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This month's Saxon Messenger features Slavery for a Hundred Years ... and Longer and The Prophecy of Amos, Part 6, by William Finck, The Federal Reserve: 100 Years of Tyranny, from Police State USA, The Adoption of Adaption, by Pastor Mark Downey The Origins of Political Correctness, by Bill Lind, who writes for traditionalright.com, and The Liberation of the Death Camps, by Lasha Darkmoon but based on an article originally by Theodore O'Keefe for the IHR. Also: Michael Hoffman on the murderer Ariel Sharon. See Michael's website at www.revisionisthistory.org
Submitted by William Finck on Mon, 2014-02-03 07:34
"Jour de Colère" à Paris: Manifestation antisémite - preuves en images
Submitted by William Finck on Sun, 2013-12-15 17:32
Who are the Peacemakers?
We first presented this theme for a Christogenea Open Forum program on May, 30th 2011.
One often-quoted verse from the Sermon on the Mount stands out among those several Bible passages which are frequently abused by universalists. From the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 5, from the King James Version: “9 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.”
The pundits of the Judaized denominational sects often cite this passage while concluding that Christians should therefore be at peace with all of the peoples of the world, regardless of nation, sexual orientation, race, religion or creed. Sadly, certain Identity Christians would follow them. But what is a peacemaker? Is an appeaser or a placator of aliens, idolators and sinners really a peacemaker? Is a peacemaker one who “builds bridges”, so to speak, with peoples who are outside of the covenants of God? Is that really what Christ referred to when He gave us these words?
Submitted by William Finck on Sun, 2013-12-01 13:17
“God stands in the congregation of the mighty; he judges among the gods. How long will ye judge unjustly, and accept the persons of the wicked? Defend the poor and fatherless: do justice to the afflicted and needy. Deliver the poor and needy: rid them out of the hand of the wicked. They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course. I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High. But ye shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes. Arise, O God, judge the earth: for thou shalt inherit all nations.” - Psalm 82
A thorough study of both scripture and classical history shall lead to the conclusion that the White nations of what was formerly called Christendom have indeed descended from the ancient children of Israel, who were the only branch of the White race accepted by Yahweh God as His children. Since that time, all of the other White nations have been overrun and destroyed by aliens, whether they be red, yellow, brown or black. Now in modern times, the nations of Christendom, the remnant of the White race residing in Europe and her colonies, are also being overrun by aliens.
The words of the eighty-second Psalm were indeed fulfilled two thousand years ago in Christ. For many days in the temple at Jerusalem, Yahshua Christ stood in its courts and chastised the Edomite Jews, demonstrating to the remnant of the children of Israel amongst them that they were indeed wicked, and that they could never be otherwise. However because in modern times the White children of God have once again accepted the persons of the wicked, the wicked have been able to infiltrate and corrupt Christian society just as they had corrupted the society of Judaea, and then that of the greater Roman empire. Once again in modern times, “all the foundations of the earth are out of course”.
Submitted by William Finck on Mon, 2013-11-25 06:40
The Jews in Hollywood and the media have been promoting the destruction of White society for over a hundred years. Every White women who would date a negro is really only a willing victim in an age-old war against Whites. Every White woman with non-White children is a willing traitor who has contributed to the destruction of White society.
Submitted by William Finck on Mon, 2013-10-28 14:22
The Huffington Post called them "teens", and the Delta-Democrat Times referred to them as "people", however the four negro beasts who beat 87-year-old Lawrence Thornton to death are certainly not either. Rather, they are wild beasts worthy of nothing but to have been shot on site.
Whites would be quick to shoot bears or wolves which roam their neighborhoods devouring the innocent. Why do negroes merit anything different?
The Beasts that Dwell Among Us, Part 29 - Negro "teen" Shoots Angler in Face While Trying to Loot Boat
Submitted by William Finck on Mon, 2013-10-28 14:15
It isn't going to end, at least until Whites finally realize that the murderous negro animals roaming our streets are not "teens", and that there is no crime problem: rather, there is a negro problem!
Day after day Whites are raped, pillaged, and killed by negro beasts out for a quick fix or some temporary pleasure. They are not people, they are animals. Wild animals. It is time that Whites properly quantified the problem, and drove the animals back into the jungles where they belong!
Pictured here is professional angler Jimmy Johnson, and the beast who shot him in the face, killing him, when he got caught robbing his boat. The local news outlets referred to this beast, a negro animal with the Anglo name of "Shaun Brown", as a "teen". That is not any different than calling a puppy an "infant". Animals are not "teens".
Submitted by William Finck on Tue, 2013-10-08 13:09
Christians have a clear scriptural obligation to substantiate the things which they profess. The apostle Paul admonishes us to “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good”, while the apostle John further warns us to “believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world” (1 Thessalonians 5:21 , 1 John 4:1). Therefore the proper acquisition of that proof requires an examination of both the message and the messenger.
The Valid Christian Ministry
Certain Christian Identity adherents have now and again come to the conclusion that they are tired of hearing about the issue of race, and that they want to concentrate on so-called spiritual things, imagining what life may be in the Kingdom of Heaven, and what our future is with our God. This attitude is not a good strategy. While we certainly should all be engaged in prayer and have our sights set upon the hope to come, we are still in the battle stage of our existence here in this life on earth, and this is where Yahweh our God wants us to be, otherwise we would not be here at all. In fact, Yahweh God did not preserve the Canaanites that the children of Israel may fantasize about how wonderful life may be without them. Rather, Yahweh preserved them “Only that the generations of the children of Israel might know, to teach them war” (Judges 3:2). Yet in spite of this, throughout scripture salvation is promised to the children of Israel.
Submitted by William Finck on Wed, 2013-09-04 20:16
Life's a Beach (a pun of course): tales from our August vacation.
For months Melissa had looked forward to the twelve day vacation we had been planning, and to spending a good deal of that time sitting on Panama City Beach. Our friend and brother, John Wade Moore, had offered to put us up for a week – or perhaps to put up with us for a week – and we certainly wouldn't turn down his hospitality. So adding a few days to the beginning and end of the time he offered, we also had the opportunity to visit with some of our Christian brethren along the way.
On the night of August 13th, we had dinner and grabbing a few bottles of some good German beer we headed down to the beach to sit and watch the stars. Sitting in the moonlit darkness of a clear night on Sunnyside Beach, which was a stop on the way to our destination the next morning, we saw three unusual lights in the sky, which were certainly not planets or stars. The lights were not part of a single solid object, but were rather points forming a triangle, and each of them would disappear momentarily and then quickly reappear, in a constant rhythm that lasted the entire time we observed them. The rhythm was almost as if the lights were three points on the dial of a clock, each obscured momentarily as an imaginary second hand swept over it. We watched them for well over an hour, and they seemed to be drifting up and down the Florida coast, sometimes a little closer to each other and sometimes moving further away. And while we could see the stars in the background between them, they always maintained the same triangular shape in relation to one another. The next day we noted that in relation to our location, the lights were in the same direction as Eglin Air Force Base. Searching the internet, we found a video which claimed to be of something similar to what we saw, but not quite exact, which was claimed to have been taken at Lehigh Acres, Florida on August 8th, at least 300 miles southeast of where we were staying. Were they UFO's? Some secret government technology? We won't join in the conjecture and the conspiracy theories, but we indeed saw what we describe here.
Submitted by William Finck on Wed, 2013-09-04 06:36
Submitted by William Finck on Wed, 2013-08-07 21:12
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We do not know much about the Reedy's, or why the White couple, who had four children, were separated just months after the birth of their young daughter. However rather than living with her husband James, on June 7th, 2013, Jennifer Reedy was admittedly sleeping in her home with a Mexican illegal alien named Jose Luis Aguilar when her 9-month old daughter, Serenity, was raped and murdered by the animal. Reports say that Reedy had taken her so-called “boyfriend” into her home about a month before her daughter's murder. According to the Richland, Washington Tri-City Herald, the baby had severe injuries to both her head and vagina. According to Columbia County's KEPR television “Reedy said Aguilar wanted to have sex that night but she told him no. She said Aguilar told her he would go take care of himself.” Evidently he did, with a little help from Serenity. A video report from the same source quotes a doctor who said there was “massive damage to [Serenity's] genital region.” The Tri-City Herald reports that Aguilar was picked up in a Greyhound bus in Barstow, California.
Submitted by William Finck on Tue, 2013-07-16 07:52
While it would take a volume of print to prove some of the assertions which are going to be made here this month, we have already presented much of that in Christreich, our commentary on the Revelation of Yahshua (Jesus) Christ.
There is only one woman in the eyes of Yahweh our God, allegorically speaking, and that woman is the twelve tribes of Israel collectively. In her obedience to her God, she is the bride, and she is promised rewards both earthly and heavenly. But in her disobedience she is a whore, and she is punished with an earthly punishment for her whoredoms. The proof is also, as our New England ancestors used to say, in the pudding: For the things from Scripture which are about to be expressed here are not only relative to the events of today, but they are the only way in which such events can be understood.
That the children of Israel are, collectively speaking, the whore of the Revelation is fully evident from the text of the Old Testament, where the language is quite explicit, for instance in Ezekiel 16:25: “Thou hast built thy high place at every head of the way, and hast made thy beauty to be abhorred, and hast opened thy feet to every one that passed by, and multiplied thy whoredoms.” The high places were the ancient centers of idolatry. The pagan temples of the past accepted all comers, and they were centers for banking, prostitution, dining and entertainment. But the children of Israel were to be a separate people, and not engage with the rest of the world in any of those things. While there are many references to this in Scripture, the primary reference is found at Exodus 19:5: “Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine”. The phrase “opened thy feet” in the passage of Ezekiel cited above is quite archaic. Today it would be literally rendered “spread your legs”, and the proof of that interpretation is found in Deuteronomy 28:57 where a similar phrase is used in the same manner. Spreading their legs is exactly what the children of Israel do when they mingle with the other races of the world, which is what Ezekiel refers to with the remark concerning “every one that passed by”. For doing such things, these same children of Israel were warned, at Amos 3:2: “You only have I known of all the families of the earth: therefore I will punish you for all your iniquities.” The books of the prophets, and the entire Revelation, are all about that punishment.
Submitted by William Finck on Tue, 2013-06-04 13:52
What is Universalism? This word is very frequently tossed around Christian Identity circles, yet very few students of the Bible, or even pastors, actually take the time to comprehend an accurate definition of its meaning. Those few who do usually resort to a mainstream Christian commentary or theological dictionary, and some often even pick-and-choose from such dictionaries until they find a definition which suits their own purpose. How one may define universalism must even by necessity be relative to the established doctrines of any particular religious sect so there is no certain definition which can fit all sects. So what is universalism to an Identity Christian? We shall endeavor to answer that question shortly. First, to our readers, there is a closely related topic of interest which we must also discuss.
Particularly, we here at the Saxon Messenger, which is a part of the Christogenea ministry, have been labeling a certain so-called Christian Identity pastor (if we must use the term) as a universalist ever since we stopped working with him over two years ago. We parted ways and broke communion with this individual primarily for his universalist positions when interpreting Scripture. Tired of being accused of name-calling, as if somehow we had no substance to such accusations, this past March on a Saturday evening we laid out a large cross-section of the evidence in a single two-and-a-half hour program, supplying many audio clips directly from this person's own recordings and then responding to them from Scripture. We explained why this person deserved the label of universalist with all possible precision. There is a plethora of additional evidence which can be brought to light directly from the written or spoken words of this person which further supports our assertions.
Submitted by William Finck on Tue, 2012-01-17 13:21