May 2017

New French Mural Announces the Fulfillment of an age-old Jewish Design


An earlier and equally foreboding mural than the one we discuss here, also by Cleon Patterson.

New French Mural Announces the Fulfillment of an age-old Jewish Design

After a struggle of perhaps two years, in August of 1791 the King of France, Louis XVI, was forced to accept a new constitution which ended the absolute monarchy and turned over political authority to the National Assembly. However whether complete political rights were going to be extended to particular groups, namely women and Jews, was still being argued by the Assembly as many Frenchmen continued to uphold traditional values. A month later, on September 27th, 1791, a French lawyer, Freemason, and member of the secret society of the Jacobins proposed a motion titled “Admission of Jews to Rights of Citizenship”.

In the motion, Adrien Duport made the assertion that the French had declared by their “Constitution how all peoples of the earth could become French citizens and how all French citizens could become active citizens.” This was not necessarily true, but rather the new Constitution offered active citizenship only to adult French males who were not servants and only extended passive citizenship to others, creating two permanent classes. Yet it did not stop the Jacobin lawyer from arguing that “… it be declared relative to the Jews that they will be able to become active citizens, like all the peoples of the world, by fulfilling the conditions prescribed by the Constitution. I believe that freedom of worship no longer permits any distinction to be made between the political rights of citizens on the basis of their beliefs and I believe equally that the Jews cannot be the only exceptions to the enjoyment of these rights, when pagans, Turks, Muslims, Chinese even, men of all the sects, in short, are admitted to these rights.”

The Protocols of Satan, Part 30: Off With the Heads

 
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The Protocols of Satan, Part 30: Off With the Heads

Our last installment in these Protocols of Satan was subtitled Constitutional Vanity, and we endeavored to show that regardless of the imagined soundness of the document, that the United States Constitution was destined to be undermined on the part of private and commercial interests. One of the basic purposes of the document in the first place was to ensure that such private commercial interests would have free reign to operate in every State, and some of the most significant acts of early Presidents were in defense of private commercial interests at the general public expense.

One important point we hope to have made in our last presentation, was in relation to the statement in the Protocols that the rights of the people were fictitious, and that is indeed the case here in America as well as in Europe. When the Bill of Rights was introduced, it was not a part of the original Constitution. Rather, it was only amended to the Constitution by the first Congress. What Congress gives, Congress can ultimately take away, and our perceived rights have been successfully limited by Congress at diverse times, so they are not really rights at all. Rather than having been an after-thought approved by the Congress, such rights at the very least should have been an intrinsic part of the original document which created the Congress. The difference may seem trivial, but it is actually quite important.

In the conclusion of our last discussion, we presented a story from former U.S. Congressman and Tennessee war hero Davy Crockett, which showed the general attitudes of his own fellow politicians which had undermined many Constitutional principles, and how their attitudes contrasted to the steadfast understanding of one particular Southern farmer, Horatio Bunce. We thought the story was a perfect example of how the Constitution, which is basically a contract for trade and mutual defense between various States, utterly failed to preserve liberty to the people, and instead even helped to sell them into debt servitude.

Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 2: Gender Roles in Apostolic Christianity

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Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 2: Gender Roles in Apostolic Christianity

This program is subtitled Gender Roles in Apostolic Christianity, which is a discussion for the end of the presentation. We wanted to subtitle it When All is not ALL, and that is a theme as we present the opening verses of 1 Timothy chapter 2. We opted for the subtitle which we did only because of the current war against traditional gender roles in modern society which is now coming to a crescendo. In the end, God will not be mocked. There are only two genders, and they are determined by the biology of one’s birth. Those genders are given peculiar roles assigned to them byt the Creator, and in the end they will once again assume those roles. Everything else is a sickness spawned by the minds of devils.

Paul of Tarsus having had both Timothy and Titus (the Titus Justus of Corinth) in his company for long periods of time, which is evident in Acts chapters 16 through 18 and in various of his other epistles, we may be confident that these men had learned first-hand how Paul believed that a Christian assembly should be organized, and how Christians should conduct themselves in their daily lives and interactions with one another and with the world outside. We may also imagine that these pastoral epistles among Paul’s letters are very likely not the only epistles which Paul had written to his younger companions, but rather, that they are the only ones which survived.

The Brattle of New Orleans

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See the Dixie Project at Christogenea for links to image galleries and videos from May 7th at Lee Circle in New Orleans.

The Brattle of New Orleans

The first week of May was already somewhat more hectic for us than usual. Our regular internet service was taken out by a storm Thursday morning, and two attempts to pre-record a scheduled program with our friend Don Fox had failed miserably. The back-up plan, a cellphone hotspot that is almost always reliable, wasn’t even lukewarm in the continuing bad weather. But when we heard what was about to happen in New Orleans the coming weekend, we just had to go, and Don kindly agreed to do our Saturday program live. We would have to do our part from a motel room in Slidell, Louisiana after a long drive Saturday afternoon. At least the drive from Northwest Florida to New Orleans is quite scenic.

Back in April, we posted a short paragraph and a video of talk radio host Nathan Laurenson and a small group of local residents protesting the removal of the Liberty Place Monument, which is a memorial commemorating the actions of patriots who in 1874 had rebelled against an oppressive and corrupt Reconstruction government. It was only the first of four monuments that the City of New Orleans is planning to remove. The Confederate-era monuments in New Orleans are being taken down in the middle of the night under heavy police guard by contractors who wear masks and conceal the names of their companies, and the protesters were out there with them. Seeing the video of Nathan on the Internet at The Daily Resistance website, we sent him a short note commending his good work. We didn’t know at the time that we would be chatting with him at Lee Circle in New Orleans a short couple of weeks later.

Arthur Lee: The Right Kind of Fear and White Power

 
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Even though we are very happy that we made the trip west, it has been a somewhat difficult week since we returned home from New Orleans on Monday, and I will explain some of that tomorrow when we present an article that I have been writing on our experiences there. So we won’t even speak about it now, but everything here is fine and we praise Yahweh for that.

Because we could not possibly prepare a program for tonight, due to the circumstances, we once again have our dear friend and brother Arthur Lee of Identity Struggle stepping up to the plate for us, and we are going to present three of his recent sermons:The Right Kind of Fear, White Power Part 1, The Source and White Power Part 2, The Solution. We pray that you enjoy them.

William Finck Appeared on Battle of New Orleans Radio Wednesday May 10th

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Facing down the Antifa alongside the League of the South and assorted other Nationalist or patriotic groups at Lee Circle in New Orleans on Sunday, May 7th, 2017.

We will give a full report in an article to be presented here this weekend, May 13th, on Christogenea Saturdays.

An End Times Update, with Don Fox

 
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An End Times Update: Donald Fox and William Finck survey the prospects for the anticipated Fall of Babylon, and the changes in circumstances and attitudes on the political, economic and social landscape in America since the topic was covered in depth here in the Beginnings and Ends series last June.

See Don's website at donaldfox.wordpress.com

Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 1: Yahshua [Jesus] Christ is God and His Gospel is for Israel

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Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 1: Yahshua [Jesus] Christ is God and His Gospel is for Israel

Now we are going to begin a presentation of Paul’s first epistle to Timothy, as we near the completion of a commentary on the epistles of Paul of Tarsus which we had begun with the epistle to the Romans in the Spring of 2014. This is now the 109th presentation in the series. It may be fitting that the pastoral epistles to Timothy and Titus are presented last in order of Paul’s epistles, as they are in most Bibles. However one error that most Bibles make is not to count Hebrews amongst Paul’s other epistles. Furthermore, Philemon belongs with Colossians, and it is not really a pastoral epistle in the sense of those which were written to Timothy and Titus. Going one step further, we have decided to put both of the epistles to Timothy last in order here because we find it appropriate to present 2 Timothy at the very end of our presentation of Paul’s epistles, although 2 Timothy was not actually the last of Paul’s epistles chronologically. When we do finally present 2 Timothy, we hope to make a full explanation of our reasons for that. If we had chosen to make our entire presentation in the order in which Paul wrote his epistles, 1 Timothy would follow Titus, and it in turn would be followed by 2 Corinthians. 2 Timothy would come later, as Paul was under house arrest in Rome when it was written (see Ordering and chronology of the epistles of Paul).

Paul had apparently written his first epistle to the Corinthians not long before he left Ephesus, in what was most likely the Spring of 56 AD, which we had explained in part 3 of our presentation of that epistle. He had initially planned on going to Achaia by way of Makedonia, and spending the winter in Corinth, as he wrote in chapter 16 of that epistle. But some time during the initial stage of his travels Paul decided instead to winter in Nicopolis, which is in Epirus and northwest of Corinth. As we had explained earlier in this series, such as in the opening segment of our commentary on the epistle to Titus, Paul must have received a letter from Corinth in answer to the epistle which we know as 1 Corinthians, and he then decided to delay going to Corinth and spent the subsequent winter at Nicopolis instead. He gave his reasons for that decision in the opening chapters of 2 Corinthians, which was written as he wintered in Nicopolis, and both Titus and Timothy were with him.

Traveling to Makedonia from Ephesus, when Paul arrived in the Troad he had not found Titus, whom he had expected to find, but rather he found that Titus had gone to Crete to settle some problems there. So Paul wrote a letter which we now have as the epistle to Titus from the Troad to Titus in Crete, giving him advice and asking him to meet him for the winter in Nicopolis. But Titus caught up to Paul in Makedonia instead (2 Corinthians 7:5-6), and then he must have accompanied Paul to Nicopolis, as he is there with him when 2 Corinthians is written. Titus later takes that epistle ahead of Paul to deliver it to the Corinthians before Paul’s planned visit there in the early Spring of 57 AD.