering the white supremacists endorse people of the Muslim faith who murder Jews.
You know that "enemy of my enemy is my friend" type mentality!
As for the me one state in this nation that hasn't at some time been into things like "no dogs, indians, jews, blacks, irish, (or you name it) allowed"? Using the South as an example of ignorance or hate is such BS considering the sweat shops all across the country at one time or another from the east to the west. This is why your ilk can never win an argument, see!
As for your notion on "national identity";
So you have a handful of people trying to pass themselves off as "nation" when there WASN'T an urge before the Jews started to move back into the area. Just another example of cry-baby Muslims if you ask me.
And you and Philly along with the rest of the girlish screeching crowd take up the "cause". Kind of shows your lack of brain nerve connection.
But I don't care what you think I'd like to see Phil answer a few questions. The problem is he can't, just like when we were posting on the KUDO message board.
He knows he will screw up and get caught in his own ignorant trap once again.

Irv said...

Interested in Palin and the rapture? Google "Pretrib Hypocrisy" - the part about the Assemblies of God.

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