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Richard Edmondson

I am a novelist, poet, journalist, and peace activist. My latest book is The Memoirs of Saint John: No Greater Love, a novel about the life of Christ as told from the perspective of John the son of Zebedee, the youngest of the twelve disciples. To find out more about the novel, including reviews and a synopsis, visit our Memoirs of Saint John page.

In this blog much of my focus is on the Middle East, particularly the occupation of Palestine and events as they are now playing out in Syria. While I am a Christian, I am not a Christian Zionist.  The founding of Israel in 1948 was not the fulfillment of God’s prophecy Christian Zionists believe it to be (apartheid and endless occupation are not part of the divine plan), but if you read the second chapter of II Thessalonians you will notice Saint Paul foretelling the coming of a “powerful delusion”–and certainly Israel and its supporters in the mainstream media, to the extent that Paul’s prediction applies here, have practiced the art of deception to a rather stunning degree.

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  1. HI, interesting website, thanks.
    Check out TheWorldOfTruth.net please, thanks. It contains the Hallett Reports and videos about the Illegitimacy of the Current British Monarchy, which has a lot to do with Israel, as you know.

    • You mean Khazar impostors posting as Jews who are clearly the synagogue of Satan of Revelation 2:9 and 3:9 who are doing the devil’s work?

      You psychopathic monsters need to crawl back into the viper pit from which you have emerged. Your demonizing and vilifying the righteous has come to an end.

  2. Amazing that someone who disagrees can only be violent and profane and insulting… a product of the Talmud no doubt. Richard, I can’t find an email on you… email me please… would like to share some things with you that I know will be of interest… thanks, Robert

  3. Hi Richard, just wandering if you’d mind answering the question of whether you’re a holocaust denier or not? I couldn’t see you doing that, but others i’ve seen (on FB) are saying you are.

    Thanks in advance,

    • I’m not a holocaust denier, I’m a truth-seeker. I think all periods of history should be open to historical inquiry without having to worry about being fired from your job or thrown in jail. I don’t know if that answers your question, but that’s pretty much my only position on the holocaust.

      • Richard, It’s refreshing to see someone else as grounded in seeking the truth wherever it may lead. Your Biblical references to the times in which we are living leads me to conclude that it is quite likely that you have arrived at the same understanding that I have: that we are living in the final days of the great tribulation foretold in Daniel 12 and Matthew 24.

        I would encourage you to consider taking a more assertive stance on whether it is even remotely possible that the holohoax could possibly have occurred than you reveal here. I fully realize that anyone doing so invites an angry tirade of vilification and demonization from members of the synagogue of Satan, but this is their kingpin position off of which everything else hangs. Destroy the fraud of the holohoax and their house of cards of endless deception becomes almost too difficult to deny, does it not?

        I have adopted this very stance in my book, “Making Sense Out of a World Gone Mad: A Roadmap for God’s Elect Living in the Final Days of the End Times.” I think you are likely to share most of the outlook I share there which boils down to this: 1) the Khazar “jewish” Illuminati Freemason Zioinist global elite conspiracy is very real and is rooted in the demonic teachings of the Babylonian Talmud and Zohar Kaballah of the occult and orthodox Judaism (one and the same thing), 2) it reveals that we are living in the final days of end times Bible prophecy in which eight end times prophecies have already been fulfilled with hair-splitting accuracy, 3) these signs include clues revealing that we are living in the final year of the great tribulation and that the second coming of Christ HAS to occur sometime during a 45 day window of time in late 2016 – less than 11 months from now, 4) these signs reveal conclusively that the Bible in its entirety is, and always has been, 100% trustworthy, reliable and true and precisely what it claims to be: the pure and inspired words of YHWH (God) to mankind, specifically to the elect, and 5) the implications of these conclusions are profoundly important: it means that almost everything the vast majority of mankind today invests their lives and their priorities is are virtually meaningless. Those who number among God’s born again elect are capable of grasping these truths. Those who are not have already been sent that strong delusion you write of. They will never understand. Daniel 12:10 assures us of this.

        It turns out that solomon had it right in Ecclesiastes 12:13:

        “Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man.” For those of us blessed through no merit of our own to number among the elect, I would add to this: “Trust God fully.” There is no other answer to these dilemmas the world now faces.

      • Watchman, I agree with some of what you say, though I would also take issue with a few things. I do not believe in the idea of “biblical inerrancy, and I am of the view that Christians today place way, WAY too much emphasis on the Old Testament. You might want to read my article on the ancient Christian church-founder Marcion, Chuck the Old Testament? An Early Christian Who May have had a Good Idea, who was adamantly opposed to even including the Old Testament as sacred scripture. And probably with good reason. The OT is full of blood and genocide. Yes, there are a few pleasant passages like the verse in Isaiah about beating swords into plowshares, but there are also passages like I Samuel 15 that call for the slaughter of whole peoples, including women, children, and even infants. It is overemphasis on the OT by Christians that has led to the rise of Christian Zionism, which I consider a modern day heresy.

        That being said, I do believe the Khazars were accurately prophesied in Revelation 2:9 and 3:9, and of course I am very much a staunch believer in the teachings of Jesus. I also believe, as you seem to, that we are approaching an “end time,” or the end of an age and the birth of a new one. I do not know whether I will live to see the “new Jerusalem”, but I do believe that God will wipe away all tears and that the healing waters will flow.

  4. Great stuff .. Richard ! If You have not read it ..please do Yourself the favour : “The Controversy of Zion ” by Douglas Reed … it takes some to get shocked these days ..even if one is not a total historical analphabet .. but this book did it ! .. A strong part of the book is its METICULOUS DOCUMENTATION … One thing should be CLEAR for any intelligent person .. not coward .. It is a formidable FOE … Humanity has in front of it … and it will take ALL the COLLABORATE Effort of ALL GOOD People regardless of their views and convictions .. to bring to an ending whjch will NOT BE… the REAL HOLOCAUST !

  5. Richard, thanks so much for your work. It is refreshing to read a blog written by a Christian who seeks out the truth without being influenced by all of the propaganda that constantly surrounds us. I will be following you and I’m sure enjoying your articles. I have been giving some thought about writing a blog also, but have been a bit unsure about getting started.

    • Hi Erick, I hope you decide to go forward with your blog. Let me know when you get it up. If there was one trait that Jesus showed, perhaps above all others, it was the willingness to stand up and speak truth to power. Over and over, without fear, he did this, and we need as many Christians as possible doing likewise today. Best of luck.

  6. Richard, that is the problem with much of what is going on in the world. People are not willing to speak up. Oppression, genocide, tyranny needs to be condemned no matter who commits it. Unfortunately I see many of my fellow Americans are willing to accept evil as long as it is from a group they support. Richard, I am a Muslim who happens to have graduated from an Indonesian Christian seminary with a Bachelor and Master Degree in Christian theology. Having intensely studied the Bible and Christianity over a 7 year period has made me more open to the views and situations that are faced by people of all faiths. There is no faith that promotes evil and hatred of others, just people who fail to follow the teachings of their faith.

    • I guess I just assumed from your previous comment that you were a Christian. My fault for making an assumption. At any rate, I do believe Christians and Muslims should have dialog and search for common ground, and I think that that is all the more important considering the many, many people these days, particularly in the mainstream media, who hold an agenda of dividing us and instilling hatred and fear. With a background like yours, you most likely, I am guessing, would have a rather unique contribution to make in forging ties between people of our two faiths. All the best, Erick, and again I hope you can get your blog started.

      • I totally agree with you Richard, much of the distrust and hatred that is being manifested lately can and must be overcome. Christians and Muslims have a lot in common and there is no reason why we can’t live in peace with each other. Much of what we are seeing is due to ignorance of each others faith. This is my motivation for wanting to write a blog. I would like to develop the blog to explain Islamic concepts to Americans so that much of the propaganda and distrust will eventually disappear. I received my theological education at a dispensational evangelical seminary. From a theological perspective I see dispensation theology as being a wrong interpretation of the Bible which has brought and is still bringing much suffering to the world. It is a theological interpretation which pits God’s creation against each other, one being “chosen” thus must be supported at all costs and the other being somehow less in God’s creation. This theology has permeated American thought to the point that it is acceptable if some are persecuted, oppressed and killed in order to support the current state of Israel at all costs or risk losing a blessing from God.

      • Richard, if you say: “I do believe Christians and Muslims should have dialog and search for common ground…”, it seems to me, that you are forgetting to “invite” other religions too. As you are so anti-jewish, maybe at least Jewisch people should be in your dialog group too. I am Christian but have learned not only to respect all other religions, but also to ALWAYS look to at least two sides of a story.
        Too sad, that you are obviously missing the other side…

      • Look at “two sides of the story”? That’s a revolutionary concept you’re advancing. If a group of people are committing genocide against another people, are we supposed to look at “two sides of the story” in that case as well?

    • Yes, dispensationalism has had an enormously destructive influence on Christianity. I think of it as a modern day heresy. It was a Zionist project pretty much from the start, and was heavily promoted by Oxford University Press. Here is a documentary that goes into its history in considerable detail.

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