Scripture Reading: I Thessalonians 5:19-22 “Do not quench the spirit. Do not despise teachings. Prove all things, hold on to what is good. Abstain from every form of evil.”
First, let me make clear a few things. I knew that when I revised and expanded this series that it would be wrought with controversy. I have several reasons for doing so. One is to take a stand against the jewish propaganda machine and the other is to chastise the secular White Nationalist movement that naively emulates the National Socialist without Christ, in Hollywood movies, books and sordid media, and thinks that wearing a costume will awaken White people to the perils we face in the world today. Both do a disservice to the historical record and truth. It is not my intent to recreate the imagery of the past, but to capitalize on the principles of what worked in the past and will work in the future. And especially not to repeat the mistakes of the past, of which we should have a 20/20 vision. Even in the Christian Identity community there is consternation about the status of Christianity during the Third Reich. So, in this final installment we are going to deal with some things that are rarely discussed. Hopefully, we will put a new perspective in your heart about the heroes of our race, who have been painted with the brush of villainy. However, the idea for Christians, is not to lay our hope in man per se, but our hope and enthusiasm in men of God whose role model is Jesus Christ. He is our example and His student, Adolf Hitler, exemplified the Master. The prostitute-historian cannot stand that truth and can't portray a person any better than the Picasso shown in Part 3.
The one truth that cannot be denied is that Jacob-Israel and Esau-Edom clashed in a crescendo of opposite values in 1933. It was really a clash between judaism and the last vestige of Christianity in Europe; talmudic law vs. God's Law. It is imperative that Identity Christians understand the history of Germany fighting for their lives against a satanic force; a force that was abducting the Kingdom of God through the violence and immorality of mammon. A similar situation exists in America today, although I would venture to say much worse. All the more reason to honor the heroes of faith, than to dishonor them. For if we disdain those who shed their blood for us, we are still under the antichrist yoke of dialectics; a mind control to hate your own kind; to hate yourself for being White. Take away the heritage of heroism and you have no resistance to tyranny. And one of the biggest taboos for showing respect for the sacrifices Germany made is the swastika. Not to fly it as some fools do, but to understand what it meant.