Monday, October 27, 2008

Pray for the Safety of Obama!

I don't like Obama. I think his politics would be harmful to this nation. I am disgusted with his association with Bill Ayers and his participation in a black nationalist church which proudly spoke of its allegience to Africa.

But, even though I don't like Obama I still pray for his protection. Why? Because I am concerned that some left-wing plot will assassinate him in an attempt to lay the blame on White Nationalists.

As bad as it may be if Obama is elected president, it would be even worse if he were killed. Such a misfortune would be used to silence the White Nationalist movement. Draconian Laws would be enacted and used against those of us who are working to awaken our people because they would claim that our publications, speeches, blogs, web site etc are all examples of "hate speech," and therefore responsible for the assassination.
Already, when we speak of preseving our White Heritage it is classified as hate speech. Only a fool or an enemy agent against our Faith and Freedom would even suggest such a thing. Besides, Obama is not the problem. He did not create the mess our nation is in today. He is not responsible for the change in our immigration laws which allow thousands of illegal aliens to flood into our nation each and every day. Obama did not take us into war in Iraq. Obama did not enact the civil right laws, nor push the Martin Luther King National Holiday down our throats. Obama is not the problem - he only symbolizes the problem.

The problem is that White people are demonized when they attempt to do the very things Negroes and other people of color are encouraged to do and that is to stand up for the interest, welfare and future of their race. Nationwide, Negroes and others have formed literally thousands of groups that are organized around their racial identity: Black firemen associations, black medical doctors, black journalists, black secretaries, black accountants etc. The same can be said for Asians, Arabs, Mexicans etc. Yet when white people attempt to form groups based on THEIR racial identity, they are demonized, called horrible names and face loss of income.

Obama is not the problem! Obama did not create free trade policies which has destroyed jobs for millions of working men and women in America. Obama was not the architect for Affirmative Action or Political Correctness.

In fact the election of Obama may very well be the very spark needed to awaken millions of our people to the need that it is time for white people to stick together. Obama is the proof of what we have been saying for many years. It s not a shock to us that Obama may soon sit on his throne. We have been telling white people for years that this is what will happen if we, as a people, do not learn our lessons from history and work together to save our Republic, preserve our heritage and secure a future for our children.

It has now come upon us. Already we see an awakening among our people. It is still only a spark, but it can grow.

The assinnation of Barack Obama would be like throwing an ocean of water on the spark. It would be the worse possible thing that could happen. It is for this reason that I am concerned that an enemy of the White Race may attempt to do him harm with the hopes of a backlash against White Nationalism.

To prevent this from happening, we need to pray for his safety and the awakening of our people!

For that reason I pray for Obama's protection against what I hope will never happen - an assassination attempt.

We must remain ever positive - reaching out to our White brothers and sisters with a message of hope and deliverance.

Only a unity of our people and the grace of Jesus Christ can deliver us from evil.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

what a loser...i respect the opinions of people but im sorry you are very ignorant and i hate your show white pride tv, you should be ashamed of yourself and to have some nerve to say that you are a christian. Please go to church sir, you are far from christian...you and your "followers"

Pastor Mark Downey said...

"One from among thy brethren shalt thou set king over thee; thou mayest not set a stranger over thee, which is not thy brother" Deut. 17:15. Why not pray for national repentance, rather than giving a free pass to sin? Whatever happened to II Chron. 7:14?

Pastor Mark Downey

Anonymous said...

I doubt jesus was white, he was probably far from it. Would he make a bad president? Just because of "what he represents"?

Anonymous said...

He is not asking for us to pray for him personally so he can have a free pass. He is saying that if anything happens to him it will look bad for the Rest of the White Nationalist movement. It sure would have been alot better if some idiot had not killed Martin Luther King Jr. What do we need another 50 years of White guilt and black "hero?" worship? Even though the King family thinks it wasn't James Ray that killed King and that it possibly was a govt. plot to destroy the white rights movement - it sure didn't help that so many misled white people fell into the trap of acting like they were for it by their stupid comments and appearing like they supported it. There is such a thing as being wise. I think the Bible talks about that too.

Anonymous said...

Common sense speaks loud and clear here. No Obamanation in the white house. but lets pray that cool heads prevail. Love not Hate. If Obama wins, it is a part of God's plan. The white race will be brought down farther and farther. Our people stopped considering their "latter end" long before now. Obama is what we get for not loving our people.

Pastor Mark Downey said...

An Obama win is not part of God's plan (read Hosea 8:4). God does not break His own Law. Were Whites told to pray for the safety of Nelson Mandela in South Africa, lest it go bad for the supporters of apartheid? The sin is the nation ignoring God's Law. Yesterday, two skindeads were arrested in TN for conspiring to assassinate Obama. Where's the draconian fallout? The sky is not falling if we focus on Christ. Again, II Chron. 7:14.

Pastor Mark Downey

Anonymous said...

About the Downey guys comment,
"As bad as it may be if Obama is elected president" and "In fact the election of Obama may very well be the very spark needed to awaken millions of our people to the need that it is time for white people to stick together." are quotes from Mr. Robb's post. Where does it say in the post that Obama should be president? I missed that and think you missed the point

Anonymous said...

Amen!

Anonymous said...

I thought that Pastor Robb's post was right on. I can't understand how anyone could have missed the point.

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Anonymous said...

I agree with that Downey Guy. Why should we care who becomes president? Obama is just as good as McCain - perhaps even better. Like Pastor Downey says by making a reference to 2 Chron 7:14, all we need to do is repent and get back to Jesus and stop being worried about who is president.

Anonymous said...

Sadly, most white people are not yet ready to repent. Many of them are simply not aware that voting for a Negro is against God's laws. How could they possibly know this? The TV Bible teachers would never dare mention it.

Many people believe the Shroud of Turin to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ. The Resurrection left an almost photographic image of Him on it. This image reveals Jesus to have been Aryan.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kusula/2096770912/

Pastor Mark Downey said...

I was asked, "Where does it say in the post that Obama should be president?" Advocacy is not the point. Entertaining a hypothesis without a biblical foundation is the concern. I think South Africa makes the point for us. I think there are better ways to convey a message of hope than praying for an immanent negro president.

Pastor Mark Downey

Anonymous said...

As a Knight I have watched these various comments for a few days now. I am a frequent poster on the members' site and have met Mr. Downey on a couple of occasions. I am writing this anonymously because I don't want to be in line for his verbal retaliation, though he be a nice enough person. I personally would not have put any of Mr. Downey's comments on this section, but I know that Pastor Robb holds dear his friendship with the Downeys and have heard him praise especially Mrs. Downey numerous times for bearing a good Christian testimony. I think Mr. Downey should know that his comments are very disrespectful and as he is an officer I don't understand why he feels the need to debate our national leader as to the choice in wording. If he truly feels that Pastor Robb is "advocating" a Negro for President then he should just quit with no hard feelings. But if he just wants to argue for the sake of argument, then I think he owes us all an apology or at least, you Pastor Robb. How are the rest of us supposed to think of an officer, pastor, and ex military man who clearly understand there is a chain of command. If he doesn't understand that then he should just be an average member and not a leader for any of us. I don't respect leaders who don't respect their leaders!!!!!!!!! If Mr.Downey doesn't understand something, I'm sure he knows how to use the phone for a private discussion with the Pastor so that it can be better explained to him.

NON SILBA SED ANTHAR

Please post this Pastor Robb. This is really upsetting me. You have my FULL support!

Pastor Mark Downey said...

I was on the phone today with Pastor Robb and all is well between us. No disrespect was given and no disrespect was taken. I have said for years that it's a war of words that our enemy has waged against us. I'm sorry if my words were misunderstood. We stand united against those who would try to bury us. God bless.

Pastor Mark Downey

Anonymous said...

i wasn't going to leave a comment, but now I'm like why the hell not. look, i admire people who speak their minds, but sometimes it's good to know when to shut up. i don't care about what racist and prejudice people (white or not) think and say because they can't have an opinion of other races,genders, or religions if they don't really know them. it's like a native American saying, "i don't like Russians because their white and their ancestors took my people's land, tried to enslave them but failed, and infested them with small pox and other diseases that Europeans brought with them." first, the native American can't say that because Russia wasn't part of the colonization of the Americas and two, i don't think that Russia really gives a crap. people say that blacks are voting for Obama because his 1/2 black, so what? i know it's bad to vote for someone based on their race, gender, or religion, but come on! most of these blacks ancestors had to suffer under the hands of white slave owners, who, robbed them of their natural born right: to be free. so what if they're voting for him because his black, most of the people around the world love obama and want him to be the president. for those people who don't think ahead, do you know what this war in Iraq is costing the US? not only billions of dollars, but the world countries are starting to hate and go against the US which means that soon the US will lose world power and influence. if we elect obama (or any other fresh candidate) then we could "make" the world love us again. i'm not saying that McCain won't do this as well, but the world (and Germany) want obama and i say for our futures sake why the hell not, it can't be any worse than what would happen if we keep fighting in the middle east. so, people stop being ignorant, i'm like mccain, sarah palin, joe biden, and obama and i wish good luck to both candidates! i wish everyone well and i hope that the economy gets better! oh, while we're on the subject of Jesus...jesus said that the greatest commandment was to LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF AND TO DO GOOD TO THOSE WHO WANT TO HURT YOU..i'll end at that note.

Marshflower said...

Well said.

Anonymous said...

you do realize the bible was probably written by some schizo or something right? And you can hate blacks and asians and white jews all you want, don't call it freedom of speech. I do agree with what you said about how whites can't do the same things that minorities do, but that's because we were never opressed.

oh btw, you might want to work on changing your klan slogan from "A message of love NOT HATE"

that's not very believable.