A Divided House Must Fall

President-Elect Jo Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday, January 20th, 2021 and will immediately set about dismantling the policies from the Trump Presidency.

Trump’s legacy will cease to exist as if he had never been. Every minute the Democrats reimpose their authority over the government and its citizens their socialist agenda for America becomes irresistible. ‘Long live the President,’ and down with all who disagree with the ‘New Order’. Those who do disagree will soon be brought to heel if they want to earn a living, and they will soon begin to detach themselves from the Trump vision for America.

However, there will be diehards who make their dissatisfaction known but for the majority, the peak of the political fever having subsided will be followed by despondency, apathy, and indifference. For the remainder just underneath the surface the resentment and for some sheer hate that many feel for the America that voted for Biden and Harris will eventually come to the surface and rage against the social and moral cesspool that threatens to pervert the values that were once the province of a people that prided itself on its idealistic destiny. They want no part of values that are at best shallow, and at worst nonexistent.

America is cursed with problems of gigantic magnitude and plagued by cynical leaders obsessed with narrow party and factional interests.

The divide in American society poses a clear threat to its existence while ever those in charge continue to push the country towards socialist oblivion.

‘A House Divided Must Fall’

Yosef Yigal Drever

Yosef Yigal Drever and Sylvia Drever co-founded Achdut HaLev in 2006 to reach out to the Jewish community's around the world providing support in learning Torah and promoting the 'Return of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel.' Yosef Yigal made Aliya in 2014 while Sylvia his wife is an Israeli. In late 2014 Achdut HaLev concentrated all its resources towards Aliya and the rebuilding of Eretz Yisrael. Excluding none and embracing all. The commandment to settle the Land of Israel is equal in importance to all the Torah Commandments all together: (Sifri Deut 12:29)