By Billy Roper
-I asked Brother Roper to create an article that blends the National Socialist thought with the Dual Seedline Christian Identity Faith that we both practice and this is the result of that. We all know that National Socialism in its CORRECT format and Dual Seedline Christian Identity go hand in hand. The topic that he picked is accurate and valid. We must remember that what is of the jew stays with the jew, and what is of Yahweh is YAHWEH’S! -Pastor Paul R. Mullet
What is good for the race is good, and what is bad for the race, is bad. It was appropriate for National Socialists to wear militaristic uniforms in 1930s Germany to appeal to the culture of the time and place and people being outreached to. In 2016 America, a business suit is more appropriate.
They didn’t get bogged down in arguments over economics, jurisdictional disputes, or theology too often, and when they did, they sorted things out and continued forward. Just ask the Strasser brothers and the Braunshirts.
Christian Identists who get bogged down and distracted by minutiae and details such as what to eat, what to wear, when to eat and wear it, what calendar to use, and what day is the Sabbath are being unnecessarily divisive, just as if they were debating how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. If the devil were to try to hold back Christian Identity, he would do it by dividing its believers up into camps and then cause them to argue incessantly about non-essential matters. He’d probably also try to make us look and sound and act as different* as possible from the mainstream White American Christians whom we’re supposed to be trying to reach with our message about their Identity, too.
*See this article for a better explanation of what Brother Roper is saying here FALLING AWAY
National Socialists didn’t try to dress up like medieval Teutonic Knights to appeal to their target audience. That wouldn’t have been very smart. They focused on winning.
The apostle Paul wrote that he spoke one way to the Judeans, and another to the Greeks, both of them Israelites, but to each as they needed to hear the gospel. This wasn’t being a hypocrite, it was “putting the feed down there where the chickens could get at it”.
Jesus also said what was needed, to whom it was needed, in the manner it was needed, for the best interests of His ministry. Some of His disciples were anti-Roman rebels, and it was those Essenes who sheltered and largely supported Him during His ministry. Simon the Zealot wasn’t given that name because he was a big sports fan. But when the Jews who sought his death tried to trap Him into saying something treasonous by asking him leading questions about paying taxes, we all remember how He handled the situation. He asked for a coin, and then asked them whose picture was on it. “Caesar”, they replied. “Then, render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and give unto God, what is God’s”. (Matthew 22:21, Mark 12:17, Luke 20:25 KJV)
Now, do you reckon that means that we shouldn’t tithe with U.S. government issued currency, but instead, only with farm produce, maybe? Nope. It means that, attempting to be Christlike, we should be then as wise as serpents (Matthew 10:16 KJV), as He also commanded. If what is good for the race is good, and what is bad for the race is bad, then also what is good for the Faith is good, and what is bad for the Faith is bad. Attempting to be theological purists, holier than thou and praying on rooftops, or sitting in the corner by ourselves being “right”, is not occupying until He comes, or working to expand God’s kingdom, as He commanded us in the parable of the ten talents* and the good and faithful servant. (Matthew 25:14-30 KJV)
*Pastor Mullet is working on this very sermon for all of you to enjoy.*
I sincerely choose to believe that everyone who reads this is of good and righteous intent. Humbly, then, I submit that as National Socialists, and as Christian Identists, we can be much more welcoming and growth-oriented without sacrificing any of our core values. I’d like to see us all put our absolutes and our egos aside, and try. AMEN BROTHER ROPER AMEN!
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