For the last several thousand years we have been told again and again by the Jewish propaganda networks that the Jews are God’s chosen people. We have been told again and again that God is racist, that he dispenses favors, that he discriminates and that he made a special covenant with Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and their seed. We are told that their offspring and future generations were blessed, especially blessed by God. No matter how many crimes they committed, they had a special sacred niche in the eyes of God, we are told. Reading the Old Testament, we can’t escape the conclusion that God cared not a wit about all the other peoples of the world, all the other creatures he had created. No matter how brutally the Israelites murdered other tribes and nations and how wantonly they destroyed the cities and properties of other people, God looked favorably upon their actions, we are led to believe.
Not only have the Jews and the Jewish religion with their propaganda networks been promoting this line ad nauseam, but the Christian churches, who are Gentile, and evidently outside the favors of this same God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, have been promoting this line of nonsense to their followers again and again and again.
We might divide the Christian churches into two classifications: the Liberal churches and the Fundamentalist churches. The liberal churches are completely under the domination of the Jews and spend most of their fervor and energy telling the White people that they must integrate, mongrelize with the niggers. They keep pounding away at the theme of integration. According to them, we, the White people owe the nigger everything, our daughters, our properties, our money and, yes, our very blood. We must make them whiter and us blacker.
The Fundamentalist churches, while pretending they are in the opposite camp to the liberal churches, in fact attack them, nevertheless strongly promote the line that the Jews are God’s chosen people and that we must not criticize the Jews, we must not lift a finger against them. They resurrect and latch on to some quotations from the Old Testament that the Jew wrote, of course, such as, “I will bless them that bless thee, I will curse them that curse thee,” thereby giving complete immunity to the treacherous Jew, who is destroying the White Race.
The claim that the Jews are special in the eyes of God is, of course, one of the biggest and most profitable lies they have invented. Why any God, who had an ounce of sense, and even a mere smattering of justice, would want to lavish special sweetheart arrangements with such a band of cutthroats and scoundrels, is just too much for anybody to swallow.
Why a wise and righteous God would want to choose a race whose progenitors, Abraham and Sarah, were a pimp and a whore respectively, is just too fantastic even for the gullible.
Whereas it is doubtful whether the Jews themselves believe such trash, they have gotten tremendous mileage from this invention. Millions of White people have been taken in by this hoax and defend it even more vigorously than the Jews themselves. It has given the Jew a mantle of holiness and immunity from retribution that has worked wonders. It has worked wonders only because the White Christians have been silly enough to swallow such garbage.
So much for the “Chosen People” hoax. It is one of their biggest lies from which they have derived a fantastic advantage for themselves.
There are three other religious claims that the Jews have bragged about for centuries. They are equally phoney and should be laid to rest for all time.
- The first claim is that they invented the idea of monotheism. This is not true. The Egyptians were espousing this idea long before the Jews infiltrated Egypt and began the mongrelization and disintegration of their host.
Not that there is anything so outstanding about the “One God” idea. Christians who also claim to worship one God, are really worshipping three Gods, the Holy Trinity, in a sort of confused “now you see it, now you don’t” fashion. On the other hand, many other religions such as the Roman’s, had many Gods. Nobody has ever rationally explained to me why one is superior or inferior to the other.
In any case, the Jews have made a big to-do about this spurious issue, an idea they stole in the first place, and has no particular merit in the second place.
- The second claim is that they originated the idea of immortality of the soul. This idea they, too, stole from the Egyptians. As I mentioned in a previous chapter, the Egyptians had already conceived this idea long before the Jews copied it. In the ensuing 5000 years since the Egyptians originated this idea, there has not been one shred of evidence to confirm it, and it too has little or no merit.
- Their third claim is the highly touted “Ten Commandments”. In the first place, these “laws,” compared to the comprehensive system of laws the Romans devised, are so elementary and primitive, that to even compare the two is a rank injustice. In the second place, no people has violated the killing, stealing and lying part of it more flagrantly than the Jews themselves. Thirdly, even these primitive ideas the Jews did not originate but stole from the earlier Code of Hammurabi. This Code was one of the earliest known to be put down in writing, and was codified in stone by the Babylonian King whose name it bears during the era of the 20th century B.C. It was from this code in stone that the Jews stole the mythical idea of Moses’ Ten Commandments in stone.
The first part of the “Commandments” really have little meaning for the White Race in the first place, but place emphasis on the special relationship between the Jews, their God and their Sabbath.
We can hardly claim that the Ten Commandments have much significance for the White Race, in any case, since we are specifically excluded right from the start in Commandment No. 1, which says “I am the Lord, thy God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.”
Since we never fled from Egypt (in fact, the White Egyptians are our racial brothers), this whole affair evidently does not include the White Race, but is, again, as the Jews claim, part of their special “covenant” with God.
An Impartial Look at the Patriarchs and So-Called Heroes of the Old Testament
It behooves us now to take a close, impartial, yet critical look at the Patriarchs and so-called heroes of the Jewish race and see just what kind of men they were; to quote and judge them by the self-righteous standards as presumably set up by the Bible itself.
According to the Jewish story, as told in the Old Testament, the Jews claim that they are descendants of a tribe founded by Abraham, Isaac and Jacob some 3700 years ago. According to this story Jacob had 12 sons, 10 by his first wife, and two, Joseph and Benjamin, by his second wife. Of these sons, Judah figures prominently and we hear of the wonderful line of Judah and his descendants. In fact, the word Judah is almost synonymous with the word Jew, and whereas there is a story of the lost tribes of Israel, supposedly lost somewhere in obscurity, most of the Jews pride themselves as being descendants of Judah. The word “Judaize” has been used in this and other books with considerable frequency and has as its meaning the implication to make something Jewish.
Some 14 generations after Abraham, there arises the most outstanding and famous King of the Jews, namely King David. From him is derived the Jewish symbol, the Star of David, and David himself plays a very prominent part in the Jewish bible and also present day Jewish worship.
The first chapter of Matthew, verse 17 says “All generations from Abraham to David are 14 generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are 14 generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ are 14 generations.” In the previous 16 verses it lists the generations of Jesus Christ, Son of David, the Son of Abraham and in the 16th verse it says that “And Jacob begat Joseph, the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ.” So there is the implication, loud and clear, that Christ was descended through his father, Joseph, who was a descendant from Abraham, David and all the rest of the lineage. The fact that this contradicts the claim that Jesus was not the son of Joseph, but the Son of God, is another contradiction, another non sequitur, that the Jews throw at the Christians. I, therefore, do not need to rationalize their lies, but you might ask your preacher for his version. It is always interesting to see them try to squirm out of an obvious contradiction. I am not going to discuss this inconsistency here, but merely want to also list Joseph, the father of Jesus, as one of the prominent people in the Jewish hierarchy.
Of these people I want to review only a few of the outstanding “Patriarchs” and “heroes” of Jewish lineage as described in the bible itself, by the Jewish scriptwriters themselves. Let us examine what kind of scoundrels we have been revering, adoring and holding up to our children as great examples, as “Men of God”.
Our brains have become so polluted with the persistent and long enduring propaganda of how wonderful are the “Chosen People of God” that there are many White preachers going around twisting the bible so that it will fit their most ardent wish, until they come to the strange conclusion that we, the White people, are the “real” children of Israel. They go to great lengths to invent and contrive explanations of how the Germans are descendants of Judah; the Americans are descendants of the tribe of Manasseh; Great Britain the tribe of Ephraim; Spain, the tribe of Simeon; and so on down the Jewish line. What colossal nonsense! Just a little bit of common sense would tell us that the American people, who are a mixture of many European races (and others), could not possibly be designated as being the “pure” descendants of Manasseh or anybody else.
Not only that, but when we study the kind of character, for instance, Judah was, the question is: who would want to be a descendant of Judah? What White person in their right mind would want to be the descendant of any of this treacherous tribe? In fact, most White people would rather be the descendants of a horse thief than be a descendant of Judah after reading all the treacherous and lecherous details of his life as set forth in the “Good Book” itself.
The Story of Judah
Genesis 38 is subtitled “Judah’s Household Troubles.” It tells more about Judah than any other chapter in the bible. It is a rather lurid story. In fact, it is rather pornographic and would do credit to such present day Jewish pornographers as Ralph Ginsberg.
The story starts out with Judah leaving his brethren and going to a certain Adullamite whose name is Hirah. There Judah saw a daughter of a certain Canaanite whose name was Shuah. “And he took her and went into her.” Just like that. It doesn’t say anything about him marrying her.
In any case, they had three sons. The first born was called Er.
The story then evidently skips a generation of time and says that “Judah took a wife for Er, his first born, whose name was Tamar.” However, Er evidently was wicked in the sight of the Lord and the Lord slew him. Judah then went to his second son who was called Onan, and said to him, “Go into thy brother’s wife and marry her, raise up seed by thy brother.” Onan didn’t like the idea too well, but in an attempt to obey his father “when he went into his brother’s wife, he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.”
This evidently also displeased the Lord, and he thereupon slew Onan, Judah’s second son. (The Lord evidently didn’t fool around — they displeased him — he slew them, it says.)
Judah then went to Tamar, his daughter-in-law, and told her to remain a widow at her father’s house till his third son, Shelah, was grown. Tamar did as she was told and went to live in her father’s house.
Time passed on, and Shuah, Judah’s wife, died. Then Judah, with his old friend Hirah, the Adullamite, went to his sheepshearers to a place called Timnath. This is where Tamar had resided all these years during her widowhood. We will remember that the Lord had slain both her husbands, Er and Onan, who had respectively been the first and second sons of Judah.
When Tamar heard that Judah was coming to visit her area, she put her widow’s garments away and covered herself with a veil, and wrapped herself, and sat in an open place by the road. In the meantime, Judah had apparently forgotten about his promise to give to Tamar his third son when he was grown. Anyway, Tamar was waiting for Judah on the side of the road with her face veiled.
When Judah saw her, he thought she was a common harlot, because she had her face covered. Being a typical Jew and making sure that he took advantage of every opportunity, he propositioned her, without recognizing who she was. Thereupon Tamar asked him “What wilt thou give me, that thou mayest come in unto me?” Judah offered a kid from his flock. Tamar, on the other hand, demanded some kind of pledge until she received the kid and specifically demanded his signet and his bracelets and the staff that was in his hand. Judah complied and “he gave it her, and came in unto her, and she conceived by him.”
Tamar arose, went away, and put back on the garments of her widowhood.
When Judah sent the kid in repayment by means of his friend the Adullamite to receive in return the pledges from the woman, she could not be found. Upon further inquiry about the harlot by the side of the road, he was told that there was no harlot in that place.
About three months later Judah was told that Tamar, his daughter-in-law, had played the role of the harlot and that she was pregnant “by whoredom”. This evidently incensed Judah and he said “bring her forth, and let her be burnt.”
And here we see typical Jewish justice. Judah had been as guilty as his daughter-in-law, but whereas he considered his actions without reproach, she, on the other hand, was to be burned for participating in his debauchery.
When Tamar was brought before Judah she told her father-in-law that he was the one that had gotten her pregnant. She showed him his own signet, bracelets and staff he had given her.
At this point Judah confesses that she had been more righteous than he, because he had not given her his son Shelah. But “he knew her no more” after that.
The story is lurid enough up to this point, but it ends on an even more lurid note as it describes how Tamar gave birth to twins. In fact, it is so disgusting that we refrain from recapitulating it here. You can read the whole story for yourself in Genesis, Chapter 38. It’s all there and it’s part of the “Holy Book” that we are supposed to look up to with such sacred reverence. There are many, many other instances of pornographic stories scattered throughout the Jewish “Holy Book”.
One significant side-light of this story is that twins were born of this sordid affair, namely Pharez and Zarah. If you look up the “proud,” “glorious,” “purebred” ancestry of David, Solomon and Jesus Christ in Matt. 1, you will find they all descended through the whoremonger Judah, and his bastard offspring, Pharez.
The question arises, however, why in the world would anyone want to choose a lecherous whoremonger like Judah to be the champion of his people and the revered and lionized Patriarch of his lineage? Why would the righteous and sin-hating heavenly Father want to pick these kinds of people as the Patriarchs of his “chosen” people? The characteristics of Judah as described in the so-called “Holy Book” consist of nothing but lechery, deceit and treachery. No self-respecting White Man would want to have such a tricky, philandering reprobate for his ancestor. Yet the Jews hold this man up as a great hero in the history of their race and have sold the White people on the idea that his descendants are God’s favored and chosen people. We are told that this scum has finagled for itself a sweetheart arrangement with God. Why millions of White Christians should be gullible enough to believe such bilge-water over these thousands of years is hard to understand.
The Story of David
Whereas the lurid and pornographic story of Judah is not too familiar to the average, church-going, White Christian, most of them are thoroughly familiar with the story of King David.
David is undoubtedly regarded by the Jews as the greatest hero of all, in their long and torturous history. In fact, the very insignia of the Jews is the Star of David.
Most White Christians are fairly familiar with the story of the teenage David who slew Goliath with a sling shot and thereby won an important battle against the Philistines and for the Jews, so it is claimed.
The adult life of David seems to be continually preoccupied with killing and waging war. He is credited probably more than any other character in the Jewish mythology of building up Judea and therewith the Jewish nation. The stories recited in the bible are full of killing, of blood, of murder, and especially racial genocide of the enemies of Israel. Since the Old Testament seems to condone this wholesale slaying, murdering and killing of rival tribes, David doesn’t seem to be too different from many of the other Jewish perpetrators of genocide. In his moral, or shall we say, immoral character, he also seems to run true to form of the Jewish mentality.
In Second Samuel, Chapter 11, we have a story about David’s more private life that reflects on his morals and his character.
David arose from his bed in the evening, so the story goes, and walked upon the roof of the King’s house. From the roof he saw a woman bathing herself. She was evidently rather beautiful. Thereupon David lost no time checking out who she was and found her name was Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, the Hittite. Next “David sent messengers and took her; and she came in unto him, and he lay with her.”
Not too long thereafter Bathsheba broke the news to David that she was pregnant. This worried David somewhat because her husband had been off to wage his wars for him during the last several months, so something had to be done.
He hit upon the idea of sending immediately for Uriah, her husband, so that he could spend some time at home with his wife and David could thereby escape the responsibility of his adultery. However, a little hitch developed. Uriah would not go home to his wife, but being such a dedicated and loyal subject of his “great” King, he slept at the door of the King’s house with all the servants and would not go home.
When this was reported to David, he sent for Uriah, and had a personal conference with him. He urged him to go home to his sweet loving wife and spend some time with her. But evidently all to no effect. Next David pulled a typically Jewish trick and invited him to eat and drink with him and got him roaring drunk, hoping to get Uriah into his own bed with his wife. But all to no avail. Uriah would not go home and he slept in the beds with David’s servants in the King’s quarters.
David then resorted to more drastic measures. He wrote a letter to Joab, who was Uriah’s Commanding General, and had the audacity to send it by messenger through Uriah himself. In the letter he told Joab to put Uriah in the forefront of the hottest battle so that he would be sure to be killed. Joab carried out David’s instructions to the letter. He put him in the suicidal part of the battle, and Uriah, in fact, was killed.
And therewith ends another sleazy, treacherous chapter of a reprobate Jew, whom the Jews to this day hold up as the greatest of all of their kinsmen. The sad part of it is that millions and millions of White people, who should know better, have fallen for the story that David was a great and wonderful “servant of God”.
There are more reprehensible chapters in David’s life and one of them has to do with his immediate offspring.
It seems that David had many wives and many sons. One son’s name was Amnon and another son’s name was Absalom. Amnon had a sister named Tamar.
It seems that Amnon became extremely enamored and infatuated with his sister who was reputedly a virgin. He was determined to have sexual relations with her and so forthwith propositioned her. When she refused and tried to talk him out of it, he contrived to have her abducted and then raped her.
Word of this soon reached her other brother by the name of Absalom, who had a more normal brotherly affection for her. Absalom was so enraged that he forthwith went to Amnon and murdered him. Herewith ends another chapter in the normal life of the chosen people as set forth in the “Holy Book”.
The Jews have not only kept on admiring David through all these thousands of years but recently they made a great movie of the story of David and Bathsheba. The parts, of course, are played by White Gentiles. In the story David is portrayed with great tenderness and the fact that he later seems to repent is portrayed with a great deal of sympathy.
The story in the “Holy Bible” goes on. There is more treachery between David and his son, Absalom.
After Absalom had murdered his brother he fled from the country. Nevertheless, David had a special place in his heart for Absalom and he loved him above all his other sons. He entreated him to come back to Jerusalem.
Absalom coveted David’s throne and after many years, as David was growing older, he conspired to wage war against his father and drive him from the throne. After much maneuvering he gathered an army and set David and the people of Jerusalem to flight. Eventually Joab, who was David’s general, defeated Absalom. In flight, Absalom got hung up by his hair under an oak tree. Joab, when he learned of this, hurried to where Absalom was hanging, still alive, and ran three darts through his heart, and thereby ends the story of Absalom.
Remember, this is all part of the story of the royal house of David, the great King of the Jews, as told in the “Holy Book”.
I ask you, dear White Brothers, you who have a proud and noble heritage, are these kinds of people worthy of anything other than our utter contempt?
The Story of Lot
In Genesis, Chapter 19, we have a rather unsavory story of how Sodom was destroyed, but Lot was saved. In case you might wonder who Lot is, why, he is the nephew of Abraham, that great Patriarch of all Patriarchs of the Jewish race, the one with whom God made a special covenant that he would bless his seed and multiply it like the sands upon the beach. He made a very special sweetheart arrangement with Abraham, so the Jews claim at least, and we will have more about that in another story. Suffice it here to say that Lot was the nephew of Abraham who left Egypt with Abraham and his wife and went south.
Apparently Lot went to live in the city of Sodom, which was a very wicked city, so Chapter 19 says. Evidently God had a very special interest in this Jew Lot also, and he sent two angels to Sodom one evening as Lot sat at the gate of that city. Apparently they were disguised as two men.
Lot invited them to stay in his house overnight. He baked unleavened bread and had a feast with them.
Evidently (and I am following Chapter 19), so this lurid story goes, that when these two strange men came into Lot’s house, it aroused the interest of all those wicked homosexuals that lived in that city to the extent that “The men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both young and old, all the people from every quarter; and they called unto Lot, and said unto him, where are the men which came into thee this night? Bring them out unto us, that we may know them.”
It does seem rather strange that Lot, who was the nephew of this great “chosen” one of God, and who himself had attracted the special interest and blessing of God, should be living in a city that is so overrun with homosexuals that as soon as two strange men come to visit him, the whole city should flock around his house to get at them. Anyway, it seems that Lot kept them out and instead offered them his two daughters to “let me, I pray you, bring them out unto you, and do ye to them as is good in your eyes.”
Can you think of a more depraved and idiotic situation? Can you think of a more irresponsible and abominable father, one who would throw his daughters to a savage gang of deviates, offering them willingly to such a mob?
In any case, there is a lot of hocus-pocus. The mob is smitten with blindness and other things that frustrated their lecherous intentions and the angels are saved from the ravages of the mob of homosexuals.
The “angels” then advise him that the Lord is going to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah and that he had better get out of this wicked place and take his wife, daughters and in-laws with him. He succeeds in taking his wife and his two younger daughters with him, with the rest of them evidently not being convinced and staying in the city. As this small group is on their way out, the Lord rains fire and brimstone on Sodom and Gomorrah.
They are told not to look around as they are leaving. Lot’s wife makes the fatal mistake of doing just that and she is turned into a pillar of salt. Rather a weird and unusual punishment to receive for looking around at a rather catastrophic event behind her, something almost anybody would compulsively do.
However, this bizarre story goes on. Lot and his two daughters went on to dwell up in the mountains, to live in a cave. Here this queer story further continues to expose the depraved and grotesque meanderings of the Jewish mind, as usual, running to pornography.
It seems that his two daughters, thinking that there were no further men available to them on the face of the earth, decided they would play a little trick on their father, so that they would not die without preserving his seed. So it seems the first-born said to the younger one, let’s get our father drunk and then lie with him. This act of incest was evidently completely successful and she jubilantly told her younger sister to do the same thing with her father the next night.
This she did, and both of them conceived. Evidently Lot, however, was blameless in this whole thing, according to the story (if you can believe it) because he was evidently too drunk to know what he was doing with his two daughters. A very improbable story, but this is the way the Jewish “Holy Bible” tells it. Now remember, I did not make this up, it’s all there in Chapter 19 of Genesis.
As the Jews like to tell it, each one of these bastards became the father of a race of people. The first born, having a son by the name of Moab was the father of the Moabites, and the second daughter also had a son, and he was the father of the children of Amnon unto this day. At least, that’s what it says in Genesis 19.
Here we have another glaring example of what kind of people were the Lord’s “chosen”. The Lord evidently did look with great special favor upon Lot as being the finest of the city of Sodom, and being the nephew of that great Patriarch Abraham, the Lord must have approved his getting drunk and committing incest with his two surviving daughters. Or else why did he pick these kinds to be his “chosen”?
How anybody can hold up this kind of a book as being “Holy”; as being the type of trash that we should hold up to our children; as being the “Good Book”; as something we should all study and obtain “wisdom” from, is completely beyond me.
The Story of Abraham
Let us now look at the story of Abraham himself: that great, great Patriarch with whom God was so terribly smitten that he made all kinds of special concessions and sweetheart arrangements over and above all the other people; giving him all kinds of land that had already been settled by other tribes; and all kinds of promises that were extremely far-reaching. Evidently, he must have been regarded as being something extra special, regarded by the Lord as being an extra ordinarily “good man”. Let’s take a look at just how “good” Abraham was and what it was that he did that should earn him such a special preference in the eyes of God.
Again, we find a rather strange and a weird story in which the events certainly do not bear out the idea of the Lord choosing a reprobate like Abraham to warrant all these untold special favors and making him the Patriarch of the “Chosen Race”. If all these things seem unusually bizarre and strange, not to say queer, we should remember that this is the story according to the way the Jews tell it, and are really only the reflections of the innermost meanderings of the collective perverted Jewish mind.
In Genesis 6:12, God was impelled (for reasons unknown) to make a special call on Abram. (He started out with the name of Abram.) The Lord makes some rather extravagant, magnanimous, and far-reaching promises to Abram. Why he should pick this fellow is hard to understand, but anyway, this is what the Jewish Bible tells us in Chapter 12, “And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.” And in the previous verse, “I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing.” When we look at some of the rather shady and immoral activities this character Abram carried off, we find it rather hard to believe that God, of all people, should choose this particular sleazy reprobate. However, we have to remember that this is the story the Jewish Bible tells us, written by the Jews, and for the benefit of the Jews.
It evidently makes a good story for them. On the basis of this covenant they have formed the powerful society called the B’nai B’rith, which means “The Sons of the Covenant”. If we are to believe this story, then the Jews are specially blessed and chosen by the Lord, and we are on the outside looking in. According to the Jews, they are the blessed ones and the rest of us are just plain Goyim, a bunch of cattle, who are there to be robbed and looted and exploited. Whereas this might be a good story for the Jews, it is a little more than idiotic for the White Race to fall for this kind of trash, and be subjugated and subdued into such submissive thinking.
Anyway, to look a little further into the story of what kind of a fellow Abraham was, we find that Abram took Sarai (these were their names before the Lord changed them) for his wife, and they and Lot and some more of that tribe moved on to Canaan. An interesting side note is the fact that Sarah (or Sarai) was Abraham’s (or Abram’s) half-sister, being the daughter of his father. Yet in Leviticus 20:17, the Lord lays down the law to Moses: “And if a man shall take his sister, his father’s daughter, or his mother’s daughter, and see her nakedness; it is a wicked thing; and they shall be cut off in the sight of their people.” That’s the law laid down by the Lord, and at the same time he picks this very kind of a pair to be the progenitors of his “Chosen People”. Some Jewish story!
To continue the story — evidently the pickings weren’t too good in Canaan and they were faced with famine. Abram and his wife then went to Egypt, where evidently the pickings looked better. He had a little scheme up his sleeve. It says that his wife was a real good-looking woman and he was going to cash in on this fact. He planned to palm off his wife (and sister) as a whore to the Egyptian Pharaoh for profit. Normally, this would make him a pimp and her a whore.
He, therefore, told his wife that when they got to Egypt they were to pretend that they are not man and wife, but that she was his sister. When they arrived in Egypt, the Egyptians agreed with him that she was a pretty good-looker. The Princes of Pharaoh saw her and recommended her to the Pharaoh himself. She was forthwith taken to the Pharaoh and he evidently fell for her. It next says, Genesis 12:16, “And he entreated Abram well for her sake: and he had sheep, and oxen, and he asses, and menservants, and maidservants, and camels.”
So we see that Abraham with his sleazy act of passing off his good-looking wife to the Pharaoh was cashing in pretty handsomely and had conned the Pharaoh out of wealth and property. In ordinary language, this would be called pimping or pandering.
Now a strange thing happens. Our just and righteous God, who had the sweetheart arrangement with Abraham, instead of chastising him for pulling such a depraved and deceitful con game on the Pharaoh, on the contrary, heaped upon the Pharaoh and his house all kinds of nasty plagues. Evidently in all his righteousness this was supposed to be a lesson to the Pharaoh not to play around with Abram’s wife, when in fact, Abram had deceitfully offered her to him as a sister. Anyway, it seems that the Pharaoh found out it was his wife and rebuked Abram for deceiving him. He sent both of them on their way, Abram evidently taking all his ill-begotten loot with him, for it says at the beginning of Genesis 13, “And Abram went up out of Egypt, he, and his wife, and all that he had, and Lot with him into the south. And Abram was very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold.”
Pretty good pickings for a panderer that had arrived there strictly from hunger.
Here we have a typical Jewish trick, Abram stoops to pawn off his wife like a prostitute to the Pharaoh, deceiving him that she was only his sister. He cashes in with a lot of loot and then he and his Jewish God blame the Pharaoh for being the villain. As usual, the Jews get driven out, but they take with them all the loot that they have swindled from the Pharaoh. The Pharaoh, according to this Jewish story, is cursed and our tricky little hero, Abram, is blessed. It further says that “Lot also went with Abram and had flocks and herds and tents.” Remember they went to Egypt starving and strictly empty handed and here they leave after their skullduggery, trickery and deceit with all kinds of gold and silver, flocks and herds and tents, having executed a successful pimping operation.
Abram had no sooner left Egypt, but he built an altar to the Lord and called upon the name of the Lord. Having done that, as usually happens among thieves, there was a falling out between Lot and his herdsmen and Abram and his herdsmen. Having escaped with their ill-begotten loot, they decided to split up and part company.
The story goes on and on. The Lord having this special sweetheart arrangement with Abram, named him Abraham and Sarai was renamed Sarah. However, a small obstacle developed to Abram’s becoming the father of a nation whose numbers would be as great as the stars in the heavens. It seems that his wife, Sarah, was barren. So when Abraham was in his eighties, Sarah proposed to him that he should go into her maid by the name of Hagar, which he did, and she conceived.
At this point it seems that Sarah had a change of heart and drove Hagar from the household. Then we have some hocus-pocus about the angel of the Lord appearing to Hagar and induced her to return to the house and Hagar bore a son by the name of Ishmael, to Abraham. He was 86 years old at this time.
We should be done with this lurid story, but it continues. Again I want to remind the reader that I am not making up this fantastic story. It is all in Genesis, chapters 20-25.
After we get through with the lurid story of Lot and his daughters in Genesis 19, the story of Abram, now renamed Abraham, is picked up again in Chapter 20. I should add that in Genesis 18 God renewed his binding covenant with Abraham, and for reasons hard to understand, heaped further extravagant promises of land and kingdoms and nations upon him, although in man’s judgment, Abraham would by now have revealed himself to be a scoundrel, a pimp, and a con-man, not to mention his whore-mongering with his maid. In any case, God promised him when he was 99 years old and his wife Sarah (who at this stage was 90 years old and had evidently not only been barren all these years, but was long past her child bearing stage), that next year they were going to have a son and he was going to be called Isaac. It was this son that was going to be the patriarch of the coming Chosen Race.
To continue to Chapter 20. Whereas before it seems it had been established that Abraham had lived in the land of Canaan and had all this wealth that he had apparently swindled from the King of Egypt, we now find him journeying from “thence toward the south country” wherever that is, and “sojourned in Gerar”. Since this is two chapters after God had already told them that they are going to have their son Isaac and since evidently they are past the age of 99 and 90 respectively, Abraham and his partner in the con-game, Sarah, approached the King of Gerar. They pulled this same “sister” trick again that they pulled on the King of Egypt. Anyway, according to the Jewish scriptwriters, it says, “And Abimelech, King of Gerar, sent and took Sarah.” Why any King would be smitten by a Jewish hag who is at least 90 years old and evidently pregnant with Isaac, is rather hazy, but anyway, this is what it says in Chapter 20. Can you imagine anything more ridiculous?
Now you would think that our righteous Jewish God, as described by these same Jewish scriptwriters, would be very angry with Abraham and Sarah for pulling such a sleazy, dirty trick again and again. But no. Instead it says God came to Abimelech in a dream by night, and said to him, “Behold, thou art but a dead man, for the woman which thou hast taken; for she is a man’s wife.”
Notice the double standards. When, for instance, David knowingly took another man’s wife and had her husband murdered, he received no such dire threats. In the case of Abraham and Sarah who were the real scoundrels in this con-game, and played the role of pimp and prostitute respectively, it was not they who were reproved, but King Abimelech. Not only was God going to punish King Abimelech for unknowingly taking Sarah for his wife, whom, after all, Abraham had offered to him as his sister, but he was also going to punish all the other people in Abimelech’s household, his servants and who knows how many more. Not only that, but the rest of the people of his kingdom were going to be sterile and it says, “The Lord had fast closed up all the wombs of the house of Abimelech, because of Sarah, Abraham’s wife.”
Again I want to remind the reader that I am not making up this idiotic story. It is all there in the 20th chapter of Genesis. In any case, to continue this bizarre story, not only did Abimelech, who is now scared to death of Abraham’s God, give back his wife Sarah to Abraham, but furthermore it says, “Abimelech took sheep, and oxen, and men-servants, and women-servants, and gave them unto Abraham, and restored him Sarah, his wife.” That wasn’t the end of the King’s generosity to Abraham for having pulled a nasty, dirty, shameful trick on him. It also says further, “Behold, my land is before thee: dwell where it pleaseth thee.” So evidently he also gave him his land for his conniving. And he further said to Sarah that he had given her brother, Abraham, a thousand pieces of silver as an extra bonus.
Where does this brother act come from? When Abimelech takes Abraham to task for being so deceitful and tricky, Abraham explains that if he hadn’t pulled that trick he would probably have been killed “for his wife’s sake,” which is really a silly argument, because he didn’t have to come there in the first place. But then he goes on to explain that Sarah was indeed his sister; “She is the daughter of my father, but not the daughter of my mother.” So here we evidently have Abraham and Sarah indulging in incest, in pimping and in prostitution, but God was really overjoyed with their “goodness”.
There is much more, but let me just add that in Genesis 25:6, it mentions that after Sarah died, Abraham had a number of concubines and a number of sons by them. He got rid of these sons, however, gave them a few gifts and sent them on their way, reserving all his stolen wealth for his favorite son, Isaac.
So here we further see the amazingly perverted morals of these Jews: we find that Abraham indulges in incest and marries his half-sister, and his nephew Lot gets drunk and fornicates with his own daughters.
These are the kind of people that the Jews hold up to us as being the greatest patriarchs of their race and those specially “chosen” by God, and “beloved” by God. Because they were such “fine” people he just lavished all kinds of extravagant promises upon them. All I can say is it reminds me of General Grant’s remark that anybody stupid enough to believe that would believe anything.
We are not going to take up any more space with the story of this conniving and morally depraved reprobate and pimp. There is much more, but certainly as far as I am concerned this would suffice that I would be ashamed to have this kind of a depraved profligate as the patriarch of my family line. Nevertheless, this is the kind of trash that we are being fed. It is the basis of that great and “blessed” Jewish race with whom God made a special sweetheart arrangement and a special covenant, “to bless them that bless thee and curse him that curseth thee.” I can’t understand anyone worshipping and regarding holy this kind of trash, and I reject it in total as being the depraved ravings of the collective Jewish mind, and certainly unworthy of the respect and reverence of the noble White Race.
The Story of Isaac
There follows a long cock-and-bull story about how Isaac obtained his wife, Rebecca, and that Abraham finally died at the age of 175. In Genesis 26, we then have a strange replay of the tricks that Abraham pulled about passing his wife off to King Abimelech of Gerar, with Isaac playing the con man. However, the time schedule doesn’t seem to fit the picture unless one again is willing to believe just about anything.
If we figure back that Isaac was born at the time Abraham was 100 years old and that Abraham died at the age of 175, it seems very strange that Isaac could now, after Abraham was dead, go to the same King Abimelech of Gerar, who would be long dead by this time. Like his conniving father Abraham, he too told the King that his wife Rebecca was his sister. She, too, being fair to look upon, Isaac gave the excuse that if he didn’t lie about her that he too might be killed. Again we come to the question: why then did he bring her there in the first place? Be that as it may, after he had been there a long time, King Abimelech looked out the window and saw that Isaac was sporting Rebecca, whom he believed to be his, the King’s, wife.
In any case, we have a similar re-play. The King is very much upset about being deceived, and you would think that if Isaac had been in danger of being killed as he claimed he was (had he been honest) the King would certainly have had as good a reason to kill him now for being dishonest. However, he didn’t do that.
Strangely, instead we find that Isaac was sowing his land and received in the same year a hundred fold. The Lord again was blessing him and it says next “the man waxed great, and went forward, and grew until he became very great: For he had possession of flocks, and possession of herds, and great store of servants.” It says in the beginning of Chapter 26 of Genesis that Isaac came there because there was again famine in the land. So it seems rather odd that he could come to the same King Abimelech of Gerar, arrive there strictly from hunger, pull this same trick about his wife being his sister, and again, like his father, end up with possession of a lot of land, great herds and great flocks and a store of servants. With all this loot in hand King Abimelech then again sent him on his way. Of course, if we add up all these years undoubtedly King Abimelech must have been completely senile from old age, having reigned at least some 80 or 90 years.
Like father, like son. Here we have the first two generations of “the chosen” (by God) engaged in whoring and procuring, in pimping and pandering as the basis of deriving their loot. Abraham and Sarah, according to the story, played the roles of pimp and whore, respectively, not only once, but at two major periods of their lives. Isaac and Rebecca, too, followed the route of indulging in pandering and whoredom as a means of livelihood.
Pimps and whores — this is the sleazy foundation on which the Jewish race was built. And we are supposed to believe that this is the kind of scum God was so wildly infatuated with to make them his favorites, his “special people”.
No matter how you look at it, it is a ridiculous story. But that again is the way the Jewish scriptwriters wrote it and millions of people believe this trash and drool over it with reverence and awe.
The Story of Jacob
It seems that Isaac then moved on to parts unknown and Rebecca had twin sons named Esau and Jacob. Evidently this already happened before the caper with King Abimelech. In any case, God renewed his covenant with Isaac and told his wife that of the twins that were in her womb, the first-born shall be served by the younger.
As Isaac grew old and his eyes grew dim and he was about to die, he arranged to give his blessing to Esau, the first-born. Rebecca, hearing of this, got together with Jacob, her favorite, and connived to beat Esau out of his blessing. We have all heard the story of how Rebecca then took some goatskins and put them on Jacob’s hands and his neck (since Esau was a hairy character) and how Jacob went to his blind father and lied to him.
Isaac, suspecting that it might not be Esau since his voice sounded like Jacob’s, felt his hands and neck and fell for the ruse and gave the blessing to Jacob instead. So here we see another example of a lying Jew deceiving his dying blind father and beating his own brother out of his birthright.
Jacob soon thereafter married two daughters of a man by the name of Laban, also related to Abraham. A lot of hocus-pocus and finagling went on before this marriage was settled, but the conniving Jacob, before long, beat his father-in-law out of herds and flocks. As so often happens to swindling Jews, we find Jacob fleeing before the wrath of Laban, with Laban in hot pursuit.
According to this long drawn out story that the Jews have given us, it is from the 12 sons of Jacob by his two wives, Leah and Rachael, that the whole tribe of Judah owes its existence. All I can say if this is true, then they have some real sorry swindling ancestors upon which their foundation is supposed to rest.
It seems very strange, very odd, and very unlikely indeed that a supernatural being from outer space would make such far reaching and extravagant agreements and covenants with a motley crew of swindlers and con-men, adulterers, pimps, prostitutes, and thieves, as are described in these various chapters of Genesis.
I don’t believe all this trash for one minute. Much more plausible are the Egyptian histories that tell about the Jews being a bunch of cutthroats and thieves from way back. This, I believe, is much more in line with the facts of history.
That these con-artists then wrote themselves a complicated history and mythology around which to unite their band of thieves seems much more likely. Invoking then the blessing of their God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and claiming that they had a special covenant, no matter how treacherous and murderous and thieving they were, that God was always with them, helped not only to tie this band of thieves together, but also helped to confuse and confound their enemies. It helped pave the way for the exploitation and the appropriation of the properties of the peoples whom they then further victimized. As a prime example of how they deceived, exploited, and then destroyed nations, let us refer to the story of Esther, recited later in this book.
The Story of King Solomon
We now turn to the first book of the Kings which tells the story of King Solomon, whom, as we all have heard a thousand times over, has been so highly touted as being the wisest and noblest of kings. In fact, the Jews have boasted over and over again of what a wise man Solomon was, of the wisdom of Solomon, and on and on, until we are practically lead to believe that he invented the idea of wisdom.
From reading the story of this lustful Jewish derelict with 700 wives and 300 concubines at his disposal, it seems that his claim to fame is based on one rather unimportant incident. When at the beginning of his reign two prostitutes (probably some of his own) came before him, each claiming the possession of a child, he ordered the child to be sliced in half with the sword and each woman be given half the child. Whereupon, as we all know, the first woman relinquished the child to the other in order to save its life and Solomon awarded the child to the first woman.
However, I can find very little in his whole story that indicates he had any great wisdom. In fact, the total story indicates, to the contrary, that he was a treacherous, murderous, lecherous and lustful man, greedy for gold and treasure, and acquiring as many whores, wives and concubines of all creeds as he could possibly lay his hands on. In other words he was a typical Jew.
In the beginning of The First Book of the Kings it tells of David becoming old and stricken in years. David felt cold, it says “but he gat no heat.” Whereupon his servants went out scouting to find him the finest looking virgin that they could possibly get and “let her stand before the King and let her cherish him, and let her lie in thy bosom, that my Lord the King may get heat.” They searched throughout all the coasts of Israel and found a fair damsel by the name of Abishag, the Shunamite, and brought her to the King. She thereupon duly tried to do her duty.
Evidently it didn’t have too much effect on the old codger, for he became more feeble day by day. At this point his son Adonijah claimed the throne and “prepared his chariots and horsemen, and fifty men to run before him.” Most of the high priests and other important ministers supported Adonijah and everything seemed to be going pretty well for him. He was the legitimate heir to the throne.
However, we will remember from the story of David and Bathsheba that the whore- mongering old King David had an adulterous affair with the wife of Uriah, got her pregnant, and sent Uriah, who had been tremendously faithful to his King, into the thick of battle to be killed. The product of this sordid and illegitimate affair was Solomon. It seems the Jews have a penchant for making the illegitimate and the lurid later come to life as the exalted and highly touted leaders of their race. And so it was with Solomon.
After Adonijah had become King, it seems that the prophet Nathan went to Bathsheba and had her prevail upon the aging King David. Bathsheba went into the King’s chamber while Abishag the Shunamite was ministering unto the King and “Bathsheba bowed, and did obeisance unto the King.” She reminded the old codger he had promised her that her son, Solomon, would reign after him and now Adonijah sat on the throne. David, in this case being true to his concubine, and being half out of his mind with feebleness and old age, got all wrought up and assured Bathsheba that Solomon, her son, would reign after him.
After much Jewish finagling and conniving it did come to pass that Solomon, not Adonijah, inherited the throne of Israel.
When this became an established fact, Adonijah was afraid for his life and the lives of his followers, for good reason, and asked for mercy. King Solomon assured his half-brother that if he would show himself to be a worthy man there would not be a hair on his head touched. They then brought Adonijah before Solomon, who bowed to his king and Solomon said unto him “Go to thine house”. For the time being, this seemed fair enough.
Not too long after that King David died. Before passing to the great Jewish beyond, he called Solomon in and charged him with the following: “Keep the charge of the Lord thy God, to walk in his ways, to keep his statutes, and his commandments, and his judgments, and his testimonies as it is written in the law of Moses.”
Soon after David had died and Solomon sat upon the throne of his father, Adonijah the son of Haggith, came to Bathsheba, the mother of Solomon. He, too, wanted her to ask a favour of the king, which was now King Solomon. After much haranguing he admitted that he would like to have her petition the king that he, Adonijah, might marry Abishag, the Shunammite, who, we remember, was the fair damsel that was procured to warm up the aging King David.
Bathsheba did go to her son and ask this favor for Adonijah. Solomon evidently flew into a rage at this, for apparently he wanted to keep this bed-warmer for himself. Invoking the name of the Lord he said “now therefore as the Lord liveth,…Adonijah shall be put to death this day.” He thereupon duly dispatched his executioner and had him slay his half-brother Adonijah. This was one of the first and early acts of our newly crowned King Solomon, that great, wise and beloved king of whom the Jews are so proud.
Evidently slaying his half-brother for a trifling reason was no problem at all to King Solomon. He next slew some of the priests and military captains that had surrounded the court of his father and had favored his half-brother Adonijah.
The next “wise” thing that Solomon did was to take the daughter of Pharaoh, the King of Egypt, for his wife. We hear so much garbage about how the Israelites kept their race pure, but we continually read about how they are taking an Egyptian’s daughter for their wife or daughters of every other conceivable tribe. This we read again and again throughout the Old Testament. In any case, this was only a small beginning of a long parade of wives, of all kinds, of all different nationalities, that Solomon dragged into his court to make up his harem of some 700 wives and 300 concubines. He was certainly a busy boy.
We then come to Chapter 3 where it says very piously “and Solomon loved the Lord, walking in the statutes of David his father.” Evidently the treacherous slaying of his own half-brother didn’t faze the Lord very much, because he soon appeared before Solomon in a dream and asked Solomon “Ask what I shall give thee.” A blank check from the Lord.
Solomon asked for wisdom. “And the speech pleased the Lord, that Solomon had asked this thing.” He forthwith made a sweetheart arrangement with Solomon because he was so pleased with this man. The Lord said to him “Lo I have given thee a wise and an understanding heart: so that there was none like thee before thee, nor after thee shall any arise like unto thee.”
Let us now read on further and see how wise the Lord was in conferring this great gift upon his humble servant King Solomon, and how faithful this humble servant was in carrying on with the tremendous amount of wisdom that he had been given by the Lord. Since he has been touted all these thousands of years as the wisest man that ever lived, let us look closely.
We will now skip many pages and chapters about how Solomon built the great Jewish temple, which was lined with gold covered walls and the whole house was overlaid with pure gold. In fact, the whole thing was just a Jewish dream of opulence that could only be exceeded by the New Jerusalem as described in the last chapter of the Revelation.
Evidently this building of the temple pleased the Lord a great deal for he appeared to Solomon the second time and said unto him “I have heard thy prayer and thy supplication, that thou hast made before me: I have hallowed this house, which thou hast built, to put my name forever: and mine eyes and mine heart shall be there perpetually.” The Lord was evidently all with him. The Lord overlooked all of Solomon’s whores and concubines. Let’s see what he did next.
Over his 40 year reign Solomon evidently gathered together all the riches and precious stones and gold and silver that he could possibly lay his hands on. His court was the most lavish and extravagant that Israel had ever seen and even the Queen of Sheba came to visit him to see if it was really as great as it had been advertised. She was evidently fully convinced and left him a lot of precious gifts to further enhance his holdings.
Not only did Solomon collect a lot of wealth and gold, but he evidently started in collecting a vast harem of women for his amusement. In Chapter 11 it says “But King Solomon loved many strange women, together with the daughter of Pharaoh, women of the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Zidonians, and Hittites; and he had 700 wives, princesses, and 300 concubines: and his wives turned away his heart.”
Now evidently the Lord didn’t hold it against him that he had all these women and concubines in his harem, but the thing that the Lord was very displeased about was that he was taking women from all these foreign tribes and they were evidently strange women. This was contrary to the law the Lord had lain down to the Israelites, namely to keep their race pure. Not only did he take in all these strange women, but the next thing we know we find that he also began worshipping their Gods, and in Kings 11:33 we find he worshipped “Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Zidonians, Chemosh the god of the Moabites, and Milcom the god of the children of Ammon.”
For such a wise king who was supposed to have a monopoly on all the wisdom of the world and who now had the benefits of 40 years’ experience as a reigning king, this seems like a rather stupid thing to do. In fact, after reading all these pages of his perambulations and antics, we can hardly detect where he showed such great wisdom, if, in fact, any at all. In any case, God must have been grievously deceived by this “great king” upon whom he had presumably heaped such a great deal of wisdom, so he was going to punish him for it.
He did so in a rather strange way.
He was going to bring his kingdom down in ruin, but not while Solomon lived, but rather when one of his sons would be reigning after his death. This should be a real good lesson to this wisest of all men that ever lived. Let him have his lavish court, let him have all the wealth and gold and silver and pomp and luxury; let him have his seven hundred wives and 300 concubines; let him worship strange gods and forget all his vows; but we’ll get even with him. We’ll punish his son when he gets to be king. How do you like that?
Now I didn’t make up this story. It is all there, written in the “Holy Book” in I Kings, set down in all its lurid detail. And thus ends the story of another of the “great” patriarchs of Jewish History, King Solomon himself, as told by the Jews in the Old Testament.