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Fair Race’s Darkest Hour (book)

Colhaze’s missing article

I have added a new page for the forthcoming, printed version of my book; a page that will appear by the end of the section on “Christian axiology”:

One ring darkred

After seeing the PDF of the first version of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour, Michael Colhaze, a featured writer of The Occidental Observer, retracted his previous permission to include his piece Lords of the Ring in the present compilation. Colhaze, whose native language is German, explained that he is a dedicated Christian and that he has written criticizing Hitler.

While I complied and removed Colhaze’s piece from the present edition of The Fair Race, as will be seen in the next section by doing it some architecture of the book needs a little restructuring or explanatory notes. On the positive side of this small affair, Colhaze’s change of mind has moved me to add this page on white nationalist Christians.

Kevin MacDonald’s first book of his trilogy opened the door to my understanding of the “Old Testament,” the sacred book of the Jews. The Old Testament message promises a racial ethno-state for a Semitic tribe: a message by Hebrew writers for the Hebrew people. On the other hand, in the New Testament the Jew Saul (“Paul”) teaches universalism for gentiles. Even though some neochristian exegetes like Albert Schweitzer distinguish between the historical Jesus and the Christ of dogma, it is not possible to ascertain whether a historical Jesus even existed. Nonetheless, the gospel, even if wholly fictional, presents us Jesus as a Jewish liberal who promises us post-mortem survival. This seems to be the biblical message of both Testaments in a nutshell: “An ethno-state for me but not for thee; your reign is not of this world…”

Pierce said that if our race survives this century it will only be because we have gotten the monkey of Christianity off our backs. In my own words I would say: Pace white nationalist Christians, the prize to save the white race from extinction is apostasy from our parents’ religion.