You know, I’m not a fedora tipper, but …
It seems to me that there are a lot of self-proclaimed nationalists, often of the white variety, who identify themselves as Christians. I find it rather perplexing how anyone considering themselves a nationalist — a champion of our people, our interests, our culture, our right to our own homes — and at once, also a Christian.
No, I don’t think it’s a hindrance to the movement because “God is just Santa Claus for adults!” like obese, mouth-breathing neckbeards incessantly chastised us about back in the glory days of YouTube “skeptics”.
No, it’s certainly not because I support the reckless futurism and scientism of the NatSocs and think that Christianity “held us back” from the kind of technological “wonders” we endure today.
Rather, it’s a problem because it accepts everyone, demands allegiance to church above all else, and isn’t even European in origin. It’s a hindrance because of this kind of thinking, of which I’ve seen countless times in the comment section of YouTube and the like.
Yes, you see, it doesn’t matter if we hand over our homes, our civilization and all the opportunity therein left for us by our ancestors to the entire world as long as those foreigners are Christians! The “main issue” with all these Africans flooding us is that they don’t believe in Jesus!
Also, Morfeus up there is not correct. The majority of Europe was only under Catholic rule for about 1000 years, and the Scandinavian nations were for even less time. While it’s true that we (mostly) did well under Christianity, and some of our greatest works were divined in its honor, its not true that our people were incapable of doing such things without Christianity in the picture.
Steve Turley shills for this “it doesn’t matter as long we’re Christian” nonsense too. In a video he did a few months ago, he argued that there’s nothing to worry about and whites will become a “super majority” in the USA because people who “identify” as white will take over! Thankfully, most commentors didn’t buy this line of crap. Somewhere in the comments, there is someone who says “I don’t care about race, I care about Christendom”.
Yeah, you can’t be a nationalist and NOT care about race, though; that’s the issue. It is the people who make the nation, and not simply the soil they stand on. Europe is Europe because of her people. As long as her people are there, and remain the dominant majority, it is Europe. It is Europe whether it is communist or capitalist, whether it is national socialist or feudal, whether it is christian, atheist or pagan — but only if it is inhabited by blood Europeans. As those demographics are changing, Europe is looking a lot less like Europe.
We didn’t build great castles, compose brilliant music, construct beautiful medieval cities, sculpt goddesses from stone or paint portraits that appear a heartbeat way from stepping out from the canvas itself, and construct the safest societies in the world because of Christianity: We did it because of the unique sense of beauty and the inherent virtues of the European race.
As a nationalist, it is that beauty, those virtues within our people, our identity, that is your charge to uphold and this can only be achieved by perpetuating the existence of our people. History has shown us that we can weather ANY storm, no matter how terrible, as long as we are homogeneous nations.
How could anyone who calls themselves a nationalist want to uphold a religion from the near east over the bloodlines of our own race? A religion in which everyone is welcome? If you want religion, and the divine sorts of meaning it can provide you with, why would you choose a foreign, Semitic religion instead of one of the pagan ones unique to our people? I mean, we have totally-nude women dancing around fires.
It just doesn’t make sense to be a nationalist and then at once support something that’s all-welcoming and isn’t specific to any peoples.
Especially not when the leading figure of the church is absolutely obsessed with black penis.
There’s no shortage of churches across the west demanding that we “do more” for “refugees” and the like either.
What about the crusades? While crusaders surely make great meme material, the crusades are one of the most shameful periods of European history. To prove that “endless wars for Israel” isn’t a modern invention, thousands of European men were sent to die trying to recapture a shitty little desert city in the Middle East — not Europe — because “muh Christendom”. I mean, the King of England traveled over 3,000 miles to go fight Saracens in the desert and retake the city.
Imagine if the military powers of Europe back then didn’t spend so much time dicking around in the near east and instead worked to better fortify Europe’s borders? How many white people could’ve been saved from the Barbary slave trade, Ottoman Janissary and other subjugation under Muslim-Arabs? What effects might that have had on today’s attitudes toward mass migration?
Further, these Christians seem to think that the only reason Muhammad is blowing up Christmas markets and raping little girls, the only reason Tyrone joined the Crips, and why Bogwandi cut that mudshark’s heart out and nailed it to the wall was because they just hadn’t heard of the good book. Like they’d stop doing these things if they would just let Christ into their lives.
All while ignoring that African Americans have the highest Church attendance among American racial groups, yet 13 still do 50. All while ignoring that Central Asian Muslims, despite being Muslims, don’t commit nearly as many terrorist attacks and the like as their Arab and Muslim counterparts.
Now you might say, “Well what about Poland and Hungary? They’re Christian as hell and they’re based and red-pilled, right?” It seems the reason is that Eastern Europe, still recovering from the Soviet invasion, are still aware of what happens if their countries and their identity if they are flooded with people from disparate cultures and what not. This isn’t isn’t true of all Eastern nations though — looking at you, Romania — and it’s certainly not true of the entirety of the west. Further, it’s not like Poland and Hungary don’t take immigrants or non-white foreign workers; they’re just more particular about it.
There’s also the ever-important fact that Poles are a lot more aware of the long-nosed tribe’s agenda. The tribe immediately condemned last year’s nationalist march as “hate”.
Poland should be careful, because this kind of pro-brown propaganda we see in the west is already underway in Polish schools.
and that ever-so-accepting, “love-everyone” Christian spirit could lead to the country making massive demographic mistakes with a just enough of a push from that propaganda.
We will not survive without ethnonationalism. We have to accept that Nationalism means US, our people, our ideas, our culture, our identity, and our uniqueness, and that means excluding certain people and ideas from it — Christianity only cares that you follow the same faith. Therefore, it is antithetical to nationalism and a reformation of its inclusiveness doesn’t seem poised to ever happen, as it’s fundamental to the faith.
Going forward, we need to understand that an all-welcoming, non-European religion cannot be the foundation of national solidarity, or we are doomed to repeat the mistakes already made.