by Paul Jones
To my way of thinking, there are basically two secular ideologies competing for power in the world today, Zionism and National Socialism. (While the befuddled Christian Zionists think of Zionism as a religion, they are mistaken) With the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980’s and the subsequent changes in other countries professing to be communist, such as China, the overriding power struggle now involves only two ideologies.
The main “bouncing ball” to watch in politics today is that of Zionism, which emerged triumphant at the end of W.W. II and achieved its long term dream with the creation of the nation of Israel in 1948.
Up until when Israel became a state, there had been a strong emotional and intellectual attachment of many Jews in the world to the Soviet Union. But after 1948 a shift occurred so that gradually the United States became…
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