It’s Happening

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The thing with Divine Revelation is that it is hard to notice. But sensitive people of all stripes can and do notice what is going on. Those with heartened hearts do not see what is happening even if its in front of their noses. But those who understand the ways of the Gods can sense it even thousands of miles away.

The Minister of the Interior (!) of Israel had this to say about the American election. (H/T Vladimir)

Shas chairman and Interior Minister Arye Deri said Thursday that Donald Trump’s election could herald the coming of the Messiah due to the blow he expects the next president will strike against the “non-Orthodox Jewish hold on the US government.”

“There is no doubt that one can give thanks to God that all those who have damned the [Jewish] covenant and would wipe out Judaism, thinking they could take control over the Land of Israel here and lead reforms in order to cause destruction received their blow,” Deri said during an address to the local religious council of Ashdod.

“Their influence and the great threat they posed to us because they held [control over] the US government… They understand that this power has disappeared and we can continue, God willing, to strengthen traditional religion and Judaism, transmitted down to us from generation to generation.”

Trump’s election, he added, presages the coming of the Messianic Age.

“If such a miracle can happen, we have already reached the days of the Messiah. Therefore, we are really in the era of the birth pangs of the Messiah when everything has been flipped to the good of the Jewish people.”

Now of course, when you have a hammer everything looks like a nail. To an Orthodox Jew, every hint of Divine Intervention looks like the coming of the Messiah. Different religions saw the Flood or the birth of Jesus in different ways; it’s natural that each have their own interpretation. But only one is True. And of course, we all know that what happened on Tuesday was not the Jewish Messiah. It was the prophecy of Kek.

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And the works of Kek were done through the phallic avatar we call Anthony Weiner. Who incidentally is Jewish, so perhaps Mr. Deri has a point. But anyway.

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These are minor details. I’m happy for Israel’s Minister. Let us all rejoice. Praise Kek.

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  2. “But those who understand the ways of the Gods can sense it even thousands of miles away.”

    The Gods? I’m confused. Are there other gods beside KeK?

    The Faithful need scripture! Praise Kek.

  3. [Pepe 3:11] Whereupon the Hillary summoned a media coven to scream out her rage against the Alt Right.
    [Pepe 3:12] But her red faced, eye bulging fury led her to inadvertently shatter the glass barrier of sanity and fall into the grip of madness.
    [Pepe 3:13] And from within the deepest pits of the most insane depravity the Hillary bellowed forth a Great Blasphemy.
    [Pepe 3:14] Thus was sullied the sacred name of Pepe, the Avatar of Kek.
    [Pepe 3:15] The cosmic order was undone.
    [Pepe 3:16] The Almighty Kek sought remedy.
    [Pepe 3:17] And so it passed that on the day of 9/11 the Almighty Kek struck the Hillary down into her own footprint.
    [Pepe 3:18] Thus the Almighty Kek restored balance.
    [Pepe 3:19] Lulz ensued.

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  5. Just for you spandrell – there is but one God – Kek, and Pepe is his prophet.

    Behead those who insult Pepe.

    (Tongue in cheek – all faithful Kek worshipers know that Kek is one of many gods).

  6. Anonymous@anoy.com

    So, in all seriousness, how’s Japan and China taking this?

    • Japan is freaking out. China is amused but in a good way.

      • “Amused but in a good way” is not a feeling-state that the faces of Brooklyn’s Cantonese masses ever express, to the extent that these faces ever express any feeling-state whatsoever.

        • Anonymous@anoy.com

          I express feeling-states. Round eyes just have a hard time understanding the hidden kekeke. Crouching grin, hidden snicker.

      • Spandrell I don’t have a firm grasp of Japanese domestic politics so can you explain to me why Abe seems to be panicking? The election wasn’t over but by three days that Abe has already come to kowtow to the Trumpenfuhrer. The dishonest media being what it is is shamelessly spinning this as a deepening of US-Japan security ties but honestly this smacks of an unplanned obeisance ritual made in unseemly haste as a panic response by Abe. Am I misreading the situation or is my intuition correct?

        • Anonymous@anony.com

          Well, I don’t see any other allies that he has and there is China, where holiness is apparently signified by expressing anger at the Japanese.

        • Your intuition is correct. Trump is scrapping TPP, and openly said Japan should go nuclear and stop relying on the US for protection.

          As much as the local altright likes the idea, the establishment is in utter panic.

      • Is Japan freaking out because “racism LGBTQ sexism safetypin Hallelujah not my president” or because they see a threat to their own nationalist agenda?

  7. Kek willing, in 2024 the US will have its first half-Czech President.

  8. Given your email troubles, I’ll post here. A commenter asked on Jim’s Blog: “The Chinese are not under Harvard’s sway. What do the Chinese think of global warming?”

    Your the NRx exert on everything Chinese. What say you?

  9. Kekism is the new religion you’ve been calling for, making you the prophet of this religion.

    • I’m just a sympathetic philosopher who later saw the light. Praise Kek.

      • Anonymous@anony.com

        having spent some time with kek followers, I wonder if they might have actually stumbled on a remarkably effective way to spread a message and evoke feelings. All of the necessary requirements for a religion for the easily distracted these days.

  10. I only found left wing claims to virtue believable when it seemed that they were going to win and go on winning. When the Khmer Rouge started to genocide themselves, I ceased to find leftist virtue convincing, and have never found it convincing since.

    Failure and weakness should be viewed as contagious, and should be punished. Yes, the deserving poor should be helped, but most of the poor are the undeserving poor, who mostly need a good whipping.

    If you read the background story to King Brennus’ famous command “Woe to the vanquished”, you will realize that in this particular case, the vanquished really had it well and truly coming, and got off lightly.

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