A preface comments on original sin and its interpretation in the Bible. It notes its apparent injustice and opposition among men. The gist of the essay is laid out. Chapter 1 recapitulates the derivation of original sin from biblical sources. Chapter 2 notes that we only become strong by healing our own and society's weaknesses and infirmities. It notes that truth is under attack, the truth of self-healing, leading to nonsense speculation about extraterrestrials saving us, and pointing a false finger at human messiahs who are and were in fact scoundrels. Who knows what Jesus is up to? Chapter 3 discusses how corruption of philosophy by Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, and Nietzsche wreaked havoc upon the German people, and is indicative of the same elsewhere in the world. Chapter 4 notes the connection between the nations and the force of original sin, observing that the destruction of the one is the best course for the destruction of the other, being sure not to replace the nations with the one world nation of Whore Babylon.