Christian Zionism is the Problem

For the South, Jews are not the problem. They are the symptom. The problem is Christian Zionism. It is time to tear it from its roots.

First, let me state, for those who have followed my writing over the past year, you will see a clear theme: Strategic Southern Nationalism. It is not enough that we advocate for a Free Dixie from social media accounts. Actions need to complement our words.  Consequently, I have advocated for tactically focused communications necessary to achieve broader strategic objectives. The most important goal of any Southern Nationalist needs to be a laser like focus on a singular truth: The South is an ethnicity unto itself and it deserves its own homeland.

Anything short of that mission will cause all others to fail.

One of the greatest hindrances to Southern Identity is Christian Zionism. You will never get a people raised on a gluttonous diet of secular Israel worship to believe Judaism harms them. It will not happen. The harder you shove the Judeo-Bolshevik truths down the throats of Southerners, the more they will spit it back up. That is because the South is predominantly Evangelical and/or traditional Protestant. Regardless as to whether a Southerner is a Baptist or a Methodist, I can almost assure you that week after week, he is being taught that the Jews are the “Chosen People” of God.

They are not.

The only “Chosen People” are those who are entering Heaven and we know by the words of Jesus Christ Himself:  “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved. He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.” John 3: 14-18

A Chosen People do not go to Hell, but here Christ tells us that He is the only way unto which eternal salvation can be obtained. Which way Christian Zionist? You cannot have both.

Of course, if you have this conversation with an Evangelical Christian, they will likely point to Old Testament scripture by which God not only makes a covenant promise to Abraham, but God exalts Israel above all others. Scripturally, this is wrong. First, God makes good on His covenant promise (Jesus Christ as the Lamb of God) and second, God divorced the original Biblical Israel as stated in Jeremiah 3: 6-10: “The Lord said also to me in the days of Josiah the king: ‘Have you seen what backsliding Israel has done? She has gone up on every high mountain and under every green tree, and there played the harlot. And I said, after she had done all these things, ‘Return to Me.’ But she did not return. And her treacherous sister Judah saw it. Then I saw that for all the causes for which backsliding Israel had committed adultery, I had put her away and given her a certificate of divorce; yet her treacherous sister Judah did not fear, but went and played the harlot also. So it came to pass, through her casual harlotry, that she defiled the land and committed adultery with stones and trees. And yet for all this her treacherous sister Judah has not turned to Me with her whole heart, but in pretense,’ says the Lord.”

I can go further into the Biblical fulfillment and God’s merciful return to Israel after Israel was scattered to the winds to suffer amongst people who worshiped stone and wood (European Paganism? Deuteronomy 28: 63-65). But that is not the purpose of this piece. I want you to understand that Christian Zionism uniquely holds back the South and attacking Jews directly will get you nowhere.

I do not deny that Judeo-Bolshevism is the absolute enemy of all White people. However, the people that Judeo-Bolsheviks fear the most are Southern Christians. While other Whites go through periodic episodes of voting for Bolshevist policies, Southerners remain consistently opposed to any ideology that smells remotely of Marxism.  Thus, they are the constant stumbling block of Jewish Marxists.  In return, this has yielded the enmity of the Jewish people.  This is obvious in their incessant attacks through mainstream media, finances, politics, and law. The Southerner is stubbornly wedded to the idea that God has laws which must be obeyed or consequences result. In their tireless attacks on gender conformity, heterosexuality, traditional marriage, and Christ Himself, the overwhelmingly powerful Jewish lobby is perpetually at war with Southern values.

Tragically, most Southerners cannot see Jews for what they are, because they are taught that Jews are the Chosen People.

Ignoring that the term ‘Jew’ derives from Judah, one of twelve tribes of the original Biblical Israel and are not indicative of Israel in its entirety. Ignoring that Jesus calls those who cannot hear His message “false Jews” of “the Devil” (John 8:44). Ignoring that the Book of Revelation warns us that we will be surrounded by those who call themselves Jews but are not Jews (Revelation 3:9). Ignoring every warning by God Himself that those whom we might call Jews today are in fact Edomite impostors whom He has promised to destroy (Malachi 1: 1-4) while praising those who were once called “Gentiles” (Malachi 1:10; Hosea 2:23; Genesis 17:4…). Ignoring every warning that those whom we call Jews today are not Chosen, it is important for us to tear down the myth of Christian Zionism with one key Biblical distinction that makes every single Christian Zionist misguided at best.

Hosea 3:4-5 tells us that the geography we now call Israel is indeed promised to Israel – in the latter days – but on one condition: they accept the fulfillment of the Covenant He – God – put forth: “For the children of Israel shall abide many days without king or prince, without sacrifice or sacred pillar, without ephod or teraphim. Afterward the children of Israel shall return and seek the Lord their God and David their king. They shall fear the Lord and His goodness in the latter days.”

That which is modern Israel, a Jewish state… a Zionist state… does not truly fear the Lord God, because if they did, Israel would be a Christian state.  Therefore, God does not will the Jewish people to have modern Israel.  An act of men, working for a Marxist body called the United Nations, willed Israel to those who have not accepted Christ.  God did not want that.  God wanted His faithful to occupy Jerusalem and the lands around it.

When a Southerner “stands for Israel,” he stands for a Marxist apostasy.

Still, understand this fact: you cannot simply decry the Jewish enemy to Southerners who are taught heretical Christian Zionism. That will fail. Yelling about the wickedness of the Jews will only serve to close the ears toward the rest of your message by a people who need to hear that they deserve their own, independent Southern homeland. The Southern People – as evidenced most recently through the variety of abortion bills – are the last truly Godly people on earth. They are overwhelmingly Christian. They stand in brave defiance against lascivious deviancy.  God is with the South.

The Southerner needs to be taught that he is worthy to be called Chosen because he accepts Jesus as his Savior. All other messages will fail until the Southerner believes his people are blessed by the Almighty God. The Southerner needs to understand this from both a Biblical framework before he can be receptive of any other message.

As long as the Southerner believes his salvation is predicated, in part, by a defense of Israel, he will not believe he and his kin are special. Jews will be viewed as special and Southerners will be viewed as ordinary.  Ordinary peoples do not get a homeland; chosen people do.

Dismantle Christian Zionism and only then can you begin raising a Free Christian Nation called Dixie.


  1. “The South is an ethnicity unto itself and it deserves its own homeland.”


    The idea above must needs become a mantra to all whom would call ourselves Southron and desire a homeland for us and our kin.

    And the post is spot-on. Christian supporters of the Zionist state have been deluded by the teachings in our own churches. I find myself constantly frustrated by people who believe that “any nation that does not support Israel is an enemy of God!”.


    Any person who refuses to accept the Christ as the Son of God is the true enemy of God.

    Thank you for your most excellent post.

    I will be sharing it with many.



  2. The Southerner needs to understand this from both a Biblical framework before he can be receptive of any other message.

    In other words, he needs to embrace a truly Biblical-Christian world view before he is equipped to understand that the Jew is his mortal enemy, not his friend, and certainly not the friend of the Almighty and Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

    If a man wants to make any headway on this issue he had best better confine his efforts to those who know him and his character well, and with whom, therefore, he has a strong influence. It takes many years to build that kind of rapport with people, even one’s own kith and kin. This is why I’m always referring to “my little circle of influence,” which is to say my immediate kith and kin. Most of us, like it or not, are not called to be ministers or prophets to the masses, but just within our little circles of influence. We’re failing even there, and that’s the problem.

    If you, Southern man, have built a reputation within your little circle of being a truth-loving, truth-seeking man whose opinions persons within that little circle can trust and rely upon as emanating from a Biblical-Christian world view, then sharing within that circle that e.g., Tel Aviv is worse than San Francisco and that sort of thing, will not fall on “deaf ears.” Otherwise, don’t even try.

  3. Modern Jews are Pharisees. This is easily provable from mainstream sources and simple observation: who taught in the synagogues in the New Testament? Who teaches in them now?

  4. Excellent article. I was also raised to believe in the “Chosen people” by well intentioned, but misled
    evangelical Christians. It was not until I actually started listening to Pastor’s teaching and studying from a non-Scofield KJV Bible that I realized that Jesus was quite clear of whom he said are of the seed of Abraham is.

    Even from the results of secular DNA testing in 2012, the modern day “Jews” are
    not descendants of Abraham, but are actually descended from the Khazarians that converted to Judaism in in the 8th century.

    These Khazars have stolen the land from the Palestinians (who actually have a degree of Abrahamic lineage), and with the help of Zionist states of America, have waged war on the entire Middle East since 1948.

    The true “Jews” were conquered and scattered throughout the world when Roman General Titus destroyed their temple and laid Jerusalem in ruin in 70 A.D. This was prophesied by Jesus in Mathew 24.

    When presenting these facts, if we are patient and understanding, our fellow Southern Christian men and women (that have been indoctrinated by the empire in every aspect of life for the last 154 years) can and will open their eyes and ears to the truth.

    To truly understand the malicious intent of the modern Jew, I highly recommend reading the following books:

    “Synagogue of Satan” by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock and
    “Conspiracy of the Six Pointed Star” by Texe Marrs

  5. A good and needed article. The church must be taken back to undo the work of decades of satanic influences. The sooner the church returns to the way it was the sooner the spirit of the Southern people. This work is arguably the most critical as everything else stems from it.

  6. I don’t know why some people have started calling this doctrine “Christian Zionism” unless they are just hoping to clarify matters for the theologically clueless. The concept already has a correct and widely understood name and trying to change the name to something else at this late date can only add to the confusion. The term in standard usage, for those who do not already know, is “Dispensationalism,” also called, perhaps a bit pejoratively, “Darbyism” after its inventor John Nelson Darby (of the Plymouth Brethren). Darby’s American disciple was Cyrus I. Scofield, who was financially sponsored by some very prominent Jewish businessmen to study under Darby and thus to bring his doctrine back to America. No conspiracy “theory” here, this conspiracy is all documented historical fact. If you want to change evangelical politics (and this is a peculiarly evangelical phenomenon, not a universally shared doctrine among the various Christian groups), then you must expose the errors of Dispensationalism. A lot of good scholarship along these lines has already been done, usually by Calvinists (note: I myself am not a Calvinist), but I do not think it has received wide dissemination. Perhaps you could use this blog to detail some of the more glaring problems with Darby’s Dispensationalist teaching (and maybe go into some of the moral scandal besetting the shady Mr.Scofield while you are at it). Support for Zionism does not stand by itself but is part of a complex network of teachings which must be debunked as a whole–debunked on the basis of its hermeneutical and ecclesiological and eschatological errors, and not simply criticized due to its current political implications. IOW, the refutation needs to be principled, not pragmatic, or you will just be preaching to your own choir.

    And before someone pipes up that he knows some non-Dispensational Christians who also support Zionism, no doubt, but that is just part of the generic pro-Zionism that they share with Americans in general, including secular Americans, not the fervent Zionism that has deep doctrinal roots provided by Darbyite-Scofieldian Dispensationalism. That is why “Christian Zionism” is too vague and generic a term to describe what you are concerned with here. “Christian Zionism” can scarcely be distinguished from “Secular American Zionism,” but Dispensationalism is a whole other problem, and that is the doctrine that you are describing in this post–Dispensationalism, not the watered down “I admire that plucky little American ally in the Middle East that we hear about in the American news media all the time” sort of Zionism.

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