Racially Conscious Whites and Christianity
by Thomas Dalton
RECENTLY, Dr. Robert Griffin suggests that the anti-Christian crowd is also the anti-White crowd, thereby implying that we Whites can’t trust — and certainly shouldn’t side with — any anti-Christians.
The truth is this: Part of the anti-Christian crowd are Jews, of both orthodox and secular persuasion. There’s a lot to unpack here, but in short, the orthodox Jews oppose Christians on a theological basis, and the secular Jews on the basis of scientific materialism and rationalism. [We would say the former also oppose Christians in circumstances where their co-religionists are in danger of being converted. — Ed.] Both mock Christianity, but both are able to find some use in it as well, especially in its Zionist form.
The other main group of anti-Christians are the secular, rationalist, and naturalistic Whites. These people, I would suggest, are among the toughest and most resolute White nationalists. Griffin’s ploy to link ‘anti-Christian’ and ‘anti-White’ fails to hold.
His second point is that “alt-right” students should use Christianity to their advantage. But he offers no concrete suggestions at all (Hey students, “see what you can come up with”). What, indeed, could one even plausibly “come up with,” in an alt-right sense, from a Christian point of view?
Given that it’s Christmas time, let’s take a minute to examine this matter a bit more closely. Consider this question: What in God’s name (so to speak) is even remotely pro-White about the Bible? I’ll tell you: nothing.
The Old Testament was written by Jews, about Jews, and for Jews. It is resolutely anti-goyim. It is nothing more than a war manual for the defense of the Jewish race, along with some moronic theological cover.
The New Testament was also written by and about Jews: Jesus, Mary, Joseph, 12 Apostles, Paul, ‘Mark,’ ‘Luke,’ ‘Matthew,’ ‘John’ — all ethnic Jews. The chronology of events, furthermore, strongly suggests that Paul invented his demi-god Jesus, primarily, it seems, as a stunt to undermine Roman paganism and to draw in the gullible masses, to persuade them to worship the Jewish God and his “son.” With its emphasis on the presumed afterlife, Paul’s constructed theology was profoundly anti-life, anti-world, and anti-corporeality. He never believed in it — that artful liar — nor did any of his fellow Hebrews. Present-day Jews are laughing up their sleeve over the foolish Christians and their “love thy neighbor” and “turn the other cheek”; and of course, they are right there, first in line, ready to exploit that love.
There is no sense, then, in which the Bible is pro-White. In fact, the New Testament, rightly understood as an anti-Roman manifesto, is profoundly anti-White. At best, we might say that the Bible is pro-humanity. But even here, it is cloaked with an insidious Jewish leveling of all peoples, all “equal before God” — all except the Jews, who are first among equals.
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Source: read the full article at The Occidental Observer