Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
December 30, 2018
Sripture Readng: Psalms 106:34-36:
34) “They did not destroy the nations, concerning whom the LORD commanded them:
35) But were mingled among the heathen and learned their works.
36) And they served their idols: which were a snare unto them.”
Two Saturdays ago (12/15/2018), I saw the movie, starring Jimmy Stewart, called “Broken Arrow.” It also starred Debra Paget, born Doralee Griffin, and a person who my father was in drama class with in high school. The high school was Maysville, Kentucky Senior High School. My father was born Newell Jouett Elmore in Richmond, Kentucky, and Will Geer, Grandpa Walton, was born William Aughe Ghere in Frankfort, Indiana. They both moved to Maysville when they were teenagers, where they were in a couple of drama shows at the school together. But their lives took different paths as the years rolled on.
In the movie, the Apache chief, Cochise, was played by Jeff Chandler, a Caucasian, who made a cottage industry for himself from the role. There was a short performance from Jay Silverheels, a Mohawk Indian, as Geronimo. Silverheels would later reach fame as Tonto in the Lone Ranger series. Two Caucasians, Paget and Chandler, played Apache Indians…why don’t the Indians riot over this, like the one other minority did?
Broken Arrow was a movie shown on Turner Classic Movies, a cable channel on television. I don’t remember the movie when it first appeared, as I was only eight years old, but I periodically watched it two weeks ago, as I was reading the newspaper. In addition, I watched different segments of it again on You-Tube several times to make sure that what I saw was correct. As I watched certain parts of this film, I could recognize that it was attempting to insert subtle scenes of deception to the viewer.
The main plot of this historical fiction movie, was that Jimmy Stewart’s character, Tom Jeffords, was trying to enact a peace treaty with the Apache chief, Cochise. Both sides had been killing each other in constant fighting for several years. The Apaches had stopped the mail stage coach from traveling through Arizona and New Mexico. That was Jimmy Stewart’s character’s first desire: to get the mail to go through without any Apache attacks. It had been stopped for about eight weeks. The Apache chief agreed to the stagecoach truce after he pondered over it for a day. Through Jeffords finesse, Cochise agreed, and the mail stagecoach began to run without any problems.
This all began because Tom Jeffords found a wounded, 14-year-old Apache boy dying from buckshot wounds in his back. Jeffords gave the boy water and healed his infected wounds. After a few days, the Indian youth was physically back to normal, and he told Jeffords that he was ready to return home. Before he left, we have the first instance of subtle deception in the movie.
The Indian boy asks Jeffords if he prayed “To the killer of your enemy? Not even to life giver? The ones up there”, as he pointed to the sky.
“Oh! We have another name” replied Jeffords.
“Apaches pray for all white men to die. But now, I pray to keep you safe. At sunset last night, I threw pollen to the four winds for you,” the Indian boy said.
“Thanks, boy,” replied Jeffords.
Then the boy took off from around his neck a necklace, a talisman, and said, “This is very big…against headache and sickness. Now it is yours,” as he handed it over to his new white friend. He gave it to him as a gift.
Jeffords accepted his talisman gift and two seconds later, arrows began flying into the tree which was right beside him. The scene changed very suddenly.
You didn’t have much time to think about what had just happened. The Indian boy and Jeffords had a very short discussion about their gods. The implication is that all gods are basically the same, they just have different names. All paths lead to the same god.
The Apache had just said that all Apaches pray to their gods that all white men would be killed. All white men are to be killed? Would the LORD God of Israel be receptive to that prayer? It is basically the same thing that the Communists desire—the end of the White race. The Bible mentions some 20 things that are an abomination to the LORD God:
The froward man,
A proud look,
A lying tongue,
Hands that shed innocent blood,
A wicked scheming heart,
Feet quick to sin,
A false witness that speaks lies,
A sower of discord,
A false balance,
Sacrifice of the wicked,
The way of the wicked,
The thoughts of the wicked,
The proud of heart,
Justifying the wicked,
Condemning the just,
Refusing to hear the law,
Prayer of the rebel.
The second subtle deception was the Indian youth gave to Jeffords a talisman, and he accepted it. What should he have done with it? The Bible says:
Deuteronomy 7:25, 26:
25) “The graven images of their gods shall ye burn with fire: thou shalt not desire the silver or gold that is on them, nor take it unto thee, lest thou be snared therein: for it is an abomination to the LORD thy God.
26) Neither shalt thou bring an abomination into thine house, lest thou be a cursed thing like it: but thou shalt utterly detest it, and thou shalt abhor it; for it is a cursed thing.”
A talisman is a cursed thing. Typically, it is meant to have magical powers, bring good luck or ward off evil. To accept it gives it some credibility. The LORD God is who we look to for our health and well-being, not the idol of a false god or gods. Many Christians have false gods and a talisman in their homes. They may not bow down to them or even worship them, but it is an abomination to their LORD God to have them. Many Christians buy them when they are visiting foreign lands and take them home with them. They are a curse and should not be displayed but destroyed.
Back to the movie. The Indian boy’s tribesmen appear and are at first hostile but eventually decide to let Jeffords go free after they heard about the kindness he showed the boy. However, when a group of gold prospectors approaches, several Apache warriors gag Jeffords and tie him to a tree. Helpless, he watches as they attack the prospectors. Two were shot dead and three were wounded and taken prisoner out of the 10 prospectors. The prisoners were hanged, one upside down, and one buried in the ground up to his neck with syrup put on him that ants love. Jeffords watches as the ants crawl all over the captive, who was tortured because he had three Apache scalps in his bag, eating out his eye balls before they finally kill him. The warriors then let Jeffords go but warn him not to enter Apache territory again.
When Jeffords returns to Tucson, he encounters one of the gold prospectors who escaped the ambush. He corrects the man’s exaggerated account of the attack, but Ben Slade, played by a middle-aged Will Geer, is incredulous and does not see why Jeffords did not kill the Apache boy. Ben relates in the discussion that his wife was killed by the Apaches when they burned down his home with her in it. His son escaped and was alive.
Instead, Jeffords learns the Apache language and customs and plans to go to Cochise’s stronghold on behalf of his friend, Milt, who is in charge of the mail service in Tucson. Jeffords enters the Apache stronghold and begins a parley with Cochise, who agrees to let the couriers through. Cochise gives his word that the Apaches will leave the mail stagecoaches alone.
Jeffords meets a young Apache girl, Sonseeahray, whose name when translated into English is “Morning Star,” and falls immediately in love. Nothing is said in the movie about Jeffords’s past loves or if even ever had any. But he fell head over heels with this youthful Apache princess.
This is another scene that teaches against God’s Law. Why would a person of God have to learn the customs of another race? What good would that be to him? The customs of the Apache, their dances to the drum beat and other strange things that they practiced were not of God. How could anything that they do be superior to the instructions that God gave to His people to keep?
When he met “Morning Star”, she was a healing princess who told Jeffords that his arm, that sometimes caused him pain, would no longer ever do it again. She cured him of any pain in his arm because the Apaches said that she was in a four-day period of being an intense healer.
Jeffords meets this young Indian princess, even though there weren’t any real Apache princesses. The Apaches didn’t have any princesses. Nevertheless, he meets her, and her name is “Morning Star.” Do you know anyone else who is named that in the Bible?
Isaiah 14:12: “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!”
Where is Lucifer called “morning star”? I don’t see “morning star” anywhere in this verse. That is because this verse is from the King James Version. Both the King James Version and the New King James Version translate “morning star” as “Lucifer, son of the morning.”
Jesus the Christ is also referred to as being the “morning star”, but isn’t it strange that out of all the names possible, the writer of this screen play would pick “Sonseeahray” or “Morning Star”? Was it an accident or was it planned very carefully? Another subtle deception?
A few of Cochise’s warriors attack an army wagon train—they attempt to kill everyone on the train. But they missed a few, who were wounded but survived and returned to town. As a result, the townsfolk nearly lynch Jeffords as a traitor because they believed that he had given to Cochise the travel plans of the wagon train.
As the townsmen are about to hang Jeffords, he is saved by General Oliver Otis Howard who recruits Jeffords to negotiate peace with Cochise. General Howard asked Jeffords if the Bible that he had on his desk would prejudice Jeffords against him. Jeffords replied that it would determine how he read it. Howard answered that the Bible he reads “preaches brotherhood of all of God’s children.”
Jeffords then asks the General: “Suppose their skin aren’t white? They still God’s children?”
The General then says: “My Bible says nothing about the pigmentation of the skin.”
So, we have another subtle deception: the “Christian" general condemning racism saying that the Bible “says nothing about pigmentation of the skin,” because it teaches the “brotherhood of all God’s children” including races that “are not white.”
Then Jeffords and the general discuss the treaty that would be practical for Cochise. At the end of the scene, Jeffords says: “Read your Bible for me. I like the way you read it!” Jeffords is implying that whatever the General believes is correct!
Jeffords, who never mentions again the Bible before or after in this movie, tells the “Christian” general to read his Bible before he goes to see the Indian chief because Jeffords likes the way that he reads it! This was one of the scenes that made me say to my wife that this was propaganda. For the general, who was known in the movie as being a strong “Christian” said that the Bible is silent about the pigmentation of the skin. In other words, the Bible is silent on racism. This is now what most Christians believe. If he believed that, he was not a strong Christian at all. He was a modern-day “Judeo-Christian” and he did not know what the main focus in the Bible was.
The Bible is the story of just one race of people—God’s chosen people. It was part of the White race only. Abram, whose name was later changed to Abraham, his son Isaac, and his son Jacob, and his seed are the covenant people of the Bible.
The Apaches were not part of this seed. The Bible is not the history of the Apache Indians. It fails to mention any of their many chiefs and warriors, their homelands, and their many battles. It taught that the Israel people were to separate from all the races of the world. They were not to learn the Apache’s customs, prayers, dances and trade with them or even marry them—for if they did, they would eventually worship their gods.
The words just stood out to me. “I like the way that you read it” (the Bible). The main character in the movie tells the General who had just saved his life by rescuing him from being hanged by his own kinfolk, these words. I guess he did like the way that this “Christian” General read his Bible, for he read it completely wrong. An ignorant man of the Bible praises a supposedly Christian man for the teachings that he supposedly learns from the Bible. That is nothing more than a red flag.
Later, when the “Christian” officer went with Jeffords to visit the Apache chief Cochise to make a peace treaty, Jeffords was very happy to have this “Christian” man go with him, because he thought that he knew the Bible so well. But the truth of the matter is that the “Christian” General was ahead of his time. He was a “Judeo-Christian” General who didn’t know what the Bible said about race relations. He didn’t know who the Bible was written to. He didn’t know who the Bible was about. He was ignorant of all the race relations that the Bible instructs. For example:
Judges 3:6, 7:
6) “And they took their daughters to be their wives, and gave their daughters to their sons, and served their gods.
7) And the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD, and forgat the LORD their God, and served Baalim and the groves.”
Here are just two verses that teach that Israel was punished because they had married individuals of another race. Did they marry an Apache? No. Because there were no Apaches in the vicinity of Palestine. But the verses could read that no Israelite is to take any Apache daughter to be his wife. That would apply when they were living in the land of the Apache.
Jeffords makes a peace treaty with Cochise, but a group led by one of the Indians from the other Apaches tribes, Geronimo, opposes the treaty and leaves the stronghold. When these Geronimo renegades ambush a stagecoach, Jeffords rides off to seek help from Cochise, and the stagecoach is saved.
A few days later, Jeffords and Sonseeahray marry in an Apache ceremony and have several days of tranquility. Stewart was 42 years old, Paget was only 16, a 26-year difference in their ages, when the movie was made.
Nowhere in the movie is there any objection to this interracial marriage, except for the few words from Cochise about the hardship that the two could experience. Otherwise, it is just presented in a good light. Not even the “Christian” General makes any negative statement about it. He should have, at the very least, dropped Jeffords from the peace treaty team. If he read his Bible faithfully, he would have told Jeffords to either leave his wife, or if not, to leave the land. And was Jeffords really married to Sonseeahray? Does God approve of a marriage held in an Apache ceremony?
10) “And Ezra the priest stood up, and said unto them, Ye have transgressed, and have taken strange [#5237] wives, to increase the trespass of Israel.
11) Now therefore make confession unto the LORD God of your fathers, and do His pleasure: and separate yourselves from the people of the land, and from the strange [#5237] wives.
12) Then all the congregation answered and said with a loud voice, As thou has said, so must we do.”
Both words, translated “strange” are from the Hebrew word “nokriy” meaning “foreign, non-relative, adulterous, different,” from Strong’s Concordance. Sonseeahray was a such a strange woman.
And would the General even make a treaty with the Apache if he were a “good” Christian? The Bible teaches that no covenants should be made with any of the other races. This “Bible-reading General” was typical of how today’s preachers read their Bibles. Most of them don’t understand what the verses mean so they ignore what the Bible teaches, especially in the Old Testament.
Later, Ben Slade’s son spins a story to Jeffords and Cochise about two of his horses being stolen by Cochise’s tribesmen. Cochise says that the warriors from his tribe did not take them and doubts Slade’s story, as he knows the boy’s father is an Apache hater. They then decide to go along with the boy up the canyon but are ambushed by the boy’s father and a gang of men from Tucson.
Why Sonseeahray would go on this trip along with Cochise, Jeffords and some of the Apache warriors is not explained. She was the only woman in the ambush scene.
Jeffords is badly wounded and Sonseeahray is killed but Cochise kills most of the men, including Ben Slade. Cochise forbids Jeffords to retaliate, saying that the ambush was not done by the United States military and that Geronimo also broke the peace, no less than Slade and his men. The bottom line was that peace must be maintained.
Jeffords rides off with the belief that “the death of Sonseeahray had put a seal upon the peace, and from that day on wherever he went, in the cities among the Apaches, and in the mountains, he always remembered, my wife was with me”. What the film should have said was that as Jeffords rides off with the belief that the death of his miscegenated wife had put a seal on the peace, it is the miscegenation of his Indian wife that is one the causes of difficulty among Christian/Israelites today, as it has been in the past with the Israelites. The Bible that the “Christian” General was said to be so good at reading, is emphatic that interracial marriage is one of the worst sins that Israel committed and is still committing. The offspring from these marriages is ruined forever, as they are of mixed seed.
Some scholars have said that the film, Broken Arrow, appealed to an ideal of tolerance and racial equality that would influence later Westerns and indicates Hollywood’s response to the Indian’s evolving role in American society. The Chronicle of the Cinema praised the film:
“Based on verifiable fact, it faithfully evokes the historical relationship between Cochise and Jeffords, marking a historical rehabilitation of Indians in the cinema.”
The miscegenating couple with the death of the Indian daughter being the emphasis for keeping the new peace treaty, was the major point of the film. The year was 1950. How many states, when the film was introduced, forbade the marrying of a white man with an Apache Indian?
Map of the United States States, by the date of repeal of anti-miscegenation laws:
- Grey states never had any anti-miscegination laws.
- Green states: Anti-miscegination law repealed before 1887.
- Yellow states: Anti-miscegination law repealed between 1948 to 1967.
- Red states: Anti-miscegination law repealed after June 1967.
In 1950, when this movie was made, there were 29 out of 50 states which forbad such a marriage—58% of the states. That is over half of the states.
Fourteen states repealed anti-miscegenation laws between 1948 and 1967. Some states included Native Americans, Filipinos, Asians, East Indians, and native Hawaiians, as well as African Americans:
- Arizona (1962)
- California (1948)
- Colorado (1957)
- Idaho (1959)
- Indiana (1965)
- Maryland (1967)
- Montana (1953)
- Nebraska (1963)
- Nevada (1959)
- North Dakota (1955)
- Oregon (1951)
- South Dakota (1957)
- Utah (1963)
- Wyoming (1965)
Sixteen states (32%) saw their anti-miscegenation laws overturned by Loving v. Virginia in 1967:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
One of the cast members of the movie, Debra Paget, born Debralee Griffin, was 16 years old when she was in the movie Broken Arrow and, in that movie, she fell in love with the character that was played by Jimmy Stewart, who was 26-years-older than she—he was 42-years-old! Broken Arrow was the first big movie that she was in, although she started when she was only eight years old. Some of the more popular movies that she was in, and she was in over 30 of them, include Les Misérables, Seven Angry Men, The Ten Commandments, Love Me Tender and the Indian Tomb.
Six years after Broken Arrow, was the movie in which Elvis Presley started his movie career. They both were in the film, Love Me Tender. Elvis became smitten with Paget and eventually proposed marriage to her. Her parents were against it, so she reluctantly said “No.” If it weren’t for her parents, she would have been Mrs. Elvis Presley!
Two years later she married, but she obtained a divorce three months later. Then two years later she married husband #2 and separated after just 22 days. Two more years later, she married husband #3. He was a Chinese-American oil industry executive, son of Confucius and nephew of Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. They were divorced after 16 years. They had one son. She followed what her character and Jimmy Stewart’s character did in the movie--what Broken Arrow taught—miscegenation.
What about another cast member, Will Geer? Will got his master’s degree at the University of Chicago—that’s not good. He started acting professionally where he met his lover, Harry Hay, a homosexual activist. And in the early ‘50s, Geer was blacklisted for refusing to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Geer had joined the Communist Party in 1934. He was, many historians believe, the main leader in the civil rights movement. What? Grandpa Walton was a homosexual and a main leader in America’s civil rights movement? Will was more important to the civil right’s movement than Martin Luther King!
Another important activist befriended and mentored by Will Geer was folk singer Woody Guthrie. The actor introduced Guthrie to both Peter Seeger and John Steinbeck. Throughout the 1940s, Geer frequently was on stage with Guthrie and fellow performer Burle Ives and appeared on many of the former’s records. All four, Gurthrie, Seeger, Steinbeck and Ives, had Communists ties. Will Geer was an active Communist most of his life.
It would be interesting to chase a few rabbits and look at some of the rest of the characters on the Walton’s TV show:
Grandma Walton was a lesbian and a chain-smoker. She was also known to be an avid and regular curser. She had a “husband”, but it was because lesbianism was not approved socially as it is now, but she was a lesbian till the day of her death.
Ralph Waite; the father was an alcoholic and a former Presbyterian Minister. His nine-year-old daughter died from leukemia. After her death, he lost his faith in God and quit the ministry.
Michael Learned, the mother was an alcoholic too. It was influential in her losing two marriages. It wasn’t until after the fifth season that she received the help that she needed.
Judy Norton, who played Mary Ellen, one of the Walton children, four years after the show ended, took off all her clothes for a photo shoot for a 1985 Playboy magazine. Instead of helping her career, it hurt it.
Mary McDonald, who played Erin, thought that breast implants might help her land better parts. This was also after the show had ended. But, instead, it led to health complications and she contracted Lupus.
Now, who was the screenwriter for the movie Broken Arrow? His name was Albert Maltz, who like Will Geer, refused to testify before the United States Congress about his alleged involvement with the Communist Party. Albert, like Will, was a Communist but refused to admit it to Congress.
He was born into an affluent Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York. He was educated at Columbia University, the university that the Frankfort School went to when it fled Germany. He was a known Communist.
The Frankfort school in Germany was the birthplace of cultural Marxism. As fate would have it, the National Socialists came to power in Germany in 1933. The year that the Jews declared war against Germany. It was a bad time and place to be a Jewish Marxist, as most of the school’s faculty was. So, the school moved to New York City, Columbia University, the bastion of Western culture at the time.
Maltz was a Communist who went to the main Communist University in the nation. And he was a Communist out of conviction, later telling an interviewer:
“I also read the Marxist classics. I still think it to be the noblest set of ideals ever penned by man.... Where else in political literature do you find thinkers saying that we were going to end all forms of human exploitation? Wage exploitation, exploitation of women by men, the exploitation of people of colour by white peoples, the exploitation of colonial countries by imperialist countries. And Marx spoke of the fact that socialism will be the kingdom of freedom, where man realizes himself in a way that humankind has never seen before. This was an inspiring body of literature to read.”
After he refused to answer any questions to the House Committee on Unamerican Activities about his Communist party membership, he became known as one of the Hollywood Ten. He was blacklisted along with the others who did the same thing as he did—refuse to answer the question to the House Committee on Un-American Activities: “Are you a Communist?”
Most Americans are apathetic to this. It was almost 70 years ago when it happened. One of the enemies that Germany fought against, Jewish Communism, fled to the United States both just before and during WWII. What is Communism anyway?
The following comes from Author Richard Hoskin’s book, Our Nordic Race, pages 53-55. The correct saying is, Russian Communism is bad, but pure Communism might be a good thing. This pure communism—this dream—requires a planned regimentation of people’s lives which would make the worst of the world’s tyrannies appear a paradise of freedom. A hard worker would be deprived of the fruits of his labor to give to the lazy, the hypochondriac, and the incompetent. There would be no marriage, since marriage, according to Karl Marx, is a form of slavery. The government initially would own all means of production and distribution and set quotas for everything, quotas which must be met if the system is to function. Small businesses and small farms would vanish to be replaced by large collective stores and farms. The theory says that as soon as everything is running smoothly all government would be abolished. Of course, if one farm or one factory should fail to meet a quota due to sickness or incompetence, the entire structure would become unbalanced.
And now comes the main point of Communism: Communist theory has dictated that for Communism to be world-wide there must be a “world man”. Who is this “world man”? It is a brown man. This was how the Communist “one race, one creed, one color” doctrine was born; manufactured to order by the Communist Party! Broken Arrow, Answers in Genesis and most of Judeo-Christianity are teaching the prominent doctrine of the Communist’s Party!
The Communists are students of racial history. They have studied and noted how our race in the past has deteriorated and fallen, often without a single enemy to help accelerate its downfall. The Nordic race has been destroyed in many countries by interracial marriages.
For every case of mixed mating resulting in a mixed-breed child, the Communist world benefits twofold. The Nordic race is denied a recruit to maintain their shrinking percentage of the world population, and the mongrel world gains a recruit to add to their growing percentage of colored people.
Albert Maltz was one of the mongrel/Jewish Communists who made a movie that taught Communist ideas. They hired a homosexual man who also was an avid Communist, who had been blacklisted as he had. And they also hired a girl who several years later did what the movie taught—married someone of another race. They are attempting to destroy the Nordic man entirely and have a brown world man—every person in the world would be a mixed-brown color.
The Communist’s ideas and the true Christian ideas are opposite of each other. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, the beacons of progressivism, are both disciples of Saul Alinsky, a devoted cultural Marxist Communist. Pastor Jim Jester, Pastor Everett Ramsey, Author Richard Hoskins, Pastor Larry Blanchard, Pastor Bill Finck, Pastor Jerry Wickey, several lay preachers, the late Pastor Mark Downey and a few other preachers of the remnant of Israel “read their Bibles the way I like it.”
The Communists won’t be happy until every single white woman has had sexual relations with a person of another race, and true Christianity won’t be happy until they are living separate from all other races; so separate that there is no possible chance for miscegenation.
May God have mercy to save us from this onslaught. May God have mercy on our souls.
To be continued.
Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.