Globalism is Judaism, a review of a pair of sermons by Bertrand Comparet
Actually, Globalism as it is practised these last few decades is Satanism, it is Communism, and it is also Judaism, but in reality those last three terms are merely synonyms. However in these two sermons which we are about to present and critique, Bertrand Comparet himself did not use the terms globalism or Judaism, and in fact, he only mentioned Jews once in one of them, where he associated them with communism. Nevertheless, he certainly was describing and addressing them all. So here we are going to discuss two of Comparet’s sermons, both of them relatively short, which are titled Like All the Nations and The Covenant with Death. When we are done, we hope to have elucidated the fact that international treaties with aliens and non-Christians certainly are a covenant with death, and from the observable state of world politics today, the assertion is proven beyond dispute.
Because it has been so long since I read Jeanne Snyder’s publication of Comparet’s sermons, which is not necessarily complete, in preparation for this program I visited the Comparet project at Christogenea to search out what Bertrand Comparet had said about Adolf Hitler. That is because, of all the notable political figures of the 20th century, it was Adolf Hitler more beyond other who had stood against Globalism. He saw Globalism as a vehicle of both Jewish Capitalism and Jewish Marxism, and correctly understood that all of these are just different arms of the same beast. Hitler had understood that the Jew, an international creature, has forever sought to subvert every nation, and was effective at that subversion through the command which he has of international finance. For that same reason, he also understood that the Jew is the destroyer of the integrity of all creation, and especially of our White Christian race.
While Comparet was certainly no National Socialist, at least in the mainstream sense that the enemies of God like to label as Nazi, surprisingly he did not express antipathy for Hitler, but rather seemed neutral and objective, and neither did he accept the charges of genocide known by the Jewish trademark Holocaust. In fact, speaking of the second world war in his sermon Babylon’s Money, Comparet said “The worst things that Hitler was ever accused of doing, and they were lies, weren't half as bad as what we did as a matter of government policy.” Then, even better, he went on to explain that “You know what the Jews want to do to Christian civilization, I don't have to give an hour's sermon on that subject, and you should know these facts by now.” We wish he had given an hour’s sermon on the subject, as I am certain Comparet was before his time on that issue as well. There are glimpses in some of his other sermons. Then he continued and said: “We have allowed these Jews to get this power over us. Yahweh warned us never to let a Jew live in our land. I will say this for Hitler, if he did what he is accused of doing; he wasn't doing anything wrong at all. He was obeying the laws of Yahweh when he started cleaning these blood-sucking parasites out of Germany.”