On a Bitchute video, I responded to one of the typical “The problem is we lost God” white nationalists. Answering my question was instead a different user calling himself “exposing jews”.
Let’s do a little analysis of what went down
My question is of what is ultimately the root of the problem with Christianity: It makes no sense for Christians to oppose multicultural, multi-ethnic society because they will be surrounded by all races in the afterlife.
EJ has responded with the standard Christian retort of the “dual seedline” fallacy. Essentially, the dual-seedline idea is a conjecture that Satan, as a serpent, supposedly also had sex with Eve and she gave birth to twins of different fathers. According to the cope, Jews (or whatever other group you don’t like) are descended from from Cain (the evil twin) and are thereby children of Satan and they’re all going to hell anyway.
There is, however, nothing in the bible which backs up the idea that only white people are the people God created and gave immortal souls and all others were not. This also does not make any sense historically and geographically, given that the texts describing creation pre-date Christianity and all take place in the middle east. The idea that the people who wrote this scripture were referring to white, Aryan, Europeans and not THEMSELVES, is neither supported nor logical.
It is true that the Jews are notorious liars. It is also true that they have manufactured and promoted ideas to distance themselves from Christians. The key people in the long-debunked “Khazar” theory are Jews, so why should we assume that all of EJ’s 20th-Century, Jewish sources, aren’t also lying as part of the ongoing psy-op?
Rome was an empire (civic nationalism) and it was they, especially Constantine, who converted to Christianity and then helped aid its spread into Germania. Were in not for Roman campaigns in the middle east, there’s little reason to believe Christianity would have taken over Europe. They were happy to accept other races as “Roman”. So would the Greco-Roman civilizations just adopt some Jewish religion? The answer is an obvious: Yes, because that’s what happened and wasn’t out of character for them.
Christianity only exists in Europe because of globalist, imperial ambition.
Further, all the other races are apparently “subhuman filth who are going to the lake of fire”. What is this is if not the same way that Jews feel about goyim? We’re all just soulless cattle. This appears to be a “Catholics are the real Jews” argument.
All of what I ask of him above are pertinent questions and the facts behind them well-known. It is especially funny that he accuses me of shitting on my ancestors — who were very-devote Catholics by the way, at least before they were excommunicated for having a baby out of wedlock — for criticizing Christianity, but finds shitting on our Pagan ancestors to be okay? Does he honestly believe that “We were always Christians”? Probably, he believes it was “always white”.
It is peak hypocrisy for this user (whom I’ve talked with before) to LARP as a Neo-Nazi, but fail to see the hypocrisy of his pro-christian stance, when Christians were the largest voting bloc against the NSDAP.
Alfred Rosenberg, who was basically the chief racial theorist of the NSDAP, was against Christianity as were most Nazis, and for all the reasons I am against it. Hitler was widely considered to be one of the most moderate of National Socialists. Even most modern, allegedly serious Neo-Nazis organizations, do not side with Adolf Hitler on the subject of religion.
It is also peak stupidity to assert that Germanic Paganism was “Jewish” in anyway, given that it predates Jews living in Germania; which primarily happened in the middle ages, when Jews moved out of the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe, after Christianization. A very interesting coincidence, right? They hate Christians, but put themselves among them. What reasons might they have had for that?
The bible only asserts, for a fact, that God created man and woman in his image. If he created many types of humans, then it is only reasonable to assume they are ALL in his image. That is the only reasonable assumption, because the Christian bible does not offer a verse that would suggest otherwise, without extremely imaginative interpretation.
The book of Genesis, is of course the first book of the Hebrew bible — yet we are supposed to believe they imagined God creating white Aryans instead of themselves.
and so this brings us to the inevitable end point of every discussion I have ever had in my life with Christians on this subject: God above the folk — always.
I would convert to Christianity in a heartbeat if that’s what it took for my people to have our homes back. Christians would never absolve their faith, even if it meant we could have Europe back tomorrow morning on account of them doing so.
The reasons why are twofold. The first is that many of these people became Christians before they become supposed “Nationalists”. They sought a return to tradition in a post-apocalyptic, degenerate clown world, and the most obvious thing they could do was latch onto the religious beliefs their grandparents had. In time, they learned of the JQ and became racially-conscious; however, by this point, Christianity has become a fundamental part of their identity and community — they have, in their minds, too much to lose by accepting they went down the wrong path by mistake and now have a conflicting worldview.
The second, and perhaps often combined reason, is because of something our pre-Christian ancestors saw about Christianity: It is plebeian.
In Christianity, all that one must do to be rewarded with a blissful, eternal afterlife, is be a good goy and follow all of God’s (the Church) rules. What happens on Earth in your lifetime is of little consequence, because your faith will be rewarded in a way that will make up for all of the suffering.
This is in stark contrast to Paganism, which only gave the best the afterlife had to offer to the brave; those who went above and beyond, and did heroic deeds which pleased the Gods. Men of action and not faith.
That is obviously much, much harder to do than simply follow some rules in a book or from a preacher’s mouth. There is a lot less “equality” in pagan beliefs; there is a lot less Marxism. This is why pagan myth is full of incredible heroes who overcame immense challenges and won epic battles, while Christian mythology is all about being a limp-wristed pussy who “loves thy enemy” and “turns the other cheek”. Christian myths do not inspire strength. They inspire cowardice and fear.
One of the hardest things I’ve had to accept is that many of our people are a lost cause, and the only thing we can do is leave them behind. This is true of many social-justice warriors, feminists, boomers, and bugmen.
It is also true of Christians