The Babylonian System
Although we have many problems today, the four main ones are centered around the issue of RACE; then around the RACIAL issue which involve the MONETARY, the POLITICAL and the RELIGIOUS.
Once we can identify these four divisions of our dilemma, we can begin to rectify the status of our position. We need to break this down into smaller segments as follows: (1) Racial-monetary; (2) Racial-political; (3) Racial-religious; (4) Monetary-political; (5) Monetary-religious, and (6) Political-religious.
Therefore, all four of the above division interact with each other. Should one try to combat any one of these interacting divisions, one will find he must fight all six simultaneously. Not only that, but each of these six divisions have thousands of subdivisions like the tentacles of an octopus to entangle and destroy.
Tod add to this sad-state-of-affiars, we are in a position where there is little that we can do about it. Many have tried, but usually end up dead or in prison. Eric Rudolph, while commendable on some of his positions, on the other hand, after saving our White children from the “Jewish” abortion murder mills, would get the hooked on marijuana leading to harder drugs.
Moreover, Eric put innocent White people at risk with his attacks. (That is if he is actually guilty for the crimes with which he is charged) Our Redeemer instructed us that we should not root up the tare-people to thed eteriment of the wheat-people. As a result of his actions, he has only gien the Identity movement a black-eye. And we would add this: the anti-seedliners are doing more damage to destroy the Kingdom than the Eric Rudolphs. And if that shoe fits, wear it.
It’s about time we start taking a long hard look at the predicament in which we find ourselves. Maybe this chart will help in that direction.I’ve noticed that many get hung-up in one area of the conspiracy and are unable to see the entire, overall picture. Once one fins tht everything revolves around RACE he has made the ultimate discovery. Additionally, when this fact is finally confirmed, one can determine the danger of “universalism,” as it in turn leads to miscegenation (race-mixing).
Recently we have noticed the soft stand on race even among those who teach Two Seedline. They take Psalm 2:8 comepltely out of context, which says in the KJV:
“Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession.”
They fully overlook the following verse 9 which says:
“Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; thou shalt dash them to pieces like a potter’s vessel.”
Psalm 2:8-9 in the NRSV is a somewhat better translation:
“Ask of me, and I will make the natons your heritage, and the ends of the earth your possession. You shall break them with a rod of iron, and dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.”
Evidently, those in Identity who somehow think we are to receive the “heathen as a possession” envision themselvs in the Kingdom in the setting of the southern plantation environment, sitting around socializing and eating steaks while having a whole bunch of non-whites attending their every need. This passage i no way imlies such a thing. It simply tates that we Israelites are to inherit all their lands.
The following is taken from the Talmud:
"When the Messiah comes every Jew will have 2800 slaves." (Simeon Haddarsen fol. 56-D)
The following quote from the Early Church Fathers, Chapter XXXVI, makes that clear:
“Thou art my Son, to-day have I begotten Thee. As of me, and I will give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. And again he saith to him, sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool. But who are his enemies? All the wicked, and those who set themselves to oppose the will of God.”
From The Bible Exposition Commentary on Revelation 5:1 we read:
“The scroll represents Christ’s ‘title deed’ to al ltht the father promised him because of his sacrifice on the cross (stake). Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathn (nations) for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. (Psalm 2:8) Jesus Christ is the ‘Heir of all things.’ (Hebrews 1:2) He is our beloved ‘Kinsman-Redeemer’ who was willing to give His life to set us free from bondage and to restore our lost inheritance. (See Leviticus 25:23-46; the Book of Ruth; Jeremiah 32:6-15)
For a better example of what Psalm 2:8-9 means, let’s consult A Biblical Theoogy of the Old Testament “The Preparaton for Subsequent Revelation,” page 96:
Another purpose of the book of Ruth was to connect the Davidic dynasty with the promises of the unconditional Abrahamic Covenant rather than with the conditional Mosaic Covenant. To accomplish this, the writer traced david’s genealogy back to Perez, the son of Judah. (Ruth 4:18) He would be the main channel of God’s blessing to Israel...The provision of this king was not conditioned on Israel’s obedience to the Mosaic Covenant but was guaranteed on the basis of God’s faithfulness to His promise to Judah. When David reigned, he functioned as a priest as well as a king. (1 Chronicles 15-17)
“He was able to do this because his right to rule was rooted in the Brahamic Covenant rather than in the Mosaic Covenant. Had it been rooted in the Mosaic Covenant David could not have served as a priest since he was not a Levite. But because his right to rule went back to the Abrahamic Covenant, obviously antedating the Mosaic Covenant, he could serve as a priest. David funtioned according to the order of Melchizedek, not the order of Aron. (Pss. 2, 110) The book of Ruth then links David with the promises of a kign that were given to the patriarchs and so prepares for the record of his reign that follows in 1 and 2 Samuel.”
It is becoming evident, there is much more to Psalm 2:8-9 than first meets the eye. Commentary after commentary associates this passage to the Second Advent of our Messiah. Once identifying who the primary personality is, who do you suppose the heathn (nations) are? They are none other than the twelve tribes of Israel.
After being divorced from the Almighty, they became “not a people,” and thus equal to non-Israelites. Anyone who unwittingly presumes that we are to inherit a bunch of non-whites as our inheritance simply doesn’t understand the basic they weren’t so serious. To show this is the proper context of this passage, we will quote from The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Vol. III:
“I do not know in what manner these men understand that the Ancient of Days appeared to Daniel, from whom the Son of man, which He deigned to be for our sakes, is understood to have received the kingdom; namely, from Him who says to Him in the Psalms, ‘Thou are my Son; this day have I begotten Thee; ask of me, and I shall give Thee the heathen (nations) for Thine inheritance;’ and who has ‘put all things under His feet.’ If, however, both the Father giving the kingdom, and the Son receiving it, appeared to Daniel in bodily form, how can those men say that the Father never appeared to the prophets, and, therefore, that no man has seen, nor can see? For Daniel has told us thus: ‘I beheld,’ he say, ‘till the thrones were set, and the Anciient of Days did sit, whose garment ws white as snow, and the hair of His head like the pure wool: His thone was like the fiiery flame, and His wheels as burning fire; a fiery stream issued and came forth from before Him: thousand thousands and ministered unto Him, and ten thousand times ten thousand stood before Him: the judgment was set, and the books were opened,’ etc. And a little later, ‘I saw,’ he says, ‘in the night visions, and behold, one like the Son of man came with the clouds of heaven, and came to the Ancient of Days, and they brought Him hear before Him. And there was given Him dominion, and glory, and a kingdom,, that all (Israel) peoples, (Israel) nations, and (Israel) languags shuld serve Him: His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, and His kigndom that which shall not be destryed.”
If we can’t rightly divide racial passages such as this one, we are in serious trouble. This is but a sample of the preposterous teachings floating around in the Identity movement. For those who are under the erroneous delusion that we are to inherit theother races; need to go back and take another look at the book. We would refer you to Revelation 16:19 which says:
“And the great city was divided into three parts, and th ecities of the nations fell: and great Babyon came in remembrance before God, to give unto her the cup of wine of the fierceness of his wrath.”
While wanting somewhat, the Bible Exposition Commentary says the following:
“Babylon is fallen!’...This proclamation anticipates the events of Revelation 18 (see also Revelation 17:18-19) We will consider it in detail then. ‘Babylon’ is God’s name for the world system of ‘the beast,’ the entire economic and political organization by which he rules. ‘The harlot’ (Revelation 17) is the religious system and that ‘the beast’ uses to help build his organization.”
The next time someone quotes Psalm 2:8 out of context to you in an attemtp to support the idea that that the other races will have a place in the Kingdom, let them know very quickly that they are quite confused on Scripture. Let’s read that passage again and include verse 7:
“I will declare the decree: the Lord hath said unto me, Thou art my Son; this day have I begotten thee. Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen (the Israelites were sometimes called heathen after they were divorced by God) for thine inheritane, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; thou shalt dash them in piecres like a potter’s vessel.”
The context is: the “Son” is Yahshua, and “the heathen” (rather “nations”), represent all of True Israel, and the “them” of verse 9 refers to the enemies of Israel or (verses 1- 5) which we will now read:
“Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord,and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away wheir cords from us. He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.Then shall he speak unto them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure.”
While the word “heathen” at verse 1 is the same Stron’ #1471 as at verse 8, the context is not the same. Gesenius’ says this:
“...the word is general, and used of the natons at large,and also (which should not have ben doubted by some interpreters) of the Israelites, e.g., Isaiah 1:4; 9:2; 26:2; 49:7; Genesis 35:11; 12:2; Psalm 33:12...”
Now we have to deal with verse 9 which is speaking of the “heathe” as we know them, or the other races that “rage:” “Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.”
Once we understand the impetus of verse 9, let’s consider Matthew 15:13 which says:
“But he answered and said, Every plant, which my heavenly father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.”
From this passage, IT IS QUITE OBVIOUS THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE LIVING ON THIS EARTH THAT THE ALMIGHTY NEVER PLATED (in other words, created). This may come as a shock to some of you. But let’s take up this subject of “thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.”
We will not quote from Matthew Henry’s commentary on the While Bible on Isaiah 30:8-17 (Isaiah 30:8):
“First, a surprising ruin: The breaking shall come suddenly,at an instant, when they do not expect it, which will make it the more frightful, and when they are not prepared or provided for it, which will make it the more fatal. Secondly, An utter ruin, universal and irreparable: ‘You and all yor confidences shall be not only weak as the potter’s clay (Chapter 29:16), but broken to pieces as the potters vessel. He that has the rod of iron shall break it (Psalm 2:9) and he shall not spare, shall not have any regard to it. But, when once it is broken so as to be unfit for use, let it be dashed, let it be crushed, all to piefes, so that there may not remain one sherd big enough to take up a little fire or water’ two things we have daily need of, and which poor people commonly fetch in a piece of broken pitcher. They shall not only be as a bowing wall (Psalm 62:3), but as a broken mug or glass, which is good for nothing, nor can ever be made whole again.”
This matter about ruling “with a rod of iron” has two aspects: (1) Yahshua will rule the twelve tribes of Israel in that manner, and (2) He will, with His iron rod, destroy all of Israel’s enemies. In a publication by W.W. Wiersbe, 1996, Be Decisive, An Old Testament Study, he says the following about Jeremiah, they persected prophet (Jeremiah 19:1-20; 20:6):
“In the Near East in that day, kings and generals often smashed clay jars in a special ceremony before they went out to battle, symbolic of their total defeat of their enemies. This image is also used of the Messiah in Psalm 2:9: ‘You shall break them (the enemy natons) with a rod of iron; You shall dash them in pices like a potters vessel.’”
The idea that somehow we are to receive the “heathen” (other races) as our inheritance is simply presposterus! Not only are we NOT going to receive such a compensation, but they are to be destroyed forever. It is their land we will acquire, not them. After all the White peopehave been resurrected (and they only will be so), will need the entire earth for urselves.
The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, vol. VIII,, Augustin Expositions on the Book of Psalms:
“For that rod is ‘a rod of iron;’ and inflexible rod. ‘Thou shalt rule ver them with a rod of iron: and break them in pieces like a potters vessel.’ Some He rules; others He ‘breaks in pieces.’”
The Jamieson, R. Fausset, A.R., & Brown, D. 1997. A Commentary, Critical and expanatory, on the Old and New Testaments (Psalm 2:9-10):
“His enemies shall be subject to His terrible power (Job 4:9; 2 Thessalonians 2:8), as His people to His grace (Psalm 110:2-3) rod of iron; denots severity (Revelation 2:27). A potter’s vessel; whenshivered cannot be mendd, which willdescribe utter destruction.”
The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, vol. VIII, Augustin: Expositions on the Book of Psalms:
“He ruleth us, being our King, lest wefal. But by rulling us He doth not break us; for whom He ruleth not, He breaketh. ‘Thou shalt rule them,’ saith He, ‘with a rod of iron, and dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.’ But there are whom He ruleth not; these He spareth not, as a potter’s vessel dashing them in pieces.”
Wiersbe’s Expository Outlines on the New Testament (Revelation 19:1):
“He is not longer on a humble donkey, but on afirey white charge. His eyes are jot filled with tears as when He beheldJerusalem; nor is He wearing a mocking crown of thorns. Instead of being stripped by His enemies, He wears a garment dipped in blood, signifying judgment and victory. When on earth, He was abandonded by His followers; but here the armies of heaven follow Him in conquest. Hismouth does not speak ‘words of gracek’ (Luke 4:22) but rather the Word of victory and justice. (See Isaiah 11:4) He comes to rule with a rod of iron (Psalm 2). He comes not to bearthe wrath of God on the Stake, but to tread the winepress of God’s wrath at the Batte of Armageddo. He is King of kings and Lord of lords.”
Jamieson R. Fausset, A.R. & Brown, D. 1997. A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments:
“Hengstenberg similarly thanks that Matthew names Jeremiah, rather than Zechariah, to turn attention to the fact that Zechariah’s prphey is but a reiteraton of the fearful oracle in Jeremiah 18:1-19; 15, to be fulfilled in the destruction of the Jewish nation. Jeremiah had already, by the image of a potter’s vessel, portrayed their uin in Nebuchadnezzar’s invasion;and as Zechariah virtually repeats this threat, to be inflicted again under Messiah for the nation’s threat, to be nation’s rejecton of Him, Matthew, virutally, by mentionng Jeremiah,implies that the ‘field of blood,’ (Matthew 27:8-9) now bought by ‘the reward of iniquity’ (Acts 1:18) in the valley of Hinnom, was long ago a scene of prophetic doom in which awful disaster had been symbolically predicted: that the present purchase of that field with the traitor’s price renewed the prophecy and revived the curse.”
Nicene and Post-Nicene Fatherws, vol. IV, Disputation of the First Day:
“But it is plain in the things themselves that there is no similarity between darkness and light, truth and falsehood, death and life, soul and body, and other similar things whichdiffer from each other both in names and appearances. And for good reason did our Lord say: ‘The tree which my heavenly Father has not planted shall be rooted up and cast into the fire, because it grings not forth good fruit:’...Hence thruly it follos from the reason of things that there are two substances in this world which agree in forms and in names, of which one belongs to corporeal naturs, but the other is the external substance of the omnipotent Fathier, which we believe to be
The Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol. I, Chapter XVI, Translations of the wrigings of the Fathers down to A.D. 325. The apostolic fathers with Justin martyr and Irnaeus:
“‘For many shall come in My name, clothed outwardly in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly being ravening wolves. By their works ye shall know them. And every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit, is hewn down and cast into the fire.’ And as to those who are not living pursuant to His teachings, and are Christians only in name, we demand that all such be punished by you.”
Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol. I, Chapter XXXVI:
“Since the Son of God is always one and the same, He gives to those who believe on Him a well of water (springing up) to eternal live, but He causes the unfruitful fig-tree immediately to dry up; and n the days of Noah He justly brought on the deluge for the purpose of extinguishing nthat most infamous race of men then existent, who could not bring forth fruit to God, since the angels that sinned had commingles with them, and (acted as He did) in order that He might put a check upon the sins of these men, but (that at the eame time) He might preserve the arhetype, the formation of Adam. And it was He who rained fire and brimstone from heaven, in the days of Lot, upon Sodom and Gomorrah, ‘an example of the righteous judgment of God,’ that all may know ‘that ever tree that bringeth not forth good fruit shall be cut down, and cast into the fire.’”
The Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol.VIII, section IV, The Testament of Judah Concernign Fortigude and Love of Money, and Fornication:
“And after these things shall Abraham and Isaac and Jacob arise unto life, and I (Judah) and my brethern will be chiefs, evneyour sceptre in Israel: Levi first, I the second, Joseph third, Benjamin fourth, Simeon fifth, Issachar sixth, and so all in order. And the Lord blessed Levi; the Angel of the Presence, me; the powers of glory, Simeon; the heaven, Reuben; the earth, Issachar; the sea, Zebulun; the mountains, Joseph; the tabernacle, Benjamin; the lights of heaven, Dan; the fatness of earth, Naphtall; the sin, Gad; the olive, Asher; and there shall be one peole of the Lord, and one tongue; and there shall no more be a spirit of deceit of Beliar, for he shal lbe cast into the fire for ever.”
This is simply amazing, for with this last quqtation, we have one of the Ante-Nicene Fathers quoting from the Testament of Judah. We are told by many that these lost books were never “canonized,” and therefore we shoud payno attention to them. Oh, I am sure there are a minor few “lost books” we should be careful with that cannot be trusted.
Some in Identity don’t like the “lost ooks” because they teach and prove Two Seedine, like Testament of Judah speaing of “Belair” in the passage above. Some of these same anti-seediners, through, quote from the same Ante-Nicene Fathers, and yet, on the othe rhand, claim we houldn’t quote from the same books that the Ante-Nicene Fathers cite.
Talk abot a false-hearted, doble-dealing, double standard, it can’t get any more two-faced than that. They continue to expand their bizarre allegantion that the doctrine of the Two Seedine can be found in the “Jew’s” Talmud, and try to insinuate that anything found from that source should be discredited. Amazingly, the Torah and the ret of the Old Testament is the first volume of the Talmud. If we follow and accept their pervertedline-of-reoning, we would have to throw away the entire Old Testament from our Bibles.
Many of y9u have been follwoign such deceiful, double-dealing false-teachers, it si well past time to qeston eveyr thing they promote. STARTDOING IT YESTERDAY. Why don’t you write or call them and ask them abut the entire Old Testament being the Talmud! We would like to hear some of their double-talk trying to explain that one. And if they don’t respond to your question, you will become keenly aware that they don’t have an answer. As any good legal reresentative mightadvise you, “put their feet to the fire.”
Were the Non-White Races Created?
Many years ago, when we used to be under the influence of the fundamental churches, we believed that the Almighty created everything, and that Satan could crete nothing. We still hold to that belief to some extent, What we didn’t realize back then is the established fact that Satan has the ability to corrupt that which Yahweh has already created.
It’s happening today, and it’s called “genetic engineering.” If you haven’t been following what they have been doing in that field, you need to catch-up on the latest.They are now injecting oyster DNA (an unclean crustacean) into corn, and human DNA into swine. Thus, if you’re eating pork, you’re ommitting a form of cannibalism. This only part of the story. Our point is, if the satanic forces of today an engineer genetics now,there is no reson they couldn’t have done it from the very beginning.