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The Protocols of Satan, Part 29: Constitutional Vanity

 
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The Protocols of Satan, Part 29: Constitutional Vanity

In the last two segments of these Protocols of Satan, we chose to present what we had called The Nazis and the Protocols, which was a translation and discussion of the introduction to the 1938 National Socialist publication of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. Some of the material in that introduction relates to later portions of the Protocols, however we wanted to present it all at once. Surely we may cite it again at the appropriate points as we continue our commentary. But our primary reason for making the presentation of The Nazis and the Protocols was in response to what the Protocols had boasted in reference to the constitutions of States which had embraced Liberalism in the recent centuries. In the first part of that introduction to the Protocols the authors had explained the degree of Jewish involvement in the creation of the various State constitutions of 19th century Germany, as well as that of the later Weimar Republic.

Here we shall once again read that latest portion from Protocol No. 3 from the text of Boris Brasol’s publication of The Protocols and World Revolution:

Protocol No. 3:

We have included in constitutions rights which for the people are fictitious and are not actual rights. All the so-called "rights of the people" can exist only in the abstract and can never be realized in practice. What difference does it make to the toiling proletarian, bent double by heavy toil, oppressed by his fate, that the babblers receive the right to talk, journalists the right to mix nonsense with reason in their writings, if the proletariat has no other gain from the constitution than the miserable crumbs which we throw from our table in return for his vote to elect our agents. Republican rights are bitter irony to the poor man, for the necessity of almost daily labor prevents him from using them, and at the same time deprives him of his guarantee of a permanent and certain livelihood by making him dependent upon strikes, organized either by his masters or by his comrades.

Arthur Lee: God's Way of Success

 
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Arthur Lee presents the first three parts of his latest series of sermons, God's Way of Success

See the rest of Arthur Lee's work at his website, IdentityStruggle.org

Arthur Lee: The Unseen Realm of Faith, Part 3

 
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Arthur Lee: The Unseen Realm of Faith, Part 3

Tonight we had Arthur Lee of IdentityStruggle.org here on the program with us once again, and we had hoped to have at least a brief discussion with him concerning his presentation this evening. However technical problems on his end prevented that, and we had to scratch our original introduction. But perhaps we will try it again soon. Back in December and January of this winter past, we presented the first six of Arthur Lee’s sermons titled The Unseen Realm of Faith. Now Arthur has taken the series to nine parts, and tonight we shall present these latest three, which are subtitled Spiritual Vision, Fearless Endurance, and To the Other Side. Doing this, Arthur Lee continues to make examples of the faith of the patriarchs as he progresses through Hebrews chapter 11, and offers a message of encouragement in how Christians can follow those examples in their own lives.

The first thing that stood out for us while reading the written versions of these presentations are Arthur’s remarks on Yahweh’s promise to Jacob that he would have the fatness of the earth. There seem to be many Christians who simply do not realize that Yahweh blesses us not to reward us for good, but so that we may in turn advance His kingdom, and that thought is a perfect companion to Arthur’s statements concerning a lack of vision. We should always be focused on the Kingdom of God, and as Christ had said, all of the cares of life will be provided by God. This seems to be a neglected aspect of Christianity, even in many Identity circles.

Tonight Arthur ends with Hebrews 11:29, and the faith that Moses had to lead the Israelites to the edge of the sea, not knowing exactly how they would make it through. Yet Yahweh provided a path for them. It is fair to say that Arthur is giving this as an example that Christians today must train themselves to think in these terms daily, as the example of our ancestors stands as a model for us. But that is a very hard walk in a world where we have been programmed to look to the government to play god for us. We must rather seek Yahweh our God, who is a much more certain Provider of our needs, who may not give us hand-outs, but who will certainly get us through the deepest of waters.

Thank you for listening, and we pray that you find these sermons informative and edifying.

The Protocols of Satan, Part 28: The Nazis and the Protocols, conclusion

 
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The Protocols of Satan, Part 28: The Nazis and the Protocols, conclusion

In the last segment of these presentations of the Protocols of Satan, we began to present a translation of the introduction to the 1938 edition of the official National Socialist publication of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, translated by Calvin College Professor Randall Bytwerk. In part, we also hope that this serves as a critical review of Mr. Bytwerk’s work and his own attitude towards both the Protocols – which he believes are a forgery – and National Socialism – to which he is generally ambivalent.

That first part of this introduction, which we presented here last week, served our purposes to help illustrate the truth behind the assertion by the authors of the Protocols which we encountered in Protocol No. 3, where they boasted that “We have included in constitutions rights which for the people are fictitious and are not actual rights. All the so-called ‘rights of the people’ can exist only in the abstract and can never be realized in practice.” In future segments of these presentations we hope to discuss the illusion of constitutional rights of which the Protocols boast in greater depth.

Discussing this boast of the Protocols, from this introduction to the German publication we found that Jews were indeed heavily involved in the writing of the several constitutions of the German Reich of the 19th century, and also of the constitution of the Weimar Republic of the early 20th century. So in Germany, at least, it is certainly demonstrated that the Jews were indeed in a position that demonstrates that the boasting of the Protocols certainly does have substance. In the near future, we hope to show that this is also true in other countries as well.

Paul's Epistle to Titus, Part 4: The Mercy of God and Justification in Christ

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The Epistles of Paul – Titus, Part 4: The Mercy of God and Justification in Christ

The opening remarks to the podcast have been published separately under the title Dating the Passover.

In the last portion of this commentary on Titus, we had made a few brief remarks on the closing verses of Titus chapter 2, and promised to elaborate on a few things when we resumed. So to begin this evening, we shall repeat those verses, beginning from Titus 2:11 where Paul wrote:

11 For the delivering favor of Yahweh [א interpolates “the Savior”; the text follows A, C, D, and the MT which varies slightly] has been displayed to all men, 12 teaching us that, rejecting impiety and the lusts of this Society, discreetly and righteously and piously we should live in this present age,

Paul’s words seem to take it for granted that men should understand the favor of Yahweh once they hear the message of the Gospel. But the lesson to be learned is not merely a personal lesson in admonitions to do or not to do certain things. Christ would not have had to die on the Cross for that, and it is unlikely that His enemies would have even killed Him for that. Rather, the message of the Gospel is much deeper than that: in large part it is a historic lesson, that the children of Israel were alienated from Yahweh their God for their sins, and they were oppressed and ruled over by the enemies of God and man because of their alienation. But they were reconciled to God in Christ when He died on their behalf, which made their reconciliation possible according to His law. All of the nations to which Paul had brought the Gospel were descended from those ancient Israelites who had been alienated from Yahweh their God, and who have to learn the lesson which Paul describes.

This is evident in other places in Paul’s writings, such as Galatians chapter 3 where Paul had told them that “the law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ”, and, for example, in Ephesians chapter 2 where he wrote “8 For in favor you are being preserved through faith and this, Yahweh's gift, is not of yourselves, 9 not from works, lest anyone would boast, 10 for His work we are, having been established among the number of Christ Yahshua for good works, which Yahweh before prepared in order that we would walk in them. 11 On which account you must remember that at one time you, the Nations in the flesh, who are the so-called 'uncircumcised' by the so-called 'circumcised' made by hand in the flesh, 12 because you had at that time been apart from Christ, having been alienated from the civic life of Israel, and strangers of the covenants of the promise, not having hope and in the Society without Yahweh; 13 but now you among the number of Yahshua Christ, who at one time being far away, have become near by the blood of the Christ.”

The Protocols of Satan, Part 27: The Nazis and the Protocols

 
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The Protocols of Satan, Part 27: The Nazis and the Protocols

In our last presentation of these Protocols of Satan we took another long digression to discuss Feudalism, its counterpart in the medieval smallholder, or independent farmer, and the eventual consequences for the common man in the rise of Capitalism and the democratic revolutions of Europe. The average laborer was apparently much more of a slave to his new masters than he had ever been to the old nobility, just as the Protocols had boasted. Now we embark on a new point of discussion raised by the Protocols, and that is related to the substance of the democratic constitutions of newly “liberated” States. This latest point was raised as we continued to present Protocol No. 3 from the text of Boris Brasol’s publication The Protocols and World Revolution. Here we will read our subject paragraph once more:

Protocol No. 3:

We have included in constitutions rights which for the people are fictitious and are not actual rights. All the so-called "rights of the people" can exist only in the abstract and can never be realized in practice. What difference does it make to the toiling proletarian, bent double by heavy toil, oppressed by his fate, that the babblers receive the right to talk, journalists the right to mix nonsense with reason in their writings, if the proletariat has no other gain from the constitution than the miserable crumbs which we throw from our table in return for his vote to elect our agents. Republican rights are bitter irony to the poor man, for the necessity of almost daily labor prevents him from using them, and at the same time deprives him of his guarantee of a permanent and certain livelihood by making him dependent upon strikes, organized either by his masters or by his comrades.

The Epistles of Paul – Titus, Part 3: The Cleanliness of God

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The Epistles of Paul – Titus, Part 3: The Cleanliness of God

As we have already discussed at length in the opening segments of our presentation of Paul’s epistle to Titus, when the apostle arrived in the Troad he must have been informed that Titus was in Crete, and that there were some problems there among the assemblies. So in the opening verses of chapter 1 of this epistle we had observed where Paul addressed Titus as a true member of his race, according to the common belief. We interpret that statement to mean that even though Titus was a Greek by race, perceptibly he was of the race of the ancient Israelites, and therefore should be accepted as such. Then after reminding Titus of why he was sent to Crete in the first place, in order to organize the Christian assemblies there, Paul advised him to ensure that elders, which are the overseers or bishops of each assembly, were established, and that the offices be filled by men who had endeavored to maintain a virtuous way of life. The foremost of the examples of virtue which Paul gave was that they were to have been the husbands of one wife, and that they had children without the possibility that they themselves could be accused of disobedience. We also perceive this to mean that men who would be leaders of Christian assemblies should have experience raising families of their own, they should be committed to those families, and that their children in turn must also be true members of the race, since otherwise the men would be chargeable.

Making these admonitions to Titus, Paul advised him that the “Cretans are always liars”, evidently quoting the Cretan poet Epimenides. Since Epimenides was a Cretan, modern commentators interpret the statement paradoxically, but we have asserted that Paul and other early Christian writers did not interpret it in that manner. Rather, they accepted it at face value. The early 2nd century Greek writer Plutarch also accepted the statement of Epimenides as being true, and it seems to have been a common observation, as he even used the term κρητισμός, or Cretan behavior, to describe the act of lying. Paul himself had said of the saying of Epimenides that “13 This testimony is true, for which cause you must censure them relentlessly, that they would be sound in the faith, 14 not giving heed to myths of Judaism and injunctions of men turning themselves away from the truth.” So Paul seems to be using the line from Epimenides as a rhetorical device in order to warn Titus of how important it is that he make certain that the most pious and virtuous men among the Christians in Crete were given the responsibility of supervising each assembly, men who exhibited piety in the conduct of their lives, and not merely men who professed piety with their lips.

The Protocols of Satan, Part 26: The New Lords of the Manor

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The Protocols of Satan, Part 26: The New Lords of the Manor in the Fall of Feudalism

Over the past few episodes of these Protocols of Satan, we hope to have elucidated the fact that Democracy as a form of government has a long history of failure since ancient times, and that it was doomed to fail as soon as it developed in the modern world. Democracy fails because it is built on a foundation of empty rhetoric and compromise, and not on any firm foundation of ability and leadership qualities. But Jewry, as it conspired to overthrow the princes of Europe through the secret societies and the infiltration of other institutions, understood that the introduction of Democracy in the concept of Liberalism, spread through the false religions of humanism and egalitarianism, would most assuredly enable them to usurp power for themselves through their control of the banks and the money power, which also afforded them control of the media so that they had the tools they needed to manipulate the perception of consensus among the people. The unsuspecting people are taught to be proud of the past 200 years of democracy, but the historical record shows that it has been two hundred years of war and failure, while the International Jews have accumulated greater and greater wealth and power.

But Democracy gives the common people a false sense of empowerment, and therefore the concept is popular. Not wishing to be bound to their own marginally Christian nobility, they have become willing slaves for the Jewish bankers. The truth is that democracy is a deception, because all people are not equal, and all ideas are not equally valid. The freedom of speech and the ability to openly express oneself are wonderful, but when everyone uses that freedom to express opinions about everything, that is not good because not everyone has equally valid information or equal cognitive faculties as a basis upon which to formulate sound opinions on many subjects. Everyone caught up in the deception is drowned out by the volume of the noise. So from both political democracy and the democratic equality of ideas there can come nothing but failure and division.

Today we have social media as a perfect example to reflect upon this problem. For example, there are Bible experts who have never read a word of Hebrew or Greek and know little about history, and there are flat-earth proponents who have never studied the heavenly bodies through a telescope. They work as grocery store clerks during the day, and in one night they can watch a few 15-minute You-tube videos and become experts on virtually any topic. So because everyone has an opinion, and everyone has an equal opportunity to be heard, we have a population of experts at everything who in reality know nothing, and we are all divided, and the Jew rules over us because in the end he still controls the money supply and the media. But once again we digress…

The Epistles of Paul – Titus, Part 2: Leadership Morality, A Husband of One Wife

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Fragment ot Titus 1:11-15 from Papyrus 032 dating to circa 200 AD.

The Epistles of Paul – Titus, Part 2: Leadership Morality, A Husband of One Wife

In the opening segment of this presentation of Paul’s epistle to Titus we set forth the assertion that Titus is the Titus Justus, or Titios Justus, of the older manuscripts of Acts 18:7, who became a colleague of Paul from the time when Paul had stayed in his house in Corinth, around 49 or 50 AD. We also demonstrated, by referencing Paul’s own statements concerning Titus in his second epistle to the Corinthians, that this epistle was written from the Troad as Paul left Ephesus in 56 AD, and that Titus met with Paul in Makedonia shortly thereafter, spending the winter months with him in Nicopolis of Epirus before bringing Paul’s second epistle to the Corinthians to Achaia in very early 57 AD, ahead of Paul’s planned visit there. With that we had asserted that the statement made by Paul here in this epistle, that he had left Titus in Crete, must have referred to an earlier time, to an event which happened between 52 and 55 AD, as Titus was with Paul when he travelled to Antioch after departing from Corinth in late 51 or early 52 AD, something which is evident in his epistle to the Galatians which was written just after that visit to Antioch, or perhaps in Antioch after the visit to Jerusalem which was on the way to Antioch.

Now, departing from his three-year stay in Ephesus (Acts 20:31) and arriving in the Troad, Paul had expected to find Titus there, and was disappointed when he did not find him. Writing this epistle, after his opening salutation Paul says “5 For this reason I had left you in Krete: that you would set in order the things which are wanting, and establish elders by city, as I have instructed you.” Understanding the context of these events within the chronology of Paul’s ministry much better than we had when we did our original translation in 2001 and 2003, we are going to revise the phrase “I have left you in Crete” to “I had left you in Crete”, since the verb is in the Aorist tense and either interpretation is possible. It is now evident to us that Paul had left Titus in Crete at some point in the past, but Titus did not remain there, especially since here, as he departed from Ephesus, Paul expected to find Titus in the Troad, which we have seen from his statement in 2 Corinthians. Later it is evident that Titus did not return again to Crete, or reside there permanently, as he spent the following winter with Paul in Nicopolis, went on to Corinth, and he is not mentioned again until the during the period of Paul’s detention in Rome when he had gone off to Dalmatia.

Imprecating the Media, with Pastor Mark Downey

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See Kinsman Redeemer for Pastor Mark Downey's related sermon, Christian Identity Imprecation Against Fake News

See the Christogenea Forum topic National Imprecatory Against Antichrists for follow-up discussion.

William Finck joins Pastor Mark Downey in his call for a 40-day period of imprecatory prayer (which may of course be complimented by fasting) against the Mainstream Media. it is not that we expect the Media to disappear, but rather, we strive to call attention to the phenomenon of "Fake News". The news has always been fake, to one degree or another, but with the #Pizzagate scandal, the Trump candidacy and now Trump's victory, the fact that at least much of the news is fake is being brought into the public consciousness.

So we pray that this helps us to bring to our fellow White Americans the fact that the Mainstream Media does publish fake news, when it is not lying by ignoring news-worthy stories, all in order to manipulate public opinion and steer the nation in a manner which fulfills a more nefarious agenda.

Below is a video of the news segment by Ben Swann which was played during the program:

Click the Read More link for William Finck's other notes for this program.

See our Media Watch section for more on Fake News (link now fixed).

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