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Ben Klassen's Jewish- Mennonite Origins

Klassen started a religion in 1973 called "Church if the Creator" which has been renamed by Matt Hale to the "Creativity Movement"

Recently I began looking into Ben Klassen, precursor to Matt Hale. It has been claimed that Klassen is Jewish and it has also been refuted by folks committed to the racist values of his teachings. I am beginning to look into this but what  is clear, many things he advocates in this religion has a JWO ring to it. One that really jumps out is his  belief in loyalty to race above country and by that I mean that permeates borders. This is quite similar in tone to the idea of the Jews as an international people.

In fact he considers nationalism an enemy to man as well as communism, Judaism and Christianity

If Klassen had secret Jewish loyalties, and in my opinion, his advocacy was detrimental for Whites and all Goy and good for Jews, he would have offered intentional misdirection. The loyalty with which he is remembered can be attributed to a long term campaign of elitist brainwashing of mostly lower class Whites to have fixations agreeable with the advocacy of this religion but make no mistake. Leaders advocating what's good for elites is bad for the masses who go under it's spell through indoctrination

In regards to the charges of Jewishness laid against him, he wrote articles or chapters in books refuting that he was Jewish and conveniently had an uncle, supposedly, that did an ancestry analysis available for documentation.Image result for Ben Klassen's Jewish- Mennonite Origins

I must ask, if Klassen was a crypto Jew starting a goy religion for White people, the Jew's number one enemy, do you think with all the tribe's money they might have been able to manufacture a believable history for Klassen to proclaim as that of a goy? Yes I think they could.

This article by a Jewess that I am republishing, Rebecca Ellen Kurtz, documents the fact that the founder of the Mennonites was indeed of Jewish origin whose name was Menno Simons. As usual with the kyptos, wiki-pedia does not reveal this but I did stumble into this revelation with a google search of the founder and am hardly surprised. 

The formation of this movement corresponds with the Protestant Reformation, known to be a Jewish psyop amongst them that are Jew-wise, mostly encouraged by crypto Jews trained out of Switzerland (John Calvin-Cohen for instance).

Therefore I had assumed it did have Jewish roots and now feel confirmed on this. It is yet to be determined if the Klassen's specifically have Jewish roots but I bet it is yes and well hidden and I will report what I find when I find it.

I do this because in the little I have read so far of Klassen I am quickly gathering why these white racialists that make up what I call the "White Race Religion" a religion that basically worships the White Race, are so intent on calling all other peoples on the planet, enemies to the white race (literally!)

All who are familiar with my stance on this knows that I clearly think defining various goy deluded by Jewish mind control, evil, to be a shooting oneself in the foot endeavor and  why I assume this is subversion proselytizing. Divided goy is always good for elitist united Jewry

Klassen who grew to adulthood never experiencing the "nigger problem" (as he would be likely to say) seems an odd person to be pushing that so hard with his advocacy and adds to my suspicion

Here's the informative article about the origins of this peculiar cult and we will see  various Jewish ties portrayed:Image result for Ben Klassen's Jewish- Mennonite Origins


Although it has been documented and is well known amongst various Jews and Mennonites, Menno Simons (the father of the Mennonites) was a Jew who accepted Yeshua as the messiah.

Many Mennonites do not celebrate Christmas or other former pagan days due to this heritage.

However, not all Mennonites stem from Jewish ancestry, but some do. The Mennonite faith was developed with an emphasis on holiness, community, and pacifism, and many joined due to its beliefs and not its bloodline during the turbulent One Hundred Years Wars between the Catholics and Lutherans which decimated a third of the Holy Roman Empire’s population.

Let us look at the similarities between the Hasidic Jews and the Amish.

Admittedly, a lot of Mennonite and Amish surnames are exactly the same as some German Jewish surnames, but this is not much evidence.

However, after reading The Chosen many other thoughts are coming to mind with more and more similarities becoming apparent.
First, the Amish are very similar to the Hasid. They are both fundamentalists, strict in their observance of separating themselves from the secular world (including their clothing), and practice white magic. Seems odd doesn’t it? Let’s get a little more picky.
Both excommunicate and shun any members who stray from strict observance of their rules and traditions.
Both speak in an older German language (Yiddish and Pennsylvania Dutch) which many have said that the Amish and Yiddish speakers can understand each other easily.
Both moved to areas in Europe and Russia when heavily persecuted. Mennonites were lynched by Roman Catholics and Lutherans for refusing to baptize their children at birth, thinking the child should be old enough to make a decision for themself on whether or not to pledge their belief systems.

Pennsylvania German/Ammish Sticker “We still speak the mother tongue”
Pennsylvania German/Ammish Sticker We still speak the mother tongue

Both practice white magic. To the left is a Amish hex symbol. When traveling through Amish lands, look at their barns and you see many white magic and hex symbols warding of evil spirits or anything unclean. To the right is a Hasid star.Hasid Star of DavidHasid Star of David

Makes you go hmmmm.

Furthermore, German princes offered protection to Mennonites for their great farming abilities and to Jews for their great monetary abilities.
Both were invited to settle in the Ukraine and both were slaughtered during and after the Bolshevik Revolution, some staying but most fleeing who survived. The Mennonites broke into two groups while in Russia, one turning more charismatic while the other refusing any charismatic tendencies. Some of the Russian Mennonites became known as Hutterites when they moved to the Americas.
It would seem probable that the same Germanic princes would extend welcome to Jews and Mennonites, perhaps bringing the two heavily persecuted branches within a type of friendship. Mennonites rarely marry outside the Mennonite realm and Jews do the same, so maybe that is where the connection ends.

Another point to consider are the Waldenisians who were persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church for refusing to believe the Pope was the head of the church, the eucharist, and many other Catholic beliefs. It is believed that they were Jews Of The Way (Jews who believed Yeshua was the Messiah).

Supposedly, they had originated in Israel, had been expelled by the Romans after the destruction of Jerusalem, and then had fled up into and, some, over the Alps for safety from persecution. The term “Anabaptist” had originated with them a thousand years before the Protestant Reformation.

One interesting note is that the Jews and Waldenesians were being massacred throughout Germania during the same time and within a couple centuries. Hans Denck (a Mennonite) arrived in Strausburg and began working with the Hebrew scholar Ludwig Haetzer. Together they translated the Hebrew Prophets into German. During this work, several rabbis from the town’s Jewish neighborhood began helping them.
It wasn’t long before Jacob Kautz, one of Denck’s followers, posted 7 Anabaptist theses on the Strasbourg Church doors – ticking off both Catholics and Lutherans. One of these theses from Kautz is very Messianic sounding. It lays that there is a payment for atonement for sins by Christ’s sacrifice. That a person’s daily life should be righteous and obedient to all commands in the Bible – very anti-Luther (who threw out works). We still see this struggle today. Christians who simply mutter words asking for forgiveness and go on sinning to their heart’s content. Grace – the license to sin. Opposed to those who strive to be holy, unselfish, long suffering and forgiving.
Anyway, I’ll have to look more into this later, but it does make one go hmmmm.

***Here's a few quotes found here from a current Mennonite that gives off a decidedly Jewish non-assimilation feel to it:

A central theme in Mennonite history has been the necessity of movement, of seeking refuge in places where they would be allowed to practise their religious beliefs undisturbed. These sanctuaries have never been permanent, as governments have shifted from inviting them when labour was in short supply, to expelling them or revoking exemptions from military service or other expectations when the economic or political landscape changed.

As a result, Mennonites are a diasporic population, strewn across Europe and the Americas. Even after immigrating to Canada, when the government insisted all children attend public school, a small group of Mennonites moved yet again, leaving for South America, recognizing that this policy would eventually result in their assimilation.

One more time, Mennonites chose freedom over comfort and movement over conflict. Their actions were prophetic.....

I am an atheist. I am also a Mennonite.

***Clearly, coordinated efforts not to assimilate with the host, moving if necessary (very Jewish)
The writer is atheist and a Mennonite (very Jewish-like)

" I liken it to my Jewish friends, who may be athiests, or have converted to some version of Christianity, but in their core, they are still Jewish in 'culture.' Our experiences as children, our long, long family memory and experience has shaped our world view. " (1)

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