Saturday, January 13, 2007

TEENS AGAINST HATE - THROUGH THE EYES OF OUR YOUTH

While there are those who prey on the very young and the vulnerable for either the purpose of recruitment or abuse, there are those young people who are standing up and fighting back. They are saying no to hate and taking their message to the streets.

I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing two young ladies with some very definite opinions on racists and racism and those who spread their venom. It is reassuring to know that the youth of our country have morals and values and courage in the face of hate.

HEAR THE INTERVIEW

29 comments:

  1. Looks like Nikki is USING children for the benefit of her agenda.

    Wonder how young these impressionable children on this show was.

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  2. I have no intention of "using" anyone, Mike. And as to their age - well they are the same age as some of your comrades believe to be eligible for marriage - or sexual exploitation.

    You could do us all a favor, Mike by being a real "Christian" and helping us put a stop to some of this.

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  3. Speaking of exploitation I think having those children on your program very much is.

    How do you propose that I help put a stop to some of this? I have publically condemned this perversion.

    You know as well as I do that there are just as many deviants on the left if not more so. It is very pervasive and far reaching.

    Actually, if my guys(I guarantee it if I was) were in actual power you would see an end to this sort of perversion very quickly.

    Public/televised hangings for perps of murder, rape and child molestation/rape would be a reality.

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  4. And you believe that if such things were made public and televised that such actions would provide a deterrent?

    Ya know, Mike - I don't think even that would work. I think that pedophilia is so ingrained and so enmeshed in the pedophile's mind that regardless the consequences they just HAVE TO DO IT.

    The thing that would worry me about that is that the victims would be more likely to be murdered to avoing capture.

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  5. Jesus was against the death penalty Vonbluvensshow. Maybe you should try to emulate Jesus if you want to call yourself a Christian.

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  6. I'm no Christian but in the spirit of tiring of your constant gutless statements of political correctness, I'll respond.

    Jesus was against the death penalty, huh? I have to admit thats about the most faggoty statement I've heard yet. Here I am, a Pagan of the old way and I know better than that. Have you ever read ANY of the first half of the Bible? Seriously. You do realize that Jesus and God are supposed to be the same person, right? I mean, just because God leveled entire cities, doesn't mean he's against the death penalty, right?

    In fact, when J.C. comes to earth, didn't he let himself die with two other men? He was sooo against the death penalty.

    So you are a Christian, huh? Where in your Bible does it say a damn thing about being against racism? Where does it say anything about not taking life when its owed? Come you, little schoolar!

    My advice to you is to think up something intelligent to say instead of parrotting white-coward slogans in every post. Maybe I'm being too harsh though, wasn't it Jesus Christ himself who said "C-can't we just alll get along?"

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  7. Jesus changed a lot of the Old Testament law. The sabbath, the death penalty, and the sacrifice of animals are just some.

    John 8

    1But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2At dawn he appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around him, and he sat down to teach them. 3The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery. They made her stand before the group 4and said to Jesus, "Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of adultery. 5In the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women. Now what do you say?" 6They were using this question as a trap, in order to have a basis for accusing him.

    But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground with his finger. 7When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, "If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her." 8Again he stooped down and wrote on the ground.

    9At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time, the older ones first, until only Jesus was left, with the woman still standing there. 10Jesus straightened up and asked her, "Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?"

    11"No one, sir," she said.
    "Then neither do I condemn you," Jesus declared. "Go now and leave your life of sin."

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  8. Matthew 5:43-44

    43"You have heard that it was said, 'Love your neighbor[h] and hate your enemy.' 44But I tell you: Love your enemies[i] and pray for those who persecute you,

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  9. As far as the child molestation goes, I've got some ideas if any WN leaders want to hear me out. In fact, they not ideas, they are how its got to be. Regardless of affiliation, regardless of opinion of guilt or innocence, we have to get together on this and put at stop to this.

    What we do is very important to the world. All of it is for nothing unless if we don't protect the weak and innocent among us. If we are to embrace the talmudic ideas of sex with children, then our race deserves to die, starting with those who did such a piss-poor job of defending it.

    And whoever is guilty of these crimes, not against the this country's jewish masters, but against our own children and our most sacred values, may Thor's anglar smite you as no mortal man ever could. May a curse plague you far beyond earthly justice a century for each minute of innocence you stole. For each tear you caused to be shed, may a pint of your blood be spilled on the swords of the honorable. I say these things in presence of our primal Gods whom we hail to from beyond the written history of our people. May it be so.

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  10. Hey, limp-wrist, what about all the people the Holy Ghost smote for just lying to the church? That was after Jesus, remember? Flipping the your Bible around to accomidate social-marxist propaganda won't cut it around anything but people who are afraid to call you out.

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  11. Oh and thanks for reminding me of about 3 or 4 reasons I'm not a Christian. But that being said, trying to wrap the Bible around modern mental constructs like social-marxism, communism and such is pretty lame, even to me. Its trying to give some sort of religious excuse for rebellion against nature, cowering from a fight, shirking from the path of honor, etc. Its pathetic.

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  12. What verse are you talking about from the Bible?

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  13. Chris:

    You also said that Christianity was a Talmudic religion? Do you still stand by that knowing that Vonbluvens claims to be a Christian?

    Maybe Vonbluvens will convert you yet. After he converts himself.

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  14. If I owned a Bible, I would look it up. It says the Holy Ghost killed a man and his wife for lying about how much they donated to the church. Being the whole trinity thing, that means Jesus killed them for lying. The Bible is stuffed full of killing in any case. Why? It was written or rather compiled during a time when at least men were men. You know the type: Men who make history instead of debate it all day on the internet while searching for a better excuse than yesterday's on why they won't fight for what is their's.

    History, wheather in the Bible or written by last week, true or false, is written about people who go to extremes to obtain a goal. Whatever is said, be it right or wrong, is still said in reaction to powerful actions by determined men.

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  15. I'm saying the clearly endorses pedofelia. I think you are getting the talmud and the tora confused.

    And as far as driving a wedge between Mike and I, be my guest. Mike isn't the type to sell his people down-river for whatever reason. However, he is very respectful of other religions, especially ones of his own ancestors. Since you appear to care fuck-all about your ancestors at all, it may be tuff to wrap your head around. Mike is no missionary and in fact, seems to keep company with a more mixed bag of spiritually motivated people than one might imagine. Mike would never insult me by asking me to abandon my heathen ways therefore, I allow him to live.

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  16. Woops--type. I meant "I'm saying the talmud clearly endorces pedophelia." I've never seen anything in the tora that seems to suggest that. Lot's daughters getting it on with him seems a bit bizzare but I don't think that story was meant to set an example for anyone.

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  17. Unit 9:

    Guess you forgot about Christ's words. He didn't make void the old Testament:

    Matthew 5:17-18 "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled."


    For those that would say child molestation is not covered:
    Not every single offence is listed in the Bible but I can assure you that if the death penalty is called for in cases of forcible rape then I am willing to bet YHWH would want us to put to death anyone that rapes a child.

    Nikki, the reason why our society is riddled with the scourge of child rape and murder is because we refuse to obey God by not putting these evil people to death.

    YHWH instituted government for man by giving us the death penalty.

    God is ordering us to send these evil people to Him. To do otherwise is sin. period.

    The death penalty applied in a biblical way will work. When America starts obeying God and apply the death penalty these things WILL go away.

    I don't say this....GOD DOES.

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  18. Chris: You allow Vonbluvens to live? Didn't know you had such power over him.

    Chris: I hate to break it to you but if Vonbluvens isn't a missionary, he isn't a Christian. All Christians are missionaries. I also know the difference between the Torah and the Talmud. The Talmud uses the Torah as it's foundation.




    Thats another fringe of the fringe come to speak its sorry piece. One of the whole reasons I'm an Odinist is because of the whole women being ranked up with cattle in juedeo-Christianity. All the Christian masochisism is talmudic anyway.

    I'll say this, guys who can't get quality women like the kind I get can think that way all they want. Its like me preaching about how lottery winners should spend their money. Only by shear luck would I ever win the lottery, so who cares what I say, huh? Anyhow, hail Norse law and culture. Down with Juedo-Christian talmudic thought and attitudes.

    By Chris Drake, at December 01, 2006 7:27 PM

    Vonbluvens: Then why aren't you observing the Sabbath then? Why aren't you sacrificing animals to God? Christ didn't void the Old Testament but did change a lot of the Old Testament law.

    Christ also teaches you to "love your neighbor as yourself".

    Christ himself was Jewish and observed the Jewish traditions.

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  19. Vonbluvens: Only if you are totally free of sin yourself can you apply the death penalty to anyone. Since no one on his planet is free of sin, no one on this earth is qualified to issue the death penalty. Jesus made that very clear.

    But let me ask you this, if a pedophile accepts Christ as his savior, does that pedophile go to heaven? According to the scriptures, the answer is yes.

    Pedophiles need to be locked away. But it's up to God and only God to issue a death sentence. I not God and you aren't God. God will punish pedophiles for their crimes if they truly don't repent.

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  20. Unit9

    ~sigh~
    Jesus Christ came to uphold God's law, not to end it. But the important DISTINCTION He made between God's Law and man's law is His criticism of the Pharisitical Jews for imposing their own "traditions of the elders"(meaning Talmudic law which is the Jews attempt at negating God's law) rather than upholding YHWH'S Law, as known from the Bible which had been very clearly defined for tens of centuries before His birth:

    I truly think you are Biblically illiterate. Not your fault however. Not claiming I am a biblical scholar myself but compared to...well, forget what I was about to say.

    I am not here to preach or talk about my faith. I have read enough of your post to realize you have difficulty in putting things in context.

    I am not here to get into a Bible study.

    Your attempt to drive a wedge between Chris and I will not work.

    A word to the wise is sufficient. ;)

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  21. Vonbluvens: You named yourself the worldwide leader of a so-called Christian group called American National Unity but don't want to share your faith or have a bible discussion? Christ means that little to you? He means a lot to me.

    And, if I remember correctly, only Christians are allowed to join your group. That means Chris Drake is ineligible to join your group.

    And what's with all the f-bombs over at VNN? Is that the way Jesus would act?

    And who is YHWH? I'm assuming you mean Yahweh, which is what the most common name Jews referred to God in their scriptures. The English translation is Jehovah.

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  22. Looks like esons.org website is down.

    Turner was hosting the website for free in exchange for Vonbluvens stabbing Bill White in the back by quitting the ANSWP.

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  23. KIKE Schwartzo runs his hole again about matters that he knows nothing about. You don't know Hal & Von's business...

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  24. I am not head of a church. The purpose of ANU isn't to sit around and have Bible study or to evangelize.

    It is a WN/NS style organization that welcomes Christians.

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  25. Does it also welcome those who are not Christians, Mike?

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  26. Non-Christians are not welcome to join Vonbluvens ANU (just add an S to make what it really is). Google has a cached copy of esons.org before it was removed.

    Here

    Party members shall also be known as followers and must be white adults of non-Jewish racial heritage and of the Christian faith, and at least 18 years of age.

    Chris Drake therefore is unqualified to join Vonbluvens ANU organization.

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  27. I will decide who is a Christian- as it pertains to the ANU. :)

    Chris can definately be a member of the ANU.. His daily actions and activity qualifies him more as a Christian than most of those that profess the faith.

    Basically, the Christian stipulation was created to innoculate us against amoral/satanic/crazy/anti-christian sentiment found in most NS organizations today.

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  28. Vonbluvens: You will decide who is a Christian?

    Vonbluvens thinks he is Jesus Christ himself!!!

    And he declares Chris Drake to be more than a Christian.

    Go take some meds

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