First reported on the Ugly Truth:
editor’s note–it may sound like a whole helluva lot of nothing, but there is actually more to it than most would realize–
1. The visceral hatred which Jews entertain for Jesus and all things Christian. The document was signed in a (for the most part) Christian country and whose president–at least nominally–is a Christian. When the Jewish state signs its official documents, it does so using the Hebraic calendar and no one DARES complain about that.
Also note–‘year of our Lord’ is the English translation of the Latin ‘Anno Domini’, or ‘A.D.’, which probably also explains quite a bit about the Judaic reaction against it, given the events of 70 AD by the Romans.
2. Trump–if indeed he is out to placate the Jews in all manners possible–could have omitted that phrase, and all can rest assured that the professionals working within his diplomatic community understood in an instant the significance of including ‘AD’ and how it would be read by Judea Inc, so the question that needs to be asked and answered is–why did he do it?
The Jewish Daily Forward
In the all-consuming debate surrounding President Trump’s Jerusalem statement, little attention was paid to the formal date on the proclamation signed by Trump.
The end of the document stated that it was signed on “this sixth day of December in the year of our Lord two thousand seventeen.” This is the formal language used by the U.S. government for presidential proclamations, referring to the years passed since the birth of Jesus Christ (and the beginning of the Gregorian calendar).
Former U.S. ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro may be the only one who paid any attention to this formulation. In fact, as he explained on Twitter, when Shapiro served in the Obama administration, he “worked hard (with mixed success) to get that standard formulation out of White House proclamations aimed at the Jewish community.”
Shapiro’s hard work may have made a change in the previous administration. But under Trump, the “year of our Lord” is back, even when signing a document recognizing the capital of the Jewish state.
From his book Freud’s Mafia, Paul Boggs exposes the “Judeo-Christianity” term used as propaganda since 1941:
Talmudic scholar, Jacob Neusner, says the following about the deception of “Judeo-Christianity”:
“Theologically and historically, there is no such thing as the Judeo-Christian tradition. It’s a secular myth favored by people who are not really believers themselves”.
In 1972 Talmudist Rabbi, Martin Seigel, declared his excitement for this obvious ruse in New York Magazine. He stated:
“I am devoting my lecture in this seminar to a discussion of the possibility that we are now entering a Jewish century, a time when the spirit of the community, the non-ideological blend of the emotional and rational and the resistance to categories and forms will emerge through the forces of anti-nationalism to provide us with a new kind of society. I call this process the Judaization of Christianity because Christianity will be the vehicle through which this society becomes Jewish”.
In May 2017, we reported:
President Trump will walk back a major campaign promise by not relocating the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, according to a report on Wednesday.
An unnamed White House official told Bloomberg that recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “would not be wise at this time,” especially given the work the Trump administration is doing to promote peaceful negotiations between the Palestinian Authority and the Israeli government.
Although the so-called American Patriots who are actually Neoconservatives who worship Israel instead of Jesus Christ, and are committing treason by putting another country above their own, were jumping up and down for joy when President Trump announced he would in fact move the US Embassy to Jerusalem in the Fall of 2018, we remained skeptical. Trump hasn’t lied to us yet. We follow the actions of the President. We understand how deep the swamp really is.
In January 2018, we reported:
President Trump clarified his position in a statement to Reuters (which is a news outlet controlled by the Rothschild Family) that the embassy move would take longer than that. “By the end of the year? We’re talking about different scenarios,” Trump said, according to the news agency’s transcript.
Trump then explained that “I mean, obviously that would be on a temporary basis” – perhaps hinting that while the embassy won’t move in its entirety, some temporary arrangements could be made to allow more of the embassy’s work to take place in Jerusalem.
He then added, however – “we’re not really looking at that, no.”
President Trump has already flipped Israel’s main disinformation agent, Julian Assange.
If you’re still not convinced, I refer you to the King James Bible verses in Revelation 2:9 and Revelation 3:9.