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Deranged altruism St Paul Tom Sunic


A passage from a Tom Sunic piece
on The Occidental Observer:

Most White Americans and Europeans, even those with a strong racial identity, can barely stand criticism of Christian ecumenical and multiracial trappings. It is often overlooked that the higher Catholic clergy, both in Europe and the US, is a prime advocate of non-European arrivals…

Hence a dilemma for many racially and ethnically aware White Christians in the US and Europe. On the one hand they are well aware of the destructive nature of multiculturalism, while on the other they cannot ignore early Christian sermons for a multiracial and global society, as put forward by St. Paul’s Epistles to Galatians (3:28): “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

The task of creating White homelands won’t be easy.

2 replies on “Dilemma”

Could you please correct a few typos? You may delete this post, I just proof read for some reason.

1. an passage > a passage

2. one the one hand > on the one hand

But on the topic, such European countries as Poland, Hungary and Belarus are Christian and have few migrants. They’re living examples of White Nationalism, that is, of a slower version of suicide (low birth rates, degenerate culture, etc.).

They’re all communist countries (a slower form of suicide, to use your phrase, than capitalism), which is compatible with the international puppeteer that’s America, so they’re spared of the migrant crisis befalling Germany and France, but only for the moment. That’s why Belarus has the fewest migrants, despite being possibly the world’s most left-wing extremist country – and run by a “dictator” for almost a quarter-century and counting.

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