This is more or less an out of left field guess:scirreeve wrote: ↑Fri Jun 01, 2018 6:39 pmKarl also made another post about immigration - it is the same as all his other posts so I won't post it here. Here is one of the comments on his post.Marc Messina God commands that the white race live separately from all other non-white people. One of the Ten Commandants is specifically for this purpose.
I know of no version of the ten commandments that says squat about race mixing but remember, almost all first generation sovcits were huge racists (William Potter Gale and Henry Lamont Beach being excellent examples). From "Christian Identity" preachers to people who left the Klan in disgust at their inability to block the civil rights act of 1964, between that and the 14th amendment and these bastards discovered they were no longer living in the white Christian men and only white Christian men, wield all the power country of their dreams. Sometimes if you despise the real world you try to hallucinate your own (or so I'm told).
One Bible story that doesn't get much play outside on certain circles is that of Phinehas. Those Midianite chicks must have been hot because even thought it brought a great plague upon the nation some of the men of Israel married the daughters of idolaters. Phinehas was a take charge kind of guy and rammed his spear clean through a wayward Israelite and the Midianite woman he'd married. This act had enough merit for God to convey a priesthood on Phinehas and his descendants. That was a mantle that Roger Elvick tried to take up for himself.
Given the general dimmissitude of the average poot hanger on it isn't much of a stretch for some to believe any anti race mixing passages in the Bible must come from the ten commandments or perhaps the sermon on the mount, you know, assuming those aren't the same thing.