The Protestant White Nationalist Party of Kentucky
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#1 Jan 18, 2013
The Protestant White Nationalist Party of Kentucky
The PWN recognizes that there is a civil minority remnant of blacks in America. However, the PWN is sick of watching our race being targets for violent hate crimes committed by the majority savage blacks (See here). We are sick of the way white liberal race traitors use the very presence of the black community to destroy every last remnant of the traditional White Christian Patriarchal culture of our ancestors in the British Isles . Therefore, the PWN advocates a general separation of races between white and black.
#2 Jan 18, 2013
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#3 Jan 18, 2013
Good! You stupid racists deserve it! And u say... "the majority savage blacks" ? What planet do u live on ? Blacks in Louisville is 22%... in other counties in KY, it's less than 1%.
Down w/ Patriarchy! Down w/ Racism! Down w/ Hierarchy! Down w/ WASPs! Down w/ Protestants! Down w/ KKK (a Protestant Organization)!
#4 Jan 18, 2013
Protestants are nothing but angry Catholics and they together are the most violent, corrupt, and nonbiblical false teachers to disgrace the Lords creation.
As a believer this is an absolute embarrassment for these monsters to be assciated with the name of Christ!
#5 Jan 18, 2013
I did not say that blacks were the majority population. I said that the majority of blacks are savage.
#6 Jan 18, 2013
Can you please prove your accusations with some kind of evidence? Many protestant historians have shown that the Roman Inquisition killed and tortured over 50 million people in its 605 year history. An average of about 40,000 a year. Notice I did not say 50 million people all at once in a one geographical location. I said about an avergae of 40,000 a year in many different countries.
The 30 years war was started by Catholics and the Spanish Armada was one of many violent attemnpts to invade the land of my ansestors by Roman Catholics.
What are you a believer in?
#8 Jan 18, 2013
The Protestants were such sick savages, in addition to the Ku Klux Klan they formed, and all the "lynchings" (basically, creating Jesus Christs all throughout the South), they also genocided the Indians, and all this murder and bloodshed and hatred... seems to be the opposite of what Jesus Christ said.
WASPSy Protestants also hated the Irish and the German immigrants, because they weren't "white" enough. Also, because the Catholics had picnics on Sunday, and believed in "Continental Sundays", instead of the prudish, stuckup, psychoticness of Protestants' Sundays, where nobody was allowed to smile, or express themselves in any way, shape, or form. Protestants were such prudes, they were against Christmas. Original Puritan settlements would fine 5 shillings if you had a Christmas Tree...
Do u realize who brought the Christmas Tree to America ? Yup... German Catholics.
In 1855, the WASPy Gringo Cracka Eurotrash Protestants attacked the Irish and Germans in Louisville AND in Cincinnati, because they were making gains in the elections, and because of the rise of the Know-Nothing Party. In Louisville, this riot, which killed over 100 folks, even though "22" is the official death toll, started in Butchertown. The Ku Klux Klan... The Know-Nothing Nativists... the anti-Christmas trees... the anti-picnics... the anti-Blacks/Germans/Irish/Ever ybody... is ridiculous. The WASPs were also against alcohol... but again, the German influence was too great, and eventually, because of the German Catholics, and not the Protestants, Prohibition was ended.
The Gangs of New York:
#9 Jan 18, 2013
Here in Louisville, the murderous savage revengeful bloodthirsty mob, murdered Germans in Butchertown, and Irish in West End, was known as Bloody Monday: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloody_Monday
#10 Jan 19, 2013
“The Protestants were such sick savages, in addition to the Ku Klux Klan”
>>>I already had to correct you about this on the “What's the Evilest, Sickest, Most Depraved Chri...” thread. There is no THE KKK. There were many. Which one are you talking about?
“they also genocided the Indians”
>>>I also corrected you about this on the thread listed above and I have already shown you my blogs about this lie here:
section:“Concerning the American Indians”
Philip Sheridan was a Yankee and he was under orders from a Jesuit named De Smet.
“WASPS Protestants also hated the Irish”
>>>Many Irish were Protestant and still are but one can only understand this hatred after the Irish Rebellion. In 1641 Irish Roman Catholics massacred tens of thousands of Protestants. Some have tried to argue that the number of Irish Protestants killed in this massacre was only a few thousand. This is refuted by the writings of Irish Jesuit Con a Mahony who said in a book printed at Lisbon in 1645,
“My dear Irish,—Go on and perfect the work of your liberty and defence, which is so happily begun by you; and kill all the heretics, and all that do assist and defend them.
You have in the space of four or five years, that is, between the years 1641 and 1645, wherein I write this, killed *********150,000 heretics********** as your enemies acknowledge. Neither do I deny it. And for my own part, as I verily believe you have killed more of them, so I would to God you had killed them all—which you must either do, or drive them all out of Ireland, that our [Catholic] Holy Land may be plagued no longer with such a ...
barbarous, ignorant and lawless generation of people.” A Dissertation on the Numbers
“and the German immigrants, because they weren't "white" enough.”
>>>I’ll need some kind of reference for this please.
“Also, because the Catholics had picnics on Sunday, and believed in "Continental Sundays", instead of the prudish, stuckup, psychoticness of Protestants' Sundays, where nobody was allowed to smile, or express themselves in any way, shape, or form.”
>>>Assertions are not historical citations. I need names, dates, places, page numbers.
“Protestants were such prudes, they were against Christmas. Original Puritan settlements would fine 5 shillings if you had a Christmas Tree...”
>>>Praise God for these people who were laying the foundations for rational thought and human progress instead of childish mythological myth.
“Do u realize who brought the Christmas Tree to America ? Yup... German Catholics.”
>>>Do you seriously think I am troubled by this? Christmas is a blight and a stain on Christianity. The secular world even blasphemes Christ for this Anchoretic lie.
“The WASPs were also against alcohol”
>>>Prohibition was an outgrowth of abolition and that was a Yankee plot not a Protestant one.
“... but again, the German influence was too great, and eventually, because of the German Catholics, and not the Protestants, Prohibition was ended”
>>>That is because Protestantism had been annihilated by the Communist Revolution, I mean the Civil War.
“The Gangs of New York: http://www.youtube.com/watch ...”
>>>The more I speak with Liberals and other Communists I am fascinated to see that you people really think that Movies are Historical Citations. Sheep.
#11 Jan 19, 2013
With referecne to the violence against the Catholic Immigrants, I have no guilt whatsoever for what they did. Catholics had already proved for centuries that they would not live peaceably among Protestants and would do anything they could to assasinate their leaders and overthrow their governments pursuant to Inquisitional genocide.
The St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
The Babington Plot
The Spanish Armada
The Gunpowder Plot
The Irish Rebellion
The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes
The Creation of Freemasonry by the Jesuit order.
The Jesuit Reductions and the Jesuit Suppression 1773
The infiltration of the Jesuits into the English Treasury which was behind our Revolution.
The Creation of the Illuminati by Jesuit Professor of casnaon law Adam Weishaupt
Do I seriously need to go on?
#12 Jan 19, 2013
Sorry, Canon Law
#13 Jan 19, 2013
what do i believe? Jesus Christ!
protestants are the harlot children of the whore catholic church. the Bible doesnt in any way teach denominational religion, in fact it is against it. protestants do nothing but follow the traditions of men and disregard the Word of God! all protestants seem to realize the catholics apostasy but are to blinded by mens words to see that they follow catholic doctrine. when you are choosing a protestant religion all you are doing is picking how catholic you actually want to be.
follow GOD, not men
#14 Jan 19, 2013
The largest empire ever was created by the atheist Soviet Union.
#15 Jan 19, 2013
The US is an Empire... and purports to be a Christian nation... something Drake said from above, is that the murder of German Catholics in 1855 in Louisville was "okay" to him, because of past crimes of Catholics. That's racist. That's putting on everybody the crimes of others. That's not right. He's for the murdering of innocents... that's how "Protestant" he is... and being Protestant just means that you aren't a Catholic. That's it. We're all Christians, right ?
But some of us actually listen to Jesus's words, and some of us actually care. Some of us want to do right in this world, and make it a better place. There's such a thing as social teaching that the Catholics teach: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_social_... So yeah, there's barbarity that the Church has committed... sure, just like the KKK is Protestant and the Puritans were too (they are NOT Catholics; therefore those "Christians" were Protestants), all groups may have evil strands going through them... but those of us who want to help the poor, teach our neighbors the way we want to be treated, you know the Golden Rule... those who want to do good in this world, those folks should get together, and do it. They should produce good. We can make this world a better place, but not with pessimistic folks. Not with folks who are okay with murder and bloodshed. No, the German Catholics in Louisville did not deserve to be slaughtered, but history showed that violence works. The Mississippi Plan showed us w/ the KKK, if you terrorize the population, then nobody will vote, and you win. And Fear is stronger than Love. Fear is a great controlling mechanism. The 1855 Bloody Monday riots in Louisville led to a mass exodus of German and Irish immigrants... when all white people are immigrants! We're all Eurotrash! And Eurotrash we are... who came to America? Not the folks Europe wanted. It was the outcasts. The poor dying to breathe free. The religious fanatics who didn't want to listen to the Vatican, or the German Catholics who didn't want to listen to Otto Von Bismarck when he passed an anti-Catholic law... in the 1870s. And Hitler killed the Jews. I dont believe what the Muslims believe, or the Jews, or other religions, but I'm not about to start bashing them. If they want to exist, then by all means, exist. We're a free nation, and when all religions, across all boundaries, are believing in the same creator, adn in the Golden Rule, you'd think we'd start to get along w/ one another. You'd think so. I do, at least.
#16 Jan 19, 2013
Drake from above also defend the Ku Klux Klan as a bunch of "patriots". He's also for "white nationalism", which is Hitlereque, and Ku Klux Klanish... so it's not a surprise to me, that he would think the execution of poor innocent Catholics, just simple folks who want to do good in this world, would be acceptable. It's not. The Spanish Inquisition wasn't any good, Chris Columbus wasn't any good, and neither was Hitler. We need to oust out the evil elements of religion, the exclusion, the hatred, the "My God is better than your God" complex, and actually listen to Jesus Christ's words... and all Jesus Christ wanted us to do, was to love one another.
#17 Jan 20, 2013
Interesting enough, I appreciate this conversation... not the insults, but the conversation.
You quote lots of European events and dates and massacres. Some of your evidence is just a failed plot, like the Gunpowder Plot, which killed nobody... but was targeting King James I, of the King James Bible... a tyrant, and a revisionist. He wrote up his own Bible... George Carlin said that he makes it a habit to not believe a single word of government officials, which is a good rule. I don't care for the King James Bible.
But let's keep events here in the US. Here in the US, Protestant Anglo Saxons...
#18 Jan 20, 2013
The Protestant Anglo Saxons were the ones who started coming to America. Germans didn't come to American until the late 1700s, which it's greatest influx of immigrants in the middle 1800s. Most Germans were Catholics, but not all of them were. The Protestant Anglo-Saxons are the ones his website references http://eternalpropositions.wordpress.com/2012... and defends. Just like Hitler. He's trying to make a continuity of Protestants...
So where Protestants here before the German Catholic influx ? If they weren't Anglo-Saxon Protestants, then who were they ?
You also speak up against Christmas, and Christmas trees. Well, that's funny, since that's so Anti-American... to be against Christmas! Even secularists get in on the Christmas tradition fun, and there were picnics, and a Continental Sunday, which the prudes didn't like. Enjoying ourselves and having fun is a good thing. We should do this more often... instead of the Protestant whites having Klan meetings all the time, let's have more Christmas's.
And you think that the "infiltration of Jesuits into English treasury" is what started the American Revolution ? I have NEVER heard that. And the Civil War was a "Communist Revolution"? Wow... really ? Because Lincoln, who would have known about Communism, since it became popular during the 1848 Revolutions in Europe, during the Civil War, but said nothing about it. Lincoln also massacred lots of Indians in Minnesota... and Indians, as we all know, at least the noble savage ideal, were Communistic. They believed in living off the land, and using all the parts of the animals, and they lived in tribes, in Communes... so to speak. After the US won the Civil War, there was still private property, and private ownership, so the idea that the Civil War was a "Communist Revolution" is quite silly. You really don't like acknowledging that slavery in America was the most brutal and barbaric of all slaveries, in all the world, do ya?
I will concede that the right wing Catholic Church killed lots of people in Europe. While that's true, there have been many great Catholics. I like Dorothy Day, and Oscar Romero. Stephen Colbert is a Catholic Sunday School teacher.
Here's a video of Oscar Romero:
Oscar Romero stood up to Ronald Reagan's massacre of the poor indigenous people (where have we heard that before) in Latin American countries of Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala, and was martryed because of it. The US killed lots of popular leaders in Latin America, plunging their countries into Civil Wars for several years. Again, a continuation of the Native American policy of the Protestant Anglo-Saxons, to exterminate, and kill those who live on this land, to steal, plunger, pillage, and rape.
The Protestant WASPs didn't like anybody who wasn't like them. They thought themselves superior. U claim u led w/ scientific understand, but then hand the Big Bang Theory to the Catholics. U a creationist? Being a fundamentalists is not smart. Sheep.
#19 Jan 20, 2013
Which Jesus Christ? A protestant is one who protests the papacy which you seem to be doing.
#20 Jan 20, 2013
“The US is an Empire”
>>Which said Empire my third Great Grandfather fought against as he was a member of the Confederacy during the war of Northern Aggression.
“something Drake said from above, is that the murder of German Catholics in 1855 in Louisville was "okay" to him, because of past crimes of Catholics. That's racist. That's putting on everybody the crimes of others.”
>>>That is because the catholic religion does not allow individual private judgment. Roman Catholicism teaches ultra-montanism. Thus these people are not personal enemies they are national enemies and thus they do not qualify for the enemies mentioned by Christ that we should love and tolerate.
“and being Protestant just means that you aren't a Catholic.”
>>>Not exactly. Eastern orthodox are not Roman Catholics but they do not consider themselves protestant. Anabaptists also do not consider themselves Protestant.
“Thinking it's okay to murder innocent folks is evil, and not what Jesus Christ would want... so this "Protestant" from above is preaching hatred on Catholics, and all things not Protestant... he's saying his Jesus Christ and God is better than ours... that's how this is going to go down ? Christians murdering each other ? How is that Christian like ?”
>>>That is a typical liberal and ignorant conflation. A national enemy is not the same thing as a personal one and he who smites thy cheek is not the same thing as he who burns thee at the stake.
#21 Jan 20, 2013
Protestants believe that you must force others to believe what you believe, whereas Catholics believe that through the free will is how one's path towards the grace of God works. When one chooses to follow Jesus Christ by themselves, they are Catholics. When they don't, they are Protestants. Jan Hus, a Czech Catholic who was questioning the Indulgences of the Catholic Church, was burned at the stake... when he was right! Figure out the Bible yourself! Believe in God how you want! And when you choose to believe in Jesus Christ, then you are following the Catholic Way... not the "speaking in tongues" Protestants.
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