There’s nothing wrong with hate unless someone comes along and redefines it to mean something malicious, malevolent, sadistic or satanic etc, which is exactly what totalitarians do in a dictatorship; they can make words mean whatever they want; and it becomes a war of words.
Love, biblically speaking, is keeping the commandments of God (I John 5:3) and He commands us to execute His Law (Deut. 28:1). For example, I am opposed to homosexuality and believe the Law of God should be executed (Lev. 20:13). I love to hate what God calls abominations; things that are an affront to the Word. The problem is that we live in an Orwellian society, which John called ‘Mystery Babylon,’ and reverses good for evil and evil for good. Conceptually, this paradigm is too abstract for most people to comprehend, because sheep are easily led astray. I hate wolves in sheep’s clothing that hyphenate Christianity with “judeo.” The god of judaism, which is the jewish people themselves, is not the God of Israel. I hate people who deify themselves; are the epitome of lawlessness and like to play God by making up their own laws as they go along. This was the “tradition of the elders,” which Christ so soundly denounced and they live today. Peter told the priestcraft, “We ought to obey God rather than man” Acts 5:29.
Hate is not murder. Many judeo-Christians have the mistaken notion that “Thy shalt not kill [murder]” (Exodus 20:13; the KJV is a poor translation) means that under any circumstances, the taking of another persons life is never justified. Of course this flies in the face of the Law that distinguishes certain sins as capital crimes requiring the death penalty, such as sodomy or race mixing or murder. This grants any White society the peace and order that would otherwise be taken over by chaos, immorality and violence. Are the purveyors of anti-hate going to prosecute someone who is opposed to the same things God is opposed to as if they are murderers? There’s actually people in American prisons today who were sentenced to life without parole, not for killing anybody, but for their Christian Identity beliefs. War as directed from God should never be confused with the intentional malice and premeditated murder of your own kind. God is not against killing in all circumstances, but against murder. The Lord often commanded Israel to go to war against other nations. War is not our first choice or something we pursue gladly, but in a world filled with sin, it sometimes becomes necessary as the last resort. Throughout history, when the wicked worked against God, war was inevitable. And the only way for the righteous to keep the unrighteous from causing great pain and suffering to the innocent was to go to war. Fighting for what is right is in our blood.
In the Old Testament, God ordered the Israelites to “take vengeance on the Midianites for the children of Israel” (Numbers 31:2). Deut. 20:16-17 declares, “However, in the cities of the nations, which Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance, do not leave alive anything that breathes. Completely destroy them…as the Lord your God has commanded you.” Also, I Sam. 15:18 says, “Go and completely destroy those wicked people, the Amalekites; make war on them until you have wiped them out.” Obviously God is not against all war. Jesus is always in perfect agreement with the Father (John 10:30), so we cannot argue that war was only God’s will in the Old Testament. God does not change (Mal. 3:6).
The Second Coming of Jesus Christ is not described as a Sunday picnic, but rather a cataclysmic event for the wicked of the earth, exceedingly violent. It will be the ultimate war between Christ and the antichrist jews. Jesus will have no compassion for His enemies, whom He will conquer and vanquish once and for all time. I love to hate what Christ hates. In Luke 19:27 He’s talking to the men of Israel, “But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before Me.” In Mt. 10:34, the pansies in the pulpits will never divulge Jesus saying why He came the first time; He tells His Disciples, “Do not think that I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.” So how many judeo-Christians think the Christmas Jesus came to bring peace on earth, good will towards all men? Somebody is going to bring the enemies of Christ to Him and the sword will be a river of blood. War is hell and hell is death; it’s always the result of sin. Our condition as a race is such that we have fallen from grace since Adam. Israel was given the Law, but could never keep it. So after Christ gave His life for the remission of sins, the Holy Spirit could now dwell in the hearts of our race and we would no longer be condemned. We can now love the renewal of our hearts (or mentality) by hating the carnal world. Ps. 97:10, “You that love the Lord, hate evil; He preserves the souls of His saints; He delivers them out of the hand of the wicked.” For the last 2000 years true Christians have been non-conformists when they purposefully seek only the Truth of Christ. At the same time, Ecclesiastes 3:8 declares there is, “A time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace.” In a world filled with sin, enmity between us and the alien stranger with his strange gods is inevitable. Because, “You adulterous people, don’t you know that friendship with the world means enmity against God? Therefore, anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God” James 4:4. In other words, those who disagree with the Word of God (II Chron. 19:2) are saying, “I love to be friends with the enemies of God.” On the other hand, those of us who love to hate what God hates, will be in agreement with His divine will.
All of this hoopla over hate is much ado about de-Christianizing the White race. All of the propaganda to extinguish hate and bigotry and racism is strictly about the guilt of the White race. It’s impossible for any other race to commit hate speech or hate crimes according to those who pass such legislation. Oh, the non-Whites can surely hate us and they do, but they can’t love to hate us, because their spiritless lives are not guided by the Divine Law (beasts and savages are not motivated to love or hate, but are rather compelled by lusts and instincts; I Cor. 2:14). “He shows His word unto Jacob, His statutes and His judgments unto Israel. He has not dealt so with any other nation: and as for His judgments, they have not known them. Praise you the Lord.” Ps. 147:19-20. This is hate speech; it discriminates and it can be no other way in God’s plan for the ages. God’s people are not to be destroyed, but their adversaries. White Christian don’t have to be obsessed with love or hate, but we should have a healthy respect for knowing when the time for such things are appropriate by weighing things in the balance. If the scales are tilted towards helping the ungodly and loving those who hate the Lord (II Chron. 19:2), then it’s time to change course and start helping the godly and loving those who love the Lord. But some will say, Christ came for the sinners and low lifes. True, but He did not cast His pearls before ingrates and reprobates.
The Bible says there is a time to hate. The world says hate is the main problem and all things can be solved by abolishing it. But we are warned not to be fooled by outward appearances. “For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ” II Cor. 11:13. We must be on guard against mongrel pretenders who think they can be like us, but disguise their real intentions. I know it’s difficult for our people to grasp that there are other races that hate us more than we hate them; they are consumed with the animosity of Esau-Edom. Surely Jesus was aware of Judas and we should be likewise. The man of perdition walks among us. Paul was being sarcastic to some false teachers in verse 12 saying, “But I will continue to do what I am doing, in order to deny the opportunity of those who want an opportunity to be regarded just as our equals in what they boast about.” They no doubt were envious of Paul by their boastfulness and hated his success, but Paul loved to hate not only the sin but the sinner and went further in verse 14, “And no wonder, for the adversary [of God] transforms himself into a messenger of light. Therefore it is no big thing if even his ministers transform themselves as ministers of justice; of whom the end shall be in accordance with their deeds” Who do you think is going to lead the charge against “hate” today? It’s the ministers of judaized Christianity. So shouldn’t we be following suit with Jesus and Paul, being in opposition to ministers who are in opposition to God? By the way, ‘hate the sin, but love the sinner’ is not in the Bible! Believe it or not, God can perfectly love and hate a person at the same time, much like the modern parent deals with their own children acting like brats. But even an unruly child can lose their life through sin: “If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, which will not obey the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and that, when they have chastened him, will not hearken unto them; Then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place; And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton, and a drunkard. And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die; so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear” Deut. 21:18-21. Some people might think, oh that’s just going too far; but are they wiser than God? Because we don’t obey, our people are no longer God fearing and we have a nation, a generation of spoiled brats… who love everything and everybody, just like their gods, the idols of their heart.
“There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death” Prov. 14:12. By getting rid of all hate, regardless of the means they plan on doing that, is the way of death. Do you want to live in North Korea? When hate becomes an absolute necessity to engine the locomotion of a struggle, what do you do if there’s no opposition, no hate of the beastly system that can be found? Can you equate righteousness with an absense of hate? Well, to the gooey sacherine syrup of judeo-Christianity, ‘all you need is love’. Being right or wrong is predicated on what God says is right or wrong. Should we consult with Televangelists or the God of Israel? We’ve already established from Ps. 97:10 the simple premise that if you love God, you also hate. “Love must be without hypocrisy. Hate evil; cling to what is good” Romans 12:9. Are you a God fearing man? “The fear of the Lord is to hate evil; pride and arrogance and the evil way and the perverted mouth, I hate” Prov. 8:13. It doesn’t get any more simpler than Amos 5:15, “Hate the evil, and love the good, and establish judgment in the gate.” That’s how the Law judges matters and establishes justice. If we don’t discern the spirit, how do we know someone is of God? “There is only one Lawgiver and Judge, the One who is able to save and to destroy; Now who are you who is judging him near to you?” James 4:12. I love to hate the black-robed judges with the gold fringe flags; who mouth the political rhetoric of man’s “rule of law.” Why don’t they say the Laws of God?
David the Psalmist, a king and warrior, and “man after God’s own heart” prayed that God would guard him, as one guards his sight, an object so near and dear to him. How do we let God guard us? We have eyes to see. To see what? To see good and evil. If we only see good, we are half blind. If we only love, we cannot be opposed to anything including evil. Therefore, we must hate by virtue of being in opposition to evil. You think this is just sophistry? I bring up David because he said, “Do not I hate them, O Lord, that hate you? And abhor those who oppose you? I hate them with perfect hatred; I count them mine enemies. Search me, O God, and know my heart: test me, and know my thoughts; And see if there’s anything in me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life” Ps. 139:21-24.
Even as Christians, we remain imperfect in our flesh and cannot love perfectly without Christ, nor can we hate perfectly (in other words, without malice). That’s what our enemies don’t understand i.e. they hate us with malice. If I kill a roaring lion lurching towards me, it’s not because I have malice in my heart towards the beast, it’s because I have the divine right to defend myself. ‘Malice’ is defined as “a strong feeling of wanting to hurt someone or be unkind to them.” And here’s where the war of words becomes important: there is the Word of God and man’s assimilation of it in civil discourse, and then there’s the cowardly and malicious rhetoric of bearing false witness, false accusations and slander. The latter is not someone who loves to hate, it’s the satanic signature of those whom God hates in Proverbs 6:16-19, the last of which is, “he that soweth discord among the brethren.” But God can do both of these perfectly, because He is God. We were made in His image and He wants to see His ways in us. We’re not supposed to quit or pick and choose the type of Christian He wants us to be. We are commanded to “Be ye perfect” Mt. 5:48. God can hate without any sinful intent. Therefore, He can hate the sin and the sinner in a perfectly holy way and still be willing to lovingly forgive at the moment of that sinner’s repentance and faith. Christ is our example. Do we follow Him? Do we hear His voice? God is called the Light of the world (John 8:12) and Israel is called the light of the world (Mt. 5:14). Did David know what he was talking about when he openly expressed his hatred, his perfect hatred, not for an individual, but an entire ‘people group’? I think he did and most Bible scholars will tell you that David was an illustrious type of Christ. David brought down the giant Goliath and Jesus will bring down an even greater behemoth, the culmination of all previous beast empires. Do you really think that if there was no great love for what they were doing, for dispatching an adversary that deservedly qualified for being hated, that they would have had their heart into it? Do you think we get things done half-heartedly? Think again. When Jesus turned the tables on the moneychangers, it was His love of the Law and His hatred of sin.
David not only hates the alien enemies, he has more choice comments about what we should hate also in the book of Psalms. David hated the assembly of hypocrites; why do you think so many of our people are turned off to the churches? Could it be that on Sundays judeo-Christians act pious, but on the other six days act like jews? David would not associate with those just playing church for the sake of appearances or numbers, for the sake of a phony unity or putting their faith on the back burner. He understood ‘false brethren.’ By his disassociation with them, he loved to hate. “I have hated the congregation of evil doers; and will not sit with the wicked” Ps. 26:5. I will personally and gleefully hate those who impersonate Christian Identity, and I must say it’s getting easier to spot them by their own fruits of profanity and cornucopia of lies. Psalms 31:6 KJV, “I have hated them [sinners, not just the sin] that regard [observe, depend upon or have the expectation of something good] lying vanities; but I trust in the Lord.” Idols are often called vanities and the insinuation here deals with David’s abhorrence of mysticism, witchcraft, divination and all superstitions which were commonly practiced by alien strangers and emulated by Israelites. Idols are represented as false, as vain as a lie, in contrast to what is real and true. They, the idols and the idolaters were utterly worthless, therefore, David detested “them.” David communed with God in prayer saying, “For you are not a God that has pleasure in wickedness: neither shall evil dwell with you. The foolish shall not stand in your sight: you hate all workers of iniquity” Ps. 5:4-5. The word “foolish” is translated “arrogant,” “proud” and “boastful” in other versions, but the point is not lost that God hates certain people, contrary to the mindless drivel that “God loves everybody.” Of course this does not imply all who sin, for we all do, but for those who make wickedness the business of their livelihood and are enslaved to it, intentionally plotting a course of serial impiety, and this character does not only belong to openly profane sinners, but to some ‘doctors of divinity’ who have their ordination papers from theological seminaries. I love to hate these fools who stand behind a pulpit every week dispensing spiritual cyanide. “Fools despise wisdom and understanding” Prov. 1:7. “For by thy sorceries were all nations deceived” Rev. 18:23.
Scripture says, “You who love the Lord, hate evil.” So we can say most assuredly, that hating evil identifies those who love God, who love their Kinsman Redeemer, Jesus Christ. Psalm 101:3 is talking about hating the work of apostasy, and those who cause our people to turn away: “I will not set before my eyes a worthless thing; I hate the work of them who turn aside; it will not cling to me.” We have to be somewhat like teflon Christians where ungodliness just doesn’t stick. This is how David intended to govern his kingdom and it’s how the Kingdom of God on earth will be governed. And he had to start with abolishing all of the pagan gods from the land, because God hated them and David hated what God hated. Psalms 119:128, “I have loved all your commandments and I have hated every false way.” All ways are “false” except the way of God’s Word.
David was persecuted without cause; evidently his adversaries just lied about him. If you’re ever the object of some pathological liar then you develop the same strength and wisdom as David who said, “I hate and abhor lying; but thy Law do I love… Great peace have they which love the Law; and nothing can make them stumble” Ps. 119:161-165. David had the God given ability to stand up and hate when it was necessary. It’s an internal mechanism within the White race to stand up for what is right. Brainwashing has had its effects on our society from social engineers who say we mustn’t ever hate or you will be punished. That hypocrisy reveals that the punishers must hate something and they do; they hate God’s Word. And what’s even more revealing is the pastors and ministers who hate God, going down their own little rabbit trails of a thousand denominations; all of them walking in lockstep with wickedness in high places and having no great love for the White race if they’re letting bastards into the congregation and letting them marry their sons and daughters. Even the Scripture calls that one: “Who is blind, but My servant? or deaf, as My messenger that I sent? who is blind as he that is perfect, and blind as the Lord’s servant?” Is. 42:19 and “His watchmen are blind: they are all ignorant, they are all dumb dogs, they cannot bark; sleeping, lying down, loving to slumber” Is. 56:10 The metaphor is not lost with canines and Canaanites. Do you think rap music in a church is “learning the way of the heathen”? How much longer before human sacrifices and cannibalism is called Christian? Who would have thought sodomites would be ordained ministers?
It’s been said, that whatever leadership sits in power, is a reflection of the people themselves and I’ll add the caveat that it’s White people that are responsible for what rules over them. Secular White Nationalism will not save us. At this late stage of the game, only a miracle having spiritual values, family values, the family values of hate, the wrath of the awakened Saxon can save us. Those values can only be found in Scripture, not the religious inventions of race traitors. Wear the badge of a bigot proudly for, “Blessed are you, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and say all manner of evil against you falsely, for My sake” Mt. 5:11. Luke 6:22 CNT puts it slightly different, “Blessed are you when men shall hate you and when they separate from you and they reproach and they cast out your name as evil because of the Son of Man. Rejoice in that day and leap [for joy].” I think that’s why when we hate, we hate with love. Otherwise the hate alone would corrode our soul and rust our spirit. “The one who loves his brother remains in the light, and there is no reason for him to stumble” I John 2:10. So, I would think that the one who hates his brother remains in the dark with every reason to stumble.
Here’s where the judeo-Christians mess it up with Luke 6:27, “But I say unto you which hear, Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you.” Christ is speaking to those who hear. There is only one reference to those who have “ears to hear” in the Bible and that’s Israel; don’t even try to squeeze a goat into the Kingdom. Who hears His voice? “My sheep hear My voice” John 10:27. Who are His sheep? Come on now, goats don’t hear His voice. Why did Christ speak in parables? Because He didn’t want anybody other than Israel to hear His words. “For this reason I speak to them in parables, because seeing they shall not see and hearing they shall not hear nor shall they understand” Mt. 13:13. I love to hate them who think they understand or hear God when they’re a mongrel or have the mind of a mongrel. Luke 6:27 is yet another racist passage that has been adulterated to satisfy the universalist. In essence, the bleeding heart judeo-Christian is saying to hell with David and his “perfect hatred” for the enemies of God. And while we’re at it, let’s censor God calling David, “A man after Mine own heart, which shall fulfill all My will” (Acts 13:22); we can’t tolerate that kind of exclusivity, we gotta build our mega-synagogues (Malachi 1:4). So what does “Love your enemies” mean? It means love your own kind when your relationship becomes adversarial. One has to be brain-dead to think it means to love the enemies of God. We should not love niggers. I don’t love them; I love to hate them, because I only love my own race. All other races are excluded from hearing the Word of God, because Christ didn’t come for them. He tells us who He came for and you can either believe Jesus Christ or the great whores of Babylon.
I use the word ‘enemy’ frequently as an all-inclusive term to mean all non-Israelites under the direction of jews. You need to understand that the enemy doesn’t want you to think the White race or more specifically White Christians, have enemies; therefore, there is nothing to be alarmed about or anything to resist; just let the fox guard the chicken coup and shut up. If you object to a conspiracy aimed at destroying you and your loved ones, you will be labeled and once you are conditioned to shut up about God and race, it will be that much easier for your handlers to send you to their gulags for whatever they consider a violation of political correctness. And there are scholars and historians in Europe who have been sent to prison for “Holocaust denial.” I love to hate the persecution of victimless crimes. Nowhere in the Bible are prisons acceptable to God; biblically, justice only comes by way of restitution or death, not jail. Orwell spoke of thought crimes and thought police, which was a combination of jewish psychology and surveillance and voila… the NSA. If you recall, spying on Israel was an element of Baal worship. I love to hate the Baals.
I believe the “beginning of sorrows” has begun and it’s promulgated by the psychology of scribes and Pharisees, particularly in judeo-Christian churches and jewish entertainment inculcating behavior modification that is contrary to the way, the truth and the life of Jesus Christ. “And then many shall fall away [apostasy], and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another. And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many. And because lawlessness will be increased, the love of many will grow cold ” Mt. 24:10-12. And that would include that the love to hate evil not only grows cold, but freezes like a cold day in hell. If the passion to obey Christ were forbidden, it would truly create flocks of sheep to be lost to ravenous wolves. In the words of Christ, “But those Mine enemies… bring hither, and slay them before Me.”
Sentimental humanism, which is just secularized judaism, asserts that man’s basic need is love and a passive need to be loved (as opposed to proactive); thus man is seen as a passive creature, ideally a pacifist, whose basic problem is not a will to do evil, but an absence of love, so that a positive illusion can be created to supply man’s needs. This perspective is clearly conducive to slavery and to the totalitarian caretaker state; a welfare mentality from cradle to grave. I could care less about the enemy trying to mold my opinion that they care about me… when they don’t. This is really paying for your own destruction and harmful to your health, because the White Adamic man was created in the image of the righteous God who requires justice even more than love. We can get along without love. Think of a man in a scorching desert who can’t live without an oasis. We can’t get along without justice or we will find ourselves in the same kind of Siberian gulags that Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn found himself in… for writing about injustice. Justice to a murderer or a liar or a thief is viewed much differently than that of the victim. Justice to a criminal is a hateful thing. If elected officials were judged according to God’s Law, you can imagine that just about every one of them would be working on restitution or put to death. But, when criminals outnumber the righteous, God’s Laws are viewed as hate.
It is our enemies who hate to love and therefore despise the racial cohesion of the White nuclear family and the values that have traditionally preserved the integrity of our race; after all, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ they say. Our people have been conned into thinking that Christian behavior and conduct is to always be nice, and compromising, and non-judgmental, lovingly pleasant, warm and fuzzy ad nauseum. But in reality, it is political correctness run amok for the high priority of peer approval, even if it’s prostituting Christian values for subhuman character. This message is imperative to our nation-race, to our holy calling, to secure a common defense and to establish the blessings of our posterity.
You cannot charge God with a hate crime. Oh, you can try, but the charges won’t stick. What better tactic for the enemies of Christendom than to circumvent God by going after his children? By going after their natural God given traits that would be detrimental to them, but a blessing to us. They cannot ever erase God’s own words, “As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated” (Romans 9:13). However, they can make “antisemitism” illegal for the sons of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The challenge before the White man today is: do you dare to love God and have a corresponding hatred of what He hates? None dare to call it a love to hate. Do you have the ears to hear our Lord and Savior? It is only for fear of the jews, that our people love the antichrists. As for me and my house, we shall be God fearing and “The fear of the Lord is to hate evil.”
How long will fools hate knowledge and reject understanding? I guess it’s as long as they don’t have a love for the Truth and follow the liars and their lies. When Christ died, He gave us a New Covenant; He gave it only to the White race; and what He did was put the Divine Law in our inward parts, in our heart and mind. It was a supernatural act. It’s possible to pacify it’s effectiveness and become dormant, but deep down it can never be totally done away with. Our founding fathers understood that ‘Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.” And that spirit reverberates today with small rumblings that things are amiss.
Nowadays, there’s a lot of talk about ‘hate crimes’. There’s an entire body of laws against ‘hate crimes’. Everybody seems to be worried about hate. Hate appears to be the gravest problem of our time.
But hate is good. Hate gives structure to our life. Hate gives us a reason to exist, a focus, something to strive for, an identity.
Hate is energy, pure energy, provided by God Himself. Hate enables us to see through lies and pretense, and helps us to concentrate on the essential. Hate is democratic – even the rich and the powerful cannot hate more than their slaves and subjects.
And soon, hate may well be all that we have left. Hate emancipates. Without hate for slavery you cannot break your shackles. And without hate for injustice their can be no justice.
The greatest achievements of the human race have grown from hate, and from the ability to control hate. Hate separates humans from animals – animals do not hate, but humans do. Humans can hate for decades, sometimes their entire lives. We can even pass hate on to our children and keep hate alive for centuries…and we should.
Hate is a sign of abstract intellect – only humans can hate people they have never seen or met, and only humans can hate concepts and processes. How can we know what love is, if we refuse to recognise and understand hate? Love and hate are the two opposite sides of the same coin. Without hate, we are only halflings. In order to be complete, we need hate. Only fools talk endlessly about love, but forget the hate. Hate separates us from the weak and docile.
Do not fear hate. Do not deny or reject hate. Accept hate. Embrace hate. Learn to know it, and learn to use it. Hate is your most powerful weapon – A hidden source of your strength.
What the liberal idiots fear most in this world is our ability to hate. Because our hate will one day be the most revolutionary force in the world. Our hate will destroy Babylon and usher in the Kingdom of God on Earth.
Without a deadly hatred for that which threatens what we love, love is but an empty catchphrase for hippies, queers and cowards.