Christianity & Zionism: An Unholy Alliance [2003 documentary by Ted Pike]
"the Judeo-Christian tradition"
Although not much of a White nationalist or White advocate–he's far more inclined to unite with his brothers in Christ rather than with his brothers in race–for decades now, Reverend Theadore Winston Pike has been one of the most important voices in the dissident right for bringing attention to the ills of Jewish Supremacism and the terrorist state of Israel.
Pike runs the National Prayer Network, espousing conservative, Christian values. Since as early as the mid-80's, Pike has released a number of books and films for his Christian audience relating to the Jewish Question. His wife, who was always an integral contributor to his work, died under mysterious circumstances in what was ruled as a suicide. In more recent years, the mild-mannered Pike has guest appeared among more contemporary dissident right figures such as Adam Green's "Know More News" show.
One of four excellent and highly informative documentaries released by Pike and his National Prayer Network, "Zionism & Christianity: An Unholy Alliance" debunks the commonly held belief among Christian fundamentalists that the "chosen people" are allies of Christianity and that it is in the interest of the Christian people to maintain friendship with Israel and the Jews. Pike points out how this couldn't be further from the truth, and that neither Jews or the terrorist state of Israel have ever been a true friend or ally of Christianity.
"Today, a foreign goverment–Israel–operates the most powerful lobby in Congress," the host Pike explains during the film's introduction. "This is AIPAC: The American, Israel Public Affairs Committee. Through control of Congress, Israel demands, and gets nearly 5 billion dollars annually. No elected official dares criticize Israel for fear that the Jewish lobby will accuse him of 'anti-Semitism'–the kiss of death for any politician. The president also knows [that] what Israel wants, Israel gets. To act otherwise is political suicide."
How did such a tiny group of people–about 15 million worldwide–acquire such staggering leverage? The answer, as this feature-length film seeks to demonstrate, was through the strongest of all bonds: religious ones.
The Parable of the Wheat and the Weeds, or Tares, is filled with spiritual significance and truth and is an end times prophecy. But, in spite of the clear explanation of the parable that Messiah Jesus gave (Matthew 13:36-43), this parable is very often misinterpreted. The Holy Angels will be separating the wheat (the believers in Messiah Jesus) from the tares (the non believers in Messiah Jesus referred to as the wicked ones).
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