Identitarian Commentary on Jeremiah

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.

“The words of Jeremiah, the son of Hilkiah, one of the priests who were in Anathoth in the land of Benjamin,” (1:1)

Jeremiah’ first verse contains numerous ancestral references, and it links ancestry to identity. Jeremiah’s father, ancestral profession, and land identified the prophet as a specific historical person. The land of Benjamin was associated with a patriarch whose descendents dwelled there (although Jeremiah was a Levite).

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.” (1:5)

Jeremiah’s identity as prophet and priest was chosen by God before his birth. Jeremiah didn’t have the right to self determination. He certainly didn’t have the right to choose his gender. Individual liberty is largely an illusion. No one is an individual.

“I make you this day a fortified city, an iron pillar, and bronze walls, against the whole land, against the kings of Judah, its officials, its priests, and the people of the land. They will fight against you, but they shall not prevail against you, for I am with you,” (1:18-19)

Alt-Right/identitarian/reactionary Christians are standing against our governments, church leaders, and societies when we prophesy the truth about race realism and God’s will for sexual identity roles. We’re hated, condemned, and socially ostracized for defending truth. We should be encouraged by what God made of Jeremiah: an “iron pillar” and “bronze wall.” Everyone may oppose us, but if God supports us we can maintain confidence.

“Hear the word of the Lord, O house of Jacob, and all the clans of the house of Israel.” (2:4)

God’s prophesy was directed towards a specific familio-ethnic group: the Israelites (descendents of Israel). God is both universal and particular. He maintains the ability to address specific ethnic groups at specific times.

“I brought you into a plentiful land to enjoy its fruits and its good things. But when you came in, you defiled my land and made my heritage an abomination.” (2:7)

God gave specific territory to a specific ethno-racial group. In Acts 17, Paul discussed God setting national boundaries. Our ethnic group has the obligation to defend the land God has given our people. In the case of whites, our land is Europe, North America, and Australia.

The sin of the Israelites, however, is also our own. God gave us North America, a territory of unimaginable wealth, but we’ve turned this country into a land of debauchery and sin. We’ve taken God’s heritage and made it an abomination. God may send us into exile.

“Therefore I still contend with you, declares the Lord, and with your children's children I will contend.” (2:9)

God contends with family groups, ethnic groups, and individuals. He’s not incapable of seeing beyond the individual as modern secular liberals are. His eyes are open to every aspect of human society.

“But you said, ‘It is hopeless, for I have loved foreigners, and after them I will go.’” (2:25) “acknowledge your guilt, that you rebelled against the Lord your God and scattered your favors among foreigners under every green tree,” (3:13)

God made a distinction between the Israelite in-group and the gentile out-group. He maintained his divinity over both Jew and gentile while still condemning the Israelites for crossing ethnic boundaries and corrupting their unique identity as a chosen people.

Some twentieth century Christians have claimed that God only condemned interracial marriage between Jew and gentile because the gentiles were not God fearing people. If this were true, however, why did he not forbid intermarriage between faithful Jews and idolatrous Jews? Interracial marriages were condemned for both religious and ethnic reasons.

“Also on your skirts is found the lifeblood of the guiltless poor;” (2:34)

Modern capitalism makes no provision for the poor, and the modern rich are among the most ruthless destroyers of the traditional community structures that looked after the poor. Corporatists don’t care about the lower classes, so long as they drink Coke-A-Cola and buy iPhones.

“If a man divorces his wife and she goes from him and becomes another man's wife, will he return to her? Would not that land be greatly polluted? You have played the whore with many lovers; and would you return to me?” (3:1)

Contemporary young Westerners think nothing of being promiscuous and sleeping with as many people as they like. They have no incentive to remain virgins and no consequences for choosing fornication. The Bible, however, views sexually promiscuous woman as contaminated and having lost their purity and some of their value. Men want to marry virgins. Despite our cultures acceptance of the whorish woman, her behavior remains an abomination. Woman should remain unpolluted for their future husbands.

So many modern Christian women expect men to simply accept their dirty pasts and forgive them without consequence. This attitude must end. Without social consequences this behavior will never cease.

“By the waysides you have sat awaiting lovers like an Arab in the wilderness.” (3:2)

God used a negative ethnic stereotype about Arabs to make a point about Israel being adulterous. Ethnic stereotypes are morally acceptable.

“Have you seen what she did, that faithless one, Israel, how she went up on every high hill and under every green tree, and there played the whore?” (3:6)

God talked about an entire ethnic group, Israel, as a single entity. He didn’t allow for exceptions or apologize for stereotyping.

“I said, how I would set you among my sons, and give you a pleasant land, a heritage most beautiful of all nations.” (3:19)

God acknowledged the existence of numerous ethnic groups (“nations”) and acted differently towards them. If the universal God treats his own created races differently, then limited parochial humans must, by necessity, treat different races differently (especially their own race and people).

“we have sinned against the Lord our God, we and our fathers, from our youth even to this day, and we have not obeyed the voice of the Lord our God.” (3:25)

Disobedience is often hereditary. Sin is often implanted within whole groups of people.

“if you swear, ‘As the LORD lives,’ in truth, in justice, and in righteousness, then nations shall bless themselves in him, band in him shall they glory.” (4:2)

Nations (ethnos) can be united in the Lord while still maintaining their unique identities. They can band together in spiritual unity even as they maintain separate institutions and genetic heritages. There is no multi-racial requirement for our churches.

“lest my wrath go forth like fire, and burn with none to quench it, because of the evil of your deeds.” (4:4)

God is not above using his anger to destroy those who disobey him. God is more than a therapeutic grandfather who encourages people to “play nice.”

“A lion has gone up from his thicket, a destroyer of nations has set out; he has gone out from his place to make your land a waste; your cities will be ruins” (4:7)

This verse reminds one of globalism, and the way it’s turned our rural towns into deserted wastes. It’s destroyed nations and caused immense division within our societies.

“For my people are foolish; they know me not; they are stupid children;
they have no understanding. They are ‘wise’—in doing evil! But how to do good they know not.” (4:22)

Modern Westerners are wise in their justifications for evil. LGBT Christians are clever at contriving complex theological justifications for immoral behavior that both scripture and church tradition have always condemned.

“Search her squares to see if you can find a man, one who does justice and seeks truth, that I may pardon her.” (5:1)

There are probably whole American and European neighborhoods where one couldn’t find a single righteous truthful man. This is especially true among the Millennial generation (my own group). Millennials are scarce among church attendees, and polling data suggests less than 5% of us hold to anything approaching traditional Christian teaching.

“O Lord, do not your eyes look for truth? You have struck them down, but they felt no anguish; you have consumed them, but they refused to take correction. They have made their faces harder than rock; they have refused to repent.” (5:3)

God is allowing our nations to be invaded by Third World hordes. He’s allowed our birth rates to fall far below replacement level. He’s allowed liberalism to tear apart our communities. He’s allowed drugs to destroy our young people. Still, we rebel against his divinity.

“Shall I not punish them for these things? declares the LORD; and shall I not avenge myself on a nation such as this?” (5:9)

God takes vengeance on whole nations; he doesn’t simply judge individuals. Jeremiah suffered because of his ethnic group’s wickedness despite his close personal relationship with God. Our personal holiness cannot save us from all the consequences of our people’s rebellion. God will avenge himself upon us.

“Go up through her vine rows and destroy, but make not a full end; strip away her branches, for they are not the Lord's.” (5:10)

Hopefully, this is what God is doing to white people. Optimistically, he doesn’t intend to destroy us all, but rather he’s pruning our race and preserving the holy parts. The pruning will be painful, but by purifying ourselves and remaining loyal to God perhaps our branches will remain intact.

“I am making my words in your mouth a fire, and this people wood, and the fire shall consume them.” (5:14)

The truth that identitarian Christians profess is powerful. Truth has the power to cut through illusions and destroy false worldviews. Out duty is to prophesy against modern lies.

“Behold, I am bringing against you a nation from afar, O house of Israel, declares the Lord. It is an enduring nation; it is an ancient nation, a nation whose language you do not know, nor can you understand what they say. Their quiver is like an open tomb; they are all mighty warriors. They shall eat up your harvest and your food; they shall eat up your sons and your daughters; they shall eat up your flocks and your herds; they shall eat up your vines and your fig trees; your fortified cities in which you trust they shall beat down with the sword.” (5:15-17)

God works with ethnic groups, and he sets certain ethnic groups against other ethnic groups. God takes sides in history. He gives power to specific nations and races and pushes down other groups. Let’s be sure we’re on his side.

Perhaps the recent immigrant invasions are God’s way of punishing us for forsaking him. Despite possessing all the wealth and power any race could hope for, whites are too weak to protect our own borders. A spirit of delusion has overtaken us.

“so you shall serve foreigners in a land that is not yours.” (5:19)

To be in servitude to another ethnic group is shameful. To be exiled from one’s land is sorrowful. Today, Westerners find themselves without countries. Diversity has made us exiles in our own lands.

“their houses are full of deceit; therefore they have become great and rich.... they do not defend the rights of the needy.” (5:27-28)

Capitalism places Mammon above all. The needy are discarded if they lack economic utility. The modern rich use all kinds of economic and financial deceits to accumulate money at the cost of nations and their people. Capitalists have used free trade to undermine and destroy so much of the American working class. The rich accumulate at the expense of the poor.

“shall I not avenge myself on a nation such as this?” (5:29)

God targeted a specific nation for their behavior. Despite God possessing unlimited power to avenge himself only on the evil doers, he chose to avenge himself on the people as a collective. Today, we hear of vetting immigrants as individuals in order to avoid making laws banning entire races or nations. God, however, didn’t vet the children of Israel as individuals. God and Jeremiah thought in ethnic terms.

“Behold, a people is coming from the north country, a great nation is stirring from the farthest parts of the earth. They lay hold on bow and javelin; they are cruel and have no mercy;” (6:22-23)

The northern ethnos was stereotyped by God as “cruel” and having “no mercy.” Different nations of people have different collective characters that can be accurately summarized. For example: blacks are violent, Mexicans have low average IQ, Chinese are good at math, and the Babylonians are cruel and have no mercy.

“Go not out into the field, nor walk on the road, for the enemy has a sword; terror is on every side.” (6:25)

This is increasingly the situation in racially diverse America. Parents are afraid to let their children walk alone, and the inner cities are wastelands of violence. The Muslim ghettos in Paris are off limits even to police. The West is rapidly descending to South African levels of dysfunction, and genocide threatens.

“For if you truly amend your ways and your deeds, if you truly execute justice one with another, if you do not oppress the sojourner, the fatherless, or the widow, or shed innocent blood in this place, and if you do not go after other gods to your own harm, then I will let you dwell in this place, in the land that I gave of old to your fathers forever.” (7:5-7)

Liberals often use passages like this to claim Christians must allow immigrants into our lands (“do not oppress the sojourner”). However, these sojourners were never considered part of the Israelite nation. They were seen as a specific out-group that was merely “sojourning” in Israelite territory. They had no claim to citizenship or political rights.

As a white person who lived and worked in China, I can attest to the huge difference between American style assimilation and merely not being oppressed in a foreign land. I was treated nicely while in China, but there was no possibility of my ever owning property, becoming a citizen, or being regarded as Chinese by local people. I was invited into their land to work, and I wasn’t permitted to arbitrarily stay. Oppression is very different than taking steps to racially maintain one’s ethnic homeland.

“I will cast you out of my sight, as I cast out all your kinsmen, all the offspring of Ephraim. ‘As for you, do not pray for this people, or lift up a cry or prayer for them, and do not intercede with me, for I will not hear you. Do you not see what they are doing in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem?’” (7:15-17)

Should we continue to pray for our governments and leaders? Have they not gone beyond the point of return? They’re now the purveyors of evil rather than its restrainers. Our governments are the cause of chaos. They reign through anarcho-tyranny and spread liberal poison and vice across the globe. The U.S. government is arguably the LGBT agenda’s largest worldwide sponsor. The cultural filth spewing from America has reached every corner of earth. How much longer should we pray for this country? Perhaps collapse is the only path to a better future.

“They did worse than their fathers.” (7:26)

God judged the Israelites by comparing them to their ancestors.

“they have built the high places of Topheth, which is in the Valley of the Son of Hinnom, to burn their sons and their daughters in the fire, which I did not command,” (7:31)

The Baby Boomers and Generation Xers have sacrificed their children’s future to the god of diversity. They were blessed to grow up in homogenous white Christian countries, but they’ve irresponsibly robbed their children of that blessing. They’ve burned up their descendant’s heritage.

“And they shall not be gathered or buried. They shall be as dung on the surface of the ground.” (8:2)

God planned to humiliate the nation that betrayed him. His vengeance wasn’t limited to the individuals who rebelled, and it wasn’t particularly humane. His plan was to cover the earth with their corpses and make it impossible for them to obtain the honor of proper burial.

“The wise men shall be put to shame; they shall be dismayed and taken; behold, they have rejected the word of the Lord, so what wisdom is in them? Therefore I will give their wives to others and their fields to conquerors,” (8:9-10)

This passage is an excellent representation of the modern Western condition. Our cuckolded intellectuals have rejected God, their nations are being conquered, and their ideas are becoming irrelevant. Intellectual freedom should only extend within the limits of the sacred. The Marxist/liberal academic’s liberty must end at the word of God: “They have rejected the word of the Lord, so what wisdom is in them?”

“for the Lord our God has doomed us to perish and has given us poisoned water to drink, because we have sinned against the Lord. We looked for peace, but no good came; for a time of healing, but behold, terror.” (8:14-15)

Has God poisoned the West? It certainly seems like we’re cursed. Even godly white people are suffering because of the wickedness of our nations. We look for God’s blessings, but we receive poison. We must suffer with our nations. Our suffering will end when we collectively return to the God of our fathers. We must fight if we don’t want to suffer. The prophets suffered immeasurably for their role as truth tellers. We’re not above their fate.

“My joy is gone; grief is upon me; my heart is sick within me.” (8:18) “Oh that my head were waters, and my eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people! Oh that I had in the desert a travelers' lodging place, that I might leave my people and go away from them! For they are all adulterers, a company of treacherous men.” (9:1-2) 

The Nation of Israel deserved to be destroyed, but when that destruction came it brought grief to Jeremiah. Christian identitarians find no contradiction between realizing our people deserve destruction for their wickedness and feeling sorry when we see it. Our hope is a restoration of our people’s loyalty to God. Perhaps, as our race witnesses their displacement and erasure they’ll return to the God of their fathers and again respect God given identity. We should grieve that they’re being destroyed for their wickedness. Regardless of what happened to the Jews, Jeremiah still referred to his wicked ethnos as “my people.” We cannot choose our ethnic identity, its forever within us. We belong to our race whether they’re worthy or not.

“Everyone deceives his neighbor, and no one speaks the truth; they have taught their tongue to speak lies; they weary themselves committing iniquity.” (9:5)

Driving around my city I often see wasted people walking along the roads. These people are commonly young woman around my age. They’re borderline anorexic and destroyed by drugs. How many heterosexuals and homosexuals have died of STDs? Our people are weary of sin. Our society is exhausted by iniquity. The lies we tell ourselves continue accumulating. Our modern liberal worldview is built on a foundation of rotting lies.

“I will scatter them among the nations whom neither they nor their fathers have known, and I will send the sword after them, until I have consumed them.” (9:16)

To be surrounded by foreign races is a curse from God. Diversity and pluralism are curses for disobedience. In retrospect, Poland and the Visegrad Group were blessed above the West by being oppressed under Communism. While the wealthy West degenerated into godless hedonism, the post-Communist countries have emerged as relatively healthy Christian ethno-states. They suffered oppression, but we face extinction. God works in mysterious ways.

“Egypt, Judah, Edom, the sons of Ammon, Moab, and all who dwell in the desert who cut the corners of their hair, for all these nations are uncircumcised, and all the house of Israel are uncircumcised in heart.” (9:26)

God sees race. God divided the world’s people into ethnic groups with distinct identities. The idea that “race doesn’t matter” totally contradicts a biblical worldview. All the nations God listed as uncircumcised were ethnonational entities with a known common ancestor (Mizraim, Jacob/Judah, Esau, Ammon/Moab, Lot).

“Their idols are like scarecrows in a cucumber field,” (10:5)

Neo-paganism is like a scarecrow: obviously fake to everyone but animals (or those who reduce themselves to that state).

“I know, O Lord, that the way of man is not in himself, that it is not in man who walks to direct his steps. Correct me, O Lord, but in justice; not in your anger, lest you bring me to nothing. Pour out your wrath on the nations that know you not, and on the peoples that call not on your name, for they have devoured Jacob; they have devoured him and consumed him, and have laid waste his habitation.” (10:24-25)

Identitarian Christianity is about restoring sacred order to our lives. The chaos of liberalism has destabilized our people. We’re engulfed by moral, economic, social, religious, and territorial anarchy. Almost every aspect of the modern Western world is disorganized, disjointed, and inappropriate. It’s not in man to direct his own steps. We must revive a sense of spiritual order within our societies.

We should pray, as Jeremiah did, that God corrects us with justice and not anger, lest he erase our people with white genocide. We should also pray that God “pours out his wrath” on the nations oppressing us, specifically the Muslims who seek the destruction of our faith and people.

“So shall you be my people, and I will be your God, that I may confirm the oath that I swore to your fathers, to give them a land flowing with milk and honey,” (11:4-5)

In times past, the races of the West pledged their loyalty to God. Poland has recently rededicated their nation to Christ. We should give God a reason to bless us by restoring ourselves to him.

“They have turned back to the iniquities of their forefathers, who refused to hear my words.” (11:10)

God remembers an ethnos’ ancestral behavior. He doesn’t judge us merely by our individual actions, but in comparison to our fathers who preceded us. In large part, we’re the product of ancestry and culture. Every action and event must be placed within the context of history.

“The Lord of hosts, who planted you, has decreed disaster against you, because of the evil that the house of Israel and the house of Judah have done,” (11:17)

Western Civilization and white America were both planted by God. Christianity is the central defining core of the West. Liberalism is merely the ideology of rebellion over the last two hundred years. Liberalism is adolescent insurrection. Our ethnos must “grow up,” accept the wisdom of our ancestors, return to God, and accept his ordering of our lives and societies.

“Behold, I will punish them. The young men shall die by the sword, their sons and their daughters shall die by famine,” (11:22-23)

The ethnos suffers together. The people suffer as an entity. The guilty suffer with the innocent. The children suffer with their parents.

“Why does the way of the wicked prosper?” (12:1)

The modern West celebrates and elevates the wicked. Homosexuality is seen as morally superior to heterosexuality. God’s morality is abhorred while moral liberty is encouraged. Gender roles are reversed. Affirmative action ensures the triumph of the lowest over the highest. The evil and ugly is called beautiful.

“I have forsaken my house; I have abandoned my heritage;” (12:7)

God forsook his people because they forsook him. He bemoaned the necessity of giving them up. God was like a father forced to abandon his rebellious child. Whites have served God for over a thousand years, but he’s forsaken and cursed us because we forsook him to pursue “liberty.” He hasn’t forgotten our ancestor’s loyalty, the millions of missionaries we’ve produced, and the blessings he’s given us. Forgiveness is easy for a father, if only our race would muster the humility to return to him.

“Thus says the Lord concerning all my evil neighbors who touch the heritage that I have given my people Israel to inherit: ‘Behold, I will pluck them up from their land, and I will pluck up the house of Judah from among them.’” (12:14)

God tied Palestine to the ethnic Israelites. As in Acts 17, races of people are linked to land. The ethnonational paradigm is God’s established system.

“But after I uproot them, I will again have compassion and will bring each of them back to their own inheritance and their own country… But if any nation will not listen, then I will utterly pluck it up and destroy it, declares the Lord.” (12:15-17)

God has uprooted us, but if we turn back to him perhaps he’ll restore our land to us and remove the scourge of diversity from among us.

“This evil people,” (13:10)

God wasn’t afraid to stereotype an entire ethnic group. Some ethnos are evil. Some races are criminal. Some ethnicities are violent and unintelligent.

“Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots?” (13:23)

Our ethnic identities are established and cannot be altered. The black person can’t become white, and the white person cannot become black. Our identities are given to us by God just as he gave identities to different animal species. Our racial identity is unalterable and immutable.

“We acknowledge our wickedness, O Lord, and the iniquity of our fathers, for we have sinned against you.” (14:20)

These are the words that should be on our people’s tongues. We must repent and return to God. I write this as a person who’s lived my whole life in a godly way (to the best of my ability), but I acknowledge that I’m part of an ethnic group that has rejected him. Whether or not we participated in our people’s rebellion we must admit our collective guilt and move forward as a united race. Jesus was sinless, and yet he collected the sins of his people and died for them. Such is our fate. We must repent together.

“I will appoint over them four kinds of destroyers, declares the Lord: the sword to kill, the dogs to tear, and the birds of the air and the beasts of the earth to devour and destroy. And I will make them a horror to all the kingdoms of the earth because of what Manasseh the son of Hezekiah, king of Judah, did in Jerusalem.” (15:3-4)

God punished the entire race for the sin of a single leader. We’re not individuals alone with God, but members of a collective who interact with God’s history together. The monarch is the ethnos’ representative, and his actions may bring suffering upon his people.

How similar is the West’s contemporary situation. The elite sponsor and disseminate cultural filth to the masses, our politicians support degenerate godless legal causes, and we suffer for their actions.

“I have made their widows more in number than the sand of the seas; I have brought against the mothers of young men a destroyer at noonday;” (15:8)

Families will suffer. Sons will lose their mothers, and mothers will lose their sons. God attacks the collective.

“Woe is me, my mother, that you bore me, a man of strife and contention to the whole land! I have not lent, nor have I borrowed, yet all of them curse me.” (15:10)

Jeremiah’s curse is the same that identitarian Christians suffer in the twenty-first century. Our societies hate us. We’re the most reviled of people. They socially ostracize us, delete our websites, fire us from jobs, slander us unceasingly, and accuse us of causing division and hatred. Some of us, myself included, have been pushed out of our church communities. We’ve become the scum of the earth to call our race back to reality.

“for I have taken away my peace from this people,” (16:5)

Huge portions of the American population are now on anxiety medications. Every day we become more peace-less. Our lives are disjointed and increasingly dysfunctional in every dimension. Our politics and culture war are dividing us beyond the possibility of reconciliation. God has removed his peace from us.

“Why has the Lord pronounced all this great evil against us?... Because your fathers have forsaken me, declares the Lord, and have gone after other gods and have served and worshiped them, and have forsaken me and have not kept my law,” (16:10-11)

Our race should be asking the same question, but we’re too far gone to believe God could will good or evil towards us.

“O house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter has done? declares the LORD. Behold, like the clay in the potter's hand, so are you in my hand, O house of Israel. If at any time I declare concerning a nation or a kingdom, that I will pluck up and break down and destroy it, and if that nation, concerning which I have spoken, turns from its evil, I will relent of the disaster that I intended to do to it.” (18:6-8)

God has allowed evil leaders (like Germany’s Angela Merkel) to control our nations and assist Third World invaders in their demographic displacement of our people. God can form any nation into a prosperous entity if he sees us conforming to his will. If we rebel, however, he can pluck us up and destroy us.

“And I will make them eat the flesh of their sons and their daughters, and everyone shall eat the flesh of his neighbor in the siege” (19:9)

Therapeutic deism denies much of God’s nature. Moderns are confused by the suffering they see around the world, and atheists sometimes say that the proof against God lies in every children’s hospital. The god they disprove, however, is not the God of Jeremiah 19:9, but a therapeutic deity who can’t stomach suffering. God created reality, and he can comprehend every horror he has permitted.

“If I say, ‘I will not mention him, or speak any more in his name,’ there is in my heart as it were a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I am weary with holding it in, and I cannot.” (20:9)

The heart of a prophet cannot keep silence when lies are told. How many times are identitarian Christians told to remain silent when some lie about race/ethnicity or homosexuality is asserted in our society? Yet, we cannot be silent. We feel within ourselves a burning fire that builds until the truth is defended. We’re not politically correct. Like Jesus, the truth is too valuable to hide for the sake of false peace.

“Thus says the Lord: Do justice and righteousness, and deliver from the hand of the oppressor him who has been robbed. And do no wrong or violence to the resident alien, the fatherless, and the widow, nor shed innocent blood in this place.” (22:3)

Israel was an ethno-state, but the Israelites still allowed aliens to live and work in their land. I was a resident alien in China for two years teaching English, but I was never allowed to become Chinese. I was glad the Chinese treated me with dignity, but I wasn’t naïve enough to think I could integrate into their ethno-state and become one of them.

Old Testament passages about the resident alien have little relevance to modern questions of mass immigration into the West. Our contemporary situation is vastly different. In our societies, the aliens are threatening demographic destruction of our ethnicities and openly challenging the supremacy of Christianity. A resident alien is always a guest, and shouldn’t be seen as an insider. They’re present on our terms.

“Then I will gather the remnant of my flock out of all the countries where I have driven them, and I will bring them back to their fold, and they shall be fruitful and multiply.” (23:3) “‘As the Lord lives who brought up and led the offspring of the house of Israel out of the north country and out of all the countries where he had driven them.’ Then they shall dwell in their own land.” (23:8)

The Israelites were still the Israelites regardless of which country they lived in. Being born in Babylon didn’t make them Babylonian. There was no “magic dirt” in Mesopotamia that erased old ethnic identity and melted everyone into a new group. God was still able to gather his chosen nation out of the countries where they were exiled for several generations.

The modern American idea that anyone born on U.S. soil automatically becomes American is ridiculous. The Israelites had a specific homeland, and it didn’t matter if the generations born in Babylon had never seen the Promised Land, it remained their unique inheritance.

My family has lived in America for hundreds of years, but I still look back to Europe as my ancestral homeland. What happens in Europe matters to me on a deep level. I see myself as more European than any non-white who was born in Europe. Blood (genetics) is what ties a nation together. Being German is about ancestry. Being French is about ancestry. Being English is about ancestry. Being Irish is about ancestry. God made a promise to Jacob and his descendents (“house”), not to those who merely inhabit the land of Canaan. God does not make promises to dirt.

“I will raise up for David a righteous Branch, and he shall reign as king and deal wisely, and shall execute justice and righteousness in the land.” (23:5)

Jesus had to be a blood descendent of David. Jesus couldn’t have been a black African who adopted the customs and values of David’s line. He had to be in the literal bloodline of David. The world’s families didn’t have an equal opportunity to produce the messiah. David’s family enjoyed Davidic privilege.

The perfect government is a monarchy led by a virtuous king. Democracy is not the perfect government, and God never told his people to attempt democracy. Democracy is clearly a failed experiment.

“But ‘the burden of the Lord’ you shall mention no more, for the burden is every man's own word, and you pervert the words of the living God, the LORD of hosts, our God.” (23:36)

This verse reminds one of modern liberal Christians who constantly talk about how God wants racial reconciliation, mass immigration, feminism, and even gay marriage. Liberals are always talking about the will of God, but they never veer too far into scripture to prove what they say. They stay at the surface and focus on feelings and misinterpretations of scripture (like Galatians 8:28). They rely on modern Christian’s biblical illiteracy. They pervert the words of the living God.

“Turn now, every one of you, from his evil way and evil deeds, and dwell upon the land that the LORD has given to you and your fathers from of old and forever.” (25:5)

God gave the Israelite ethnos a specific territory to own. The ethno-state idea is clearly supported by the entire story of God’s relationship with Israel. The European ethno-states should not compromise their identities. Europeans should feel no shame for protecting the inheritance God gave them, and preserving it for their children’s children. Perhaps, however, we will squander our inheritance like the prodigal son in order to pursue our evil deeds.

“Then after seventy years are completed, I will punish the king of Babylon and that nation, the land of the Chaldeans, for their iniquity, declares the LORD, making the land an everlasting waste” (25:12)

God punished the Israelites with exile, and the Chaldeans with a wasted land. God deals with ethnic groups as collective units.

“I am summoning a sword against all the inhabitants of the earth, declares the LORD of hosts.” (25:29) “And those pierced by the Lord on that day shall extend from one end of the earth to the other. They shall not be lamented, or gathered, or buried; they shall be dung on the surface of the ground.” (25:33)

God is capable of violence. He’s cursed numerous people groups throughout history. We’re deeply ignorant if we think God won’t punish us for our abominations. Do we really think we can escape without consequence from having defiled God’s institution of marriage? Perhaps God will leave our corpses rotting on the ground’s surface before the West is restored. The possibility rises with every day we fail to repent.

“all the words that I command you to speak to them; do not hold back a word. It may be they will listen, and every one turn from his evil way, that I may relent of the disaster that I intend to do to them” (26:2-3)

We’re not doing anyone a favor by holding back the truth. We think we’re clever and generous when we fail to condemn sin or tell the truth about God’s created reality. We’re not clever, we’re foolish cowards. The only chance of reversing Western civilizational decay is to prophesy the truth to our people and hope they turn from their evil ways. Identitarian Christians are the vanguard of this effort.

“Now I have given all these lands into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, my servant, and I have given him also the beasts of the field to serve him. All the nations shall serve him and his son and his grandson, until the time of his own land comes. Then many nations and great kings shall make him their slave.” (27:6-7) “But any nation that will bring its neck under the yoke of the king of Babylon and serve him, I will leave on its own land, to work it and dwell there, declares the LORD.” (27:11)

God raises powers and brings them down. He is history’s sovereign. Our appeals for civilizational revival should be made to him.

Sometimes the only way to survive is to subject oneself to the authority God has established. However, our own leaders have made subjection to their authority a prerequisite to religious, cultural, and racial extinction. We have no choice but to resist on some level.

“Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, to all the exiles whom I have sent into exile from Jerusalem to Babylon: Build houses and live in them; plant gardens and eat their produce. Take wives and have sons and daughters; take wives for your sons, and give your daughters in marriage, that they may bear sons and daughters; multiply there, and do not decrease. But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.” (29:4-7)

Even in the West’s present state of chaos the white race must find a way to reproduce and increase our numbers. We must multiply if we hope to retain the strength to fight for our existence and retain our territorial inheritance. Our existence blesses the world.

“Ask now, and see, can a man bear a child?” (30:6)

Moderns are doing their best to erase the differences between men and woman. If they have their way, God’s created order will increasingly be supplanted by technological monstrosities and denials of reality. We must reestablish order and distinction as healthy.

“For I am with you to save you, declares the Lord; I will make a full end of all the nations among whom I scattered you, but of you I will not make a full end.” (30:11)

God had a favorite ethnic group, and he was willing to destroy the nations who threatened its existence. God takes sides in history. Also, notice God still treated the Israelite ethnos as a definable single entity regardless of where its members were scattered.

“Therefore all who devour you shall be devoured, and all your foes, every one of them, shall go into captivity; those who plunder you shall be plundered, hand all who prey on you I will make a prey.” (30:16)

God promised to honor the Israelite’s racial grievances and punish the ethnic groups who’d done them harm. The “us verses them” dichotomy is well established within the biblical worldview.

“Their prince shall be one of themselves; their ruler shall come out from their midst;” (30:21)

Nations should have leaders who represent them. The most obvious recent violation of this preference was the election of the African Barach Obama to the presidency of the United States. Obama wasn’t racially similar to the historic American nation. A deeply shameful condition.

“And you shall be my people, and I will be your God.” (30:22)

We were once God’s people. Each Western nation once pledged itself to God and his Son. We strove together to please our Lord. Now, we’ve rejected the God of our ancestors.

“There is hope for your future, declares the LORD, and your children shall come back to their own country.” (31:17)

There’s something special about having a homeland. No nation wants to live in exile and face the unpredictable whims of a host who may come to resent them. It’s a blessing to see territorial continuity from one generation to the next. This blessing, however, may soon be denied to Westerners. Our lands are being invaded by the hostile “other,” and our own people are being displaced and attacked.

“Thus says the Lord, who gives the sun for light by day and the fixed order of the moon and the stars for light by night, who stirs up the sea so that its waves roar - the Lord of hosts is his name:” (31:35)

God created order within reality. This order encompasses the most basic elements of our world, and we’re a part of that order. If we conform our lives and societies to God’s order we’ll find ourselves in harmony with reality, and we’ll prosper within his system. If we rebel and fight against God’s ordering of our lives we’ll find ourselves cursed and sick. Feminism, transgenderism, pre-marital sex, racial equality, homosexuality, gluttony, and other abominations have put the modern West into a state of rebellion against God’s immovable order. Technology has made us arrogant.

“You show steadfast love to thousands, but you repay the guilt of fathers to their children after them, O great and mighty God, whose name is the LORD of hosts,” (32:18)

Our lives are not lived in isolation from the consequences of our societies and ancestors. The guilt of our family, race, and government spill’s over onto us. We’re barely individuals.

“then also my covenant with David my servant may be broken, so that he shall not have a son to reign on his throne, and my covenant with the Levitical priests my ministers.” (33:21)

David was long dead, but the prospect of his not having a blood heir to inherit his throne was still a tragedy. Our descendents are part of our lives even when we’re dead. We should consider our actions in light of their future existence. “We must secure a future for white children.”

“Have you not observed that these people are saying, ‘The LORD has rejected the two clans that he chose?’ Thus they have despised my people so that they are no longer a nation in their sight. Thus says the Lord: If I have not established my covenant with day and night and the fixed order of heaven and earth, then I will reject the offspring of Jacob and David my servant and will not choose one of his offspring to rule over the offspring of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. For I will restore their fortunes and will have mercy on them.” (33:24-26)

This verse contains so many elements upon which to meditate. God established a covenant with the ethnic descendents of certain men. God established an immutable order within reality. God restored the fortunes of the descendents of men with whom he made a covenant. Let us pray God restores our own people’s fortunes.

“The word that came to Jeremiah from the Lord, after King Zedekiah had made a covenant with all the people in Jerusalem to make a proclamation of liberty to them, that everyone should set free his Hebrew slaves, male and female, so that no one should enslave a Jew, his brother.” (34:8-9) “At the end of seven years each of you must set free the fellow Hebrew who has been sold to you and has served you six years; you must set him free from your service.” (34:14)

This emancipation proclamation was reserved for ethnic kin. It was a specifically “racist” command meant to elevate racial dignity among the Jews. “No one should enslave… his brother.” An ethnos is an extended family, and the members of a family should treat each other differently than they treat outsiders.

“But they answered, ‘We will drink no wine, for Jonadab the son of Rechab, our father, commanded us ‘You shall not drink wine, neither you nor your sons forever.’” (35:6) “The command that Jonadab the son of Rechab gave to his sons, to drink no wine, has been kept, and they drink none to this day, for they have obeyed their father's command. I have spoken to you persistently, but you have not listened to me.” (35:14)

The descendents of Jonadab refrained from alcohol for generations because their ancestor instructed them to. God and Jeremiah praised them for honoring their ancestor’s command, and blessings flowed toward the family. God used the descendents of Jonadab to chastise the rest of the Israelites for abandoning their father’s God.

How much better off would Westerners be if we’d listened to the wisdom of our ancestors and retained the religious and cultural forms they practiced? Abominations like homosexuality are “cool” because they’re new and transgressive. The West now sees rebellion against tradition as virtuous, and the maintenance of old wisdom as evil. Good is bad, and bad is good.

“all the people in Jerusalem and all the people who came from the cities of Judah to Jerusalem proclaimed a fast before the LORD.” (36:9)

Collective spiritual action brings Christians together. Common sacrifice strengthens the group. In all my years attending low church Protestant American churches I’ve never been asked to participate in a church fast. We should restore collective action.

“When they heard all the words, they turned one to another in fear. And they said to Baruch, ‘We must report all these words to the king.’” (36:16)

Some normal people, and even elites, will listen to our message. It’s important we don’t become so consumed with our own isolation that we refuse to make good faith efforts to reach out. Identitarian Christians may find ourselves shocked by how many people will respond to the truth.

“Therefore thus says the Lord concerning Jehoiakim king of Judah: He shall have none to sit on the throne of David,” (36:30)

Jehoiakim’s punishment was having no heir to inherit his throne and maintain his dynasty. Is our family’s future important enough to us that God would punish us in a similar way? Or are we too self consumed to care about the future?

“When Ebed-melech the Ethiopian, a eunuch who was in the king's house,” (38:7)

The English Standard Version replaces “Cush” with “Ethiopia” despite the name “Cush” being used throughout the Old Testament to refer to regions completely unrelated to Ethiopia. “Cush” even refers to regions north of Israel in some Old Testament passages. The ESV translators may have been desperate to find a scriptural black man, but there’s no true certainty about Ebed-melech’s race or ethnicity.

“Then Jeremiah said to Zedekiah, ‘Thus says the LORD, the God of hosts, the God of Israel: If you will surrender to the officials of the king of Babylon, then your life shall be spared, and this city shall not be burned with fire, and you and your house shall live.’” (38:17)

Part of being a ruler is making wise decisions. Humility is a necessary component of wisdom, and if Zedekiah had chosen to submit he might have saved his people and city considerable horror. Every decision must be weighed in the balance of our love. A loveless man should have no crown.

“Then Johanan the son of Kareah spoke secretly to Gedaliah at Mizpah, ‘Please let me go and strike down Ishmael the son of Nethaniah, and no one will know it. Why should he take your life, so that all the Judeans who are gathered about you would be scattered, and the remnant of Judah would perish?’ But Gedaliah the son of Ahikam said to Johanan the son of Kareah, ‘You shall not do this thing, for you are speaking falsely of Ishmael.’” (40:15-16)

Gedaliah was naïve, and his naivety resulted in his assassination and his people’s further destruction. It’s not always safe to “believe the best” about people. So many white conservatives choose to believe in racial equality because they don’t want to think less of black people. Their willful naivety, however, is a sign of foolishness rather than virtue. Realism is necessary for the protection of our family, friends, and nations.

“But Ishmael the son of Nethaniah escaped from Johanan with eight men, and went to the Ammonites.” (41:15)

The evil assassin Ishmael escaped from justice. The bad guys sometimes go unpunished, and justice isn’t always served in this life. The idea that “things will just work out” is naïve. How many millions of white Westerners believe that mass immigration and racial diversity will “just work out?” The good guys don’t always win. Justice is often unserved. God allows evil things to happen.

“At the end of ten days the word of the Lord came to Jeremiah.” (42:7)

We often expect God to answer our confusion within moments of our praying to him. Even the inspired prophets, however, often waited days and weeks to receive God’s answers. We must wait on God.

“If you will remain in this land, then I will build you up and not pull you down; I will plant you, and not pluck you up;” (42:10)

God didn’t want the remainder of the Israelites to abandon the Promised Land. It was their ethnic group’s territory by God’s divine decree. We shouldn’t be too hasty to give up our ancestral land.

“All the men who set their faces to go to Egypt to live there shall die by the sword, by famine, and by pestilence. They shall have no remnant or survivor from the disaster that I will bring upon them.” (42:17) “Behold, I am watching over them for disaster and not for good. All the men of Judah who are in the land of Egypt shall be consumed by the sword and by famine,” (44:27)

The Israelites who disobeyed God and abandoned their ethnic territory were cursed with disaster. God gave Canaan to the Hebrew ethnic group, and he intended for them to protect their inheritance.

“Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: Behold, I will send and take Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon, my servant, and I will set his throne above these stones that I have hidden,” (43:10)

Egypt had recently been conquered by the Nubians, and their historical power was severely compromised. Egypt was never a great power after the Nubian conquest, and some evidence suggests racial integration had begun. Ancient Egyptian civilization collapsed when its racial/genetic continuity was compromised.  The infusion of darker African DNA probably wrecked average Egyptian IQs and turned the ethnos into a mongrel people without the capacity to maintain greatness.

Jeremiah prophesied Egypt would shortly be conquered by the whiter Mesopotamian powers. His prophesy came true. Egypt’s future was no longer in its own hands, and it was dominated by successive northern powers for centuries.

“because of the evil that they committed, provoking me to anger, in that they went to make offerings and serve other gods that they knew not, neither they, nor you, nor your fathers.” (44:3)

White people have every reason to obey God and serve Christ. Like the Israelites, all white people have God fearing ancestors. Our race’s zenith during the Victorian period took place within the context of Christian civilization. Why should we worship non-Western gods when our own God is true and powerful?

“Then all the men who knew that their wives had made offerings to other gods,” (44:15)

Jeremiah suggested the men shouldn’t have allowed their wives to sacrifice to foreign deities. The implication was that men are responsible for their family’s religious identity.

“About Egypt. Concerning the army of Pharaoh Neco, king of Egypt,” (46:2) “Let the warriors go out: men of Cush and Put who handle the shield,” (46:9) “The daughter of Egypt shall be put to shame; she shall be delivered into the hand of a people from the north.” (46:24)

Pharoah Neco belonged to the Twenty Sixth Dynasty, and the last native dynasty before Persian conquest. The Egyptians were either allied with or related to the Nubians, and they suffered a crushing blow. Post Nubian Egypt was weak and unprepared for the superiority of whiter northern powers.

“But fear not, O Jacob my servant, nor be dismayed, O Israel, for behold, I will save you from far away, and your offspring from the land of their captivity. Jacob shall return and have quiet and ease, and none shall make him afraid.” (46:27)

Nations shouldn’t be scattered and disunited. Globalization is displacing our people from our homelands and within our homelands. We should pray for revival and return. When will our nations be ours again? When will our nations be safe and prosperous again?

“I will make a full end of all the nations to which I have driven you,” (46:28)

Our enemies may be triumphant now, but the tide may turn. Our victory is always possible as long as we exist.

“because of the day that is coming to destroy all the Philistines,” (47:4)

“All” the Philistines were going to be destroyed. They weren’t destroyed as individuals, but as a nation. God sees race, and he acts for and against whole races of people.

“Ah, sword of the Lord! How long till you are quiet? Put yourself into your scabbard; rest and be still! How can it be quiet when the Lord has given it a charge? Against Ashkelon and against the seashore he has appointed it.” (47:6-7)

Jeremiah wanted peace, but God wanted war. There’s a time for peace and a time for war, and God is not limited to peace. He created a world that fell into sin, and enmity with God demands violent justice. Violence is often the answer.

“Cursed is he who does the work of the LORD with slackness, and cursed is he who keeps back his sword from bloodshed.” (48:10)

Peace is sinful when the situation demands violence. Cursed is the pacifist who protects his own purity while his people are dying. Cursed is the father who doesn’t take up arms against those harming his children.

Think about the fathers of the Rotherham girls who were raped and sexually exploited by Pakastani rape gangs. Those fathers neglected their God given duty to protect their daughters with violence (if necessary). They chose rape over war, and their daughters suffered from their father’s weakness.

“Moab shall wallow in his vomit, and he too shall be held in derision.” (48:26) “Moab shall be destroyed and be no longer a people, because he magnified himself against the Lord.” (48:42)

Moab was a race of people descended from Abraham’s nephew Lot. God condemned an entire ethnic group to derision and erasure.

“‘Yet I will restore the fortunes of Moab in the latter days,’ ‘But afterward I will restore the fortunes of the Ammonites, declares the LORD.’” (48:47 & 49:6) “But in the latter days I will restore the fortunes of Elam, declares the LORD.” (49:39)

God has mercy even on the ethnic groups he curses. White Westerners are probably being cursed by God because our societies have rejected Christianity, but we can retain hope that God will restore our fortunes in the latter days.

“But I have stripped Esau bare;” (49:10)

Esau was the ethnic patriarch of the Edomites, and his name was used synonymously with the ethnic group that arose from his progeny. God defined nations by their common ancestor.

“I will make you small among the nations, despised among mankind.” (49:15)

White Westerners are a shrinking race of increasingly despised people. Fertility rates have collapsed, and we’re constantly accused of “racism.”

“Damascus has become feeble, she turned to flee, and panic seized her;” (49:24)

Damascus, an entire city of people, was stereotyped as feeble. Negative group stereotypes were accepted and used by God.

“Thus says the Lord: ‘Rise up, advance against Kedar! Destroy the people of the east!’” (49:28)

Sometimes, God calls for crusade.

“every one shall turn to his own people, and every one shall flee to his own land.” (50:16)

Living in a foreign land is hard. Being surrounded every day by foreign people, foreign languages, foreign landscapes, and foreign customs is a burden on any exile. What land do white Westerners now have? We’re becoming a hated minority within our own homelands. London, the capital of our greatest empire, is now less than 50% white. By 2050, America will be less than 50% white. We can’t flee to our lands if we have no lands to flee to.

“For she has proudly defied the Lord, the Holy One of Israel.” (50:29)

Israel was an ethnic group that rebelled against God. It’s suitable and accurate to speak of entire groups being guilty. God doesn’t limit his judgment to individuals. He understands individuals to be part of collective entities.

“A sword against her horses and against her chariots, and against all the foreign troops in her midst, that they may become women!” (50:37)

Women are not soldiers. God designed them to be physically weaker than men. The Bible preserves the warrior identity for men, and when men fail to live up to their warrior identity they’re compared to women. Sexual identity is not a personal choice; it’s genetic destiny.

“Behold, I will stir up the spirit of a destroyer against Babylon,” (51:1)

God is willing to use destruction and violence to accomplish his will. He isn’t limited to peace.

“Babylon was a golden cup in the Lord's hand, making all the earth drunken; the nations drank of her wine; therefore the nations went mad.” (51:7)

How many nations are mad on the wine of liberalism pouring from America? How many nations have accepted homosexuality as a right because America has advocated it? How many nations have embraced the godless degeneracy celebrated by American culture? America is a golden cup in the Lord’s hand.

From personal experience, I know young educated Chinese have embraced a considerable amount of America’s wine. They’ve become liberals rebelling against tradition.

“The warriors of Babylon have ceased fighting; they remain in their strongholds; their strength has failed; they have become women;” (51:30)

Men shouldn’t be like women, and when they become like women they become shameful. God created men and woman with different identities, and when people violate those identities they become distorted and unnatural. Jeremiah compared the weak cowardly Babylonians to women. Men should be men, and woman should be women. We must revive a godly sense of identity.

“Remember the Lord from far away, and let Jerusalem come into your mind:” (51:50)

Our homeland should always remain within our consciousness, even if we’ve never been there. White people should always remember Europe’s place in our race’s genetic, cultural, and historical legacy.

“So Judah was taken into exile out of its land.” (52:27)

The book of Jeremiah ends in disaster. The prophet fails to stir revival among his people, and his race is dragged into exile by a conquering power. There was no happy ending for Jeremiah. He never saw God’s triumph. From his life’s perspective, it probably looked like his nation was moving from bad to worse, and that it was devolving, fragmenting, and collapsing.

Our present project of white Christian restoration may take generations. As a Millennial, I’ve seen America decline from a decadent but triumphant power in the 1990s to an ever more divided, poor, morally perverse, and dysfunctional multi-cultural region in the 2010s. I’ve never witnessed by nation in a state of ascent, and I expect America will continue to decline during my lifetime until it either totally collapses or my people become a persecuted minority within an unstable semi-anarchic police state. We must maintain Jeremiah’s hope that God can and will restore our people.