Scale Models and Military Miniatures

My Dad was in the habit of buying small scale models and putting them away. I guess when I was around 10 years old, I was doing easy car models. At least a few. I remember always wanting a Gundam Armor model but my parents always had a reason for me not to go for it. I guess from about 12-14 years of age, my brother and I were into World War II model kits, pewter fantasy miniatures and Warhammer minatures.

I was looking through the stuff I had built and painted back then and I found that I had 6 completed sets of Wehrmacht Armor. None of the stuff was fancy, none of it all that large.

My Dad and I have been going to a “Military Miniature Show” for the last two years at a Rec center. I haven’t had any desire to build models but I did but two pieces of German Armor.

King Tiger IV

 

The pieces I bought are relatively low cost. The first year I bought a plastic King Tiger IV, the year after, I bought a loose, metal and I think plastic German Tank Destroyer.

Anti-Tank

The big company everybody at the shows is King and Country. They are heavy metal figures that come fully painted. For a basic 2-2 1/2″ figure, it costs around $50. While that company sells a slew of products from very old wars up to at least WWII, for what it is is not worth it to me. The armor that the company makes could easily be $250-300 for a small tank.

King and Country has huge selection of Third Reich Miniatures. What they do though is make all the key players of the Reich look ghoulish and evil. A Balcony Piece with three High Ranking Nazi Brass was I think about $300 too and that was with “the discount.” Long story short, while that stuff looks interesting, it’s mostly overpriced junk.

King And Country

I still have a German Anti-Aircraft Tank model to put together. I hope to get around to doing so at some point this year. Putting models together is the easy part, the hard part is painting. Below is a picture of a talented paint job:

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If you ever think about getting into this stuff, the model kits are the way to go. Forces of Valor pre-made pieces aren’t a bad second choice.

The Quick Solution to Richard Spencer’s Challenge by a Christian at Auburn

Galatians 3:27-29King James Version (KJV)

27 For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ.

28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.

29 And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise.

 

Reading the Bible and learning from it is not the easiest thing to do. Even if you were fully equipped to understand everything written in it and execute The Faith, it is still a long book. I think the biggest problems learning the Bible, and The Faith someone is going to run into are ideologies and other baggage, preconceived notions, they have picked up over the years. Even in Church most likely.

I heard from a second hand source that some student or some plant challenged Richard Spencer with some version of the above Verses. I heard Richard Spencer did not give a good answer but this is coming from an Anti-Christ, so to speak. Said source cited Spencer as saying Christianity was European.

That is an okay answer.

I have not had time to review Spencer’s Q&A Session from Auburn. I don’t know all the exact details.

As the question seems to have been a gotcha question about Christianity and Equality, you can clearly see in the Three Verses above that the qualifier of those Verses is “being in Christ.” The reward for being in Christ, is the Promise of Christ, Eternal Life.

The Verses are not stating that “All Men are Created Equal.” That is some kind of jiggered nonsense. It also does not say “be a civic nationalist” or “an Infidel Muslim or an Infidel Jew is your Brother.” It certainly does not say you have to organize your society into a multi-cult inter-racial communist utopia. That is probably actually what the Gospel is against.

Nations in the truest sense of the word have always existed and should probably always exist in the here and hereafter. Christianity is not a temporal system of life and should not be used to justify racialism either way. We should not let it be used to sway us from our objective or open the gates to our enemies.

Christianity is and was European. To the best of my knowledge it was more than that and will be more than that moving forward unless the flame is extinguished among other nations and or our own.

There are more Apostates and Heretics flapping their gums than there are upstanding men speaking on the subject. If they want to run their rackets against us while we organize ourselves to break away, so be it.