Document: Enoch Powell’s “Rivers Of Blood” Speech (April 20, 1968)

The following is a transcript of a recording of Enoch Powell reading his speech, delivered on April 20, 1968 to the Annual General Meeting of the West Midlands Area Conservative Political Centre, Birmingham. The press labeled it the “Rivers of Blood” speech, after Powell’s quotation of Vergil, “the River Tiber foaming with much blood.” Continue reading “Document: Enoch Powell’s “Rivers Of Blood” Speech (April 20, 1968)”

The Pentecaust 5: The “Gospel” Coalition’s White Genocide Problem — And Ours

The Pentecaust, Episode 5: March 29, 2018 (download) (GabTV) (RSS)

The Pentecaust 4: God’s Covenant With The LGBTQ Synagogue

The Pentecaust, Episode 4: March 16, 2018 (download) (GabTV) (RSS)

  • Using the law against the corporate ruling class: A 20-year-old in Oregon sues Walmart for denying the purchase of rifles to those under 21, while the Georgia state legislature denies a tax break to Delta Airlines in retaliation for cutting off a discount to NRA members. (03:27)
  • The Church and the Jews: A Catholic cardinal and archbishop of the Chicago archdiocese apologizes to a synagogue for Christian attempts to proselytize. (33:36)
  • Whiteness and the university: The University of Minnesota invites an anti-white professor to advise on how to “decenter whiteness.” (56:08)

The Pentecaust: Parkland, Free Speech Cases, Southern Baptists & Demographic Replacement

The Pentecaust, Episode 3: March 1, 2018 (download) (RSS)

The Pentecaust: FISA, Mueller, 2020, Southern Baptists & Race

The Pentecaust, Episode 2: February 13, 2018 (download) (RSS)

  • The FISA Scandal: The House intelligence committee tells of the establishment’s public-private spy operation on candidate and president-elect Trump, revealing that his March 2017 “conspiracy theory” is a conspiracy reality. (01:19)
  • The Mueller investigation: Charles Steele’s collection of anti-Trump fan fiction continues to inspire the sore losers of 2016 to investigate the winner. Is the glass half full, or half empty? (24:16)
  • Democrats in 2020: A political party straddles a feigned affection for Heritage America and a struggle to maintain the Coalition of the Fringes. (39:17)
  • The Southern Baptist Convention and race: The SBC’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission prepares to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr., as its preachers wield race denial in one hand, and white guilt in the other. (56:56)

The Pentecaust: DACA, House IT Scandal, Pro-Life Mission Creep, Pyramid of White Supremacy

The Pentecaust, Episode 1: January 28, 2018 (download) (RSS)

Is Christian Love Egalitarian? Familial Duty In The New Testament

Christianity is often presented today as a religion whose adherents are to care for everyone “equally.” One logical tendency of this egalitarianism is to flatten all human affection, and thus deny the particular, natural affections for one’s own relations. But this denial runs counter to the explicit teaching of the New Testament whereby affection for kin is permitted, expected, and even demanded — a teaching affirmed by the example of Christ Himself. Continue reading “Is Christian Love Egalitarian? Familial Duty In The New Testament”

Christianity & Non-Discrimination: Equal In The Eyes Of God?

Christianity today is often portrayed as a religion of non-discrimination, whose adherents are not supposed to recognize or act upon distinctions between groups on the basis of race, sex, etc. But the arguments typically put forward are insufficient to establish non-discrimination as a matter of doctrine. A few of the more common viewpoints will be addressed here, namely that non-discrimination is demanded by some sort of equality of men in the eyes of God, by the supposed unimportance of biological differences, by man’s creation in the image of God, and by man’s common ancestry. Continue reading “Christianity & Non-Discrimination: Equal In The Eyes Of God?”

No “Respect Of Persons”: Biblical Impartiality, Or Non-Discrimination?

Throughout the Bible, one finds condemnation of “respect of persons,” a term most often referring to partiality in judgment. Some have claimed that this means condemnation of discrimination in general. The strongest example supporting this view is perhaps James 2:1-9, which popular theologian John Piper uses to claim that racism is a sin. But such attempts to expand the meaning of “respect of persons” in this passage are unwarranted, given the term’s use in context and elsewhere in Scripture. It is far more plausible that this passage encourages equitable judgment, instead of declaring a new teaching of non-discrimination. Continue reading “No “Respect Of Persons”: Biblical Impartiality, Or Non-Discrimination?”

Transcript: Jared Taylor at Towson University: “The Case for White Identity”

On October 2, 2012, Jared Taylor, editor of American Renaissance, spoke at Towson University at the invitation of a prospective White Student Union. Mr. Taylor argued that white students, and white Americans in general, have legitimate racial interests that are worth defending. Chief among them are ending racial preferences in universities and the workplace and stopping mass immigration. He also pointed out that racial diversity is not a strength, but a source of tension and conflict. Mr. Taylor gave prepared remarks for half an hour before fielding an hour’s worth of questions. Continue reading “Transcript: Jared Taylor at Towson University: “The Case for White Identity””