Friday, October 10, 2008

Conservative Chloe Responds to Palin's Attackers

Conservative Chloe responds to my blog on Sarah Palin, Anti-Semitism and Jewish Prejudice here. Her thoughts follow:

The reasoning behind the anti-Semite questions surrounding first Senator Obama and more recently Gov. Palin are not only important to Israel and the Jewish community in America, but for every citizen living in the United States. God clearly states in the Bible, “those who bless Israel will be blessed, those who curse Israel will be cursed.” We must accurately assess each candidate’s intentions toward Israel not only for their safety as an ally, but to secure our blessing and protection as a Nation.

In Dr. Langbert’s blog post ‘Sarah Palin, Anti-Semitism and Jewish Prejudice’ he addressed allegations made by others that Gov. Palin may be an anti-semite for attending a church where an alleged anti-semite spoke. She also was accused of attending a function with Pat Buchanan, whom many affiliate with anti-semitism. The first allegation is in regards to a group ‘Jews for Jesus’ that were not vetted and spoke at her church. She was in attendance. I have looked into this group and from what I saw on their website they are not anti-semitic and in fact appear to be the opposite. For those wanting to research here is their link: They observe all the Jewish holidays and yet believe that Jesus is their Lord. They invite both Jesus believing Jewish people (I believe that is Messianic Jew) and non-believing Jewish people. It appears they are evangelizing to the Jewish community. If they were anti-Semites, they would not care about saving the Jewish community and leading them to the Lord. While many in the Jewish community may be offended by this, that is the very nature of Christianity. To share Jesus with others who do not believe in him. In a statement by David Brickner clarifying the incident:

I want to thank those of you who have commented either here or in e-mails in response to the media furor over my remarks at Wasilla Bible Church on August 17th. The comments attributed to me were taken out of context. The notion that the terrorist, bulldozer attack in Jerusalem this summer was God’s judgment on Israel for not believing in Jesus, is absolutely not what I believe. In retrospect, I can see how my rhetoric might be misunderstood and I truly regret that.

Of course I never expected the kind of magnifying glass scrutiny on a message where I was speaking extemporaneously. Let me be clear. I don’t believe that any one event whether a terrorist attack or a natural disaster is a specific fulfillment of or manifestation of a Biblical prediction of judgment. I don’t believe that the newspaper should be used to interpret the Bible. The Bible interprets the Bible.

I love my Jewish people and the land of Israel. I stand with and support her against all efforts to harm her or her people in any way. Please feel free to read my further explanations, in my Realtime article and in the interviews I did with Christianity Today and NBC.

David Brickner

Another attack against Gov. Palin is she “once” appeared at an event with Pat Buchanan. I found Gov. Palin’s explanation of this “incident”, it was reported:

Palin wrote a letter to her local newspaper making clear that her appearance at the Buchanan event wasn’t an endorsement of his candidacy. Published July 26, 1999, the letter said:

“As mayor of Wasilla, I am proud to welcome all presidential candidates to our city. This is true regardless of their party, or the latest odds of their winning. When presidential candidates visit our community, I am always happy to meet them. I’ll even put on their button when handed one as a polite gesture of respect……” (

In an Arab news article ( in regards to Gov. Palin meeting with Israeli officials it was also noted: “Palin displays an Israeli flag in her office window despite the tiny Jewish population in her state.”

Sounds like the media was making a mountain out of a molehill in an attempt to cast doubts on Gov. Palin’s sincerity when it comes to her support for Israel and the Jewish community. It is one thing to have one incident of a suspected association that turns out to be false. It becomes an issue when a Presidential candidate sits in the pew of a church for 20 years listening to a Pastor’s diatribe about his dislike not only for Jews and Israel, but also for his own Country.

There is a very large and very successful attempt in America and in Israel to repair relations between Christians and the Jewish Community. Many organizations have been established to rekindle a relationship that was damaged shortly after the crucifixion of Jesus when the Romans convinced Christians that the Jews were the ones who killed Him (when in fact it was the Roman Empire). This led to the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, a Holocaust in which most Christians turned their backs on their Jewish brothers and sisters.

Now the Christian community has opened their eyes to the Jewish community and realizes they are an ally, and not an enemy. The distrust in the eyes of the Jewish community is substantiated given the track record of people who are supposed to believe in a loving Jesus. But while this attempt has seen the fruits of its labor under such organizations as Christians United for Israel and other organizations, there is an attempt to undermine the process.

Progressives and anti-Semitic groups in America (mainly the pseudo-intellectual community) and abroad will do anything and everything to undermine the process or anyone supporting the process. They view a united Christian/Jewish coalition as very dangerous to their efforts to annihilate Israel. It is their tactic and attempt to pit those working in this relational effort against one another (a tactic many times used by Satan himself). I assure you we will continue to see this type of reckless behavior from the liberal media, other countries and anyone opposing Israel’s right to exist as a Nation.

In a comment in response to Dr. Langbert’s defense of Gov. Palin someone stated:

Protestant Church? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. This church is an Apocolyptic bunch of whacked end-timers, they speak in tongues and do demonic exorcisms! They are Creationists who deny absolutely every shred of science. You talk like these guys are Methodists. They are outside mainstream Christianity as Scientologists! You either have absolutely no knowledge of Protestantism or you will defend Republicans no matter how ridiculous the argument is.

It is interesting to note that a person who thinks the Christian community is crazy because we don’t support evidence-based scientific theories (emphasis on theory) and yet has dismissed the scientific backings of intelligent design/Creationism findings is truly ignorance. There is much data and research archaeologically, geologically, biologically etc. to back up intelligent design/creationism. People who think we are ignorant for believing a different set of scientific data and research just as concrete if not more so than evolution which is also backed up by a very large book that has been more accurate then any Darwinist ideal are by their very nature deceived. Or maybe just demon possessed and in need of exorcism.

If this person thinks we are a bunch of apocalyptic wackos well, I guess he/she will just have to wait for the apocalypse to see who is right. And he better be right that we are a bunch of wackos because the alternative will not be to his/her advantage.

For those wackos looking for the science to back up intelligent design:

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