A new visitor of my Facebook page was impressed by ‘Apocalypse for whites’ and I’ve just posted this message on my FB page:
This series of posts by Evropa Soberana are really eye-openers as they show that the problem of a Semitic (not only Jews) war of extermination against the Aryans started long before what white nationalists believe. I’ll continue the series in January. Keep tuned…
Actually, I’ll resume it on the third day of January.
As you may know, the original title of ‘Apocalypse for whites’ chosen by the Spanish author was ‘Roma contra Judea, Judea contra Roma’, and I wonder if the under-discussion in the post about Jesus, that I posted on Christmas, can only mean that their reluctance to discuss with me is the paradigm-threatening nature of this info for the worldview of white nationalists.
Do these texts contain disturbing truths? Just to name a few pro-white advocates who are practising Christians: Andrew Anglin, David Duke, Hunter Wallace, James Edwards, Heimbach, Parrott and even National Socialists like James Mason or gentlemen at the other side of the Atlantic like Jez Turner. (Note of interest: Greg Johnson claims he’s secular but was outed delivering pious Xtian homilies in a San Francisco church.) Is the content of my site too much for their rather modest stomachs to digest?
The implication of the series, of course, is that Judeo-Christianity is inseparable from the anti-white exterminationist ideology of Judaism—our foe—, and that every follower of the fourteen words that presumes himself awakened should repudiate the religion of our parents.
American white nationalists seem to be so scared by this info that they don’t even try to read a classic about the quest of the historical Jesus that started in the fourth century with Porphyry and then, due to 1,300 years of Church deplatforming after Constantine, with the German Hermann Samuel Reimarus. This is where the Christians who supposedly advocate the 14 words should start researching the subject.
I bet they won’t do it…