On Israel: the Church or the Jews?

From the Vanguard America Chaplaincy. With the advent of popular dispensationalist theology, the American Protestant community has found itself on one side of the Christian response to the Jewish question. Most will say that the Church is distinct from Israel, which ought to be only applied to the Jews. Jews, in their understanding, are still … Continue reading On Israel: the Church or the Jews?

Maryland, Sanctuary of the Criminals

A story has broken through the mainstream media in the last day or so about a rape case concerning a 14 year old girl in Rockville, Maryland. This vile act was committed by two foreign criminals from Central America, one of which was in this country illegally and had been caught previously crossing into our … Continue reading Maryland, Sanctuary of the Criminals

The Warrior Spirit of American Fascists

We are brothers in arms and put those beside us before ourselves. We face the enemy on equal footing and show them respect where it is due, and deny all mercy when it is not earned. We are men of integrity, honor, and valor. We are White, we are nationalists, and we are Fascists. When … Continue reading The Warrior Spirit of American Fascists

A Futile Struggle

The story of the struggle for racial equality in the United States is, coincidentally, the best evidence for the lack of equality between the races.There are two ways you can bring about equality between two groups:, equality of opportunity,and equality of results. The 14th amendment and later Supreme Court decisions targeted the former. The goal … Continue reading A Futile Struggle

The Case For One’s Kin

It’s parroted over and over in our media, in our schools, and by our politicians; diversity is not only a strength, but a cultural phenomenon worthy of the sincerest of praise. When diversity comes to mind to the average Westerner, he may picture men and women from all over the world coming together in mutual … Continue reading The Case For One’s Kin