Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Banner of Jacob Israel By: Neuman Britton
This banner is creating controversy today as a result of the state of South Carolina’s legislature retaining it as their state flag. As a result, it is atop their capitol at Columbia and flown in all state institutions, including schools. All of this has resulted in a great rallying of white southerners and white sympathizers across the nation, as well as around the world. It has left-wing radicals from such organizations as the NAACP, the Communist Party, Globalist thinkers, and related Jewish organizations to rise up in a storm of protest. There was a great show of support by whites in Columbia, South Carolina this past January 8th and 9th, 2000. Thousands of white supporters carrying Confederate flags participated in a march to the state capitol, where they assembled to hear patriotic speeches and the reading of the names of 26,000 Confederate soldiers who perished in the fight against the tyranny of northern invasion. Stars & Bars - A Symbol of Resistance Against Tyranny: We see today the arising and joining together of the haters of Christ against those of Yahweh’s race on earth who are the Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Celtic, Cymric, Scandinavian Israelites that comprise the white nations of the world today. The reason the Jews and non-whites around the world hate the Stars and Bars is because it has become a symbol of white resistance against tyranny. My purpose in discussing the controversy around this great battle flag of the Confederacy is not only to show how it symbolizes a great cause and a great struggle of 11 southern states, but as we review history, it has much further significance. We ponder if the northern victory was not really a defeat for all of America. Biblical Background of the Banner: The underlying reasons for the intense hatred of the Battle Flag of the Confederacy by every left-wing enemy may be explained by an understanding of the deep-seated spititual and biblical background of this banner and how it relates to our racial and national heritage. Let us explore its origins in the scriptures: Our story begins with Jacob-Israel and his twelve sons. As it is portrayed, Joseph was much beloved by Jacob-Israel because he was the first born son to Rachel, the dearly beloved wife. So as time went by, Jacob’s sons by Leah and their maids grew very jealous of Joseph, which resulted in them mistreating him and selling him to the Ishmaelites, who later took Joseph to Egypt and sold him as a slave into the house of Pharoah. After being subjected to many trials and tribulations, Joseph was blessed and rose in rank to become the highest official in the government of Egypt under Pharoah. As a result of this, Joseph was able to come to the aid of his father’s house when they suffered severe famine in Canaan. Jacob and his sons were graciously received in Egypt by Joseph and were given the land of Goshen as a gift. Joseph was highly honored by his brethren. During this time, Joseph married Asenath, the daughter of the Priest of On. These people were pure Adamites who had come to Egypt under the leadership of Enoch. Out of this union, Joseph was blessed with two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh. These two sons figured prominently in the destiny of our nation and race. Ephraim and Manasseh: When Ephraim and Manasseh were young lads, their grandfather Israel drew near to death. Before he died, he requested that the boys be brought before him so that he could bless them. This blessing was a covenant that was carried on in the family of Abraham, which was first given to Abraham by Yahweh and then passed down from Abraham to Isaac, Isaac to Jacob (surnamed Israel), and then from Jacob to Joseph’s sons. This blessing denotes the leadership in the family of Israel. Thirteen Tribes: It is noteworthy that upon Jacob-Israel blessing the boys, he spoke to Joseph and said, “These two sons are now mine.” This made the sons of Israel a total of 13. This is a veryprominent number in America’s heritage, i.e., 13 colonies, 13 arrows in the eagle’s claw, 13 leaves on the olive branch, 13 stars and stripes in our early flag and much, much, more. Thirteen is America’s number and is Joseph’s land, as our forefathers knew. The Future of Manasseh and Ephraim: So Israel, in blessing these sons of Joseph, had much more to say. He said, “Let my name be upon them.” His prophesy of their future was that Manasseh would be a great nation and Ephraim would become a company of nations. The way this event took place is very interesting. Manasseh, being the eldest, was to receive the right hand blessing because he was the first born. Ephraim was to receive the latter blessing. We witness in Genesis 48:13-14 that Joseph took Ephraim in his right hand towards Israel’s left hand, and Manasseh in his left hand toward Israel’s right hand. But Israel stretched out his right hand wittingly, and placed it upon Ephraim’s head, who was the younger son receiving the birthright blessing, and then placed his left hand on Manasseh’s head with him receiving the lesser blessing. The significance of this was the crossing of his arms and placing his right hand on Ephraim’s head and his left hand on Manasseh’s head. From this incident we have the crossed-arm flag of England, the Union Jack or the Union of Jacob. And just as significant, and much more explicit, is the Confederate battle flag with 13 stars with the bars crossed,hence the flag of Jacob-Israel. Jacob-Israel’s Prophesy Fulfilled: At this point I must explain that Jacob-Israel’s prophesy was indeed fulfilled in that Great Britain became a nation and a company of nations represented on the earth; while the United States and Canada became the Great Nation of Manasseh, the thirteenth son. So today this banner figures prominently in resistance to the plots of Jewish tyranny and it is surely a banner dipped in blood, the blood of our brethren locked in the fiercest of struggles. So let us who love America, who love Yahshua our Messiah, rally to our blood-stained banner! Our race is in dire peril, but we shall be victorious as we remember our great heritage and honor our King. Hail Victory!