Chanting for Help

D L Henderson
3 min readJan 24, 2020

Where does the chant, “Jews will not replace us!” come from? Not from what groups, but what exactly is its basis in thought? Having no inside information, I’m just going to have to guess…

Some of those groups use the Bible to justify their conclusions. That seems to me to be their first error, not “rightly dividing the word of truth.” (ref. — II Timothy 2:15) The Bible, you must understand, is the history of the nation of Israel, whom God led and protected, established with them His laws of righteousness, and who He used to supplant the evil nations in the land of Canaan, which He had promised to the patriarch Abraham.

First of all, the United States of America is not the nation of Israel ! God did not part the Atlantic Ocean for the Pilgrims to walk across, and the armies of Great Britain neither pursued them, nor did they drown in the deluge of the depths of the sea. The Jewish people are not trying to replace anyone! Just like everybody else, they came here to escape persecution and/or to seek economic opportunity. There are dozens of nationalities that live here in peace and contributing to society who have come here for the exact same reasons. None are seeking world domination. The only persons actually seeming to have that goal are perhaps those who are doing the chanting…Again, you are not the lost tribe of Israel. You are Americans or some other, but certainly not Israeli.

Now the chanters are like a lot of other Americans who believe they are, or are actually are getting the short end of the stick. Somebody’s screwing them (us). That’s for sure. No matter how hard we work, generation after generation we all are still stuck at the bottom of the economic ladder. Some make progress, but the next generation seems to have to start all over again. Some, through circumstances they have no control over, end up beyond “start” and do not even get a roof over their heads, including families, veterans, folks from every circumstance. It’s called “victims of circumstance.” Yet, stray cats and dogs get more empathy than they do…Nevertheless, I diverge…

When I misplace something, most often I ask, “So, who took my keys?” I tend to want to blame somebody, somebody else of course, not myself.

I remember, when one of my boys was in Elementary School, there was one kid who liked to tell stories to get other kids to get into a fight, and then he liked to stand by and watch them go at it. If your neighbor (ref. — Luke 10:25–37, esp. Verse 29 ) does not, no way, no how reach out to you in friendship when you are a victim of circumstance, maybe he’s the type that just wants to watch. (ref. also — Luke 10:25–37).

After almost 70 years of bottom feeding, I’m convinced it’s not who to blame but what to blame. Long story short, it is the world economic system (like the IMF & World Bank — not run by Jews, but by its member governments). That is the “what” to blame. For example, in the beginning of the 20th Century folks making like $450 had basically the exact same standard of living as those of us making $450 at the beginning of the 21st Century. The appalling difference is then it was $450 per year and now it’s $450 per week !!! What the fruit cake!?!

In conclusion, we must not fight one another. We must seek to regain control of the Economic System that has become so oppressive, that system that has become the brat kid who likes to start fights between others. The levers of this runaway locomotive are in self-government…You know,like the one we’re supposed to have here in the United States. So, vote ! And please vote for Representatives who don’t blame “the others,” and who know what to blame, and who don’t enjoy watching us fight with each other, but are willing to fight for all our benefit. All we need is a fair fight, a fight against circumstance.



D L Henderson

Born 1950; HS 1968; Born again 1972; Cornell ILR; Steward, Local President/Business Agent; Husband, father, grandfather; winner/loser/everything in between