|Hitler was elected Chancellor in 1933|
because he promised to make Germany
great again as a Christian nation.
Such are promises as Simon and Garfunkle once sang. It's kind of sad to see. Billy Graham's son is all over Facebook trying to explain why it's okay to vote for Trump. I'm sorry, but I don't buy it. Historically we've seen it all before and the devil is nothing, if not determined to conquer the world his way. It's the whole point of the great controversy between God and Lucifer. It should come as no surprise that Lucifer sticks to his same strategy built upon the premise that free will is too dangerous and that humans need a ruler (namely him) to keep them in line.
So here we go again, this time in the United States instead of Europe or Asia or somewhere else. This election, we have been presented with two cartoon candidates who are both understudies for the father of lies. To vote for either is to vote for what you hope is the lesser of two evils. I keep asking someone to show me in scripture where it says, "Thou shalt choose the lesser of two evils." No one ever has. They just repeat the lesser of two evils argument or try to make excuses for Trump's abysmal behavior, his somersaulting policies and his serial lying. He and Hillary could be sisters.
Remember this. In 1933, Adolph Hitler was supported by the churches of Germany because he promised to protect their liberties, because he promised to "Make Germany Great Again" (sound familiar?) and because he was less evil than the Weimar Republic candidate.
© by Tom King
- Hitler did not close churches.
- Hitler did not execute clergymen.
- Hitler did not exterminate Jews.
- Hitler did not exterminate Gypsies.
- Hitler did not over-run Europe.
- Hitler did not execute 6 million Germans who didn't agree with him.
- Hitler did not bomb civilians, steal art treasures for himself or shoot rockets at London......
© by Tom King