Crusade for Christ

March 18, 2000


The enclosed diatribe came from the Sunday, March 5, 2000 edition of the ST LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, one of the largest newspapers in the Midwest. It is Jewish owned, and is noted for it's hatred of White Christians in particular.

Evidently, in spite of what they say, the authors of this falsehood, set out to infilter the meeting, being held at the Lodge of the Ozarks, in Branson, Missouri under false pretenses. They made no attempt to identify themselves when signing in, although they said they planned to identity themselves if they were asked. Apparently they did something suspicious, for they said that by Friday they felt they were under surveillance.'

This is an example of reporting at it's worst and can be classed as "yellow journalism". As you can see, it is filled with lies, half-truths and innuendoes. Notice how skillfully the reporters draw similarities between "True Identists", and the "fringe elements" that has been "thorns in our side." (of course I'm speaking of the "Phineas Priest wannabees", who run ahead of God, and try to handle matters in their own wisdom and strength, which is always 100% fatal!)

There is no need for me to point out the errors and falsehood in this diatribe, for as you read it, you may have the same question as I. "Who are the real "hate mongers"?

At first, I was angry and wanted to fire a letter back to the Editor. Then I realized I would be disobeying my Savior's command in (Matthew 7:6) when he told His disciples: "Do not cast your pearls (TRUTH) before swine (those who refuse TRUTH), for they will trample them under their feet and turn and rend. (I'm sure some of you have gone through this unpleasant experience).

This letter and it's contents, is merely to give you another example of how the enemy works, and how bold he has become as Christian influence has begun to wane in America.

Wishing you and yours God's richest blessing, protection and prosperity for the coming critical days.

Your brother and servant in the King's business.

Jack Mohr

Webmaster's Note:-
The Photo copies of the news articles were not of a nature which would allow them to be placed on our Webpage without great effort on our part. The articles are available for the payment of a fee from the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch.

There were several lines in the paper commenting on how well behaved the 50 or so children in attendance were. Below is a quote from the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch' article (Emphasis and comments added by Webmaster):-

"Mothers breast-fed babies under blankets while Identity musical groups such as the Boatrights, a local Branson Identity family instrumental group; Mark Reynolds of nearby Hollister, Mo.; and Chad and Terri Sigafus of Couch, Mo., played on stage. The children and adults sang to old hymns such as "Amazing Grace," and lesser-known ones like "O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing."
Webmaster's Comment:- This sounds like a really sinister group.

The adults fell generally into two categories: older retirement-age couples and young, married couples under 40 with stair-stepped families of at least three children. Most adults had their own Bibles and turned to them frequently.
Webmaster's Comment:- Old people, married couples with children reading Bibles.

The children were extremely well-behaved. Teen-age boys jumped to open doors for women. Children often moved aside as adults passed. There were no Walkman radios, hand-held computer games or pleas for quarters to play the hotel's pinball machines."
Webmaster's Comment:- These facts alone shoud cause rejoycing in America. When was the last time you saw "50 or so" "well-behaved well-behaved children under one roof?

A thoughtful person might ask: If the parents are as wicked as the news article leads you to believe, how is it the children are such models of Christian behavior? It is just a question.
Proverbs 22:6
 6. Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. {Train...: or, Catechise} {in...: Heb. in his way}
Matthew 7:17 and 18
 17  Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.
18  A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither [can] a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.
Matthew 12:33
 33  Either make the tree good, and his fruit good; or else make the tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the tree is known by [his] fruit.
Luke 6:44 and 43
 43  For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.
 44  For every tree is known by his own fruit. For of thorns men do not gather figs, nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes. {grapes: Gr. a grape}

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