Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Here are some interesting things which happen on this day.
1349 500 Jews are expelled from Nüremberg, Germany
1492 Columbus discovers Hispaniola (El Espanola/Haiti)
1496 Jews are expelled from Portugal by order of King Manuel I
1792 George Washington re-elected US President
1804 Thomas Jefferson re-elected US President
1832 Andrew Jackson re-elected President of US

In Arkansas a state senator is in deep trouble for commenting about the run-away population of Negroes and Mexicans.

Of course he was tearfully apologetic for his remarks which he made via email. The League of United Latin American Citizens are calling for the resignation of Sen. Denny Altes. Altes, however said he didn’t consider his comments to be racist.

In an email sent to Bill Vines, the former mayor of Ft. Smith, Altes wrote, "We are where we were with the black folks after the Revolutionary War. We can’t send them back [illegal aliens] and the more we anger them the worse it will be in the future. . . Sure we are being overrun but we are being out-populated by the blacks also."

On December 2nd we began broadcasting our weekly church service on Stormfront Radio. The broadcast is live and you can hear it at 12 PM Eastern time. We were preparing for problems, or at least a little difficulty, but every thing went perfect. Derrick Black, Scott Penderdergraft and Charity Perndergraft worked hard to make sure everything went smooth on this first broadcast. Charity and her father Scott have learned a lot and I suspect it will be smooth running each week.

I invite all of you to take a little time out of your busy lives to listen to the Sunday morning church broadcast coming from the Christian Revival Center at 12 PM.

If you have been looking for a church that teaches the Bible from a historical and well as a fundamental point of view this may be your answer. Even though most churches are afraid of the issue the fact is race is the central theme of the Bible. Be sure to listen each week and tell your friends also.

God bless you all!

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