But no one puts a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; for the patch pulls away from the garment, and a worse tear results. Nor do men put new wine into old wineskins; otherwise the wineskins burst, and the wine pours out, and the wineskins are ruined; but they put new wine into fresh wineskins, and both are preserved. -Matthew 9:16
Almighty God created us and has provided everything we need to achieve His perfect will.
As we look throughout history, the White man has accomplished many amazing things, while also repeating many of the same mistakes over and over again, leading us to where we are today. Whether or not we want to face it, we have gone as far as we can go on our own.
Even by sincerely trying to incorporate some Christianity along the way, the best we have come up with always seems to somehow be infiltrated, defeated, or compromised. Now our nations are being steadily invaded while our values are under heavy attack as well. This is not by accident as it has gotten to the point where near absolute desperation is the only thing that seems to wake us up.
For God to allow this, there must be a hidden key to open the door, taking us beyond denominationalism, man-made laws, and governments which are at best only loosely-based on the Bible and have only resulted in failure. We need a Christian society fueled by supernatural power for our families and future generations.
What must change once and for all in order to arrive where we need to be? Let us each learn and take these steps toward approaching what our Father, God Almighty, intended for us as His children. It all begins with our focus and where we put our confidence. Christ can revolutionize your life by redirecting your heart through just a couple of simple illustrations, if you are ready to follow only His words.
These statements by Jesus are in response to John’s Disciples who had just asked Him why His Disciples were not fasting. Be careful never to miss the depth of insight within His responses to religious questions. Absorb the profound wisdom within the simplicity of Christ. For His intent was never merely to make an impression, but to help us understand how living from within leads to a much better life.
Here He takes basic, everyday things and uses them to pinpoint the only solution. He does this leaving no room for any honest man to be confused. In our immediate situation, it should no longer be acceptable for teachers to try and bring out anything other than exactly what Christ said.
From generation to generation, His actual words and teachings seem “new” in a relative sense because our people keep forgetting about God and few end up following His way. In addition, we tend to assume terms like ‘old’ and ‘new’ must only pertain to time or how long something has been believed or practiced in the Name of Christ.
Newness however, can have a spiritual connotation in the Bible which expresses the potential for inner renewal and continual power, day by day. Christ’s pure teachings never get old or worn out, including His commandments which preserve those who follow them. Do not consider the words of Christ as time sensitive for they are eternal.
This White Pill idea then is wanting to see everything (including race) from the perspective of God’s point of view, seeing the weakness of being externally focused.
Christ’s renewal completely diminishes any confidence in outside forces making our lives better. As you will see, the White Pill is also about wanting to preserve God’s people from the inside out, not through some pie-in-the-sky religious/political philosophy or strategy (that can never happen) through man-made institutions. Once Christ’s words take root in you, there is no expiration date because they actually produce real results. It is also the only solution that focuses on preserving our people, not just destroying God’s enemies.
Notice the first statement again: “But no one puts a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; for the patch pulls away from the garment, and a worse tear results.” Christ’s words are not rocket science, they are spirit and they are life. If you have an old garment which has a tear in it and you try to patch it with a piece of “unshrunk” cloth, it will at some point make the tear even worse.
The way Christ explains this is as if others already know this, but obviously not when it comes to its spiritual application. Understand, the problems we are facing (on the surface) may appear to only be economic, moral, political, and/or theological, but to view them that way is only dealing with symptoms. What it all comes down to is we are dealing with a spiritual problem. The reason we do not have the answers is because we have only looked to those who are experts on everything but the Spirit of God. We must look to the Word to help us understand the ways of the Spirit.
Christ first proves here that the solutions we are looking for cannot be that complex or difficult, but are just common sense like how to deal with having a tear in an old garment.
We cannot take an old, worn out garment and try to add something new (even Christ’s words) to it, in order to fix it – it won’t work. Though it is not the solution, the implication is it would be better to just leave the tear alone and settle for the old garment the way it is. The more we try to fix it, the worse the tear will become, making the old garment even less valuable. There must come a time when we realize we cannot fix some things ourselves and that our external emphasis and efforts are actually only making the problem worse.
This becomes more clear when we try to look at this, for instance, through the ‘lens’ of conservative political and theological thinkers who try to manipulate and make Christ’s words fit their agendas. They might say, “Now wait just a minute. If the garment only has one tear in it, that’s no reason to just throw it away. So we still need to fix the tear and the only way is to patch it. The tear looks bad and we’ve got to stop all that air from coming in there. So what He is really saying is we just shouldn’t use a newer piece of cloth to patch it. There’s no need of going to all that trouble and expense. Just find you some old worn out patch and fix it anyway. To throw the garment out would be wasteful and therefore… sinful.”
Rationalizing ways to go ahead to try and fix everything by side-stepping the words of Christ, is what’s led us to where we are.
Recognize there are men who think they are way smarter than Christ and stop listening to them! Those who come across as so smart will always seem to find a way to explain away what He is teaching, and end up justifying what they want to do.
The time has come to start listening to only Christ.
It is impossible to comprehend spiritual language through ramblings of carnal reasoning by those who claim to be interpreting what Christ ‘really meant’. How is it we become so loyal to those who twist His words, rather than to Christ Himself? Stop listening to those who refuse to listen to Christ. You will get your fill of their failure and weakness, when you finally recognize that these ‘experts’ are not even able to remedy any of the symptoms.
Though wearing ripped clothes may come and go as a modern fad, it is not the ideal situation. When it comes to the fabric of White culture in our modern day, the tear is steadily widening, making it near impossible for us to preserve godly living and traditional family values in America. Every Sunday, preachers are trying to convince their followers to either ignore this tear or teach that they alone, have the perfect patch.
What Christ illustrates here is how our efforts to make repairs only makes it worse.
All this useless, external nonsense that is being done in the Name of Christ, makes God appear weak and the Gospel, powerless. Couple this with all the so-called conservative politicians, who are pushing their lies. So just keep voting for them and paying your taxes, and who knows one day, the tear could magically go away… Christ is saying, “Not quite.” Christ says here you must face this tear like a man by trusting His words and no one else’s.
From the broad spectrum of all things “Conservative” and “Alt-right”, the idea of the Red Pill is running its course, placing our focus on the tear, describing it at varying degrees dependent upon who happens to be the gatekeeper running the website or podcast. Based on the words of Christ, the Red Pill may be a good place to start as long as you don’t get hung up on it, for it’s not enough to just point out the tear.
There must be a solution and it must be beyond what any man can come up with on his own, even from the Bible.
Given our situation, we can no longer rely on external solutions, even if they appear to be the best way to patch a tear; according to Christ, it only makes it worse. We must therefore humble ourselves and admit we cannot fix it, accepting the first point Christ is making here in this first statement: “But no one puts a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; for the patch pulls away from the garment, and a worse tear results.” Even leaving off from here, without finding out from Christ what the solution is, should never be considered Christian. Our people need the whole message, not just the part we think we know the most about – even race.
In spite of going along with what one feels may be the best course of action available, some are beginning to realize there is no outer (religious or political) solution for this tear, turning to what is now being referred to as the Black Pill – completely breaking away from traditional religious and political systems and institutions.
Recognizing the tear and throwing away the garment are parts of the solution. Yet throwing the garment away, still leaves you and your family bare, and could leave you vulnerable to being consumed with anger, bitterness, and confusion. We all need a garment, just not one with a tear we cannot fix ourselves. Christ continues: “Nor do men put new wine into old wineskins; otherwise the wineskins burst, and the wine pours out, and the wineskins are ruined; but they put new wine into fresh wineskins, and both are preserved.”
Christ goes onto confirm that the ultimate goal isn’t just to preserve these old things.
Christ’s timeless wisdom is greater than what men teach because it doesn’t stop with merely pointing out the problem or dwelling on sentimentality. Therefore He goes on to further illustrate the consequences of not trusting God. He does this by using a common practice of their day, wine storage and preservation. He makes it clear that new wine needs to go into fresh wineskins not old ones. Everything has its place and new wine does not belong in old wineskins.
Taking Christ and trying to put what He taught on an old, torn garment or in old wineskins of man-made religion and politics, only makes matters worse and creates a huge mess, as well as a vast amount of confusion. Christ is telling us we need to start over with something “new” or be renewed. Both Christ’s words and the circumstances we find ourselves in today tell us to leave the old garment and wineskins behind and go in pursuit of this new wine.
In just a couple of brief thoughts, Christ has captured from beginning to end why our world is the way it is, even today, along with the only answer.
The old garment has a tear in it and the more we mess with it, the worse it gets! He goes on in the next statement about the wineskins to declare that the focus of the solution must be on the inside, and we must be very careful how we approach getting it. For the same old wineskins cannot contain it.
The only answer is to not even see the old wineskins as an option any more, But to start over completely by letting Christ fill you with something new! Stop following those who will never fix or figure it out and let Christ begin to fill you. The kingdom of God cannot fit into what man-made institutions have made you into.
God’s people were not meant to be filled with anything other than Christ Himself! Real peace, supernatural power, true fulfillment, and every solution we need is in Christ. His words can never wear out nor will His power ever run out. His call is to forsake all that you see in exchange for this new wine.
Don’t just stop at the Red Pill or the Black Pill, but take the White Pill and begin your freedom!
Both kinds of “wineskins” – old and new – have particular purposes in God’s plan, both resulting from sacrifice and death. The “fresh” animal skins were fashioned especially to hold this “new wine”. Do you personally recognize in your life God’s preparation for you to receive this and make the change? Our mission is to reach those who are tired of weakness and failure, those who want to once and for all discover what true Christianity is all about. You’ve tried politics, you’ve tried whatever form of religion – you’ve even tried it your way.
Now its time to throw it all that away for Christ.
This is what the idea of the White Pill is all about. The Red Pill helped us recognize the problems, the Black Pill is to separate from the old. The White Pill is doing all that, but also recognizing the solution comes from within, just like the new wine in the fresh wineskins – a result of personal change.
The White Pill represents you are finished with everything except for Christ when it comes to how to live your life.
Understand, what causes old wineskins to burst, is when we want Christ to fill us, but we try and make Him fit our old systems and ways – it just won’t work. The new wine of Christ will not fit with man’s ideas, only creating confusion and making an even bigger mess. The White Pill is about leaving all that behind in exchange for wanting to become all Christ wants you to be from the inside of you.
Do you trust His words enough to make this exchange? Do you believe Him as He has already said here there are no external solutions and that the new wine is the only thing that will work and preserve our people? If the answer is “Yes” then you’ve been White Pilled, willing to adjust your ‘skin’ or flesh to make more and more room for the new wine of God’s Spirit in your life.
The longer White people refuse to make this change, the worse the tear will become and the more what most perceive as Christianity will be perceived as full of holes and nothing but a big mess. The longer you deny Christ’s words in your own life, the drunker you will become on your old religion and politics.
Release the old garment and forsake the old wineskins for Christ, Who was right there waiting all along.
Though our problems may appear to be complex, the practicality of Christ’s solution exposes how ignorant we are of the ways of His Spirit, even those of us who spent much time searching for the best theology and politics has to offer. The very best we can come up with are torn garments we cannot repair and puffed up, old wineskins full of what only puts people to sleep. Being White Pilled is seizing your opportunity to see Who Christ is in you – nothing is worth more to you.
Christ’s words here are about both accepting preservation and becoming a preserver – discovering better lives and creating a better future for our children.
We owe our ancestors more respect and our children more than patched up, puffed up, dead religion. But this is exactly how both skin and wine are preserved, for we must have both. It’s not enough to just be straight on race, still settling for the same old way, while still looking in vain for external gratification and solutions. Nor is it enough to understand how to live by faith and walk in the Spirit, if it is not for the overall betterment of White families and traditional family values. Being White Pilled isn’t just recognizing what’s different on the outside, but that the only hope for our people is for us to live for the glory of God from within.
As we are witnessing every day, we are long past the beginning of the end. Our Father has been more than patient, gracious, and merciful, but time is running out. The only place God wants to be contained is within us. Therefore, the more conscious we are of this new wine, the greater we will be in the kingdom of God. His authority and righteousness are too great to be held within what we can create. This awareness is the key to preserving a remnant of our people who it is prophesied will be strong in their faith in the last days.
The time for being a whiney pretender who blames everything on Jews, non-Whites, and Whites who don’t agree with them, must be over.
Take personal responsibility for yourself by only looking to Christ while focusing on being better for our people.