FHA & Statement of Faith

FHA (Frequently Hurled Accusations)

– “You’re antisemitic!

As much as I’d like to point out its silliness, let’s work with the modern NewSpeak definition of “antisemitism” as “hatred of Jews”.

We are not motivated by hatred of Jews. Nowhere on this site will you find hatred expressed for Jews. What usually brings on this accusation is

(1) Our stance that the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Germanic, Scandinavian, and kindred peoples are Israel, and not the people commonly recognized as “Israel” today, and
(2) Anything we might bring forth which identifies Judaists as being the primary antichrist force behind media, economy, entertainment, education, etc today.

It’s amusing (or rather, would be, if it wasn’t so tragic) that nobody bats an eye when modern Jews claim to be God’s Covenant People, but when Europeans point to pertinent Scripture and say there’s been a case of mistaken identity in this matter, suddenly it’s evil. The hypocrisy is astounding.

Statements pointing out that Jews are in the wrong or are not what they claim to be are not inherently “antisemitic”. We encourage everyone to look into everything we put forth, to see if they are so. If the truth happens to point the finger at Jewish powers, so what? It remains the truth. If the truth is anti-Judaism, then perhaps Judaism is anti-truth.

Jesus said, “The truth will make you free.” (John 8:32). Therefore, the truth is our main focus. The freedom resultant of that truth is our goal. We don’t care who falls on the wrong side of it. And neither should you.

– “You’re Nazis!

Of all the accusations, this is probably the most laughable. We might hold that the so-called “Holocaust” is a mathematical, statistical, demographical, and logistical impossibility (not to mention a huge money-maker and political tool for a certain group of people), and we might point out the evils of Judaism — but that by no means implies that we’re Hitler sympathizers. The Third Reich was a humanistic, statist regime with plenty of issues. While we call the “Holocaust” into serious question, there is no doubt that, early in his rule, Hitler ordered the euthanizing of those deemed “mentally unfit”. This was indeed a holocaust, and one which should be decried.

As a Catholic, Hitler was not a Biblical Christian. Hitler may have had good intentions for his people at the outset of his rule, but intentions do not excuse actions. As the saying accurately goes, “Power corrupts.” His views were humanistic, and as his rule progressed the amount of blood on his hands grew. We on this site by no means excuse this.

We follow nobody other than Jesus Christ, whose Sixth Commandment is, “You shall not murder”, and we idolize no earthly ruler, no matter who or when he is. We do not espouse National Socialism, or socialism of any kind. You’ll find no swastikas or iron crosses on this site. We haven’t heiled any Hitlers and we don’t plan on it.

– “You’re a cult!

This accusation only demonstrates gross ignorance. Those who hold to the Anglo-Israel message come from a variety of backgrounds and hold a variety of beliefs. A cult, in the modern sense of the word, is a group of people who all believe the same things and all follow a specific leader — a gaggle of mindless, brainwashed followers. Nothing could be further from the truth regarding the Israel message.

Our book is the Bible. Our law is God’s Law. We are students of history and Scripture and arrive at our conclusions through study, thought, and prayer. There is nothing cultic about that.

If anything, the term “cult” would be better applied to the various Judeo-Christian denominations, who have all shoved themselves into specific denominational boxes and blindly follow their denominational creeds and leaders. Try as you might, you can’t point to one founder or leader whom all believers of the Anglo-Israel message follow and obey, or to a specific creed. It spans people of many belief systems – Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal, Church of Christ, Anglican, non-denominationalists, and many more.

– “You’re a hate group!

Hate does not motivate us. You’d know this if you took a little time to learn what we’re about. We are motivated by love for God’s Law and His Kingdom. That being said, you can’t love one thing without hating its opposite. Therefore, if we love God’s Law and His Kingdom, then we will naturally hate and oppose whatever stands against them. This holds true for any belief system and its adherents.

We do not believe in murder, theft, or any form of terrorism. We seek to “be at peace with all men” (Romans 12:18, Hebrews 12:14). We only seek to spread the Word of God and Christ’s Kingdom, not to inflict injury or injustice. If that Word denounces certain people and their practices, then naturally clashes will take place. But we aren’t out to commit any form of injustice. The weapon issued to us by our King is the Sword of the Spirit, the Bible. The Kingdom of God is not advanced through bloodshed.

Meanwhile, there are plenty of government-sanctioned organizations who have unjustly persecuted us over the decades through harassment, imprisonment, and worse. We have been falsely vilified by news media, preachers, “educators”, government, and entertainment.

So the question is: Who’s really the hate group?

– “You’re racists!

If by “racist” you mean that we hate anyone who isn’t white, again, that’s a baseless accusation and far from the truth.

True, we don’t hold to the trope that “there’s only one race — the human race”. We don’t believe all races share the same origin. We don’t believe everyone is equal regardless of race. But the assertion that this can only mean we hate anyone who isn’t white is baseless propaganda and emotionalism. Turn off your TV and read a book.

We believe that, when the Anglo-Saxon people get themselves in line with the Word of God, we will serve as an example and light to the other nations of the world to follow and emulate (Deuteronomy 4:5-8). We believe that God’s Covenant People were chosen to be a light to the rest of the world, and that thereby all the families of the earth are to be blessed (Genesis 12:3, 28:14). Our mission is to first bring the light of God’s Word to his genetic Covenant People, and thereby to the rest of the world. This is love, not hate.

– “You’re anarchists!

We recognize the government and law of the Kingdom of Christ as superseding any and all governments of men. This is in keeping with the declaration of Christ that ALL authority has been given to Him in heaven and on earth (Matthew 28:28) and the apostles own confession that we ought to obey God rather than men (Acts 5:29). We hold that the laws of God are real and true, and the so-called “laws” of man are a mockery of God’s.

This does not make us anarchists. An anarchist believes in no rule or government at all. We simply uphold another government over and above all others – whether anyone else considers it legitimate or not. We would be more accurately described as activists and idealists, but certainly not as anarchists.

– “You’re bigots!”

Considering the word comes from the German for “by God”, we’ll take that as a compliment. Thanks! We try.

– “You’re intolerant!”

Everyone is intolerant toward whatever they oppose. You’re intolerant. We’re intolerant. There is literally nobody who is not intolerant of something. So yeah. We’re intolerant.

For example, we’re intolerant of the kind of stupidity that thinks an accusation of intolerance is a valid argument.

– “You’re offensive!”

Suck it up, Buttercup. Jesus and His messengers weren’t persecuted for being inoffensive. Truth is offensive to those on the wrong side of it. If you can’t take it, go back to your safe space. We aren’t interested in wimps anyway.

– “The globe in your logo is proof you’re a sun worshiper!”

Does Mom know you got out of your basement bedroom?

– “I can’t take you seriously because you don’t observe the right Sabbath/exclusively use the KJV/use the right rendition of the Sacred Name.”

We can’t take Pharisees seriously, so I guess that makes us even. Seeya.

– “You have speakers and writers on your site who’ve been named by the government, ADL, B’nai Brith, SPLC, ACLU, and the news as white supremacists, terrorists, subversives, Nazis, and hate mongers!”

Jesus said regarding these speakers and writers, and people like them: “Blessed are you when people insult you and persecute you, and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of Me. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great; for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” (Matthew 5:11-12) Don’t be a lemming. Don’t believe everything the powers that be tell you. When threatened by the truth, liars lie about the truth and the ones telling it. That’s how it is and always has been. This site does not promote anyone guilty of acts of violence or other evil.


Statement of Faith

Some major points of what we believe, relying on Scripture.