Jim Bramlett (2 June 2011)
"Is a son of Esau in the White House?"

Dear friends:

Is Barack Hussein Obama a son, or descendant, of the biblical Esau, whom the Bible calls "a fornicator and a profane person" (Hebrews 12:16), and about whom God said He "hated" (Romans 9:13, or NLT: "rejected")? 

Esau was the father of the Edomites (Genesis 36:43).  Biblical Edom comprised the area currently populated by Jordan and the Palestinians.

Modern Arabs and Muslims are largely descendants of Esau and Ishmael.  About Ishmael, the Bible says: "He shall be a wild man; His hand shall be against every man, And every man’s hand against him" (Genesis 16:12).  We see that clearly today.  They hate and kill everybody, including themselves.

Esau was the eldest son of Isaac, and twin-brother of Jacob. Esau’s robust frame and “rough” aspect were the types of a wild and daring nature. He was a thorough Bedouin, a “son of the desert.”  Esau’s bitter hatred for his brother Jacob for fraudulently obtaining his blessing appears to have been inherited by his latest posterity.  >From Smith's Bible Dictionary.

So, descendants of Esau have always hated the descendants of Jacob, or the Jews.  We see that today.

What has all that got to do with Barack Hussein Obama?
Obama's ancestral home, and probably birthplace, is Kenya, in east Africa.  For the evidence, see

Arab traders began frequenting the Kenya coast around the 1st century AD. Kenya's proximity to the Arabian Peninsula invited colonization, and Arab and Persian settlements sprouted along the coast by the 8th century. Some of the "Arabs", like in much of East Africa, were Afro-Arabs.  >From Wikipedia:

I suspect these are the ancestors of Barack Hussein Obama. 

Esau's hatred is a trans-generational spirit.  It continues today.  I believe it drives Obama's anti-Israel and anti-American attitudes and actions.

Bottom line: We may have a son of Esau in the White House!  That explains the favor he gives to the Muslims and his disdain for the Jews, and even his own country.

How did this happen?  That is the question of the millennium.