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Why I hate Christianity

“What a certificate of mental poverty it was for Christianity that it destroyed the libraries of the ancient world!”


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“What a certificate of mental poverty it was for Christianity that it destroyed the libraries of the ancient world!”

Makes sense though, literacy has not been kind to it.

Had pagan religions been allowed to exist, surely there would be entire nations today that wouldn’t subscribe to this secularized form of Judeo-Christian values that is killing us.

Yeah but isn’t that still part of the larger problem we’re facing? Can you imagine Christianity without the centralization and technical ability of Rome? The same Rome that, as you and Pierce noted, acted plenty ghoulishly towards the Germans before anyone had heard of the Nazarene.

You refer to The One Ring as wealth, but I fear it may be worse. Wealth as such may be like invisibility; sheltering the wearer from the natural world and the common rabble of enemies, but putting you on the same plane as the wraiths and slowly causing you to disappear into their world. Nonetheless the ring’s essence wasn’t invisibility, and it didn’t need to be worn to corrupt.

A rural gentry can retain a noble character in spite of their estate. An industrial proletariat doesn’t need wealth to become soulless and orcish, they can be near-starving, but they need to be a part of an industrial city.

I believe we’ve been in a struggle with technology itself since the advent of agriculture, a struggle made all the more significant by our technical power. We live inside a technological system which is adaptive, which moves towards its own stability and expansion without the conscious support of its vessels, and which will psychologically grind up anyone who isn’t prepared to assert their own will against it. It’s the ring that we must carry to the end of time.

It was Kaczynski’s grim essay that first destroyed my liberalism, and I suppose it’ll never leave the back of my mind:

The leftist of the oversocialized type tries to get off his psychological leash and assert his autonomy by rebelling. But usually he is not strong enough to rebel against the most basic values of society. Generally speaking, the goals of today’s leftists are NOT in conflict with the accepted morality. On the contrary, the left takes an accepted moral principle, adopts it as its own, and then accuses mainstream society of violating that principle. Examples: racial equality, equality of the sexes, helping poor people, peace as opposed to war, nonviolence generally, freedom of expression, kindness to animals. More fundamentally, the duty of the individual to serve society and the duty of society to take care of the individual. All these have been deeply rooted values of our society or at least of its middle and upper classes for a long time. These values are explicitly or implicitly expressed or presupposed in most of the material presented to us by the mainstream communications media and the educational system. Leftists, especially those of the oversocialized type, usually do not rebel against these principles but justify their hostility to society by claiming (with some degree of truth) that society is not living up to these principles. (…)

The system does not and cannot exist to satisfy human needs. Instead, it is human behavior that has to be modified to fit the needs of the system. This has nothing to do with the political or social ideology that may pretend to guide the technological system. It is the fault of technology, because the system is guided not by ideology but by technical necessity. Of course the system does satisfy many human needs, but generally speaking it does this only to the extent that it is to the advantage of the system to do it. It is the needs of the system that are paramount, not those of the human being. For example, the system provides people with food because the system couldn’t function if everyone starved; it attends to people’s psychological needs whenever it can CONVENIENTLY do so, because it couldn’t function if too many people became depressed or rebellious. But the system, for good, solid, practical reasons, must exert constant pressure on people to mold their behavior to the needs of the system.

Too much waste accumulating? The government, the media, the educational system, environmentalists, everyone inundates us with a mass of propaganda about recycling. Need more technical personnel? A chorus of voices exhorts kids to study science. No one stops to ask whether it is inhumane to force adolescents to spend the bulk of their time studying subjects most of them hate. When skilled workers are put out of a job by technical advances and have to undergo “retraining,” no one asks whether it is humiliating for them to be pushed around in this way. It is simply taken for granted that everyone must bow to technical necessity. and for good reason: If human needs were put before technical necessity there would be economic problems, unemployment, shortages or worse. The concept of “mental health” in our society is defined largely by the extent to which an individual behaves in accord with the needs of the system and does so without showing signs of stress.

I’m not as pessimistic as Kaczynski is. I believe that we can – through an act of will – reassert ourselves, and take ourselves back from Sauron. Carry the ring, as we are fated. Technology will always remain a titan sleeping just below us though. I guess my nonchalance towards Christianity’s domination comes from this outlook; Roman centralization and urbanization necessarily led to he destruction of the pagan mindset.


But by burning the libraries and erasing the culture Christianity made things worse. Much worse. Imagine that Scientologists took over all white societies and—for centuries—started to destroy everything that ran contrary to Ron’s teachings. That’s what happened in Europe since Constantine (and the reason why I am adding entries of Vidal’s novel).


Heidegger complained too about what he called “the problem of technology”.

It is the needs of the system that are paramount, not those of the human being.

This reminds me a Greg Johnson’s sentence that I quoted at OD: “In ancient Rome, as in modern America, the economic system and its imperatives [what I call the “One Ring”] are treated as absolute and fixed, whereas the people are treated as liquid and fungible.”

So true. And it reminds me also the last episode of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation, where NY is explained as a city constructed not for the glory of God but for the glory of Mammon (this is why I believe that, contrary to what many WNsts believe, the JP is a secondary infection; the One Ring is the first one).


No one stops to ask whether it is inhumane to force adolescents to spend the bulk of their time studying subjects most of them hate.

This is so true… My life started to be destroyed when my father didn’t understand this obvious fact when I was at my middle teens.


The concept of “mental health” in our society is defined largely by the extent to which an individual behaves in accord with the needs of the system and does so without showing signs of stress.

Elsewhere I’ve written a lot about this. A lot…

I guess seeing the Christian culture-destroyers as part of an inevitable trend doesn’t excuse them on a personal level, any more than the same trend excuses FDR.

If you have some spare time and haven’t already you might want to read the part on “The Psychology of Modern Leftism”. I know you have your own theories on the subject.

Yeah. I linked to the Washington Post version (“grim essay”) too, which might be easier to read.

I saw how Christianity mentally and morally stunted my father’s side of the family. Jeeboo is a replacement for thinking.

Regarding technology and society et cetera. My view is that we need to get our household economies under control. We are too subject to the above ground economy, too dependent on income from the magic cornucopia. A good sized chunk of our economy is eating and drinking, and we can capture that wealth by biointensive gardening. Food is 1 trillion a year of the US economy. Right now small farmers can’t compete with cheap corn syrup, but that’s likely going to be changing. If you own land do a garden; if you don’t, rent a plot at a community garden or get a workshare on a CSA.

I discovered a way to grow lots of potatoes using cardboard boxes:


Liberation through food production. Doing things for yourself makes you independent and strong; doing things for others makes you fulfilled. I envision a world where Whites do things for each other on a local level, and in this way build cohesion.

Christianity was the original jewish conspiracy, islam was the second one. Jews were the main merchants and traders during the post-Roman Empire period, do you have heard of the Radhanites? Jews had the monopoly over certain trade routes between the islamic East and the christian West:


The jews repeated the same script in the early 20th century, jewish bankers in Wall Street and London financied the Bolshevik Revolution:


During the Cold War there was a “British” media mogul named Robert Maxwell, he was basically a triple agent working with the KGB, MI6 and the Mossad, he was even buried in Israel:


Jews will aways try to profit from the gullible goyim religious, political, intelectual movements at the same time keeping their jewish tradtions and network.

How do you get atheists, most of whom are raised in public schools and have a non-religious view of morality to join your cause? It simply does not have the roots of morality, culture, and racialism we Christians possess. White Christians are more likely to have family oriented values than atheists. White Christians tend to have a more authoritarian view of life than racially aware atheists. It just seems bad judgment to hate on Christians when at least we have a true anti-Semitic history with Catholics and early Protestantism. Christians are not the problem. We just need to get back to racially aware Christianity.

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