Too often conspiracy theorists follow the rule of cui bono, and focus only on what supposed conspirators got as a benefit. But the question of what the Jews got out of Christianity must be evaluated along with what whites got out of it, and continue to get out of it. The answer: Empire. Although they were hypocrites, Christianity provided its adherents with a very fine excuse to conquer the world. Christianity, with its imaginary “brotherhood of man” a centerpiece, gave whites the opportunity to conquer their racial enemies for their own good. It justified and still justifies incorporating them into its body politic, thus making them stronger (at least, that was the hope, and is still the hope, even as the flaws of diversity become ever more apparent.)
But there are plenty of reasons to condemn Christianity besides the fact that it elevates the Jews in the esteem of whites, which seems to be the Marcionite author’s primary complaint. First among these reasons is its unrealistic assessment of human nature, and pig-headed misunderstanding of reality itself. Christianity is a pre-scientific belief system that is entirely hostile to rational explanations of phenomena. It’s unfortunately no exaggeration to say that the Bible itself, and especially the New Testament, sets forward what is literally a psychotic view of reality. Things appear out of thin air, corpses come back to life, people become possessed by demons, etc. This sort of defect would not be cured by a divorce from the OT; nor would many others equally grave or worse.
Then we have the supposed sayings of Jesus, which taken together and taken seriously, are a prescription for poverty and even self-destructiveness to the point of suicide. Love your enemies he says, and if they steal from you, give them even more. If they strike you on one side, you must obligingly turn and offer them the other as well. Further, he says that you must become as a little child, i.e., become completely irrational, in order to be saved. The heaven of Jesus is not obtained by means of special knowledge, but only faith. No argument about this is allowed, for unlike Socrates Jesus isn’t about discovering the truth, he simply states he IS the truth, and if you can’t accept that, then it’s eternal damnation and hellfire for you. This hostility to reason, coupled with Christian millennialism that awaited Christ’s supposedly imminent return, was a powerful toxin that disabled the civilizational impulses of white people for almost a thousand years. This toxin caused the fall of classical civilization, and though its effects eventually lessened, it may yet cause the fall of our own, perhaps even precipitating a war that will end all life on Earth.