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Jessica Gray is stupid – more Biblical lies from her

Posted in Christianity, cults, Hate, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, racism, Religion with tags , , , , on March 25, 2009 by Michael Burks

After seeing her original post, I almost skipped reading the rest of her ungodly thread; mainly because I don’t care what a bunch of Aryan Nation loons think. However, her second post caught my eyes and made me laugh out loud. When I read lies people claim are found in the Bible, I laugh. The funny thing is, Jessica is too dumb to take five seconds out of life and use them for something useful like actually Reading the Bible and what it actually says!

Here is what she states –

Modern Christians somehow have got it in there head, with no help of the jews of course, that Yahweh and his son Yeshua came to love everyone. They completely disregard the fact that it plainly states he came only for the lost sheep of the house of Israel. Jews, despite what they claim are not Israel. They are imposters and frauds. Blacks, Mexicans, Chinese, and all the other colors of the rainbow have no soul. The white race is the only race that was given the breath of Yahweh. I will have to let Pastor Faber elaborate more then that.

Now, I could rip every single sentence of this “debate” to shreds. However, I only need to rip one single part apart to prove her whole above statement is un-biblical

There are no “Lost Sheep of Israel”. The only people who believe such fairy-tales are Christian Identity nuts like Jessica and Black Israel believers; both groups are racist bigots who hate Jews, the Only Tribes who made up Israel (and Judah).

Here is what the Bible actually says – Ezekiel 9:9, “Then said he unto me, The iniquity of the house of Israel and Judah is exceeding great, and the land is full of blood…” They still existed at that time together. Jeremiah 50:33 concerning the Babylonian Captivity, “Thus saith the LORD of hosts; The children of Israel and the children of Judah were oppressed together: and all that took them captives held them fast; they refused to let them go.” This was later fulfilled when the Persians crushed the Babylonians and allowed the Jews/Israel to return. Many never did and stayed behind forming the vast Jewish communities in Mesopotamia.

As you can tell from using the Bible (the only source I need; unlike Jessica, I don’t need “pastor” Faber or some other loon to explain this to me; only God is needed), the tribes of Israel were never lost. The Bible is clear most fled into Judah and lived among those tribes (Southern Kingdom).

LOL, nowhere does it say the tribes were lost. This teaching is not found in the Bible. I just quoted what the Prophets wrote. Jessica would have you believe she knows more than them! Who do you believe? Them or an overweight Nazi?

Funny Read – Randy Gray’s overweight Nazi wife “teaches a Bible lesson”

Posted in Christianity, cults, Hate, Israel, Israeli, racism, Religion with tags , , , , , , on March 25, 2009 by Michael Burks

I was bored today. On rainy days sometimes surfing the net can be fun. I came across this trash today. Here Neo-Nazi oddball Jessica Gray tried to explain a Bible lesson using the Aryan Nations method. There was a reason Paul said for women not to speak in church lol. Jessica is proof of this!

I will write my two cents in bold –

 

In Matthew, we are told “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.” I never knew how to answer the Sunday Christians when they asked about this. Then I figured out (not sure why it took so long) that I should love my neighbor, if they too, obey the laws of Yahweh. Under Yahweh’s law, my neighbor isn’t going to be a white woman with 6 kids who are all the product of one night stands in the ghetto. Under Yahweh’s laws my neighbor wouldn’t be 2 queers and a Yorkie puppy. Under Yahweh’s laws my neighbor wouldn’t be a corrupt politician who’s in bed with the jews. Under Yahweh’s law, my neighbor would be like minded, WHITE, straight, and identity. There would be no issue.

Actually, you are wrong. The word neighbor does not mean what you just said in the Bible. That is your “meaning” which is well, un-bibical. Not only that, I know you can’t back it up with proof!

First off, there are NO Hebrew translations of the word neighbor found in the Bible. However, there are three Greek translations. They are as follows –  perioikeo , which means to reside around, i.e. be a neighbor:–dwell round about. As you can tell by this meaning, it says people you dwell around, not who you pick lol. So you are 0-1 in your Satanic teaching.

Second word for neighbor is plesion which means as man, countryman, –near, and neighbour. Again, this does not seem to hint only “fellow Christians” or people who think and believe like you. Do all our fellow countrymen think like me? I like UK basketball, my sister likes U of L. I don’t eat pork, my dad does. Should I hate my dad? I don’t think God meant that. Jessica is now 0-2 with her Bible lesson.

The third meaning comes from the Greek word, philos which means, properly, dear, i.e. a friend; actively. Even though this word means a friend, it has nothing to do with hating those as Jessica claims. The word simply relates to someone you know; nothing more, nothing less.

 

Jessica is about as much a Christian as Mohammad was. Her teachings are found NOWHERE in any known translations of the Bible, unless you can find it in the Aryan Translations, a false Bible made up by rejects much like herself.

Meet another member of the Satanic Aryan Nations – Mr. Furrow

Posted in Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, Middle East, News, Religion with tags , , , on February 7, 2009 by Michael Burks

Yes sir, what good “Christians” these guys truly are!

http://www.adl.org/learn/ext_us/aryan_nations.asp?xpicked=3&item=an

 

Recent Developments

In the past, Butler has managed to raise funds for Aryan Nations activities by encouraging congregants to make offerings and pay membership fees, in addition to selling flags and tapes of his sermons. Supporters are also required to tithe 10 percent of their incomes. The group’s financial prospects changed dramatically in 1998, however, when Carl E. Story and R. Vincent Bertollini, acquaintances of Butler who had become wealthy in the field of computer technology, donated a significant sum to the group. Both recent transplants from California’s Silicon Valley to Sandpoint, Idaho, they founded and lead the 11th Hour Remnant Messenger, an Identity ministry that shares the apocalyptic racism of Aryan Nations. The two men have underwritten several expensive propaganda efforts, including the distribution of a videotaped interview with Butler that was reportedly sent to 9,000 residents of northern Idaho.

Story and Bertollini’s largesse aside, the past three years have been difficult for the organization. On August 10, 1998, the group received significantly negative publicity when a 37-year-old former Aryan Nations guard named Buford Furrow

Aryan Nations members at Hayden Lake, Idaho in 1995. Buford Furrow (second from right), at the time an Aryan Nations guard, killed one person and wounded five others in a 1998 shooting spree in Los Angeles.

shot and wounded three young boys, a teenage girl and a receptionist at the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Los Angeles. Furrow, who had a history of mental illness and trouble with the law, fired more than 70 rounds from a submachine gun, fled from the crime scene and later shot and killed a Filipino-American postal worker, Joseph Ileto. After evading authorities for nearly 24 hours, Furrow surrendered to the FBI in Las Vegas. He declared that his murder spree was intended as “a wake-up call to America to kill Jews” and that he had killed Ileto because the man was nonwhite and worked for the federal government.

Two years later, in September 2000, Aryan Nations’ security force made national headlines again when a jury awarded $6.3 million to Victoria and Jason Keenan, a mother and son (represented by the Southern Poverty Law Center) who had been assaulted, chased and shot at by Aryan Nations guards after briefly stopping their car on a road in front of the compound two years before. The jury found Aryan Nations and Butler guilty of negligence in the selection, training and supervision of the security guards. The judgment bankrupted Butler and his group, and the 20-acre Aryan Nations compound and the Aryan Nations name were legally handed over to the Keenans: Butler renamed his organization the Aryan National Alliance. Patrons Bertollini and Story purchased a new home for the Identity pastor in nearby Hayden, Idaho, where he vowed to continue his activities, including propaganda distribution and posting to the Web site.

As the bankruptcy sale of the compound and the Aryan Nations name approached, some of Butler’s followers began defecting to a newly-established Christian Identity church, the Church of True Israel, based in Noxon, Montana. Headed by a “council of prelates” instead of a single leader, the Church was founded in 1996 by five men, all of whom were once tied to Aryan Nations. During the summer 1995 Aryan World Congress, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported, a faction of state Aryan leaders attempted unsuccessfully to wrest power away from Butler; soon afterward, two of the failed mutineers, John Burke and Charles Mangels, left Aryan Nations and founded the new church. Like its predecessor it preaches white supremacy, but it has distanced itself from Butler’s glorification of Nazism. Although precise connections cannot be drawn, several of Butler’s close supporters are rumored to have ties to True Israel.

Meet “pastor” James Wickstrom – Jews, UFOs and four wives, what a great Christian, lol

Posted in Christianity, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, News, Religion, World News with tags , , , on February 4, 2009 by Michael Burks

http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=507

Posed before a backdrop of a Tennessee forest, Jim Wickstrom spews his life history into a camera. It’s late June, and Wickstrom has just been a victim of another attack, one of the many he claims to have suffered at the hands of his enemies over the years.

The latest assault on the “preacher” came this June 21 when someone burned down a furniture store in Hampton Township, Mich., where Wickstrom has been preaching “Racial Covenant Christian Identity” for the past three years.

Many of the audio- and videotapes he peddles over the Internet, representing his life’s work, were burned or damaged in the fire. Wickstrom quickly put out a call over the Internet to sympathizers, stumping for financial aid in order to continue his ministry.

And so it is not surprising that just days after the blaze, the prolific pastor already is taking steps to replenish his media inventory. After all, the man has a business to run, and preaching violence against Jews is his bread and butter.

At 62, Wickstrom is bloated and shifty-eyed. The oversized aviator glasses he wears magnify his jowl and the general downward slope of his features. For this video, Wickstrom has encased his sausage-like physique in a red polo shirt, eschewing the formal sports coat and tie he favors at racist rallies.

The film is a relatively calm accounting of his life and views as he outlines his career as a racist with arms folded over his bright red belly. Under these sedate circumstances, Wickstrom looks more like the Snap-On Tools salesman he was in the early ’70s, in the time before his anger found an outlet — and an accelerant — in the theology of Christian Identity.

But “Wickstrom Unplugged” doesn’t last for long.

Almost on cue, a voice off camera asks Wickstrom what he thinks should be done with the Jews, a topic that invariably brings out the Hulk in him.

Wickstrom’s hands begin to gesticulate, his face reddens, and he launches into a tirade that demonstrates what has made him one of Christian Identity’s most popular and volatile speakers.

“I’d like to see these Jews all be brought to the VA [Veterans Administration hospital] and wooden chairs be put down on the lawn. Tie the Jews in. Bring these veterans down who have been mutilated, physically mutilated, their lives ruined without the opportunity of a family or children, and give them baseball bats and let them beat these Jews to death! Every one of them!” he bellows.

“Take these chairs and Jews after they’re beaten to death, throw ’em in the wood chipper! And from the wood chipper let the remains go into a big incinerary truck, which is right behind the wood chipper, and give them the holocaust they rightly deserve!”

“Even the women and children?” he’s asked by his interviewer.

“Take ’em all,” he snarls. “Take ’em all and let none remain!”

Wickstrom Redux
Wickstrom’s an aging, old-school Christian Identity racist whose career has seen better days. For a time in the early ’80s, Wickstrom was one of the hottest haters in the country, preaching Yahweh’s word across the Great Plains and the upper Midwest and stirring up an army.

America’s farmers, in the grip of a devastating crisis, were a vulnerable audience. The government had urged them to expand their operations, then slapped them with a spike in interest rates. Banks called in loans. People lost farms, and Wickstrom’s hard-core combination of antigovernment teachings and Bible-based racism drew substantial crowds. The fervently anti-Semitic, antigovernment Posse Comitatus grew in strength.

Wickstrom told them their economic hardship was part of a plan to destroy God’s chosen people — the “White, Western Race” — and pointed to the Bible.

He told them debts and taxes were illegitimate and pointed to the Constitution. His conviction and passion were often mesmerizing.

But his message would start to decay.

Most of the legal advice he gave farmers created more problems than it solved. The “township” of Tigerton Dells that he and other Posse members dreamed up was seized by the very government its residents were plotting to overthrow.

Wickstrom and other Posse leaders would be arrested and incarcerated. The Posse began to fade, making way for the militia movement that would follow. The momentum it once had in its heyday, when Posse sympathizers numbered close to 50,000, came and went.

Despite his diminished presence in the movement today, Wickstrom’s influence over the past 30 years has been considerable. And by the look of things, “Wick,” as he is known, is not done yet.

Wickstrom is attempting to emerge from 15 relatively dormant years by very publicly aligning himself with one of two factions of the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations vying for control of Richard Butler’s leaderless followers.

Since Butler’s death on Sept. 8, Charles Juba’s version of Aryan Nations, based in Pennsylvania and by far the weaker of the two, is clamoring for respect they hope an association with Wickstrom will bring and have named him their religious leader. Against most of the evidence, Wickstrom and Juba are now claiming that they are the anointed heirs of Butler and rightful owners of the well-known Aryan Nations name, even though Butler publicly excommunicated Juba (see Alabama Getaway) from his Idaho-based organization in January 2000 and never took him back.

“My work as World Chaplain is only beginning, and I look forward to being a part of the Aryan Nations of tomorrow,” Wickstrom wrote in an Oct. 11 press release in which he claims his appointment was part of a secret plan formulated years ago by Pastor Butler himself.

In the statement, Wickstrom proclaims Juba’s group the legitimate successor to Butler, and blames the confusion over which faction was the true Aryan Nations on a clever “cloak and dagger” operation designed to confuse the enemy while the organization was rebuilt.

Although it’s doubtful he’ll succeed in filling the shoes of one of the country’s most notorious neo-Nazi leaders, Wickstrom is one of the strongest candidates and most recognizable names the Christian Identity movement has.

He may have only been drawing a few dozen disciples to his furniture-store sermons in recent years — but consider that quality can be just as important as quantity when building an army for Yahweh. Among Wickstrom’s converts are men like James Nichols, brother of Oklahoma City bomber Terry Nichols. When James devoted his life (and that of his incarcerated brother) to Aryan warriorhood on Oct. 5, 2003, Wickstrom was the first to shake his hand.

Still, some experts question Wickstrom’s relevance to the movement of today.

“Wickstrom has lost saliency,” says Leonard Zeskind, an expert on the Identity movement and the far right. “The terrain doesn’t exist for him anymore.”

Some of Wickstrom’s closest supporters have condemned him for a relationship he began in August 2003 with another man’s wife. So while Wickstrom’s name was intended to bring legitimacy to Juba’s faction of the Aryan Nations (which Zeskind dismisses as the “sewer end of the movement”), it’s possible that his presence will actually hurt Juba.

Other observers aren’t ready to count Wickstrom out just yet.

“Jim Wickstrom has a certain stature in the racist movement — one Juba doesn’t have — and especially among the more religious, the biggest ones that are really into the Christian Identity aspect,” says Floyd Cochran, a former Aryan Nations spokesman who now speaks out against racism.

“With the death of Richard Butler, the Christian Identity aspect of the movement is now more focused on Wickstrom.”

Kerry Noble, a former Identity adherent who has also left the movement, knew Wickstrom in the ’80s agrees that Wickstrom’s new position may be more than just a coda to his career. “The movement is lacking true leadership, and Wickstrom is the closest thing that most groups have.”

Birth of a Salesman
Under different circumstances, Jim Wickstrom might have been making Chiquita banana stickers and Elmer’s Glue labels at a Kimberly-Clark paper mill for a living instead of talking about putting people in wood chippers.

Wickstrom was born in 1942 in Munising on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Although Wickstrom describes the town as Michigan’s “Naples on the lake,” the slogan is far grander than the dreary circumstances of the tiny, working-class town warrant.

Times have always been tough in Munising, where the century-old paper mill on the lake’s eastern shore looms large in the life of residents, and the annual average income is less than $13,000.

Wickstrom was the second of three sons. His father worked as a foreman at a sawmill. His mother was a homemaker. Wickstrom graduated from high school in 1960 and worked various jobs before joining the military in 1964. He served two years (not six, as he often claims), mostly as a warehouseman stationed in Fort Lewis, Wash., and in Okinawa, and never saw combat.

But Wickstrom did see black men surpass him in rank left and right. He was outraged at what he calls blatant “reverse discrimination,” and it was the first time he remembers feeling racially aware.

Wickstrom was discharged as a private first class in 1966 and returned to an America he didn’t understand. The sex, drugs and foul language of the ’60s repulsed him, and he saw it as a sign America’s character was weakening.

In 1970, he married the first of his four wives, Dianne, whom he met while working for Johnson Wax. In 1973, he ran a service station in Racine, Wis., without success, and then gave it up to go sell tools.

Soon after he left the service station, Wickstrom was hired by Snap-On Tools and began traveling as a salesman. The position suited him for a time, but Wickstrom was soon to discover tools weren’t the only things he could sell.