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Christianity’s Criminal History, 148

– For the context of these translations click here –   St. Gregory of Tours (Louvre) When we read the History of the Franks, as amorphous as it is detailed, by Gregory of Tours, which is the main source of that period, we are surprised that the same head in which such a grotesque belief…

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The religious roots of anti-Germanism

by Dietrich Schuler Editor’s note: This is the German-English translation of the first article we have published in German at the German section of The West’s Darkest Hour.   ______ 卐 ______   If we try to fathom the special fate of the Germans within the framework of the European tragedy, it is not enough…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 129

– For the context of these translations click: here–   CHAPTER 2 CLOVIS, FOUNDER OF THE GREAT FRANKISH EMPIRE ‘One of the most outstanding figures in universal history’. —Wilhelm von Glesebrecht, historian ‘And it is certain that he knew himself to be a Christian, and a Catholic Christian, something that is manifested over and over…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 128

– For the context of these translations see here –   VOLUME IV, CHAPTER 1 THE CHRISTIANISATION OF THE GERMANS ‘The introduction of Christianity among the Germans was the most precious gift from heaven’. —Pastoral letter from the German episcopate, June 7, 1934   The spread of Christianity in the West At the end of…

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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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Kriminal

Below, translated excerpts from the first pages of Deschner’s 10-volume Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums, published in German in 1986.   ______ 卐 ______   Introduction To begin, I will say what the reader should not expect. As in all of my criticisms of Christianity, here there will be missing many of the things that also belong…

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Gibbon on Julian – 5

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Chapter XIX: Part 4 The Cæsar immediately sent his captives to the court of Constantius, who, accepting them as a valuable present, rejoiced in the opportunity of adding so many heroes to the choicest troops of his domestic guards. The obstinate resistance of this…

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The Aryan problem

Dear César: Not all Spaniards think like that. The causes of our decline in the past after the Christianization, and in the present, are due to ourselves. I refer to excerpts published in one of my posts last year: __________________   Already in pre-Socratic times we can see this disregard for a fundamental part of…

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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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On Christianity

by William Pierce To avoid replication of texts, I have moved the content of this entry: here

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