What Does NCRenegade Represent?

I have to be honest: in my opinion we are facing a very dangerous future. I do not see much point in preaching to the choir which is why I stopped posting on NCRenegade and have devoted time to what I know is a more productive use of my resources. I have bought land and am developing it for a training center. The first range is now complete and our first class was last weekend. I hope that the building will be up by the end of the year and completed by March.

So why would I spend all of my life’s savings (and more) to build this gift to my community (and others)? The answer is simple: I am following the path that the Lord has shown me. And not just for me as other people are helping me with time and donations. And good will.

I have read the article by LT called “Kill Them All – Every Last One”. While I understand the threat that Islam poses to the entire world, I also understand that indiscriminate killing is not the answer that the Bible teaches us. Some of the readers will refer back to the Old Testament for examples of God’s punishment to justify genocide. I will not debate or condone murder. I also understand war is coming and that there will be death on a large scale.

We all have choices to make. I have made my choice to defend my community and rebuild a better world for our children. Does anyone think that indiscriminate killing based on religion is the answer? The obvious comeback would be: but all Muslims submit to that ideology. I will not debate that since it is part of their doctrine. What we have to decide is what our religion teaches us to do.

As I said earlier, I will defend my community. In order to do that, you cannot sit at a keyboard. You must set an example in order to inspire people instead of leading them in fear. And that is exactly what people want: they want to follow a leader who has played upon their fears. It is easy to gain “followers” with empty promises as history has shown us repeatedly. Nazi Germany was only one example of how fear and hatred caused the death of over 72 million souls.

I wanted this site to be a compilation of authors and ideas; I never wanted it to be about me. So you will decide based on comments what kind of site you want this site to be.

David DeGerolamo

      
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15 Responses to What Does NCRenegade Represent?

  1. Lynn Dalessio says:

    How can I find out about your classes?

  2. Phillip says:

    I have followed you for several years now. It is part of my regular day. LT, while accurate about the threat, needs to tone it down. No reason to incite violence or draw unnecessary attention or vitriol. ; deal with it in his way when it arises against you. Let the opposition learn the consequences at the appropriate time. Keep doing what you are for your community. All politics are local.

    • Tom Angle says:

      The fight has started, it is not LT’s problem that people are so blind and cowardly that they refuse to see what is in front of them. Look at Columbus, OH this morning. All those men barracading themselves in their rooms like cowards waiting to die. Then not one said it was islam that caused it.

      • lon a follower says:

        Did Islam cause it? Or did a mans failure to choose good over evil cause it? He chose wrong over right.
        evil itself is what needs revealed and destroyed. We believe muslims when they tell us they will lie to us. After this election we just suffered through do we also see the liars and those who embelish the truth to their own gain?
        By the way, i served in the navy with a man who said he was of muslim faith. He quite possibly still is, i have no idea.1980’s
        Point is, as long as a man is breathing he still has a choice and chance at repentance towards everlasting life,( to be raised from the dead.)
        Throughout history people have used and misused the Bible to their advantage also, waving the flag of christianity in front of them. is this not also evil?
        i have noticed a good sign lately. Men who see the wrong in (groups) 3%ers etc. give warnings and step away. There is a lot to be said for being set-apart.

        • Tom Angle says:

          Not passing judgment on anyone, but there are those that are beyound saving.

          Romans 1:28

          28 And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient;

          “Throughout history people have used and misused the Bible to their advantage also, waving the flag of christianity in front of them. is this not also evil?”

          Are you saying there are men that misuse the quran? If so, the book is of Satan and it is a mute point.

          Just out of curiousity, why do you seem almost stand up for muslims?

  3. LT says:

    Dear Philip,

    Thank you. I must agree with 90% of what you so plainly state. As to the remainder, am I really inciting violence? Or am I admitting that violence is now inevitable? Does this piece not embody the same pivot point upon which I composed “A Time to Kill”? And was that also incitement in your mind? Or are they both strong rhetoric, purposed to dislodge those minds captive in the pit of ponderance which they themselves have dug?

    I use the word “ponder” here with a specific purpose, and the mode of my employment is most closely associated with that of “rumination” -- to regurgitate, to chew upon or work over, again and again, inflicting upon ones self repeated contemplation, without admitting any conclusion(s).

    There are far to many intelligent men in our society, who yet suffer themselves to ruminate upon essential issues without admitting reasonable conclusions, both good and necessary to the survival of our society. And it is the purpose of my rhetoric to shake them up a bit…

    But regardless, if I have given offense, please accept my apology -- ’twas not you I was aiming to agitate…

    Warmest regards,

    LT

  4. LT says:

    David,
    Delete this if you will, but please consider --

    You said ” I also understand that indiscriminate killing is not the answer that the Bible teaches us.”
    And to this I agree, but how is it “indiscriminate” when we are distinguishing Good from Evil by both it’s nature **and** its conduct? Is that not the very essence of discrimination? --to separate things by what they are and by what they do?

    Let us be reconciled one to the other by His will -- for certainly I mean no offense which is not rooted in Truth -- and be it rooted in Truth then how can it offend?

  5. Robin says:

    Good post David and all the best with the new venue. If we are to follow a path exemplified by Christ we must understand that Christ never instructs us to harm anyone. It is my belief when we become our adversaries through adoption of their ways and tactics we only destroy ourselves in the process.

  6. norseman says:

    Gen. mad dog rules apply .be polite ,be professional , have a plan to kill everyone you meet . note not murder.

    • LT says:

      Gen. Mattis is no “mad dog” -- he is one of the most rational and reasonable men I have ever met. And he has seen so very much wretchedness around the world that he truly understands the fallen nature of man, as few others do. And yet he harbors no hate.

      Few will appreciate the profound compassion in his statement “I come in peace. I didn’t bring artillery. But I’m pleading with you, with tears in my eyes: If you f— with me, I’ll kill you all.” -- But I would have you understand that which he knows -- as every combat soldier does -- that artillery is an indiscriminate killer. Incoming shells have neither conscience nor will -- killing everything in their path -- both good and evil, man, woman, children, and beasts.

      And to understand that, as a general, to give up a “force multiplier” such as artillery; to put his own men at far greater risk, in order to minimize civilian casualties and the so-called “collateral damage” which artillery causes; to protect the helpless in that war zone -- it was then, and still remains, an unprecedented act of compassion, for which I have the utmost respect.

      It is only in that knowledge and compassion that I can *Absolutely* agree with General Mattis -- “Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.”

  7. watcher says:

    Shalom David and LT

    Discernment is indeed required. Pray for it. For today’s christian and rabbinical interpretations of YHVH’s Laws and the modern misinterpretations and dictates written by religious men who call themselves “good” have given us nothing but “religious dogma” that has most of mankind very confused.
    Pray for clarity of HIS Torah LAWS, and differentiate them from mans laws.
    You’ll then know what to do.

    Isaiah 5:20-30

    20Woe unto them that call evil good,
    And good evil;
    That change darkness into light,
    And light into darkness;
    That change bitter into sweet,
    And sweet into bitter!

    21Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes,
    And prudent in their own sight!

    22Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine,
    And men of strength to mingle strong drink;
    23That justify the wicked for a reward,
    And take away the righteousness of the righteous from him!
    24Therefore as the tongue of fire devoureth the stubble,
    And as the chaff is consumed in the flame,
    So their root shall be as rottenness,
    And their blossom shall go up as dust;
    Because they have rejected the law of the LORD of hosts,
    And contemned the word of the Holy One of Israel.

    25Therefore is the anger of the LORD kindled against His people,
    And He hath stretched forth His hand against them, and hath smitten them,
    And the hills did tremble,
    And their carcasses were as refuse in the midst of the streets.
    For all this His anger is not turned away,
    But His hand is stretched out still.

    26And He will lift up an ensign to the nations from far,
    And will hiss unto them from the end of the earth;
    And, behold, they shall come with speed swiftly;
    27None shall be weary nor stumble among them;
    None shall slumber nor sleep;
    Neither shall the girdle of their loins be loosed,
    Nor the latchet of their shoes be broken;
    28Whose arrows are sharp,
    And all their bows bent; Their horses’ hoofs shall be counted like flint,
    And their wheels like a whirlwind;
    29Their roaring shall be like a lion,
    They shall roar like young lions, yea, they shall roar,
    And lay hold of the prey, and carry it away safe,
    And there shall be none to deliver.
    30And they shall roar against them in that day
    Like the roaring of the sea;
    And if one look unto the land,
    Behold darkness and distress,
    And the light is darkened in the skies thereof.

    L’chaim

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