September 2021

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 54: 67, The Little Horn of Daniel Chapter 8, continued; 68, Revelation chapter 9: The Army of the Euphrates

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 54

We had left off in our last presentation with a discussion of the little horn of Daniel chapter 8 and our interpretation identifying it as a reference to Mohammed and the creation of Islam. Doing that, we used Isadore of Seville as an example of the anti-Jewish political climate of the era, in which it becomes evident that Jews would certainly be motivated to find a method by which to combat the rise of Christianity in Europe for the benefit of their own interests. Two canons proposed by Isadore had become law, whereby crypto-Jews would be deprived of their own children, and all Jews would be forbidden to hold public office, even if they claimed to be Christians. So we also see that in the early 7th century, Jews were considered as a race, and not merely as a religion. Then we presented evidence from citations compiled by Clifton Emahiser revealing that Mohammed was one such racial Jew, at least on the side of his mother. Even the early stories of the founding of Islam relate accounts of Mohammed’s having received the approval of Jewish rabbis before he first left Mecca.

Before we continue our discussion of Mohammed, there are two things we have discussed previously upon which I would like to elaborate. The first are the four divisions of Alexander’s empire. After his death, there was no clear heir to succeed him, and his son, who later became known as Alexander IV, had not yet been born. Alexander had a half brother named Philip III. After a fierce rivalry, Alexander’s half-brother Philip Arrhidaeus ruled for a short time as king of Macedonia, with Perdiccas, Alexander’s former bodyguard and cavalry general serving as regent. But both Philip and Alexander’s infant son were ultimately murdered. Perdiccas later died in Egypt, after a failed attempt to take that portion of the empire from Ptolemy. After Macedon, the other three divisions of the empire were the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, the Seleucid Empire in Syria and the east, and the Kingdom of Pergamon in western Asia Minor.

On the Epistles of John, Part 12: Guarding the Flock

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On the Epistles of John, Part 12: Guarding the Flock

We have recently completed our commentary on the first epistle of John, and now we shall move on to the second of the epistles attributed to the apostle. In our translation here we have either followed or considered the readings of the 4th century Codices Sinaiticus (א) and Vaticanus (B), the 5th century Codices Alexandrinus (A), and Vaticanus Graecus 2061 (048), and another 5th, or perhaps 6th century Codex known only as Uncial 0232, in which only the first nine verses of this epistle are attested, in whole or in part. These manuscripts and their differences with one another and with the Majority Text, as they are presented in the critical apparatus of the 27th edition of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, were all considered in our translation or in the accompanying notes. Unfortunately, there are no ancient papyri which have yet been discovered which predate the 7th century and attest to the text of either the second or third epistles of John. For all of our translations, we only considered readings from manuscripts which are esteemed to date from the 6th century and earlier.

As I had also said in the preface of our presentation of the first epistle of John, while we possess a copy of the 28th edition of the Novum Testamentum Graece, which was first published in 2012, I have not yet had the opportunity to compare its Greek text and critical notes to these translations. Our translation and notes are based on the 27th edition, which was first published in 1993. The 28th edition does add 29 recently discovered papyri to the catalog of 98 New Testament papyri fragments from which readings were included in the 27th edition. But none of the newly added papyri fragments contain any portion of the epistles of John.

Now before we commence with a commentary on this rather short second epistle of John, I am compelled to recollect some of John’s most important teachings in that first epistle by comparing a passage from chapter 6 of the Wisdom of Solomon to aspects of the first epistle of John which we have recently seen and discussed. I feel compelled to do this in order to address some recent criticism which I have received, for which I am persuaded that this is a timely and appropriate occasion.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 53: 66, The Ram, the Goat, and Four Persian Kings; 67, The Little Horn of Daniel Chapter 8

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 53

Throughout the past several presentations in this series we have been discussing the great world empires which Daniel had prophesied first from a vision experienced by Nebuchadnezzar, and then from a vision of his own, which are recorded in Daniel chapters 2 and 7. From there, we presented an interpretation of the little horn of Daniel chapter 7, and the two beasts of Revelation chapter 13. The first beast of that chapter was described as the same series of empires, and the second as the Roman Catholic papacy, an office which had acquired its power when it was ordained by the emperor Justinian, for which reason we identify him with the little horn of Daniel chapter 7. Now we shall take the next step into Daniel chapters 8 and 11, and discuss the visions of the ram and the goat, and of four Persian kings. After that, we hope to discuss another little horn, which is prophesied later in Daniel chapter 8. As we already hope to have elucidated, once it is realized that all of these prophecies of future history recorded by Daniel and John were fulfilled in the White tribes of Europe and Mesopotamia, then there should be no doubt that the White nations of Christian Europe are the descendants of the ancient Israelites, who were certainly also White.

66) The Ram, the Goat, and Four Persian Kings

The vision in Daniel chapter 7, of the four beast empires followed by a little horn, is broad in scope and was experienced by Daniel in the first year of Belshazzar, who was the son of Nabonidus, the fourth and final successor of Nebuchadnezzar II, and the last independent Babylonian king. Belshazzar served in Babylon as regent for his father for most of his rule, but never had the title of king which belonged to his father. Nebuchadnezzar ascended to the Babylonian throne in 605 BC, and soon thereafter had defeated Pharaoh Necho II at the battle of Carchemish. After the fall of Assyria in 612 BC, the Egyptians had hoped to gain portions of the empire to which they had historical ties or claims. In 609 BC Josiah, King of Judah, was also killed in that endeavor, as he confronted Necho when he had passed through Judah with his armies. But the defeat of Necho ensured that the Babylonians would succeed the Assyrians as rulers of the Adamic world. Nebuchadnezzar died in 562 BC, and the next four kings were all relatively short-lived up to Nabonidus, who along with his son Belshazzar had orchestrated a coup against his predecessor and had then ruled for about 17 years.

White Nationalist Cognitive Dissonance Part 3 – The Tolerance of Evil

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The tolerance of Evil Causes Ships to Run Aground
The Tolerance of Evil has Caused Many a Ship to Run Aground.

White Nationalist Cognitive Dissonance Part 3 – The Tolerance of Evil

This presentation was, more or less, handed to me by some friends. Coming home from an event where David Duke had spoken, I wanted to find a way to once again explain and to address his cognitive dissonance. So when I got to my desk, I found that our friend Michael Watcher had already created this image advertising an article I had written in December of 2013 titled The Tolerance of Evil. Then I noticed that our friend Joe from the Christogenea Forum had posted a snippet from my commentary on Hosea explaining the failure of America. So it all came together for me and consequently I could not help but to make this presentation. For those who are new to Christogenea, White Nationalist Cognitive Dissonance parts 1 and 2 were presented here in the Spring of 2015.

Attending the annual League of the South National Conference this year, I once more had the questionably pleasurable experience of listening to a lengthy talk by David Duke, who is probably the world’s most recognizable living White Nationalist. Of course, I am not envious, as I do not reckon myself a mere White Nationalist. Being an Identity Christian, I hardly expect to be recognizable at all, even in White nationalist circles, and at such affairs I would really just prefer to blend into the background. Having attended these conferences each year since 2018, for several years I have purposely ignored Mr. Duke, even though we spent hours within proximity of one another not only at the conferences, but also in after-hours social settings. However I believe that I have done this for good reason. I am persuaded that there is a gulf between us which, perhaps for reason of our personalities, cannot be bridged. If this evokes the words of Christ in the parable of the rich man and Lazarus, the allusion is not accidental.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 52: 65, Daniel 7 and the Two Beasts of Revelation Chapter 13

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 TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 52

Discussing our presentation of Proof 63 in our series, our interpretation of the little horn of Daniel chapter 7, we asserted as a fact that the emperor Justinian is that little horn. Now we shall correlate that prophecy with the prophecy of the two beasts found in Revelation chapter 13. As we have already hoped to have demonstrated here, once the identity of these empires and beasts found in these prophecies from Daniel and the Revelation are established, there should be no doubt that the White nations of Christian Europe are the descendants of the ancient Israelites, who were certainly also White.

65) Daniel 7 and the Two Beasts of Revelation 13

As we had done in proof # 63 in relation to Daniel chapter 7, here we will also begin to present this subject as it was discussed at length in a paper titled The “Little Horn” of Daniel chapter 7, a review of a paper by Clifton Emahiser, which was presented at Christogenea last November. But because of its length and the fact that the paper addresses other peripheral topics which are not pertinent here, we will only follow it for a few paragraphs. Doing this, we will continue to speak of that little horn of Daniel chapter 7, as it lays a firm foundation upon which we can interpret Revelation chapter 13.

So where we left off with that paper in Proof # 63, now we shall resume our summary, and:

Clifton continues to cite his old Watchman’s Teaching Letter, which in turn continues to cite [a book by] Howard Rand [titled Study in Revelation]:

“Then quoting on page 49 from this same book [under the subtitle]: ‘CHURCH OVER STATE: Pope Agapetus, in a dispute with Justinian the Emperor of the East, won his point and the Emperor yielded to the Pope. The head of the Church had triumphed over the head of the government. This was 536 A.D. A Church council assembled at Constantinople this same year and informed the government, as a servant of the Church, that an edict be issued ordering a decision of the council executed. This was done and thus Church and State became united. Persecutions followed, which the Church dictated and the State supported. One thousand two hundred and sixty years of cruel torture and destruction now followed, resulting in nearly a hundred million dying violent deaths’.”

Note the dates, that as a result of Justinian’s own laws, the pope first prevailed over him in 536 AD, exactly 1,260 years before Napoleon had arrested pope Pius VI.

The Sea and the Waves Roaring, a Critique of a Sermon by Bertrand Comparet

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The Sea and the Waves Roaring

A supposedly “scientific” academic study conducted by researchers from Harvard, Duke, Stanford and other institutions and recently published by Elsevier at the company’s website, is titled Reparations for Black American descendants of persons enslaved in the U.S. and their potential impact on SARS-CoV-2 transmission. In the opening sentence of its abstract, the study claims that “In the United States, Black Americans are suffering from a significantly disproportionate incidence of COVID-19. Going beyond mere epidemiological tallying, the potential for racial-justice interventions, including reparations payments, to ameliorate these disparities has not been adequately explored.” So the study set out to prove that slavery reparations would save Negros from this supposed virus which has caused a non-existent plague, and without a doubt, science is actively being fabricated to support Jewish identity politics, which are anti-White identity politics.

This is just one more academic attack on a Caucasian race that does not even actually exist. That is correct, according to many academics in recent years, Caucasians, or White people, are not a race because race is an artificial social construct. So in Wikipedia’s article under the title Caucasian we read, in part:

The Caucasian race (also Caucasoid or Europid) is an obsolete racial classification of human beings based on a now-disproven theory of biological race. The Caucasian race was historically regarded as a biological taxon which, depending on which of the historical race classifications was being used, usually included ancient and modern populations from all or parts of Europe, Western Asia, Central Asia, South Asia, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa.

But if race does not exist, the hypocritical academic industry has nevertheless continued to use terms such as racism and racist to account for the general failure of Negros in America, and to describe anyone who understands their failure to be the direct result of the character and intrinsic nature of Negros.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 51: 64, The Little Horn of Daniel Chapter 7, continued

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 51

In our last presentation we discussed Nebuchadnezzar’s vision in Daniel chapter 2 and the series of world empires of which it prophecies, ending with Rome. This prophecy proves once again that the Germanic tribes are the true people of Yahweh God as it was they who had destroyed and supplanted those empires, ultimately establishing Christian kingdoms in their place. Then we moved on to a very similar vision which Daniel himself had and which was described in Daniel chapter 7. But while the explanation of the vision of the four beasts clearly describes the same series of four empires, it is broader in scope and portrays in greater detail some of the things which would happen after the passing of those four empires. So here we are in the middle of that discussion, and when it is completed, we must conclude once again that the only valid interpretation of the character of the little horn of Daniel chapter 7 also proves that the Germanic tribes are the Israelites of the Old Testament Scriptures.

64) The Little Horn of Daniel Chapter 7, continued

Before we begin I have a clarification to make, as I admitted recently that I could not remember whether the Franks were Christian or not before the fall of Rome. But in Book 5 of his History of the Wars of Justinian, in chapter 5, Procopius described a letter written by Justinian appealing for Frankish support in the war against the Goths based on the commonality of their orthodox Christian faith. So apparently the Franks were Christian by that time, and they were Catholic Christians, while the Goths were Arian Christians. This I found in my notes on Procopius while preparing for today’s presentation. Bede, in Book 5, chapter 10 of his Ecclesiastical History, had described missions of Christians in Britain and Ireland to convert to Christianity the Franks and Saxons on the Continent, many of which seemed to be successful.

In Daniel chapter 7 we read in Daniel’s explanation of a vision which he had of four beasts that “17 These great beasts, which are four, are four kings, which shall arise out of the earth. 18 But the saints of the most High shall take the kingdom, and possess the kingdom for ever, even for ever and ever.” So here we see parallels with Daniel chapter 2 which are sufficient to conclude that these are two different visions of the same future history, future from Daniel’s time but long past our own. Then after describing the fourth of those beasts, which was the Roman empire, Daniel says a little further on: “20 And of the ten horns that were in his head, and of the other which came up, and before whom three fell; even of that horn that had eyes, and a mouth that spake very great things, whose look was more stout than his fellows. 21 I beheld, and the same horn made war with the saints, and prevailed against them; 22 Until the Ancient of days came, and judgment was given to the saints of the most High; and the time came that the saints possessed the kingdom.”

On the Epistles of John, Part 11: The Truth of God

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On the Epistles of John, Part 11: The Truth of God

In our commentary on the opening verses of 1 John chapter 5 we had discussed The Spirit, the Water and the Blood, and now we shall resume that discussion here, as there is still much to consider in regard to verses 7 and 8 of this chapter. However first we shall offer a summation of some of our remarks concerning verse 6, where John had written, speaking in reference to Christ Himself, that “6 This is He having come through water and blood, Yahshua Christ. Not by water only but by water and blood. And it is the Spirit which testifies, because the Spirit is the Truth.” By writing this, John the apostle placed an emphasis on the importance of Christ’s having come into the world through blood, and since all living creatures have blood, either man or beast, it must have been John’s intention to refer to a particular blood.

As we had also elucidated, Paul of Tarsus had explained this same thing in a different way, where he had written that Christ was bound to come in the same flesh and blood which belonged to His children, in Hebrews chapter 2 where he wrote that “14 Therefore, since the children have taken part in flesh and blood, He also in like manner took part in the same… 16 For surely not that of angels has He taken upon Himself, but He has taken upon Himself of the offspring of Abraham, 17 from which He was obliged in all respects to become like the brethren…” It is also evident that Christ had come for children of that same flesh and blood, as He Himself had professed that He came “but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel” in Matthew chapter 15. The children of which Paul had spoken are indeed the genetic children of Abraham, as they must be brethren of Christ who was of the seed of Abraham, and in Paul’s words they were brethren before Christ had come.