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The Daily Nationalist: The Sermon on the Mound II – DN 052518

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Florian Geyer joins Sven Longshanks to continue looking at Christ’s speech at the mound to his disciples. This speech was not intended to replace any of the previous laws given in the Old Testament and it quite clearly says that, yet many today think the New testament replaced the Old. The laws of the Old Testament were to last for all time, they cannot be changed, no matter what the Pope or evangelical preachers say about it.

White people are unique and the analogy Christ uses of salt in this speech, can equally be used to describe us. If we lose our Whiteness, then who will be able to replace us? What other race is there that builds civilisation, fights for justice, cares about the environment or shows mercy? There is no alternative for salt and there is no alternative for us.

Christ also tells us that we should be using our talents for the edification of our own people and that if we resort to behaving like the Jews do and fall to their temptation, then we have already lost the battle before it even starts.

Some news stories about Alison Chabloz being found guilty of sending ‘grossly offensive’ material and Tommy Robinson being jailed for 13 months are also covered at the beginning of the podcast. 

Presented by Sven Longshanks and Florian Geyer

The Daily Nationalist: The Sermon on the Mound II – DN 052518


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