Richard C. August
2004-10-21 02:15:32 UTC
I have recently dealt with certain Christians on Yahoo! Groups have no idea
what happens when you live in a racially mixed neighborhood. I post here my
replies to them.
They are top-posted.
How do you forgive some violent alien male when he is beating you with a
club and raping you while your children watch? Do you just smile and
whisper "I forgive you" when he is beating you to death, or do you grab a
weapon and defend yourself, knowing that no jury would convict you for
How do you forgive some gangster who comes in to the convenience store where
you might be working, claiming he wants to buy cigarettes, and then when you
open the cash register drawer, he pulls out a loaded TEC-9 and shoots you
while he "taps the till"? Do you kiss his face and hand him the keys to the
safe, or do you call the police and have him arrested, or do you grab the
pistol under the counter and begin shooting back?
How do you forgive some criminal who reaches into your pocket and grabs your
wallet, and then kicks you in the stomach and stabs you in the face? Will a
quiet "God bless you" work, or will beating the savage do the job?
How do you forgive the persons who continue to transgress against our NATION
by not working for a living to earn a decent dollar, but instead parasiting
off of OUR hard earned dollars by collecting public welfare and claiming
"entitlements" for "disabilities" which they have invented?
How do you forgive the illegal aliens who cross our borders and oust us from
our jobs, only because our former bosses know that it will be cheaper to pay
for a green card AND hire them AND pay off government officials AND pay them
their "benefits" because OUR GOVERNMENT GIVES THEM A TAX KICKBACK?
How do we forgive the thugs, druggies, thieves, pimps, and prostitutes from
destroying our once idyllic, pristine neighborhoods and turning them into
ravaged, smut-infested ghettoes? We allowed them to share our housing under
Christian charity, and they turned around and abused the privileges of that
Christian charity, particularly among non-whites in low-income subsidized
housing projects. How do we forgive them for threatening our lives and our
It's wonderful to think that we can live in an idyllic, sanitized, safe
society. It's wonderful to think that when someone wrongs us or commits
crimes against us, that we can "pray for them" and "speak words of love and
forgiveness to them". It is wonderful indeed to think that, but in reality,
that does not exist.
So how do we forgive those who rob us and threaten our lives? We do the
truly Christian thing, and in self-defense we send these robbers and
murderers to jail, to the hospital, or to the morgue. How do we forgive
those persons who insist on mooching off public assistance at our expense,
instead of working hard and doing their best at whatever jobs they have?
Unless they are truly HANDICAPPED and CANNOT work, we follow the Scripture:
"Pro 6:6 Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise:
Pro 6:7 Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler,
Pro 6:8 Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the
Pro 6:9 How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of
Pro 6:10 Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands
Pro 6:11 So shall thy poverty come as one that traveleth, and thy want as an
"(Pro 24:30) I went by the field of the slothful, and by the vineyard of the
man void of understanding;
(Pro 24:31) And, lo, it was all grown over with thorns, and nettles had
covered the face thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken down.
(Pro 24:32) Then I saw, and considered it well: I looked upon it, and
(Pro 24:33) Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the
hands to sleep:
(Pro 24:34) So shall thy poverty come as one that traveleth; and thy want as
an armed man."
We thus forgive the slothful, the sluggard, and the ignorant, by taking away
what little they have. We must deny them the public assistance which they
cannot deserve. We forgive them thus by forcing them, training them, or
otherwise compelling them to go to work to earn their living, or otherwise
we let them starve themselves to death. We cannot hand feed them any more.
How do we forgive pimps, prostitutes, thugs and thieves for their crimes?
We police our neighborhoods armed with whatever we can get, and we send them
to jail. How do we forgive drug pushers and purveyors of filth? We send
them to prison as well.
Mostly, how do we forgive the members of that alien race whose characters
call themselves "apes", "bros", "crips", "bloods", "homeys", and the dreaded
N word which we DARE NOT CALL THEM in the name of "civil rights"? We send
them collectively on a one-way trip back to Africa. We let them live, and
we may even apologize to them for enslaving their ancestors, but we must
send them back to Africa from whence they came.
How then do we also forgive the aliens who cross our borders illegally and
thus mercilessly force us out of our gainful employment? Will legislation
or words of apology or detention in a holding camp work? The only way we
can forgive this wretched flood of souls is by IMMEDIATE DEPORTATION coupled
with ARMED BORDER PATROLS, LOCKED, LOADED, and READY TO SHOOT TO KILL. We
forgive them also by DENYING THEM "ENTITLEMENTS" such as Welfare, Food
Stamps, and Housing, for which we ourselves have worked so hard. We send
them back to THEIR land, where they can live with themselves.
How do we forgive our parasites? If you found fleas and ticks on your dog
or cat, you would bathe the pet in medicated soap and water, and then put a
flea collar on it. You might even sprinkle medicated powder on it, and comb
or brush out the dead fleas and ticks and their nits. So must it be with te
human parasites with whom we share this planet. We must forgive them by
RIDDING OURSELVES OF THEM and applying the medication of enforcement of same
by rule of law and martial force.
Remember, hippies putting flowers in the gun-barrels of riot police didn't
stop the war in Viet Nam, and speaking words of "Christian love and
forgiveness" won't stop a mongrel thug from beating you or raping you or
killing you. The rotten, low-life thief and rapist will only laugh at you
and continue shooting you or beating you or killing you when you "pray for
him" and "forgive him his transgressions". Words of patience, love, and
forgiveness do not stop a flying bullet aimed at you; instead, dealing with
a criminal element as the mongrel curs which they are effects more
forgiveness than a whispered word alone.
This does not mean that we cannot reach these persons for Jesus Christ. It
DOES mean that we can reach them after we have dealt with them as the
traitors and miscreants they are -- in jail, in the hospital, on their own
country's turf, or in a halfway house or reform hostel, or even on their
deathbeds. Many persons have been reformed in the re-birth in Christ after
such a shock has been dealt to them, and their testimonies emit the fragrant
odor of our crucified Lord and Savior. However, many others do not have
such a miraculous recovery, and simply deserve the only forgiveness we can
give them, which is justice.
Make no mistake, I am a Christian. I am also a realist. I have a moral
compass based on the Bible, reality, and truth. The best forgiveness we can
give to anyone is strong, authoritarian, Christian moral character which is
expected of us, and to effectively police against those who do not possess
this character. Though this may sound like "hate speech", I assure you that
it is not out of hatred, but out of profound love for the people of God and
out of desire for our protection as a society, a nation, and a race. The
fight has now not only come to our cities but also to our televisions, our
newspapers, our magazines, our schools, and even our doorsteps.
(Heb 12:4) Ye have not yet resisted unto blood, striving against sin.
The resistance has now come to our doorsteps, and even to our families and
churches, and the "resistance unto blood", the fighting until the physical
death of ourselves and our enemies, is yet upon us. Please pray that God
would stay that great and horrible day from us if it is His will, but also
pray that it would all work out to God's glory and also our existence as a
people; for the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City and the 9/11
attacks are but a shadow of things to come.
God love and bless you all, and keep you in HIS precious peace. Amen.
Richard C. August
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 7:59 AM
Subject: [FamilyofGod] Christian Character
As Christians we need to maintain a Christ-like attitude at all
Ephesians 4:32 (KJV). Be kind the Bible tells us.
When a person is born again by the Spirit of God he/she becomes
a new creature in Christ. The inherent nature of
this life will then become gentle, gracious, kind,
good and benevolent. We would hope this would be true
of every person. Such characteristics will dominate
the entire life of the person. They make up the real
Christian personality. When the Bible tells us to be
tenderhearted it is in our relationship with other people, both
saved and unsaved. We should be moved to love, to pity,
to sorrow, to sympathy, and to understanding.
We should always forgive one another no matter how hurt we
get from others, especially of those not saved
because they don't even know any better. A forgiving
spirit is Christlike, for on the cross we are reminded
how Christ prayed for those who had so cruelly
treated Him and yet He said, Father forgive them for they
know not what they do. He is our example. If He can
forgive, so must we.
Jesus taught that His followers should be willing to forgive without
limit. Even as God hath forgive us, so should we forgive others,
especially those who despitefulloy use us. How many of us
have people who USE us for their own selfish purposes?
Learn to forgive them. Every Christian who tries really
hard to live up to these Biblical standards will be a
We need to GROW UP in the Lord and stop acting like babies.
We need to forgive at the moment of offense and pray for our
enemies. Don't think about retaliation. That is not our job.
It is our job to forgive and pray.
I know it's hard sometimes, but in the long run, you keep a right
relationship with the Heavenly Father, and isn't that far more