Election Reflections


Election Reflections

Amid all the commentary and analyses on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, one prophetic overtone escapes all the pundits.

The demographers have concluded that women, youth and voters of foreign birth were instrumental in swinging the vote toward the reelection of Barack Obama to the U.S. presidency. President Obama won 55 percent of women’s votes, 60 percent of voters aged between 18 and 24, and 71 percent of the Hispanic vote.

An end-time prophecy for the Anglo-Saxon nations came immediately to mind when I heard that analysis: Women and children shall rule over them (Isaiah 3:4, 12), and “The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low” (Deuteronomy 28:43).

America was a nation carved out by the courage, tenacity, inventiveness and sheer hard work of the Anglo-Saxon peoples. The heaviest ethnic component of this stalwart group of pioneers were the Manassites, an expansionary Israelite tribe (read The United States and Britain in Prophecy for proof of this).

The nation’s Founding Fathers authored a Constitution for the establishment of the nation based on biblical guidelines. The guiding force for its moral base was the book we call the Holy Bible. The language was that of mother England, the law modeled largely on British precedents based on British Crown Law.

The nation thus built became the greatest economic, industrial and military force in the world, bringing its might to bear on the victorious outcome to two great world wars against tyranny.

Sadly, America’s great economic success encouraged a culture of hedonism at home following World War ii which, over ensuing decades, succeeded in breaking apart the very foundational building block of any decent society—the nuclear family.

The result was that youthful rebellion against parents became entrenched in American society, the child being permitted disproportionate influence over the parents, and being kow-towed to by fashion, music and entertainment, their perverse likes and dislikes even having bearing on the forms of education offered them.

In tandem with the shock of the youth culture, feminism raised its ugly head. Women began to assert themselves over an increasingly weakened male population, depleted of much of its strength by two world wars.

Then came the later phenomenon of the immigration of incompatible ethnic groups into America.

Unlike earlier movements of Shemite migrants from Britain and Europe—groups prepared to integrate with the dominant Manassite population—the later migration of ethnic peoples, unwilling to speak the native tongue, be educated in the U.S. heritage, nor accept its religion and culture, began to dislocate the nation from its founding principles.

America ceased to exist as “one nation under God” in practice.

The upshot was that the once mighty U.S., lacking collective commitment to an overriding positive vision of its destiny, stopped winning its wars, increasingly withdrew from battle and ceased to even supply adequate and timely protection for its diplomatic forces in the field.

With its infrastructure fraying beyond fixing in the wake of increasing curses of storm, wind and fire, its commerce largely stolen by those who once were the beneficiaries of its economy, its financial base teetering on the brink of massive collapse, the U.S. is today a sad and increasingly sorry witness to the results of mass rebellion against the source of its once manifold blessings—the great Creator God.

Thus it is that the outcome of the elections for its national leader are now vested largely not in the hands of strong, masculine leadership, but rather decided by the feminized vote, the inexperience of youth and the self-interest of the stranger who dwells amid its gates.

The outcome is a continuing reinforcing of the phenomenon of degradation of national leadership, even as the prophecy loudly declares, “O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths” (Isaiah 3:12).

Study our booklet No Freedom Without Law for deeper insight into the reasons for the state of today’s society, and the solution to it.