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    OK I go to a splinter denomination Episcopal church that is “diversifying.” Mostly non-whites don’t like our style of worship, but the church needed a building permit for their little parish school from the city and hired a consultant who told them to show more diversity so now they dedicate a portion of their yearly fundraiser for a Syrian refugee family and “hope to expand” the program. I could go on and on about the “nice” anti-whiteness that goes on around there. It was always there but it has become worse and naturally bothers me more now. Anyway at anytime they can slip in something I find offensive to a sermon or Sunday School lesson and they are definitely not looking for a dialogue. So I have compiled a list of bishops and rectors of allied churches and am going to start sending them an email every week. Who knows if it will get through? Maybe at least a church secretary will see it. I may expand the list to junior clergy later. It is from an anonymous email account. Pressure from below.

    I figure to send the Mantra, a mini-mantra an image, a youtube video… I’ll start out positively anyway.

    “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it” – Upton Sinclair


    The Christian church was the moral and spiritual building block upon which our culture and civilization was based. Without Christianity the Western spirit would not have flourished. But today it has become an anathema to anything white and preaches diversity and integration and multiculturalism (all forms of White Genocide).
    I do not think even ONE church exists today that would be against race mixing or forced integration and most accept eagerly the flood of non-white immigrants pouring into ALL white countries as future parishoner …with little comphrension of the cost.

    Wuntz Moore

    Cat, good for you! Let us know how it goes.


    So far, two have written me politely asking to be removed from the list, which I did. One answered that he would pray that I be relieved from fear, and 91 blocked me.

    I’ll send a few more. Then I think I will compile a list of pastors associated with Faithful Word Baptist Church. I have listened to his preaching and thought it was ok but then Trump ran for president and his egalitarian leanings showed through bigly and I stopped. I noticed that while he himself has a large white family he promotes racial mixing and has presided over mixed race marriages and any young girl going to his church (or the various spinoffs) will be intellectually defenseless when hit on by a nice clean cut non-white church member.


    Bob’s thoughts on Wordism and Christians TODAY:

    “… one of the reasons I watch out for Wordism. A person whose morality is in a book may read another book, suddenly decide he has misinterpreted the one he already worships, as Bob Jones Ill (chancellor of Bob Jones University) declared when he abandoned the Confederate flag at just the right time financially.” –Bob Whitaker

    Aside: Bob Jones “Christian” University also regained its federal tax-exempt status, more than three decades after the IRS stripped its nonprofit status, for its refusal to allow INTERRACIAL dating or marriage among students, staff or faculty of the university, a rule it abandoned … (after praying and reading the Bible convinced the Universities “spiritual” leaders to ACCEPT WhiteGenocide as a financially expedient alternative).

    “Confederate flag flap and interracial marriage is full of miracles or coincidences. Governor Beasley’s advisors and conventional wisdom told him he had to keep the Confederate flag vote until November of 1998 in order to win reelection. He then had to get rid of that pro-Confederate flag position, because lo and behold! … Beasley (Governor of South Carolina) said he spent the night on his knees before the Baptist Convention and the Lord Jehovah told him to change his position on the flag!” –Bob Whitaker

    “Remember, Wordist have no loyalty to you or yours whatsoever. To anything but his words, be they a set of books or Mommy Professor or a single book, he is a psychopath. Like a sociopath, his word means nothing.” –Bob Whitaker

    The Word is everything, HIS word (the Wordist) is nothing.


    That wordism stuff makes me sad, because it is true. Which is why the church is now a vector of attack. Thank the Lord, my aunt told me the story about how in the desegregation wars, some Negroes tried to come to her Methodist church in Beaufort South Carolina and the deacons met them on the church steps and turned them away, “This church is segregated.” They were not there to worship, they were there to make a political statement, obviously. It saved the church for a generation, but it is being infiltrated now. I think you can add Mormons to the sellout and of course most of the Christian church.

    Well, I believe in Jesus but not the corrupted church, which is pretty treacherous territory, mentally and personally.

    So, I got a response from a few more of these guys wanting to be off the list, and even captured their “private” email address (where the official one had been forwarded, I guess) which I will save for some future operation.

    A Bishop emailed me to take the whole gang off the list so I will comply. He tried to give me a Bible lesson on Gal 2:28 so I sent him back a correct interpretation, and called him a dimwit for effect.

    And also this link, advising him he won’t have those pesky white people around to pester him much longer,


    Galatians 3:28 New International Version (NIV)
    28 There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

    I can see where the (LGBT and Judeochristian) Wordist communities could use this passage to justify many of their present day perversions.(joking)
    The passage, in my opinion, means: in the eyes of Christ all who believe in him are judged or looked upon the same. It has nothing to do with how people live and interact within a worldly community; after all St. Paul tells slaves to behave themselves and writes explicitly about the different roles given to men and to women.

    Cat, your research only reinforces for me what Bob has said about institutions. “All institutions TODAY (including “Christian” churches) are anti-white.”

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