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Big Red Scary comments:

According to the Venerable Bede, the English word “Easter” comes from the name of an Anglo-Saxon month, which in turn was named after the goddess Eostre. With that in mind, “Easter worshipper” sounds decidedly pagan, which perhaps explains its popularity in this clique.

This “Easter worshipper” thing is a new literary construction created for the sole purpose of not mentioning Christianity.

/r/The_Donald user comments:

The oldest result I can find on Google is 1983 in the NYTimes. It doesn’t crop up again until 1994 (some weird blog) and nothing after that until 2000, yet it only really took off today. I’m sure a more detailed search would reveal additional uses of the term in the past, but it’s still very strange.

So weird that both of the two most prominent Dems, as well as one of their candidates, would all that Tweet that within ~3 hours of each other. Did they plan it out in some kind of globalist teleconference?

And then Blue Checkmarks “wonder” why conspiracy theories are on the rise.


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  1. songbird says:

    I am reminded of the Germanic practice of Osterfeuer.

  2. songbird says:

    I don’t know if I would even call Obama nominally Christian. His mother’s side were communists. His father was a convert to Islam with multiple wives. His stepfather was also a Muslim. Obama went to Jeremiah Wright’s church – not exactly orthodox. He had to be corrected by Stephanopoulous when he said “my Muslim faith” – he did not catch it on his own.

    The others I think are nominal, though it is very doubtful that either prays.

    My theory here is that there is some plagiarism of Obama’s Twitter stooge, by the Twitter stooges of the Castro and HRC.

    • Agree: Guillaume Durocher
    • Replies: @95Theses
    , @anon
  3. Luckily I am able to attend traditional Catholic parishes that still use the old Good Friday liturgy. This specifically begs God to protect us from the faithless ones and beseeches divine help for their conversion.

    So I don’t have to put up with pretending that this weekend matters apart from its significance as the time of resurrection.

    It’s interesting to compare today to the time of the first century.

    The Jewish elite remains exactly as it did under the likes of Caiaphas. No change there.

    The “little Jews” – like the main character from the outstanding Coen Brothers film ‘A Serious Man’ – remain as they always have been: exploited by the evil leaders of their tribe.

    Meanwhile, the non-Jewish elite have returned to a kind of paganism and, like the Roman Pilate, merely ask, “What is truth?” in hapless, “post-modern” confusion. But they will continue to ignore the answer and search for fulfillment in “technological progress” or blue checkmarks or whatever.

    P.S. Special preemptive welcome to any and all supposedly white nationalist morons who think Christianity is a Jewish conspiracy and who are apparently constitutionally incapable of reading the letters of St. Paul or – the ADL’s least favorite text ever – the Gospel of St. John. I hope you enjoy(ed) today’s lovely spring weather, you insipid neo-Himmlerite “rune coons.”

  4. 95Theses says:

    I completely agree.

    Though to my thinking, as an earnest Christian, it is inconceivable that I could ever even accidentally say anything close to “my Muslim faith” to describe my beliefs no matter how tired or distracted I am.

    Also, isn’t it interesting how Leftist journalists (à la Stephanopoulos and Candy Crowley) could always be counted on to bail Obama out of a major gaffe, like a dutiful Smokey the bear putting out fires. Imagine the self-inflicted damage that could have (and ought to have) been allowed to naturally occur were there no friendly journalists on hand to prevent the Silver-tongued One from committing even greater embarrassments.

    And to think of the huge fuss the Media once made all because a certain vice president supposedly didn’t know how to spell “potato”.

    • Replies: @Barack
  5. Muggles says:

    If you ever watch Tucker Carlson or Hannity they run clips from CNN, MSNBC, NBC, etc. which regularly feature breathless talking heads using identical wording to misinform viewers about current events, especially regarding Republicans, Trump or anything not leftist-progressive. It is amazing to see. But practically every day it happens.

    So this “Easter worshipers” meme comes from the same source. I speculate that there is some blog, podcast, video or conference call (midnight fax?) where the DNC or other Dem propaganda artists arrive at the Daily Party Line. Just like the old USSR. Certain words and phrases are proposed to be the Truth of the Day or Words To Use of the Day for all who get in on this. So uniformity of thought is promoted in the classic Big Lie technique. (Say something often and loud enough and some fools start to believe it.) These phrases/words usually dis-inform hearers or are meant to conflate/confuse facts.

    Why “Easter Worshipers” was used is a bit odd, too stupid to pass w/o notice. Would you refer to Jews as Passover Worshipers if they were massacred in a synagogue at that time? Or refer to Muslims as Moon Worshipers due to their use of the crescent moon? Doubtful, even laughable.

    So the Propaganda Line of the Day is something to uncover. If an outsider ever gets access, you can hear “tomorrow’s headlines” today, just before midnight. Turn off the sound and know what the leftist mouthpieces are spouting, word-for-word.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Justvisiting
  6. Anonymous[278] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Burns, Gettysburg Partisan

    You must christcuck with me sir every white male must remain a virgin like Jesus while foreign men take our women

    The church will continue to be at the forefront of refugee settlement hallelujah

    Also Karlin triggered by notre dame being built on fire temple christcuck weirdo

    Anything pointing out christian crimes is now bannable lol

  7. anon[570] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Burns, Gettysburg Partisan

    • John 4:22 “Salvation is from the Jews.”
    • Romans 1:16 “The Jew first.”
    • 1 Cor. 5:7 “Christ, our ✡Passover✡ lamb, has been sacrificed.”
    • John Burns: Christianity is a Jewish conspiracy

    An apt description, Mr. Burns.

    Rune coons? Keep up that hatred of European traditions, you fully-Kiked Jew-worshiper. You hate Europeans as much as do the Jews you cravenly bow to.

  8. anon[570] • Disclaimer says:

    The Easter worshipers certainly weren’t Whites. So what got your panties in a twist about curry-nogs killing other curry-nogs?

    Christianity is the destruction of the White European race. The Jewish Rabbi Jewsus has convinced you those pictured above are your own people.

    “Christianity, sprung from Jewish roots and comprehensible only as a growth on this soil, represents the counter-movement to any morality of breeding, of race, privilege: it is the anti-Aryan religion par excellence. Christianity—the revaluation of all Aryan values, the victory of chandala values, the gospel preached to the poor and base, the general revolt of all the downtrodden, the wretched, the failures, the less favored, against ‘race:’ the undying chandala hatred is disguised as a religion of love.”

    Friedrich Nietzsche

    • Replies: @Thumbhead
  9. anon[310] • Disclaimer says:

    Christians are the original Communists. “Not one of them claimed that anything belonging to him was his own, but all things were common property to them.” (Acts 4:32) As Ludwig von Mises put it so aptly, “Christianity is Bolshevism.” (Socialism, p. 413)

  10. Killary Klinton is possibly an apostate Methodist but Hussein Obama was never a Christian. Even his blackish accent is phoney given he was raised by a white mother and grandmother.

    Speaking of Bede and pagans, Christmas trees allegedly originate from morbid human sacrifice that was flipped after the efforts of the Anglo-Saxon missionary St. Borniface (Winfrid), the so-called ‘Apostle to the Germans’.

    • Replies: @anon
  11. anon[122] • Disclaimer says:
    @Amerimutt Golem

    Morbid human sacrifice? Like this? “Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed.” (1 Cor. 5:7) People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.

  12. Thumbhead says:

    lol at you sneering about “curry niggers”, while your idol Nietzsche praises curry-nigger Hinduism and throws around street-shitter terminology like “chandala” in his syphilitic ramblings

    • Replies: @anon
  13. @Muggles

    We need a whistleblower to find out who creates these TPTB memes.

    This one was so blatant. I don’t think it was a conference call or blog. There probably is a “code word” that is sent to a hundred or so “opinion makers”. Everyone else has been blackmailed and knows that they tow the party line or their funding/employment goes away.

    It reminds me of that old movie “Brotherhood of the Bell”. Dean Jagger informs the protaganist (who wants to blow the whistle on the brotherhood) “we will be hearing less and less of you”.

    There are no coincidences, only bad theories/explanations.

  14. anon[104] • Disclaimer says:

    At least Nietzche had a decent Napoleonic excuse, syphilis, for going crazy. What excuse do you give for Jewsus going insane? “When his friends heard it, they went out to seize him: for they said, ‘He is insane.’” (Mark 3:21)

    At any rate, you’re deflecting from my point: according to Christianity, it isn’t your family who is your kin, but anybody in the globalist cult who is your brother, including those strange peoples from half way around the globe. Christianity is anti-nationalist, and is the basis of today’s Globalist regime. Care to address that?

    • Replies: @notanon
  15. notanon says:

    Christianity is anti-nationalist, and is the basis of today’s Globalist regime. Care to address that?

    there are circles of sympathy extending from self
    -> immediate family
    -> clan
    -> tribe
    -> nation
    -> race
    -> species
    -> save the dolphins

    When Christianity first arrived in Europe people were mostly at the clan or tribe level and Christianity was instrumental in pushing the circle of sympathy out to the national level.

    Christianity created nationalism.

    On the other hand I agree it’s currently pushing out to the species level before people are ready.

    (also the basis of globalism is the banking empire – although i agree they use Christianity as a propaganda tool)

    • Replies: @anon
    , @dfordoom
  16. anon[310] • Disclaimer says:

    Your circles of sympathies are close, but need revised. A dog is a White man’s best friend. 🙂

    Dogs are a tool of white supremacy

    It is because we northern Whites and Wolves co-evolved for hunting in the cold Pleistocene.

    The closest approximation to human morality we can find in nature is that of the gray wolf, Canis lupus….the dog’s part in the endeavor of humans to take control of the world, and led to the formulation of a hypothetical “lupification”of human behavior, habits, and even ethics.

    Co-evolution of Humans and Canids: An Alternative View of Dog Domestication: Homo Homini Lupus (2003) Evolution and Cognition, vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 57-72.

    • Replies: @notanon
  17. WHAT says:

    Props for posting Bob Page. If only actual ZOG was as entertaining.

  18. notanon says:

    A dog is a White man’s best friend.

    fair point

  19. @John Burns, Gettysburg Partisan

    Meanwhile, the non-Jewish elite have returned to a kind of paganism and, like the Roman Pilate, merely ask, “What is truth?” in hapless, “post-modern” confusion.

    Have you seen the Steve Outtrim Burning Man videos where he claims that Brin, Page, Musk and Zuckerberg are bona fide Satanists?

    The 26 hours all-of-it are impossible for all but enthusiasts; there is a one hour executive summary video but I forget offhand how much the Satanism issue is weighted there. The next time I watch the whole thing I intend to collect time stamps on where Satan is looming large.

    • Replies: @anon
  20. anon[310] • Disclaimer says:

    Lucifer, Jewsus, what’s the difference?

    • Isaiah 14:12 “How you have fallen from heaven, morning star/Lucifer, son of the dawn!”
    • Revelation 22:16 “I Jesus…of ✡David✡…the bright and morning star/Lucifer.”

    To be sure, Lucifer is Latin meaning “bearer of light,” which Jesus calls himself in John 8:12. Now that’s bona fide!

  21. I associate the word Easter with this Saxon goddess, to differentiate the Papist/POZtestant rabbit and egg festival in USA from the real deal which we are readying for still this week. Thus the odd wording hit me immediately, in the same was as with Big Red. If English speakers called it Pascha or Posk as in other euro languages it wouldn’t have sounded so strange.

    It could be some sort of Satanic thing, but then Freemasonic types typically eschew the IndoEuropean gods for the creepy gods of Ancient Egypt and the near east. I personally think this is because the IndoEuropean gods are in some way a prefiguring of the real God of the Holy Trinity, or at least training wheels.

    More likely, as others have said, the PR people who run the Twitter accounts run things by each other, and this was a way to avoid naming the enemies of this gay clown world: Christians.

  22. One other thing I’ll say, if the paranoid conspiracy types are right, and the NZ attack (I noticed they always call it the “Christchurch killings”, not more obvious “New Zealand killings”), Notre Dame fire, Al Aqsa fire and SL attack are part of some ZOG op, does it not seem plausible there will be some atrocity on Pascha? They could do it in Russia possibly and blame “militants”, in the Ukraine and blame Russia (hard), or perhaps in some place where they have more control, in the EU or North America. Be vigilant!

  23. dfordoom says: • Website

    Christianity created nationalism.

    By the time nationalism became a big thing Christianity was already in terminal decline. It might be more correct to say that nationalism was a response to the collapse of Christianity, and to the collapse of the idea of Christendom.

    Nationalism was just another variety of atheist liberalism.

  24. KenH says:

    If Christians ever decide to start retaliating against Muslims then we can cast Muslim victims as “Ramadan worshippers” or “Ramadan fasters”.

  25. I’m a couple of days behind on my AK reading, but this whole thread feels like deja vu. Not sure when you published, but it was convergent not just a blatant ripoff on my part, promise!

    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin
  26. @Audacious Epigone

    I saw your post pop up 2-3 hours after mine, but no worries, I had no suspicions whatsoever (and would have had no issues even if you did copy the utterly generic title). 🙂

    And you did get the bright idea of rigorously quantifying it via Twitter mentions.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
  27. Dmitry says:
    @Anatoly Karlin

    It might be interesting for readers here, to also add about reactions in Russia.

    I don’t know if people read this – but Russian politics, opposition and liberals take slogans of Breitbart about these kind of events.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
  28. Dmitry says:

    Navalny does not talk about Muslims then, but Sobchak’s reaction to Notre-Dame fire was about too many babies called Muhammad in France.

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    Этот снимок был сделан 29 января. В посте я еще жаловалась на экономию на подсветке и крыс. И,мол,Собянина на «них» не хватает. Сегодня НотрДама не стало. И ,конечно,потом найдут реальную причину «возгорания», но я эту причину на самом деле давно знаю. Она глобальнее чем то,кто именно бросил спичку. Моя любимая Франция стала такой страной,где бьют витрины дорогих бутиков просто потому , что они дорогие,каждую неделю бастуют охреневшие от собственной важности профсоюзы, налоги таковы ,что успешные люди просто переезжают,а уволить человека стало почти невозможным. И я абсолютно убеждена, что это как-то кармически связано с тем,что сгорел шедевр ,который всем своим видом представлял наглую роскошь, огромный вложенный труд(явно не 36 часов в неделю) ,и победу Воли Человека над миром. Я не знаю ,что построят на этом месте в стране, где теперь по статистике каждый 5-й носит имя Мухаммед ,но я точно знаю,что шедевры не служат разуму ,который их недостоин. #ripnotredame

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  29. Barack says:

    He wasn’t describing his beliefs when he said “my Muslim faith.” What he meant in that context was “my alleged Muslim faith.” I.e., he said, “you’re absolutely right that John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith.” What he meant was that John McCain isn’t one of the people who was calling him Muslim. He had just been talking about how people on Fox News were calling him Muslim. Then he acknowledged McCain hadn’t done that.

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