I cannot say this loud enough or enough, if there was a chief devil and son of perdition in the camp of Christianity, his name would be JOHN HAGEE!
Bought and paid for Luciferian-Zionist, John Hagee who comes in the transparent guise of a mega-church pastor is by far the most vile, painted sepulchre in Christianity today, deceiving literally MILLIONS of non-thinking Christians to assist in building their own guillotines in their blind support of overt, Anti-Christ, Luciferian-Zionist controlled Israel.
While they call themselves Christian-Zionists, few if any Christians realize that Zionism is not Mosaic-Torah based-Judaism, but a Masonic-Satanic-Luciferian-Cult that rules Israel.
THE REAL MOSAIC-TORAH BASED JEWS DESPISE BOTH THE ZIONIST REGIME AND JOHN HAGEE’S CUFI, calling John Hagee a false christ, deceiver and responsible for empowering a thoroughly Satanic agenda of ethnic cleansing (mass murder) to continue of the Palestinians, many who are Christian!
It was John Hagee’s CUFI that applauded Israel’s attack and mass murder on Lebanon, another country of many Christians, while those who know their God were aghast at how supposed Christians would support Anti-Christ Israel in killing their own brethren in Yahshua.
This is truly a sickening display of gross ignorance and as the scriptures state – GROSS DARKNESS, without spiritual light from those who “profess” to be Christians that align themselves with this Luciferian-Death-Cult, whose flag is the Illuminati-Freemason symbol, the blue-pagan-hexagram (666).
Here is a quote regarding the latest CUFI conference, not from any Anti-Semitic organization, but from MOSAIC, TORAH-BASED JEWS THEMSELVES!
Over this past July 17th – 20th, Christians United for Israel (CUFI) held its 6th annual Washington Summit in the nation’s capital to rally its staunch, militant support for Israel. Despite the tough economic times for many Americans, and despite what appeared to be a dwindling number of participants at last year’s event, according to official numbers, CUFI managed to draw a crowd of over 5,000 Christians – including over 500 CUFI on Campus student activists – from every state in the Union, as well as some international guests who made the pilgrimage to DC from overseas.
This year’s Summit included many “repeat offenders” to use Frank Gaffney’s phrase, including Gaffney himself whose conspiracy theories and anti-Muslim rhetoric has even seen him shunned by many conservatives; CUFI’s Christian Executive Board; Senator Joseph Lieberman; AIPAC officials Jeff Mendelsohn and Jonathan Kessler; Robert Satloff; the CEO/Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, Malcolm Hoelein; Ambassador Michael Oren; and a live satellite visit from Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Zionist-Political Lie To Christians
Israel Must Control All Of Lands In Palestine
Or Jesus Will Not Return
Since its inception, CUFI has struggled to dissociate itself, its existence and its purpose from the apocalyptic imagery that dominates the theological writings and teachings of its Christian leadership. That is, CUFI has had to reconcile the fact that the writings of it’s founder and National Chairman Rev. John Hagee are overwhelmingly preoccupied with Israel as a catalyst for the battle of Armageddon and the return of Jesus.
In order for Jesus to return, though, there are a number of things that must happen first. Most, if not all Jews must return to Israel, Israel must control all of the land given to it by God, in particular Jerusalem, because this is where Jesus is set to return and rule the world through a Christian theocracy for 1,000 years before a new heaven and a new earth are created. Once all of these prerequisites are in place, many believe that the Christian church will have fulfilled its earthly duty, at which point it will be “raptured” into the heavens for a period of seven years while the nations of the world, guided by Satan, will attempt to destroy Israel one last time before Jesus returns with the raptured church to defeat the enemies of God.
This theology can be found in any number of Hagee’s books, including: From Daniel to Doomsday: The Countdown has Begun; Jerusalem Countdown; The Beginning of the End: The Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin and the coming of the Antichrist; Final Dawn over Jerusalem; and his most recent (2010), Can America Survive? 10 Prophetic Signs That We Are in the Terminal Generation. Needless to say, this creates a problem because it places the support of Israel, and a very particular path that Israel must follow (read: no two-state solution), along with the future destruction of a large portion of the Jewish population, into the realm of God-ordained necessities for Christian salvation.
One of the ways they get around this is candidly admit, as CUFI’s executive director David Brog does in his book Standing with Israel, that, yes, there are many Christians who do believe that Israel is significant for the Second Coming, but that Christians are powerless to do anything about it. Or, to erroneously argue, as Brog does in the same book that “If evangelicals really wanted to speed Jesus’ return they would open up abortion clinics, brothels, and casinos to advance social and moral decay that are preconditions for the Second Coming, in addition to trying to weaken Israel’s defenses in order to facilitate the prophesied invasion of the Jewish state by its enemies.”
This argument may be sufficient for some, yet it woefully misunderstands (willfully or not) this strand of Christian theology, how these Christians read and interpret their scriptures, and how they understand themselves in sacred history.
The reference to the verse from Esther is instructive. The Book of Esther and particularly the scriptural reference of “for such a time as this” is standard evangelical pedagogy about how God uses people – ordinary, unknowing people – to fulfill His purposes in history. Esther was called upon by God, who spoke through her uncle Mordecai in order to save Diaspora Jews in ancient Persia from a plot aimed at their destruction. Ultimately, it is a story of instrumentality – of God using humans to push history toward its terminal end. Christians are the “watchmen on the wall” because they are the ones who “know the end of the story” (unlike many liberal Jews who are interested in alternative pathways to peace) and despite not actively trying to hasten Armageddon, the specter of its imminent arrival acts as a marker for God’s next move – through Christian Zionists – in the unfolding of the story.
Division of Jerusalem Would Prevent Jesus’ Return
At the unofficial opening of the Summit, the Sunday night Prayer and Worship session, this understanding of sacred time, and God’s use of humans to fulfill His will was on full display.
CUFI, we were told, wasn’t born six years ago because of some good idea. Rather, it has existed since the beginning of time, it has merely taken prayer cells over the past few decades among all the disparate groups now involved in CUFI to bring about its realization as a political tool for God’s spiritual will. “God wants to use you,” we were told “he wants to do his will through you, through each of us, and if we don’t each do our part then we are slowing the fulfillment of his plans.”
Perhaps the most candid display of CUFI’s yearning for the Second Coming came when CUFI’s Cheryl Morrison of Faith Bible Chapel in Colorado stated that if we allow Jerusalem to be divided, we would be preventing the return of Jesus.
Morrison is the wife and colleague of CUFI executive board member and regional director Rev. George Morrison.
Insane CUFI Christians Want Death And Destruction
Of Innocents In Palestine To Continue
It was at this point that the notion of CUFI supporting a two-state solution was seriously flawed. “We all know that there won’t be peace in Jerusalem until Messiah returns.” And therefore worldly attempts to establish peace are doomed to failure, because they don’t have the spiritual fruits of God’s plans behind them. Sure, one might cast off this assertion as irrelevant because we aren’t expecting Jesus to return, and therefore such an unprecedented display of support ought to be welcomed in the meantime.
The problem, however, is that it dictates an acceptance of the status quo of continuous violence and provides no urgency for establishing worldly peace in the meantime. And, in fact, to support worldly peace that is based on anything remotely close to the Obama Administration’s plans, or to relinquish any settlements, for many evangelicals, would be to fall prey to plans of Satan. ”
- Source: Jews On First
All I can do is shake my head in sadness and disgust at these wicked, wicked, Satanically deceived Christians.