Why should Christians work hard to get Jews fired from their jobs?

It is a part of Christian duty to work hard to get Jews fired from their jobs, especially when they occupy jobs with influence and power, such as a government job, a job as a principal of a local public school, or as a manager of a company.

Because Jews in America, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom are similar in that they push pro-Jewish agency in society, it is dangerous to have Jews in jobs with power and influence.

Taking influence away from people who can destroy Christian ideals and Bible ethics is an important part of Christian work.

What is dangerous is to have competent people in power positions who oppose the Holy Bible and Bible-centered social ethics.

It is important to be strategic in demoting competent Jews who want to destroy Christian ethics and take positions of influence away from Jews with experience who will use their positions to de-Christianize the American society.

Competent anti-Christian Jews are far more dangerous to Christianity than incompetent people who oppose Christianity.

It is important for Christians to be strategic about targeting Harvard-educated and Columbia University educated Jews who are highly competent, who can use their positions of power and influence to attack Christianity in society.

Jews who are judges (such as Supreme Court Justices) have worked hard to de-Christianize the country using their official positions, and their competence in law is a curse upon America, since the most important thing is to follow the Bible and value Christian ideals.

It is important for Christians to fight for a Christian identity of the United States of America, because that is what the Holy Trinity wants.

God does not want Christianity to be taken out of the American society.

Christians must find creative ways to fight the United States Supreme Court and the Jewish power in US justice system  which are Hell-bent on de-Christianizing American institutions and taking Christianity out of public schools and state universities.