An honest, cursory review of history reveals that the past great civilizations were built by the White race.
- Sumer (c.3100-2300 B.C.)
- Phoenicia (c.3000 B.C.)
- Egypt (c.3000-526 B.C.; founded by Menes, descendant of Ham—Psalm 78:51; 105:23,27)
- Assyria (c.2400-607 B.C.)
- the Indus Valley of north-western India (c.2000 B.C.)
- Persia (c.2000-331 B.C.)
- Greece (c.750-168 B.C.)
- Parthia (c.500 B.C.-A.D.225)
- Rome (c.500 B.C.-A.D.33)
All of these civilizations sprang from the Adamic or White race (also a synonym for Aryan, Indo-European, and Nordic).
The Bible and Israelites
But what does that have to do with the Bible in respect to White people? The biblical genealogies from Adam on reveal a common, uninterrupted family line to Noah and later Abraham (Genesis chapters 5-11). This selective genealogy continued on to Isaac, Jacob and the 12 tribes of Israel. The rest of the Old and New Testaments (Genesis 12-Revelation) are about those people.
Contrary to popular religious opinion, which falsely teaches that the people of Israel are today’s Jews, the true physical descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are the descendants of the northwest, European people – the Anglo-Celto-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian and kindred people. This truth is almost universally unknown today and heartily condemned by the modern religious world. But nobody who rejects this truth has done their research. I have, and I wrote a book about it, Identifying Biblical Israel Today [HOT]. So, for the sake of argument (because it’s virtually impossible to have an intelligent conversation with an ignorant person), you will just have to accept my statement about who the chosen covenant Adamic family line is – for now, at least. Many of you already know.
So, if the real Israelites are a portion of the White race, what does God say about them, in respect to White supremacy? Let’s begin with Deuteronomy 7:12-14:
“Then it shall come about, because you listen to these judgments and keep and do them, that the LORD your God will keep with you His covenant and His lovingkindness which He swore to your forefathers. He will love you and bless you and multiply you; He will also bless the fruit of your womb and the fruit of your ground, your grain and your new wine and your oil, the increase of your herd and the young of your flock, in the land which He swore to your forefathers to give you. You shall be blessed above all peoples; there will be no male or female barren among you or among your cattle.”
If Israel obeyed the laws of God, He would keep “His covenant” with them and bless them “above all peoples,” among other promises. Of course, this blessing of supremacy above all peoples was conditional under the Old Covenant.
This blessing is repeated in Deuteronomy 10:14-15:
“Behold, to the LORD your God belong heaven and the highest heavens, the earth and all that is in it. Yet on your fathers did the LORD set His affection to love them, and He chose their descendants after them, even you above all peoples, as it is this day.”
The blessing of supremacy and God’s choosing Israel was rooted in God’s love for their fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Deuteronomy 26:18-19 it states:
“The LORD has today declared you to be His people, a treasured possession, as He promised you, and that you should keep all His commandments; and that He will set you high above all nations which He has made, for praise, fame, and honor; and that you shall be a consecrated people to the LORD your God, as He has spoken.”
Speaking to Israel, Moses confirmed that God would “set you high above all nations.”
Once again, God promises that He would bless Israel, setting them “high above all the nations” (Deuteronomy 28:1) and specifically describing that supremacy:
“The LORD shall cause your enemies who rise up against you to be defeated before you; they will come out against you one way and will flee before you seven ways.” – Deuteronomy 28:7
“The LORD will make you the head and not the tail, and you only will be above, and you will not be underneath, if you listen to the commandments of the LORD your God, which I charge you today, to observe them carefully…” – Deuteronomy 28:13
Deuteronomy 28 contains the blessings and curses God said He would do if Israel obeyed Him or disobeyed Him, respectively. Again, the blessing of supremacy was conditional. On the other hand, the curses are also conditional. It would be instructive to take the time to read all of Deuteronomy 28.
Why Did God Choose Israel to Be in Dominion?
The point is that it was the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob who decreed and placed Israel in a position of supremacy. Why? Because Israel was ordained to be God’s servant to bring forth righteousness and justice and establish His Kingdom. It’s a matter of an order of authority. That’s how God’s Kingdom operates. God’s Kingdom is about order and peace.
But alas, there is nothing but increasing chaos and oppression all over the planet. The Israel of God today has been misidentified as the “Jews.” The real Israel, for decades and centuries, has rejected their heritage, the God of their fathers, and His laws. Consequently, their nations have been the tail and their enemies rule over them.
Nothing will change until they seek the God of their fathers, humble themselves and repent. Unless they turn back to their Creator, their nations along with the rest of “humanity” will continue to suffer and be destroyed by God’s enemies.
Created and Ordained
White people are superior to the other races, as expressed in their culture and civilizations, only because they were made in the image of God. They are the descendants of biblical Israel and their God has ordained that they be elevated above all other peoples for the sake of His Kingdom. However, they are incapable of fulfilling this responsibility unless they repent and come under the rule and reign of Jesus Christ, their Kinsman Redeemer. One day that will come about when true Israel has decided it has suffered enough and has nowhere else to turn for deliverance except the Lord their God. The promise of II Chronicles 7:13-14 still stands. Read it!
“If I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or if I command the locust to devour the land, or if I send pestilence among My people, and My people who are called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
I realize this is a very uncomfortable topic. But the God of the Bible has clearly chosen a people for a purpose. We cringe at this idea of supremacy perhaps only because we still believe the “equality” doctrine of our times. If anyone rails against “White supremacy” just ask them what the Bible says.
Lawrence Blanchard, ND, MDiv