I Am Republican Candidate For President And Messiah

I ran for Governor of Oregon and got 170 votes in the Primary. I did not have the money to appear in the voter’s pamphlet. All my extra money goes into publishing my blog-newspaper ‘Royal Rosamond Press

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It is 4:30 A.M. on November 12, 2022.On this day I announce I am a candidate for the President of the United States, and candidate for Messiah of all the Jewish People, including President Zelenskyy.

I went to bed around 9:30 P.M. because my mind shorted out. I suspect I am not alone. It got overloaded with information. Governor DeSantis offering his opinion on ‘Judea and Samaria’ – blew my mind! Why does he get to delve into these controversies, while I am – suspect? There was an attempt to CENSOR me because my WORDS – triggered The Word Police! Anything you write that has the name JEW in it – summons the Lawnmower Man. Therefor, I will sign my posts, thus;

John Presco ‘Republican Presidential Candidate and Messiah’

To be a candidate for The Messiah, one must BE THE MESSIAH ALREADY! When Jesus was a unsuccessful candidate for the Messiah of the Jews, there were no voting booths – or mail-in ballots. Jesus and his Disciples relied on walking about Judea – speaking in riddles! Did his Disciples speak in riddles? Some are saying DeSantis has a ‘Messiah Complex’ and his rival. Donald Trump – is the Messiah! I am a Biblical Scholar. I will give good evidence – I am the Messiah! I have suggested a son of Queen Helena was a Messiah, who put on the armor of a knight, and fought Rome for the temple. He was a convert to Judaism.

I can make a case, if you want to run for office in the United States, you have to clear it with the Rabbi-Mullahs’ and Politicians of Israel. Where does one go, to what Court of Appeals, do you go if you are accused of being an Anti-Semite? To be accused – can destroy your Political Career. Will Wyrie Irving run for office – one day!

So, I go to bed, thinking I will post on my quest to establish the Republican Culture and Middle Ground, and wake up to an articlein the New York Times

“Blacks and Jews, Again”

“The relation of African Americans to Jews cannot be divorced from the pervasive glow and allure and privilege of whiteness. The fact that most Jews are white-eligible, and African Americans are white-excluded, creates tensions between African Americans and many Jews that have less to do with the cultural conflicts between the groups than with the meaning of Blackness and whiteness in America.”

There is no moderate or middle ground. My kin, John Fremont, and the Radical Republicans began the Republican Party – to free Black Slaves! The key word here is SLAVES – not Freed Black Basketball Players. Shortly after a Jewish Militia assassinated Folke Bernadotte, “Dynamite Bob” Chambliss sets off his first bomb in Birmingham. Bob was a member of the KKK who were Anti-Semitic. Is DeSantis an ELECTION DENIER – too? That would make the two leading candidates for the party founded by my kindred – ELECTION DENIERS! How could I not – throw my hat in the ring?

Israel is not a territory of the United States. We The People do not vote in Israeli elections. To begin to understand WHY the Jews of Israel want to have a powerful influence on the Politics of the U.S. study the White Paper and the death of Folke Bernadotte – who was a candidate for the Messiah of the Jews! Has any Black Man born in the U.S. been a candidate for the Messiah?

DeSantis used the word Fauci-ism which is Anti-Semitic because Jews have prided themselves on being Intellectuals and Doctors. The Governor is inventing Anti-Blackism – and getting Israelis to sign off on this When Jesus was born half of the Jewish population wanted to be a part of the Greek Democratic Movement, and were adopted the Greek Intellectual lifestyle. Zion has lost it importance. Jews were considered Citizens of the Greek and Roman World.

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“We chose freedom over Fauci-ism and we are better off for having done that,” he said. “We reject woke ideology in the state of Florida and we will fight it in the classrooms, we will fight it in the corporations, we will fight it in the halls of the legislature.”

“We were the first statewide elected officials to do public events in Judea and Samaria,” DeSantis said, using the biblical names for the West Bank as favored by right-wing Israelis. “We understand history. We know those are thousands of years of connection to the Jewish people.”

“I don’t care what the State Department says. They are not occupied territory, it is disputed territory. You gotta know the history,” DeSantis said to applause.



Florida’s DeSantis to GOP Jews: ‘Judea and Samaria is not occupied, but disputed’

Popular governor who may challenge Trump for presidential nomination highlights his support for Israel and the Jewish community in an address to Republican Jewish Coalition

By LUKE TRESS and TOI STAFF20 November 2022, 6:13 pm   


Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks at an annual leadership meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition, November 19, 2022, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)

Addressing Jewish Republicans on Saturday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said the West Bank was “not occupied territory” but rather a disputed area that is a historical homeland to Jews, as he talked up his Israel bona fides amid mounting challenges to Donald Trump’s control of the party.

DeSantis was a star attraction at this weekend’s Republican Jewish Coalition conference in Las Vegas, where he delivered a 25-minute speech on Saturday night while Trump was relegated to a less desirable timeslot and only appeared via video.

The popular Florida governor told the crowd about a trade mission he’d led to Israel, “the biggest trade mission Florida’s ever done.”




“We were the first statewide elected officials to do public events in Judea and Samaria,” DeSantis said, using the biblical names for the West Bank as favored by right-wing Israelis. “We understand history. We know those are thousands of years of connection to the Jewish people.”

“I don’t care what the State Department says. They are not occupied territory, it is disputed territory. You gotta know the history,” DeSantis said to applause.

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DeSantis is seen as one of the leading challengers to Trump, aiming to take the reins of the party and make a run for the White House in 2024. Other top candidates also made appearances at the convention, including former secretary of state Mike Pompeo, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley and several other state governors. RJC conferences are often the first stop for likely GOP contenders ahead of presidential election years.

Trump is the only candidate who has announced a 2024 candidacy so far. He launched his campaign despite the party’s poor showing in the midterms this month, with particularly bad results for his favored candidates, and amid several legal threats, including over his role in the January 6, 2021, assault on the US Capitol.

Former US president Donald Trump speaks virtually at the Republican Jewish Coalition Annual Leadership Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, on November 19, 2022. (Wade Vandervort/AFP)

DeSantis highlighted his moves in support of the Jewish community and hit other Republican talking points during his Sunday speech. He had bucked the general trend in the midterms, winning an overwhelming victory in Florida and strengthening his position in the national scene.

“We won the highest share of the Jewish vote for any Republican candidate in Florida history,” he said. “There’s a lot of reasons for that. It’s not just Jewish issues if you look at everything we’ve done, but I will say if you look at our record on issues related to Israel and supporting the Jewish community it is second to none.”

He spoke of his financial support for security at Florida Jewish day schools, of enacting standards for Holocaust education and signing legislation against antisemitism.

DeSantis vowed to prevent campuses in Florida from becoming “hotbeds of antisemitism like they have all across the country.”

On Israel, he talked up his past support for recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, moving the US embassy to Jerusalem (both done under the Trump administration) and opposition to the “Biden-Khamenei nuclear deal.”

He hit hot-button Republican party issues, including his opposition to teaching critical race theory and the “Defund the police” movement, and his banning of “gender ideology in our elementary schools.” He defended Florida’s election integrity while disparaging and casting doubt on Democratic Party election tactics, and celebrated keeping the state largely open during the height of the pandemic.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks to guests at the Republican Jewish Coalition Annual Leadership Meeting on November 19, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Scott Olson/Getty Images/AFP)

“We chose freedom over Fauci-ism and we are better off for having done that,” he said. “We reject woke ideology in the state of Florida and we will fight it in the classrooms, we will fight it in the corporations, we will fight it in the halls of the legislature.”

He said his victory in the midterms made clear that his approach was successful. He did not directly mention Trump, a resident of his state, or the presidential election during the speech.

Trump’s lies about the legitimacy of the 2020 election, and his insistence that his endorsees echo the lies, are seen as a drag on the GOP. Republicans are now openly criticizing him after the November 8 midterms, in which they expected to win the US House of Representatives by a broad margin and retake the Senate but fell flat. Republicans barely retook the House, and the Senate remains in Democratic hands.

Trump, speaking to the conference via video the night before, blasted the Biden administration, repeated his false claim that the 2020 election had been “rigged,” and claimed that if he had been reelected Israel would have brokered peace agreements with Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries.

Trump did not address his potential rivals in his appearance, but has already begun his customary bomb-throwing about would-be presidential competitors, dubbing DeSantis “Ron DeSanctimonious” and saying Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin’s name “sounds Chinese.”

Israel’s presumptive incoming prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the coalition conference on Saturday by video, highlighting his long friendship with Biden and saying his disagreements with Democratic party lawmakers were “all in the family.”






Folke Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (2 January 1895 – 17 September 1948) was a


MARCH 18: 

“Dynamite Bob” Chambliss sets off his first bomb in Birmingham in order to intimidate the black community. Many more bombings would follow, especially to discourage desegregated housing in the community. The College Hills area of Birmingham would become known as “Dynamite Hill.”

Robert Edward Chambliss (January 14, 1904 – October 29, 1985), also known as Dynamite Bob,[1] was a white supremacist terrorist convicted in 1977 of murder for his role as conspirator in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in 1963. A member of the United Klans of America, Chambliss also firebombed the houses of several black families in Alabama.[citation needed]



The Jewish insurgency in Mandatory Palestine, known in the United Kingdom as the Palestine Emergency,[5] was a paramilitary campaign carried out by Zionist underground groups against British rule in Mandatory Palestine. The tensions between the Zionist underground and the British mandatory authorities rose from 1938 and intensified with the publication of the White Paper of 1939. The Paper outlined new government policies to place further restrictions on Jewish immigration and land purchases, and declared the intention of giving independence to Palestine, with an Arab majority, within ten years. Though World War II brought relative calm, tensions again escalated into an armed struggle towards the end of the war, when it became clear that the Axis powers were close to defeat.

The Haganah, the largest of the Jewish underground militias, which was under the control of the officially recognised Jewish leadership of Palestine, remained cooperative with the British. But in 1944 the Irgun launched a rebellion against British rule, thus joining Lehi, which had been active against the authorities throughout the war. Both were small, dissident militias of the right-wing Revisionist movement. They attacked police and government targets in response to British immigration restrictions. They intentionally avoided military targets, to ensure that they would not hamper the British war effort against their common enemy, Nazi Germany.[citation needed][dubious – discuss]

Is Donald Trump The Moshiach/Messiah?

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Don’t laugh. Chaz”l, our great Rabbis of the past, have said that Jews will most likely not recognize when the Moshiach/Messiah first comes. Therefore, I wanted to help my fellow Jews review the possibilities.

When the Messiah comes, he will in all likelihood, first move the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Yerushalayim/Jerusalem. When the Messiah comes, he will tear up the horrendous and ridiculous Iran Nuclear Arms Agreement of 2015. When the Moshiach comes, he will close the PLO offices in Washington DC and revoke the PLO representative’s family passports. When the Messiah comes, he will somehow stop funding the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), an organization that has given millions of dollars for Palestinian terrorism in Israel.

When the Moshiach comes he will appoint two of the most pro Israel non-Jewish Americans to important positions in the American administration, Nikki Haley and John Bolton. Jews celebrate a holiday called Chanukah, in which oil burned for 8 days, even though it was supposed to last only one day. If that is truly a miracle, then what would you call what President Trump has done for Jewish people over the last 2 years? Any Jew who does not acknowledge President Trump’s modern day miracles, is truly ignorant of Jewish history. Those Jews who sinfully criticized the President’s trip to the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, should forcefully bang their chests for hours next Yom Kippur.

To say that President Donald Trump is antisemitic, or that he was in any way responsible for contributing to the Pittsburgh shootings, is the ultimate in stupidity, foolishness and arrogance. Shame on any individual that said or implied such an obnoxious conspiracy theory, which is known as a “Chillul Hashem” in Judaism. Actually, the real antisemites think that the Trump presidency and the Jewish state are both illegitimate. Haters of Trump and haters of Israel seem to be quite similar in their intellectually evil thinking, two peas in a venomous pod.

Even the liberal “fake” media are similarly obsessed with Donald Trump and Israel, and usually in a negative way. The First Lady wears a jacket with some writing on it and the press doesn’t stop criticizing it for 3 days. Two Palestinians are killed at the Gaza border, after having sent a burning, explosive kite into Israel, and the stories do not stop. President Trump has created a roaring economy, and Israel treats sick Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza; yet both get almost no mention. It must be “Moshiach Tzeiten,” “The Time of the Messiah.”

Everyone knows that Jews are considered “The Chosen People,” so is Donald Trump that “Chosen” one as well? According to the Bible, often, when some group or some individual is “Chosen” by God for a task, they will not be accepted and more than likely be hated. The Talmud teaches us that the reason for thousands of years of Jewish hatred, has been because we were “Chosen” to give The 10 Commandments to the world. No wonder Israel is called racist, apartheid, occupiers and no wonder Donald Trump has been called a separator of families at the border, a misogynist, racist, homophobic and sexist. When you are truly ”chosen,” people lie about you.

We learn that the Messiah will reinstate the Sanhedrin—which is the Supreme Court. In Isaiah 1:26, when referring to the Messiah, it says, “And I will restore your judges as at first.” Is this the Biblical prophecy that Trump’s Supreme Court nominees will be conservative originalists, like the Founding Founders once were? Let us not forget that President Trump, through his daughter and her family, is now somehow a part of the Chosen People. Ivanka and Jared are an amazing religious Orthodox Jewish couple with truly incredible children. This just may be all part of God’s plan.

Blacks and Jews, Again

Nov. 20, 2022

Kyrie Irving, left, talking to the media during media day at HSS Training Center in Brooklyn, Sept.22, 2022. Kanye West aka Ye, right, holding up a chart aiming to demonstrate the over-representation of Jews in leadership roles of media companies, Oct. 28, in Los Angeles, Calif.
Kyrie Irving, left, talking to the media during media day at HSS Training Center in Brooklyn, Sept.22, 2022. Kanye West aka Ye, right, holding up a chart aiming to demonstrate the over-representation of Jews in leadership roles of media companies, Oct. 28, in Los Angeles, Calif.Credit…Vincent Carchietta/USA Today Sports, via Reuters; Mega, via GC Images, via Getty Images
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“What effective measures will the collective Negro community take against the vicious antisemitism?” Rabbi Everett Gendler shared this question with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at a meeting of the Rabbinical Assembly in 1968, 10 days before King was murdered.

Nearly 55 years later, the actions of two iconic Black figures demand that we ask a version of this question again. Ye, the hip-hop artist and fashion designer formerly known as Kanye West, has unleashed a rash of antisemitic tirades, while the Brooklyn Nets basketball superstar Kyrie Irving posted on social media a link to a documentary laden with antisemitic views.

The actions of Ye and Irving bring spent tropes of Jewish control to the surface. Their provocations also compel us to grapple with sometimes conflicting Jewish and Black views of race and privilege and how the suffering of each community shapes their identities and fuels their fight against bigotry. It is painful and a bit embarrassing to admit that African Americans and Jews have, for one reason or another, competed, quarreled, and jostled with each other to gain attention and empathy for our struggles and the injustices we confront.

None of that can blunt an abiding truth: We are, after all, old friends and lovers, sometimes rivals, with all the affection and bitterness such a relationship evokes. Black antisemitism is real; so is Jewish racism, from the horrendous bigotry of white Jews against Black Jews to the profoundly anti-Black statements of David Horowitz, who called Barack Obama “an evil man” and “an anti-American radical.”


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But here we are, together, in the same boat, as fierce waves of hate threaten to sink our vessels in the ocean of American opportunity. To shift metaphors, we should remember the ways that our communities have historically passed the baton to one another in the long relay for justice. Until we see antisemitism as a toxic species of the white supremacy that threatens Black security and democracy’s future, none of us are truly safe.

Ye’s vitriol spilled onto social media when he posted a screenshot of texts exchanged with the rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, accusing Diddy of being controlled by Jews. Ye threatened to use Combs “as an example to show the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me.” Ye then also posted that when he awakened he was “going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.”

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Ye’s statements may seem to have come out of nowhere, but they draw from a deeper vein of private belief and barely suppressed sentiment. Ye’s fame and enormous platform connect his newly surfaced prejudice to nameless figures who bow daily at the altar of hatred of the other.

Other anti-Semites see in Ye’s expression a cynical validation of their hateful conspiracies. A few days after one of Ye’s inglorious outbursts, a hate group hung a banner over a Los Angeles overpass that said, “Kanye is right about the Jews.” Ye’s despicable comments offered well-established bigots fresh currency as they poured old racism into West’s new rhetorical wineskins.

Although Irving didn’t directly utter antisemitic sentiments, he endorsed a film that did. The player shared without comment a link to “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America,” a film rife with antisemitic conspiracy theories, among them that many famous Jews were Satan worshipers and that the Holocaust was a hoax.

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When he was confronted with the film’s ugly untruths, Irving claimed he was no bigot and that he sought “to learn from all walks of life and religions.” After Irving was challenged by a reporter, he said he wasn’t promoting the film, but he concluded, “I can post whatever I want.”

Irving’s stubborn refusal to apologize led to an indefinite suspension by the Brooklyn Nets, a belated apology and a meeting with Adam Silver, the commissioner of the N.B.A. After their conversation, Silver said that in over a decade of association with Irving, “I’ve never heard an antisemitic word from him or, frankly, hate directed at any group.” Yet Silver underscored an essential point, “Whether or not he is antisemitic is not relevant to the damage caused by the posting of hateful content.” Part of the damage, which is not discussed enough, is that both men have encouraged those who harbor deep animosity to Jews, glimpsed as Ye cheered Irving on in an Instagram post, “There’s some real ones still here.”

The film Irving posted about referred in part to a Black religious body called the Black Hebrew Israelites, a movement that traces back to the late 1800s and that preaches that Black folk are descended from the ancient Israelites. When Irving in a news conference declared, “I cannot be antisemitic if I know where I come from,” suggesting that he agrees with Black people who view themselves as authentic Jews, he ignored how, just as Black people can be anti-Black, Jews can be antisemitic.

King said in response to Rabbi Gendler that Black antisemitism was largely a Northern ghetto experience, driven by the harsh contrast between Jews as the “most consistent and trusted ally in the struggle for justice” and Jews as “the owner of the store around the corner where he pays more for what he gets” and landlords who charge “a color tax.” Still, King condemned “the irrational statements” that grow from such encounters and concluded that “the only answer to this is for all people to condemn injustice wherever it exists.”

No one who has heard the Black Hebrew Israelites on big-city street corners with megaphones in hand can deny the racial trauma they cantankerously amplify nor ignore the Black suffering, from slavery to the present day, from which they desperately seek relief. Neither can we overlook the hateful sentiments and relentless stream of antisemitic rhetoric that fall obscenely from their lips.

Sitting right alongside varieties of Black antisemitism is a redemptive variety of Philo-Semitism that can only be called Jew envy. I have heard such envy in barbershops, pool halls, churches, and clubs across the nation. Black folk often praise Jews — for their unity and, above all, for their ability as a people who comprise less than 2.5 percent of the population to successfully make their way in the world with perceived entrepreneurial success and cerebral accomplishments that many Black folk admire and covet.

Jewish unity is likely more myth than fact; Jews, after all, have competing factions, just as African Americans do. Some are conservative, some liberal, some orthodox, some traditional, some postmodern. Whatever wealth, privilege and influence Jews have built, there is also a history of persecution and the generational trauma carried by the families of Holocaust victims and survivors. And relentless antisemitic attacks have had an impact on all Jews, up to the present day. All Jews, regardless of wealth, are threatened by the vicious antisemitism that has been spread in dangerous networks of white supremacy.

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The relation of African Americans to Jews cannot be divorced from the pervasive glow and allure and privilege of whiteness. The fact that most Jews are white-eligible, and African Americans are white-excluded, creates tensions between African Americans and many Jews that have less to do with the cultural conflicts between the groups than with the meaning of Blackness and whiteness in America.

Many Black folks claimed that Ye went unscathed when he made anti-Black statements — stating that slavery was a choice, sporting a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt — but the moment he let loose a flurry of antisemitic screeds, he got the hook and paid a huge economic price.

Those who make such clumsy comparisons are drawing faulty parallels. They are missing a rule of thumb that applies to Latinos, Asians, Indigenous people, Jews and most other groups: If you are inside the community, you can take far more liberties than outsiders can. Black folk can say the N-word, folk who are not Black cannot. Black folk can say things about each other, our culture, our habits and dispositions, our values and visions, our virtues and vices — but those outside of our communities dare not say them.

Saying harsh things about another culture is a dicey undertaking. In fact, white folk and other non-Black people who might have weighed in on Ye’s noxious anti-Blackness may have been discouraged from doing so by the very Black folk who found Ye’s views offensive. There is a dictum we all operate under: I can talk bad about my mother or brother, but you had better not. By that standard, Ye’s anti-Blackness should have been vigorously challenged by Black folk. To be sure, few Black folk are in a position to hold him to account, other than through critical public commentary or the highly problematic channels of “cancel culture.”

When Ye flicked verbal jabs at Jews, though, he was using his considerable visibility to pummel another population that has also endured considerable oppression. He was guilty of the very influence peddling and abuse of power he claimed he had suffered at the hands of Jews.

Ye’s Blackness could not rescue him, especially when he made the specious claim that, after all, he was punching up at the all-powerful and controlling Jews who were attempting to make his life hell. Ye met his match on the battlefield of symbolic politics and racial dispute: The people he attacked had just as much cultural cachet as Black folk do, because they too survived trouble, terror and trauma. His Blackness offered no shield from the undoing he faced for recklessly assaulting another group of people whose suffering had inspired the sorrow songs of his own people more than a century earlier.

Ye, Irving and the rest of us would do well to remember that African Americans and Jews are passengers on the same ship facing the ferocious headwinds of bigotry and hatred. The author and psychoanalyst Frantz Fanon said he learned to be “responsible in my body and soul for the fate reserved for my brother,” understanding that “the antisemite is inevitably a Negrophobe.” That is a lesson we should all learn.

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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I forgot to tune into the Springfield City Hall meeting last night. I did not see the renaming of Lane county on the written agenda. I will read the minutes. Eight days ago, I announced I was a candidate for President and Messiah. I will deliver messages to the seven million Jews who are American Citizens. I will oppose the team of Kirill and Meoz. I need someone to sponsor a trip to Israel. https://rosamondpress.com/2022/11/21/pro-israel-lobby-backs-election-deniers-2/

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