Preliminary Note: As with all the ‘Identitarian Commentaries,’ I encourage you to have your Bible with you as you read the following document. I provide excerpts from the verses to illustrate the point; however, much of the context is lost when the excerpts are isolated in the way I have chosen to edit them. I pray I have represented the text in a God approved way.
Jesus compared his followers to the prophets, and told us to imitate their example. He quoted from Isaiah more than any other prophetic book. Obviously, Isaiah is an extremely important text worthy of modern consideration. Unfortunately, the majority of it is ignored within most churches because it contains politically incorrect formulations of God and human identity. In other words, it dramatically violates the liberal worldview. The writer of the epistle of Hebrews claimed the world was not worthy of the prophets, which represents a strong endorsement of their message.
“The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah” (1:1)
Isaiah identified himself by kinship descent from his father. The practice of identifying oneself by one’s ancestors was common until the modern era and the rise of the deracinated individual. We should return to the Biblical practice of acknowledging our familial and ethnic kinship community.
The book of Isaiah was written about the specific ethnic kingdom of Judah. Judah was composed of individuals who were genetically descended from Jacob’s son Judah. Nations are kinship groups sharing common history and ancestry. The modern United States is not a nation; it is a collection of warring factions fighting over control of a central secular government bureaucracy.
“Israel does not know, my people do not understand.” (1:3)
God chose for himself a specific ethnic group to have a relationship with. This ethnic group was composed of those whose ancestry included the patriarch Israel (Jacob). God defines groups of people by their ethnic identity; we should follow our Lord’s lead.
“Ah, sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity, offspring of evildoers, children who deal corruptly!” (1:4)
God ethnically stereotyped the nation of Israel. He called them “sinful,” “laden with iniquity,” and “offspring of evildoers.” God insulted them by insulting their ancestors. God attacked their ethnic group for turning away from him. Modern Christians should not be afraid to ethnically stereotype. We should not be afraid to talk about the depraved immorality characteristic of those possessing sub-Saharan African ancestry.
“From the sole of the foot even to the head, there is no soundness in it,” (1:6)
God left no room for exceptions among a wicked people. His stereotype was meant to characterize all of the members of a single ethnic group. Certainly, there were young children amongst the Israelites who had not personally sinned, but they were characterized as sinners because of the behavior of their ethnic kin.
“your cities are burned with fire; in your very presence foreigners devour your land; it is desolate, as overthrown by foreigners.” (1:7)
A timely description of the modern West. Across America, foreign non-white ethnic groups, namely African Americans, burn down our cities (for example, Ferguson, Missouri). In Europe and South Africa, the ethnic “other” is devastating our once healthy societies with rape, murder, robbery, affirmative action, and social welfare benefits. Perhaps God is using the Third World migration crisis to punish the West for turning against him. God asserted that foreign intrusion into one’s society was shameful and destructive. In the decadent modern West, however, we welcome shame and call it “immigration.”
“learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression;” (1:17)
God told his chosen ethnic group to seek morality and justice. God’s justice is not the fraudulent anti-white bigotry of the social justice warriors and Southern Poverty Law Center. God’s justice is the type that would punish African Americans for their horrendous crimes against European Americans. God’s justice is job security for the white working class over the exporting of manufacturing to foreign nations for the profit and greed of the managerial corporate class. God’s justice asks us to fight for the welfare of our ethnic kin.
The modern West oppresses white people with Third World immigration invasion, affirmative action reverse-racism, and public government backed subsidation of immorality and religious pluralism. As Christians, we should fight these injustices towards our people.
“If you are willing and obedient, you shall eat the good of the land; but if you refuse and rebel, you shall be eaten by the sword;” (1:19-20)
God will restore white Westerners if our race returns to him and repents of our wickedness. There is no way God can bless us while we endorse and encourage the spread of abominations like homosexual “marriage.” If we do not repent, God will allow us to keep our present course and destroy ourselves. God is not afraid to destroy those who rebel against him. We must accept his authority and embrace the identity he gave us.
“How the faithful city has become a whore,” (1:21)
Isaiah, inspired by God, used offensive language to stereotype an entire city of people. God teaches us to defy political correctness and tell the inconvenient truth. Telling the truth often means strong offensive condemnation.
“Everyone loves a bribe and runs after gifts.” (1:23)
God stereotyped his people as greedy and unjust. Isaiah used a strong stereotype, “everyone,” to describe the scope of the problem. God has given us a prophetic linguistic example to follow.
“I will turn my hand against you and will smelt away your dross as with lye and remove all your alloy… Afterward you shall be called the city of righteousness,” (1:25-26)
God has turned against the West. We deserve it. He has sent invading Third World “refugee” armies, declining birth rates, two devastating civil wars (WWI and WWII), and shameful leaders. Perhaps God is only smelting us into something more beautiful. If our race turns back to God the pure element of our people may rise to dominate our future. We should pray for the ascension of a purified remnant.
“But rebels and sinners shall be broken together, and those who forsake the Lord shall be consumed.” (1:28)
God has no mercy on those who insist on rebelling against him. God is not above destroying entire races of people who turn against him. He will genocide us if we do not return to him.
“For they shall be ashamed of the oaks that you desired;” (1:29)
Isaiah said the nation would feel shame for wanting pagan worship sites. Hopefully, the people of the West will eventually feel shame for allowing religious pluralism within our societies and encouraging the spread of non-Christian religious ideas amongst our people.
“the house of the Lord shall be established as the highest of the mountains, and shall be lifted up above the hills; and all the nations shall flow to it,” (2:2)
The Lord will dominate every nation. Either they can submit to his will now or he will force them to submit later. There will be no religious pluralism when Christ returns.
Christianity embraces all nations. Even in the Old Testament, God intended for more than the Jews to worship him. The coming of Christ and the universalization of God’s religion did not destroy ethnic distinctions. It erased the false gods of the non-Hebrew nations and called them to serve God as Israel had done in the past. God created ethnic and racial distinctions. There is no reason to think he would undo his created genetic order.
“let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob, that he may teach us his ways… out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.” (2:3)
Isaiah prophesied the universalization of Yahweh worship, but he still maintained that God was the “God of Jacob” and that spiritual truth would flow from Jerusalem. God is both local and universal. He can work within an ethnos while manipulating the entire cosmos. God’s nature as the God of all creation did not make him less the God of Jacob. God’s identity is not defined exclusively by his highest and most diffused state. In the same way, our personal identities as members of ethnic, racial, and kin groups are not eliminated by our highest identity as members of the universal Christian family. We do not cease to be identified as male or female just because we have become children of God.
“He shall judge between the nations, and shall decide disputes for many peoples… nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.” (2:4)
Prophesying about an era in which Christ dominates every nation, Isaiah spoke of nations being at peace with one another. The implication is that differing nations (literally ethnic groups) still exist even when all are ruled by God. Becoming Christian does not simply dissolve an ethnic bloc into a giant Christian melting pot. Ethnic and racial distinctions will exist even after the coming of Christ. Race is forever.
“they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks” (2:4)
Many pacifists use this prophesy to support their positions against non-violence. No doubt Christians should strive to live at peace with all men, and we should take every measure to help God complete this prophesy. It is important, however, to remind ourselves that God will bring about this prophesy in a God dominated world. We cannot force this prophesy to be fulfilled. We should not neglect our God given obligations to protect our friends and family in a wild attempt to end war. God must be the one to end war. We must maintain an attitude of non-violence while still acknowledging our Golden Rule duties to protect our loved ones as we would want them to protect us. Isaiah was not commanding the people to become non-violent; he was giving them hope for a future golden age. Isaiah 2:4 is a prophesy of hope. It is not a command.
“O house of Jacob, come, let us walk in the light of the Lord.” (2:5)
Isaiah called the entire ethnic group of Jacob back to God. He appealed to a national identity. The Bible endorses ethnic solidarity.
“For you have rejected your people, the house of Jacob, because they are full of things from the east and of fortune-tellers like the Philistines, and they strike hands with the children of foreigners.” (2:6)
God rejected his ethnic group for their sins. God was loyal to a specific ethnic group he identified as his own. He rejected this ethnic group as a whole. God judges our corporate identities, not just individuals.
Today, the abominations of the East have come to dominate the spiritual landscape of what was formally called Western Civilization. The ethics of Buddhism and neo-pagan New Age thought have permeated our people. Fortune tellers, common in my current Chinese residence, have become normal in America and Europe. We must expel religious pluralism from our thought. We must purify our race.
Isaiah condemned the ethnic Isrealites for “striking hands” hands with ethnic foreigners. He denounced the associations Israel was making with the ethnic “other.” A healthy ethno-centrism should be advanced among our people; especially when the ethnic “other” is genetically and culturally immoral (like African-Americans).
“Their land is filled with silver and gold, and there is no end to their treasures; their land is filled with horses, and there is no end to their chariots.” (2:7)
Isaiah condemned the material wealth accumulated by Israel as a sign of their decadence and immorality. A society that lays up treasure for itself is a weak and immoral society. Continual material comfort is a sign of decay and represents a debauched failure to struggle. The treasure we accumulate should be constantly invested and utilized for the advance of our religion and race.
Isaiah also condemned their accumulation of horses and chariots. The Israelites were told in the Torah they should not accumulate horses and chariots. The massing of war material represented a lack of trust in God’s protection. Certainly, God did not mean they should not go to war. He specifically sent them into war numerous times and advanced the military campaigns of Joshua, the judges, and various monarchs like Saul and David. Perhaps, the accumulation of war machines represents a kind of obsession with humanistic security and invitation to imperialism that does not foster healthy social development.
“Their land is filled with idols; they bow down to the work of their hands,” (2:8)
God wants a pure nation without contamination from religious pluralism. If our race hopes to be blessed by God we must purify ourselves so he can live among us.
God is worthy of worship because he is the creator. Why would we worship something lower than ourselves? Something we created? All pagan gods and material objects are our own creations. Our creations should serve us, not the other way around.
Money was created for human use, if we chase it we degrade ourselves. We forget that money is like a pagan god: we serve it, but the concept of money is a social construct just as a fake god is a social construct. Money’s value arises from the imagination of the society in which it is used. We cannot serve both God and mammon.
“hide in the dust from before the terror of the Lord, and from the splendor of his majesty. The haughty looks of man shall be brought low, and the lofty pride of men shall be humbled, and the Lord alone will be exalted in that day.” (2:10-11)
Man is not in a position to control his own destiny. The humanistic enlightenment idea that man can direct his own path and bring a utopia of freedom and equality on earth is terribly mistaken. When Christ returns, every knee will bow before God whether they rebelled against him or maintained atheism during their lives. If we do not love God enough to keep his commandments than at least we should be terrified enough to keep them.
“the idols shall utterly pass away. And people shall enter the caves of the rocks and the holes of the ground… when he rises to terrify the earth… In that day mankind will cast away their idols of silver and their idols of gold, which they made for themselves to worship,” (2:18-19)
When God returns to dominate humanity there will be no religious pluralism. The false religions will be annihilated and those who spread them will hide in caves and holes. Why should Christians allow the free spread of false religions among our people when we know the truth of God’s plan?
“Stop regarding man in whose nostrils is breath, for of what account is he?” (2:22)
Man is depraved and weak. He cannot direct his own way without God’s revelation. God has given humanity his divine revelation and ordered humanity through various identity groups to help us live as he wishes us to live. Any deviation from God’s plan will lead to disaster. It should be amazing to us that God cares for us. Our race is foolish to have abandoned God’s revelation for the spiritually diseased fabrications of humanistic secular authorities.
“the Lord God of hosts is taking away from Jerusalem and from Judah support and supply, all support of bread, and all support of water;” (3:1)
God is not above depriving us of essentials if we abandon him. He will destroy us for turning against him. The West is being destroyed as I write these words. We have embraced moral abominations. Perhaps God is eliminating us.
“the youth will be insolent to the elder, and the despised to the honorable.” (3:5)
In the modern West, youth have no respect for older people. They do not respect their parents, they do not respect any authority. Perhaps the youth are not wrong to disrespect their elders when the older generations are composed of former hippies and the degenerates who allowed our countries to become saturated by immoral filth and dominated by violent ethnic minorities.
“this heap of ruins shall be under your rule.” (2:6)
How long will it be until the West is a “heap of ruins” destroyed by our decadence and the invasion of darker ethnic groups? Detroit, once 90% populated by white people and extremely prosperous, became a heap of ruins after whites fled the city and 90% of the population became violent dysfunctional African Americans.
“Jerusalem has stumbled, and Judah has fallen, because their speech and their deeds are against the Lord, defying his glorious presence.” (3:8)
Corporate sin can separate us from God’s blessings. Jerusalem and Judah represent geographical and ethnic blocs of people who sinned against God as a cumulative identity. As punishment, God brought the city and nation to ruin.
“they proclaim their sin like Sodom; they do not hide it.” (3:9)
The West resembles the ancient people of Judah. We sin shamelessly. We mock Christianity and its morals. Modern Westerners flaunt their sin as badges of strength and defiance against “oppressive” Christian traditions.
“Tell the righteous that it shall be well with them, for they shall eat the fruit of their deeds. Woe to the wicked! It shall be ill with him, for what his hands have dealt out shall be done to him.” (3:10-11)
If the righteous stay strong perhaps we can form a remnant from which God can raise up a new nation. If God was able to preserve the tiny nation of Judah through an even smaller remnant of righteous people certainly he can preserve a nation of white Christians from among the hundreds of millions of white Westerners scattered around the world.
“My people—infants are their oppressors, and women rule over them.” (3:12)
It is a shame for a nation to be ruled by women and children. God was ashamed on his people’s behalf. He saw women ruling over them (or men who acted like women) and viewed it as disgraceful. In the modern West, having a women ruler is considered a sign of “tolerance,” “equality,” and “diversity.” God created men to rule.
“he stands to judge peoples.” (3:13)
God judges “peoples” as well as individuals. We are not merely deracinated individuals struggling before God. God sees our ethnic, political, religious, and familial identity groups.
“What do you mean by crushing my people, by grinding the face of the poor?” (3:15)
Poor whites across America are suffering a terrible drug epidemic exasperated by massive job losses from free trade and the death of their home communities due to urbanization and globalization. To a significant degree, these problems must be blamed on the rich. The corporate elite care nothing about the poor. Their only concern is profit, and profit often comes at the cost of screwing blue collar whites with mass immigration, centralizing the workforce, and exporting jobs.
“therefore the Lord will strike with a scab the heads of the daughters of Zion, and the Lord will lay bare their secret parts.” (3:17)
God threatened to disfigure women’s faces and strip them naked. God had no filter, he is not a feminist, he is not politically correct. Threatening women in the way God and Isaiah did is regarded today as “oppressive” and abusive. God rejected modern liberal speech codes.
“and branding instead of beauty. Your men shall fall by the sword” (3:25)
Because Judah had sinned God was going to sell their daughters into captivity (“branding”) and kill their young men in battle. God produces inequality and oppression. He punishes ethnic groups in ways that lead to social arrangements like slavery.
“And seven women shall take hold of one man in that day, saying, “We will eat our own bread and wear our own clothes, only let us be called by your name; take away our reproach.” (4:1)
Twenty-first century Western women can afford to be “liberated” and feminist because their situation is secured by the state of civilization. These decadent females don’t need immediate husbands or relatives for protection because they have distant unknown males violently enforcing the secure order they enjoy. The moment this civilization weakens or collapses feminism will be destroyed. The equality of the sexes is a fiction purchased by the accumulated social capital of millions of men who prop up security by violent means and innovate the technology necessary to loosen the traditional female role. There may again come an era in which women beg men to marry and “oppress” them for their own safety and health. Feminism will evaporate in the face of hard reality.
“the fruit of the land shall be the pride and honor of the survivors of Israel. And he who is left in Zion and remains in Jerusalem will be called holy… when the Lord shall have washed away the filth of the daughters of Zion and cleansed the bloodstains of Jerusalem from its midst by a spirit of judgment and by a spirit of burning.” (4:2-4)
White Christians must fight to become the holy remnant God may save from the ruins of Western Civilization. As the masses of our people destroy themselves with immorality and naïve opinions about race and immigration, we must purify ourselves. Perhaps God is using this era of catastrophic decline to purge the West and establish a holier race for his service.
We must maintain hope for a new era. We do not know what this new order will look like. We do not know who God will spare. We cannot predict the manner of salvation we might be blessed with to escape the evil system that now oppresses us. We do not know where a new and purer nation might be founded. We must look inward and sanctify ourselves. We must accept the “spirit of burning” and embrace our chastisement. Only God can save us now, but we can quietly prepare for his salvation.
“What more was there to do for my vineyard, that I have not done in it?... I will tell you what I will do to my vineyard. I will remove its hedge, and it shall be devoured… I will break down its wall,” (3-5)
God blessed Israel abundantly and made it a prosperous ethno-national state. He made it into a “vineyard” and gave it every advantage. Similar things could be said for America. The colonists who arrived from Europe were given a spectacular continent filled with resources and protected by the sea. They built the greatest country in history, but they turned their backs on God and his religious truth. Likewise, God has removed his hedge and allowed the invasion of millions of darker ethnic peoples into America. America is falling and fracturing. Our people are devoured. We must turn back to God.
“I will make it a waste… and briers and thorns shall grow up… Surely many houses shall be desolate, large and beautiful houses, without inhabitant.” (5:6-9)
God’s description of how he would punish Jerusalem and Judah sounds eerily similar to the decay of the once prosperous city of Detroit. Today, Detroit is a wasteland of urban decay populated by violent low IQ African Americans. A quarter of the city is an abandoned architectural shells.
“Woe to those who rise early in the morning, that they may run after strong drink, who tarry late into the evening as wine inflames them!” (5:11)
White Americans are facing a drug crisis. Many of our people are addicted to heroin and alcohol. The elites don’t care about these people. We must care about ourselves. We must reject these vices and find new inspiration to live. We have to inspire our people who turn from these horrors in ways that give them purpose after their jobs and economic security were stolen from them by elite’s exporting their opportunities to distant corners of the world. We need a new economy that traffics in spiritual virtue rather than money. Money and economic security can abandon us; we need a deeper fount of meaning in our lives. We need to redefine success and value.
“Therefore my people go into exile for lack of knowledge;” (5:13)
White Americans are already being exiled in our own countries through cultural erasure and ethnic displacement. Mass immigration invasion is destroying our homelands. Our acceptance of African Americans into our institutions and neighborhoods is destroying our way of life. All of this is caused by ignorance and lack of knowledge. Most European Americans will not accept the truth of racial differences in intelligence and temperament and the failure of diversity and multiculturalism.
“nomads shall eat among the ruins of the rich.” (5:17)
Imagine the savage African American gangs smoking marijuana and eating junk food among the once glorious ruins of Detroit. Such a scene takes place everyday in countless American cities.
“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” (5:20)
Homosexuality has become virtuous while hetero-normative has become oppressive. Female authority has become diverse while male authority is patriarchal. Fornication is liberation while virginity is prudeness. Secularism is tolerance and religious truth is hateful and phobic. The abominations have become virtue while virtue has become abomination.
“Woe to those who are heroes at drinking wine, and valiant men in mixing strong drink,” (5:22)
Our definitions of strength must represent value. Our recreation must increase our preparation. Our minds must be clear to combat the temptations of our present age.
“Therefore the anger of the Lord was kindled against his people, and he stretched out his hand against them and struck them… and their corpses were as refuse in the midst of the streets.” (5:25)
God judges and destroys people as ethnic groups. He is not afraid to strike and kill the members of a specific ethnic identity. God is a God of violence. We rise and fall with our identity groups. We shape them and are the product of them. No human is an island. There is no individual.
“He will raise a signal for nations far away, and whistle for them from the ends of the earth; and behold, quickly, speedily they come!” (5:26)
God punishes ethnic groups by bringing the ethnic “other” upon them. Diversity and foreign domination were curses God used to chastise his people. The situation Isaiah described is much like the situation the West faces today. From every race, from the ends of the earth, the ethic “other” is invading our borders and displacing Euroethnics from our lands. Perhaps God’s methods of punishing a disobedient people have not changed. He punished Israel with foreign invasion and he punishes the twentieth-first century West in the same way.
“Woe is me! For I am lost; for I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips;” (6:5)
Isaiah was ashamed not only because of his own sins but because of his people’s sins. Isaiah knew his ethnic group was a part of his personal identity. Our individual behavior is part of a broader matrix that characterizes our ethnic group.
“one of the seraphim flew to me, having in his hand a burning coal that he had taken with tongs from the altar. And he touched my mouth and said: ‘Behold, this has touched your lips; your guilt is taken away, and your sin atoned for.’” (6:6-7)
We must be purified by God before we can take action in his name. Identitarian Christians should seek purification from our sins as a component of saving our race. The fruit of our work arises from our spirit. If our spirit is corrupt our actions will not be effective and holy.
“‘Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?’ Then I said, ‘Here I am! Send me.’” (6:8)
God is waiting for laborers to gather the harvest and spread his truth. We should have the bravery of Isaiah to prophesy against our people and spread spiritual renewal. Cowards cannot tell the truth.
“‘Go, and say to this people: ‘Keep on hearing, but do not understand; keep on seeing, but do not perceive.’ Make the heart of this people dull, and their ears heavy, and blind their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their hearts, and turn and be healed.’ Then I said, ‘How long, O Lord?’ And he said: ‘Until cities lie waste without inhabitant, and houses without people, and the land is a desolate waste…. though a tenth remain in it, it will be burned again, like a terebinth or an oak, whose stump remains when it is felled.’ The holy seed is its stump.” (6:9-13)
Christians who oppose liberalism and modern apostasy may be accepting a similar mission to the one God gave Isaiah. We are prophesying to a corrupt people who may not repent. Our civilization may die. Our cities may one day “lie waste” despite our efforts. However, God can preserve a remnant of our race. Our preaching may save the “holy seed” within the “stump” of our burned ethnic tree. Such a mission is not glamorous, but Isaiah was called by God to do it. The people would hate him, he would find little success, and ultimately he would fail to save his people from ruin.
Alt-right Christians often find ourselves in Isaiah’s position. We try to tell our neighbors to abstain from sin and follow God’s revelations about gender identity and sex. We try to tell people the truth about race realism and diversity. We are hated for it. They hated Isaiah before they hated us. We are in good company.
“When the house of David was told, “Syria is in league with Ephraim,” the heart of Ahaz and the heart of his people shook” (7:2)
Israel’s betrayal of Judah was a heavy blow. It was bad enough that Syria was mounting a war, but it was worse that Judah’s ethnic kin was helping them attack. The betrayal of educated upper class whites against their lower class racial kin is a shameful fact. The secure richer elite have chosen to aid the Latin American and Third World invasion into American territory at the expense of their ethnic brothers and sisters.
“And within sixty-five years Ephraim will be shattered from being a people.” (7:8)
God planned to extinguish the ethnic Israelites as a people. He would genocide them through captivity and displacement. God judges ethnic blocs. God sees race and ethnic identity.
“The Lord will bring upon you and upon your people and upon your father's house such days as have not come since the day that Ephraim departed from Judah” (7:17)
God honored promises through generations of family and ethnic kin. He promised to act upon Ahaz’s “father’s house” and upon his ethnic “people.” God blesses families and ethnic groups through generations. Ethnic groups remain the same being throughout generations. The Lord does not limit his perspective to the individual.
“Be broken, you peoples, and be shattered;” (8:9)
The Lord took sides in the conflict between Judah and her enemies. He promised to shatter the “other” in battle and defend his people from conquest.
“Do not call conspiracy all that this people calls conspiracy, and do not fear what they fear, nor be in dread.” (8:12)
Conspiracy theories abound in the twenty-first century West. On the ideological left, stories of “oppression” and “racism” are blamed for the problems of our civilization. Christianity is denounced as a retrograde worldview. On the ideological right, Jews are blamed for everything and the enemy is credited with more power than he has. God told his people not to fear. God is greater than the forces aligned against us. No matter how hopeless our situation may appear, the outcome of this war is known. We will win, and God will destroy our enemies.
“they have no dawn. They will pass through the land, greatly distressed and hungry. And when they are hungry, they will be enraged and will speak contemptuously against their king and their God, and turn their faces upward. And they will look to the earth, but behold, distress and darkness, the gloom of anguish. And they will be thrust into thick darkness.” (8:20-22)
The decadents of the twenty-first century West will have no dawn. The homosexual will have no children, their bloodlines will end. The godless have no future hope. Their deaths mark the end of their lives and the beginning of their torment. On earth, their worldview led to the decay and erasure of their civilization. They have no future. They have invested in all the wrong securities. Their sins lead to anguish and nihilism.
“You have multiplied the nation; you have increased its joy;” (9:3)
God blesses nations of people. He is not merely an individualistic God who does not see identity groups. He blesses corporate bodies.
“on the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it and to uphold it” (9:7)
Christ was prophesied as a hereditary monarch who would rule the kingdom of David. Christ was defined by his ancestral connection to the former king and possessed a “divine right” to the privilege of the throne. Monarchy and inherited privilege stand in contrast to the liberal egalitarian ethos of the twenty-first century West.
“Ephraim and the inhabitants of Samaria, who say in pride and in arrogance of heart: ‘The bricks have fallen, but we will build with dressed stones; the sycamores have been cut down, but we will put cedars in their place.’ But the Lord raises the adversaries of Rezin against him, and stirs up his enemies.” (9:9-11)
Ephraim (Israel) had become an arrogant people. Ephraim, as a single ethnic person, was defined by its sin of arrogance. God raised up the “other” to bring down the ethnic Ephraimites. He wanted to humble an arrogant race. The Bible teaches us to characterize races of people as single entities. God advocates stereotyping.
“The Syrians on the east and the Philistines on the west devour Israel with open mouth. For all this his anger has not turned away, and his hand is stretched out still.” (9:12)
God punished the ethnic Israelites by raising up their ethnic enemies to “devour” them. God uses whole nations to punish other nations. God is a God of corporate blessing and punishment. He is both with and above individuals.
“The people did not turn to him who struck them, nor inquire of the Lord of hosts. So the Lord cut off from Israel head and tail,” (9:13-14)
God punishes ethnic groups with the hope of bringing them back to his service. When they fail to heed his chastisement he erases them. Perhaps our present trials are the result of God punishing ethnic whites in hopes of calling us back to him. We better pay attention before he destroys us.
“for those who guide this people have been leading them astray, and those who are guided by them are swallowed up.” (9:16)
Universities, politicians, and even Christian clergy have led white Westerners away from God. Our institutions have deliberately spread lies about morality and race. They have brainwashed our youth to believe abominations are virtues. They have redefined our relationship with God. Our leaders are primarily guilty, but we will suffer for allowing ourselves to be guided by them. God is already swallowing us up inside an invasion of Third World immigration and violence.
“the Lord does not rejoice over their young men, and has no compassion on their fatherless and widows; for everyone is godless and an evildoer, and every mouth speaks folly. For all this his anger has not turned away, and his hand is stretched out still.” (9:17)
Perhaps there is a time when compassion should cease. Even God limits how much evil he can take before losing empathy for a wicked people. God’s anger was often directed towards wicked ethnic groups. God has created humans to reflect this anger in themselves. Our anger can be holy.
“Through the wrath of the Lord of hosts the land is scorched, and the people are like fuel for the fire; no one spares another.” (9:19)
God is a God of mercy, but he is also a God of violent justice when we rebel against him. Many Christians act as though they are too holy to participate in violence and justice. If God is not too holy for violence and anger than neither are we.
“each devours the flesh of his own arm, Manasseh devours Ephraim, and Ephraim devours Manasseh; together they are against Judah.” (9:20-21)
The tribes mentioned in this passage were all members of the same ethnic group. Their attacks on one another amounted to cannibalism. We cannot abuse our ethnic kin without abusing ourselves. Our race is united whether we like it or not.
“Woe to those who decree iniquitous decrees,” (10:1)
Woe to the American government which demands its subjects and every nation around the world accept and promote homosexual “marriage.”
“to rob the poor of my people of their right,” (10:2)
The people of the West have a right to the security and economic stability their leaders can provide. Instead, our incompetent elites have globalized the world system and robbed us of our birthright. They have given our inheritance to the incompetent and violent Third Worlders they allow to invade our lands and violate us.
“Woe to Assyria, the rod of my anger; the staff in their hands is my fury! Against a godless nation I send him, and against the people of my wrath I command him, to take spoil and seize plunder, and to tread them down like the mire of the streets.” (10:5-6)
God is a God of violent judgment. God uses the imperfect and wicked to execute his wrath against sinful ethnic groups. God ordered Assyria to “spoil” and “plunder” the ethnic Isrealites and tread down their people in the streets. God is not above using the violent low IQ races of the Third World to punish his fallen people in Europe and America.
“it is in his heart to destroy, and to cut off nations not a few; for he says: ‘Are not my commanders all kings?’” (10:7-8)
God commands the governments of the world who genocide (“cut off”) nations. Modern Christians are prone to disassociating pain and suffering from God’s divine will, but God plainly states throughout the Bible that he brings suffering on those who disobey him.
“When the Lord has finished all his work on Mount Zion and on Jerusalem, he will punish the speech of the arrogant heart of the king of Assyria and the boastful look in his eyes. For he says: ‘By the strength of my hand I have done it,’” (10:12-13)
God can use the wicked for his own ends, but after he is done with them he may destroy them as well. If we have aligned ourselves with God than we can be sure God will bless us after our chastisement, but if we are not bound to him we can be sure our destruction will arrive no matter how God blesses us in certain seasons.
“I remove the boundaries of peoples, and plunder their treasures;” (10:13)
The modern secular globalists echo the words of the ancient wicked king of Assyria. They want to erase the boundaries between races and nations. They want to unite mankind under the material humanistic ideology. Their hubris leads them beyond the borders God has established. They have no respect for God’s created order.
“Shall the axe boast over him who hews with it, or the saw magnify itself against him who wields it?” (10:15)
God can use the wicked as tools for his own ends. Likewise, he can use the righteous. No matter our success we should never allow ourselves to become arrogant. We are merely tools of the God who wields us.
“the Lord God of hosts will send wasting sickness among his stout warriors, and under his glory a burning will be kindled,” (10:16)
Sometimes, God is the creator of death and illness. In his anger he destroys nations and armies. Our God is not being portrayed accurately by many modern Christian thought leaders who would have us believe God is a therapeutic grandfather ready to support his spoiled descendents. God is a God of violent justice.
“A remnant will return, the remnant of Jacob, to the mighty God. For though your people Israel be as the sand of the sea, only a remnant of them will return. Destruction is decreed, overflowing with righteousness.” (10:21)
It should be our objective to count ourselves among the remnant of our people who God preserves. Any objective analysis of the white race reveals our decadence and depravity. We have innovated evils like homosexual “marriage.” As a people, we deserve chastisement and violent justice against us. God is just for destroying us. Those among our ethnos who still want to follow God should purify themselves. We must wait for God’s salvation to come. We can pray that God will save a remnant, and that we and our loved ones will be counted among it.
“For in a very little while my fury will come to an end, and my anger will be directed to their destruction. And the Lord of hosts will wield against them a whip, as when he struck Midian at the rock of Oreb. And his staff will be over the sea, and he will lift it as he did in Egypt.” (10:25-26)
God’s patience with an ethnos can be exhausted. His anger and destruction can target a people who turns against him. Isaiah mentioned two examples of ethnic nations, Midian and Egypt, who had been punished by God in the past.
God violently targets specific ethnic groups with his violent anger. Egypt and Midian were ethno-national groups God targeted for corporate punishment. We must not believe God is racially “color blind.” God is a God of groups.
“with the breath of his lips he shall kill the wicked… The wolf shall dwell with the lamb,” (11:4)
Isaiah prophesied that the golden age of peace, when the “lion will lie down with the lamb,” would only be possible after Christ destroys the wicked and creates a homogenous era of righteousness. Pacifists argue the Christian era is one in which all violence should cease, but they ignore the prerequisite necessity that the wicked must be destroyed before the ideal can be brought into existence.
“The nursing child shall play over the hole of the cobra…They shall not hurt or destroy” (11:8)
Pacifists want to say this golden era of non-violence has arrived. They want to condemn Christians who advocate “just war” violence, but how many of these pacifists would allow their infant child to play over the lair of a poisonous snake? Violence cannot cease until God ends it.
“He will raise a signal for the nations and will assemble the banished of Israel, and gather the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.” (11:12)
Even within the ethno-national Old Testament, God was a universalist God who wanted to save all nations. God’s identity as a universalist God does not diminish his role as an ethnic God. Modern Christians understand this when we talk about God as an individual savior who is also universalist. If God can be both universalist and individual than he can certainly be both universalist and ethnic.
“those who harass Judah shall be cut off… [Israel] shall swoop down on the shoulder of the Philistines in the west, and together they shall plunder the people of the east. They shall put out their hand against Edom and Moab, and the Ammonites shall obey them.” (11:13-15)
God protected his chosen privileged nation from the ethnic “other.” God promised to subdue the Philistines, Edomites, Ammonites, and Moabites below his chosen ethnos. God sees race, and acts upon it.
“Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and will not be afraid; for the Lord God is my strength and my song, and he has become my salvation.” (13:2)
God is our salvation. His divine plan is our way forward. There are so many possibilities that we cannot control or plan for. If our people return to God he will open the path for us to escape the trends that threaten our existence.
“and sojourners will join them and will attach themselves to the house of Jacob. And the peoples will take them and bring them to their place, and the house of Israel will possess them in the Lord’s land as male and female slaves. They will take captive those who were their captors, and rule over those who oppressed them.” (14:1-2)
Isaiah endorsed the enslavement of the ethnic “other.” Slavery is not contrary to Bible morality.
“you will take up this taunt against the king of Babylon.” (14:4)
Isaiah endorsed the taunting of opponents. The prophets were not restricted by politically correct speech codes, neither are we.
“Prepare slaughter for his sons because of the guilt of the fathers,” (14:21)
The sins of our ancestors define us. We are more than individuals, and we will be judged by the blood that runs through our veins.
“this is the hand that is stretched out over all the nations.” (14:26)
God is simultaneously universal, ethnic, and individual. He is capable of taking on all these identities at the same time. God created a plurality of divided ethnic groups, but he is over all of them.
“shelter the outcasts; do not reveal the fugitive; let the outcasts of Moab sojourn among you…. This is the word of the Lord… in the past. But now the Lord has spoken…” (16:3-4, 13-14)
The passage seems to suggest the Israelites should accept refugees from Moab after God destroyed the Moabite’s country. However, after the prophesy was recorded God appears to have changed his mind and executed his wrath unmercifully. The ESV study notes suggest God may have been giving the Moabites refuge in exchange for the acknowledgement of Judah’s supremacy.
Whatever the situation, the idea of providing refuge to one’s ethnic and geographical neighbors (Genesis 19 says the Moabites were Israel’s cousins) is distinctly different than providing refuge to hordes of displaced possible terrorists of a completely foreign ethnicity and religion (as the West is currently doing with the invading immigrants of Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East). Israel providing refuge to the Moabites would have been equivalent to the Germans providing refuge to the Danes. Furthermore, God’s decision to change his mind about providing mercy demonstrates we are not under any absolute obligation to harbor refugees. We have the ability to change our minds when the situation calls for it.
“Holy One of Israel.” (17:7)
Jesus was identified by his ethnic identity. Jesus was not a deracinated “global citizen” despite being the future king of every nation. Jesus was a man with a specific ethnic and ancestral identity.
“At evening time, behold the terror, terror! Before morning, they are no more! This is the portion of those who loot us, and the lot of those who plunder us.” (17:14)
Isaiah prophesied the destruction of his people’s ethnic enemies.
“Cush…. The birds of prey will summer on them, and the beasts of the earth will winter on them.” (18:1, 6)
There is some confusion about the location of Cush. Some think it was located in Africa, but the term is sometimes used to describe nations of the Arabian Peninsula and even India. The term is very general and simply means people descended from the man Cush recorded in Genesis. Wherever Cush was located, God promised to destroy it and feed its people’s corpses to the wild animals and birds. Perhaps God’s attack upon it is why no one knows where it was once located.
“I will stir up Egyptians against Egyptians… I will give over the Egyptians into the hand of a hard master… The workers in combed flax will be in despair.” (19:2-9)
God said he would create civil war in Egypt and use the political chaos to compromise Egypt’s sovereignty and bring despair upon its population. God is a God of history. He is not afraid to cause damage to fulfill his will.
“In that day the Egyptians will be like women, and tremble for fear before the hand that the Lord of hosts shakes over them” (19:16)
Isaiah insulted the Egyptians by labeling them weak frightened women. The Bible is a “sexist” document, if by “sexist” one means the furtherance of negative gender stereotypes. God is not an egalitarian liberal.
“my servant Isaiah has walked naked and barefoot for three years as a sign and a portent against Egypt and Cush.” (20:3)
God may call us to do radical and socially offensive things to further his message. In the politically correct world of the twenty-first century West, anything that violates people’s sense of comfort and “niceness” is regarded as sin. Isaiah would not have agreed. He saught to shock people with his message.
“Fallen, fallen is Babylon; and all the carved images of her gods he has shattered to the ground.” (21:9)
Religious pluralism will fail. False gods and faiths will be destroyed. They have no power. They will be shattered by God’s divine plan.
“In that day, the Lord God of hosts called for weeping and mourning, for baldness and wearing sackcloth; and behold… eating flesh and drinking wine. ‘Let us eat and drink for tomorrow we die.’” (22:12-13)
While the West should be repenting of its atrocious sins against God’s established order, we are wallowing in orgy, drunkenness, and gluttony.
“they have transgressed the laws, violated the statutes… therefore a curse devours the earth, and its inhabitants suffer from their guilt; therefore the inhabitants of the earth are scorched, and few men are left.” (24:5-6)
It’s within the realm of possibility that our rebellion against God will end in nuclear apocalypse. The aftermath of such a scenario would resemble the scorched earth pictured in this passage, and the survival of few. If we violate God’s statutes he will send horrors against us.
“you have done wonderful things, plans formed of old, faithful and sure. For you have made the city a heap, the fortified city a ruin; the foreigner’s palace is a city no more.” (25:1-2)
Isaiah celebrated the destruction of the “foreigner’s palace” as a “wonderful thing.” God’s annihilation of Israel’s enemies was a cause for praising him. The Bible definitely allows for a distinction between ourselves and the “other.”
“cities of ruthless nations fear you.” (25:3)
Isaiah and God categorized and stereotyped entire nations as being “ruthless.” Different ethnic groups have different characters and personalities.
“the covering that is cast over all peoples, the veil that is spread over all nations.” (25:7)
Isaiah predicted Christianity would become a veil that covered every ethnic group. This veil did not destroy or eliminate different races; it rests on them and influences them. We don’t have to abandon our ethnic identity to become Christians.
“Moab shall be trampled down in his place,” (25:10)
God’s triumph resulted in the destruction of Israel’s ethnic enemies the Moabites. Isaiah saw God’s victory as a victory over the ethnic “other.”
“the righteous nation that keeps faith may enter in.” (26:2)
The West is a composition of nations that have not kept faith with God. How can we enter in to God’s triumph when we have not remained faithful to our Lord’s teachings? If we want God’s blessings we must serve him as a collective group of people.
“If favor is shown to the wicked, he does not learn righteousness; in the land of uprightness he deals corruptly” (26:10)
Some people and groups cannot be redeemed or rehabilitated. Even when they are surrounded by righteousness they remain mired in corruption. In the same way, Muslim refugees and Africoethnics are seemingly incapable of being assimilated into functional society. Even when they are embraced within Western civilization they find ways to corrupt themselves and destroy harmony and prosperity.
“Let the fire for your adversaries consume them. O Lord, you will ordain peace for us.” (26:11-12)
Isaiah called for God to demonstrate “zeal for your people” and destroy Israel’s enemies. Isaiah was an inspired prophet who saw within God’s revelation a place for in-group verses out-group mentality. He called for God to bring his people peace by destroying their (and God’s) adversaries.
“this will be the full fruit of the removal of his sin: when he makes all the stones of the alters like chalkstones crushed to pieces, no asherim or incense alters will remain standing.” (27:9)
National obedience to God and repentance of sin means the destruction of religious pluralism. Any cultic activity not specifically directed toward the Christian God represents an abomination and corruption of the nation. There should never be complete “freedom of religion” within a nation. Limitations must be set if a righteous nation will continue to receive God’s blessings.
“this is a people without discernment; therefore he who made them will not have compassion on them;” (27: 11)
Even God has limitations on his compassion. How much longer should Western Christians tolerate the atrocious violence, laziness, rapes, crimes, and heretical practices of Third World “refugees” within our societies? How many terrorist acts and child trafficking violations must occur before we realize immigrants represent a people without discernment? There should be a limitation on our compassion. If God lost compassion for the people he created, how much more quickly should we lose compassion for those who invade our ancestral lands and murder our kin?
“‘We have made a covenant with death… it will not come to us, for we have made lies our refuge’…. your covenant with death will be annulled… you will be beaten down by it.” (28:15-18)
Western people have made a covenant with death. We have traded the life-giving morality of God’s religion for Satan’s nihilism and hedonism. The West has embraced a “culture of death.” Those agreeing to this pact believe they can reason with the negative consequences of indulging their sinful desires, but the direction of our civilization will prove them sadly mistaken. Satan doesn’t bargain, he enslaves.
“The Lord has poured out upon you a spirit of deep sleep… this people draw near to me with their mouth and honor me with their lips while their heart is far from me… the wisdom of their wise men shall perish, and the discernment of their discerning men shall be hidden.” (29:13-14)
When a people turns away from God in their hearts God conceals their ability to properly see. The modern West bears symptoms of this problem. Beginning with the pseudo-enlightenment (or “the darkening”) of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a sizable movement arose to replace God and Christianity with a rival ethical and logical system (liberalism, secular humanism, rationalism). As these ideas have marched into domination, tragedy and collapse have been their fruits. Men’s eyes have been blinded, and their wisdom has failed. Among the greatest tragedies have been those associated with Russian communism. However, with the failure of the secular vision, Russia has entered a post-secular age and seen a revival of Christian identity. This might be seen as a true enlightenment or awakening. After seeing the horrors of satanic ideologies, formally secular states might be open to God’s word.
“Ah, stubborn children… who carry out a plan, but not mine.” (30:1)
The children of Israel sought protection from Egypt, they sought to invest in things outside God’s plan. In a similar way, the West has chosen to carry out a liberal plan for the future in place of the way God has prepared through his religion.
“lying children… who say… ‘Do not prophesy to us what is right; speak to us smooth things,’” (10:9-10)
Twenty-first century Christians refuse to hear the truth about God’s morality and creation. They want to hear the “smooth” and comfortable words of racial egalitarianism and God’s love for homosexuals. They will not face reality as God created it. They will not open their eyes to the inconvenient truths that contradict their smooth harmonious relationship with liberal society.
“though the Lord give you the bread of adversity and the water of affliction, yet your Teacher will not hide himself anymore, but your eyes shall see your teacher… Then you will defile your carved idols overlaid with silver and your gold-plated metal images. You will scatter them as unclean things. You will say to them, ‘Be gone!’” (30:20-22)
When our eyes are opened to God’s truth our response should be to “defile” the false of gods of religious pluralism. Isaiah was speaking about the nation of Israel being awakened. He said that after God’s revelations of truth the people would collectively destroy their false cultic relics and dedicate the nation to the homogenous worship of the Lord.
“Behold, the name of the Lord comes from afar, burning with anger, and in thick rising smoke; his lips are full of fury… to sift the nations with a sieve of destruction, and to place on the jaws of the peoples a bridle that leads astray.” (30:27-28)
Perhaps God is sifting the West with a “sieve of destruction,” and allowing us to be harnessed by a “bridle that leads astray.” Only by breaking free of the nihilistic secular worldview of the twenty-first century West will we regain God’s blessings. Perhaps we cannot do this alone; the first step is the will to break free, and God will lend us strength to finish the job.
“The Assyrians will be terror-stricken at the voice of the Lord, when he strikes with his rod. And every stroke of the appointed staff that the Lord lays upon them… Battling with brandished arm, he will fight with them.” (30:31-32)
God is a war god who gave victory to Israel during battle. Some have argued the German conception of God as a magicoreligous entity who grants victory to a specific ethnic group in battle is fundamentally distant from the Mediterranean God of early Christianity. The Old Testament Christian scriptures, however, support the warlord interpretation of God’s identity.
“In that day everyone will cast away his idols of silver and his idols of gold, which your hands have sinfully made for you” (31:7)
Isaiah prophesied about the end of religious pluralism. Pluralism among the Israelites was a stain upon the nation. Why would religious pluralism not be a stain on our nations today? Would God bless our religious pluralism after condemned it among his Old Testament people?
“his young men will be put to forced labor.” (31:8)
Isaiah rejoiced at the prospect of young Assyrians being enslaved. He longed for the subjugation of the “other.”
“You will see no more the insolent people, the people of an obscure speech you cannot comprehend,” (33:19)
Isaiah stereotyped the Assyrians as an “insolent” ethnic group and described them as possessing an “obscure” tongue. Isaiah was “othering” the Assyrians by both insulting them and highlighting their strange foreign language. The prophet was happy to foretell a time when God would remove the “other” from power.
“For the Lord is our judge; the Lord is our lawgiver; the Lord is our king; he will save us.” (33:22)
Christ is our king. The time will come when every knee will bow and every tongue will confess his lordship over us. If Christ is our king, judge, and lawgiver there can be no room for a “freedom of religion” that accepts or encourages the practice of non-Christian faiths. Our laws should not protect the “rights” of those who openly flaunt God’s laws. Humans have no “right” to break Christ’s commandments. If we as a nation and race want God’s blessings we cannot accept many of the sinful abominations celebrated by the twenty-first century West.
“Draw near, O nations, to hear, and give attention, O peoples!” (34:1)
God simultaneously proclaimed both the plurality of the nations and universality of his message. He called all nations to hear his decree. The universality of Christianity does not negate the unique existence of separate races and ethnic groups. There is no contradiction between Christianity’s universal message and the existence of multiple distinct ethnic identities.
“The Lord is enraged against all the nations… he has devoted them to destruction, has given them over for slaughter. Their slain shall be cast out, the stench of their corpses shall rise; the mountains shall flow with their blood…. My sword… descends on Edom, upon the people I have devoted to destruction.” (34:2-5)
Chapter 34 is a graphic blood stained proclamation of God’s intention to genocide the ethnic Edomites. The last half of the chapter describes the desolation of Edom’s lands, and how the only wild animals would remain inhabitant their cities. God saw race, and he used it as a catalyst to decide who lived and died. God created ethnic identity, and he treats ethnic groups as collective units.
“Has any of the gods of the nations delivered his land out of the hand of the king of Assyria?” (36:18)
A common taunt from atheists suggests that all the archaic pagan gods have been proven fake and superstitious which means the Christian God is also fake and superstitious, but there was only ever one God, and many people have always recognized the others to be frauds.
“I will put a spirit in him, so that he shall hear a rumor and return to his own land, and I will make him fall by the sword in his own land.” (37:7)
God is willing to implant within a person or people group a spirit of destruction that will lead to death or devolution. Perhaps God has placed such a spirit in the twenty-first century West which is leading it deeper into debauchery and nihilism. It is difficult to explain how so many of our neighbors and friends could be so deceived by the insanity of the “New Left.” Perhaps there is a spiritual way to understand this phenomenon.
“you are the God, you alone, of all the kingdoms of the earth; you have made heaven and earth…. The kings of Assyria… have cast their gods into the fire. For they were no gods, but the work of men’s hands, wood and stone.” (37:16-19)
Revelation and faith have revealed who the true God is. Why should our societies be plagued with religious pluralism when we know the non-Christian gods are mere wood and stone? There should be no tolerance when tolerance threatens God’s blessings upon our nation. We must be united by the truth. Individualism leads a nation to embrace pluralism because the collective unit is no longer meaningful, but a godly perspective on group identity leads a society to pursue corporate holiness.
“For out of Jerusalem shall go a remnant, and out of Mount Zion a band of survivors.” (37:32)
Perhaps the West will end in ruin. Perhaps our cities will be destroyed by the darker races, and our institutions dismantled by diversity. If this is our destiny we should pray that our families, friends, and selves are among the remnant God chooses to retain for himself.
“And the angel of the Lord went out and struck down 185,000 in the camp of the Assyrians.” (37:35)
God is a war god who defends the nations who serve him. God slaughtered the ethnic “other” to preserve his people. God is willing to kill, he is not a pacifist.
Israel’s salvation came from God’s intervention. Even when hope is lost, and human power is incapable of victory, God’s plan will be accomplished. If God is with us who can be against us?
“I have walked before you in faithfulness and with a whole heart, and have done what is good in your sight.” (38:3)
God rewarded Hezekiah’s loyalty to him. God rewards those who serve him faithfully. If we want to be blessed by God our race must return to his service.
“your own sons, who will come from you, whom you will father, shall be taken away, and they shall be eunuchs in the palace of the king of Babylon. Then Hezekiah said to Isaiah, ‘The word of the Lord that you have spoken is good.’ For he thought, ‘There will be peace and security in my time.’” (39:7-8)
Hezekiah was among the good kings of Judah, but in this passage he demonstrated incredible selfishness. A father who is willing to neglect the castration of his sons is an irresponsible father.
“A voice cries: ‘In the wilderness prepare the way of the Lord; make straight in the desert a highway for our God.’” (40:3)
Christians who embrace the full revelation of God are voices calling from the wilderness like John the Baptist. They are calling for a social order that seeks to “make straight” the wilderness of our people’s spirits. In the twenty-first century, this prophetic voice is calling for the most basic return to God’s commands. We must call for our people to remember our God given identities as Christians and members of ethnic, gender, and familial groups. Identitarian Christians are hated prophets sent to a decadent sinful society. Some of God’s prophets found little success, but their witness was valuable to God and future generations. It’s our generation’s turn to prophesy. It’s a privilege to take this role and be hated for God.
“A voice says, ‘Cry!’ And I said, ‘What shall I cry?’ All flesh is as grass, and all its beauty is like the flower of the field. The grass withers, the flower fades when the breath of the Lord blows on it; surely the people are grass. The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of our God will stand forever.” (40:6-8)
We must remember who we are before God. We are like grass that can be destroyed by God’s breath. We are small, insignificant, and weak unless God empowers and preserves us. Our strength is produced by God’s Spirit moving within us.
“All the nations are as nothing before him, they are accounted by him as less than nothing and emptiness.” (40:17)
God is cosmic and powerful. Outer space is God’s demonstration of his vastness. We are empty and nothing if he is not working within us.
“He gives power to the faint, and to him who has no might he increases strength… they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles.” (40:29)
Our race must wait for God’s renewal. We must revive within ourselves a willingness to patiently follow God’s commandments and wait for his salvation. A dark age may come, but God can give us spiritual and psychological strength to endure.
“Israel, my servant, Jacob, whom I have chosen, the offspring of Abraham my friend.” (41:8)
Israel was a specifically ethno-national group of people physically descended from Abraham. Israel was the genetic offspring of God’s friend. There can be no nation without ethnic solidarity.
“Behold, all who are incensed against you shall be put to shame and confounded; those who strive against you shall be as nothing and shall perish.” (41:11)
God created categories of “us” verses “them,” an in-group and an out-group. He promised to humiliate and destroy the ethnic “other.”
“I have put my spirit upon him; he will bring forth justice to the nations.” (42:1)
The messiah brought the blessing of justice to the nations (plural), he did not destroy all nations and create a deracinated chaotic group of people with no ethno-national identity.
“who created the heavens and stretched them out, who spread out the earth and what comes from it” (42:5)
True religion can only be universalist because the world was created by only one God. Universal religion is necessitated by the truth of monotheism, but it does not imply the destruction of God’s created order of plural ethnic identity groups. The reality of one God does not translate into the unnatural creation of only one amalgamated race.
“a light for the nations,” (42:6)
The messiah was to be light to nations (plural). The Bible always assumes the existence of many different ethnic groups. Most of the time, the Bible does not talk about humanity as a single undivided whole. It talks about the race of Jacob or Edom or Mizraem, but rarely the race of Adam.
“The Lord goes out like a mighty man, like a man of war… he shows himself mighty against his foes.” (42:17)
The Germanic interpretation of God as a warlord is not foreign to inspired scripture. The Old Testament commonly imagines God as a war god devoted to the victory of his chosen privileged ethnic group. The New Testament depicts Christ as a victorious general at the end of history.
“Who gave Jacob to the looter, and Israel to the plunderers? Was it not the Lord, against whom we have sinned… in whose law they would not obey?” (42:24)
Who gave the West to the looters and plunderers of the Middle East and Africa? Was it not the Lord, against whom we have sinned… in whose law we would not obey.
“he who created you, O Jacob, he who formed you, O Israel:” (43:1)
Israel was an ethnic group. Like all ethnic groups, Israel was created by God. The existence of exclusive ethnic identities is the work of God. Christians should not seek to erase the identity groups God created.
“I give Egypt as your ransom, Cush and Seba in exchange for you. Because you are precious in my eyes,” (43:3-4)
God offered to sacrifice other ethnic groups to redeem his privileged people Israel. God ranked his loyalty to different nations. He prioritized his privileged people above the “other.” We were given our own ethnic identities when we were born. We too should prioritize our own people over other nations.
“All the nations gather together, and the people assemble.” (43:9)
Even as the nations gather together under Christ they do not cease to exist. The book of Revelations reveals a heavenly scene in which all the different ethnic identities worship together, but retain their plurality.
“Before me no god was formed, nor shall there be any after me… besides me there is no savior.” (43:10-11)
The truth is not pluralistic, the world was not created by a collection of diverse world religious views, and their can be no salvation outside the one true God. If our societies hope to retain the favor of heaven we had better purify them towards the only God who can bless us.
“I declared and saved and proclaimed, when there was no strange god among you;” (43:12)
God worked in Israel while he was the only God they served. Twenty-first century Christians often advocate liberty for all religions, even those outside Christianity. When Israel adulterated itself by pluralistically worshipping both Yahweh and other gods the blessings ceased. America must purge the corruption within it.
“you did not call upon me, O Jacob…. You have burdened me with your sins; you have wearied me with your iniquities.” (43:22-24)
How long will America refuse to call upon God? How long will we stubbornly continue in our sins as our society declines into a demonic worldview and lifestyle? We burden our Lord with iniquities
“I will… deliver Jacob to utter destruction.” (43:28)
God will, at some point, deliver the West to utter destruction unless it returns to him.
“I will pour my Spirit upon your offspring, and my blessing on your descendants.” (44:3)
If we align ourselves with God’s will he will bless our nation and our physical offspring. At the current rate of demographic decline across the West it remains to be seen how many offspring we will have for God to potentially bless.
“I am the first and I am the last; besides me there is no god.” (44:6)
The truth of monotheism allows no pluralism. It is a repudiation of pluralism and a proclamation of common reality and worldview under which all humans must live. Different groups are not free to construct their own religious and ethical views. The one God is the definer of our reality.
“All who fashion idols are nothing…. Let them all assemble, let them stand forth. They shall be terrified; they shall be put to shame together.” (44:9-11)
Those who propagate false religious ideas among our nation should be publicly shamed and shunned. They should be terrified to face the just recompense of their evil actions.
“Half of it he burns in the fire…. And the rest of it he makes into a god.” (44:12-20)
This well known section of Isaiah demonstrates that mockery can be an acceptable and godly linguistic method to convince people they are in error. Isaiah ridicules idolatrous people for worshiping material objects they themselves have created from raw materials. He gives the example of a man who makes an idol from the same piece of wood he uses to cook dinner. God does not demand politically correct speech codes or demand polite niceness when spreading his message.
“I formed you; you are my servant; O Israel, you will not be forgotten by me. I have blotted out your transgressions like a cloud” (44:21-22)
God formed the ethnic group of Israel, and he favored them among the nations. Ethnic differences are not accidents of man’s evil nature; they are products of God’s creative power.
“Thus says the Lord to his anointed, to Cyrus, whose right hand I have grasped, to subdue nations before him… to open doors before him” (45:1)
God uses unholy people to accomplish his will. In this case, he used Cyrus to subdue certain ethnic groups for a higher purpose.
“I form light and create darkness, I make well-being and create calamity,” (45:7)
God can cause chaos to accomplish his plan. Sometimes, chaos is necessary to open space for a new beginning. God creates necessary darkness.
“The wealth of Egypt and the merchandise of Cush and the Sabeans, men of stature, shall come to you and be yours… they shall come over in chains and bow down to you.” (45:14)
Isaiah prophesied that God would bless Israel. Among these blessings would be the enslavement and looting of the ethnic “other.” In a zero-sum prophesy, Isaiah predicted the destruction and humiliation of specific ethnic enemies of his own people.
“offspring of Jacob,” (45:19)
The Nation of Israel was an ethno-national entity defined by its people’s genetic connection as the descendents of a specific man. Israel was not a “propositional nation.”
“To me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear allegiance.” (45:23)
In the end, Christ will return and force every person who ever lived to confess him. There will be no pluralism at the end of history. There will be no religious liberty. The truth will prevail.
“In the Lord all the offspring of Israel shall be justified and shall glory.” (45:25)
The Nation of Israel was defined as an ethnic group descended from a common ancestor.
“You felt secure in your wickedness, you said, “No one sees me”; your wisdom and knowledge led you astray… but evil shall come upon you,” (47:10)
The twenty-first century West is so wealthy and liberal that our people assume they can practice open wickedness with no consequence. They imagine there is no God to judge them, and that their “superior” scientific and technological knowledge elevates them above Christianity. Our time will come, however, evil and calamity will be our punishment.
“Oh that you had paid attention to my commandments! Then your peace would have been like a river, your offspring would have been like the sand, and your descendants like its grains;” (48:18-19)
The West’s plunging demographics demonstrate the fruits of our disobedience to God’s commands. God is not blessing our offspring, he is not making us fruitful. The fertility rates in many Western countries are so low the nation’s population is being halved every generation.
“The Lord called me from the womb.... formed me from the womb to be his servant, to bring Jacob back to him; and that Israel might be gathered to him” (49:1-5)
Some God fearers are called to minister specifically to their own ethnic group. Of course, to be called in this way requires a sense of one’s unique ethnic identity. Jesus recognized his mission when he said he was only sent to the lost sheep of the House of Israel. God gave us ethnic identities so we could minister to specific groups of people.
“Can a women forget her nursing child, that she should have no compassion on the son of her womb?” (49:15)
Despite the fad of interracial adoption, there is something special and superior to a mother raising her own biological child. A child who comes from a women’s own womb is a true genetic offspring that has literally shared the same blood and organs as its mother. No adopted child can completely replace a biological child. God created women to produce their own children.
“I will make your oppressors eat their own flesh, and they shall be drunk with their own blood as with wine. Then all flesh shall know that I am the Lord your Savior.” (49:26)
God promised Israel he would torture and humiliate their ethnic enemies. In a savage expression of revenge, God reduced his people’s oppressors to cannibalism to demonstrate his power to the inhabitants of earth.
“I gave my back to those who strike, and my cheeks to those who pull out the beard; I hid not my face from disgrace and spitting.” (50:6)
Many modern Christians believe Jesus advocated pacifism when he preached in Matthew 5 to “turn the other cheek,” but if one takes his words to be inspired from this passage in Isaiah it appears Jesus was talking about showing strength in the face of persecution. Isaiah was not a pacifist, and he glorified the physical destruction of his enemies, but when he was mocked he accepted humiliation with fortitude.
There are several reasons to suspect Jesus was thinking of Isaiah 50 when he preached his allegedly pacifist message. Firstly, at the beginning of Matthew 5 Jesus mentioned that his listeners should imitate the prophets when people persecuted them (“rejoice and be exceeding glad… when men revile you… for so persecuted they the prophets who were before you.”). Secondly, Jesus talked later in his Sermon on the Mount about moth and rust corrupting people’s earthly wealth. Isaiah 50 features this same language about moths corrupting those with earthly concerns. Thirdly, the latter half of Isaiah was one of the most popular Old Testament books read in the Jewish synagogues of the first century, and Isaiah was the third most quoted book by Jesus during his ministry. In fact, he quoted from it in Matthew 4 right before delivering the Sermon the Mount (“eyes that do not see…”). Obviously, Jesus was very familiar with this material.
If Jesus was channeling Isaiah 50, during his turn the other cheek message, the pacifist use of that passage largely collapses. Jesus wasn’t suggesting total abstinence from physical violence but powerful fortitude in the face of personal insults and oppression.
“Behold, all you who kindle a fire, who equip yourselves with burning torches! Walk by the light of your fire, and by the torches that you have kindled!” (50:11)
There is great spiritual and moral darkness in the contemporary West. Those of us who want to keep our religious lights shining should walk by the spiritual torches we have kindled. Isaiah said his message would help the righteous of his day accomplish this, and through prayer and study of God’s revelation we can persevere with undimmed light.
“look to the rock from which you were hewn, and to the quarry from which you were dug. Look to Abraham your father and to Sarah who bore you; for he was but one when I called him, that I might bless him and multiply him.” (51:1-2)
The nation of Israel was biologically descended from Abraham. Isaiah described Abraham and his descendents as being made from the same geological material. Our ancestral identity is crucial in defining our identities.
“Listen to me, you who know righteousness, the people in whose heart is my law; fear not the reproach of man. Nor be dismayed at their revilings. For the moth will eat them up like a garment,” (51:7-8)
Christians who dare to tell the truth about identity in the early twenty-first century are reviled both within church by their fellow Christians and by secular society. Few people care to hear the truth about race differences in intelligence, the moral status of homosexual unions, or anything else that violates their sense of political correctness. Our enemies are fighting reality and God. Eventually, “The moth will eat them up like a garment.”
“O arm of the Lord… was it not you who cut Rahab in pieces, who pierced the dragon.” (51:9)
The ethnic Egyptians were described as a beast God tore to pieces. The corresponding English Standard Version footnote reads: “Rahab is Egypt. The ancient oppressor nation is perceived as a monster of mythic evil, slain by the power of God.” Characterizing an entire nation as an evil monster is politically incorrect.
“I have taken from your hand the cup of staggering; the bowl of my wrath you shall drink no more; and I will put it into the hand of your tormentors.” (51:22-23)
God chooses to torment certain groups of people and bless others. He acts according to ethnic identity. God does not limit his perspective to the individual. In this case, God was finished judging the ethnic Israelites and moved to torment the ethnic “other.” God judges people by the “color of their skin.”
“put on your strength, O Zion… for there shall no more come into you the uncircumcised and the unclean.” (52:1)
The uncircumcised were the ethnic “other.” God promised to bless Jerusalem with ethnic segregation and purity.
“The Suffering Servant” (Chapter 53)
Chapter 53 is among the most quoted passages in the Old Testament. For twenty-first century Christians it is among the few passages in Isaiah considered politically correct enough to publicly discuss. It should also be important to identitarians, however, because it demonstrates Christianity’s truth through prophesy and elevates the value of self sacrifice demonstrated by the servant towards his broader people group.
“For you will spread abroad to the right and to the left, and your offspring will possess the nations and will people the desolate cities.” (54:3)
Blessings from God include the conquest of one’s enemies and the multiplying of one’s offspring.
“I have also created the ravager to destroy;” (54:16)
God is more than order, stability, and peace. God is the destroyer. He opens space for his work by spreading chaos.
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts; neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord.” (55:8)
We can never be completely sure what historical events mean for us and our posterity. What may seem to be a defeat might eventually become a blessing. Currently (2016) the future appears grim for white Christians, but our thoughts may not be high enough to see the victory God has prepared for us.
“Let not the foreigner who has joined himself to the Lord say, ‘the Lord will surely separate me from his people’…. Their burnt offerings and their sacrifices will be accepted on my alter; for my house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples.” (56:3-7)
At first glance, this verse may seem to suggest foreigners can become Israelites merely by following God, but Isaiah makes a distinction by describing them as foreigners. The implication is that a foreigner is still a foreigner whether or not he follows God, but he is still one of God’s people. The idea that God could draw people from many nations into his service was present long before the New Testament era, but it did not imply ethnic identity had been eliminated. God has always been a universal God, and has expected people from all ethnic groups to serve him. There is no radical difference between the Old Testament and the New Testament on the issue of ethnic identity. Jesus quoted this passage when he cleansed the money changers from the temple’s designated foreigner section. Jesus understood the Old Testament to embrace a universal God whom all nations could serve, but he didn’t try to tear down the distinction the Old Testament made between Israelites and gentiles. Modern liberal Christians argue the Old Testament idea of ethnic identity was destroyed by the coming of Christ and the building of the Church, but this perspective fails to account for the continuity between the Old and New Testament’s concept of God as the universal creator of ethnic distinctions, and his expectation that they would all serve him at some point in the future.
“sons of the sorceress, offspring of the adulterer and the loose women.” (57:3)
Isaiah condemned wicked people by discussing the bad identity of their parents. He implied children are the product of their parents rather than just individuals born with a “blank slate.”
“declare to my people their transgression, to the house of Jacob their sins.” (58:1)
The Israelites sinned against God as a collective ethnic whole. They were not judged as individuals in this situation.
“Is not this the fast that I choose… let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke... bring the homeless poor into your home.” (58:6)
We should have mercy on those of our nation who are suffering. Money and wealth are blessings we must share, the rich among our ethnic groups must care for our poor. Part of having a group identity is treating each other as family.
“but your iniquities have made a separation between you and your God,” (59:2)
The Israelites had sinned as a people group, and their sins caused God to stop blessing them. The West must cease its iniquities before God’s blessings can return.
“He put on righteousness as a breastplate, and a helmet of salvation on his head; he put on garments of vengeance for clothing, and wrapped himself in zeal as a cloak. According to their deeds, so he will repay, wrath to his adversaries, repayment to his enemies;” (59:17)
The Bible presents God as a victorious warrior. The Old Testament presentation of God is very similar to the way the Germans imagined him after their conversion during the middle ages.
“my words that I have put in your mouth, shall not depart out of your mouth or out of the mouth of your offspring, or our of the mouth of your children’s offspring.” (59:21)
God’s religion is an ancestral religion to be passed down through generations of our kin. Peter echoed this sentiment when he preached that the Gospel was for “you and your children.” We should create a spiritual legacy for our families and race.
“nations shall come to your light,” (60:3)
Isaiah predicted that entire ethnic groups would be attracted to the light emanating from the Israelite people. His prophesy came true, the nations of Europe thrived for centuries with the light of Christianity, and they approached the light as nations rather than individuals. The Germans, for example, were famous for converting in the thousands along with their ethnic kin.
“Foreigners shall build up your walls,” (60:10)
Isaiah prophesies that Israel would reach such heights of prosperity and security that foreigners, who were usually enemies, would build up the walls and make Jerusalem safe from attack (even their attack). Israel would become so powerful that foreigners would serve them. “We’re going to build a wall, and Mexico is going to pay for it.”
“Your gates shall be open continually… that people may bring to you the wealth of the nations, with their kings led in procession. For the nation and kingdom that will not serve you shall perish; those nations shall be utterly laid waste.” (60:11-12)
The blessings of God included Israel’s total domination of the ethnic “other.” The “other” would be so subdued they would continually bring wealth to Israel (probably tribute money).
“The sons of those who afflicted you shall come bending low to you.” (60:14)
The ethnic “other,” even traditional enemies, would accept total submission.
“Your people shall all be righteous; they shall possess the land forever.” (60:21)
We should strive to create an ethno-state in which all our people are moral God fearers. We should pursue the least amount of religious and moral pluralism possible to create a pure state.
“The least one shall become a clan, and the smallest one a mighty nation.” (60:22)
The blessings of God include the multiplication of our offspring into clans and nations (i.e. high birth rates).
“Strangers shall stand and tend your flocks; foreigners shall be your plowmen and vinedressers; but you shall be called the priests of the Lord… and shall eat the wealth of nations.” (61:5-6)
Isaiah prophesied that God would create an order in which the ethnic “other” would serve in the lowly jobs as the ethnic Israelites retained the highest and most prestigious positions (priests). He predicted they would thrive on the wealth of other nations.
“Their offspring shall be known among the nations,” (61:9)
The ethnic Israelites would become famous and respected among the ethnic “other.”
“the Lord God will cause righteousness and praise to sprout up before all the nations.” (61:11)
Even in the ethno-nationalist Old Testament religious universalism was recognized as truth. Religious universalism does not imply ethnic amalgamation.
“The nations shall see your righteousness,” (62:2)
Again, the “nations” are plural. The Bible supports the idea of distinct ethnic identities.
“I will not again give your grain to be food for your enemies, and foreigners shall not drink your wine for which you have labored;” (62:8)
God’s blessings included the ousting of foreign parasites who threatened the well being of the ethnic in-group.
“I have trodden the winepress… I trod them in my anger and trampled them in my wrath; their lifeblood spattered on my garments, and stained all my apparel. For the day of vengeance was in my heart, and my year of redemption had come… I trampled down the peoples in my anger; I made them drunk in my wrath, and I poured out their lifeblood on the earth.” (63:3-6)
Isaiah depicted God as trampling his enemies into a bloody pulp. God’s clothing was stained with the blood of his victims. God will destroy his enemies. There is only one way to salvation.
“We have all become like one who is unclean… and our iniquities, like the wind, take us away. There is no one who calls upon your name.” (64:6-7)
Isaiah grouped himself within his broader ethnic group. He used an ethnic stereotype that was not completely true (“there is no one who calls upon your name”) to describe his people. Negative ethnic stereotypes are embraced within the Bible.
“Your holy cities have become wilderness; Zion has become a wilderness, Jerusalem a desolation. Our holy and beautiful house… has been burned by fire… will you restrain yourself at these things, O Lord? Will you keep silent, and afflict us so terribly?” (64:10-12)
Many of the West’s cities have become ruins. Rural towns are rapidly being abandoned, and even formally huge cities (like Detroit) have fallen into desolation. Perhaps God is punishing us.
“I spread out my hands all the day to a rebellious people.” (65:2)
The ethnic Israelites were negatively stereotyped as a “rebellious people.” Racial stereotypes are linguistically acceptable.
“I will indeed repay into their lap both your iniquities and your father’s iniquities together, says the Lord; because they made offerings on the mountains and insulted me on the hills,” (65:6-7)
God considers our ancestral identities when judging us. Our sins are not uniquely our own, they are the result of our bloodlines, culture, parental training, and many other factors. God sees our identities as connected to our people, and he will judge both us and our people.
“But you who forsake the Lord, who forget my holy mountain… I will destine you to the sword, and all of you shall bow down to the slaughter, because, when I called, you did not answer; when I spoke, you did not listen.” (65:12)
God is not a therapist. God is a vengeful warrior. We are within his in-group or we are his out-group, and his out-group will be slaughtered.
“Therefore thus says the Lord God: ‘Behold, my servants shall eat, but you shall go hungry; behold, my servants shall drink, but you shall grow thirsty; behold, my servants shall rejoice, but you shall be put to shame; behold, my servants shall sing for gladness of heart, but you shall cry out for pain of heart and shall wail for breaking of spirit… the Lord God will put you to death,” (65:13-15)
God has a clear in-group and out-group. God is against acceptance and pluralism.
“the God of truth, he who takes an oath in the land shall swear by the God of truth;” (65:16)
If we serve the “God of truth” we should explore and proclaim the truth; even the politically incorrect truths of racial inequality.
“Your brothers who hate you and cast you out for my name’s sake have said, ‘Let the Lord be glorified, that we may see your joy’; but it is they who shall be put to shame. ‘The sound of an uproar from the city! A sound in the temple! The sound of the Lord, rendering recompense to his enemies!” (66:5-6)
Today, we are reviled. Tomorrow, God will avenge us. They hate us because we tell them the truth, but we will be vindicated.
“Rejoice with Jerusalem, and be glad for her, all you who love her;” (66:10)
It’s healthy and beautiful to find a place to be attached to. Our homelands, and specifically our hometowns, are a part of our identity. We should love and cherish them.
“the hand of the Lord shall be known to his servants, and he shall show his indignation against his enemies… the Lord will come in fire, and his chariots like the whirlwind, to render his anger in fury, and his rebuke with flames of fire. For by fire will the Lord enter into judgment, and by his sword, with all flesh; and those slain by the Lord shall be many.” (66:15-16)
There will be no religious pluralism when Christ returns. God will violently destroy his enemies.
“the time is coming to gather all nations and tongues. And they shall come and shall see my glory… I will send survivors to the nations… that they may glory among the nations. And they shall bring all your brothers from all the nations as an offering to the Lord… and some of them I will take for priests and Levites,” (66:18-21)
Even after the coming of Christ, different ethnic groups exist as distinct and separate entities. The coming of Christ did not erase the genetic and cultural differences God embedded within different ethnic identities.
“all flesh shall come to worship before me,” (66:23)
God, as the creator of all humanity, has always sought universal religion, but this did not stop him from creating a racially divided world and choosing a privileged ethnic group.
“And they shall go out and look on the dead bodies of the men who have rebelled against me. For their worm shall not die, their fire shall not be quenched, and they shall be an abhorrence to all flesh.” (66:24)
The final paragraph of Isaiah’s long book is a promise that God will defeat and torture his enemies. God will end religious pluralism and confine his enemies to becoming an “abhorrence to all flesh.” There will be no “religious liberty” when Christ returns. We must join God if we hope to survive the coming purge.