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Remembering Clifton Emahiser - Eulogies and Memories

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A Eulogy for Clifton Emahiser

It is just over twenty years ago that Clifton Emahiser decided to start his Watchman's Teaching Ministry, and my name was added to his list of subscribers by a mutual friend. He decided to begin his endeavor while he was hospitalized following a heart attack, in February of 1998. With his first issue he said that he was committed to publishing his teaching letters for as long as he lived, saying that “Since I came down with a heart attack February 6, 1998, I have dedicated the rest my life (at least what there is of it) to full time writing for the Almighty.” He very nearly lived up to that promise, and I am certain he never expected to complete 232 monthly editions, spanning 19 years and four months from when he had started. There are still a couple of papers Clifton wrote as late as this past winter, which I must retrieve from his files and evaluate for publication.

Near the end of the first year of his publications, I wrote him with a disagreement in reference to a particular historical subject. Often, pastors and Bible teachers who are challenged concerning such things are offended, but not Clifton. Rather than be upset over my criticism, rather than be angry, Clifton was more than happy to study what I had written him, and to discuss and reconsider his position after investigating the matter further. So we developed a working relationship and an enduring friendship over the subsequent years.

Remembering Clifton Emahiser, Good and Bad Figs

 
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Tonight we continue mourning the death of our long-time friend and fellow-worker, Clifton Emahiser, who passed on Wednesday afternoon. I did my best to explain how that happened in a few words at the beginning of last night’s program, but I have not yet posted that recording. I will do that soon. Initially, I did not plan on writing a separate introduction for this evening, and have since changed my mind.

Last night, I asked for suggestions as to what to play today, and a dear friend and someone who has followed our work since 2009 made a request which would not have otherwise crossed my mind. He wanted me to replay a January, 2011 program that Clifton had done with me, which put the final nail in the coffin of my relationship with the fraud, the great impersonator, Eli James.

Pitfalls Found in Biblical Research Materials, Part 1 with Clifton Emahiser

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Pitfalls Found in Biblical Research Materials, Part 1 with Clifton Emahiser

Last August Clifton Emahiser, being 90 years old at the time, had taken a bad fall in his home. At that time he realized that he really could not live alone safely any longer, and we brought him here to Florida to stay with us. In the meantime, just before his accident Clifton had sent me three new short essays to proofread, which I never got to until now. So we will begin trying to make that up to him with this evening’s presentation. Here we have Clifton Emahiser with us once again, to present and discuss one of those short essays, which he had titled The Pitfalls Found In Biblical Commentaries, Lexicons & Dictionaries.

It seems to me that Clifton may have planned for this to be another multi-part series, since while the title is broad in scope, here he mainly focuses on the rather recently-developed denominational doctrines of Futurism and Preterism, and how they have affected modern Christian thinking which is reflected in their inclusion in certain popular Study Bibles and Commentaries. While Clifton has treated this topic in the past, here it is presented in a somewhat different context, and he goes further to show how recent these and other ideas about Scripture have been developed by certain denominations.

So now we shall present Clifton’s essay, along with our own comments and discussion:

The Pitfalls Found In Biblical Commentaries, Lexicons & Dictionaries, by Clifton Emahiser

While some of these Biblical helps are better than others, even the best have some serious errors! For instance some Bible cross-references can lead one astray, so let’s consider some of the better center-references found in a few Bibles:

If you have a King James Version Bible with the proper center reference, you can very readily prove Two Seedline teaching with it, for it will take you from one supporting verse of Scripture to another almost endlessly on the subject. (Not that the King James Version is an especially advisable Bible to use for study, as it is alleged to contain approximately 27,000 translation mistakes.)

That assertion is often repeated in Christian Identity circles, that there are 27,000 translation mistakes in the King James Version. Comparet made the assertion inn part 8 of his Revelation series. Swift may have also made it. It is hard to fathom, however, because there are only 31,102 verses! However perhaps the assertion becomes more plausible when things are pointed out such as the substitution of the name Yahweh with the phrase “the Lord”, which happened on over 7,200 occasions in the Old Testament alone. So in effect that alone would be 7,200 mistranslations.

Gatekeepers of the alt-right, Part 2: It's alt-wrong and all wrong

 
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The Right Stuff and the Daily Stormer are Kosher operations and false opposition designed to steer awakening Whites into rabbit holes of futility. Here we have Mike Delaney of Prothink.org to help us discuss why we are convinced that Mike Enoch is a Jew, and why these websites represent dead ends for White Nationalism.

For the entire original recording of the Mike Enoch, Rebel Shoah Musonius Rufus session presented in part here, see Rebel Shoah Fashy Struggle Session January 18th 2017 - Mike Enoch

Eyes That See - Pastor Mark Downey

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On Monday morning we received a phone call from his wife Debbi informing us that Mark Downey, a long-time friend and fellow Christian Identity pastor, had died in northern Kentucky. So Melissa and I are headed north once again, where we shall probably stay through the Sunday services at the Fellowship of God’s Covenant People. Mark had been diagnosed with late-stage cancer of the lungs about 6 months ago, and he and Debbi did everything they could to combat the disease. Mark fought a good fight, but with such a late discovery of the illness, it is evident that Yahweh God had different plans.

So tonight, as we visit with Debbi and attend whatever services are planned for Mark, we decided to offer a memorial for him by broadcasting his final sermons, a two-part series titled Eyes That See, which were delivered at the Fellowship of God’s Covenant People on November 2nd and 19th of 2017. In the second part, which is much shorter than the first, it sadly becomes evident that Mark has already begun to lose his voice, a condition which was caused by his illness. However his completion of the sermon is nevertheless a testament to his character and fortitude.

A Report on the Shelbyville #WhiteLivesMatter Rally

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[November 5th, 11:30 AM:] I have just posted an expanded version of my remarks from the second half of this presentation at the Christogenea Forum.

A Report on the Shelbyville #WhiteLivesMatter Rally

If we truly believe in our cause, that it is good for our people, then we have to call attention to our cause, and while the Internet is a wonderful tool, by itself the Internet is not enough. And if there is any wonder whether our struggle is real, whether our enemy is tangible, all one has to do is look at what is being taught in our schools, or what is being reported by our media. Only four days ago, Fox News ran an article with the headline Having 'white nuclear family' promotes white supremacy, says New York professor…. In part, the article said:

A City University of New York sociology professor reportedly said in a tweetstorm last week that “the white-nuclear family” promotes racism, prompting a backlash on social media.

Jessie Daniels, described as an expert on “the Internet manifestations of racism” on her CUNY page, infuriated social media users after reportedly saying that white families promote racism by default.

The professor began her argument saying she learned that “the white-nuclear family is one of the most powerful forces supporting white supremacy,” adding that families “reproducing white children” are “part of the problem” as they facilitate white supremacy in the country…

So as long as White babies are born, and as long as Whites exist as a result, Whites will be supreme. This professor is obviously admitting that White people are naturally superior to others. We knew that already, but is that by itself a good reason to hate Whites? Or to prevent Whites from being born? If someone realized this, and they really wanted a better world, they would actively encourage the birth of more and more Whites! That is what we try to do...

But this professor opposes all rational thinking by seeking to encourage Whites to disinherit their own children, for fear of being “racist”. This is not an isolated incident. We frequently see similar comments from academics in social media, or from Jews in mainstream media, and the curriculum in most schools and at all grade levels also reflects this same assault on both White racial identity and on traditional family values. But of course, most Identity Christians have known these things for decades, so this is nothing new to any of us, and this is only one aspect of the persistent attacks on our race and our culture which we see emanate very frequently from Jewry.

The End of the World is Here - Again

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The end of the world is here. Again. Tomorrow is the Rapture, at least according to some so-called Christians, and sadly, even some Identity Christians are caught up in the fervor over the expected alignment of certain of the planets. We have hurricanes, earthquakes, and fires in diverse places, and all of this is believed to presage the end of the world by millions of Christians who really have no idea what it was like “in the days of Noah”, because their pastors cannot teach them the truth.

The introductory comments to this program were a slightly updated version of our February 10th, 2010 article Disdaining the Culture of Fear. The closing segment was from a January 3rd, 2011 program titled Newspaper Eschatology

Relative to the content and context of this program are the articles Once-Predicted End Time Dates and Snakes in the Grass: Harold Camping and Family Radio, Niagara Falls Frozen, and the December 21st, 2012 podcast 12-21-2012 - Don't drink the sensationalist swill, because it's not the end of the world! Of course, it is still not the end of the world. Pastor Downey's website is found at Kinsman Redeemer Ministries.

In the Wake of Charlottesville

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In the Wake of Charlottesville, with Mike Delaney of Prothink.org.

Revised Note October 17th, 2017: We were led to believe by many early media reports and online video accounts that the bulky woman in the green shirt pictured atop the hood of this car was Heather Heyer. This woman is not Heather Heyer, and she survived the ordeal. Heather Heyer, an even more obese woman, was never struck by the automobile, and died of a heart attack on the street nearby. The gray Charger had been cruising the area for at least seven minutes before the accident, and the maroon minivan had apparently been parked in the middle of the street near the intersection of 4th & Water for at least 5 minutes, and it's front seats were empty. This is evident in News2Share's video Charlottesville Car Attack: Full Livestream.

In 1789 a group of White and predominantly Christian men of general Northern European extraction left a Constitutional Republic which they themselves had asserted was for “us and our posterity”, according to their own words. This was a concrete position which constituted the very fabric of the fledgling Republic.

In 1866 Congress and the courts began to erode the Republic by ignoring the fact that it was formed exclusively for the posterity of the founders, which is their offspring. This was a political situation, and not everyone appreciated the circumstances. It had opposition then, and it has opposition now. In fact, nine States refused to ratify the 14th Amendment in 1866 and 1867, and State Legislatures in Oregon, Ohio and New Jersey rescinded their initial ratification votes in 1868, so it was far from being universally popular. Likewise, seven States refused to ratify the 15th Amendment in 1869 and 1870. So the passage of the 14th and 15th Amendments was the result of political circumstances. These Amendments do not represent concrete moral truths, but rather they represent the outcome of political circumstances which for one reason or another had led to the prevalence of certain opinions at that particular time, and in spite of the fact that they are contrary to the original Constitution. Political opinions and circumstances are fluid, people cannot be forced to agree with them, and they can change or be changed by the will of the people.

Immigration and the preservation of the original culture of the Christian European founders of this Republic have been political debates ever since the 19th century. But they have never before been characterized as “hate”. The issue of non-White immigration was debated heavily in the 1920’s, and it was never characterized as “hate”. At that time, there was an immigration law which created quotas based on the demographics of the nation as they were recorded in 1890 that had already passed as law in 1921, and which was renewed in 1922. After continued debate, the Immigration Act of 1924 was passed, which was also known as the Johnson-Reed Act. This act retained the ethnic quota system, which was never even questioned when the act was debated, and it completely excluded immigration from Asia, and limited annual immigration to 2% of those nationalities of which the Republic was already comprised. In addition, there was a literacy test which was administered to prospective immigrants, and failure meant that one would be barred from entering the country. According to an article on the United States Department of State website, “In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of U.S. homogeneity.”

Charlatansville, where the animals have taken control of the farm

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Charlatansville, where the animals have taken control of the farm. (What Really Happened in Charlottesville on August 12th.)

It was eight-thirty on a pleasant summer morning when vehicles from all over the South, as well as a couple from Yankee states, began to converge on a strip mall on the outskirts of Charlottesville, Virginia. Here is where members from the political groups of what we would have to call the Hard Right, the League of the South, the Traditional Workers Party, the National Socialist Movement, Identity Europa and a couple of other smaller groups whose names I did not get a chance to know, decided to rendezvous so as to enter Charlottesville safely and in a relatively organized manner. In a very short time police cars from the local Sheriff's department also began to gather nearby, the cops watching us assemble, and they were evidently relieved that we were not staying. Under normal traffic conditions, there would be a fifteen-minute drive to Lee Park, the location of the #UnitetheRight rally which we had all planned to attend.

Once there was confidence that everyone coming was informed and organized, we drove in a long caravan to the Market Street parking garage. Skewed results in Google searches caused some confusion with another garage on Water Street, but that was straightened out in just a few minutes. Perhaps that actually helped us, as various Leftists were scattered around in small groups in the Water Street garage, and watching us closely as part of our caravan, disconnected from the lead vehicles by the Charlottesville traffic, only passed through after being redirected to the correct destination. However in either garage, there were seedy-looking Leftists at the entrances with cell phones or laptops aiming to take pictures of every single face and every single vehicle. The information collected will surely be used to gather intelligence on the lives of private citizens, “doxxing” them so as to cause them trouble at home. Once everyone was parked and reassembled, a large column began to form on one floor of the garage, perhaps four men wide and a city block long, and if I had to guess I would say there were at least 400 of us.



Being one of the later arrivals at the garage, with my wife in tow and looking for a hole in the column we joined in behind the Identity Europa group who were in line after the men from the League of the South, who were for the most part leading the procession. From there we had a three-block walk to Lee Park, but nobody in the group could have anticipated just what a walk it would be. Before we set out, we were reminded that some of the Alt-right groups who had planned the events scheduled for August 12th really did not want us there. There were Alt-Right groups as well as what we call the Alt-lite, who are mainly civic nationalists, who are either embarrassed or repulsed by uncompromisingly racial and even openly Christian attitudes and professions, and among these were the organizers and some of the planned speakers for the event. We expected that there may be tensions with these people once we entered Lee Park. We also expected the presence of large numbers of counter-demonstrators, but we did not expect what we were actually about to encounter.

William Finck on Battle of New Orleans Radio reporting on the #UnitetheRight rally in Charlottesville

 
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William Finck appeared on the Battle of New Orleans Radio on Wednesday August 16th.

This is a 45-minute appearance to discuss what happened on the ground at the #UnitetheRight rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on August Saturday 13th.

See The Dixie Project at Christogenea.org for more on Charlottesville.

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