Perfect Love, Perfect Hate

Throughout history, false doctrines have plagued the Church. Over time, they have been infused subtly by invaders who are as shrewd as they are diabolical. Jews in key places have added a verse here, taken  away  one there, misinterpreted passages, and have generally spread confusion in an attempt to distort the true religion of Christ. They have succeeded, to a degree, in drawing away those who would otherwise desire to be true Christians. Jews have typically played on the natural, God-given tendency of the white man to feel compassion by uplifting the ‘suffering’ of sub-Adamics and downplaying the ability of God to hate.

The ability of God to hate. Here is perhaps the crux of it all, for is it ever right to hate? Does God have the capacity to hate? The Biblical answer to this question will shed light on the true nature of the Almighty that has been hidden by those who profit most from having it hidden.

If, Jesus Christ Came to Israel (and Jews) (and those atheistic pagans) today!

If, Jesus Christ Came to Israel (and Jews) (and those so-called “white” atheistic pagans) today!

God thinks one way on every issue. He has one opinion, and, through the ages of time that opinion never changes, nor has it ever changed. Those who share the Mentality of Jesus Christ must seek to share that opinion on all things. We are made aware of the opinions of God through His Word. God, being Divine and therefore perfect, can exhibit only thoughts and feelings that are perfect. Thus, regarding the emotions of love and hatred, God manifests both perfect love and perfect hatred. When He loves, He loves with all His Being, with all the power of the universe being wrapped up in perfect love and adoration for the objects of His love. Conversely, when He hates, He hates with a perfect, seething hatred that can only be quenched when the objects of His hatred are burning in the Lake of Fire and Brimstone that He created for that very purpose.

Most people would not argue the fact that God hates sin and the Devil, but that is where the line is usually drawn. They then say that God only hates the sin, and never the sinner. This blasphemy is repeated time and time again, when preachers say that God loves sinners, but hates their sin. Consequently, Judeo-churchians teach that it is a terrible sin to hate anybody. They say, in a gross misinterpretation of scripture, that it is the Christian duty of every person to love his neighbour, always confusing or failing to make known the true definition of the word neighbour. They distort Matthew 5:44 and other similar passages of Scripture.

“But I say to you, Love your enemies, bless those cursing you, do well to those hating you, and pray on behalf of those persecuting you” (Matthew 5:44 AST).

Of course Jesus Christ is not lying here, but the typical Judeo interpretation of this passage is incorrect.

Nowhere in this passage does it say ‘love the enemies of God, bless those cursing God, do well to those hating God, and pray on behalf of those persecuting the children of God. If it did, it would contradict several passages, among which are the following:

“And there went out to meet him Jeu the prophet the son of Anani, and said to him, King Josaphat, dost thou help a sinner, or act friendly towards one hated of the Lord? Therefore has wrath come upon thee from the Lord” (II Chronicles 19:2 LXX).“Have I not hated them, O Lord, that hate thee? And wasted away because of thine enemies? I have hated them with perfect hatred; they were counted my enemies”(Psalms 139:21-22 LXX). “Thy zeal has quite wasted me; because mine enemies have forgotten thy words. Thy word has been very fully tried; and thy servant loves it” (Psalms 119:139-140 LXX).

These Scriptures show clearly that God hates the sinner and the sin, and that we are to hate what God hates. Those who would teach the heresy that God does not possess the capacity to hate individuals need only read their Bibles.

“I have loved you, saith the Lord. And ye said, Wherein hast thou loved us? Was not Esau Jacob’s brother? Saith the Lord; yet I loved Jacob, and hated Esau, and laid waste his borders, and made his heritage as dwellings of the wilderness?” (Malachi 1:2-3 LXX). “Even as it has been written, “I loved Jacob and I hated Esau.” What then shall we say? Is there not injustice with God? Let it not be!” (Romans 9:13-14 AST).“Neither shall the transgressors continue in thy sight; thou hatest, O Lord, all them that work iniquity. Thou wilt destroy all that speak falsehood; the Lord abhors the bloody and deceitful man” (Psalms 5:5-6 LXX). “Thou hast hated them that idly persist in vanities; but I have hoped in the Lord” (Psalms 31:6 LXX).

There is a time for all things and, much to the dismay of effeminate Judeo-churchians who do not possess the courage nor the desire to stand up for the Christ they profess to believe in, there is a time to hate.

“To all things there is a time, and a season for every matter under heaven. A time of birth, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what has been planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to pull down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to lament, and a time to dance; a time to throw stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to abstain from embracing; a time to seek, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; a time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to be silent, and a time to speak, a time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 LXX).

The time for war will not end until Christians have succeeded in fulfilling God’s manifest destiny of His Kingdom on earth.

What, then, is the correct interpretation of Matthew 5:44? In this passage, Jesus Christ is speaking within the context of the True Government of God. In the Kingdom of Christ all petty bickering and squabbles among brethren mean nothing in light of the love for Jesus Christ  shared  by  all.  Remember,  the  first commandment is to love Jesus Christ; the second is to love your neighbour as yourself. The second is contingent upon the first.

“And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy mind, and with all thy soul, and all thy strength” (Deuteronomy 6:5 LXX). “And thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself; I am the Lord” (Leviticus 19:18 LXX). “Therefore thou shalt love the Lord thy God, and shalt observe his appointments, and his ordinances, and his commandments, and his judgements, always”  (Deuteronomy 11:1 LXX). “But take great heed to do the commands and the law, which Moses the servant of the Lord commanded you to do; to love the Lord our God, to walk in all his ways, to keep his commands, and to cleave to him, and serve him with all your mind, and with all your soul” (Joshua 22:5 LXX).

One cannot say that they love Jesus Christ unless they agree with Him and keep His commandments.

Therefore, they must love what Jesus loves and hate what Jesus hates. The Christ-man within every Christian will have no other choice but to do so, thus providing an important test for dividing true Christians from the false. If someone says they love Jesus and expresses no hatred for His enemies, then they are lying. On the other hand, no man is capable of perfect hatred unless they have first experienced perfect love for the Master. Jesus gives deeper insight into the correct definition of the Christian’s brother in Matthew 12.

“And He answering, said to them speaking to Him, ‘Who is My mother, and who are My brothers?’ And stretching out His hand on His students, He said, ‘Behold, My mother and My brothers. For whoever does the will of My Father in the heavens, that one is My brother and sister and mother'” (Matthew 12:48-50 AST).

Only those who do the will of the Father, only those fellow Christians, because only Christians possess the capacity to do the will of God.

“And Jesus said to him, “‘You will Love the Master, your God, with all your heart, and with all your life, and with all your mind.’ This is the first and the greatest commandment. And the second is like it, ‘You will love your neighbour as yourself.’ In these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets” (Matthew 22:37-40 AST).

“With all your heart, and with all your life, and with all your mind.” This is true, perfect love, a love that surpasses everything else in its total dedication and passion for the Master who gave His life for His people. This is the mark of a true Christian, that identifying feature that separates the sheep from the goats in the Government of God.

The true Christian will have no compassion, or will feel godly sorrow, for none other than Christ in the sacrifice He made. The true Christian will not only possess perfect love, but he will also experience perfect hatred toward those who would threaten the object of his love. This is a natural aspect of Aryan society, for what man would not seek to destroy the thief who breaks into his home to rape his wife and children? Are we not commanded to love Jesus Christ more than any other? The hatred the man would feel toward the thief should only be more furious toward those blood enemies of Christ. Anything less is not enough. Anyone teaching another way than Jesus’ complete teachings is a thief and a liar and a robber and is to be hated, for Christ is the Way, Truth, and Life.

Perfect love cannot exist without perfect hatred. No man can love Christ and not hate His enemies.

True love for Christ manifests itself in a total, earnest desire to seek to fulfil God’s plan for His Kingdom, a desire for society to function the way God intended it to function. Those who would not have it that way, those who would subvert God’s plan whether by their very existence or by a conscious decision on their part to be at war with the Living God are hated by both God and true Christians. This is Biblical and right.

“But these enemies of mine, those not desiring me to reign over them, bring here, and execute them before me” (Luke 19:27 AST). “Do not think that I come to bring peace on the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword” (Matthew l0:34 AST).

It is only common sense, for if, as most so-called Christians agree, the Holy Spirit dwells in the Christian, would it not make sense for that Christian to exhibit the feelings of God? Consequently, if God feels hatred toward an individual or action, should not the Christian feel the same?

In light of this, the next commandment is to love your neighbour. Remember, the definition of neighbour is a true Christian who continues to walk and abide in the teachings of Christ and who shares the love for Christ experienced by all in the Government of God that has existed ever since the Day of Pentecost when He restored the Government of the true Israel to His people, the Church of the Firstborn.

True Christians possess an undying love for the brethren because of their shared love for Christ. Everything else pales in comparison, is inconsequential, irrelevant. It does not matter what the world thinks, what the local Judeo preacher thinks, or what the Devil thinks (most people, especially Judeos, think like devils). A true Christian will love God, his neighbour, and, consequently, will hate those enemies of his true love. In a nutshell, Christians should hate what God hates and love what God loves.

“Honourable brotherly love does not work evil to the neighbour; then honourable brotherly love is the fulfilment of the law” (Romans 13:10 AST). “If anyone says, ‘I love God,’ and hates his brother, he is a liar; for the one not loving his brother whom he has seen, he is not able to love God whom he has not seen” (I John 4:20 AST).

Christians are not commanded to love faggots, Jews, sub-Adamics, mongrels, or other assorted animals, but rather those Adamic brothers who share the Christians’ love for Christ. In fact, one cannot call himself a Christian and profess a ‘love’ for anyone who is at war with God, or that person is not a Christian.  A Christian cannot love the world, or anything that is in the world. As much as the antichrist Jews and their willing cohorts in the pulpits of America [Europe] would like to say otherwise, people fall into that category.

“Do not love the world nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the honourable brotherly love of the Father is not in him” (I John 2:15 AST). “These things I command you, that you love one another. If the world hates you, you know that it has hated Me before you. If you were of the world, the world would love its own. But because you are not of this world, but I chose you out of the world, for this reason the world hates you” (John 15:17-19 AST).

Anyone who is not a Christian is, by the Just Judgements of God, an enemy of Christ.

“He who is not with Me is against Me. And he who does not gather with Me scatters”(Matthew 12:30 AST).

God only loves those who love Him, and nobody else.

“l love those that love me, and they that seek me shall find me” (Proverbs 8:17 LXX).

There are those who cannot love God because of the identity of their father, the Devil. These are identified as mongrels, or bastards (Genesis 24). Mongrels, by their very existence, defy God’s immutable law of kind after kind. The Bible is full of admonitions to stay away from these creatures, to kill them or cast them out of society. Refusal to do so has brought the judgment of God time after time, from the fall of Adam man, to the Flood, to falls of empires, to plagues and diseases and more. No matter what a mongrel says he believes, a mongrel cannot enter into the Kingdom of God, and is therefore defined as a non-neighbour or non-brother. The Laws of Jesus in the Government of God cannot apply to them.

“Then Jesus said to them, ‘If God was your father, you would love Me, for I went forth and have come from God. For I have not come from Myself, but that One sent Me. Why do you not understand My speech? Because you are not able to hear My Word. You are of your father the Diabolical One, and the lusts of your father you wish to do. That one was a murderer from the beginning, and he has not stood in the truth because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own, because he is a liar, and the father of it'” (John 8:42-44 AST).

In conclusion, it should be said here that there is no middle ground. God is never indifferent. To say that God is indifferent would be the same as saying that God is incapable of making up His mind. It would be blasphemy to make such a claim, and yet so-called Christians make this claim every day. God either loves or He hates. He is not the slightest bit irresolute on the subject. God loves with a perfect love. How could He love with less, being a perfect God? God also hates with a perfect hatred. How could He hate any less?

Can any mortal hope to equal the perfect love and hatred of God? Can any mortal hate as passionately, or love as fervently as Jesus Christ? The answer becomes obvious when it is pointed out that the true Christian has the Spirit of Jesus Christ within, and thus will mirror the thoughts and feelings of God. That is the mark of the true Separated One, to hate the enemies of Christ and love the brethren because Christ feels the same way. A true Christian will seek to agree with God on everything.

As God hates, so must the Christian.

“For I will sharpen my sword like lightning, and my hand shall take hold of judgment; and I will render judgment to my enemies, and will recompense them that hate me” (Deuteronomy 32:41 LXX).Ye that love the Lord, hate evil; the Lord preserves the souls of his saints; he shall deliver them from the hands of sinners” (Psalms 97:10 LXX). “Have I not hated them, O Lord, that hate thee? And wasted away because of thine enemies? I have hated them with perfect hatred; they were counted my enemies” (Psalms 139:21-22 LXX).

Perfect Love, Perfect Hate!

John 2:15

John 2:15