Zionist warmongers up to their usual hate, jingoism, and bluster. What really interested me in this one was how they are of course out in the open with saying America is supposedly their “enemy”, just because AIPAC’s tentacles have been outmaneuvered on this one. We can all see Tel Aviv is the REAL rogue regime with illegal nuclear weapons.
Then also, the talk of Gog and Magog was also humorous/expected from some of the more end-timers in this crowd. According to most Biblical scholars Gog and Magog, of the Old Testament/Tanakh, was in some mysterious land probably around Antaolia or the Caucasus: with Lydia in ancient western Asia Minor often coming up in scholarly literature. Nothing at all to suggest it was ever Persia/Iran to start with!
The charlatan Hagee’s predecessors like Hal Lindsey back in the ’70s and ’80s were of course fond of trying to say Gog and Magog was allegedly Russia and thus the big, bad Soviet Union at that time. Of course that fell apart for those end-times “prophets”. Who knows some of them have already been reviving that talk in recent years with Putin. I guess it doesn’t matter much to these doomsdayers that Russia and the US are not aligned, making how the US would join with “Gog and Magog” a bit of a headscratcher! It’s all a “pin the tail on the…” type game, for those who often charge that Obama is the Anti-Christ.
If one is just guessing, what will this Zionist propagandist crowd say to: Gog and Magog must be the Khazars of the Caucasus, whom historian Shlomo Sand and geneticist Dr. Eran Elhaik have presented an interesting scientific argument in relation to many Ashkenazi Jews today. Of course all of this is just trying to twist modern day things, peoples and events into something Biblical scholars associate with the contemporary world of the anonymous writers of what became the Bible, not a far distant future.
One of the best books on this history for beginners I s a popular book from back in the late ’90s by a writer named Tim Callahan, entitled “Bible Prophecy: Failure or Fulfillment?”. It was written back at the day of the scare about Y2K and the whole paranoia about the new millennium, but it still makes very good reading on many topics discussed here.