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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 10: Who are the World?

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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 10: Who are the World?

Initially I wanted to mock pop culture and pondered the title We are the World for this presentation, but sadly there are always questions and contentions, even among various assortments of Identity Christians, over the scope and comprehension of that simple two-letter word, we. Another popular product of our corrupted modern culture had more recently mused about “Forever trusting who we are and nothing else matters”. To me those words may almost ring true, if we properly interpret that same word, we, but his error is made evident a few lines later where he sang “Life is ours, we live it our way”, and believing that opens a door to a multitude of sins. While James Hetfield may have been singing about his own intimate relationship, the words have constantly been echoed through the minds of a generation of Western and marginally Christian youth, and people come to believe what they often repeat to themselves. But as Paul of Tarsus had written in chapter 6 of his first epistle to the Corinthians, “19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? 20 For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's.” Paul’s words there are true, whether or not we are cognizant of how they are true. Man has no control over his own destiny, and it is hubris to think otherwise. Therefore man must seek to please the God who does control his destiny, and live His way. That is certainly one of the significant underlying messages in the Wisdom of Solomon.

In our last presentation in this commentary on Wisdom, we had left off in Wisdom chapter 5 where Solomon had departed from his descriptions of the plight of the ungodly. They were portrayed as being compelled to acknowledge their ungodliness and to regret the way in which they had lived their earthly lives, eternally suffering the inevitable consequences of their actions. Then once again Solomon turned to describing the destiny of the righteous, whom he said shall realize the promise of a glorious kingdom. That must be the same kingdom which was later announced in the Gospel of Christ and which Christians are instructed to anticipate and prepare themselves by His apostles.

The Wrong Stuff, Inside Edition

 

The Wrong Stuff, Inside Edition

At Christogenea, we have always denigrated the Alt-Right and its leaders and for various legitimate reasons. We have spoken about Mike Enoch and other Alt-Right figures in the past, such as Andrew Anglin and the character known as Weev. But except for Mike Delaney’s long-ago and former friendship with Anglin, we never had an insider’s perspective on any of these individuals. But now we have Dasho, who has recently come to Christian Identity, and perhaps he can introduce himself by explaining his transition. Dasho is a former member at the forum of The Right Stuff, and a former moderator of the break-away Forum called The Purity Spiral, who was an Alt-Right insider for several years. We first met him when he joined the Christogenea forum several months ago. Perhaps this is timely, as Mike Enoch once again aspires to be an Alt-Right leader, having announced just weeks ago the formation of his own political party, calling it the National Justice Party, of which he is now chairman.

All of the sound clips used for this presentation, as well as many of the full-length sources, are found on the page for Mike Enoch at the Christogenea Media Sharing website.

Other materials, or related items where the originals could no longer be located, which Dasho had discussed in the podcast are found below (click here to see more).

What follows include my post-program remarks...



On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 9: Everlasting Contempt

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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 9: Everlasting Contempt

Here, out of necessity, I am going to repeat some concepts which we have already expounded upon to one degree or another earlier in this commentary on Wisdom, and quite often elsewhere in our commentaries at Christogenea, but with the hope that Solomon himself helps to clarify them for us. However we believe that these concepts, having to do with death, resurrection, and the eternal Adamic spirit, are of crucial importance to a proper understanding of our Christian faith.

Since the beginning of Wisdom chapter 2, Solomon has been contrasting the attitudes and actions of the ungodly and their ultimate fate, with the attitudes and actions of the righteous, and their ultimate fate, alternating back and forth between the two as he proceeds. In that process, one prominent feature of his comparison is the attitude of disdain which the ungodly have towards the righteous, and as a result, how the righteous are mistreated and persecuted by them. Another feature is the parallels with the ministry and gospel of Christ, for which we have viewed the righteous man in Solomon’s example as both a type and a prophecy of the Messiah.

The Gospel of the Kingdom

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The Gospel of the Kingdom

Tonight’s program is really a sort of sequel to our presentation last week, This is Not White Supremacy, It is God Supremacy, although it also stands by itself so that last week’s presentation is really not a prerequisite. Here we shall discuss The Gospel of the Kingdom, with a critique of Bertrand Comparet's sermon, What Gospel?

In Matthew chapters 4 and 9, the apostle described Yahshua Christ as “preaching the gospel of the kingdom”, and then, much later and at the end of His ministry, in Matthew chapter 24 Christ Himself is recorded as having said “14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.” These words are quite ominous, as Christ Himself equates the fulfillment of the age with the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom. So the preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom will usher in the fulfillment of the age and the return of Christ. However the Gospel of Christ has been preached in diverse manners for two thousand years, and the end has not yet come. So we must ask, was Christ wrong, or could it be that the gospel of the churches is not the Gospel of the Kingdom? Here we hope to answer that question.

In the gospel of Mark, in Mark chapter 1 we read “14 Now after that John was put in prison, Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God, 15 And saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel.” But the time which was fulfilled was that of the coming and purpose of the Messiah, and not necessarily that of the end of the age. Christ Himself, as it is recorded in Luke chapter 4, had cited a portion of Isaiah chapter 61 in reference to Himself, where He said that He had come “2 To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD…” But we know that it was not yet the end of the age because He stopped short of citing the rest of the passage, which continues and says “… and the day of vengeance of our God; to comfort all that mourn; 3 To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.” This we await with His promised return.

This is Not White Supremacy, It is God Supremacy

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This is Not White Supremacy, It is God Supremacy

Our Christian Identity profession is a belief in the supremacy of God and His Truth. I hope y’all have some time. Every once in awhile I am motivated to write a presentation introducing and explaining our Christian Identity beliefs, and this is it for 2020, but it is not going to be brief. This presentation includes a review of an essay by Clifton Emahiser titled When Will All of Israel be Awakened to Their Identity?

Four thousand years ago, Yahweh the God of Israel, the God of the Christian Old Testament as well as the New Testament, had called the Biblical patriarch Abraham out of the wider Adamic world, the entirety of which had wandered off into paganism and had begun to accept or develop many practices which are, for the most part, still considered abominations, or at least, have until recently been considered as objectionable, by White society unto this very day.

But because Abraham believed God, as we read in Genesis chapter 17, “3… God talked with him, saying, 4 As for me, behold, my covenant is with thee, and thou shalt be a father of many nations. 5 Neither shall thy name any more be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for a father of many nations have I made thee. 6 And I will make thee exceeding fruitful, and I will make nations of thee, and kings shall come out of thee. 7 And I will establish my covenant between me and thee and thy seed after thee in their generations for an everlasting covenant, to be a God unto thee, and to thy seed after thee.” Similar promises were given to Abraham, which were without condition, and were ultimately inherited by the patriarch Jacob, whose name was then changed to Israel.

On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 8: The Reward of the Righteous

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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 8: The Reward of the Righteous

In the most recent presentation of our commentary on the Wisdom of Solomon we saw The End of the Wicked, which was really a description of the fate of the ungodly, the impious among men who would turn their backs on their people, and on Yahweh their God, in order to pursue worldly or fleshly desires. Making such a choice, they actually take the side of the devil, who had corrupted the Creation of God in the beginning, and ultimately finding unlawful beds, which is a metaphor for committing the sins of fornication and adultery, they also find death because their bastard offspring will never be accepted by Yahweh their God. Being unrepentant, it is evidently these men who find themselves in a resurrection to everlasting contempt. Solomon continues to describe them here, even as he turns once more to discuss the righteous.

Yahweh God had made the law of kind after kind from the beginning, He warned Adam not to eat from the evil tree, and men cannot compel God to accept the fruits of their own sin. It is quite arrogant for them, even hubris, to think that they may persuade Him to change from His Word on account of their sin. True humility is the sincere acceptance of His Word and His Law, voluntarily, and not reluctantly – even though in the end, as He Himself had said in Isaiah chapter 45, “unto me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear.”

On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 7: The End of the Wicked

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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 7: The End of the Wicked

In our last presentation, In the Hand of God, which was our commentary on the first part of Wisdom chapter 3, we had already begun to speak of the end of the wicked in comparison with the fate of the righteous, where we had cited certain of the Psalms of David that address these same subjects which we see being treated at length by Solomon here. But where we allude to the end of the wicked, we do not mean to state that men of the Adamic race who lived wicked lives will cease to exist, or be destroyed in the figurative Lake of Fire. Rather, the end of a man can refer to his destiny in other ways.

In Wisdom chapter 4, for example, Solomon wrote of the wicked as being “a reproach among the dead for evermore”, and then described them as being called to account for their sins. This evokes a passage in Daniel chapter 12 which we have also already cited, where the prophet describes a resurrection to shame and everlasting contempt, which shall apparently be suffered by certain wicked men. In any event, reproach for evermore and everlasting contempt indicate an eternal existence even if it is a miserable existence when compared to what has been promised to the righteous. As we have seen, the Adamic spirit was created in the image of the eternity of Yahweh God, and God cannot fail.

On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 6: In the Hand of God

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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 6: In the Hand of God

In our last two presentations of this commentary On the Wisdom of Solomon, which discussed chapter 2 of the book, we saw a Portrait of the Wicked, and then a portrayal of a righteous man, which we also identified as a Portrait of the Messiah, since every aspect of Solomon’s portrait of the righteous man, who would be persecuted by the wicked on account of his righteousness, was fully manifest in the life and ministry of Yahshua Christ. But just as significantly, the Gospel of Christ is an announcement to the scattered and sinful children of Israel of the very same message which is found here in chapters 2 and 3 of the Wisdom of Solomon. Therefore it should be evident that there are multiple reasons why we consider this section of Wisdom to be a Messianic prophecy.

First we saw the wicked portrayed as being covetous and lustful men, who would dominate the righteous, the weak and the poor, and rule over them with their own sense of righteousness just so that they themselves can live wantonly in a quest to gratify their own desires. Then we saw a righteous man portrayed as being intractable to the wicked, as rebuking them for their sins, and ultimately as being killed by them, the only way by which they could remove him because he is an obstacle to their quest for gratification. But now we shall see that the righteous have a reward for their righteousness, which the wicked cannot even perceive, and therefore in the end, the wicked shall never succeed. This is revealed at the end of chapter 2, where Solomon had concluded that the Adamic man is indeed immortal, as Yahweh God had originally created him for that purpose, and then in the opening of chapter 3 where he announces the fate of the righteous...

On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 5: Portrait of the Messiah

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On the Wisdom of Solomon, Part 5: Portrait of the Messiah

In the first part of this second chapter of the Wisdom of Solomon, we saw a Portrait of the Wicked, which is actually a timeless description of some of the natural tendencies of wicked men. Now we shall see more of those tendencies described in relation to the attitude of the wicked towards the righteous. They are portrayed as declaring their own concept of righteousness and seeking to uphold it forcibly by the might of their own strength, which is a manifestation of the pagan and humanist phenomenon of “might makes right”, and which in turn is really only the law of the jungle and justifies tyranny. With this attitude, the wicked are portrayed as justifying the oppression of the weak, the elderly, and the righteous in their pursuit to gratify their own fleshly desires.

Yet the truly righteous man is an obstacle to the wicked, because he declares to them their sin and stands firmly in opposition to them on account of their sin. So they are depicted as saying, as we would translate verse 12 of the chapter: “Therefore let us lie in wait for the righteous; because he is intractable to us, and he is opposed to our works: he reproaches us for our transgressions of the law, and imprecates the transgressions of our education.” There we also see that in spite of the fact that they seek to implement their own law, the wicked nevertheless are forced to acknowledge that there is a greater law by which the righteous condemn them, and for that alone they hate the righteous and seek to destroy them.

Perhaps with the exception of the Bolshevik Revolution, of which the actual circumstances were purposely hidden from the people of the West for many decades, nowhere in recent history is this phenomenon of the hatred which the wicked have for the righteous more evident than it is today. God-fearing White Christians are being persecuted for their Christian profession, and are hated merely for being White. Today the righteous are being openly and systematically persecuted for nothing else but speaking out against evil. The so-called “Black Lives Matter” organization, and also the so-called Antifa organization with whom it is partnered, are only fronts for the imposition of global communism, by which the wicked hope to steal the wealth of the righteous and destroy Christianity forever, as well as any concept of a White race. They hate Whites for being Christians, and they hate Whites for upholding the rule of law.

Dr. Michael Hill and Ike Baker of the League of the South: The Course Ahead

 

I must apologize in advance for some technical problems. After having to switch from a cell tower to a satellite connection, the typical lag of the satellite connection caused me to interfere with my guests. Below are my introductory notes:

The Course Ahead

The recent and now recurring coronavirus lockdowns began with progressive corporations such as Google, Apple and Microsoft, and practically all of the Liberal city and State governments had immediately followed along. Soon after, the politicians in the more Conservative States were also pressured to follow along, mostly by the media, as no politician wants to be the one who did nothing just in case the pandemic was real.

Now after yet another black criminal dies while in the hands of local police, the Antifa/BLM riots and all of the capitulations to the Communist agenda seem to be following on the same exact path, as if it were all engineered by those same progressives to force all of us to yield to their agenda. Perhaps the lockdowns helped agitate otherwise marginal people to join the protests.

So as the CHAZ is broken up weeks after it should have been, the enemies of Christendom have been made to look much bigger and more powerful than they actually are, and the resulting fear, when it is not outright collusion, has pushed many State and local governments to capitulate even more. As they make more and more concessions, the Antifa/BLM rhetoric and their accompanying demands get more and more outrageous. All of it is engineered to push us further down the road to communism.

So just what is a Southern man, or any White man, to do?...

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