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Excerpt from "The Jackal Escapes"
2/28/2008 6:16:11 PM    [ Flag as Inappropriate ]

The freedom fighters, after killing all the crooked politicians in the Capital, are on the run and being pursued by a demented CIA agent, two gay FBI agents, and a host of government assassins. The escape takes place across the mountains of Pennsylvania and West Virginia with the freedom-fighters pitted against a callous, out of control government.
Thad Johnson knew his days were numbered. He almost single handedly wiped out the United States Congress, and he was rapidly becoming a folk hero throughout the world. All the nations that had citizens killed by American guns, bombs, and tanks over the years had reason to rejoice, and this was especially true with the German people since the American military had committed genocide against the beleaguered nation in 1945.
Millions of German citizens were deliberately starved to death in Eisenhower's death camps, and with the connivance of the scoundrel Roosevelt and his henchman Morgenthau, the bloodthirsty Secretary of the Treasury, the American government planned to dismantle German industry in order to turn Germany into a cow pasture.
Thad had traced the excised parts of Eisenhower's letter's to his wife informing her that he wished to annihilate the German race through starvation or other means, and as he rested uneasily in the mountains above Breezewood, Pennsylvania he used this American act of genocide as a further justification for what he had done. "After all," he said to Wolf, "what comes around goes around."
But at the moment Thad didn't trust Henry Wolf, an old timer in the nationalist struggle, since he remembered vividly what happened to Christian patriot Gordon Kahl at Ginter's farmhouse in the Arkansas mountains in 1983. The government had poured diesel fuel down the chimney of Ginter's house to burn Gordon Kahl alive, and later destroyed all the evidence to hide the crime.
Thad agreed with Gordon that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights had been overthrown, but he was not a fanatic in the sense that he would refuse to get a driver's license or that he would refuse to pay the Communist income tax. As Thad waited for Wolf to return from the gun store with a load of ammunition, he sat back to read Gordon's Kahl's final declaration to the world.

I Gordon Kahl, a Christian patriot, and in consideration of the events which have taken place within the last few hours, and knowing to what lengths the enemies of Christ will go to separate my spirit from my body, wish to put down on paper a record of events which have just taken place so the world will know what happened...

The enemies of Christ have taken their Communist manifesto and incorporated it into the laws of our country, and threw our Constitution and Christian Common Law into the garbage can. We are engaged in a struggle to the death between the people of the Kingdom of God and the people of the Kingdom of Satan. It started long ago, and is now best described as a struggle between Jacob and Esau. The Aryan people are the literal and spiritual descendants of Israel and the Khazars are today the Edomites of mixed Cannanite (satanic) descent. I must now depart. I have no idea where I am going, but after some more prayer, I will go where the Lord leads me, and either live to carry on the Fight, or die it that be the case, and for the present at least, I bid you all goodbye.

Thad wiped the tears from his eyes...


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•  Excerpt from "The Jackal Escapes" - Thursday, February 28, 2008  
• Dreams and Illusions - Thursday, November 29, 2007


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