• Dear People Who Have Left CI Because of All the Infighting...

    Dear People Who Have Left CI Because of All the Infighting

    What the hell do you think you're doing? Where in the Bible does Yahweh give us permission to take our leave from Christian Identity, or Christianity if you want to be technical about it, because a few people, or even numerous people, are calling each other names? Would you please point me in the direction of the verses -- or just a verse will do -- that sanctions this decision you've made to abandon the greater CI community, because I've looked and looked and can't find one? All I've been able to find are Galatians 6:9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not, 2 Timothy 2:3 Thou therefore endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ, 1 Corinthians 15:58 Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord, and Matthew 24:13 But he that endures unto the end the same shall be saved? But somehow I don't think any of these never-say-die verses served as your inspiration.

    You turned your back on CI because of the incessant, slanderous bickering that has plagued it for years. The frustration, the exasperation, the anger, the disgust, the outrage you felt as a result of all this internecine verbal warfare eventually proved too much for your delicate sensibilities and so you hit the road. You opted out of the two-seedline rat race, so to say, for quieter, more peaceable surroundings, where you could worship Yahweh in your own way, and at your own pace, without people screaming, "He's a Jew! He's a ZOGbot! He's a mamzer, I tell you!" in your ear, day in, day out. That's your excuse for departing and by all accounts you're sticking to it.

    Well, bully for you.

    While some of us have kept on spreading the Word and doing our utmost to encourage one another to continue in the faith, despite the ever-present squabbling, you've stormed off to get closer to Yahweh, yet farther away from those who are made in His image and whom you have been commanded to love and to serve. You call it worshiping the Father without all of the fussing and the infighting. I call it a dereliction of duty.

    Imagine if all the saints in the Old and New Testaments had packed it in when the going started to get a little too tough for their liking. How different the Bible would have been, then. There would have been no such thing as the patience of Job, for Job would have committed hari-kiri at the first sign of a suppurating boil. Jeremiah wouldn't have spent the best part of 40 years warning Judah to repent; he wouldn't have even spent the best part of 40 minutes. And the Apostle Paul would have tossed the towel in as soon as he heard that members of the early church resented him for instigating the unlawful execution of Stephen.

    These and many other hardy servants of the Most High kept on keeping on despite severe privations and fierce persecution by enemies who wanted to soak the earth in their blood. Only death could stop them from being about their Father's business. But all if took for you to turn tail and run was a few voices raised in indignation. What a pack of pikers. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves.

    Yahshua tells us that to be great in the kingdom of heaven we must become the servant of all. This means the focus of the bulk of our time and energy must be devoted to the needs of our fellow Israelites. Our needs, wants, and desires must run a distant second to everyone else's. This is what Yahweh expects of us, and that is what He in human form demonstrated to the disciples when He lowered Himself to wash their feet, and when He suffered unimaginable physical and spiritual agony on the cross, even though most of those He came to redeem with His shed blood reviled Him. But by taking an indefinite sabbatical from CI you've made this all about what you want and how you expect things to be. Well, I have some bad news for you all, things are never going to be the way you want them any time this side of the Second Coming. Our people have fought and abused each other since the Garden of Eden without letting up, and short of a miraculous moving of the Spirit or our being changed in the twinkling of an eye, that's not about to stop. But whether there's unity or disunity in the church ought to have no bearing on our service to Yahweh. It may come as a rude shock to some but our relationship with Him does not rest upon how terribly our CI kinsfolk may be treating one another. It rests upon our obedience to Him and nothing and nobody else. This means that even if everyone in Christian Identity but you is a seething torment of acrimony, backbiting, and evil speaking, you still fight the good fight come rain, hail, or Armageddon. That is your reasonable service, and anything less that is outright disobedience.

    Bowing out of the picture because too many of our folk just aren't getting along is not an option for us, certainly not one that meets with divine approval. If we can't cope with a few people flinging pejoratives at each other now, how on earth or heaven are we going to be able to cope when the feces hits the fan and we plunge headlong into what Scripture characterizes as the most tumultuous, appalling period in history? What are you pikers going to do then, hide under your beds with your eyes squeezed shut and your fingers jammed in your ears?

    Right now, Yahweh is preparing us for this rapidly approaching time by strengthening our faith so when things get bad -- and I mean really bad -- we won't crumble into a quivering pile of doubt and unbelief. Staying at our posts, regardless of all the bickering and schisms within CI, is a part of that strengthening process. You need to learn how to deal with it ASAP. If you think some of your fellow Israelites are cantankerous and unruly now, just imagine how bad they're going to be when there's little to no food or water, and cold-blooded murder in the streets has become the national past-time. Yahweh wants you be able to present a rock-solid testimony to them, one founded on unshakable faith and confidence in Him, so that they, as well and you, will live to see His Son ruling on earth. But as of this writing you have no testimony of which to speak. You've just gone off to parts unknown to mourn the good old days, when people in CI used to be kind and decent to each other and slander was kept to the barest minimum. If those days ever existed at all, they won't be coming back, not in the foreseeable future anyway. Even the slanderers have a testimony. It may not be the greatest of testimonies but at least when they're not hurling abuse at the subjects of their wrath and venom, they're imparting some bona fide DSCI doctrine. But what have you been doing -- you know, for Yahweh and His people -- lately? Nothing and next to nothing doesn't count.

    So where do you take it from here? Are you going to continue to hide your light under a bushel, or are you going to crawl out from under your beds and climb back on that bucking bronco we call Dual Seedline Christian Identity? Time is running out, and sitting on the sidelines just isn't going to cut it. Come back to where Yahweh planted you and start making a positive difference for your people while you still can.

    Sincerely

    Obie

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