Jewish Messianism: Cover for Khazar Imperialism?

Henry Makow Ph.D. – henrymakow.com June 23, 2012

This period cartoon illustrates the crowned heads of Europe – the ostensible rulers of the day – bowing before Lionel Rothschild on his throne of mortgages, loans and cash. In fact, this was the reality of the day, the effective fruition of the age-old Jewish dream of a New World Order – a Jewish Utopia – in which all other peoples of the planet would bow down and worship the Jewish people, the new rulers of the Earth. For good reason, indeed, Rothschild was known as the "king of kings." (Michael Collins Piper- The New Babylon)

The ideology behind the New World Order may be Jewish Messianism, the view that God has chosen “the King of the Jews” to rule over the nations. This Messiah, or anti-Christ, will be selected from the ranks of the Rothschild family.
This argument is espoused in a rare, suppressed book entitled “Elijah, Rothschilds and the Ark of the Covenant” by Tom Crotser & Jeremiah Patrick (Restoration Press, 1984.)
The book details the Rothschilds quest for and discovery of the Ark of the Covenant, a gold-covered box built by Moses after the Exodus to hold  Aaron’s Rod and the original Ten Commandment tablets. Apparently the Rothschilds intend to place this in Salomon’s Temple in Jerusalem to legitimize their claim to be “the Messiah.”
This bizarre vision rooted in Biblical prophesy is driving economic and political events today. The Zionist vision is much larger than a Jewish homeland. 
“The Messianic hope promises the establishment by the Jews of world power in Palestine to which all the nations of the earth will pay homage,” say the authors. (page 29) 
“This glorious age can only be affected by a man, a scion of the House of David” who will lead the Jews to “righteousness” and “regenerate” the human race.
According to the Talmud, this Messiah from the seed of David shall bring all the heathen nations under subjugation and Israel will become the world power.
Summarizing the Talmud, Rabbi Michael Higger wrote that:  “All the treasures and natural resources of the world will eventually come in possession of the righteous.” This, he said, would be in keeping, with thy prophecy of Isaiah: “In her gain and her hire shall be holiness to the Lord; it shall be not treasured nor laid out, for her gain shall be for them that dwell before the Lord, to eat their fill and for stately clothing.” (The Jewish Utopia, 1932)

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