Saturday, May 15, 2021

"God Knew the Jews Were Going to Have a Pretty Interesting History." Bieganski Interview # 21


Hamas rockets launched toward Israel 5/10/21 AP Khalil Hamra 

My grandparents fled pogroms in Europe at the turn of the century, and then fifty years later a lot of our people there was the Holocaust, and now here we are half a century after that and anti-Semitism is on the rise big time, not just in Ukraine, but in a lot of places in Europe and in this country as well.
In my neighborhood now in Bloomington, Indiana, some of my neighbors had a Jewish sounding last name, had shots fired at their house, and their barn burnt to the ground.


The local temple here had an incident. It was in the paper. I don't know the extent of the damage, but there was damage, and they ended up catching two or three white Aryan supremacists who tried to desecrate it.


Anti-Semitism is a spirit and it doesn't go away. Been around for a long, long, long, long time. Even the Bible says that Jerusalem becomes a stumbling block to the nations. The enemy hates Jewish people. It's not gonna stop until after Messiah comes back the second time and the enemy is taken out of the picture completely. And at that point, I believe, from reading the scripture, the Lord will reign and rule from Jerusalem.


It's hard not to sound erudite, but the Jewish people were God's first born. Anything that God creates the enemy hates.


When God called Abraham out, from the time Abraham covenanted with God, and told him what his seed was gonna be, if you look at Genesis 12, 3, it says, God's saying, 'Those who bless you I will bless, those who curse you I will curse.' And I think that God knew that the Jewish people were going to have a pretty interesting history from there on.


"By the enemy you mean Satan?"


That's who I mean.


"So, is anti-Semitism Satanic?"


Absolutely. I believe it's a Satanic spirit. Is that a little more metaphysical than we wanted to get with this? [laughs]


We're talking about generational spirits. We're talking about familiar spirits. Things that are passed down sometimes people believe and go about things without really knowing why they are doing it. They're inculcated.


"The people who shot at your neighbor's house and burned down their barn. Were they ever arrested?"


No. I have no idea who it was.


Informant was a 50 year old man who grew up Jewish in New Jersey and later became a Christian.


THE BACKGROUND on these interviews, that is, when they were conducted, who the informants were, and why I post them, see here.


"To Chew Someone Down" Bieganski Interview #1

"Poles are Inherently Comic Janitors" Bieganski Interview # 2

"My Father Began to Conceal His Jewish Origins" Bieganski Interview # 3

They Worked Like Moles Their Whole Lives Bieganski Interview # 4

"She Never, and I Mean Never, Threw Anything Away" Bieganski Interview # 5

"They Always Kept One Token Jew" Bieganski Interview # 6

"White Privilege? I Laugh" Bieganski Interview # 7

"Stalin Died and I Was Set Free" #8

"The Jew is Clever. The Pole is Obnoxious, Loud, and Stupid." #9

"My Grandfather Let Anastasia Escape" #10

"I No Longer Practice Anything Except Reciting Yizkor and Lighting Yahrzeit Candles for My Parents"# 11

"I Have Always Been Afraid to Get Close to Any 'Real' Jews"# 12

Shiksa # 13

"Germans. I don't Like Hearing the Language" #14

"Those Shoes Kick My People to Death" #15

"Why Get Your Hopes Up?" # 16

"Goyim Sell Their Children for a Bottle of Whiskey" # 17

"My Father Was Beaten Up By Right-Wing Polish Extremists" # 18

"My Great Grandfather Was Attacked by Some Kids in Canada" # 19

"You Cannot Get that Job Unless You Are Jewish" # 20

"God Knew the Jews Were Going to Have a Pretty Interesting History." Bieganski Interview # 21

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