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Reese Report - The Zionist NAZI Connection and the Creation of Israel

Greg Reese provides a much overdue look at the origins of the Rothschild family, Zionism, Israel, and why wars are now being fought under the auspices of religion…

The historical record tells us that the Khazars were known for starting wars through deception.

And about 700 years ago, they all converted to Judaism.

These are the Ashkenazi Jews who later became Zionists and persecuted the Sephardic Jews of Palestine.

They do not follow the teachings of the Torah.

They follow the Talmud, ancient teachings that can be described as anti-Christian or satanic.

The motto of Israeli Mossad, by way of deception, thou shalt do war, really sums up the nature of Zionism, which includes evangelical Christians and certain sects of Islam.

With 80% of the world being religious, religion is the easiest way to ignite a war, which is what the central banks always want.

Reporting for InfoWars, this is Greg Reese.

Our Note

Biblically, the start of Judaism started with Isaac - son of Abraham ans Sara.

Ishmael, the older brother, was born of a slavewoman as a result of Sara giving up on her faith and telling her husband to sleep with the slavewoman so they would have the child God Promised them.

Only, God doesn’t work that way - you stand in faith with God, not with His creation.

Additionally, God’s promise was between Abraham and Sara, not Abraham and a slavewoman.

As a result, Ishmael ended up being very contentious with Isaac after a while.

God’s promise to Isaac was a continuation of the covenant He made with Abraham, Isaac’s father.

According to Genesis 17:19, God declared,

Sarah your wife shall bear you a son, and you shall call his name Isaac; I will establish My covenant with him for an everlasting covenant.

This promise was fulfilled when Isaac was born to Abraham and Sarah.

The Covenant with Isaac

The covenant with Isaac was an extension of the covenant God made with Abraham.

God promised to establish His covenant with Isaac, which meant that Isaac would be the heir of the promise and the recipient of the blessings of the covenant.

This covenant was not only for Isaac’s lifetime but for an everlasting covenant, meaning it would extend beyond his lifetime to his descendants.

God never breaks a covenant He has set…

The Promise of the Land

God also promised Isaac that He would give him the land of Canaan, which He had promised to Abraham.

This was when Isaac didn’t own even a foot of land.

In Genesis 26:3-5, God said,

I will establish My covenant with you, and you shall be a father of a multitude of nations. No longer shall your name be called Abram, but your name shall be Abraham; for I have made you the father of a multitude of nations. I will make you exceedingly fruitful, and I will make nations of you, and kings shall come from you.

The Promise of a Great Nation

God also promised Isaac that he would become the father of a great nation. In Genesis 26:4, God said,

I will make you a great nation, and I will bless you, and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing.

The Promise of Blessings

God promised Isaac that He would bless him and make his name great. In Genesis 26:12-14, Isaac’s blessings were evident as he became wealthy and prosperous, and his livestock increased greatly. God’s blessing on Isaac was a fulfillment of the promise made to Abraham.

The Promise of a Future

God’s promise to Isaac looked beyond Isaac’s lifetime to the future. In Genesis 26:24, God said,

I will be with you and will bless you. For to you and your descendants I will give all these lands, and I will establish the oath which I swore to Abraham your father.

In summary, God’s promise to Isaac was a continuation of the covenant He made with Abraham, promising to establish His covenant with Isaac for an everlasting covenant, giving him the land of Canaan, making him the father of a great nation, blessing him, and promising a future with Him.

So Why Bring All This Up?

If you were the oldest brother and saw your younger brother getting all the blessings and favoritism from God, are you saying you would be applauding him? or be jealous of him?

Most of us would be jealous.

Hence the conflict between Ishmael and Isaac.

One was born of man, the other was born of God.

God brings order, the absense of God brings chaos…

Something Abraham hadn’t thought about when he accepted his wife’s offer and got to know the slavewoman.

And today, we have Islam persecuting Christianity - which can be traced directly and indiectly back to Ismael and Isaac.

But the conflict between Ishmael and Isaac arises in every day life as well, Islam or not.

As soon as you recognize it arising in your daily life, focus on the blessings God has promised us, not the conflict at hand.