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Christianity’s Criminal History, 156

  The papal revolution fails The mass of the clergy naturally knew that their power rested above all on the magic of the cause, on the beautiful appearance, on the outward and sensible charm of religious services; therefore they had to stand by the people, who venerated the sacred images.   ______ 卐 ______  …

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 155

– For the context of these translations click here – The dispute over images begins If we are well-informed about the 6th century of Byzantine history, thanks especially to the detailed descriptions of the historian Procopius, the 7th and 8th centuries remain in great obscurity. Only the chronicles of two theologians, both defenders of images…

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Reflections of an Aryan woman, 1

Editor’s Note: Memories and Reflections of an Aryan Woman by Savitri Devi was written in 1968, 1971 and published in 1976. While the book edition I plan to publish on Daybreak Press contains the entire text of Memories, the following is only the first abbreviated chapter. It wouldn’t make much sense to publish a new…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 126

For the context of this translation see the previous instalment of this series. Volume 4. Early Middle Ages From King Clovis (ca. 500) to the death of Charles ‘the Great’ (814) ‘For a long time Christ had already taken a look at the Germanic peoples… A new spring dawned on the sky of the Church’.…

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Kevin MacDonald’s apologetics

Update of September 16, 2020: This essay has been edited for inclusion in my book Daybreak. I would suggest reading the much-corrected text instead of the text below (see ‘Two essential books’, which contains a link to the Daybreak PDF).   ______ 卐 ______   Kevin MacDonald’s Preface to Giles Corey’s The Sword of Christ…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 122

Editors’ note: To contextualise this section of Vol. II of Karlheinz Deschner’s encyclopaedic history of the Church in 10-volumes, Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums, see the abridged translation of Volume I.     Emperor Justinian, dominator of the Church Justin died on August 1, 527 at the age of 76, when an arrow wound reopened in the…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 121

Editor’s Note: Three genocides with millions of victims each have been committed against the Germanic people. On this site we have talked about the genocide after 1945 when the Allies killed millions of defenceless Germans. Historically, the genocide committed in Germany during the Thirty Years War is known, but very few talk about the other…

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Holy wrath, 9

by Evropa Soberana Window with portrait of Harald in a cathedral   The twilight of the berserkers The berserkers, like all paganism, ended up falling into decay. At a given moment, probably with the advent of Christianity, the esoteric religious leadership of Scandinavia received the coup de grace: it disappeared and submerged itself in the…

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Holy wrath, 8

by Evropa Soberana The Danelaw and the main areas of Viking settlement in Great Britain. Apart from the designated areas, the entire coast was strongly influenced by Scandinavia. For a time, the Vikings made England a Danish kingdom. The Anglo-Saxons under King Alfred the Great, Germanics like the Vikings, engaged with them in a war…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 114

St. John Chrysostom exhorting Aelia Eudoxia. Note how the Empress—the spouse of the Roman Emperor Arcadius—, in this painting by Jean-Paul Laurens, has people in her Byzantine entourage who are not whites. Editor’s note: In a nationalist forum last month a commenter said: A BS narrative that makes no sense. The idea that Jews created Christianity to…

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