Just caught your DSCI 2015-2019 Passover Show


Good show Martin. I think that was maybe the best message I ever heard you give. I'm glad I caught it. You sounded to me different in some way, more serious, more content, not so angry. It's been a couple of years since I heard you speak last. I've changed myself. I always held out hope for a better tomorrow. That killing a few jews and blacks, getting a few decent people in power could bring that about. But the last couple of years, the increasing craziness and degeneracy beyond all imagination, I understand now you were right all along. It can't be stopped, there is no better tomorrow. It's all downhill from here, right to the day of judgement. We really are the first generation that can say with certainty, things will be worse than they were when our fathers were our age, and they will not get better. We'll do the same job and make less money, we'll work longer hours, our neighborhood will be dirtier, our city less safe, our government more corrupt. We will be more miserable and downtrodden than our fathers were. Thousands of years of the slow, steady march of human progress have come to an end for good. I understand that now.

Losing all hope has calmed me actually. I should be demoralized and despondent. Yet I'm actually now strangely happier knowing that. It's hard to describe. It's like a weight that has been lifted off of me. It's like now I know there is nothing left but Jesus and the tasks he gave us to perform. I asked, I think a couple of times, how long you thought it was to the tribulation. You never gave me a definite answer but always left me with the impression that you thought it was imminent. I never believed that. I always thought it 200 to 500 years still distant. I had an idea how bad things had to be at the end, how bad they are now, and how bad they were 20 years ago. It was a simple matter of extrapolating the trend into the future. And I arrived at the conclusion that at the current rate of decay it was still 200 years away, minimum.

But the events of the past 2 or 3 years, wow. How it's accelerated so quickly. I can't see it being beyond 25. Take this tranny thing for instance. The last show I caught of yours like 2 years ago, trannys were still like the pervert flasher at the side of the road in the trenchcoat, exposing himself to passing cars. They were on the same link on the food chain. Today, just two years later, and really only just a year later, they're more normal than we are. We're the degenerates now, on the link with the guy flashing passing cars. And he's probably 3 or 4 links above us. It's unbelievable. We'll probably both be still alive for it. I never believed that until just recently.

All the crazy garbage we used to talk about on your show, most of it was utterly worthless, but I did learn a few things from you and I don't think I could have made it to this point without you. You did have an effect on me. I just wanted you to know that so that you never get the idea you're just wasting your time and it's all in vain. I think I'm going to become more useful to Yahweh in the future. I hope so anyway. And that's another thing you were right about. About all you can do is cast the net, knowing that there probably won't be a fish in it, until one day you're surprised to find one. I'm thankful I lucked into finding your show. I don't even remember now how it happened. Hand of God maybe. Whatever happened, I'm glad it did.

Keep casting the net, keep doing those shows Martin. People need you.

Canuckistani Whigger Rex
The former Corneilu Codreanu