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Last updated on September 22, 2023

I enjoy watching “aminutetomidnite” and Tony’s insights into the political arena. I watch a lot of conservative videos on youtube. I don’t always agree with what is said, but I’m always stretched. I rarely comment on the videos that I watch, but on this one, I made a rather lengthy comment and I thought I would share it here with my readers.

I think you (Tony) are looking at Trump in the wrong way. He is a rich man, and he’s been in the circles of the rich and famous for many years. He did not have to become President. He had all the money he needed to live out his life in wealth without doing anything else of significance. The Rothschilds and the Blackstone Group relationships probably go back decades. 

This is where we differ in how we see Trump. Trump thinks in terms of dollars and cents. Everything has a price tag. He is a deal maker and a real estate developer. 

I believe God uses people where they are. To complement Trump’s weaknesses, God has surrounded him with Christians and men who have a Christian worldview. Trump seems to listen to people who know more than he does about certain things, like the military, and he is willing to take advice. 

Just because Trump continues to have relationships with wealthy people doesn’t mean he is for or against them or the New World Order. He’s not stupid (even though people say he is because they don’t like him). In fact, I think he’s quite smart. He has taken great strides toward knowing all of the so-called enemies of the United States. He wants to be friends with every major world leader as long as they respect America and our national interests. What’s wrong with that? That’s a good thing. 

Trump has an agenda, and if the New World Order can help him to accomplish that, he’s more than willing to bargain. Just like if he can use Putin to make a deal that’s good for the United States, he’ll do it. 

Trump, whether God put it into his heart or it’s just in the man’s make-up, truly wants to make America great. Everything he has done has been to achieve that. And whoever or whatever can help him, he will negotiate with or work with, whether it’s a country, a group or entity. I don’t think people understand how he thinks, so I’m challenging you to look at him through a different lens. 

I also believe God put Trump into office (and according to the Bible, we know that God puts leaders into office and removes them) so we can be sure Trump won because God meant for him to win. Many of his goals are very much in opposition to what the NWO wants and what the far left want. 

For example, he’s against globalization when it comes at America’s expense. That’s dollars and cents. He wants to put tariffs on Chinese products. Again, that’s dollars and cents. A one-world government does not make America stronger. The NWO wants global trade and open borders and a governing body that’s over the United States in terms of treaties and agreements. Here, Trump’s goals are diametrically opposed to theirs. 

I think it’s significant that Putin is not a part of the NWO. That makes it easy to make Putin the bad guy, but that doesn’t help America, and Trump wants to make America strong. Trumps sees bargaining with Russia as a good thing if it benefits us. To the contrary, if there is war, that’s good for NWO, the bankers, the globalists, and all those folks, because they make money financing both sides of the war. They really don’t care who wins. They are not beholden to any country. 

Trump loves America. In that sense, again, his goals are different from the NWO. Trump is pro-life and the NWO wants depopulation. Again, their goals are opposites. 

But I see a commonality when it comes to Israel. I imagine Trump would love to finance the rebuilding of the Temple. What a real estate project that would be! It would not surprise me to see him involved in some way toward making that happen. 

Obviously, that’s also the goal of the Zionists, the Jews, the Freemasons, the Catholic Church, the Rothschilds, and on and on. 

So I think it’s very complicated and it’s somewhat misleading to say he is or he isn’t fighting the New World Order. I don’t think he thinks that way. He thinks in terms of money, making America great, and restoring here what has been lost. And being an American, I can tell you that the U.S. has been going in the wrong direction for many, many years. 

I’m thankful that God is using Trump to accomplish many things that no other leader in America has had the guts to do. I’m thankful that he has restored our relationship with Israel. I’m thankful he’s putting pro-life Supreme Court Justices on the Supreme Court. I’m thankful that he is getting us out of dangerous agreements like the Iran deal, and the Paris Accord, and pulling us out of UNESCO, if I’m not mistaken, because of their anti-Israel bias. I’m thankful that he met with Kim Jung Un, as it appears that the North Korean leader is taking steps to denuclearize. Time will tell. I’m thankful that he met with Putin, and all the other world leaders he’s met with. Those are good things. 

We need to pray for President Trump. I think every day of his life he is in danger. I truly believe God’s hand is on him. I don’t call him a Cyrus, I certainly don’t call him a saint, but I call him an extraordinary leader. 

He’s what America needs at this hour, and I can tell you, the NWO is probably pretty upset about the state of affairs right now in the world because they have someone in Washington they can’t control. 

Trump is his own man, and as long as he’s pro-life and a staunch supporter of Israel, he has my vote. As a final note, I enjoy your broadcasts and insights. I hope you take my comments in the spirit in which they were intended. Blessings.

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  1. Unknown Unknown

    I read a year or two ago that NWO wants to depopulate the earth 90% with starvation and disease. Is that why Republicans want to take food stamps and healthcare? Also, NWO says we cannot own our homes. I really do want to learn more about New World Order.

  2. Actually, I don't really care for the Republicans either. The best thing about Trump is he's not part of the Washington swamp and is trying to clean it up.

  3. Lorilyn Roberts Lorilyn Roberts

    Actually, I don't really care for the Republicans either. The best thing about Trump is he's not part of the Washington swamp and is trying to clean it up.

  4. Jim Edwards Jim Edwards

    From the other side of the pond in the UK,
    Yes, Yes, Yes and Amen! Absolutely agree.
    Trump has chosen to surround himself with Christian advisers.
    What made Regan so good a president? It was the excellence of the advisers he appointed.
    Many of Trump's Christian advisers are Christians first and foremost – and their excellence in their respective field the [super]natural corollary. Look closely at the excellence and integrity of the team and those behind the scenes too, and you will find men and women of faith who love and trust in Jesus as their Lord and Saviour.
    Of course, such will be offensive to many!

  5. Lorilyn Roberts Lorilyn Roberts

    Thanks, Jim, for your comments. On the plane flight from Orlando to Seattle, I finally met a Trumper. We had a refreshing conversation. He was in the military, defense arena, and had a good understanding of what's happening and what's at stake. If only people weren't so blind, but my grandfather used to say, none are so blind as those who refuse to see.

    Ultimately, God is in control, and we've been given time to share the Gospel, to speak the truth, and I'm praying for revival for our country and Great Britain. I believe the masses will soon wake up to the hatred of the left.

    Tonight I captioned a rally, "DC United Against Hate Counterprotest" — like what in the world does that mean? I had to bleep out the F word and other offensive words that the FCC does not allow on public television. Many of the speakers were filled with anger, one in particular was full of hate talk against Israel, and other left wingers were pushing their LGBTQ and queer agendas, that somehow they don't have equal rights

    In my opinion, they create the division with their titles, using inflammatory language. I asked God to show me the good in captioning this kind of offensive rhetoric, and He did. Another aspect of my next book – how do you reach the unlovable, the intolerable, the haters, the anti-Semitics? By showing them the future, and that's what plan to do.

    Over and over in Revelation, the angels say words to the effect, "Thou are righteous, O Lord," because when you read the judgments, they are so awful, but you can't have righteousness unless evil is dealt with. It took the death of Jesus on the cross to provide a remedy for sin. And there can be no righteousness without God. These people are the victims of their own hate. Sad, sad, sad.

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