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Can We Afford Not To Fight “Judeo-Christianity”?

I really took an interest in Andrew Fraser’s The WASP Question (Arktos, 2011) which looked extensively at the group evolution of Anglo-Saxons and their currently anti-White pathology/ideology, in a way that reminded me a lot of Professor Kevin MacDonald’s work on Jews (see Culture of Critique and A People That Shall Dwell Alone). It attempts to pin-point some of the core problems we face today in terms of an evolutionary approach, and it is only natural that I was a little skeptical when a friend who knew Andrew Fraser sent me an advance copy of a new book he had written on Christian theology. These two subjects, at least at their face, have little to do with each other. But Dissident Dispatches: An Alt-Right Guide to Christian Theology (Arktos, 2017) turned out to be much more than I thought it would be, and I see now how Christianity itself can be analyzed effectively through an evolutionary approach.

Dissident Dispatches is the product of Andrew Fraser’s, a respected professor of law who was run out of academia for expressing pro-White views, decision to attend divinity school at a contemporary, suburban, school of theology. What he uncovers, and what we should suspect but may not realize, is that Christian theology in the liberal West isn’t about the things we might imagine, like when everyone is going to get ‘Raptured’, why you should ‘save yourself’ until marriage, or even getting to heaven. It is literally about a systematic moral justification for more Middle Eastern wars, adopting children from Africa, deconstruction of white privilege / male privilege, and turning the First World countries into Third Would countries thorough a self-destructive form of altruism and endless immigration. What is really interesting about Andrew Fraser’s book is how he fights back, by expertly deconstructing just how Christian teachings have been twisted, turned, and weaponized against the interest of White European peoples. We know that Cultural-Marxism has marched through and conquered all of our institutions, the state, media, and academia, but Dissident Dispatches gets into just how this was done in another historically important Western institution, the ‘church’. Particularly interesting is how a group of not really all that good German theologians who stood publicly against the Nazis during World War II were turned by the Western media and elite into the leading lights of Christian theology in the years after the war. By the time I was done with the book, it was fairly clear that what had actually happened was the meaning of Christian ‘orthodoxy’ (that is the ‘right’ or true faith) had simply been redefined during that period without resistance, turning Christian theology inside out and upside down. Andrew Fraser easily disarms the Cultural-Marxism / Globalism of his post-Christian professors by calling them out for what they are and using a historical approach (Andrew Fraser also taught history as well as law). After all, everyone knows that European Christians were the most “racist’, “sexist”, “homophobic”, “xenophobic” people to ever walk the earth. This leads into the serious question, if Andrew Fraser makes such easy work of restoring Christianity to something that is pro-White by simply embracing the anti-Christian liberal understanding of it, rather than the redeemed ‘conservative’ (i.e. cuckservative) one, are we losing what should be an easy fight because we simply aren’t showing up for the battle?

Is Christianity already sufficiently disconnected enough from the culture of our people, and dying fast enough, that we can afford not to fight back against the Cultural-Marxism and anti-White propaganda in the Christian churches? I saw a very good answer to that question in a comments section by Weev, who I had heard was a pagan, he asked ‘What would Odin do?’ (i.e. to save our people here and now). Any sensible person can see that there is only one answer. We are in the opening acts of the battle to save Western Civilization, and there is simply no way Western people are going to convert to paganism in any large numbers at this time. 4 in 5 White Evangelicals voted for Donald Trump, but while Red State Christians were busy hailing Trump’s victory along with the Alt-Right, their leaders were playing professional cuckolds for the Democratic Party. Last month the liberal media went crazy when Southern Baptist Convention President Russell Moore, like some Evangelical Pope, led the charge as his denomination formally condemned the ‘alt-right’ (as ‘white nationalism’ / ‘white supremacy’, of course) at their 2017 Annual Meeting. They went even further in the tabloids they controlled, calling out Richard Spencer, Vox Day, and others. There is obviously a very significant difference right now between the opinion of your average White Evangelical and those of their leaders.

What we get from Dissident Dispatches is a clear picture of how Christianity has decreasingly served as a share in the group evolutionary strategy of our own people, and at the same time, increasingly so in that of (((another people))). It also provides a rather sophisticated approach to reversing that state of things. Ultimately, we only have two choices, we can either let our enemies define the relationship that will exist between Christianity and the Alt-Right, or we can exert the will to define the future of that relationship ourselves.

Submitted by Michael Lord

  • Joseph Curwen

    The Fuehrer said (I’m paraphrasing) that Nationalsocialism is a brotherhood of blood, not of faith; that we are political soldiers and not religious reformers and that we are fighting for the survival of our race, not for the supremacy of X or Y religious doctrine.

    Remember the 14 Words: We Must Secure The Existence of Our People and A Future for White Children. Discussion about how many angels or Valkyries can dance on the head of a pin is useless and counterproductive.

    • Jarod

      Does that apply if a White guy converts to Islam? Is he still your brother? Where is the line drawn?

      • Someone

        An Islamist with pasty skin is not my brother.

      • Rascal

        Islam does not advocate for the continuation of Europeans, so obviously not. Being political soldiers means that skin is a ticket in, but it isn’t enough.

      • Crud Bonemeal

        If a guy is both a National Socialist and a Muslim convert, run away fast because he might also be an FBI informant or a crazy person

        In some countries over in Europe, normal people are both white and Muslim. And from what I hear, not all of them are Albanian tier

        So that’s where the question gets interesting.

        • Someone

          Wasn’t there a case recently where a man and his roommates/friends were NatSoc and he converted to Islam and then attacked (maybe killed) his roommates?

          The problem with giving even “normal people who are both white and Muslim” space is that one is giving Islam space. Islam is simply not something that should ever be given space.

          I really question the sanity of white people who convert to Islam. The famous British musician, Cat Stevens, converted to Islam and renamed himself Yusuf Islam. He is now on record saying things that are fundamentally just as dangerous to Western Civilization as Islamic terrorism. Islam poisons the well.

          I’d be fine with white Islamists converting away from it and assimilating into (renewed) Western culture again. That neutralizes the threat.

          • Crud Bonemeal

            Yes, there was a crazy NatSoc who converted to Islam and murdered two atomwaffen members

            I would regard conversion to Islam as a sign of mental instability and run away

            I’m just not willing to start writing up religious policy for the Balkans, given that I know very little about it.

            Obv we probably don’t want Muslim immigrants from the Balkans coming to the US

      • Joseph Curwen

        Good question. In my personal opinion there are religions who are more ‘compatible’ with our fight than others; and clearly Islam is not one of them.

        • Someone

          Islam is a great religion if you want to regress technologically and intellectually and stay there for centuries. It would be catastrophic for White people and White civilization. I do not trust Islamists at all.

        • Clark Kent

          What Islam has going for it is that it doesn’t pretend to be above violence.
          Islam is a barbarian’s religion, which is why they are so effective at invasion.

    • Johnny Fascismo
      • Joseph Curwen

        I don’t know if that quote is accurate. In MK he spent more than 3 pages explaining how religious wars (especially the 30 Years War) are counterproductive for the Race and the People.

        The closest you get for an explicit christian declaration is the NSDAP Program, where they say that they favors ‘positive Christianity’ whatever that means.

        • Rascal

          You can be a Christian while at the same time thinking that the sectarian wars of the past were a stupid waste of resources, and counter productive. Christian infighting only makes our enemies stronger imo, just like WN infighting does.

        • Johnny Fascismo

          True. There might have been political reasons for the quote. So as to not alienate vast portions of the German population before obtaining power.

        • Paulie Boy

          It is accurate. Read Mein Kampf.

          • Terry Mahoney

            From my interpretation of National Socialist ideology, it rejects Christianity and focusses on friedrich nietzsche theory of the Übermensch. You cannot be Christian and an Übermensch. The Übermensch rejects religious morale values.

          • Johnny Fascismo

            Not everyone can be an Ubermensch. Christianity for the masses. Nietzsche for those who are capable/worthy. I think this is where Hitler was coming from tbh. He knew that Christianity was important to Germans, and was necessary as an antidote to Weimar degeneracy, though I don’t think he was a practicing Christian himself.

          • Clark Kent

            I have the same interpretation.
            He wasn’t just going to completely shit on the religious convictions of the German people like it meant nothing. Christianity was part of the common identity of Germans, and it would not only be impossible, but also disrespectful, to expect them to just disregard their own history and worldview in the midst of a horrific world war.
            Hitler was clearly an intelligent man, I’m sure his personal religious ideas were unique and complex.

          • Joseph Curwen

            Precisely. I know my MK and the line “we are a christian movement” is nowhere to be found. Check out Part II chapter X, where he talks about religion.

      • Sunwheel Knight

        Read “Table Talk” for the Fuhrer’s thoughts on Christianity.

  • Evolver1

    Christianity is Jewish. The parables and sayings attributed to Jesus have their mirror images in Jewish teachings. It is not a religion for Whites who want to remain White.

    • Ken31

      There are no commonalities between Christianity and Judaeism, save some common mythology that is not central to either.

    • Billy Brown

      subverted and even maybe originally but I wouldn’t go there. just say wtf are you bringing religion into this if they do

    • Virtue Signaler

      Chritianity is a total overhaul of Judaism and no Jew would ever consider themselves even close to a Christian.

    • Bigguy4u

      No Judaism is about the state. The state of Israel and how to better the state. Christians learned it wasn’t all about the state and more about the individual and how to better the indivdual and how to live better lives as a human. This is why these ideologies are competiting not a sequel of one another. Remember that religion is some of the original complex political thoughts of the time and not some fiction book like Harry Potter.

    • Triuwida

      Jesus spent His entire ministry in opposition to the Jews and condemned them and their teachings in the harshest possible terms.

      What you’re saying reminds me of those say “antifa are the real Nazis.” No, ideological opposites are not the same. They are the opposite of being the same.

  • Robert Slanton

    “There is obviously a very significant difference right now between the
    opinion of your average White Evangelical and those of their leaders.”

    Whenever I hear some conservative whining about how their leaders don’t represent them, I want to punch them in the face.

    They ALLOW themselves to be placed in that position. They should have know who their leaders were decades ago, and taken steps to replace them; they never do.

    In politics, they re-elect the same people decade after decade, then after ever election whine “We was betrayed!!”

    They aren’t being betrayed, conservatives just don’t give a shit.

    • Albionic American

      You see that in the Republicans’ failure to do something intelligent about Obamacare. They’ve complained about it for years, so you’d think their leaders in Congress would have strategized and drafted legislation well in advance to repeal, replace or reform it, including getting all the side deals nailed down that you have to make to get the votes all lined up. Look at what has happened instead. These people just don’t seem that competent at planning ahead for the things they want, which makes me worry about how they’ll react to the crises they didn’t anticipate.

      • Robert Slanton

        The Republican party never wanted to repeal Obamacare, and had no intention of ever doing so.

        The conservative rube voters were just too easy to fool.

  • Robert Slanton

    “What we get from Dissident Dispatches is a clear picture of how
    Christianity has decreasingly served as a share in the group
    evolutionary strategy of our own people, and at the same time,
    increasingly so in that of (((another people))).”

    This surprises you, how?

    For a belief system that rejects evolution, it is to be expected.

  • Cody Bussard

    I think Christianity has been inverted as well. Christians used to be very Anti-Semitic as the Democrats say, but now they aren’t. The term “Judeo-Christianity” has become increasingly common. Neo-Christianity is really (((Christianity))) in the sense that it hurts Christians as it helps everyone else. The Christian church worried so much about expanding that it let its core rot. Similar to Rome, Christianity seems to be dying as a result of expansion . Sure, it is an outside religion to Europe, but we can not refind our ancestors Gods in America. If all of Europe becomes pagan in response to Islam, I fear America will turn against Europe in another brother war that will end will whites being eradicated.

    • Clark Kent

      It’s a long essay but Martin Luther himself, who rejected the Catholic church outright, was absolutely red-pilled on the JQ. Check out his “On the Jews and their Lies”
      http://vho.org/aaargh/fran/livres9/Luthereng.pdf

      It’s really only now in the 20th/21st century West that the Jews are thought of as victims of history who are beyond any reproach or scrutiny.

      • Better Dead Than Red

        Since 1945, my friend. Since we lost the war against materialism.

        • Japheth

          Exactly, prior to the war the theory of supersessionism was widespread all through out Christendom. Jews were no longer considered the chosen people as they forfeited that privilege once they killed and rejected Christ.

          I cringe everytime I hear contemporary Christians utter the dreadful term “Judeo-Christian”. How can one be so blind within the religion of Jesus Christ? How can they continue to worship both Christ and Christ’s killers? When will the Christ cucking end?

          • Better Dead Than Red

            Lack of education. Sorry, manipulation of the education system.

          • Triuwida

            Jews were NEVER the chosen people in the Bible. Those were the Israelites, not the Jews.

            Jews and Israelites are always described as different groups in the Bible, not sure why anyone thinks different. And then you have to consider a lot of bad translations in the KJV and subsequent edition, the word “Jew” is used in place of Judah, Judean and Judahite which are all basically wrong.

            Of course, Jews have worked hard to put this idea out there, that they are the chosen ones and Christians should worship them and not Christ. Jews know, most people won’t be bothered to do a lot of independent Bible study lol.

          • Clark Kent

            I didn’t know this…
            What is an example from Scripture that shows this?

          • Triuwida

            Where does it say they are the same? lol

            Note that the Jews are ALWAYS described as a separate group from Jesus. He “would not walk in Judea, for fear of the Jews.” Are we supposed to believe the man that willing to die for our sins was afraid of Himself?

            The Israelites were a genetic line, an extended family. Otoh, from the beginning of their appearance in the Bible, Jews are described as something others not born a Jew could become. Esther 8:17. That is completely incompatible with the idea that a Jew means an Israelite.

            Jews are always described separate fron Israelites. Keep your eyes open and you’ll see it everywhere throughout the NT.

            You should also know that the KJV and most later editions of the Bible are full of mistranslations. Basically they substitute the name “Jew” for 1) Judahite (ethnic description of an Israelite of the tribe of Judah) 2) Judean (national description for anyone living in Judea) and 3) Judah. And then took out the books that detail the Edomite takeover of Judea while the Israelite were in captivity in the dungeons of Babylon. How’s that for chutzpah? lol

            Jesus said that they did descend from Abraham, but Abraham was not their father. Rather they were of the devil, not God (John Chapter 8). All of which implied the Edomite heritage of the Pharasees.

            He even accused them of murdering all the prophets as well as righteous Able (Book of Matthew). Again, pointing out that the Jews are not Israelites but rather Edomites of the line of Cain.

            And His name for them was the “Synagogue of Satan” (Rev 2:9, Rev 3:9).

            Etc etc etc.

            The writings of Bertrand Comparet are a great source for information on all this, and good luck to you with your studies.

          • Clark Kent

            Thanks for this post.
            I haven’t read the Bible in full yet, but I’ve been talking to different posters about nationalism in Scripture and other ideas related to our predicament. When I get around to reading it I’ll be keeping an eye on stuff like this so thanks.

          • Anime Nazi Troll 3000

            I’ve used it as a stand-in to refer to Christianity and those parts of Judaism that are included in the Bible (the non-degenerate parts) when speaking to normies. Though it’s a loaded and vague term, it helps to acknowledge Christianity and previous OT “Judaism”, whereunder there was a group of “Jews” who represented upstanding people (quotes represent colloquial definitions). It’s complicated, but it helps to smooth discussions among various groups of Christians.

            If Jews actually believed or acted in accordance with their Torahnic law, we in the Alt-Right would likely not have to be so counter-Semitic, as that law is very insular, nationalist, and anti-degeneracy. The Zionist Jewish ethnic supremacists, however, are expansive, anti-White, genocidal maniacs bent on conquest and corruption, which necessitates our counter-Semitism.

        • Martin Luthers last sermon before he died was ranting about how vile and evil the jews are, he was correct the jews are “The Synagogue of Satan”
          John Calvin
          St Augustine
          John Chrysostom
          All believed the same.
          Meant that response for Clark Kent sorry about that BDTR.

      • Martin Luthers last sermon before he died was ranting about how vile and
        evil the jews are, he was correct the jews are “The Synagogue of Satan”
        John Calvin
        St Augustine
        John Chrysostom
        All believed the same..

    • When the Antichrist returns he will united all religions, except the true believers in Christ who are not cucked by what is going on in Churches today. But the strategy is to unite us all together has already started.
      Think about these terms:
      Judeo-Christian
      Chrislam aka Christian-Islam
      Jewbu aka Jew-Buhdist
      Except for Christianity these other religions believe in a oneness doctrine or one God.
      Christians have the Trinity, the Father,Son and Holy Ghost, this is difficult to explain to non Christians so to keep to my point i will not bother.
      This oneness doctrine is being taught in many Christian churches now as well and this will help Anti-Christ to bring all the gullible together when he arrives.

    • Benny Ehud

      Christians used to be Jews.

  • Alt-Right Personal Ads

    Whites who can’t seem to quit Judeocucktianity could always make up their own religion. Look at Mormonism, an absurd belief system totally made up by Joseph Smith close to 200 years ago that now has something like 15 million followers. Their coffers may not rival the Vatican’s, at least not yet, but all that tithing has added up and they build gargantuan, ugly-ass expensive temples all over the place.

    Would it be so hard for someone to just make up a new version of Christianity where Jesus is a Greek whose parents were Zeus worshippers? Excise all the Jew garbage and recast every role with Greeks and assorted pagans from the same general area. Jesus probably didn’t even exist, what does it matter what religion he was? It’s like arguing over Mrs. Claus’s cup size.

    • Albionic American

      We could also repurpose Christians’ often dumb apologetics, like using their strategy to defend the classical Hippocratic Oath: If Apollo and the other Greek gods don’t exist, then how can physicians have any basis for morality?

      Or: If the Nereids don’t exist, then how can the lives of sailors who drown at sea have any meaning?

      Or: If Zeus doesn’t exist, then who throws the lightning bolts when it storms?

      Because the Christian versions of these apologetic questions make about as much sense.

    • Albionic American

      You can tell that Mormonism arose in early modernity because it assumes early modern astronomy, hence the Mormons’ weird doctrine about a planet called Kolob, which sounds like something from science fiction. “He who controls Kolob, controls the universe!”

      http://religionnerd.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Mormon-christus-at-salt-lake1.jpg

      • Alt-Right Personal Ads

        It’s astounding that he got so many people to go along with this, people who were already practicing more plausible religions.

        • Albionic American

          Mormonism, along with other American cults in the 19th Century like Seventh-Day Adventism, Christian Science and the Oneida Community, originated in and drew its first converts from the traditionally Puritan culture of New England and adjacent states with Puritan-descended populations. These new religious movements apparently tried to recreate the fervor that led Britain’s religious obsessives to migrate to New England in the 17th Century in the first place.

    • Ike35

      “Mrs. Claus’s cup size.” LOL! They gotta be Double D.

    • Bigguy4u

      The thing about Mormonism is I’m sure most of those 15 million people don’t take everything seriously. It’s more about identity and community. I can see why people would become Mormon it’s a very tight knit community that has each other’s back and work together to better other mormons. They were prosecuted and this only made them stronger. This is very similar to the modern alt-right identitarian movement.

    • illkhan

      The Greek myths are full of the worst degeneracy imaginable, they’re riddled with incest and faggotry and petty, niggerish behaviour from the “gods”. Not exactly what I would consider a good example. The Norse and Egyptian pantheons are no better, both also filled with degeneracy and petty, asshole gods.

      Normies need a sky daddy to stop them from acting like savages and the “Jew on a stick” is our best bet for that. It’s not going to work if you insert a bunch of degenerate ass pagan shit about fucking animals and drunken orgies.

      • Ike35

        Sounds like the old testament.

        • illkhan

          Except that was PEOPLE acting like niggers, not God. You can make the case for the God of the Old Testament being an asshole but He never engaged in degeneracy. In fact He was notorious for punishing it harshly. Does nuking Sodom and Gomorrah ring a bell?

      • A hymn to Hermes

        The Gods in Greek mythology weren’t meant to be examples for mortals to follow. That wasn’t how their religion worked. Quite the opposite.

        • illkhan

          I minored in Classics bro, you’re not telling me anything I don’t know. A black-pilled religion that tells you everything is shit, everyone is a scumbag and the gods are against us is the last fucking thing we need right now.

          We need hope, not more black pills.

  • Ajudeo

    This helps me Feel more Christian….

    ……..towards Other Human Beings……..

  • John Luney

    Let me know when you figure out that we have a jew problem more than a Christian problem. Judeo-Christianity is an oxymoron. Not all Christians are zio-christians and do not believe that it is our duty to facilitate judaic messianic prophecy or not resist it.

    • Rascal

      This depends on where you live. I find it completely understandable that some European Christians scoff at the apparent “anti Christian” bend of American Alt Righters, but the bottom line, in America, Christian organizations worship Jews, not Christ, or God.

    • Bigguy4u

      Not everything is always about the Jews. There is no denying the fact that certain white Christians proliferate anti-white ideals because Jesus said be nice to strangers and treat foreigners as you would your own people and stuff like that. If you think Jews are the main problem that’s fine, but there are still micro problems that we can talk about amongst white people.

    • Well said John, we are not all zio-christians and Pastor Steve Anderson a Fundamental Baptist is living proof that some Christian are well aware of the jewish problem. Historically Christians were antisemetic it was only about 200 years ago that Christians started getting fed jewish lies that led them to believe they are Gods chosen people. A man called C.I.Scofield change all that with his Scofield Reference Bible. Pastors have been using verses out of it for a long time now and it is very pro zionist.. I will leave 3 video links, two are very short about 7 minutes with Steve Anderson but again it goes over why jews are not the chosen people and if this interest you, i would recommend The video called “Marching to Zion” produced by Steve Anderson and gives a lot of info of the jews and scofield.

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      Marching to Zion:

  • Christopher Heydrick

    Positive Christianity

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  • mike5586

    I don’t think so, at least not at the moment. For one simple reason.

    Religion is tied to fertility. Period. No ifs, ands or buts. White right wingers have more children than leftists, but those right wingers largely do so because of RELIGION.

    If you can find a way to break that, I’d support a movement to replace the church with something we could guarantee would never betray the white race again. Until then, less replacing Christianity, more replacing traitorous pastors and priests.

    From the older white “normies” I’ve talked to, even if they agree with -everything- I say about race implicitly or explicitly, the second you mention atheism or disregard God you’re worth less than the filth that they’ve scraped off their shoes.

    • Better Dead Than Red

      “Until then, less replacing Christianity, more replacing traitorous pastors and priests.”
      Spot on. Let’s not destroy something that it is still partially useful.

    • Albionic American

      I’ve noticed that it makes secular progressives who claim they love Charles Darwin uncomfortable when I remind them that Darwin married his cousin around the time they both turned 30; yet despite their late start, they had ten children, and seven of them survived to adulthood.

      I have also never come across anything to indicate that Charles had any premarital sexual experience, so just imagine what today’s degenerates would say about a 30-year-old male virgin who married a virginal woman around the same age (preferably not his cousin, for eugenic reasons), then they had a large family like the Darwins’. If people like the New Atheists admire Charles Darwin so much, why don’t they advocate following his example of premarital chastity and a stable and fertile marriage?

      • Ronald Blake

        The “New Atheists” were decidedly homo-friendly. Dawkins cheerfully encouraged atheists to follow the example set by pervs, who adopted the term “gay”, which Dawkins considered to be a representation of fun and light-heartedness…He followed this by encouraging atheists to call themselves “Brights”, which irritated another New Atheist, Christopher Hitchens. Hitchens once excoriated the Church for suggesting that his friend, the stomach-churning Stephen Fry, would burn for his butt-piracy. Hitchens, according to Fry, had engaged in homo activity while a student at Oxford.

    • Kevin Alfred Strom

      That’s why you shouldn’t push atheism; you should promote a better faith. In our case, it has to be a new faith. Bernard Shaw, no Christian he, explained why religion is necessary and why it makes us better and stronger: http://nationalvanguard.org/2015/06/shaw-and-the-religion-of-the-future/

      • Andrew P.

        Yes, being cosmotheist is a much better alternative then simply being atheist, you get to worship trees grass and man and all that good stuff, you can start churches that are y’know, totally not like cults lol.

        • Evolver1

          Troll. What is the point of your comment except to attack someone who is pro-White?

          If you don’t have something nice to say about someone on our side, just don’t say anything.

          • Andrew P.

            Sure, I’m a troll for mocking someone who’s plead guilty to child pornography charges. Lol.

  • Jarod

    The k*ke on a pike rears his head again.

  • Ken31

    Vox Day’s greatest contribution to the alt-right is his articulation of how ridiculous the notion of Judaeo-Christian values is. Jews have less in common with Christianity than Buddhists, who share many of the same core concepts.

    Jews have no dogma concerning the heaven/hell. I agree with them that the concepts are dangerous and almost certainly wrong. But true to their nature they don’t have an answer for why it is imperative to be “Good”. Instead, they see themselves as gods. They are responsible to nobody, but sometimes each other. True Satanists if there ever existed such a movement. Just as Jesus said.

  • (((Shill)))

    What if we heard commentary on this issue from a pro-white Christian? There doesn’t seem to be many of those in the comment section…

    • Ken31

      You mean the joo creation of Churchians? We are not missing them.

    • Ike35

      I’ve never got that impression.

    • Игор

      This text is about Judeo-Christianity, which is totally different which is totally different than Christianity. So i’m pretty sure majority of Christians don’t have anything against this article.

  • Ken31

    There are far too many run-on sentences and non-standard use of commas for this article to be readable. I like to spend my energy on comprehension, not translation.

  • Kari Lentz

    Don’t forget most American churches are trying to replace the King James Bible with one of the new versions, especially the New International Version. The real reason is because from the professional Christians point of view the KJV was developed by patriarchal white English men, which to them is unacceptable to the cultural Marxist agenda. This is significant because the KJV has significant scriptural support for an earth that is not original, but rather has been regenerated, and so is far older than 6,000 years. The verses do not read the same way in the more modern versions in support of this.
    It is no coincidence, so called American Establishment Christians absolutely despised the late, great Peter Ruckman who uncompromisingly maintained that the King James Bible is the only true word of God and that all the other translations are frauds. Ruckman, who was hated by both the SJW crowd and the mainstream Christian establishment for his KJV only beliefs was one of the very few pastors worth listening to. R.I.P.

    • Albionic American

      I can think of a simpler explanation for replacing the KJV: Even many white Americans these days lack the literacy and attention span to understand that version’s difficult and archaic English.

      • Crud Bonemeal

        They are putting hideous gender neutral language in a lot of the new bible translations now though

      • Kari Lentz

        The language issues provide an extremely convenient excuse for everything else and there is a very rich irony to it all. Anybody into Christianity can appreciate that the Bible must be ready s-l-o-w-l-y, only a few verses at a time because a single verse can have astoundingly deep meaning. The Bible has not ever been intended to be prose readable from cover to cover. Logically, this should put the language into the true but irrelevant category. Yet, it is one of the leading talking points, even among so called Christians.

  • Chris

    I am a pro-white Catholic Christian. It is true that Christianity is a “universalist” religion in the sense that it supercedes race, but it is also true that within this context white people play a special role and have a special responsibility in the world. I know that can be perverted for leftist purposes in form, but even in the present it rolls out as a racist charitableness where whites civilize lesser races through Christian missions abroad. The universalist aspect of Christianity has been greatly practiced as a missionary practice in other countries, not by bringing foreigners into white countries.

    That is what I wanted to say with respect to the universalism of Christianity. What I want to say with respect to the white people’s religion is effectively what was said in the article: Christianity *is* the white people’s indigenous religion. I’m tired so I’ll just end off with the following: literally the only way for a Jew to stop being considered a Jew by other Jews is not atheism, buddhism, sinning, or anything else. The only way a Jew can be cast out by other Jews is by converting to Christianity.

    • Benny Ehud

      But Jews were the first Christians. Has that slipped past you?

      • Chris

        Certainly not, today’s Jews are the self-selected few who refused Jesus.

        • Benny Ehud

          That doesn’t change the fact that the first Christians were Jews. The first followers of Jesus were Jews.

          • Chris

            Maybe I missed your point, what are you getting at?

          • Benny Ehud

            “Christianity *is* the white people’s indigenous religion.”

            How is that so when the first Christians were Jews who lived in the Middle East? How is that the indigenous religion of whites? That makes no sense. Individuals of European decent were pagans. Christianity is no more indigenous to whites than it is to Ethiopians Actually, Ethiopians had it first.

  • Paulie Boy

    We White Nationalists have, in less than 2 weeks, a rally to unite our movement and some of us can’t cease and desist from attacking the religion of most, if not most a significant number, of our movement. Those of you that are fomenting this infighting, do you not realize the insanity of what you are doing?

    • Bigguy4u

      A lot of people in the altright come from the original atheist skeptic community I know I certainly did. It’s just a logical progression to question religion and then to question diversity, anti-white racism, etc. now I think deeper and understand the importance of religion in our society and among white people, but I think I lot of people still can’t get passed the “fairy tale” part of Christianity.

      • Clark Kent

        So many “skeptic intellectuals” wear their atheism as some kind of badge of honour, as if they’re the first person in history to question the existence of God. What these nerds fail to realize is that religion has functioned as an ordering force in society, and offered some comfort amidst the confused and seemingly meaningless suffering of life. Not everything can be deduced by pure reason.

        And what has the secular modern world offered in exchange? In 2017 people are surgically removing their genitals because they can’t figure out what gender they are and this is supposed to be considered perfectly normal.

    • Evolver1

      Good point. Personally I try to not criticize anything or anyone that is truly pro-White and if I don’t have something good to say, I say nothing.

      However, those who are not truly pro-White, and those that preach against or aid in harming Whites–which many, many Christian churches do–are fair game for honest criticism and should have the error of their ways pointed out.

      My test is a simple one: If you say you are a Christian and if you say you are pro-White, and if you have the chance to save 100 non-White Christians from a sinking boat or just one pro-White atheist or non-Christian or pagan, who would you save?

      Who would you save, Paulie Boy?

    • Evolver1

      My test is a simple one: If you say you are a Christian and if you say you are pro-White, and if you have the chance to save 100 non-White Christians from a sinking boat or just one pro-White atheist or non-Christian or pagan, who would you save?

      Who would you save, Paulie Boy?

      • Paulie Boy

        Read St.Paul’s epistle to the Thessolonians (sic). My duty is to my tribe.

        • Evolver1

          You mean Saul the Jew? Are you part of his tribe?

          • Evolver1

            Reply 2: No need to be coy. Just tell us. Would you rescue the 100 non-White Christians or the 1 White non-Christian (pagan, etc.)?

            Is your tribe the Christian “tribe” or the White tribe?

    • Yehudah Finkelstein

      Autism.

      • Paulie Boy

        If Christianity is philo-semitic, as you obviously believe, why do jews have such hatred for Christianity. Why is it that the only time a jew ceases being a jew is when he converts to Christianity? And, that aside, please explain to me how attacking one of the cornerstones of Western Civilization advances that cause.

        • Yehudah Finkelstein

          I agree with you, now is not the time to sperg out and attack Christianity.

  • Ike35

    Making christianity work in our favor is a task for those of us in this Thing of Ours who are believers, not for those of us who aren’t. That said I won’t stand in your way of trying to accomplish it. However, I’d like to offer alittle advice if I may. DO NOT try to reform the various christain institutions or bureaucracies because like the universities they have been completely pozzed and have to be destroyed, so start your own institutions instead. With buttfu#king male prostitutes in the Vatican going on, I think turning your back on these institutions is your best bet.

  • Myles Davidson

    Gnostic Christianity was far more Hellenic (Greek) than Jewish with Egyptian and Vedic influences there as well. Often the Old Testament was flat out rejected and the Old Testament God seen as evil. It emphasised knowledge (gnosis) over faith and strongly asserted that they were the true Christians with the ‘orthodox’ being imposters. They lost out due to the political nature of how religions form. Perhaps the current political climate will see a Gnostic resurgence.

    Jordan Peterson is currently doing a lecture series on the psychological significance of the Bible stories, starting with the Old Testament. Things will get interesting when he finally gets to the New Testament as he has a very gnostic/Jungian view of the Christ ‘myth’. I can’t help feel that should Christianity ever make a comeback, he will have a lot to do with the (re)-formation of it’s theology. Is anyone else watching this series?

  • Johnny Fascismo

    The Catholic Church is largely responsible for building Western Civilization. It is not a coincidence that as the Catholic Church declines through liberalization so to does Western Civilization. At this point I’m sympathetic to Sedevacantist arguments against Vatican II, but I am not a practicing Christian.

    On an individual level I think it’s important for people to have a spiritual foundation to which they live their lives by (be that Christian, Pagan, Buddhist, whatever) but the Catholic Church proper is not where your going to find that at this time. Protestantism is a joke. Perhaps the Eastern Orthodox sects are more legit. I don’t know too much about them.

    While I understand the argument that the Alt-Right is a racially motivated movement, not a religiously motivated one, culture and race go hand in hand, and traditionally religion (Chrstianity/Paganism) has always been an important part of European culture. I’m not sure if you can save the race, while abandoning the religion, and would what we save even be worth it… In the absence of religion Europeans seem to fill the void with Consumerism and Marxism, which are bigger enemies than Christianity as far as I’m concerned.

  • WR_the_realist

    As an agnostic, I don’t have a foot in either camp of the pagans or Christians. But I have to say that as decent as I find the followers of Asatru to be, I just couldn’t ever have a real belief in Odin, Thor, Freyja, etc.. As “archetypes” yes — as gods, no. I figure that there’s either one God or none, So I hope Christianity can be reformed and rescued from its current hopelessly pozzed state.

  • Charlie Primero

    Does this book discuss the most based religion of all, Christian Identity ?

    • Pareto

      “Christians are the real Jews”? No. That idiotic ideology has been dismissed out of hand by the Alt Right. “Jew” is inherently evil identity and I don’t know why any white person would embrace it. “British Israelism” is total Jewish garbage. It needs ovened.

      • Charlie Primero

        You seem to know more about it than me.

        What’s a good website where they debunk it?

        • Triuwida

          He knows nothing about it. No real CI says “Christians are the real Jews.”

          But it should be obvious to any racially aware White man that when the Bible speaks of one people better than the rest,

          it isn’t speaking of Jews.

          I mean, lol. Why would any White man think that. It’s nuts.

          And literally nothing in the Bible says Jews are God’s Chosen People. The prophets all said the exact opposite.

          I’d start with Bertrand Comparet if you want to know CI thought.

          • Charlie Primero

            I’ve listened to numerous Comparet videos on YouTube, but haven’t been able to find anything that is very, very basic, and his material is so old it does not take into account recent archaeological discoveries.

            Do you know of a forum where I could ask questions? Finke’s forum doesn’t work. What is the best place?

            Thanks!

          • Andrew P.

            I wouldn’t know of any Christian Identity forums, but if you’d like to research Christian Identity, I would look at the Church of Israel lead by Pastor Dan Gayman, or the Christian Revival Center lead by Pastor Thomas Robb. Both individuals who have built churches and brought together very pro-white congregations.

            http://www.churchofisrael.org/
            http://christianidentitychurch.net/

          • Triuwida

            I’ve never spent any time over there, but Christogenea dot org has a good reputation.

            Comparet’s written sermons are what opened my eyes to the problems with Judeo Christianity’s version of events. They may be lengthy but I think he did a good job of simplifying things as much as possible.

          • A hymn to Hermes

            But it should be obvious to any racially aware White man that when the Bible speaks of one people better than the rest,

            it isn’t speaking of Jews.

            Except this was written by Jews about themselves, and they have never stopped pushing this narrative about themselves being solely responsible for all good in the world.

            Furthermore you’d have to explain how the morality of the Hebrews comports with European civilizational expressions. What is described and prescribed in the OT is Jewy as fuck. Moral commandments to only be a lender and never a borrower? Rigging grain “stocks” in Egypt to gain ownership of all of the farmland and farmers as slaves in a market downturn? God punishing the Egyptians for doing to Jews what Jews had done to them (ie God punishes Egyptians for treating Jews according to standards set by Jews, also known as fairness)?

            Comparatively the Egyptians seem much more goyische and there is a clear continuity of behavior between the Mesopotamian gypsy bandits aggrandized in the OT and modern Jews.

          • Triuwida

            I agree with most of that. But since I’m Christian, I take everything in the OT with a grain of salt. It’s hard to miss the fact that a lot of it glorifies the things that Jesus condemned, things no moral man would ever mistake for being good.

            Basically the older any document is, the longer time Jews have had to distort it’s original meaning. So the oldest parts of the Bible are the most suspect. But there are lots of known mistranslations in the NT as well.

            I disagree that any of it was written by Jews, they don’t tend to create much. They just have a talent for creative editing. And it’s hard to see why they would write a book that identifies them as the offspring of Satan.

            At least they didn’t mess with Genesis 1:1 much, the KJV version is pure poetry.

      • Charlie Primero

        Anything?

    • Charlie Primero

      Finally found a good summary of Christian Identity.

      Bill Finck explains the whole thing as concisely as possibly. Ignore the interviewer.

      https://christogenea.org/start-listening-here

  • Sunwheel Knight

    Christianity is spiritual Communism.

    • Pareto

      I just cut myself on this comment’s edge, who do I complain to?

      Paganism is spiritual sodomy.

  • Canucklestani

    Judeo-Christianity makes sense as long as the threats of Islam, Asia and Africa endure. Paganism or atheism can be fine as long as they don’t undermine the basic contours of the struggle for the West

    • Pareto

      What is “Judeo-Christianity”? That’s a made-up concept that never existed prior to the Jewish hi-jacking of Western culture after World War 2. Christianity and Judaism are diametrically opposite religions such that “Judaism” is essentially just “anti-Christianty.” A Christian is *by definition* “anti-Jewish” and a Jew is *by definition* anti-Christian. If either is not, then they are bad Christians/Jews. The religion that Christianity came from was Torah, not “Judaism” which wasn’t even invented until 600AD in Babylon.

      • Canucklestani

        There is enough common ground between Christianity and Judaism to speak of Judeo-Christianity or Christo-Judaism. The Talmud is full of icky stuff we can cherry pick, but it is important to remember with these quotes that the goyim in question were ancient Middle Eastern persecutors of the Jews rather than modern Europeans. I doubt many Christians would say that their faith was based on Torah, but there is certainly a common cultural heritage there that exceeds any common ground shared with Islam, Buddhism or Hinduism

        • A hymn to Hermes

          Christianity is basically a moral inversion of Judaism. There is no need to cherry pick. If you are a Jew you are opposed to Christians on a fundamental level and vice versa.

          In form Islam and Judaism have more in common with each other than either does with Christianity. Classical Judaism was basically just Yahweh Akbar.

          • Canucklestani

            I don’t know. Jews and Christians seem pretty tight. Contrarily, Islam seems intent on doing away with all deviant forces

  • Pareto

    “like when everyone is going to get ‘Raptured’

    The “rapture” concept is blatantly unscriptural and anti-Christian. The “rapture” was invented after the Scofield Hoax Bible got popular. You cannot be a Christian and believe in the “Rapture” because Christians believe that God’s judgement is something that is visited upon all people. There is no “go directly to heaven, skip judgement and collect $200”. If you think “Rapture” has anything to do with Christian faith, you’ve ben swilling too much Jewish propaganda.

    • Jason Rogers

      Excellent Pareto.I never knew this about the rapture but I have checked some sources and I believe you are correct.All that comes from the same Scofield charlatan who started the Jews are the chosen people nonsense.Thank you for giving me this wisdom.I believe God intended me to see your comment and learn from it.He also wants to show me how much I could gain from learning about my own faith and not being lazy like most.God Bless you and keep you.

  • Patriotic American

    Judeo-Christianity? One might as well say Satano-Christianity, that would be far more accurate.

  • “Southern Baptist Convention President Russell Moore”. Moore is not now and never has been the President of the Southern Baptist Convention. He heads up the (now ironically named) Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, a small and insignificant “ministry” of the SBC with a seriously outsized public profile.

    It is no secret that Cultural Marxism is rampant in Christian circles, slowly devouring one denomination after another. There is a growing backlash against this however, and ironically the anti-alt-right resolution fiasco is a major driver of this backlash. I am expecting to see a serious schism in the SBC soon with a small but committed number of churches leaving the SBC and shortly thereafter the hollowed out remnant of the SBC going the way of the United Methodists and Episcopalians.

  • Harry Savannah

    “…4 in 5 White Evangelicals voted for Donald Trump, but while Red State Christians were busy hailing Trump’s victory along with the Alt-Right….”

    This should tell you WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE EVANGELICALS…before the irreligious go off on idiotic anti-Christian rants. Clearly…the Evangelicals are instinctively MORE PRO-WHITE THAN ANY OTHER WHITE SUB-DEMO. Get it? Btw, is anything more stupid and phony than paganism ? A more fatuous question has never been asked. But I’ll tumble- NO!

  • AstroFascist

    Anyone using the term “Judeo-Christianity” in a non-ironic context should be gassed. Secondly, you’re kinda late to the party morons, Jews have waged the only war on Christianity that matters, yours is just laughed off, much like everything else about the kike-right.

  • AstroFascist

    “Andrew Fraser’s, a respected professor of law who was run out of academia”

    Great to see that academia still has some standards active.

  • Valette
  • MagyarSaxon

    The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity: A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation. James C. Russell
    https://www.toqonline.com/archives/v1n1/TOQv1n1Francis.pdf