The Unholy Seed - Part 6



Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 27, 2019

Scripture Reading: Revelation 22:14-15:

14) “Blessed are they that do His commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.

15) For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.”

I will have to postpone my planned sermon lesson for this week, as there must be some comments made on what happened this past week with the Covington Catholic High School “Colonels” students who were in Washington, D. C. participating in the March for Life that was against abortion. After the march was over, they had a few hours of free time before they had to meet at the Lincoln Memorial to catch their buses and return home. It was while they were all gathering there waiting for their buses, that the trouble escalated to a national event. Even the President of the United States got involved, as he tweeted:

Donald J. Trump


“Nick Sandmann and the students of Covington have become symbols of Fake News and how evil it can be. They have captivated the attention of the world, and I know they will use it for the good -- maybe even to bring people together. It started off unpleasant but can end in a dream!”

He even invited them to the White House after the government shutdown was over.

Also at the Lincoln Memorial, were individuals known as the Black Hebrew Israelites who were also marching for their cause, whatever that was, along with the Indigenous People March, with their leader—Nathan Phillips. There were a lot of people who were taking videos and sending them out on You-tube. Many of them went viral, especially the shorter version; two minutes instead of the one that was two hours. The two-hour video gave an entirely different picture of what happened, while the two-minute one gave an isolated and distorted view. Of course the media, being the “broadcasters of the truth” that they are, only reported what was in the short version of You-tube and slammed the high school boys and the high school as being racist.

It made the front page of the Tuesday Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper. Local and national talk shows were discussing and having interviews, and there was a quick response from the school authorities who very quickly apologized all over themselves and said that an investigation would be made, and discipline would be given, and if warranted--expulsion.

The school is located about ten minutes from where we are meeting today. It is in Park Hills, which is right next to Covington, Kentucky. I have a 92-year-old uncle who went to the Park Hills Elementary School which is very close to Covington Catholic High School. Right across the street from Covington Catholic, is the female parochial school, Mt. Notre Dame High School. You can see the back of this school as you drive on Interstate 75/71.

The mayor of Covington said that he is embarrassed because individuals are blaming his city for the students’ behavior and that the school is not in Covington but in Park Hills. I bet he didn’t say that when Covington Catholic won the state football/basketball championships the past few years.

The young man at the center of what has been described as a hostile confrontation with an Omaha tribal elder last week denounced what he called “outright lies” on Sunday (1/20/2019), saying he was trying to remain calm to defuse the tense situation.

“I am the student in the video who was confronted by the Native American protestor,” the young man, Nick Sandmann, a junior at Covington Catholic High School in Covington, Kentucky, said in a statement his family issued through a public relations firm.

The widely circulated video shows young men, many of them wearing Make America Great Again hats, appearing to surround a Native American troupe as it performed a song about strength and courage at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington on Friday afternoon.

Sandmann has become the face of the apparent confrontation, smiling silently only a foot or two from the face of Nathan Phillips, a Vietnam War veteran--or maybe he wasn’t. More about that later.

Nathan Phillips, a prominent activist for indigenous people’s causes:  Was he taunted or was he doing the taunting at the 2019 Indigenous Peoples March in Washington DC on January 18, 2019?He is a prominent activist for indigenous people’s causes. Critics have characterized the young man as smirking and trying to stare down Phillips. But other longer videos have complicated the narrative, suggesting that there was jeering by a separate group of people before the incident recorded on the most widely circulated video.

Sandmann said Sunday that when his group arrived at the Lincoln Memorial, the site of the Indigenous Peoples March on Friday, he heard “four African American protestors” who he said directed “derogatory insults at our school group.”

“They also taunted an African American student from my school by telling him that we would ‘harvest his organs,’” Sandmann said. “I have no idea what that insult means, but it was startling to hear.”

Sandmann said that with the permission of a teacher who was serving as a chaperone, he began leading the group of students in school spirit chants “to counter the hateful things that were being shouted at our group.”

After a few minutes, the native protesters began approaching, he said, “accompanied by at least one person with a camera.”

Referring to Phillips, Sandmann said: “I never interacted with this protestor. I did not speak to him. I did not make any hand gestures or other aggressive moves. To be honest, I was startled and confused as to why he had approached me. We had already been yelled at by another group of protestors, and when the second group approached I was worried that the situation was getting out of control where adults were attempting to provoke teenagers.”

“I believed that by remaining motionless and calm, I was helping to diffuse the situation,” he said. “I realized everyone had cameras and that perhaps a group of adults was trying to provoke a group of teenagers into a larger conflict. I said a silent prayer that the situation would not get out of hand.”

Sandmann, who said he has received death threats, strongly disputed characterizations that he is a racist, saying: “I am mortified that so many people have come to believe something that did not happen—that students from my school were chanting or acting in a racist fashion toward African Americans or Native Americans.”

“I did not do that, do not have hateful feelings in my heart, and did not witness any of my classmates doing that,” he said, adding: “I have read that Mr. Phillips is a veteran of the United States Marines. I thank him for his service and am grateful to anyone who puts on the uniform to defend our nation. If anyone has earned the right to speak freely, it is a U.S. Marine veteran.”

In the Sunday Enquirer in an article, Covington Catholic Faces Backlash Over Video by Max Londberg quotes Vincent Schilling a member of the Mohawk tribe: “I wanted so bad to walk up to those kids and say, ‘You know this is a Vietnam veteran, right?’”

This was a common thread throughout the many articles and emails throughout the world, that Nathan Phillips was a Vietnam veteran and deserved the respect of others. The article goes to quote his Indian friend again, “To see Mr. Phillips treated this way is an incalculable amount of disrespect, and it’s absolutely unacceptable to Native culture.”

The high school students were rushed by a band of Indians, led by an old Indian, Mr. Phillips, with a drum.  When asked why he felt compelled to speak up to the teens, Mr. Phillips said, “For me just to walk by and have a blind eye to it, something just didn’t allow me to do it.” The rest of the article accuses Covington Catholic of acting in a disrespectful way to Mr. Phillips, the great hero of the Vietnam War. In another article in USA Today, Covington Outrage Shows Danger of Mobs, Mr. Phillips is quoted as saying that “he believed the ‘beastly’ teenagers were ‘attacking the four black individuals’ and he intervened.” The interaction between the boys and Phillips followed, with Phillips beating his drum in front of them for a few minutes.


Who is this supposed leader of the Indian tribe? What is his background? He and they say he was a Vietnam veteran and he said that he did recon assignments. How was he raised in the Indian tribe? How was he as a teenager?

  1. Nathan Phillips did not serve in Vietnam. He is now 64 years old. That means that he was born in 1954 or 1955. The War was over in January of 1973. Nathan was just 18 years old when the War ended. According to his official Department of Defense release form, Nathan was in the service, but he never served outside of the country. He admitted on an interview with Savannah Guthrie on Thursday morning on the Today Show, that he never said that he was in Vietnam. He never left the states! With all the articles that said that he was, he should have corrected them, but he didn’t.

    Phillips was stationed stateside in the Marine Corps Reserves as a refrigeration mechanic and was cited for being AWOL three times. [Doesn’t that show that Nathan was not responsible for performing his military duties while he was in service?]

    After four years of service, he was discharged as a private. In a 2008 Indian Country Today article, it was reported that Phillips “described coming back to the U.S. as a veteran of the Vietnam era.” “People called me a baby killer and a hippie girl spit on me,” he said.

    The Lakota People’s Law Project, some of whose members participated in the Indigenous Peoples’ March with Phillips and later encountered the Covington students who had taken part in the March for Lifedescribed Phillips as a Vietnam veteran.

    That was incorrect, but Phillips himself appeared not to have claimed he was in Vietnam, repeatedly describing himself in interviews as a “Vietnam times veteran." In 2000, however, he described himself to the Washington Post as having been “a Marine Corps infantryman,” without mentioning that for the vast majority of his service he had been a refrigerator technician.

    Phillips did not respond to questions about his military record discrepancies. Nathan Phillips lied about being a Vietnam veteran and what he did in the service!

  2. Nathan Phillips has a criminal record, including assault and escape from jail, besides having misrepresented his military service. Phillips suggested that high school junior Nick Sandmann, the teenager at the center of the viral encounter, should face expulsion for failing to “accept any responsibility” or apologize to Phillips publicly. What????

    In his own teenage years and early 20s, Phillips, using his adoptive name Nathaniel R. Stanard, was charged with escaping from prison, assault, and several alcohol-related crimes, according to local news reports at the time from his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska.

    Phillips, who was 19 at the time, was “charged with escaping from the Nebraska Penal Complex where he was confined May 3,” according to a May 9, 1974, article in the Lincoln Star. The court approved a bond of $500 and set a preliminary hearing for May 14.

    He pleaded guilty to assault on June 19, 1974 and was fined $200. In addition, he was charged with underage possession of alcohol in 1972, 1973, and 1975, as well as negligent driving. A destruction of property charge against him was dropped in August 1973, but Phillips was sentenced to one-year probation for a related charge of alcohol possession by a minor. In December 1978, he was charged with driving without a license.

    Phillips did not respond about his military record discrepancies or his past criminal record.

  3. Phillips was not raised in an Indian tribe. When he was five years old, he was adopted by a non-Indian family whose name was “Stanard.” This was the last name that he used from that time on through his military service. He went to a public high school.

    So why did he criticize in an interview on Sunday with Rewire News, the Covington Catholic students for their behavior, saying Native American children would not be allowed to act that way?

    “We’re indigenous. We’re different than that. When we see our youth going the wrong way, we will go up and say, ‘You are doing the wrong thing there nephew, or grandson,’” he said.

    “This is just the wrong way. I tell them, ‘This is the way you have to behave. This is wrong, this is right. You gotta do it a certain way. We have protocols.'”

    “You know, if he [the Covington Catholic student] was my child, I would not be happy with the school officials right now to allow my child to behave that way. I don’t care if my child is that way,” added Phillips. “When he’s out in public, he’d better behave.”

    But Phillips was forcibly taken from his birth family at the age of five and struggled with alcoholism as a young man before becoming sober. He has also spent much of his life agitating for Native American causes and seeking his own identity as a member of the Omaha Tribe. When he was 21 he wasn’t even considered to be acting in a way the Indians acted.

    Phillips said: “I was raised away from my family. I was put in foster care and so I didn't have a traditional indigenous upbringing. I was brought up just like these young guys were brought up. Well, maybe I wasn’t [in] Catholic school, but I was in public school." Is Phillips really an elder in an Indian tribe and one of their spokesman?

  4. The interaction between the boys and Phillips followed, with Phillips beating his drum in front of them for a few minutes. The footage suggests they responded to his presence with goofy, jocular warmth. The most offensive sight is several students doing a stereotypical ‘tomahawk chop,’ a rude and disrespectful gesture to be sure. But overall, the students behaved unremarkably.

    The initial media narrative—that the boys had targeted, mobbed and harassed a Native American man in some hateful display of racism and white supremacy—appears to have been woefully misguided.”

  5. Mr. Phillips intervened between the two groups: The Black Hebrew Israelites and the Covington Catholic schoolboys. He referred to the teenagers as being “beastly” and that they were “attacking the four black individuals and he intervened.” So, Mr. Phillips got his drum and beat it talking or singing in a strange language and walked right in the middle of the high school group. He quickly came face to face with one student—Nick Sandmann. There he beat his drum, singing in a language that was unknown to his listeners, about a few inches from his face. How that was to diffuse anything; he was never asked.

    We can see in the video what happened:

    • Black Israelites were yelling rudely and hatefully at the anti-abortion white kids (and at the Indians and at other passerby’s),

    • The white kids began making noise to drown out the black insulters,

    • The high school students were rushed by a band of Indians, led by an old Indian, Mr. Phillips, with a drum,

    • The white kids just stood there.

    All this was racial harassment of white people, both from the blacks and the Indians.

    The media ran with “oh but look at his smirk, he’s giving hatred through that smirk” and went nuts with it, calling for violence against the lads, then they were condemned by the school itself which said it was going to start expelling these kids for having been attacked by this disreputable series of brown mobs.

    When asked why he felt compelled to speak up to the teens, Mr. Phillips said, “For me just to walk by and have a blind eye to it, something just didn’t allow me to do it.” Remember this answer as it will be repeated later in this sermon.

  6. Sandmann and Phillips. Several years ago, Nathan Phillips accused students at Eastern Michigan University, whose mascot used to be the Indian tribe of the Hurons, for dressing up as Indians at a party. It’s not the first time Phillips has been in the news due to a racist confrontation. In 2015, Phillips told WJBK-Fox 2 that he was attacked by a group of Eastern Michigan University students who were dressed as Native Americans at a themed party near Ypsilanti. After telling the group what they were doing was racially offensive, one of the students allegedly threw a full beer can at him, hitting him in the chest.

    The Eastern Michigan story ends there. No charges, no discipline taken against students, nothing. Even though a raucous party of students dressed in Native American garb hurled racial slurs and a beer at Nathan Phillips, nobody seems to have found enough evidence to do anything about it. And when he was asked why did he climb over the fence to confront the students, he said, “For me just to walk by and have a blind eye to it,” he said. “Something just didn’t allow me to do it.” The same thing that he said about the Lincoln Memorial fiasco.

    And it was like the situation at the Lincoln Memorial, as Phillips said that the students said very racist things. “They were making remarks to each other … (such as) ‘In my state those Indians are nothing but a bunch of drunks.’ How do I report that?” Phillips claimed, according to the AP. “These young people were just roughshodding through our space, like what’s been going on for 500 years here — just walking through our territories, feeling like ‘this is ours.’”

    Phillips also claimed he heard chants saying, “Build that wall” and people telling him to “go back to the reservation.” These are indeed disturbing allegations. One problem is that they can’t be proven, and there are multiple videos of the encounter. Savannah asked him about this claim that the students were shouting, “Build the wall.” She said it was not on any video that this was said. Mr. Phillips replied that he had heard it on some videos. Savannah then just said “okay”.

    Has Phillips come forward with an amazing, fictitious story that the video taken from the scene doesn’t seem to corroborate?

  7. Savannah failed to question him on this incident that happened just one day before the confrontation in the video. The Catholic News Agency reported that Phillips and a group of about 20 demonstrators on Saturday evening tried to force their way into the National Shrine Basilica in Washington, D.C. to shut down the Vigil Mass while “playing drums and chanting.”

    While demonstrators chanted and played ceremonial drums, protesters at a rally led by Nathan Phillips attempted January 19 to enter Washington, DC’s Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception during a Saturday evening Mass. The group of demonstrators was stopped by shrine security as it tried to enter the church during a Saturday evening Vigil Mass, according to a shrine security guard on duty during the Mass.

    “It was really upsetting,” the guard said. There were about 20 people trying to get in, we had to lock the doors and everything.” The guard said the incident was a disappointment during a busy and joyful weekend for the shrine.

    “We had hundreds and hundreds of people from all over the country come here to celebrate life, to celebrate each other together. That a protest tried to come inside during Mass was really the worst.” The guard said the situation was “tense. I’m just really grateful that nothing too bad happened, they were really angry.”

    A source close to the shrine’s leadership corroborated the security guard’s account, that during the Mass, Phillips and the group tried to enter the church while playing drums and chanting and were prohibited from entering the building by security personnel, who locked the main basilica doors with the congregation still inside.

    “In respect and reverence for the Mass, the individuals were not permitted to enter the Basilica due to the disruption it would have caused during the solemn Mass. The individuals were asked to leave the property after it was determined they did not intend to share in the celebration of Mass.”

    There is a video that shows the group, led by Phillips, ascending the front staircase of the basilica, chanting and playing drums. A smaller group of protesters appears to attempt to enter the basilica, while the larger group, continues to ascend the front stairs before stopping at a landing. The participants who attempted to enter the shrine can eventually be seen returning to the larger group of protesters.

    A California seminarian, who was not permitted by seminary officials to be publicly identified, spoke about his experience of the events.

    “I was outside when the protesters were coming up the steps of the basilica. I was curious because of the noise and chanting. At first, I didn’t take it too seriously, but as they came up the steps we were told to go inside - I was with a group of people from California there for the March for Life. The security people shut the doors and locked them.”

  8. Did you know that a member of your group of Indians engaged a student telling him to “go back to Europe where you came from, this is not your land?” Do you consider that respectful?

  9. Do you think anyone who wears a MAGA (Make America Great Again) cap is a racist, anti-Native American, homophobic and sexist?

  10. Why did you march up to the Covington Catholic students and start banging your drum instead of walking up to the adults from the Black Hebrew Israelites who were viciously insulting not only them, but members of your own group as well? Thank is the real question. Why were the Black Hebrew Israelites let off the hook? They were the most guilty of the three.


The news media, owned by the Jews, omitted talking to one group who was the worst of them all—the Black Hebrew Israelites. Of these three groups, this was the one that showed hatred, rudeness, offensiveness and criminal behavior; and as a result, got off scot-free. How is it free speech when you are shouting offensive, lying comments to passersby? I even thought that was against the law, as there have been several people in the last year who have been fired by saying just one offensive word! Why have these individuals been granted the right to be so offensive and evil without any repercussions?

Savannah talked to Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic teenager and Nathan Phillips the Indian drum beater about the incident. But who was ignored? In fact, who was ignored by almost every article written? No one said anything about this group except they were there, and they were broadcasting their views in a very rude, offensive way to their hearers. Is it free speech to shout to others that they are:

  1. “Racists”

  2. “Bigots”

  3. “White crackers”

  4. “Dusty assed crackers”

  5. “Child molesting faggots”

  6. “Incest kids”

  7. “We want to f____ your mother”

  8. “M_____ F______”

  9. “Jesus was black”

  10. “The blacks are the covenant people of God”

  11. “They taunted a black student from Covington Catholic and said to him that “they would harvest his organs”

  12. They even jeered the Native American activists: “You’re not supposed to worship eagles, buffalos, rams—that’s why the Lord took away your land”

  13. “Your president is a homosexual.” [None of the Covington Catholic students are old enough to vote.]

  14. Etc.

They said these many horrible things (plus a few good things about homosexuals), for over an hour. Most of these comments were directed at the Covington Catholic students and others who were there.

But no one said anything about them, except mention that they were there. No interviews, no hate comments, no one said that they should have their homes burnt down, they received no hate emails, no one said that they should be killed by being put in a wood chipper, etc. They kind of just disappeared and its was just Nathan Phillips and the Covington Catholic boys.

Should the Black Hebrew Israelites apologize? I have seen no one in the media question their strange and anti-social activities. If they wanted the students from Covington Catholic to apologize, what about the Black Hebrews? The Southern Poverty Law Center (the jewish hate group) lists them as being a “hate” group. This is the group that the prison allows to have their services in the jail, even though they are considered a “hate” group.

I would think that the Black Hebrew Israelites should have been arrested and told by the authorities to stop their harassment of innocent people. What do you think would have happened if the roles had been reversed? Would the Jewish press have penalized the students if they had called the blacks--niggers, child molesting faggots, incest kids, etc.?

Who are the Black Hebrew Israelites? The Black Hebrew Israelites trace their roots to 19th century America. Their founding belief is that African Americans are the direct descendants of the Israelites of the Old Testament and God’s chosen people. They claim the transatlantic slave trade was prophesied in the Book of Deuteronomy. For them, it’s proof of their ancestry. This is the one belief that unites all denominations.

There is no one founder, but early organized denominations combined Jewish and Christian traditions such as eating kosher, gospel singing, and wearing skull caps in prayer. The name Black Hebrew Israelites was coined in the 1960s; before that, members were called Black Jews.

A related belief holds that white people are Edomites, the genealogical descendants of Esau — the twin of Jacob. Let’s think about this last statement for a second:

  • They say that they are the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Since they are black, then these three fathers also must be black.

  • Isaac, who they say is black, had two twin sons—Esau and Jacob. They say that they are descended from son of Isaac and Rebekah, who were black. They say that White people are descended from his older twin, Esau, who were the son of Isaac and Rebekah, who was White.  I do not understand!

  • If White people are Edomites, are there no White people before this time? There are no White people after Esau either. For if Esau married two Hittite (Canaanite) women, his offspring was mongrel. So, this branch of the family was a Black/White mix? He then married an Ishmaelite woman, so this branch of his family was a Arab/White mix? There were no pure-blooded White people on the earth. Ridiculous!

  • If Blacks are the chosen of God, and White people are the descendants of Esau, then who are the Ashkenazi Jews descended from? The Sephardic Jews descended from? The Hassidic Jews descended from? The Reform Jews descended from?

The Black Hebrew Israelites are a black supremacist wing that is guilty of racism towards white people. They are known for aggressive street preaching. Notice the six-pointed star on the top of the heads.

I then discovered that former first lady Michelle Obama’s cousin Rabbi Capers Funnye is a prominent rabbi in Chicago. Funnye serves as an intermediary between mainstream African-American Jews and their Black Hebrew Israelite neighbors in Chicago.

“The First Lady is 12 years my junior, but she and my youngest sister were born eight days apart in 1964 and they were very close. I’ve been to the White House for a Hanukkah party, but I was one of about 400 Jewish leaders who were invited” the black rabbi uttered.

In October 2015, Rabbi Capers Funnye was installed as Chief Rabbi of the International Israelite Board of Rabbis.  In August 2016, he was inaugurated to that position.  The board is made up of “people who identify themselves as Black Jews or Israelites.”

The head man or leader of the Black Hebrew Israelites is Michele Obama’s cousin, a person who helped plan her wedding—a Black Jewish rabbi! Michele Obama’s cousin is the leader of the Black Hebrew Israelites—maybe that is why everyone had “hands off” of them. We will see. I will have to leave this here and come back to it in another sermon.

To find out more of what they believe, I went to their website and found the 25 common beliefs of the Black Hebrew Israelites:

25 Common Beliefs of the Black Hebrew Israelites

  1. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the creator of the universe is “The Most High” (El Elyon). He can be called Ahayah Asher Ahayah (I AM THAT I AM) or Ahayah (I AM (Exodus 3:14)). He is the Elohim(God) of Israel. He and only Him is Elohim.

  2. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the Torah (Law), or the first five books of a Christian Bible, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, must be observed. This includes the feasts (Leviticus 23), circumcision, weekly shabbat, tithes, offerings (burnt or not), consecration (Nazarites), eating clean foods, fasting, and the celebration of new moons.

  3. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that Yahshua, Yeshua, or Yahwahshi, Yahshayah, known as Jesus in Christianity, is the prophet prophesied by Moses (Deut. 18:18). He was a teacher, he observed and never taught against the Torah, he was a Jew [was He an Ashkenzazi, Sephardic, Hassidic or Reformed Jew?] (offspring of Judah), he was a man of color and the father (Ahayah) called him his son as he also called himself the son of the father. He came for the lost sheep of Israel (Matt. 15:25). He was crucified and rose out of the dead in three days.

  4. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that “The white men” or Europeans are descendants of Israel’s twin brother Esau, also known as Edom (Genesis 25:25). They also believe that The Most High, at the end of days has a stern punishment reserved for Esau’s children for enslaving the Hebrew Israelites. [See above for an analysis of this statement, for Esau couldn’t be the father of the White people, for his offspring would be mongrelized].

  5. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the descendants of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade slaves are the true and authentic children of Israel from the House of Judah (Levi, Judah, Benjamin) who went to Africa in 70 A.D fleeing Roman Persecution. They use as reference “From Babylon To Timbukto” which states that 1,000,000 Israelites fled to Africa during the Roman Persecution and a prophecy found in Deut. 28:68, which states that the Hebrew Israelites would return to Egypt (House of Bondage), in ships and no one would redeem them.

  6. Most Hebrew Israelites also believe that the Native Americans and their descendants, known as Hispanics are descendants of the 10 Lost tribes of the House of Israel. According to several Hebrew Israelites’ websites, the Native Americans, known as Native Indians, were exiled by the Assyrian King Salmanasar 722 B.C in ships. It took them one year to have gotten to the place, which is known today as America (North, South and Central). No one lived on the place before their arrival. (2nd Esdras 13:45-49, Apocrypha). They also use the pyramid built by the Aztecs to support their assertion.

  7. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that baptism with water can and should be done.

  8. Most Hebrew Israelites believe in marriage between a man and a woman.

  9. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the term Black Hebrew Israelites is not appropriate but is simply a pleonasm, as the Hebrew Israelites were originally black.

  10. Most Hebrew Israelites refuse to accept the Talmud because it was written by Europeans during the first century.

  11. Most Hebrew Israelites refuse to be called Jewish because the term Jew-ish is more definable as someone who is “sort of a Jew” or someone who follows Judaism, a religion they do not follow. [But they do follow parts of Judaism for they are led by their own black Jewish rabbi—Michelle Obama’s cousin!]

  12. Most Hebrew Israelites do not support marriage between a gentile (Non-Israelite) and an Israelite (Negroes, Hispanics, Native Americans, Seminole Indians). [Do they believe Non-Israelites include Jews—they why are they led by a Jewish Black Rabbi?]

  13. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the term Negro can be used to define the descendants of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade slaves and can be used to distinguish them from the Africans (Hamites). [Ham was a son of Noah, who was White, not Black].

  14. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that Israel (not the State of Israel) will be a nation again.

  15. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the Arabs (Ishmaelites), The Africans (Hamites) and the Europeans (Edomites) work together to enslave the House of Judah (Judah, Benjamin, Levi). [What about the other 10 tribes of Israel?]

  16. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that being an Israelite is not a religion but a nationality and a lifestyle.

  17. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that the fall of United States and the European rule is eminent.

  18. Most Hebrew Israelites reject Islam because it was founded by an Ishmaelite.

  19. Most Hebrew Israelites practice separatism instead of racism. In other words, Hebrew Israelites don’t judge based on color but whether your part of the Twelve Tribes of Israel or not. [That is not true. For they say that the 12 tribes of Israel are black, which means they are judging on color.]

  20. Most Hebrew Israelites reject the Khabbalah and the Quran.

  21. Most Hebrew Israelites reject Christmas, Halloween, and Easter.

  22. Most Hebrew Israelites reject Homosexuality and Transgenderism.

  23. Most Hebrew Israelites refuse to be called or compared as Christian. [They are correct on this one!]

  24. Most Hebrew Israelites believe that this (underneath) is the Twelve Tribes of Israel plus the rest scattered, who should be able to find their tribes by their father’s blood.

  • Judah — Black Americans

  • Benjamin — West Indians

  • Levi — Haitians

  • Simeon — Dominicans

  • Zebulun — Guatemalans, Panaman-ians

  • Ephraim — Puerto Ricans

  • Manasseh — Cubans

  • Gad — Native American Indians

  • Reuben — Seminole Indians

  • Asher — Colombians, Uruguayans

  • Naphtali — Argentines, Chileans

  • Issachar — Mexicans

[All these people are mongrels. Their organization is headed by a black Jewish rabbi.]


The Bishop of the Diocese of Covington Catholic High School has been horrible. The latest thing that he did was send a paper home to all the students who were on the trip to Washington DC, (about 250 students) with a place for their parent or guardian to sign giving permission for them to be interviewed by a private investigative company. Many of the parents and guardians have refused to sign the paper.

The parents of Nick Sandmann have also gotten a lawyer and are pursing the false media release of the story. The media picked on the wrong people. The lawyer, who is from Louisville, Kentucky, is a very high-powered lawyer who will go after the wrongful things done to the students. Wrongful things that were said and done can affect negatively the rest of their lives. The lawyer gave everyone who said the hurtful things on media a chance to say that they were wrong and change their view. If they did, they would not to be sued. If they didn’t, they would be sued. This case will go on for years.

The Jewish media is one of the main groups that will be sued. It will be very interesting to find out what happens. Truth is stranger than fiction.

To be continued.

Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.