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"When a well packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic" Donald James [1931-2008]

It is said that "ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free", and it is absolutely evident that only the Truth shall make us free. But when are we ever going to face it?

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The Saxon Messenger is the home of William Finck's quarterly magazine, and a project of Christogenea.org. Each issue is a collection of articles from Christogenea and various other selected writers dealing with the problems that Christendom faces today as the White race struggles for identity and survival in an ever-more-hostile world.

Notice: The Saxon Messenger magazine has not been published since October, 2018. The publisher cancelled the account without notice some time in 2020 so past issues are no longer available.

An Indictment Against the Profane


An Indictment Against the Profane by L. D. Durrence

While the Bible instructs that we are to censor our own mouths and that men will be judged upon every idle word we speak, those who would attack others regarding "profane language" would do well to ensure that they themselves aren't hypocrites, guilty of language far more profane than the slang they criticize. Far too often, we find that those who are quick to reprimand others for what they erroneously refer to as profanity, are the same ones truly guilty of what they accuse others. This is precisely the type of negative, hypocritical judgment that the Bible warns against (Matt 7:1-5, Luke 6:41;12:1; Rom 2:1-3).

When we look to what the New Covenant of our Bible teaches regarding profane language, we see that true profane language is language that disagrees with the just judgments and principles laid out in Yahweh's Word. To disagree with Yahweh's Word on any point is to blaspheme, and to blaspheme is to profane our God Himself. This also implies that His Word is knowable, definable, apprehendable, as well as required.

Consider the Ambassador Paul's first letter to Timothy in chapter one, warning him not to tolerate other teachings. In verse 6, Paul refers to those "from which some having failed have turned to talking vainly, wishing to be teachers of the law, understanding neither the things they speak nor concerning things which they strongly maintain." Paul then goes on to explain in verse 8 that the law is good if used lawfully. Then in verses 9-11, "Knowing this, that the law is not laid down for righteous, but for lawless and unruly, impious and wrongful, unholy and profane, patricidal and matricidal, murderous, fornicating, homosexual, kidnapping, lying, falsely swearing men, along with anything else which is contrary to sound instruction according to the good message of the honor of the blessed Yahweh, which I have been entrusted with."

Women Arrested for Praying Silently Near Abortion Clinic


This woman was praying silently outside of an abortion clinic in Birmingham, England, standing alone by herself, and this bobbie came along and arrested her.

The clinic is the Robert Nursing Home, 162 Station Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham. It is included on the list of licensed abortion clinics published by the British government.

The British police are a complete disgrace. While all sorts of children are being raped by muslim grooming gangs, they would rather be harrasing God-fearing British citizens.

This video was found on Bitchute.

Danish Prime Minister Confronted on Covid Vaccine Deaths


Thierry Baudet attempts to educate Dutch Parliament


Fear Porn and the Flu in Fifty-Seven

The interviewer appears to be playing up the reason for fear, while the doctors seem to be playing it down, and at the same time portraying medicine and vaccines as saviors.


The Silent Invader (Westinghouse Broadcasting, 1957)

From the U.S. National Library of Medicine:

This film discusses how the United States is preparing for an outbreak of Asian influenza. Prominent physicians and the head of the US Public Health Service address types of influenza, the nature of the virus, mortality rates, spread patterns, vaccines, the physician's responsibility, and medical advice for people who fall ill.

Learn more about this film and search its transcript at NLM Digital Collections:

Learn more about the National Library of Medicine's historical audiovisuals program at:

The Jew Among Thorns - another Librivox recording


Brothers Grimm, translated by Margaret Taylor (1884)

There was once a rich man, who had a servant who served him diligently and honestly: He was every morning the first out of bed, and the last to go to rest at night; and, whenever there was a difficult job to be done, which nobody cared to undertake, he was always the first to set himself to it. Moreover, he never complained, but was contented with everything, and always merry.

When a year was ended, his master gave him no wages, for he said to himself, "That is the cleverest way; for I shall save something, and he will not go away, but stay quietly in my service. The servant said nothing, but did his work the second year as he had done it the first; and when at the end of this, likewise, he received no wages, he made himself happy, and still stayed on.

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