There aren’t many movies made by Jew run Hollywood that provide decent entertainment, let alone a lesson to learn with relatively righteous, true Christian connotations. But the Western movie Purgatory certainly fits that category, even if it has a profoundly judaized, Old Testament slant on the purpose of the trial of life and where we go after death, as either the just or the unjust.
The theme of the movie is built around the maxim: “The Creator may be tough, but He ain’t blind”; and it’s centered on a town called Refuge, where sinners ostensibly pay for their sins, like the fiction of refuge Roman Catholics superstitiously believe purgatory is for them if they don’t get it all right first time around.
Some of the evil outlaws, like Blackjack Britton, with his white (i.e., British) Anglo-Saxon overtones, don’t get the chance of paying back in purgatory, and plunge straight into hell in the movie; and those who “pass the test” in Refuge, even after taking life in defense of the right, leave the scene in a stage coach at the end.
The obviously pro-Jewish directors of the movie were also careful to figure famous gunslingers, like Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Doc Holiday, and the likes, as judaized heroes in the service of the right; and with Wild Bill Hickok, bearing the six-pointed sheriff’s star, pre-eminent among them, as an old West Superman of sorts.
The story starts with the evil white Gentile stereotype, Blackjack Britton leading a bunch of outlaws in a bank hold-up; and riding away with the loot with a posse in hot pursuit, after a shoot out with US army soldiers and the local law enforcers.
Most of the outlaws escape, along with a rookie outlaw named Sonny, a nephew of Blackjack’s right-hand man. Sonny is well-read in the dime novels of the day, and has knowledge of the famous people of the Old West, who are no longer alive.
The outlaws eventually elude the posse and arrive in a peaceful, righteous town called Refuge. But strange things are happening in the town of Refuge, especially in terms of apparent Divine retribution; but the base outlaws only see them as mere happenchance. Except for Sonny, that is, who’s able to see something supernormal in them, and reconcile some of the leading people of the town with the dead Old West heroes in his collection of dime novels.
In fact Sonny becomes so intrigued with the people in Refuge that he ends up discovering the truth about their earlier demise and mysterious purpose of doing penance “in the after life” in the town. He also ultimately even ends up joining them, after being shot to death “without harm”; and is promised a seat on a stagecoach that Wild Bill Hickok and his buddies take to the heavenly “Promised Land”, after a heroic shoot-out with Blackjack and his outlaws at the end. Just as the religious Jews generally believe they’ll somehow ascend to heaven after death and resurrection, like the prophet Elijah, in something resembling the chariot of Jehovah.
Now we all know the Jews killed Jesus Christ. But did you know that the Lord himself, who died for our sins, is the real “City of Refuge“, for every Jew and Gentile blood-guilty of the death of the Son of God and on the run from God for the crime of the Crucifixion?
In the Bible, the “cities of refuge“ were towns in the ancient kingdoms of Israel and Judah, to which the manslayer could flee and find refuge from righteous retribution; if he slew a man inadvertently or without premeditating his death. To be found outside of those cities by “the avenger of blood”, was certain death for all and sundry; just as it’s a certain second death in hell and the lake of fire for all who die outside of Christ, after exiting this life without coming into the good of the blood of his cross.
The hypocritical supremacist Jews generally think they’ve been somehow safe from God’s Judgement, since they killed his Son Jesus, because they’re ostensibly the chosen of God, as ostensibly all of the pedigree of the Hebrew patriarch Abraham. But the truth is, of course, that the apostate Jews have had no legitimate priesthood, no altar, and no acceptable sacrifice for sins, since God destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple, and scattered the Jews among their Gentile enemies, for the crime of the Crucifixion, in the first century.
Watch the movie and ask yourself again: are you really safe from God’s wrath because of your “famous pedigree”, as either a Jew of Abraham or a white Anglo-Saxon who thinks he’s saved by race, and not by God’s grace and faith in Jesus Christ alone; and because you’ve ostensibly served the right here in “Refuge”.
Stop and think about it. Just what side of the sheriff’s “six pointed star” of God’s Old Testament law enforcement, in the Purgatory movie, are you really on in this life, if you’ve already broken God’s ten commandments and defiled your conscience?
Yes, that means you too, boy!