“THERE R NO INNOCENT WHITES”, Divine Racial Karma says. “The white man has broken each of the Universe’s Divine Laws, grossly violated the human rights of all the non-white citizens of the earth and without regard plundered the earth herself in selfish exploitation of her resources.As such, we must welcome this: the emergence of the universal age of the white man’s karmic retribution,” says NBFSN Divine Karma interpreter Hallowed Yclept. “We know now that when any atrocity befalls anywhite person at the hands of any person of color it is in accordance with the edict and bounty the universe has issued against them for their Universal Law violations, failure to make restitution for their racial crimes and crimes against the planet.”
“The window of opportunity whites had to satisfy the Universe by making restitution for their innumerable atrocities against the other races of people on the planet has thoroughly closed. We know this because of the blanket statement our Sun of God, Ra, has made against them Eumelanin, the pigment responsible for the devil’s pale skin color is despised by the Ra. It singles him out for shamings of melanomas, carcinomas, sarcomas, Actinic Keratosis, Basal Cell Carcinomas, Kaposi’s Sarcomas, squamous cell carcinomas, nodular melanomas, Intraocular Melanoma, Merkel cell carcinomas and Contagious Melanomas. While the white man presents them as cancers and ‘skin disorders’, they are curses. Ra hates Pheomelanoma. Ra hates white flesh.”
QUESTION: DOES THE SKIN OF GOOD WHITE CHRISTIANS BURN WHILE IN CHURCH? IF SO, WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF GOOD WHITE PEOPLE GOING TO CHURCH?
(Answer:) “Yes, White Peoples Skin Burns While They Sit in Church Too. There is no refuge for them from the Sun of God. Like the so called Jews wear a mask of religiosity whereby they call themselves God’s chosen people, white Christians wear a mask of religiosity that allows them to feel as though they are righteous because they go to church.”
Are Caucasian Atheists exempt from the damnation their kind face because they don’t believe in The Devil’s invisible God? No.