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Half-nigger Pete Peters



(Mamzers will be mamzers!)



-------Original Message-------


From: pastor buddy


Hear it from the horse?s mouth! Over and over again, Pete Peters is a hater of Whites and a lover of Negroes!

Pete Peters endorses a black singer in the name of [his] god. Click here to listen to a recording posted to Peters? own website, dated 3/16/08, and start listening at about 45:00 minutes.

Here Pete Peters again endorses a Negro preacher, claims to love hom, and calls him a "black prophet"! Then Peters calls White people "trash"! Peters then calls the Patriarch Jacob a "momma's boy", a coward and "an old conniver"! Pete Peters is a blasphemer! Which White man could possibly deserve the label "trash" more than Peters himself? This audio snippet contains approximately 4 minutes from 18:37 of Peters' Sermon "The Party was Crashed", Scriptures For America CD # C1194.








The following excellent critique of Pete Peters' endorsement of William Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival by Clifton Emahiser deserves our detailed attention, and scrutiny.   As a result, the following two changes have been made to his original text which we pray that Mr. Emahiser will greatly appreciate:

  1. "Enosh" was changed to "beast", because Scripture refers to niggers as "beasts" and Asians as "Enosh".
  2. "Negro" and "black" was changed to nigger, as niggers prefer to be called nigggers.

His original excellent paper can be viewed here to confirm that Mr. Emahiser is too much of a gentleman to use words considered by our current crop of jews to be "racist" or "anti-semitic" or "sexist":

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Clifton A. Emahiser"™s Teaching Ministries

1012 N. Vine Street, Fostoria, Ohio 44830

Phone (419)435-2836, Fax (419-435-7571)

Please Feel Free To Copy, But Not To Edit

It is simply dumbfounding to me what this Israel Identity movement is turning

into. For the life of me, I don"™t know from where all these daffy characters are getting

their wild, unfounded, idiotic ideas. I was already aware that Ted R. Weiland had a lot of

erroneous premises such as sending gifts of Bibles to Nigeria and trying to justify it by

Scripture, but Pete Peters recently has taken a turn in the same direction! Pete Peters

of late, on an audio CD #1071 entitled "Prophecy & Speculation"�, at an index of 35:00

and continuing on, makes the claim that the nigger William J. Seymour was inspired by

the Holy Spirit in 1906 at Los Angeles, California. Furthermore, Pete Peters connects

the Azusa Street Revival and the tongue-wagging nigger William Seymour with his

theory of calendar thumb days. If you are not already informed, and if you don"™t follow

"the prophet"� Pete Peters and his convoluted calendar, then according to him, you"™re

going straight to hell. You may ask: "why should Clifton A. Emahiser be concerned

about what Pete Peters is promoting?"™ The answer is: because we are either gathering

the sheep or we are scattering them! (Matt. 12:30). While many Israel Identity believers

also read material from Peters, my own readers have inquired about this from me, and

so I shall address it. Anytime we start following an beast, one not of our race, and

place him in a position of authority over us, we are doing contrary to what Yahweh

instructed us to do! Deuteronomy 17:15 states:

"Thou shalt in any wise set him king over thee, whom Yahweh thy God

shall choose: one from among thy brethren shalt thou set king over thee: thou

mayest not set a stranger over thee, which is not thy brother."�

How then dare Pete Peters set a nigger priest over us in the person of William J.


For those unfamiliar with the nigger William J. Seymour and his Azusa Street

Revival, here is a general overview of what he and his movement were all about:

Those in Israel Identity should be aware of the danger that the so-called

"Pentecostal"� and "Charismatic"� movements pose. Alexander Dowie, born in

Scotland in 1847 but reared in Australia, was trained for the Congregational ministry

and held a number of pastorates in Australia. Dowie began his so-called "healing"�

ministry and a stormy career followed, attracting many adherents. In 1888, after many

ups-and-downs of success in Australia, he came to America and settled in Chicago in


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In Chicago, Dowie gained renown among many, bringing him world-wide fame.

He was frequently arrested and fought a running battle with local authorities. In 1896,

he formed what he called the "Christian Catholic Church"�. By 1900, he somehow

managed to purchase 6,000 acres of land north of Chicago where he intended to build

a city named "Zion"�. And one must surely question, "from whence did he get such

funds?"™ Within two years, over 10,000 people moved to and resided at his new "City of

God"�. In 1901, Dowie announced that he was "Elijah the prophet"�, and later

proclaimed himself the "first apostle"� of the church. In 1906, the city of Zion, Illinois

revolted against his outrageous claims, and along with his growing financial problems

ousted him from control of the church. A year later he died.

Following in Alexander Dowie"™s shoes was F. F. Bosworth. In Britain, one Smith

Wigglesworth picked up Dowie"™s ball and ran with it there. Later a whole host of

individuals joined Dowie"™s parade, such as Thomas Wyatt, Raymond T. Richey, Aimee

Semple McPherson, Charles S. Price, and the list is too long to cover here in its


One of the most shadowy characters to join the band was William J. Seymour, a

nigger tongue-wagger. It is important to understand the phenomena called "speaking in

tongues"� for it has joined with the enemy to help destroy the White race. In the nigger

William J. Seymour we have that which should be termed a "change agent"�. Upon

investigation one will better comprehend how Seymour aided and abetted the Jewish

agenda for the "browning"� of America, for his dubious doctrines have spread


Seymour"™s so-called "revival"� lasted approximately three years, and at its height

brought together people of all races: Caucasians, niggers, hispanics, jews, and you

name it, everything came. William J. Seymour, a son of slaves, taught that speaking in

tongues was the ultimate proof of salvation. Here was an beast introducing a game

plan to bring about integration among the races. Within weeks people of all races were

streaming to the city of Los Angeles to see the services where worshipers fell to the

ground and uttered all kinds of strange, unintelligible sounds, and it eventually gained

six hundred million followers worldwide. As of this year (2006), sixty thousand followers

will descend on Los Angeles to mark the movement"™s one hundredth birthday.

Interestingly, the "rapture"� movement, though started earlier, began to gain

prominence, and the two became like Siamese twins.

These "Pentecostal"� and "Charismatic"� movements, having a common origin,

have divided the whole of Christendom, as has the "rapture"� movement. The ultimate

agenda of the enemy, through subsidiary entities, is to destroy the pure seed and power

of the Holy Caucasian people. The meetings (some of which lasted all night) of these

tongue-waggers were so rowdy that two policemen were posted full time at the church

to keep order, and this was back in the early 1900"™s when people were more peaceful.

With these gatherings, for the first time (other than in the Roman Catholic church)

niggers and whites worshipped under the same roof and shared pastoral duties! This

begs the question: How can anyone live with/worship under the same roof with an anti-

christ congolese-loving tongue-wagger? People belonging to these movements insist that

unless one speaks in tongues, one has not the Holy Spirit. Inasmuch as non-whites

have not the Spirit, "Azusa Street"� style exhibitions are but a mockery of the actual

Day of Pentecost!

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It is not hearsay about Pete Peters speaking well of the Azusa Street Revival,

but straight from his mouth. I will now transcribe exactly what Pete Peters said on this

audio CD:

" ... now I pointed out the other day, when we had our door day, something about

Azusa Street, and one person sent this to me, and it said: "Hi pastor Peters, What a

blessed Passover we had here at home with pastor Peters; pastor Applegate "�€œ praise

be to Jesus for it. Just like you, it was the first time for us to hear about Azusa Street in

Los Angeles, but my surprise raised when I heard about it the next day looking through

the TV channels. I saw a Christian talk show mentioning Azusa Street, and they

mentioned a centennial revival for April 25


and 26


of 2006."™ I don"™t know where they

got that date, but the point is this: people are beginning to hear again about Azusa

Street. Now there has [sic] been some things on the History Channel or some report

someplace, and they pervert our history. But let me tell you what took place in Azusa

Street in 1906 on April 9



"There was an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Now April 2


, as far as I can see, in

1906 was the Passover, the door day. April 9


was seven days later, you see, and the

rain began to come, gentle rain. Now they"™re perverting some of the history, but we"™re

fortunate to have pastor Applegate who had an uncle there "�€œ actually there, Azusa

Street in California in 1906, and he told Gene, when he was a young man about it, and I

had Gene give me about four minutes on a sound track to tell us about it, so let"™s just

listen, so it"™s not from the horse"™s mouth, but from the one that got it from the horse"™s


""Peter, you asked me what happened in Azusa Street, and I shared with you

that my uncle had informed me that he had been there, and I thought that his take on it

was really very, very interesting. He shared with me that he came in, of course, in the

midst of what was happening "�€œ I don"™t know what led up to it, except that I do know

there"™d been a group of people praying for several years, I think, for a revival in the Los

Angeles area, and then people began to gather together, and there was a display of the

Spirit of God "�€œ they called it "the glory of God"™; the awesome Holy presence began to

come over the group, and some were filled with the Holy Spirit in the way that the

Pentecostals originally received it, and there was speaking in other tongues as they did

in Acts 2:4 in the early church when Peter preached that great sermon that caused

3000 to be saved that day. But anyway, to get back to the thought, he told me that it

was held in an old livery stable kind of a place that had once been a Methodist church,

and had been deserted and converted into a stable "�€œ it was vacant "�€œ nobody was using

it "�€œ and this group of people that had been meeting together, when the Holy Spirit

began to minister to them, wanted to find a place where they could meet. They had

been meeting in a home, as I understand it. And so it was that they came to Azusa

Street, and I was there in 1951, and happened to see that building "�€œ it was still there

then "�€œ I don"™t know if it"™s still there now, but it"™s a big old stucco building "�€œ looks sort of

like a barn, but, at the same time, it had the church tower on one side, etc. Anyway,

they tell me "�€œ he told me that people would come in to the church there when he came

on the scene, and I think he had heard it by word of mouth from somebody who"™d been

out there and came back toward where he was in the Midwest area, either "�€œ I think he

was in Oklahoma or Kansas somewhere and he heard about it, and so he went out

there "�€œ he was a young man, curious, and went out there, and he said they"™d go in the

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church and there would be such an awesome, holy presence of God that nobody would

say anything "�€œ they"™d just come in and sit there and be overwhelmed with the presence

of God. He spoke of it as being a time where it seemed like the whole place was just lit

up with a brilliance that was not the normal kind of light. It would come in waves across

the people and across the building, and when it would move across the building in

waves, there would be people that would be healed "�€œ there"™d be blind eyes that would

be opened "�€œ people that were deaf heard, and he told me that there was [sic] people

that would come in on crutches and cots and so-forth, and they"™d get up and be

completely healed, and leave their crutches, and their canes, and their cots right where

they were, and run out rejoicing about their healing. Well I think if I"™d been healed of

something like that, I"™d probably get excited too, don"™t you? Anyway, it was a place

where the Holy Spirit is considered to have been born "�€œ or the Pentecostal experience

was considered to have been born ..."™

[Pete Peters responds]: "Thank you "�€œ we"™re very fortunate to hear the story.

Now, its a true story. It truly did happen. When did it happen? April 9


, 1906. Two

Jubilees later is April 9


, 2006."�

After playing this "sound track"�, Pete Peters goes on to make it appear that the

"Azusa Street Revival"� was legitimate, and an act of the Almighty. There was a spirit at

that building on Azusa street all right, but it wasn"™t the Holy Spirit. We can know that

beyond all doubt, as Yahweh never blesses anything led by an beast! We can also be

sure that Yahweh"™s Holy Spirit had nothing to do with the "Azusa Street Revival"�, as

the resulting aftermath of its influence has assisted the miscegenation that we see

going on today! You can mark it down in your little book that the Holy Spirit of Yahweh

would never come into a group of people of mingled race! The Holy Spirit came down

on Sodom and Gomorrah and you know what happened there. Had it been the Holy

Spirit at Azusa street, all that would be left would be ashes! Yahweh"™s Holy Spirit would

never enter a group made up of "Jews"� hispanics,niggerses and mexicans, and if any

Whites attended, the Holy Spirit would not accompany them!

An excerpt from an article, "William J. Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival"�,

by Gary B. McGee in a recent issue of the Assemblies of God"™s Enrichment Journal:

"The April 18, 1906, issue of the Los Angeles Times carried the story on the Azusa

Street revival. To read the newspapers in 1906, one might have wondered about all the

excitement in an old building on Azusa Street in the industrial part of the city. According

to the Los Angeles Times, a bizarre new religious sect had started with people

"breathing strange utterances and mouthing a creed which it would seem no sane

mortal could understand."™ Furthermore, "Devotees of the weird doctrine practice the

most fanatical rites, preach the wildest theories, and work themselves into a state of

mad excitement."™

"If that didn"™t grab the reader"™s attention, the article continued by saying that

"Colored people and a sprinkling of whites compose the congregation, and night is

made hideous in the neighborhood by the howlings of the worshippers who spend

hours swaying forth and back in a nerve-racking attitude of prayer and supplication."™ To

top it all off, they claimed to have received the "gift of tongues,"™ and what"™s more,

"comprehend the babel"™ ."� [Like niggers in the jungle!]

This is an atmosphere of hell rather than heaven! Pete Peters labels the Azusa

Street Revival "the latter rain"� of the Spirit, as promised by the Old Testament prophet

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Joel (2:23"�€œ 29). I guess Pete Peters expects that the hottentot, William J. Seymour, will

be an inspiration to Israel Kingdom Identity! If one listens to this audio CD by Pete

Peters, one gets the impression that the end-day fulfilling of the Holy Spirit began at the

Azusa Street Revival with the nigger, William J. Seymour. Or did "pastor"�(?) Gene

Applegate overlook informing Pete Peters that William J. Seymour was a nigger? But

Peters (the divine prophet) should have known that in advance!


Another excerpt from part 2 of this same article by Gary B. McGee reads:

"William J. Seymour, an African-American, was born May 2, 1870, in Centerville,

Louisiana, to former slaves Simon and Phillis Seymour, who raised him as a Baptist.

Later, while living in Cincinnati, Ohio, he came into contact with holiness teachings

through Martin Wells Knapp"™s God"™s Revivalist movement and Daniel S. Warner"™s

Church of God Reformation movement, otherwise known as the Evening Light Saints.

Believing that they were living in the twilight of human history, these Christians believed

that the Spirit"™s outpouring would precede the rapture of the Church. They deeply

impressed the young Seymour.

"After moving to Houston, Seymour attended a local African-American holiness

congregation pastored by Lucy F. Farrow, a former governess in the household of

Charles F. Parham. Parham led the midwestern Apostolic Faith movement, the original

name of the Pentecostal movement, that had begun in his Bethel Bible School in

Topeka, Kansas, in January 1901. By 1905, he had relocated his base of operations to

the Houston area where he conducted revivals and started another Bible school.

Farrow arranged for Seymour to attend classes. However, because of the "Jim Crow"�

segregation laws of the time, Seymour had to listen to Parham"™s lectures while sitting

apart from the other students. Seymour accepted Parham"™s view of baptism in the Holy

Spirit "�€œ the belief that in every instance, God would give intelligible languages "�€œ

speaking in tongues to believers for missionary evangelism ..."�

From here, at the urging of a negress, Neeley Terry, who heard Seymour preach

at Houston, and with some financial assistance from Parham, Seymour promptly moved

to Los Angeles in February 1906 (where he had no "Jim Crow"� laws to constrain him).

To shorten a long story, after various altercations he finally established his

(congregation of the dead, Ps. 21:16) at Azusa street where, (picking it up again in

part 3 of McGee"™s article):

"African-Americans, Latinos, whites, and others prayed and sang together,

creating a dimension of spiritual unity and equality, almost unprecedented for the time.

It allowed men, women, and children to celebrate their unity in Christ and participate as

led by the Spirit. Indeed, so unusual was the mixture of niggers and whites that

Bartleman enthusiastically exclaimed, "The color line was washed away in the blood."™

He meant that in the sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit, the sin of racial prejudice had

been removed by the cleansing blood of Jesus Christ."� [Absolute blasphemy!]

The Charles F. Parham &

John Alexander Dowie Connection

Another excerpt from part 3 of McGee"™s article reads: "Meanwhile, in late

summer 1906, Charles Parham had begun leading another Pentecostal revival in Zion

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City, Illinois, among the followers of the nationally known faith healer John Alexander

Dowie. Not until October did Parham leave for California, hoping to consolidate the

faithful in Los Angeles within the wider network of Apostolic Faith believers, and

second, to harness what he considered to be an unbridled religious enthusiasm. As it

happened, the emotional worship and particularly the mingling of whites and niggers

together deeply offended him. Parham laid the blame at Seymour"™s feet."�

QUESTION: Is this really the kind of fellowship we want among the brethren in

Israel Identity? At least now the reader should begin to see how all of this

blasphemous, unholy alliance fits together, and it"™s not a very pretty picture. And, Pete

Peters has to be out of his mind if he thinks he can drag the rest of us into such a

contaminated environment.

For more information on William J. Seymour, go to the Internet and enter his

name into the search engine, for there is an abundance of data on this beast. If the

reader can"™t already see the danger of so-called "Pentecostal"™ and "Charismatic"™

tongue-wagging, he must be blinder than Pete Peters! There is hardly anything that

Pete Peters promotes that is biblically sound. And, Pete Peters is dead-wrong, for the

Azusa Street Revival has absolutely nothing to do with the "latter rain"� for true genetic

Israel! Nor do the present-day "tongues movements"� have anything in common with

the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at the day of Pentecost, as recorded in the Book of

Acts! It would be difficult, then, to assess all of the damage that William J. Seymour has

spawned to liquidate the White Israel race.

Another publication, the Holy Ghost Review, described the activity of the average

meeting: "It was common for the lost to be saved, sick healed, demonized delivered,

and seekers to be baptized in the Spirit in almost every meeting. Many of the early

leaders of the Pentecostal movement received their Holy Ghost baptism or worshipped

at the Azusa "plank"™ altar."�

With all of that activity of casting out demons, and all the various ethnic groups in

attendance, I am certain there were an abundance of devils to be cast out. But probably

all they were accomplishing in their casting out was they were simply casting the devils

from one beast to another beast. Don"™t be surprised should Pete Peters launch his

own program for casting out devils, or "snakes"� as he calls them, for as he claims, to

disagree with "the divine seer"�, one becomes a "snake"�. Why does Pete Peters (with

his double-standard) condemn illegal mexicans while simultaneously highly praising a



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