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Varg Vikernes to Amerindians: It Wasn’t the White Man Who Destroyed You — It Was the Christian Man

THERE IS MUCH that Mr. Vikernes says that is thought-provoking and worth listening to — and some we disagree with, too. But he has a powerful, succinct way of making his points and many of his works, including this one, help us see things in a new way.

These related videos on the same general topic are listed on his channel: The Spread of Christianity in Europe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqFKK7V8XMc ; Family Values in Christianity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjEqoltgSQE ; Whom do they serve? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuUaSpcfrpA

As one commenter remarked: “Islam, Christianity, Judaism: same god, same result.” And another: “I have been saying this since forever: It wasn’t ‘evil whitey,’ it was the disease of Christianity that killed the natives, killed the European spirit. . . and caused the world to engage in the Middle East.” And yet another notes, using the parentheses meme, that Christianity is deeply Jewish: “I wish you lived in a country with free speech, because Christianity is only a symptom of the true (((problem))).”

We Europeans had our own religions, aspects of one another in many ways, and these were forcibly taken away from us. Time to recover — and advance — our genuine spirituality. And let’s do it right this time.

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Source: Thulean Perspective

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6 Comments

  1. Axis Sally
    28 September, 2018 at 7:23 pm — Reply

    No conceivable comment could add nor detract from this. Herr Vikernes is right; heed him.

  2. cc
    28 September, 2018 at 10:25 pm — Reply

    There has never been a comprehensive study on why Christianity was successful in conquering Europe with fire and sword. I read that pagan warriors were psychologically unprepared for a religion that converted on the pain of death.

    Federal armies carried out a fearful campaign to slaughter the Plains Indians. Had to get the railroads built in a timely fashion.

    Indian killer: I don’t hate you because you’re Indian; I hate you because I’m Christian.

    Federal generals who slaughtered the Plains Indians had and have carte blanche. Nobody is tearing down their statues and memorials. Does Blue and Gray come to mind?

  3. C.E. Whiteoak
    29 September, 2018 at 12:57 pm — Reply

    Varg Vikernes certainly does have a superbly acute way of making his point, and making us think.

    After Rome fell to the new “religion” a thousand year reign of terror followed, during which the new belief established its power by murder, torture and fear. Not many centuries after Christian dominance was brutally established, a slow and most peculiar decline began, culminating in the racial suicide cult we see today. This is horrifyingly illustrated by a recent photograph of the Pope kissing the foot of an invading black African refugee.

    Christianity is all but finished, and when it goes, where will be the strings connecting us to the other two destructive cults based on the chronicles of Abraham?

    Perhaps European man can seize this coming opportunity to truly know who he is, and begin the advancement from Man to Superman.

  4. Arvin N. Prebost
    2 October, 2018 at 10:55 am — Reply

    I must disagree with Mr. Vikernes.

    Anyone, of any religion, would have wanted to kill any Indian he saw after viewing the results of their ritual tortures. They habitually did this to each other, and later on, to Whites.

    The Indian way of life was based on small-scale agriculture and hunting. Hunting required large tracts of undeveloped land. The whole Kentucky region was viewed by the Shawnees as being their own private game preserve. The White way was based on farming, which required tracts of developed land, which interfered with traditional paths of animal migrations. Right there is a huge conflict of cultures and religion had nothing to do with it.

    I have been to Aachen, Germany and seen the tributes to Charlemagne and read how he forced the Saxons to convert, with much blood and warfare. It is sad, but I think the Indian situation was a clash of cultures and a result of religion only insofar as Christianity already complimented the European way of life.

  5. Exq
    3 October, 2018 at 5:25 am — Reply

    The Non-Genocide of Indians in America
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL2XX_2tNk8

    “Based on this article (with sources): https://web.archive.org/web/20180812122624/https://thealternativehypothesis.org/index.php/2016/06/02/the-non-genocide-of-northern-native-americans/

    Data on the 1500 population and the 1853 population shows that that North American Native population declined by 0.22% per year off of the initial number of 2 million down to 400,000. This doesn’t seem like a genocide. And while you can point to specific episodes of massacres, the fact that the population decline was so gradual, and the fact that lineages were not destroyed at the same rate as the population decline (as inferred from mtDNA analyses) is evidence that outright massacres played a negligible role in the population reduction, and that the chief culprit was probably disease, then for North Americans an extremely high rate of intermarriage. The point is not to argue the morality or right to the land, that’s a separate topic. The point of this video / article is that the Native Americans of NORTH America were not genocided.”
    https://openload.co/f/LGOVvuTwNN8/The_Non-Genocide_of_Northern_Native_Americans.mp4

  6. cc
    3 October, 2018 at 3:16 pm — Reply

    I suppose the Plains Indians were in the presence of the enemy more than others.

    I skimmed over a book at the University of Texas that said Mormon teachers in Utah told Indian students in class those who were good Christians would eventually turn White. This is when you push the button and go into outer space.

    After the 4 years war, the Universal Yankee Nation sent their magnificent Buffalo Soldiers out west. I was told the Negro/Indian mixture in Utah was hard to look at.

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