After you read books like Rise of the Fourth Reich that lays out the case for what happened with Covid, who was involved, and what was done that points to criminal activity which resulted in the knowing destruction of over 7 million people, the scope of the evil requires perspective. And to get that perspective, I have been directly referring people to the Bible and specifically to the Book of Esther. I don’t see the Bible as a book of passive turn-the-other-cheek values. Rather it is one of the only books in the world that has properly defined good and evil as a righteous decision toward human progress as opposed to the sacrificial qualities that typically embody liberalism in general. As we look around the world at the various religions and climate change as the World Economic Forum defines it is a religion for them, it’s a reversion to the old Baal worship that was so popular in the land of Canaan as the Israelites conquered that land in the name of God and that conflict is still the center of politics to this very day. The Book of Esther has an unusual perspective that could be very helpful about now when faced with the vast evils that are in front of us. And I would say that the Bible provides the proper context for dealing with that evil. There really isn’t any middle ground. There were a lot of people who knowingly created Covid as a virus to unleash on the world. They lied to President Trump about the options, such as Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, as treatments to stop the spread and effect of the government-made virus that was released out of China. And a lot of people died. What do you do with the governors of states who knowingly put nursing home people together in rooms with Covid patients, purposely spreading the virus for what could only be understood as intentional murder? The Bible provides the proper context for how we should look at such vastly evil behavior.
In the Book of Esther, the all-powerful King of Persia, Ahasuerus, ruling a territory from India to Ethiopia, banishes his queen Vashti for failing to appear before him when bidden as she was instructed to show off her beauty at a party to display the power of the king to his associates. After winning a beauty contest, the newly chosen queen is Esther. She is the adopted daughter of Mordecai, her cousin, both Jews. Mordecai’s bitter enemy at court is the wicked Haman, the King’s right-hand man. Because Mordecai fails to bow before him, Haman plots not only Mordecai’s death but also the extermination of all the Jews in the entire kingdom. Mordecai calls on Queen Esther to save her people. Esther heroically risks the King’s wrath by appearing unbidden before him. She invites King Ahasuerus and Haman to a banquet, where she persuades the King to save her people and hang Haman on the gallows he had constructed for Mordecai. The King’s edict to kill the Jews is reversed, and the Jews instead get revenge on their would-be persecutors and celebrate, initiating the festival of Purim. Purim 2023 begins March 6 and continues through March 7 (extending through Wednesday in Jerusalem, (March 7-8). It commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia from Haman’s plot to destroy, kill, and annihilate all the Jews, young and old, infants, and women, in a single day. The story ends with the Jews carrying out a bloody massacre of their own, in which more than 75,000 people lose their lives, and by fear of death prompts countless others to feign Jewish faith to preserve their existence. Haman is impaled on the gallows along with all his sons, and the story ends with all the good people living happily ever after. The bad guys are all killed or converted to the Jewish faith. It’s such a beautiful story.
These kinds of mass exterminations of entire people have obviously happened before. In our recent memory of World War II, there is the Holocaust by Hitler and the Nazis against the Jews. Some people were saved with some intervention. Still, the desire to exterminate people in a mass way over religious differences or political desires in this global world order that was obviously behind the actions of Covid cannot be ignored. There must be swift justice as the most fundamental action resulting from the Covid murders so well outlined in that great book Rise of the Fourth Reich. After all, how was what the World Health Organization did with their mask mandates and lockdown orders, which flowed into the American CDC, any different from Haman demanding that Mordecai bow before him as a sign of obedience? Because the science of the mask mandates was all about obedience to the healthcare tyrants, it had nothing to do with logic. Or in preventing the spread of the virus. The whole purpose of Covid and the mask mandates, the denial of medicine to those who were sick, was to impose a new tyranny of compliance on the world as a new power was trying to establish itself globally. How was any of this different from King Ahasuerus allowing his direct assistant, Haman, to issue a decree to destroy all Jews just because Mordecai refused to bow down to Haman’s authority? And all that saved an entire race of people from complete destruction was the beauty of a woman. And just because of that beauty, Ahasuerus, whom many think was Xerxes from the Greek invasions, turned entirely on his personal assistant just because of beauty and allowed the murder of all who plotted against the Jews, including Haman!
I’m not saying we go out and kill all those who plotted against us, even though history would be very forgiving of it if we did. We have rules that we live by, and one of them is from the Ten Commandments, “thou shalt not kill.” But if you read the Bible, much of it is pleas from the characters to ask God to smite the enemies of the Israelites, especially King David. There is a lot of talk in the Bible about bringing the wrath of God down upon the evil villains of wickedness, and there are a lot of times when God does just that. And there isn’t a prosecutor in the world who can bring murder charges against those who pray for the destruction of their enemies, and I would recommend to everyone harmed by the Covid tyrants in the world that they have all the right to think in such a way. It is righteous to pray to God for justice and ask our enemies to be smitten to their destruction. For what they did, they would deserve it. Even as we of the living turn to our laws for justice, and Congress should use The Rise of the Fourth Reich as a base for testimony and punishment, I would offer that the Bible provides plenty of license for prayer. We don’t have to turn the other cheek on our enemies. We don’t have to pray for their salvation. As the Book of Esther clearly displays, we are right to wish complete eradication of our enemies and their evil from the earth. Because if the Jews had not convinced the King to allow them to defend themselves against their persecutors, they would have been completely wiped out under the hand of Haman, and history would not remember them. And the scale of what happened with Covid was much, much worse than what happened in history with the kingdom of Persia and the heroics of Queen Esther and her righteous indignation.