Why Europeans must reject Christianity, 18

by Ferdinand Bardamu   Karl Marx, chief interpreter of the “Protestant Aquinas” Marxist ideology is neither rationally explicable nor empirically verifiable. This means that Marxism is not subject to revision when its prophecies fail to materialize, or its cardinal doctrines are disproven; instead, like the Christian religionist, the Marxist ideologue is forced to engage in…

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On Bardamu's essay

Instalment 17 of Ferdinand Bardamu’s essay revealed things I did not know about the history Christianity. It also reminds me of one of the passages that most haunted me of Nietzsche’s The Antichrist, which I have already quoted a couple of times but it’s worth re-quoting: § 61 Here it becomes necessary to call up…

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Why Europeans must reject Christianity, 17

by Ferdinand Bardamu   The Christian origins of modern liberalism and socialism The “anticipatory” consequences of spiritual equality meant social and economic equality for the church, leading to the establishment of formal communism in the early Christian communities. This was not just philanthropy, but a highly organized social welfare system that maximized the redistribution of…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 53

  13th December 1941, midday SPECIAL GUESTS: RIBBENTROP, ROSENBERG, GOEBBELS, TERBOVEN AND REICHSLEITER BOUHLER Time to solve the religious problem—Condemnation of the organised falsehood—The SS and religion—Negro taboos and the Eucharist —The Mussolini makes a mistake.     The war will be over one day. I shall then consider that my life’s final task will…

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March of the Titans

The following sentences of March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp caught my attention: The Rise of Germany The history of Germany since the fall of Roman Empire is a story of internal intrigue, international bickering, religious wars, steady technological and artistic development—and a cycle of division and…

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March of the Titans

The following sentences of March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp caught my attention: The isle of influence – England, Scotland, Wales and the United Kingdom • Æthelred II ordered the killing of all Danish men in England on St Brice’s Day, November 13, 1002. • In 1189,…

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Schweitzer’s book

The following is excerpted from a big classic in Christological studies, Albert Schweitzer’s The Quest of the Historical Jesus, published in 1906: a scholarly yet readable introduction to the field of New Testament studies from a modern viewpoint. Schweitzer’s first chapter is titled “The Problem”: When, at some future day, our period of civilization shall…

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SS Pamphlet

Der Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler SS/SS-Hauptamt (1943?)   The development of German culture has not followed a steadily rising course. Decades of no growth are followed by periods of slow but steady progress, then new ideas suddenly appear that transform our culture in fundamental ways. A new view of the world opens up, giving us entirely…

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Kemp on Christianity

Excerpted from March of the Titans: A History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp: Although originating within the Semitic world, the religion of Christianity has played such a major role in the post Roman European world that its origins must be clearly dealt with for the sake of understanding its later influence. Genocidal evangelism…

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