(This essay should be prominently displayed at every Holocaust memorial and camps, in order that the truth may be shown in contrast to the many lies and deceptions that everyone else promotes, especially of the Jews themselves.)

(When you were in those death-camps you even had the nerve to pray to God.   Shame on you for doing so,  since you should have considered the first chapter in the book of Proverbs verses 24 through 33.)

  1. When someone commits suicide shooting himself, it is not his fault, but the gun is the guilty one.  And when a drunk goes speeding killing himself and others upon a road, it is the road that is at fault.  So is the mentality of this corrupt generation currently inhabiting the earth.

  2. In looking at the Jews they always make me angry acting as though they were religious towards God while in all their doings they make a mockery of God and of His statutes.  But when I look upon the Gentiles the same is true.   

  3. And so what is the difference?  Why should I be angry with the Israelites, and not even more so with the Gentiles?  This web-page however will be a thorn in the eyes of the many Israelites, since it proclaims the truth regarding them.  O if I could find even a single Israelite to know and understand the truth!

  4.   Why for the last two thousand years were the Israelites under persecution and hated?  And why the holocaust of late?  When one asks these questions one might also ask why of late the return of the Israelites to their homeland? 

  5. In asking these questions I have as yet to hear a truthful answer, I have as yet to hear anyone with any knowledge of the truth. Without reservation nearly everyone that gives an answer shows his or her ignorance in any understanding of these things.

  6. Allow me to quote a few words:  "Between the 250 CE and 1948 CE – a period of almost 2 millenniums, Jews have experienced more than 80 expulsions from different countries in Europe – an average of nearly one expulsion every 2 decades. Jews were expelled from England, France, Austria, Germany, Lithuania, Spain, Portugal, Bohemia, Moravia and 71 other countries.

  7. But, the question is, why the Jews? What’s with them that they are being hated so much? Generations after generations of prejudice. What did they do to deserve such punishments?

  8. Historians have classified some explanations as to why people hate the Jews.  They say it first began with ancient Hebrew attitudes and beliefs in which they say the Jews arrogantly claimed that they are God’s “chosen people” and everyone else are “gentiles”. (One who is not of the Jewish faith, a Christian, a Pagan or a Heathen)

  9. In other words, the Jews from very early times began to think of themselves as better than everyone else and began to separate themselves from the rest of civilization. Everyone hates people who think of themselves as perfect."

  10. An uneducated person to speak these words, and for part of it quite mis-fitting. It was not for their attitude of being a chosen people, but rather for being God's chosen.  And as for thinking themselves perfect or correct in opposition to the Pagans, that is so with everyone that believes in God and that keeps His word.

  11. It was for that reason that Christ was nailed upon the cross, and why all the righteous sons of God were killed since that day, all because they "were" righteous and testified of the truth within them.  The thing most hated by the nations is the truth, namely the truth that emanates from God.

  12. I am hated because I speak the truth, the word of God, and the reason why no-one in any writing comes close to the truth in relating an answer to the above questions is, because they are of the world and it is natural in them to hate the truth. 

  13. Wherefore they fail to pronounce it, and find alternate means, namely anything but the truth, since the truth would convict them of their own wickedness, condemning their own selves.

  14. And as for the Jews to separate themselves from the rest of civilization, it was not for thinking themselves better, but for the commandment of God, to be kosher, meaning not to associate themselves with the wicked

  15. The worldly people then look at it as if these persons think themselves better than them. But it is to keep themselves unstained from the filth of the world. It is to keep to the word of God as He said "Not to associate with the wicked." Or in literal words; "Not to consume the meat of those that do not clove the foot."

  16. And for another quotation of someone:  "Many perhaps are not aware that even before Hitler came on the scene, Europe carried a dark history of persecution of Jews. The Diaspora faced same treatment in every corner of the Europe. 

  17. They were treated as outcast, many a times, not being allowed to stay within town limits. Many a times they were summarily executed too. What was the reason? What made them the objects of hatred?

  18. The popes had a very wrong understanding of the role of Jews in the death of Jesus. That Jesus was killed by the Jews, was because Jesus took birth in that community. They failed to see that through Jesus' death, God wanted to show the wicked nature of the mankind in general. Even the community in which the popes lived too would have killed Jesus had he been born among them."

  19. It is not only that these popes and their people would have, but these are still doing so, each and every day murdering the Christ, and all that believe upon Him.  Since quite clearly they mean to destroy all of Christianity, and how best to do so than by taking its cloak upon themselves, to empty the vessel of its life giving contents.

  20. And one of the reasons as to why those who complain about Jesus being killed do so, is because of the entrance of the devil into them, since the death of Jesus means a judgment upon them.  Had Christ not been killed they would have free reign with their wicked pursuits.

  21. And quote: "The protestant reformist Martin Luther was a staunch anti-Semitic, out of this same understanding. They failed to see the ransom through God's eyes rather than human. 

  22. Nowhere had the Bible mentioned that the non-Jews were more preferable to God than the Jews, after the death of Jesus."

  23. And: "When cultural and economic pressures ignite, people look for a scapegoat, and the Jews because of their beliefs, always have made themselves an easy scapegoat."

  24. There are some errors here, since it was not by cause of their beliefs that they made themselves scapegoats, but rather because of their unbelief, in not keeping the commandments of their God.  And for more errors I quote:

  25. "The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators."

  26. "People frequently ask why the Jews were the target of the Holocaust or why the Holocaust happened. The first is an easy question to answer. Jews were the targets of the Holocaust because Hitler hated Jews and blamed them for all of the problems in the world."

  27. What a stupid answer:  Since these, as all other nations, should be asking themselves WHY THEY will be the target of God's judgment upon them.  For it is the Jews first, then the remaining nations.

  28. It now was not as such that Hitler hated the Jews, as that spirit of the devil within him to which he gave free entrance, he was after all born of the devil as were a great many of the german and other races, "A vipers-brood" so as my Lord himself called them.

  29.  By God's promise it were the Jews to have the thousand year reign, and to rule over all the nations which is what the devil attempted to prevent since that would also mean his own condemnation.

  30. And still there are many this very day with the same notion stirred up in them by the devil against the reign and blessings of Israel.  Wherefore also by these any excuse, however much of a lie against the Jews, will serve them.

  31. Then there are these silly people that say; "It's a huge question for observant Jews: How can one still believe in a merciful God after suffering through the worst genocide in history." (Proverb 1 -22-33)

  32. O you stupid ones, have you never read the book of Ezekiel? And don't dare tell me that you have, for if you had you would most certainly know why the Lord was so angry with you to deliver you into the hand of these butchers.

  33. And you of all people, a hypocrite, you will call yourself an observant Jew?  From whom did you learn these lies, if not from the devil himself? And how do you expect the Lord will reward you for your lies? Your fate will be with the Germans.

  34. The misfits among men never understood where David said; "Before I was afflicted I went astray, but now I keep Thy word."  Or;  "It is good for me that I was afflicted, that I might learn Thy statutes."

  35. I then will say here and now; that their holocaust was more for a blessing than for a demise upon them.  But who is able to comprehend the wisdom of my speech to know the beginning from the end, and the end from the beginning?

  36. Or that for the survivors of these calamities, their survival may not be to their benefit.  And yes I am speaking in wisdom and in the knowledge of the Most High.   For there is none more compassioned than the Lord God our Father and Creator.

  37. Believe me when I say that these many Jews and Gypsies, as well as POW's that so perished will live again and have great rejoicing, nor will they have to wait long, for their punishment was taken upon them in this world, whereas the many Jews and Gentiles that have yet to see their punishment it will be in sevenfold.


  1. The world of nations thought themselves wiser than Him who made them, and they did not concern themselves for the rules of life by which man was to live.  They had become like unto the prince which the Lord had placed over them, namely Satanael, better known as the devil, who turned them from the affections towards their Creator.

  2. But the Lord had compassion on the race of man.  And by Abraham in a way that seemed impossible for mankind God raised up a son by whom came a people known as the sons and daughters of Jacob, that these might keep His law of life.

  3. These therefore, the sons of Israel having come forth were as the Lord said; "His witnesses."  His special people to serve as a light to all the nations. For the nations are blind wherefore they are in need of God's people that they may have hope for life unto them.

  4. When you have a state, you have a governor to rule it, is that not so?  And if there be a congregation there is a shepherd to lead it, is that not so?  Even so Israel by the design of God is the shepherd to lead all the nations.

  5. A ruler then, even as a shepherd should be above reproach, because he is to lead and to teach.  And it should not be said; "Teacher teach yourself, or at least he should teach himself first.  He therefore that is to teach and apply the law, must first and foremost himself keep the law.   

  6. But Israel as being the chosen one to lead did himself not keep the law that she swore to maintain. And so the Lord said; "Because they have forsaken My law which I set before them, and have not obeyed My voice, or walked in accord with it, but have stubbornly followed their own hearts and have gone after the ba'als as their father's taught them. 

  7. Therefore thus says the God of hosts, the God of Israel: Behold; I will feed this people with wormwood, and give them poisonous water to drink. I will scatter them among the nations whom neither they nor their fathers have known, and I will send the sword after them, until I have consumed them."

  8.   This is the truth, the real reason why the Jews were made a by-word, and persecuted, and reviled.   And they were not only to be depleted of knowledge and understanding, but to be consumed as well.   

  9. And yes the Lord turned against them like an unrelenting enemy handing them over into the hands of the nations that they might be humiliated and consumed, just as He had said that He would do.

  10. And more so: "And they will persecute those who search out the law, and will neglect everything, and perform evil in My sight. And I will hide My face from them, and give them over in the power of the nations to be captive, and for plunder, and to be devoured.   

  11. Stand still now for a moment and contemplate on every word spoken of the Lord.  Many of them that survived the death-camps stopped believing in God, not being able to understand how God could allow these massacres.

  12. "Not understanding God," so they acclaim, whereas they should have said; "How they did not understand themselves - how in so many ways they could have made a mockery of God and of all His statutes?"

  13. And they should rather have considered His mercy -- or His wrath if you will -- in allowing them to survive, for they, as well as them that did die; for all the days of their lives made a mockery of God and of His statutes, and scorning Him in every way by their foul imagination as were it in some religious service to Him.

  14. Like those accursed skullcaps and their so called kosher as if their were something religious in them, while in fact it is nothing more than a mockery against God. With their so called religious practices they are showing themselves to all mankind as some of the most irreligious creatures on earth.

  15. For which reason God gave them into the hands of their enemies. As therefore they beheld the atrocities they should have said; "Like we did to God - so God is doing unto us, - we are deserving of it."

  16. But they would not do so.  The Lord said: "Give heed to the sound of the trumpet! But they said, "We will not give heed."  Therefore the Lord said; 

  17.   "Look O you nations to see what will happen to them!   

  18. And you did see what happened to them. But this is not all since now you nations better look out also to consider what will as yet happen to you O you nations!

  19. And so the Lord continued:  "For I am bringing evil upon this people, the fruit of their devices, because they have not given heed to My words; and as for My law, they have rejected it."  

  20. Those head coverings they wear in their temples is clear evidence of their mockery against God, since it was never so from the beginning, but their wicked priests even in the time of the Maccabees already - taught them to do so.

  21. Therefore so said the Lord; "I will place stumbling blocks before this people, against which they will stumble, fathers and sons, friends, and neighbors stall perish."

  22. Nor is that all that the Lord will do, but as He gave them over to their enemies in these many centuries, and of late into the hands of the German people for a slaughter upon them.  This now O Israel I say to you;  "Because even now you refuse to listen, the rest of the words of the Lord are yet to come upon you."

  23. He said; "Behold, a people is coming from the north country, a great nation is stirring from the farthest parts of the earth. They lay hold on bow and spear, they are cruel and have no mercy, the sound of them is like the roaring sea, they ride upon airplanes and upon tanks ready for battle; against you O daughter of Zion."

  24. Check into history once, how brutal the red army was, raping and butchering not only their enemies but even their own. The soldiers of the red armies were no better than the German Nazis or the SS. And these will be sentenced as the SS will be sentenced.

  25. And as for Stalin, I consider him more of a devil than even Hitler.  As then the offspring of that red army resides in the north and far north, these will as yet be roused to practice a brutality like unto their fathers.

  26. And so by the Lord I say to you;  "O daughter of My people, gird on sackcloth, and roll in ashes; make mourning as for an only son, most bitter lamentation; for suddenly the destroyer will come upon you."

  27. And again elsewhere it is written: "Hark a rumor! Behold it comes! A great commotion out of the north country to make the cities of Judah a desolation, a lair of jackals."  

  28. And you busy yourselves with the Iranians, as if these were a threat. How blind can you be?  Will you not therefore listen O you sons of Jacob, even now while I am speaking to you?

  29. When the Christ was killed by both the Gentiles and the Jews, the Lord said that' "The Jews bore the greater guilt."   And now I say that for the holocaust in the death of these many --  the Jews themselves bear the guilt, while for the brutality of it, the Germans and many other gentiles bear the guilt.

  30. For many of them that survived the death-camps - it was not to their best interest, for unless they confess to my every word as truth - and repent accordingly - they have as yet to receive their reward in the pool of fire.

  31. A great many of those that survived the death-camps took it upon themselves to take revenge, and murdered thousands of persons. These many Jews, whomever they may be, were not a grain better than the SS, or the Nazi themselves.

  32. Nor is there even a grain of knowledge, nor respect, nor integrity within these many.  Their first stupidity of these Jews was to survive, only to become worse than the very beasts of the earth.   

  33. For not only that they suffered in those death-camps of the Germans, but now they are to suffer an even greater torment upon themselves in the pool of fire in which the Most High Judge will cast them.

  34. If any of these had any brains at all, they would have said; "All our life we mocked God and His statutes for which cause He gave us over to be mocked by the Germans.  We therefore are deserving of all that came upon us, and we will not accuse the Germans but rather ourselves.

  35. And if any vengeance  is to be taken by our hand, let us do it to ourselves, for we are the guilty ones, and for our guilt we caused guilt to come upon the Germans as well, since now these must also suffer for our sins against God and man."

  36. But O how ignorant the sons of men are, all of these Jews, and the many that spoke with them and listened to their pervert sense of justice.  I have as yet to find even one, the very first one with any sense of reality within them.

  37. But I must also mention this; that when we say: "The German butchers."  This must be said of every nation, since many of the Jews and of the Dutch, and all other nations were likewise butchers and devils in human form.  

  38. Give the people in any nation a free hand to do as they please, and they in all respects will be sons of the devil, the likes unto what is said of the German race.

  39. Our subject however remains as to why the Jews more than any were persecuted.  And was it not clearly spoken to them: 

  40. "Because I have called, and you refused to listen, I have stretched out My hand, but no-one heeded, and ignored all My counsel, and would have none of my reproof."  Therefore: "I will also laugh at your calamity, and mock you when panic strikes you." 

  41. "Then you will call upon Me, but I will not answer, they will seek Me diligently, but will not find Me, because they hated knowledge, and did not choose the fear of the Lord."  And that my dear reader will come to pass upon every person of any and all nations.

  42. And so when at Auschwitz you were gassed to death, -- the Lord merely laughed at your calamity, -- even as you laughed at His statutes.  

  43. You followed in the footsteps of your parents against which God had warned you.  Therefore He gave you to be eradicated from the earth as He promised you that He would do for the mockery of His name and of His statutes.

  44. Nor is it this very day any different, for of late, in calling upon Israel, it was not me calling upon them, but the Lord Himself. Yet they refused to listen, they would have none of HIS reproof. 

  45. It read in the news:  "The UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, visited the Auschwitz Memorial Site and Museum on November 18. The visit, above all, paid tribute to victims of the camp but also emphasized the importance of the UN work for tolerance, peace and genocide prevention."

  46. You see how utterly stupid the people are, as noted by the part that is underlined.  If you want "tolerance" you were not able to tolerate the hand of God when He gassed you to death.  And for "peace" you seek to be friends with the Germans rather than with God who gave you over to be killed.

  47. By these very words as I quoted, since these most stupid ones should have emphasized how to fear God, by keeping "His" statutes, rather than looking for their ill imagined human solutions.  Since so I vouch to you; God is stronger than all your human solutions, as indeed you "will" learn.

  48. One had the gall to say that I had placed myself up as God, all because I spoke His word. And why then did she not listen?

  49. Therefore when before long the daughters of Israel are raped and beaten, and their infants smashed against the wall, shall not the Lord as well as I also laugh at their calamities?  

  50. Do they think it a light matter to scorn the God that led their forefathers out of Egypt?  Hear then for so it is written, and so it will be.

  51. "For the sin of their mouth, the words of their lips, let them be trapped in their pride.  For the cursing and lies which they pronounce consume them in wrath; consume them till they are no more, that men may know that God rules over Jacob to the ends of the earth."

  52. And I will repeat what else the Lord said:  "I have set Jerusalem in the center of the nations, with countries round about her. But she wickedly rebelled against My ordinances and against My statutes more than the nations.  Therefore thus says the Lord God: 

  53. Because you are more turbulent than the nations that are round about you, and have not walked in My statutes or kept My ordinances, but have acted according to the ordinances of the nations that are round about you;

  54. Therefore thus says the Lord God: Behold, I, even I, am against you; and I will execute judgments in the midst of you in the sight of the nations. (Does not this make your UN general secretary Ban Ki Moon out for a fool?)

  55. And because of all your abominations I will do with you what I have never yet done, and the likes of which I will never do again.  Fathers shall eat their sons in the midst of you, and sons shall eat their fathers; and I will execute judgments on you.  And any of you who survive I will scatter to all the winds."   

  56.   And so the Lord did to them. (70AD) (Here too a holocaust when the Lord packed 3 million of the Jews into Jerusalem, pouring out His wrath upon them.)

  57. As I live, says the Lord God, surely, because you have defiled My sanctuary with all your detestable things and with all your abominations, therefore I will cut you down; My eye will not spare, and I will have no pity."

  58. When He led them out of Egypt, their gratitude was to revile Him, for which cause the Lord exterminated the entire host of them, excepting but these two Joshua and Caleb, along with the children.

  59. And though Moses interceded for them, yet none of these adults entered the promised land, the Lord keeping them in the desert till they were consumed, even to the very last one. 

  60. If then any Jew in these last many centuries survived to enter in God's rest, it is but by the miracle of God in His endless compassion.   For the Lord clearly said; "I will send the sword after them until I have consumed them."  

  61. And God is not one to go back on His word, not for the good nor for the evil. Yet He allows Himself to forgive all that seek Him to be forgiven of their sins, if their repentance is not in deceit.

  62. But if there were but two adult persons out of so many that survived to enter the land of Israel so long ago, how many exceptions has the Lord made for all those from the third century BC till this day?  For there were indeed many Jews in those first centuries that did not revile the Christ.

  63. But like from father to son, so the offspring was taught to walk in their father's footsteps to become as wicked as their forebears, for which cause the word of the Lord would came to rest of them, namely; "To be consumed."

  64. And why not be consumed?  For if a man steals from a person, he is a thief, but if that man wears a uniform of the law to prevent and punish people for stealing, and that person himself steals of others, he is more guilty than the former, and his punishment would be so much the greater.

  65. Israel had the good law, and was to teach the same, but these came to violate the very statutes that were entrusted to them to teach to all the nations. 

  66. If then the Lord be angry with a nation for failing to keep the law of life, the same that is clearly written in all of His works, and He destroys them on account of it, -- how much more not shall He punish Israel to whom He gave the good law in trust?

And now I will mention this, quoting the words of the Lord by Baruch.  

  1. "You who have drunk the clarified wine, you now shall drink its dregs. For the judgment of the Most High is impartial.  Therefore did He not spare His own sons first, but He afflicted them as his own enemies, for they sinned.

  2. Therefore they were once punished, that they might be forgiven.  But now you nations and tribes are guilty, because all this time you have trodden the earth, and misused creation shamefully."

  3. The fate of those who thus perished was in effect a blessing upon them, so that in the day of judgment they may find forgiveness, while all those many on whom no punishment as yet has been taken, these are yet to receive their reward in the fires of hell, also called the pool of fire.

  4. I then say; it is more blessed to be punished in this day, then in the day to come. Recollect how these many in this day and age suffered in pain and anguish, knowing that a worse fate will come upon you who are guilty of the same offences.

  5.   It is therefore O you foolish people that write essays concerning the demise of the Jews as to how and why they were persecuted and killed.  You might coin to say; "Hitler or Stalin killed them," but the Lord said; "Until I have consumed them."

  6. By the command of God it was, for their wickedness in violating the statutes they had solemnly promised to uphold, and to teach to others.    And this should be a lesson for all the nations. 

  7. There are those stupid people that presume how God will no do good or evil, but the Holocaust all in itself is clear evidence how God kept His word.

  8. It was not for Hitler, nor for the popes, nor for Luther that the Jews were violated.  These named persons were merely the wicked degenerate tools by which God brought His word upon them, to consume them.  And why use tools that are degenerate?  It is one to serve the other!

  9. The Lord warned you O my people, He said that by no means would He leave you unpunished.  And that your hurt was incurable, and that there was none to uphold your cause, nor was there any medicine for your wound, nor healing for you.

  10. If there is any truth in them they will post this essay of mine in all of their holocaust memorials to prominently display it for all to read and take learning from.

  11. For so the Lord said; "I have dealt you the blow of an enemy, the punishment of a merciless foe."   All this O my beloved Israel came; "Because your guilt is great, and your sins flagrant."   And even to this day your sins are flagrant, and your guilt without measure.

  12. And so my beloved; is it another holocaust you want upon yourselves?   

  13. If then not so, why are you scorning my words even this very day, and refuse to answer me, and refusing to admit to your sins that are flagrant?   O if only you would listen to me, it would not be to me, but to the God of Jacob who has send me.

  14. I now say to you my beloved, do not hate them that despoiled you, but hate their evil works, lest the Lord refrains from executing His wrath upon them.  For He said;  "All who devoured you shall be devoured, and all your foes, every one of them, shall go into captivity.

  15. Those who despoiled you shall become a spoil, and all who preyed on you I will make a prey.   For I will restore health to you, and your wounds I will heal, says the Lord, because they have called you an outcast: saying; "It is Zion, for whom no one cares!"

  16. The book of Amos!  Is it ever read by the scholars of religion, or by those commenting upon the demise of Israel? They say that they read the Scriptures, but like the blind to whom darkness is the only thing of vision, so these persons read, for they read, but see not. 

  17. And why might that be so?  I will have to read it for them, since of themselves they cannot read.  Wormwood, and water that contains poison, that is what the Lord gave them for food and drink.  Therefore the truth is never forthcoming from them.  

  18. They are a wicked seed, these have no right to take the word of God upon their lips, because like Israel wearing a uniform of the law they violated the law given them to uphold.

  19. Is this not so?  Am I not speaking the truth?  

  20. For I know but the truth, and I hate all that is a lie.  I am not better than you O you foolish ones, but I am one to keep the statutes given me.  

  21. I despise law-breakers, how then shall I break it?  I loathe all that act in hypocrisy, shall I then wearing a clean uniform defile it on account of your preference?

  22. I was given to teach, and teaching I will do. Like unto Isaac from the loins of Abraham, I also came forth by promise in a most un-natural way.  I indeed am not of this world, but simply in exile here, therefore also I am able to teach what is not of this world and what is un-natural with the sons of man.

  23. The Lord said;  "Obey My voice, and I will be your God, and you shall be My people; and walk in all the way that I command you, that it may be well with you.  

  24. Stop and think now about the nomenclature of; "And I will be your God."  That instead of having mortal men for rulers or Satanael for a ruler and a god to them, that God the Almighty Creator in Himself directly without intermediates would be their Leader and God.

  25. But they did not obey or incline their ear, but walked in their own counsels and the stubbornness of their evil hearts, and went backwards and not forward.

  26. From the day that your fathers came out of the land of Egypt to this day, I have persistently sent all My servants the prophets to them, day after day; yet they did not listen to Me, or incline their ear, but stiffened their neck. They did worse than their fathers."

  27. When therefore O Israel you are hated and reviled by the nations, you have none but yourselves to blame 

  28. And even to this day attempting to reach out, you O Israel gave me nothing but lies and in all your wording, and in your silence, you showed forth how dearly that wormwood had taken hold of you, along with the poison which the Lord mixed for them.

  29. And will you now judge the Lord for blinding such that in their heart have no love for Him, nor for any righteous dealings?  Did He not say; "Obey Me or die?" And does He not have the full right to be obeyed, since not only because He is our Creator, but in all righteousness - it is our due.

  30. You claim 'anti-Semitism' as bad thing, but you yourselves brought it forth. You yourself are the cause by following the teachings of your forefathers, and becoming yet worse than them.

  31. Therefore also the Lord (in His compassion mind you) brought forth still another to teach, another to bring forth the truth, if perhaps you will listen.  And since He closed the minds of them that were supposed to be wise in you, He gave you one of a foreign speech, one not born in Jacob. But born of the Christ.

  32. For so the Lord said: "Speak all these words to them, but they will not listen to you. You shall call to them, but they will not answer you." 

  33. And how many words have I not already spoken to you?  And while you received them, you even had the gall to say that you did not receive them.

  34. Or did you at any time listen or provided me with an answer?  How true therefore the words of the Lord are, for at any time when I called to you, you did not deign to answer.  You indeed think that you are wise in your own conceit.  But it is conceit upon which you are banking.

  35. How then am I to portray you to the nations, to the many nations that are in my ownership, of whom the Almighty God made me a prince in everlasting?  Shall I tell my people that your sins are a mere error in focus, that your aposty are not grievous sins counting against you?

  36. No my dear Israel, but I will relate to my people far and wide what the Lord God, my Teacher, gave me to pronounce.  For He said even by Isaiah so long ago; And you shall say to them;  

  37. "This is the nation that did not obey the voice of the Lord their God, and did not accept discipline; (therefore) truth has perished; it is cut off from their lips."

  38. It is not only your holocaust that was on account of this, but the fact that there are no wise men among you, none with the word of the Lord upon their lips to remain among you, that also is on account of it.     It had to be one of a foreign speech to speak and have knowledge, as indeed I am doing.

  39. All this, and not only because of your backsliding in former days, but because you are doing even worse this very day, with yet more pride and arrogance than before.

  40. Can you name me a single Jew with the knowledge of the Lord upon his lips?  Where O Israel are your wise men? There are no David's among you, nor a Solomon. 

  41. But you pride yourself in the most stupid of all persons, in your so called Einstein.  In a disgrace upon you do you pride yourself, in more ways than one.

  42. Your Einstein had but one thing in mind, the scorn of Israel and of the God of Jacob.  And such you will elevate to some high standard?  O my dear Israel, my very dear Israel, there is however one among the sons of men that loves you more than you can possibly know or pronounce.

  43. It is me O you adulterous lady, I love you and all your people more than you could possibly imagine.  I am very much in love with you, in love with a very beautiful lady.  

  44. But I found her to be adulterous, to keep for statutes such as she did not receive of the Lord her Father and my Father. My love for Israel is irrevocable, but not withstanding my deep love for her, I will nonetheless acquaint her with her sins.

  45.   I took up this essay to counter-act upon the folly of so many that never come to speak the truth of your demise in the cause and reason for it.  And how is one to correct anything if first of all he does not discover the cause, and thus to correct it accordingly?

  46. Getting rid of Hitler does not bring any correction upon you, since he was not the cause, but confessing your sins, and to abandon them will get you to salvation; since then you are in fact getting to the cause of your demise.  

  47. And telling the popes to go to their father in hell will not save you neither, since they too are not the cause, but simply instruments of wrath upon you.

  48. Do you now at long last realize how and why there is so much hatred in the nations towards you O my dear Israel? Are you truly listening to the words of the Lord your God, even though you are not answering me?  O if only you had understanding, if only you had knowledge, a right knowledge.

  49. The Lord spoke saying;  "The Lord roars from Zion, and utters His voice from Jerusalem; the pastures of the shepherds mourn, and the top of Carmel withers." 

  50. I could write a book on that sentence, but first let us look at the last part how the flocks of the rabbi's mourn, and the top of Carmel is dry as a bone.  

  51. How proud these teachers of you are, and blind, the poison in the water having blinded them; rabbi's as they in direct violation of God's command prefer to be called.  Proud boasters not worth a nickel on the open market.

  52. Their flocks, meaning you, will weep because there is nothing to eat, nor to drink by which to bring life into them, since of course these worthless shepherds, have no idea as to what life-giving food or water is, let alone to bring their sheep unto it.   

  53. The only thing to their means is wormwood, and poisoned water.  And why then O my dear adulterous lady are you sitting up for them, and not rather drink from "my" breasts filled with wholesome food?

  54. "The top of the Carmel," translates into the heads of the nation, your teachers and your leaders, and how the Lord has dried them out.  There is no sustenance to be found by them, and so why not eat from my store of rich life giving food.

  55.   Do not now conceive as if this quotation was of something in the past, but rather of the present, at a time when you will hear the voice of the Lord from Zion, from one of His own, and from your very capital, from Jerusalem.  How it was not only spoken for the times of the prophets, but of this very day of today as well.

  56. You think now that your restoration is near, that all will be well, and there will be no wrath. But you are very wrong since I clearly said that your shepherds are not worth even a nickel on the open market, meaning, they are utterly worthless.  They are teaching you to sin, to provoke the Lord your God for wrath upon you.

  57. If therefore you will listen, and hold on to these worthless rulers and teachers of you, be not surprised when the Lord deprives you of food and drink as well.  And perhaps hands you over to your enemies to be slaughtered, as those many that He gave into the hands of the German butchers.

  58. A restoration of Israel; so you acclaim.  Let us go forth into the Sabbath, into that seventh millennium when all the sons of Israel shall be righteous, and we shall the head, and not the tail.  And yes my dear Israel so it will be, but not for all of them that are this day eating and drinking.

  59. For thus says the Lord: "As the shepherd rescues from the mouth of the lion two legs, or a piece of an ear, so shall the people of Israel who dwell in Sama'ria be rescued, with the corner of a couch and part of a bed."

  60. In order now for most of a body to be gone, with no more than two legs or a piece of an ear to be left, there has to be a ravenous beast to tear it up.  Wherefore O Israel by the very word of the Lord a cruel people has to come upon you to tear you to shreds, so that only a part of you will remain.

  61.   Think about this O my dear Israel, think about it, how the Lord will not relent, but bring His word to pass.  Hear, so said the Lord; and testify against the house of Jacob, that on the day I punish Israel for his transgressions, I will punish the altars of Bethel, and the horns of the altar shall be cut off and fall to the ground.

  62. I will smite the winter house with the summer house; and the houses of ivory shall perish, and the great houses shall come to an end."   

  63. Tell me then O Israel who or what the horns of the altar are to fall to the ground?  It are your leaders, the horns of the altar, and these will be cut off.

  64. And now because I dearly love you O my lady Israel let us ask again why this will be so.  You had your holocaust as but a part of the many before them, and so I quote the Lord;  

  65. "I overthrew some of you, as when God overthrew Sodom and Gomor'rah, and you were as a brand plucked out of the burning; yet you did not return to Me," says the Lord.'

  66. Was Sodom ever cast down like you were O Israel in those death-camps of the Nazi's?  God gave you a lesson, He gave you a warning.

  67. But it is this day quite obvious that, like the Lord said; -- "You did not return to Me."  You may have returned to the navel of the earth, but along with it you should have heeded His warnings.

  68. Therefore O my dear Israel let me read to you what it is that the Lord said after this; quote: "Therefore thus I will do to you O Israel; because I will do this to you, prepare to meet your God, O Israel!"

"Prepare to meet your God."   

  1. And yes you are about to meet Him, and not only with salvation, but also with wrath poured out.  

  2. For thus spoke the Lord; and yes I know how you read the Scriptures, but to your eyes they are a closed book, and so I will have to read it for you.

  3. "Behold, the eyes of the Lord God are upon the sinful kingdom, and I will destroy it from the surface of the ground; except that I will not utterly destroy the house of Jacob," says the Lord."

  4. Not very good news for you, O you Gentiles. You may wish to eradicate Israel, to wipe her from the face of the earth, but it will be you instead to be eradicated.

  5. The one thing in your favor O Israel is that you only of all the nations will not utterly be destroyed. And this is so because of His promise to your forefathers. Know this and know it well, that it is not on account of any righteousness in you.

  6. The Lord said: "I will command, and shake the house of Israel among all the nations as one shakes with a sieve, but no pebble shall fall upon the earth.  All the sinners of My people shall die by the sword, who say, "Evil shall not overtake or meet us."

  7. Why was your holocaust O Israel? Why are you a thorn in the eyes of the nations?  Did not the Lord just now answer that question to you? And do you understand where He said; "But no pebble shall fall upon the earth"?  I however should not make it too plain for you to ridicule upon.

  8. The Lord says;   "Hear this, you who trample upon the needy, and bring the poor of the land to an end, saying, "When will the new moon be over, that we may sell grain? 

  9. And the sabbath, that we may offer wheat for sale, that we may make the ephah small and the shekel great, and deal deceitfully with false balances, that we may buy the poor for silver and the needy for a pair of sandals, and sell the refuse of the wheat?"

  10. That is WHY O Israel.  The Lord has sworn by the pride of Jacob: "Surely I will never forget any of their deeds."

  11. And now I shall make you a quotation for the day of your restoration when the spoils of the nations will be divided in the midst of you. And yes I know, this is something you look forward to, but hear also what else will take place on that day.

  12. So spoke the Lord:  "I will gather all the nations against Jerusalem to battle, and the city shall be taken, and the houses plundered, and the women ravished.  Half the city shall go into exile, but the rest of My people shall not be cut off from the city."

  13. So you see my dear Israel it is not a 24 hour day of which the Lord is speaking, and while you may look forward in dividing the spoil, are you also looking forward to having your wives and your daughters raped and beaten?  Or will you even be one of those to remain in the city?

  14. You ought to educate yourself in what happen in the taking of Berlin by the Red Army, and in the aftermath to the Berliners, how the women were raped again and again, sometimes twenty times in a day, and many committed suicide drowning themselves.

  15. The Red Army as it is called, were a brutal uneducated people, a ruthless people even as the Germans and the Japanese of late were. And whom do you think the Lord will unleash upon you in that day that He is speaking of?  Did He not say; "From the far north, and from the east?"

  16. And what of your pride that you are a nation again, as if no enemy will ever invade you again.  You and your atomic bombs as if with these you will safeguard yourselves.  O how deceived you are.

  17. It however is not that all will be lost, for directly afterwards the Lord said:  "Then the Lord will go forth and fight against those nations as when He fights on a day of battle."

  18. It is just as the Lord said; when a ravenous beast tears up an animal, or a man, and part of it or him are left, so the Lord will rescue what remains of it.  And why might it be that He does not rescue the whole of you before that ravenous beast came upon the scene?

  19.  "I will root out all the rebels among My people, to leave in them a humble people that will no longer anger Me."  

  20. For once again; how is it with you O my dear adulterous lady?  "I sent among you a pestilence after the manner of Egypt; I slew your young men with the sword; I carried away your horses; and I made the stench of your camp go up into your nostrils;  

  21. yet you did not return to me,   Shall I O my beloved Israel repeat it?  YET YOU DID NOT RETURN TO THE LORD!   For even now when it appears to you that I am crying out to you, it is not me, but the Lord who places His words upon my lips.

  22. The Lord also caused you to return to the land of your heritage, and gave you again to be a nation, a State of. But this one thing you have not done, you have not returned unto Him, with your head-gear alone you are making a mockery of His word and His statutes.

  23. You think that with this silly head-gear of yours that you are in some way honoring Him. But just like your fathers that learned from their forefathers how to twist the law of the Lord to their own imagination.

  24. So you likewise are following in the footsteps of your fathers, and of your current teachers that know not how to teach but for a rule out of their own imagination, a rule obtained from demons.

  25.   This very day as I am recording these words I am appalled at the ignorance and the rejection by the children of Israel against all that comes from God.  Over the years I had some communication with the offspring of Israel, but they not only refused to hear but showed themselves with no scruples.

  26. Like the Nazi's who had no remorse, nor any conviction for their wickedness, so these likewise showed themselves. Shall therefore the children of Israel be any better than those of the Germans, or any other nation?  

  27. What was I to answer the daughter of Israel for her illogic to me?  In my heart I love her, nor can that love in any way be rooted from me, but it is by virtue of that poisoned water which the Lord gave them to drink.  

  28. And for that wormwood He gave them as food whereby these are so utterly beyond understanding to have such ignorance within them.

  29. When therefore you the nations look at this and shake your head over it, how most illogical these had become, and that it was of the hand of the Lord, you better look into the mirror as to what it is the Lord will bring upon you for the same ignorance.

  30. The fathers sinned, and would not obey the statutes of the Lord, and so for many long centuries these have been paying the price for it.  Were then (for example)  these six million that died at the hand of the Germans guilty of the sins of them that lived some twenty centuries before them?

  31. The answer is a yes and a no. It is yes in that these followed in the footsteps of their forebears. And it is a no, since their guilt is equally for themselves.  

  32. These six million had the same statutes recorded for them as their forebears had, and why then did they abuse and deny them as well as their forebears did, for which cause they were driven among the nation?

  33. Why did these current ones not consider the reason for the demise of their forebears, and say to themselves; "We will not follow in their footsteps, in what our parents are teaching us!"  

  34. But no, one generation to the next brain-washed their children to follow the worthless rules which they preferred out of their own imagination, having no love nor dignity for the instructions of the Lord.

  35. They thus made themselves guilty, suffering for their own concoctions, even as their forebears did.  As now these Jews suffered for these many centuries, it in comparison to the Gentile nations is rather for a blessing upon them. 

  36. For think about this you Gentiles that are shaking your head over these Israelites, seeing how the Lord kept His anger upon them for such a long duration -- how do you think you will fare?  

  37. For if a man punishes his own for such a long duration, how long will the duration be for you that have as yet to receive your reward?

  38. Is it not written somewhere; "His anger upon the ungodly is forever."?  It is because you hated knowledge, you would have none of His counsel, and you despised all of His reproof, therefore so the Lord says to you; "You shall eat the fruit of your own way, and be sated with your own devices."

  39. "The violence of the wicked will sweep them away, because they refuse to do what is just."   Simply refusing to perform what is just, how very stupid that is, how stupid indeed.


  1. There is to be a day of judgment, as you well know. But you fancy it as if that day will be a restoration for you, with judgment only upon your enemies. But you fancy right as well as wrong. What therefore you should do is to listen to what the Lord said concerning it.

  2. "On that day," says the Lord God, "I will make the sun go down at noon , and darken the earth in broad daylight.  I will turn your feasts into mourning, and all your songs into lamentation; I will bring sackcloth upon all loins, and baldness on every head; I will make it like the mourning for an only son, and the end of it like a bitter day."

  3. And:  Thus says the Lord: "For three transgressions of Judah, and for four, I will not revoke the punishment; because they have rejected the law of the Lord, and have not kept His statutes, but their lies have led them astray, after which their fathers walked.   

  4. So I will send a fire upon Judah, and it shall devour the strongholds of Jerusalem."

  5. Thus says the Lord: "For three transgressions of Israel, and for four, I will not revoke the punishment; because they sell the righteous for silver, and the needy for a pair of shoes.  They trample the head of the poor into the dust of the earth, and turn aside the way of the afflicted; 

  6. And;  A man and his father go in to the same maiden, so that my holy name is profaned."

  7. What have you done for your whorehouses O Israel?  And why do you glorify them that are punished of the Lord to be for queers among you? Is not Tel Aviv a disgrace upon your borders, to be known as a haven for the vile?

  8. And yes I know how there are many among you that hate me.  But what else is new? Was it not written; "They hate him who reproves in the gate, and they abhor him who speaks the truth." Surely it is!

  9. Therefore thus says the lord:  "Because you trample upon the poor and take from him exactions of wheat, you have built houses of hewn stone, but you shall not dwell in them; you have planted pleasant vineyards, but you shall not drink their wine.

  10. For I know how many are your transgressions, and how great are your sins -- you who afflict the righteous, who take a bribe, and turn aside the needy in the gate.  Therefore he who is prudent will keep silent in such a time, for it is an evil time."  

  11.  I most surely am not very prudent then to open my mouth now am I?  But then on the other hand neither am I able to keep silent.  Moreover; what do I care for myself -- if but the word of the Lord may go forward.  Myself, my life in that respect is of no consequence.

  12. How earnestly you O Israel look for a restoration, for peace in the midst of the earth, looking forward to the day of the Lord.  But I caution you to reconsider your thoughts, for so spoke the Lord: 

  13. "Woe to you who desire the day of the Lord!  Why would you have the day of the Lord?  (Since) It is darkness and not light."

  14. Allow me to speak a few more words:  "Be silent before the Lord God! For the day of the Lord is at hand; the Lord has prepared a sacrifice and consecrated his guests.  And on the day of the Lord's sacrifice -- I will punish the officials and the king's sons and all who array themselves in foreign attire."

  15. Foreign attire; do you know what that means? It means, anything that anyone wears or believes upon that is not factually of the Lord.  And He said:   "On that day I will punish everyone who leaps over the threshold, and those who fill their masters house with violence and fraud."

  16. Shall I now make an example of filling the Masters house with violence and fraud?  Like silly doves moving their heads back and forth they wail before a wall, as if that wall has any ears to hear. 

  17. Nor is there this integrity within them to remove their head-gear in a gesture of respect to whomever they are praying.

  18. And yes, I know your contention in -- "How dare I speak that way, namely the truth, and put down those religious ones."  I then dare because I hate all that is not a of a truth. And no, these are not religious, but irreligious.

  19. To be religious would be this; -- to enter into their inner chamber and closing the door upon themselves to pray in secret, and the Lord who sees in secret will hear them.

  20. The day of judgment is like this:  "At that time says the Lord; I will search Jerusalem with lamps, and I will punish the men who are getting fat in their protective hide-outs, who say in their hearts; "The Lord will not do good, nor will He do ill."

  21. I choose to pronounce some other words for where it read; "thickening upon their lees," just in case these terms might not be quite clear to the ones to whom it applies, namely the rich and the rebels, and all that take no account of God.

  22. Be it known to you O rebels in or out of Israel, and from the Gentiles; The day of the Lord is a day of wrath. It is a day of distress and of anguish, a day of ruin and devastation, a day of darkness and of gloom, a day of clouds and of thick darkness.  It is not a day to be desired.

  23. Know this all you that are round about Israel:  Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Gaza, Iran, Iraq, and all you other nations; "The house of Jacob shall be a fire, and the house of Joseph a flame, and the house of Esau stubble, they shall burn them and consume them.  

  24. And there shall be no survivor to the house of Esau, for the Lord has spoken."   No survivor!  Shall I repeat it? No survivor!  

  25. That will be your reward for your enmity against your brother, against a people that have done you no harm, but to live and reside but within their own yards, and cultivate their own fields given them of the Lord.

  26. Listen to this you nations round about Israel and far off. Thus it will be; The Lord Creator of all the universe will restore the fortunes of His people Israel.  And they will rebuild the ruined cities, the cities which you ruined. And they will employ the remnant of you as slaves and laborers to rebuilt them, and they will inhabit them.

  27. It is the Lord who will plant them upon their heritage, the land which He gave them, for it is theirs, and not yours.  And never again will they be uprooted from it.

  28. Sing therefore O you daughter of Zion, for He comes, the Lord your Husband, and He will dwell in the midst of you.   So the Lord has spoken and so it will be done.

  29.   The devil thought that if he could kill all the Jews, it would have voided the promise of God upon them, wherefore he made his attempt by the hand of many nations inclusive of late the Germans.  But like always before, he was defeated, for while he was to bruise our heel, we were to bruise his head.

  30. What now is as yet to be done?  What is as yet to take place aside of that terrible day that we have spoken of?  You O Israel are as yet to sacrifice the Goat of the offering as commanded you of Moses.

  31. The prophet now beheld a lamp stand of gold with a bowl on top of it that had seven lamps with seven lips on top of it.  And to the left and the right he beheld two olive trees by it.  And the reply of the angel to the question as to what this lamp stand with the bowl and its lips were, he said;

  32. "This is the word of the Lord to Zerub'babel; Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of Host."  And his reply for the two olive trees he said: "These are the two anointed who stand by the Lord of the whole earth."

  33. The word to Zerub'babel, that is to say, the word to the rulers that perform the works of the Lord.  It is to Christ Jesus, as The Zerub'babel, of all rulers, and to me as a Zerub'babel, and to such others that He has anointed thereto.

  34. Wherefore I in turn am pronouncing this to you O you sons of Israel; Do not place any confidence in your hardware, nor in the might of your arms, but rather seek the God of Host, for by His Spirit He will deliver you.

  35. Take for an example those two olive trees, which are Enoch, and Elijah that have yet to die the death of the flesh. These will come after me, and they will pronounce many plagues upon the world of nations.

  36. These will not use swords nor any hardware, but from the word of their lips many will die and be tormented. Like Moses used neither a sword nor any army, yet all the plagues came upon Egypt.  Even so is the word proceeding from my lips; 

  37. "Not by might nor power, but by My Spirit."   It is the Lord who will act, for without Him I can do nothing, even as any man can do anything.   And so it is written

  38. "The wicked shall depart to Sheol, all the nations that forget God.  For the needy shall not always be forgotten, and the hope of the poor shall not perish forever."

  39. How pitiful for those Iranians then and for those Palestinians to show such hatred against the children of Israel, how pitiful indeed.  These foolish ones have no idea how much torment they are heaping upon themselves in taunting against the heritage of the Lord.

  40. Yet I will speak for the Danish and many others of various nations that did not further the demise of the Israelites, but sought to protect them.  These will have their blessings of the Lord.

  41. It is a most horrible thing not to fear the Lord, and to walk contrary to His statutes. And yet worse to blatantly violate them in direct opposition to Him.  

  42. He who speaks evil of the Lord curses himself, and he who mocks the Lord harms himself severely.


  1. The children of men now will come up with the most illogical questions, like; Why did the children have to die, for how can a child four years of age ferment sedition, or be guilty of intentionally violating God's statutes?

  2. If I may be so bold I will say that it was for a blessing upon them. And how do I speak that way?  Tell me you that are so wise; these adults who preferred to walk in their fathers footsteps rather than to obey the Lord in His statutes, were they not at one time also children, even four years of age?

  3. These also were at one time babes, and little ones, yet grew up not knowing the Lord, becoming self witted and vain with a long list of sins to count against them.  

  4. If thus these four year olds would not have been killed, they would have lived to enter into a life of vanity with many sins to count against them just as their parents had, and their parents before them.

  5. But now that they were killed there was no opportunity for them to accumulate a long list of sins to count against them, wherefore as such it came as a blessing upon them.  

  6. And yet again it was a demise since these were also robbed of not following in the footsteps of their fathers, to instead honor the Lord and follow righteous statutes.

  7. How thus for these many children it was for a demise as well as a blessing, since each and every person is at end to account for all that they have done, and not done, to come before the judgment of God.  And is it not written: "Our fathers sinned, and are no more; and we bear their inequities."

  8. Did not the Lord command Israel to be kosher?  How come then that I a Gentile am fully kosher; but Israel is not?  To be kosher is not to greet or have anything to do with a Jew that wears a skullcap.

  9. O how they speak of kosher, while I have as yet to find kosher Jews, for of all people IT ARE the Jews THAT do not know how to be kosher.

  10. There are many that would like to take vengeance on their oppressors, and/or are sad that so many died without having received a due torment upon them.  Or the heads of these butchers to be hanged, and how that hanging of one person is not in any way a reconciliation for the many crimes they had committed.

  11. But it is for such ignorance, and in not being kosher that the Lord gave so many into the hands of their enemies to be consumed.  For though these many butchers may no longer be upon the earth, they are not gone, they are not dead, as their physical remains may be dead.

  12. Just as all these many Jews and Poles and all others that died during that war are not dead, excepting only for their bodies.  Did not the Lord O you foolish ones say: "Let us make man in our own image?"  And is not the Lord forever?  So then must we be.

  13. The very spirits of them that were killed are quite alive in their chambers guarded by the angels of death. And likewise the spirits of these many killers are ever grieving in their chambers also guarded by the angels of death, in a place that is not upon this earth.

  14. All these, the killers, and them that they killed; are awaiting the great judgment of the Lord, at which time each one of them will be sentenced and be transported to their place of torment or of joy as the sentence may be.   

  15. If then you consider the great misery that so many went through being starved and beaten to death, wait till you behold the torment that will come upon those many murderers in sevenfold.  For no man, nor any creature will at any time ever outrun their just reward. 

  16. Eternity for the sons of man has barely begun wherein each and every person will receive his or her reward. And in case you do not know, eternity is a very long time.  But as there is judgment in time to come so there is a partial judgment even in this day, or days past.

  17. When those seven million Ukrainians were starved to death in their own bread-basket, it was not without cause even though Stalin and his red army units that executed his murderous plot will come to pay very dearly for it.  But for a cause; were it not Ukrainians that served the Germans in gassing so many Jews to their death?

  18. For the six million Jews which the Ukrainians helped to murder, the Lord gave seven million of them to be killed as well.

  19. The Lord therefore brought a judgment upon them as well, even as in the aftermath He did upon the remaining Germans.  And that judgment has yet to complete itself in a day not far off, when still more vengeance will be taken upon them and the many others. 

  20. And this time their demise will come at the hand of the Jews, for the Lord will place a sword into their hand to execute His vengeance upon them.  At that time the roles will be reversed, only the Israelites of that day will not be like unto the Germans, nor like unto the bastard semblance of the red army, but simply take vengeance in a just manner.

  21. It was indeed of the Lord to consume the Israelites for their backsliding against Him.  But if these Germans and others had any knowledge of God and His law to love one's neighbor, these would have said to the Lord;

  22. "We are as guilty as these are, wherefore see to it Thyself O Lord, for we being equally guilty -- how will it be of us to put our hand to them."  This is what they should have said;

  23. The Lord indeed sends ruthless men out to destroy them that violate his statutes, only to afterwards destroy them as well for having accepted the task to destroy because they took delight in it, and not spoke out in a refusal of it.

  24. This thing then is certain.  Cursed is the man that executes the orders of his commanders when such orders are wicked, not according to the law of life and the statutes God has ordained for them.

  25. Nor is it ever an excuse to say; "I followed orders,"  but rather it is punishable by death when such orders are not in conformance with the law of the Lord.

  26. For He said, you shall love your neighbor, and you shall not kill.  The Germans should have loved the Jews, rather than to kill them, and since they did not do so, they violated the law given them, for which cause these Germans brought their own sentence upon themselves.

  27. Again it is written; "Cursed is the man that holds back his sword from shedding blood." This then is for those that stand in the service of God as His righteous servants to execute His decrees.   The Lord ordained rulers along with judges and officers, to maintain law and order, to protect the none guilty and to punish the guilty.

  28. These therefore when they handle the sword are acting according to the responsibility the Lord has placed upon them. Like Paul said:  "Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God.

  29. Therefore he who resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment.  For rulers are not a terror to good conduct, but to bad.

  30. Would you have no fear of him who is in authority? Then do what is good, and you will receive his approval, for he is God's servant for your good.

  31. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword in vain; he is the servant of God to execute his wrath on the wrongdoer."

  32. (In a movie called "The Last Days, by Steven Spielberg, there is a young Jewish man with a female survivor of those camps. And as she related to that young man what had taken place.  If in any wise at all that woman would have spoken the truth, she should have said to that young man.

  33. It is far less cruel and barbarian for any person to throw you alive into a burning oven, than what you are doing right now standing next to me. You with your  immoral head covering upon you are fit not only to be cast alive into a burning oven, but to additionally have your taste of God's pool of fire.

  34. For your head covering is more cruel, more hypocritical, and more disgusting than anything the German's did to the Jews, or that the people of Sodom and Gomorrah ever were.)

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