If you have somehow made it in your studies to the point that you have already rejected the Trinity, then I sincerely congratulate you. Does it make you a better person? No. But it does mean you figured out something that millions of people have not. And if you were raised in Christian churches this is no small feat. If you made it to the point where you understand that Jah deals with nations and that the messiah was king of Yisrael... this too is a great accomplishment because the world is blinded to think that it's all about religion. There were different sects of Jews, but do you think that mattered? No. What mattered was that which defined righteousness. Were they right? History has already judged them. Yeshua did not become king of Yisrael in his life time. And in 70AD the Yisraelites were decimated to the point of non-existence as a nation. The only remnants seem to be that of conversion. Their place was given to others by the beast and they were given power to rule. People believe this beast is America but the transition from nation to religion means that the empire is Christianity and it is Christian influence that pushes agendas in the US and other nations as if they are operating from the same script. They are still trying to fulfill prophecy by forcing certain things to happen and yet, it's been 2000 years and reason there is no peace in the middle east is because they gave the holy land away to foreigners.
"Subtle and overt racism in Israel is not strange. With several different ethnic populations, there is a clear preference for Ashkenazi (Jews of Eastern and Central European descent who are white Caucasian) in matters of social, economic and political concern."
So even though Christians in the US are often racist, they installed white people in the holy land under the banner of Jewish identity, and they too have a tendency towards racism?? How is this common trait shared by both? Is this merely coincidence? Now they are allied with the European Christians who murdered millions of them. Or did they? Were the Jews murdered by Roman Catholics the same as the ones murdered by Hitler? Hmmm... Or were the ones murdered by Hitler more so converts? The point is that Christians have a big influence on US politics which means they have a big influence on allies and world affairs. Christians do not preach, unanimously, against racism. And yes, there are still some Christians who equally hate Jews. So again... we're talking about fruit. Racism wasn't taught to Yeshua's followers. Neither was white supremacy, slavery, or oppression. These are definitions of cultural traits that supersede the so-called religion of Christianity, going back to their genetic and nationalistic roots. So instead of being grafted in to the vine, the thing to understand is that Christianity is its own separate plant. And like a weed, it grows and spreads, and steals land and resources and everything else from others. It stole land and people. It also stole religion and culture. And that which it steals and likes it incorporates... hijacks... appropriates... That's why Christianity doesn't follow Christ but rather wonders, culturally, after the beast.
Many people make the mistake of putting all this end time prophesy on modern day governments. But to accept this means that you are thinking about yourself and you are thinking that John the Revelator wasn't thinking about himself or the world relative to his own lifetime, but rather some distant government yet to be conceived. But even Yeshua/Jesus did seem to expect this much time to pass before his own lifetime.
It's been 2000 years.
This fact doesn't seem to set into the minds of many people. Why? Because they only read the bible relative to themselves. But is that how it was written? Was the bible even written for you in 2020?
I say no. It wasn't.
We can all benefit from the knowledge and wisdom contained within the bible. But trying to relive the bible is ignorant of what actually happened in those days and what continues to happen...
... IN SEASONS.
In other words... many things happen in cycles because people are a variable that exists in all times. So the more you understand people the more you understand how these cycles tend to repeat. The lust for power goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden. But in most people's minds it was always man and God; sometimes man vs God and God vs man. But kings have always ruled with the perception of the people that he represented the will of God. Many evangelicals believe Trump is POTUS because of the will of God. And by virtue of something happening it is thought to have only happened because of the will of God. This kind of thinking is dangerous because it can be used to confuse and justify the will of man and say it is the will of God. Do you see? And this argument is equal to "might makes right" because if Europeans, specifically, are able to do something, even something terrible and inhumane, they can still argue that the mere fact God didn't stop them means that God supports and planned what they did. So this confusion is a key element in Babylon; the misidentification of God and the will of God.
All of a sudden they say manifest destiny as if America was their land flowing with milk and honey and all they had to do was murder many of the natives. The Trail of Tears if an event that should bring everyone to tears. It reminds you of the Exodus in some ways. The Exodus is classically understood as a path towards freedom from bondage but I think (my opinion) is that it actually brought them into slavery under a new master. However, in doing so it purified their culture of any influence but that of Moses and his crew. It removed paganism from them and established Jah as the "only true God". Christianity brought paganism back.
So Christianity created a new nation and blended the elements of Rome, building Roman style capital buildings, but also Egyptian inspired monuments and designs. The pyramid on the dollar bill, taken by many to be the mark of the beast because you cannot buy and sell without it, is symbolic of the pyramid scheme under which one God ruled above all but Christians didn't have to name God. They just refer to the title and so for them, there are 3 gods in 1. It insults my intelligence to pretend it isn't 3 gods that they fashioned into 1 by pretense. The only reason they make this excuse that it's 1 God is because that was the only way to navigate the clear monotheism of ancient Yisrael. And they could never argue with the bible's references to one God so they simply pretended that God was an office, not a person.
But this is ridiculous. The Hebrew word "elohim" can, in fact mean "powers" plural. But it wouldn't distinguish God from even kings or judges if the writers meant it as a simple plurality of quantity and not, as is the real case, a plurality of power; not quantity but quality. The hebrews weren't saying God is plural powers but rather that their God was power-ful. It is the same meaning as omni- (all) potent or al-mighty; as indicated by other titles like "El Shaddai" where the Hebrew for God is explicitly singular.
But again, because we're going from one culture to another, and nationhood to religion; a religion that European gentiles wanted to take control over and make their own, this is why Christians do not learn Hebrew. Only their trained pastors are and many of them lose their own religion in the process.
So when people talk about left vs right, right vs left, these are just two extremes of how the power in the United States flows. While this flow can affect international affairs it really don't have that huge of a global impact. Candidates for president are pre-selected and if the rich want a certain agenda they just lobby the party more likely to pass that agenda, or have pieces of their agenda on both sides so they win no matter which side wins. The biggest and most powerful lobby is Christianity. Divided it may look weak, in truth it represents and hides behind both parties and as long as it is the majority religion it rules. Challenging Christianity at this point would be like Challenging Moshe after the Golden Calf punishment. The US is so culturally mixed and yet Christianity is so much the dominant religion of every single culture (with the possible exception of Natives who live on sovereign land) that spiritually connects people to power in similar fashion to how kings have always been connected to priests. And Christianity wants a global empire. They want everyone to either be converted or judged by God and sent to eternal damnation. Either way, their plan is to dominate and inherit the Earth.