Jesus Christ, Donald Trump and the unintended consequences of mob psychology

Special to, November 30, 2023


Most people are inclined to go with the flow and trust perceived peers to make the big decisions.

Thus while Jesus of Nazareth touched the lives of many including his disciples, he was no match for the mass psychosis that led to his premature death.

Oliver Stone, right, on Bill Maher’s ‘Club Random’.

A funny thing happened, however, on his path to the oblivion intended by the very establishment he threatened. He became the most influential man ever to walk the earth long after the Roman Empire crumbled and the temple in Jerusalem was destroyed as he had predicted.

Former President Donald J. Trump is a Christian today’s most notable champion of the global and cosmic legacy of Jesus Christ. He also has a famous motto: “Never, ever give up.” Thus while he has been pilloried on literally a daily basis since formally entering the political political arena on June 16, 2015, he has simply emerged smarter, wittier and more influential from each attack.

Those assaults on his character and family escalated upon his miraculous election in 2016 and then moved up another quantum level when he left office on Jan. 20, 2021 and found himself banned and censored on all corporate and social media. Instead of vanishing into oblivion, however, his popularity has steadily soared with each passing year since 2015 and he has inspired other leaders throughout the nation and the world.

How does one explain the phenomenon that elevated two unlikely men into the cosmic stratosphere?

In a word, freedom.

God the Heavenly Father gave free reign to His love for humankind for whom He created the universe. Creating His children in His image, male and female, He endowed them with the same Love and desire for the freedom to pursue happiness, perfection, family and sovereignty.

Despite their fall from grace, each individual from all nations and backgrounds have Divine DNA which enables them to exercise their Free Will in line with their Original Mind despite the war between good and evil that tragically rages within all.

History moves inevitably toward the conclusion at the heart of the Lord’s Prayer [Matthew 6:9-13]: “Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”

This column assumes as hypotheticals the substantial existence of God on Earth and the temporary reign of Satan as the “god of this world”. References: Holy Bible, Divine Principle, What I Saw at the Second Coming.

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