Monday, 13 January 2014
Monstaville Book II. Appendix X
Excerpt from an interview with Eric Phelps, 2 September 2008
“The most wicked men in the world are white. Therefore, this is a war between white men, righteous white men versus wicked white men. And the blacks can either side with this, submit to us and help us or they will side without our oppressors as they are now.
I have been called a racist. I’d like to define the term. There is such a thing as a hateful racist. This is what we’re all familiar with. The Klu Klux Klan first come into mind. The Nazis next come into mind. But we forget about the Nation of Islam. Those are black, hateful racists and they don’t get any bad press for the most part. The new Black Panther Party, they’re hateful racists. But hateful racism always springs from an injustice done to that race by the race that they hate.
So you have the Klu Klux Klan arising as a result of the Northern Yankees coming down and inciting the blacks to commit rape and murder to many thousands of white women. So the white men of the South said, ‘Were not putting up with this. We’re going after these carpet baggers, these Southern traders. We’re going after these Yankees and we’re going after these savage blacks that are raping our women. And I would have been in the first Klu Klux Klan. The first Klu Klux Klan started in 1866 and it ended in 1869. Nathan Bedford Forrest was a nominal Mason but he was not a practising Mason, just like George Washington…Nathan Forrest was the greatest cavalryman of the Southern Confederacy. He refused to watch the South be plundered by the Yankees and these white people forcing…with the blacks.
So that’s why you had the first Klu Klux Klan. It was dissolved in 1869 because Nathan Bedford Forrest said it was too violent. And, so, he formerly did away with it. Well, who picks it up? Albert Pike. [Note on the video: Albert Pike was a high-ranking Freemason and a Southern Confederate General who, in the closing days of the civil War, helped to start a ‘terror’ campaign against black slaves].
That filthy, rotten, Luciferian Protestant-murderer. Remember, he used Sioux Indians to kill, what, 800 or so Lutheran Protestants up in Minnesota. He was convicted for treason but was pardoned by President Johnson. Albert Pike should have been put to death. And yet this is the very Albert Pike who has a statue in Washington DC, in black Washington DC, where Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, those Freemasons, are not picketing the place and saying, ‘Let’s get rid of this statue of Albert Pike in Washington DC. They ought to. I’d go right down there with them. Let’s just get rid of it now1 but that abomination is down there in Washington DC. He was a hater of black men. He was the most powerful Freemason of the 19th Century in America. And he can do no wrong because no one’s going to go after his filthy name.
So, that’s your original Klu Klux Klan. But then the Klu Klux Klan was revived in 1950. And why is it revived in 1950? Because the blacks of the South are attempting to be used by the Jesuits in the North to vote against the white people of the South. So, they’re trying to use the blacks against the whites of the South and this is creating a racial conflict.
That’s what’s coming in the future. What should have been done was this. And see Lincoln said himself that white people and black people suffer when they live together. He wrote this in 1863. I have the book. I have a Jefferson quote right here that says that the white people and black people cannot live under the same government, that they’re equally free. They can’t do it. And I have quoted from there. It’s the second section of what was supposedly written on the Statue of Liberty. I use this quote a lot. And I have it in my series, Averting the Race War. You may have heard that. OK, on page 62, this is what Carl Putnam writes in his view, Race and Reason. The Yankee View. And this was the president of Delta Airlines. And it was published in 1961. Here’s what he writes on page 62:
‘On a marble panel in the Jefferson Memorial in Washington is a fragment of one of Jefferson’s sentences. As inscribed on the panel, the words are, ‘Nothing is more certainly written in the Book of Fate than that these people, the Negroes, are to be free.’ As written by Jefferson, there was no period after these words. There was a semi-colon and the sentence continues: ‘nor is it less certain that the two races equally free cannot live under the same government.’ That was omitted because the purpose of the Jesuits is to formerly and forcefully amalgamate this country so as to bastardise and mongrelise the white race so that the white race will never rise up again in revolt against the power of the Jesuit Order. A…mongrelised race can’t do it. They have never done it in history. The Jesuits know this because we have the Curse of Canaan.’”