by Pastor Mark Downey
|Continued from Ungodliness of Being a Coward Part 1|
The worst sort of coward is the one who hides behind the mask of a hero, putting on the façade of a pious, godly benefactor, and acting like they're God's gift to the world. If I were one of New York's bravest (that's what they call their firemen … in fact there's a TV show called "The Bravest"), digging through the rubble of the World Trade Center looking for dead bodies, I would be infuriated with the lame government line and Orwellian explanation for that tragedy. But, I guess my generation has this Warren Commission mentality that accepts the criminal politics of whitewash, stonewall and cover-up as well as assassination and mass murder. Where us New York's finest (that's what they call their cops) when there is evidence of a jewish conspiracy in 9-11? Don't they have any detectives who can figure this out? Where is the 'resistance to tyranny is obedience to God' mentality, especially from people who know the truth, but from cowardice refuse to act on their moral beliefs for ulterior motives? This is the pathology of hypocrisy; seeing no evil yet squirming with the smell of death in the air.
Woe to the scribes, men of letters, who mold opinion as a potter with clay 'because they shut off the Kingdom of Heaven from men and prevent people from entering the government of God'. When a coward pretends to exercise the authority of God's Word and it is merely self-righteousness, I guarantee you from the Bible that their pretentious perspective of wonderfulness will receive the greater damnation and judgment. 'God bless America'? Not if we're cursed with cowards, a cancer of fraudulent leadership. When the talking heads (or is it tails? … remember in cartoon theology, the devil has a tail) tell us not to judge, what they are really telling us is to not try or test the spirit to see if it is of God. That would spoil their celebration of compromise and perversion. Nobody has a free pass or pardon from sin other than from the blood of Christ. The power of a lie can have people in abject submission, quivering in fear, but it is the truth that sets us free. A coward will exploit love for all the wrong reasons and in so doing, is not cultivating honor or virtue, but rather the rotten spiritless poltroon that is spoiling our race and faith.
We stand on the prism of a new millennium in which we Christians speak and act upon the wisdom of the ages bearing witness of that light that shineth in darkness. I say, give the cowards no quarter, because there is no panacea as effective for the paradigm of Christian revival than the wholehearted defiance against the enemies of Jesus Christ and that includes the cryptic oxymoron of judeo-churchianity and the heretical mutations of Christian Identity. No matter how much we offend those who are always offended at the slightest hint of truth, let us offend with the perspective that people have been offended for the last 2000 years. What prevents us from entering the Kingdom of Heaven is the ungodliness of cowards. Do we become someone's enemy because we tell them the truth? Obviously such was the case with Jesus whom they murdered. Indeed, Christianity has survived because of its martyrs. The circumstances surrounding the crucifixion are an excellent example of cowardice on all sides.
Among the disciples, there was a betrayer, namely Judas, who didn't waltz in with the SWAT team and point his finger at the Messiah. No, he gave them a sign with a kiss. "And forthwith he came to Jesus, and said, "Hail, Master", and kissed Him." (Mt. 26:49); the kiss of death from a coward who got paid. Had Peter known it was Judas, he probably would have whacked his head off rather than slicing the ear off a servant of the high priest. Later on, Peter himself would play the part of a coward, by denying the Lord three times, which Christ prophesied. Poor Peter wept bitterly and I think it's self explanatory as to why. The problem we have today with people who call themselves Christians and betray Christ at every opportunity for self gain is that they don't, or can't or won't recognize their cowardice, and if they do, there is no shame, no choking tears and certainly no repentance or change of heart. That is ungodliness approaching a reprobate mind. But even pathetic Judas returned the 30 pieces of silver to the temple and then committed suicide. What's really cowardly was what the chief priest and elders told Judas, "What is that to us? See to that yourself" Mt. 27:4. In other words they were saying 'not our problem, dude, go figure it out for yourself". Then they had the pious audacity to say they couldn't put that blood money in their bank, so thinking themselves as godly benefactors, they bought some graves for the poor. Even Pilate jumped on the coward's bandwagon in Matthew 27:24 AST: "And Pilate, seeing that nothing is gained, but rather an uproar happened, taking water he washed his hands before the crowd, saying, I am innocent from this blood". What a sanctimonious coward! Even more revealing was the response of the Christ killers to Pilate, saying "His blood be on us and on our children." How about that? ... future generations of mobocracy, a race of poltroons. Cowardice is in the blood of antichrist jews.
Jews have a historical reputation for causing injury, pain or loss to the goyim for their own benefit, gain and advantage. The jews did not invent cowardice; they mastered it into an art. Subhuman species such as negroidal or oriental have a more animal-like propensity for primal cowardice compared to hybrid species such as jewry who exhibit more sophisticated forms of cunning and craven modes of cowardice. For this fact of nature "the Lord shall make thee (the White race) the head and not the tail; and thou shall be above only, and not beneath, if you hearken unto the commandments of God" Deut. 28:13. Tails belong to animals, not man (Adamkind), hence, God's laws for us to be civilized, not wild. This sort of behavior is condemned throughout the Bible. It started with Cain going wild with jealousy against his brother. Our own patriarchs of the tribe of Israel sold their brother Joseph for 20 pieces of silver to aliens and then faked his death so that their father Jacob would think wild beasts ripped him to pieces. What was their problem with their brother Joseph? They hated him for his dreams and for his words (Gen. 37:8). And in verse 11 of the same chapter, they envied him. Joseph dreamed that they would make obeisance to him and, guess what? They did. Then, there are the spies who went into the land of Canaan (Numbers 13); the land God promised to the twelve tribes, which was indeed flowing with milk and honey; however when they returned to the wilderness, they gave an evil report of a country that devours its inhabitants who were giants comparing our people to grasshoppers. These spies cried 'we can't beat these humungous aliens. They're stronger than us!' But good ole Caleb, who also surveyed the land, said 'let's get up off our duff and go clobber them, for we are able to do it!' Why the discrepancy between spies? Some were just bankrupt of courage when confronted with danger and stirred up the congregation of Israel to murmur defeat, prompting the idea to return to Egypt as slaves, while on the other hand, Caleb "had another spirit" (Nu. 14:24) that believed God, inasmuch that if the Lord is pleased with us (non cowards), then He will bring us into this land and give it to us. He warns the cowards 'rebel not against the Lord. Don't be afraid of these Canaanites, because the Lord is with us and we can beat them'. (Num. 14:8-9) You know the story, the cowards died in the wilderness.
God doesn't want losers contaminating the fighting spirit of His battle ax and weapons of war. A weapon is worthless if it is not wielded in faith. It is cowardly to vicariously bear arms against someone else, letting someone else do your dirty work for you. You can read about David's great sin in II Samuel 11, when David set up Uriah for a fall on the battlefield so that he could get his wife, Bath-sheba. This cowardly act sorely displeased the Lord. The seven things God hates in Proverbs 6:16-19 are all ungodly behaviors and revert to a type of cowardice that is alien to our ancestry. It's not in our blood. When we act like cowards, there is something that has mongrelized our psyche. You don't suppose the browning of America has anything to do with our cultural demise and moral turpitude, do you? When was the last time you heard about a soldier in the U.S. military being court-martialed for being a coward? Hardly ever, because non dare call it cowardice. Why? Because the services protecting this country are entirely integrated and politically correct. Some racial groups are just not made of the right stuff to fight against all odds. Only one race is told by God that "five of you shall chase one hundred and a hundred of you shall put ten thousand to flight, and your enemies shall fall before you by the sword" (Lev. 26:8). One White man, Sampson, took the jawbone of an ass and slew a thousand Philistines.
One of the best kept top secret military reports, compiled by civilian investigators of WW II and other missions later, also covered up, is the fact about black GIs committing acts of violence, not on the front lines of battle, but killing, raping and other crimes against our civilian allies. The afro centric courses that celebrate black history praise the negro soldier of WW I as heroic defenders of America. The truth is, some 350,000 blacks served in the 92nd and 93rd Divisions and less than 800 died, most of which were non combat related accidents. Both of these divisions had White commanding officers. Concerning the black conduct during the Battle of Argonne, Col. Allen J. Greer of the 93rd Division said, "The Negro troops failed in all their missions. They laid down their arms and sneaked to the rear, until they were withdrawn. 32 Negro officers were reported for cowardice or failure to prevent their troops from retreating. The French and our White field officers did all that possibly could have been done, but the Negro troops were impossible." General C. C. Ballou of the 92nd offered an even harsher appraisal by saying, "The average Negro soldier is a rank coward in the dark and that trait renders him worthless in the service." General Mark Clark commanded the 92nd in Italy during WW II, and in his book 'Calculated Risk' said, "The 92nd gave a bad performance . . . It was the worst division I had." This was because the Negro units in combat were undependable under fire and prone to mass desertions. Actually, they were only on the front lines twice. On both occasions, the Germans launched counter-attacks because of the black troops' presence. Both times they dropped their weapons with the rout being led by their own black officers. How's that for leadership? Well, it seems the only way the Negro can glory in any honor is through the stacked deck of Affirmative Action and bingo, you've got a 4-Star General like Colin Powell, now Secretary of State, who is but a mere jawbone of an ass. The Tuskegee Airmen were black aviators who escorted U.S. supply planes from North Africa to Italy during WW II. Black educators instruct their pickaninies during Black History Month that these brave fly-boys never lost a plane. The fact is, they were never attacked or under fire. A few years ago this nigger was promoted to the highest rank which any enlisted man (I should say creature) can achieve. Sgt. Maj. Gene McKinny was charged with sexual harassment of seven women and rape of a pregnant married woman. All of the victims are White. The nigger was court-martialed and, as usual, snivel rights agitators have screamed racism. We are indeed living in a time when they call good evil and evil good.
What a tragedy and abomination for our people unable to identify cowards of our own race who have learned the way of the heathens and, in so doing, have become cowards themselves. Listen to chapter 1 of Joshua as we read in verse 9: "Have I not commanded you to be strong and of good courage. Be not afraid, dismayed or shrink, for your God is with you wherever you go", and in verses 10 and 11: "Joshua ordered the officers, go throughout the army and tell your troops to prepare to march . . . to go in to possess the country that God has given you." And to the tribes of Rueben and Gad forming the vanguard, vs. 14 says, "ye shall pass before your brethren armed, all the mighty men of valor, and help them"; and in verse 16, "and they replied to Joshua, we will do all that you order us, and wherever you send us, we will go"; and in verse 18, "every man who rebels against you, and will not obey your commands in whatever you order, shall die; you can only be strong and courageous." You cannot be a coward, lest you shall be put to death. Thank God, Christianity is intolerant of cowardice, for it is a matter of life and death.