Israel has Lost Support from Millennial Evangelicals

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
June 3, 2018

John Hagee has been one of the most prominent Christian pastors who demanded his followers to blindly support the Jews and Israel. Younger folks are a bit more skeptical about his message.

One of the most awful and bizarre ideologies popularized by the baby boomer generation has been this concept of Christian Zionism. Jews managed to convince millions of Christians that the formation of Israel in 1948 was the fulfillment of biblical prophecy and a sign that Jesus was returning. They used this insanity to falsely claim that they are God’s chosen people and that opposing them would be the equivalent of opposing God.

Even though millions of self-absorbed baby boomers bought into this madness, evangelical millennials are more skeptical. A new poll shows that they are less supportive of Israel than the baby boomers.

Wall Street Journal:

Older evangelicals have long played a powerful role in pushing the U.S. to support the Israeli government. Just last month, two evangelical pastors spoke at the opening of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, a sign of the role evangelicals played in pushing President Donald Trump to make the move.

Millennial evangelicals, however, are less supportive of Israel and of the U.S.’s involvement in the conflict with the Palestinians. Only 58% of evangelicals ages 18 to 34 hold positive views of Israel, compared with 76% of evangelicals over 65, according to a December survey of more than 2,000 people from LifeWay Research, an evangelical polling organization.

Though the drop is modest—a majority still view Israel positively—it has caught the eye of Christian megachurch pastors, private groups in the U.S. and the Israeli government, all of which have begun working to win over young evangelicals.

The Jews are right to be concerned by this trend. Christian evangelicals represent the core group of Americans who have historically offered blind support of Israel. If they lose the evangelicals, they’re going to have some major political problems.

These are millions of well meaning people who have been misled by a variety of pied pipers and liars to support the Jews. John Hagee is one of the most notable of these figures, but there are many others like him.

It’s actually quite remarkable to see how the Jews were able to get so many Christians to support their insane Zionist project. After all, it was Jesus, the central figure of their religion, who actively opposed the Jews and was eventually killed by them. Jews even brag about how they killed Jesus and will often articulate their disdain for him and Christianity as a whole.

Before America’s churches became kiked, there were pastors all over the country warning people about the Jews. The term “Judeo-Christian” would have been considered an oxymoron in prior generations. It was only popularized by the Jews starting in the 1940s to fool Christians into thinking that that they had common interests and values. This was further reinforced with all the Jewish lies about the Holocaust.

But younger evangelicals are seeing the Jews do some very evil things and it is causing them to question all the lies that they’ve been told about them. It must be hard to reconcile all you’ve been told about the Jews being God’s chosen people when they are shooting and gassing Palestinian protesters in an open air concentration camp.

Time and time again the Jews have proven that they are a tribe whose behavior is driven by a great evil. It’s an absurdity to believe that they are the chosen people of god and it’s good to see that some of these younger evangelicals are finally recognizing this.