Christians- Zionism's Useful Idiots

November 8, 2009




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The Scofield Bible heralds the coming kingdom of the Jews in which God's Chosen People shall reign over all the earth. Scofield was a longtime fraud paid for by the Jews.







By Tim Campbell ([email protected])


You know the imagery-- millions of Christians around the world have spontaneously disappeared - where did they go?

Some say aliens, others terrorists. Now airplanes are plummeting to destruction, trains derailing, cars crashing, nuclear power plants are melting down and dumbfounded people staggering around in confusion looking for their children... Who unleashed this insanity on mankind?

My brother, who is an atheist, and I were watching TBN a while back and happened upon these images from Kirk Cameron's blockbuster film, Left Behind. There were no shortages of side-splitting laughs. 


The false ideas put forward in most movies and books pertaining to end-times Biblical prophecy appear to most as sheer unadulterated religious stupidity but to the majority of protestant Christians particularly, in America, they are both real and imminent.  


Illuminist propaganda concerning the return of Jesus Christ occupies a central part in a vast structure of deception that will govern Christian minds when some Great Tribulation actually does occur. 


C.I. Scofield's Dispensationalism provides the theological framework for the Christian Zionist movement. Christian Zionism is an important subset of the Christian Dominionist movement, all of which is also being co-opted by Illuminists. These Christians are the ultimate useful idiots... I stagger to communicate what is coming to Christendom in the future. 


The expectation of a false rapture event will be brought to a feverish boil through massive disinformation campaigns as general distress increases over the next decade. 


This madness will then be satiated through a pseudo-rapture simulation, something that will trigger the mass hysteria. We see a prototype of this in the particular elements of the Blue Beam project.  


This rapture event will be an attempt to bring Christians Dominionists on side for King Zion, Lord Maitreya, or the man of sin. A global false worship and initiation rite will be used to lock Christians into a frame of reference that they won't easily escape from, then the mark...  


The Scofield Bible heralds the coming kingdom of the Jews in which God's Chosen People shall reign over all the earth. Scofield, a notorious criminal who popularized dispensational theology, is revered by many Christian evangelicals.  Everywhere that evangelism in America goes, these lies will most surely follow. That is unfortunate, but it is by design. 


While part of the Lotus Club in New York during the late 19th century, Scofield was brought under the domain of Zionists by Samuel Untermeyer, an illuminist. Untermeyer and other key Zionist's recognized within Scofield's theology a very powerful weapon for their cause... and it has flourished in its acceptance until this day. Dispensational theology is a major contributor in the founding and continuance of the current Jewish state.  
  

Untermeyer later became chairman of the Anti-Nazi league, American Jewish Committee and American League of Jewish Patriots. He blackmailed President Wilson into placing Louis Dombitz Brandeis into a vacant seat on the Supreme Court. In 1933, on WABC, he declared war on Germany and described Jews as the aristocrats of the world.  


Untermeyer brought Scofield into correspondence with many important Zionist leaders of the day like Jacob Schiff, Bernard Baruch and Samuel Gompers to name a few. They were his handlers and funders.  


Dispensationalism and its attendant false ideas like the pre-tribulation rapture is probably the most pestilent propaganda being promoted today. The ultimate purpose of these teachings will lead the masses to destruction in the future through a false worship type of event.  


This said, the doctrine has many more detrimental immediate consequences. Its exponents find refuge in the comfort of not having to participate in the future affairs of mankind. Potent deceptions surround the Christian Zionist movement and Dispensationalism - dig here; there is no end to what you will uncover.





Comments for "Christians- Zionism's Useful Idiots"

Kurt said (November 11, 2009):

I think the Cryptocracy figured out long ago that they could clandestinely fund obscure radical movements, build them up in their controlled media, and pit them against one another (Nazism vs. Communism) to create the Hegelian “synthesis”.

They control the majority of world governments with their central banking scam with one exception; the Islamic states. So starting 100 years ago they promoted Zionism/ Dispensationalism (thesis) and Wahhabism (anti-thesis) leading to the present conflict in the Middle East. There doesn’t seem to be any shortage of zealots to exploit on either side.


Tony said (November 10, 2009):

More and more on your site I see comments from people who put the major onus, or as much onus as they feel they can use, for all evil, on the Jesuits. They are deluded. Probably willfully deluded, which seems to be a Protestant requirement. Never forget that the very name of protestantism is a protest against The Church. Before that protest Christianity was singular. Now it is fragmented beyond rational belief. Any idiot with a glib tongue can start a Protestant sect - and many do.

Modern day Jesuits are, in essence, corrupted into just another Protestant sect. But the order was begun to save the Church from destruction by infiltration and corruption, which it did. That is why it is so hated by the Talmudists, of which group protestantism most always seems to be an adjunct. As a matter of fact, Calvin, one of the great heroes of beginning protestantism - and one of the more radical - was Jewish. Don't know if he qualified as a Talmudist or not but he had the wild-eyed earmarks.

Scofield's lies, as you have shown with Tim Campbell's article, fit this description to a "T." Even Israeli Jews, who stand to benefit most, must laugh up their sleeves at the ideological nonsense driven "dispensationalism" worshipers. They are more "Zionist" than the pragmatic Israeli Zionists.


David said (November 10, 2009):

I appreciate the fact that this subject of a pre-trib rapture is presented, because the teaching has done as much to destroy souls as any other satanic intrigue. I would hope that Chris and any other that consider this doctrine as truth, please consider that Revelations 19: 11 to chapter 20:1-6 states that the first resurrection takes place after the anti-Christ has established his reign of terror and mark of the beast system. Therefore, since the gathering mentioned in I Thesslonians 4 states that the dead in Christ shall rise first, this will happen after the tribulatio, when Jesus Christ returns and destroys the beast.
This is as simple and straight forward an explanation of truth that most pre-tribbers don't want to accept, and is a sad testimony of the heart. Nothing else can paint a better picture of the fear in one's heart than the desire of many to leave behind those whom are just as undeserving of salvation as they are. This attitude of the heart is not what Jesus Christ taught, and opens the door for many to ignore prophetic scripture as a consequence of their belief that they won't be here. As a result, this fear of the heart will make these unfortunate souls easy game for the anti-Christ. I pray that these many victims of false teaching return to the Word, and receive the truth.


Steven said (November 10, 2009):

Henry, you lost my repsect posting this. At least you didn't write it. Dispensationalism is under vicious attack these days. Most of the Church's enemies are within the Church like this writer. But he is simply fulfilling prophecy when naysayers say "where is the promise of his coming?"Some of the early Church fathers believed in premillenialism and the
pre-trib rapture. It is not new theology. And neither is believing in God's promise to restore Israel for the millenium. Illuminsts control Israel at present but they are the useful idiots God is using for his purposes.

I have no opinion of Scofield one way or the other but he and Darby have been made the scapegoats of hated Biblical theology that modern liberals cannot bear. Even some modern day new agers believe in a rapture event that will remove "undesirables". One day the blind and foolish will learn but too late.


Jay said (November 10, 2009):

I can't let Chris's assertion [below] pass that the doctrine of the rapture is Biblical all the way. No it is not!!!

The bottom line is, when Christ returns that will be it: "At the last trump"... As for timing, "When the Lord shall build up Zion, He shall appear in His glory" (Ps 102:16), Zion being the transcendent Church, aka the body of believers throughout history. There is no multi-stage return and no predictable date since no man (nor angel) knows the day nor the hour. If you take the simple statements from the Bible, you can draw no other conclusion. If, however, you try to interpret complex symbolic passages without using the simple statements as a starting point, you'll end up investing in a muddled and contradictory view of the future, such as Jesuit-crafted Dispensationalism.

This is all vitally important of course, as we really need understanding to avoid being deceived by false christs and their prophets. In a "Blue Beam" scenario, this is even more so.


Guy said (November 10, 2009):

I must say “WOW”. I really loved the article by Mr. Campbell. It reminded me of one of the first in-depth conversations that I had with my wife prior to our marriage. It was one that I thought would actually prevent us from being married.

My wife is, and will probably always be, more devote to her faith than I. Not that I feel there is nothing to have faith in but that there is more to be learned through a combination of scripture and a correlative study of history and the sociology of the times rather than simply going to services on Sunday and soaking up what someone else has discerned as the truth.

My almost disastrous discussion with my wife started because I told her that I thought the concept of the rapture was invalid. She retorted with the idea that it was in the Bible. Well, I had studied the Bible some in my youth during and after high school and had gone to explore several faiths. Some of these were considered fundamentalist and some had touted the rapture concept as valid, but there were as many that did not.

I am also a student of history and had I not decided to go into Advertising would probably be teaching in a university somewhere. So combining my 2 desires for understanding of history and that of the true meaning of life, I went to several Churches looking for answers as well as, history.

My understanding of dispensationalism was that it was initiated, on a grand scale, by Charles Nelson Darby who converted Scofield. This historical perspective caused me to doubt the validity of dispensationalism. I was unaware of Lacunza, and that will surely give me hours of research and contemplation on the development of the dispensationalist movement.

Regards, and thanks again for the stimulating material you provide on your site.


Dan said (November 10, 2009):

Canadian Serge Monast exposed "B;ue Beam" before the internet. I remember quite well the early 90's we got our 'underground' information at offbeat college area bookshops with a 'conspiracies' rack, or funky student ghetto 'cult' video rental stores.

'Millennium' and 2012 'Mayan calendar' and other 'alternative rapture' rumors were already in distribution.

Back then it seemed like a small time gypsy fortune teller sort of racket, selling little books and videos promising to tell about how and when the 'end time' would occur. But with the full spectrum, big time lockstep media psychic driving of these themes twenty years on, Serge's warning that the end of time hoaxes are the top down plot for convincing billions of people that the old Theosophist's Lord Maitreya - the one-size-fits-all messiah. is come seems impossible to dismiss as paranoid speculation.

"The infamous NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration] Blue Beam Project has four different steps in order to implement the new age religion with the Antichrist at its head. We must remember that the new age religion is the very foundation for the new world government, without which religion the dictatorship of the new world order is completely impossible. I'll repeat that: Without a universal belief in the new age religion, the success of the new world order will be impossible! That is why the Blue Beam Project is so important to them, but has been so well hidden until now. ~ Serge Monast, 1994.

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/projectbluebeam25jul05.shtml

I now believe they're really going to try to pull it off.


Chris said (November 10, 2009):

I just had to respond to the article by Mr. Campbell regarding his view of the Rapture as "Illuminist propaganda". The doctrine of the Rapture is Biblical all the way. His statement-"I stagger to communicate what is coming to Christendom in the future"- reveals his unbelief in the Scriptures. The Bible clearly teaches that the TRUE CHRISTIANS WON'T EVEN BE HERE when Antichrist and the Illuminati come to full power. The Antichrist CANNOT be revealed to the world until this event comes to pass. All those left behind will realise that God really is in control. In addition, the evidence of opened graves will be further proof that this event will not be an Illuminati-conjured event....since the Bible also teaches that "the dead in Christ shall rise first, then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them..." It's a pity that people are going to have to learn the hard way because of their lack of faith. The "souls under the alter" the Book of Revelation refers to are people who are persecuted BECAUSE THEY WERE CONVERTED TO CHRISTENDOM AFTER THE RAPTURE. The unbelieving and the "pretenders" will be the only people on earth when the 7 year Tribulation period begins.


John said (November 10, 2009):

Mr. Makow.....I just read T. Campbell's article on Christians are useful idiots and the things related to the rapture of the church. Early in my Christian life (late 70s&early 80s) I studied with a small group of men who were and are followers of the Scofield teachings. The more I studied the word of God the more I realized that what they were pushing was not in scripture. One of my prayers back then and even now is"Lord never let me believe a lie, but rather find your truth in what ever measure you might give me". I don't have a lot of education (college etc.) but what I do have is the desire to follow God's ways. I still use the authorized version of the Bible and find it to be very powerful in my life as it is the book which transformed my life. Also I learned some useful things from Mathew Henry's commentary, mostly how different preaching was in his day compared to today. As for the church I see only one Israel of God which was in the old testament and when Christ appeared the new testament Gentiles were grafted into the true Israel of God and the Jews who rejected Christ were broken off. Even today many still don't believe and I hope and pray many will turn to Christ and be saved from their sins. Just some of my thoughts on the church and Israel.

Have a blessed day.."They looked unto him and were lightened and their faces were not ashamed" PS34


Mike said (November 9, 2009):

That was an excellent article by Tim Campbell. And to take his thoughts to their ultimate conclusion, the dispensational movement inside of Christianity is one of the chief supporters and defenders of the cause that will bring about the antichrist! How tragic and ironic that so many Christians are working against the cause of Christ in the name of Christ.

I am very familiar with it all for my background was in dispensationalism, but came out of it over 30 years ago because of my study of the Word of God. Yet many of my Pastor friends are still in it. These are good men, but their training, like mine, was either at a dispensational college or seminary, or they trained under dispensational men. So you can see how the bias was implanted. But many are leaving that position, which is good to hear.

The dispensational movement began back in the 1800's with a book called, The Coming of the Messiah in Glory", or close to that. It was written by a man under the pseudonym of Rabbi Ben Ezra, who allegedly became a Christian. Many Christians lapped it up and it started the Church in England down a different path. The Catholic Apostolic Church was one of the first, then it was the Plymouth Brethren movement, then on to C.I. Scholfield, then on to Dallas Seminary in Texas. Where it now influences most Baptists, Charismatics and Independents.

But little did they know that the man's name wasn't Rabbi Ben Ezra, and he wasn't a converted Jew, but his actual name was Lacunza, (pronounced Lacuntha), and he was a Jesuit priest! In one fell swoop the Church of the Reformation stopped looking for the intrigues of the Pope and the Jesuits, because they now believed that the Church would be raptured before all that!

I've tried to point out the heresy of their position by showing them various doctrines, such as, that the Jews aren't the people of God - they were, but Christians are now. "Once you were not a people, but now, (nun de, νυν δε), you are the people of God; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy." 1 Peter 2:10

Another verse, which they misinterpret and misapply, is Genesis 12:7, "And the LORD appeared unto Abram, and said, Unto thy seed will I give this land: and there builded he an altar unto the LORD, who appeared unto him.", where they boldly proclaim that God gave the land to the Jews! But when you go through the text in the original, it's very clear that it's in the masculine singular showing that God gave it to one man. And in Galatians 3:16, "Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ.", the Apostle Paul is very clear in stating that the one man, the seed, that God gave the land to was none other than his Son, Jesus Christ! This is all covered by my Online study, "The Seed".

I have another Online study, which proves that Christ is the heir of the land of Israel, not racial Israelites and that is in the "Parable of the Tenants".


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at