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Catholic & Identitarian: From Protest to Reconquest
Julien Langella
Arktos, 2020.

“The absence of anger is a sign of the absence of reason.”
Saint Thomas Aquinas

For better or worse, I’m fairly certain there hasn’t been a Catholic in my family tree since the Reformation, and I remain unsure about a strict definition of “Identitarianism.” It was with an ambivalent but open mind, then, that I recently read Julien Langella’s Catholic & Identitarian, a furious lament on the present condition of France and a firm apologetic for ethnic activism among Christians. Such a text is surely needed. In May 2016 I wrote a scathing essay on Christian attitudes to, and activism on behalf of, mass migration, prompted by the foot-kissing antics of Pope Francis, described in the essay as “the personification of a sick glorification of humility and weakness.” Although I focused for the most part on the Catholic Church, I took aim at all denominations with the demand that “Those who describe themselves as Christian White advocates need to become more vocal in articulating a more ethnocentric or culture-based theology that their co-religionists will find convincing. It is simply not enough to hope that Nationalists can achieve something politically and then come to the rescue of the churches.” Julien Langella, one of the co-founders of Génération Identitaire and whose text first appeared in French in 2017, has provided an admirable response to this problem that will appeal to, and educate, readers of all religious backgrounds and none.

Is this a Catholic book? Yes and no. Religious elements of the text are, thankfully in my opinion, framed as a backdrop to the primary concern: the French are facing the gradual but imminent replacement of their ethnic group in their own homeland. Langella’s central ambition in the book is therefore to explain and condemn this Great Replacement while stressing how Catholicism (and other important facets of the traditional and ancestral life of the French) could and should be used as an underpinning for a resurgent French “Identitarianism.” Langella helpfully avoids some of the clichés of the “TradCath” social media scene by demonstrating an impressive grasp of historical Catholic literature as well as a mature and wide-ranging understanding of many of the contemporary political, ideological, and economic currents that have combined against the European peoples. Most important of all, he is honest in his criticisms of the prevailing attitudes of the Catholic Church on mass migration and ethnicity, devoting one section of the book to a dissection of Pope Francis himself. Unashamedly local in concern, yet avoiding a parochialism that ignores the need for Europeans to unite on some level, Catholic & Identitarian is the most impassioned warning and call to action that I’ve read since Guillaume Faye’s blistering Ethnic Apocalypse (2019).

The book is divided into five chapters, each of which is subdivided into lesser sections. Some of the latter are just a few paragraphs long, which gives the book a sense of fast pacing despite the heavy subject matter often under discussion. The writing style is punchy and straightforward, and mercifully devoid of jargon. The text opens with an interesting Preface from Abbot Guillaume de Tanoüarn, who has previously made headlines in France for resisting the police-enforced demolition of churches. Abbot Guillaume uses his Preface to make the moral and spiritual case for ethnocentrism among Europeans, commenting that “the crisis we face is a moral crisis, and because of its rootedness, because what is at stake is the identity of each of us, one can even say that, deep down, it is also a spiritual crisis.” Individualism is regarded as a cancer, because the common good, or communicatio, of a nation is “not founded on individuals who are magically stuck together, but on families who, in the Christian model of society which prevailed in the West, represent a union of two sexes in “one flesh,” according to the law of love.” Against the organic community, “it has become fashionable in the media to question identity, to stigmatise attachment to soil and traditions. It is almost as if any prior spiritual wealth, anything greater than the Individual, has become suspicious, or has transformed into some new bizarre metaphysical paradigm.” Abbot Guillaume laments the arrival of a perception that individual “freedom encounters no other limit, no other boundary than the liberty of others in a world where neither good nor evil has the slightest meaning.”

Abbot Guillaume dragged from St Rita church, Paris by riot police in 2016
Abbot Guillaume dragged from St Rita church, Paris by riot police in 2016

For Abbot Guillaume, “identity is inherited,” and “among the facts that condition individuals, ethnic origin has its place. … There obviously exist different ethnic origins.” He pours scorn on “the ideology of mandatory miscegenation, which includes an infatuation with quotas and the compulsive glorification of diversity on the “American model,” for which one carefully fails to set limits and ignores in particular the violence it often entails,” and endorses the message of Langella that “miscegenation does not enrich; it impoverishes.” The Abbot closes his Preface with the wish that “the ideology of globalism, as all ideologies, will one day explode like a bubble in response to the urgency of natural politics.”

Julien Langella’s brief introductory chapter sets the scene. Catholicism is on the decline in France, and rather than being incremental, “the collapse is brutal.” More than just a lack of faith and adherence, French society has turned radically to open effronteries to the historical faith: “working on Sundays, homosexual parody of marriage, legalisation of euthanasia, consecration of abortion as a fundamental right, trafficking of women’s bodies through surrogate mothers etc.” The religious decline has occurred alongside massive demographic change, with 20% of the French population now of foreign origin. Langella makes the argument that “De-Christianisation and the Great Replacement go hand in hand,” with Western spirituality, if it exists at all, now being replaced by “an obsession with ‘well-being,’ a kind of Westernized Buddhism” (which I have demonstrated elsewhere is heavily Jewish) and “the cult of the god Consumerism.” Against this spiritual and moral decline, Langella proposes a militant Catholicism typified by the statements of Dom Gérard Calvet, founder of the Sainte Madeleine du Barroux abbey in Le Barroux, who declared his violent antipathy to “the globalist heresy” that wants to “simultaneously eradicate the faith and dissolve the people into a consumerist blob.” Langella asserts that “multicultural societies, sinking ever more each into violence, are doomed to perish,” and celebrates the fact that Catholic voters in France are increasingly turning to ethnocentrism, voting for the Front National in higher percentages than the national average. Langella argues that these voters and activists should gather under the banner of “Identitarianism.”

Why Identitarianism? Langella explains that “nationalist” is a tainted word in France that has “never won general support.” While there is “no academic definition” of Identitarianism because “it does not correspond to any specific school of thought or specific doctrine,” it amounts to an “awareness”: “multicultural societies are multi-conflictual societies, and the homogeneity of a nation determines its survival.” He adds, “to be Identitarian is to reject the commercial standardisation of way of life at the global level, immigration through non-European settlement, and the increasing Islamisation of our streets.” All of which can be summed up in Langella’s stark statement: “If the French disappear, then France dies. … Globalism is a culture of death, and the Identitarian struggle is a march for life.” The introduction closes by making the claim that Christian charity and the struggle for identity are not contradictory:

To claim to accommodate all the misery of the world is not charity. At best, it is weakness and laxity. At worst, it is a calculation in favour of the interest of those who profit from servile labour and a cheap market. The foreigner also has a homeland and a right to live well there, a right to rootedness. Therefore, to accept an uncontrolled flow of immigrants into our country is not the solution to the miseries of Africa and the Middle East. On the contrary, it gives a moral guarantee to those who would transform these unfortunate people into urban slaves. Between the false generosity of pro-immigration lobbies and the cynical “compassion” of certain shady employers, there lies a world of hypocrisy.

The book’s first, and most Catholic, chapter, “Catholic and Indentitarian, Universal and Rooted,” is a prolonged argument against those who have asserted that “total open borders is the only possible Christian position on the subject.” Langella describes the “twisting” of scriptures to defend such an agenda as an act of “moral terrorism,” “perverse ideological manipulation,” and “an idolatry of humanity, a new golden calf, rather than faith in the incarnate God.” For Langella, and the many Catholic thinkers he cites, unity in the Church is not equivalent to the “absurd relativism which prides itself in loving everyone, while it despises everything by placing them on the same level under the pretext of equality.” For Dom Gérard Calvet, such an idea is an example of “ancient Christian virtues twisted into foolishness,” while Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict XVI, once wrote that “Man absolutely cannot by himself bring about world unity, for division is imposed upon him by the sovereign will of God.” Both were echoing the sentiments of Pope Pius XII, who declared that it was not the position of the Church “to attack or underestimate the particular characteristics that each people, with a jealous piety and an understandable pride, retains and considers as a precious heritage. Her purpose is the supernatural unity in universal love felt and practiced, and not in an exclusively exterior, superficial, and thus debilitating, uniformity.”

Identitarian activist and father-of-three: Julien Langella
Identitarian activist and father-of-three: Julien Langella

While Langella proves himself very capable of selecting some choice Traditionalist quotes, he is equally at pains to admit that “certain clergy — priests, bishops, and even cardinals — are among the first to uphold an unnatural Manicheism that opposes the Gospel to patriotism.” These clerics, spouting “nonsense” and endlessly agitating against the Front National, empty France “of much of her substance, reducing her to a collection of principles, at best “Christian values,” which is to say welcoming migrants, while “remaining more indulgent with the politics supportive of the legalisation of divorce, contraception, and abortion.” Citing Pius XII, Augustine, and Thomas Aquinas, Langella makes the argument that Christian charity must always begin at home, in “an order established by God.” In fact, Langella posits that “National preference is a fundamental Christian virtue.” What follows is a brief but interesting historical tour of Catholic mystics and clergy who undertook war against Islamic incursions, with Langella concluding that “defense of the homeland and defense of the Faith are a single entity in the face of the invading Muslim.”

The chapter closes with a survey of the facts demonstrating the reality of race, and the assertion that Catholicism cannot, and should not, deny it. Incorporating everything from Edmund Burke to Pope Pius XI and the findings of modern genetic studies, it’s a powerful apologetic for prejudice, with Langella asserting that “refusing prejudice is a moral blackmail, a weapon of intimidation against Europeans who are disgusted with invasion-migration. … In forbidding us from exercising the virtue of prejudice, the globalists want to force us to consent to our own disappearance under the wave of the Great Replacement.” He closes with a statement from Benedict XVI: “Nations should never accept to witness the disappearance of what made their own identity.”

The text’s second chapter, “The Religion of Miscegenation,” largely departs from spiritual discussion and context, and provides a very interesting exploration of multiculturalism that will provide food for thought for Whites of all religious persuasions —or none. For Langella, “Gender theory and multiculturalism have the same philosophical origin: liberal narcissism. … To fight gender theory and to ignore multiculturalism is totally contradictory.” The chapter moves on to a lengthy exploration of the nature and extent of miscegenation propaganda in France, which includes a national campaign poster promoting breastfeeding featuring blonde women with Black infants pressed to their chests. Langella describes this phenomenon as a “cult of miscegenation” embraced at all levels of society but promoted especially by hostile elites who have ensured that “what was formerly a purely private choice has become a virtue in and of itself.” Langella cites as one example the Jew Bernard-Henri Levy who once wrote: “Everything that’s local, berets, butter, bagpipes, in short anything French, is foreign to us, even repugnant. … I like race-mixing and I hate nationalism.” Langella is blunt in his response: “Miscegenation is a war. By its obsessive nature, it’s even a jihad.” He then describes the links between globalism and the military-industrial complex, arguing that “military imperialism is the enforcement arm for the globalist project, that of a world where the United States and its lackeys can behave like ghetto rats on an international level.” These elites comprise a “nomadic oligarchy” that treats Europeans like sub-humans “and the rest of the world like replacement livestock.”

One of the book’s great strengths is its focus on the role of international finance in advancing globalism and multiculturalism. International money power demands that the peoples of the earth become “an inexhaustible reserve of servile workers and compulsive buyers.” Multiculturalism, “a weapon of mass subversion,” is “indispensable to the good order of a consumer society: without identity, without fixed landmarks, men are empty inside, so they try to fill this void with material goods.” Nations composed of interlinked and rooted families are inferior, in marketing logic, to nations of transient homosexual couples with two incomes and no children. Against the rise of consumerism, Langella calls for a resurgence in activism in areas that are now seen as old-fashioned — like protest against work on Sundays. Pointing to the number of days off work during the Middle Ages (around 190 a year) due to feast days and religious events, Langella argues that reclaiming even one day of the week from consumerism would be a foothold in the struggle that would at least make Catholic activists appear “more credible.” As things stand, Western youth are in chaotic rebellion against all forms of Tradition since “Capitalism encourages young people to rebel against all authority except one: money.” He closes the chapter by remarking:

The arrival of this liquid society, composed of human beings with barely any willpower, is the anthropological sine qua non for the development of the liberal economy. … This is why, everywhere they can, with the complicity of their Left-wing proxies in education and culture, the hyper-nomads propagate the ideology of multiculturalism. And when people like the Serbs try to resist, “humanitarian” bombs rain down upon them. For as a last resort, there always remains armed force to impose through fire and tears what they could not achieve with advertising and moral lessons.

The book’s powerful third chapter, “The Migration Hurricane and the Church,” offers an unflinching look at the Catholic response to the waves of mass migration into Europe that has accelerated since 2015. Langella stresses that we are witnessing an ongoing colonisation of Europe, “for this is indeed an immigration of settlement.” The author posits three main causes of the migration wave: “globalist ideology as a consequence of the Enlightenment and Jacobin Republicanism; the need for a servile labour force, encouraged by the liberal desire to abolish borders; and the dependency promoted by the welfare state.” Faced with this trifecta, and in a pattern witnessed throughout the West, the French “Right” “has always been the first to betray the French people. Large corporate interest in cheap labour and international Marxism go hand in hand to promote a world without borders where the rule of money can extend without limit.” This combined power has been catastrophic, with one ancient village in the Loire region consisting of 188 inhabitants subjected to a dumping of 100 immigrants (in effect, a total destruction of the life of the village) in the name of “population distribution” to areas “without housing shortages.” In “disgusting displays of cynicism,” Big Capital has been propagandizing such new values while crushing native employment, with Uber running campaigns to collect clothing and toys for illegal immigrants while ruining local cab drivers, and Starbucks announcing their intention to employ 10,000 refugees. For Langella,

This is the typical liberal double-game: on one hand, fracture the workers by exacerbating competition among them, and on the other, acquire a brand image in supporting the current humanitarian cause. It’s a win-win for them in terms of profitability and moral reputation.

Following this discussion is a very disturbing exploration of anti-White activity in France, culminating in an exploration of the rape of French women by migrants. Some of the stories are among the most horrific that I’ve encountered, and there’s no benefit in my repeating them here. The predictable result of this endless ethnic crime has been a form of White flight, and the rise of ethnic segregation in France. As Langella puts it, “You can eliminate land borders all you want; ethnic borders will remain. … We are witnessing genuine ethnic division on French territory.” Langella, to his great credit, always retains a grander vision, and is always at pains to avoid degenerating into a Counter-Jihad caricature, which to be honest is something that I, in my ignorance of Langella and his activism, expected prior to actually reading his text. This broader vision is exemplified when the author finally reaches the subject of Islamic terrorism toward the middle of the chapter, where he concludes: “Islamism is the tree that hides the forest: the true cause of the attack in Paris was immigration.” I couldn’t agree more.

From here Langella moves to a discussion of Church attitudes to mass migration. Setting out his case, Langella argues that the Church “does not have a political program, but she offers a moral framework.” The Church’s record in activism on behalf of refugees and migrants is, however, very mixed. In 1914, Pope Benedict XV instituted the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, but this was primarily in response to the Armenian genocide, and was not “a justification of immigration in itself.” A “migrant” in the ecclesiastical language of the time, was always assumed to be fleeing genuine persecution, rather than being an immigrant in a general sense. Over time, argues Abbot Guillaume, the Church has passed from a teaching of duty of charity to the oppressed to the “ideological value of immigration as an absolute.” For Abbot Guillaume and Langella, this is a heresy that essentially posits immigration as “a trampoline for the Second Coming,” and is “profoundly anti-Christian.” Both point to the “universal destination of goods” as “the foundation of the Catholic critique of capitalism.” This idea always posits that social actions must always take place within the context of uplifting the common good. This “Common Good,” argues Langella, should be the compass of political action and is infinitely more important than “diversity.” He cites Pope John Paul II as saying the right to emigrate “should be regulated because applying this right in an uncontrolled way can be dangerous and harmful to the common good of the communities welcoming the migrants.” Pope Benedict XVI, meanwhile, asserted that “States have the right to regulate migratory flows and to defend their borders.”

Langella then moves to a discussion of “the elusive Pope Francis.” Langella is probably correct in stressing that due to media distortions, especially the media’s desire to portray Francis as a Leftist Pope with relaxed attitudes on gays and open arms for migrants, a full picture of the current Pope’s ideological positions is more difficult than usual to discern. That being said, Langella critiques Francis for being intentionally ambiguous, and for “offering to journalists on a platter” an ambiguity that has led to him becoming “the darling of the intellectual Left.” Langella further criticizes the Pope for “improperly appealing to emotion, and more often in favour of illegal immigrants rather than those who pay the price of accepting the migrants, though no one ever asked if the latter wanted to do so.” The author also sees validity in claims that Francis has shown “indifference towards the victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants” and “a certain disdain for Europeans as well as a kind of preference for the migrant.” Langella is clear:

Pope Francis is more than ever a pope of images and gestures. He knows the media impact of a good phrase, a good word. The Pope likes to disarm his interlocutors. Not to detract from his refreshing spontaneity, but we have to recognise that he is a “good customer,” as they say in the trade.

Faced with such a situation, Langella offers common sense to his fellow Catholics: “The Pope is not infallible when he discusses social questions. … We can — with prudence — criticise the political speech of the Pope if it hurts the common good.” Closing the chapter, Langella appeals to the writings of a host of cardinals that support the right to strong borders and oppose the globalist project of mass migration. In the meantime, Langella suggests waiting for a shift in leadership rather than encouraging division in the Church, opining that “the best way to save the position of the Pope is to refrain from commenting on it.” I don’t agree, but then I’m not Catholic and I will concede that Langella may have a better appreciation of the situation.

The fourth, and in my view most interesting, chapter of the book is titled “What To Do?” As you might expect, it’s a program of action. The first step is to attempt to change terminology, or the interpretation of it. Langella stresses that “migrant/refugee” is a piece of terminology designed to inculcate sympathy where it is not deserved. What most of these foreigners want is not safety but “comfort and modernity. What they wanted was superfluous shiny objects.” Europeans must strip themselves of sentimentalism, of a love devoid of truth. For Langella, most Black and Middle Eastern migrants are mere cowards seeking luxury, and this is the vision of these foreigners that he believes must become endemic among Europeans if a genuine sea-change in attitudes is to take place.

The next step is the return to fundamental notions of homeland as “a bridge between God and men, a gateway between Heaven and earth.” This ecological outlook locates Man firmly inside his habitat, in opposition to liberal anthropocentrism which places Man above all, and in opposition also to “Deep Ecology” (see the work of Pentti Linkola) that posits Man as an animal no higher than any other. In Langella’s view of a Christian ecology, Man’s culture and traditions and his age-old links to the soil are as worthy of preservation as the habitat itself, reversing the trend of deranged leftists to campaign on behalf of endangered squirrels while entire villages are handed over to foreign peoples.

The third step is the fostering of genuine European unity based on common ethnic and cultural feeling rather than on strictly economic and military interests. What Langella proposes is a “European policy of rootedness” resembling the Visigrad Group (Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary) which together has been described as “the most secure region on the continent.”

The fourth step is a reversal of the endless quest for increased GDP which has contributed to an “evident form of moral underdevelopment.” Langella is opposed to international finance and posits a return to forms of corporate social financial order resembling the medieval guilds based on local self-sufficiency and accountability. Explaining this turn to Localism, Langella explains:

It is not the extreme Left-wing globalists who are inciting migratory flows, it’s not even the No Border types who help illegal immigrants to cross the borders. It’s global industrial capitalism. The sole alternative to global uprooting is localism. We don’t need to make everyone in the world a farmer, but we do need to allow people to have food sovereignty, which is also economic and political sovereignty. In other words, we must give them back their dignity. This is the best antidote to uprooting.

Finally, Langella moves to the ethnically foreign population residing in France. He asserts that assimilation is an unachievable myth, and that France is not merely an “idea” but a biological reality that is under threat. The only real response, he argues, is forceful repatriation. Here there is no room for sentimentality: “Mass immigration is a cancer. … It is a profound injustice. … It’s a collective kidnapping. It’s murder. They’re killing us.” Repatriation should begin with a return to the law of blood and the end of birthright citizenship, along with a moratorium on labor migration and a ban on family reunification. This would be swiftly followed by the non-renewal of residence permits with automatic deportation at the end of their period of validity. All construction of non-Christian places of worship would cease. All Islamists would then be targeted for systematic expulsion “to the country of their family history.” After this, specialist units of the police and army should be employed in the rapid and massive forceful removal of foreign populations: “Without a show of force on our part, a general explosion will be imposed on us at any rate, because multiculturalism carries within it the seeds for war like clouds carry the storm.”

Prior to this sequence of events, Langella advocates the building of networks of the ethnically aware in rural France, where localism can be seeded and where defense zones can be efficiently constructed. This will be necessary because “France has learned well that from now on, the state is its enemy and that, despite our calls for unity, the police will never side with us.” He therefore advocates the attitude of the partisan, described by Carl Schmitt as someone who “defends a piece of land for which he has a native attachment,” and whose primary strength is “his bond with the land, with the native population, and with the geographic configuration of the country, mountains, forests, jungle, or desert.” Langella expects no sudden collapse of the System, and is prepared to play the long game.

I have to admit that the book’s fifth chapter, “Fall and Reconquest,” struck a bum note with me, and it would have been my preference, had I been editor, to have omitted it entirely. The entire chapter is a re-run of the Book of Maccabees, which Langella offers as a blueprint of reconquest for us to follow. It didn’t resonate with me at all, or indeed with the approach of the rest of the book, and its inclusion continues to baffle me. The book closes with a somewhat poetic two-page conclusion, the central message of which is that we must “kill the bourgeois inside us” and engage in a “crusade of an integral and permanent love. An eternal fire in our heart, a feast of every moment and of every day.”

Julien Langella is to be commended for producing an impassioned, and often furious, message from a dying France. Some bum notes and petty criticisms aside, there is much here to enthuse and enrage the committed Catholic, and to educate and inspire the non-Catholic. Of course, I could critique the lack of engagement with Jewish matters, but I think it’s already a minor miracle, given France’s array of harsh speech laws, that he ever managed to publish this remarkable work. I think Julien Langella is a very intelligent and capable activist who needs no reminding of the influence of certain elements in the tragedy unfolding for his nation. My demand for total honesty, in this instance, therefore wavers somewhat at the prison gates that inevitably loom in France for anyone daring to question that which lies behind so many of the labels (globalists, nomadic oligarchs, etc.) employed in this very mature text.

I’d be dishonest if I didn’t mention that the total collapse of Catholic Church credibility, much of it mired in seemingly endless sex abuse scandals, hasn’t contributed in some part to the massive swing to the Left in nations like Ireland. I don’t think it’s the sole cause, of course, and I believe at least some of these scandals have become a kind of media meme for a reason, but I do believe that the Catholic Church has a credibility issue to address before it can in any way become a focal point for the ethnic revival of its faithful. But, to Langella’s credit, he appears to be planning for a Catholic revival somewhat outside the Church. This strikes me as eminently sensible. For the record, my own experiences in France are limited to a couple of trips to Paris, some seven years apart. The first was disappointing, the second utterly heartbreaking, as I witnessed some of the world’s most beautiful sites and streets sunk in the degradation and filth of mass migration. I sincerely wish Julien Langella the very best of luck in his quest to redeem his homeland for his people and indeed his God.

(Republished from The Occidental Observer by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Would he be happy in a society in which homosexuals and trannies demand and have the right to tech infants at school their beliefs, in which the media is controlled by minority groups, in which the country is run by the super rich greed merchants through corrupt politicians so long as they are white? I doubt it very much and that is why I cannot buy into race only arguments.

    “it’s a powerful apologetic for prejudice, with Langella asserting that “refusing prejudice is a moral blackmail, a weapon of intimidation against Europeans who are disgusted with invasion-migration. … In forbidding us from exercising the virtue of prejudice, the globalists want to force us to consent to our own disappearance under the wave of the Great Replacement.”

    I remember a time when gay went something very different from today, i.e. before white meant black and vice versa. The young Auberon Waugh once said to his father Evelyn “I have a prejudice”. His father replied “exppain” and to which he answered “I cannot because it is a prejudice”. Today what is irrational is the norm.

    It’s all lining up with even a Pope Satan. I am not sure how to explain the current predicament but it looks as if we are all witnessing a kind of personal apocalypse.

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  2. Lot says:

    “ I could critique the lack of engagement with Jewish matters”

    This is the best sign of a serious and effective nationalist engaged in politics, not anonposting online. For example, Orban.

    • LOL: 3g4me
  3. It is human nature to be emotionally attached to the religion of your childhood, of your ancestors, of your inherited culture

    But that religion is, for billions, a Jewish creation serving Jewish interests, as Jewish writer Marcus Eli Ravage (1884-1965) openly informed us –

    The Abrahamic religions of Christianity and Islam, both Jewish projects which destroyed more indigenous cultures … they are tools of advancing Jewish power by creating religions with a cult of Jews and Judaism, which goyim are led into serving, using psy-op tools such as the horrid ‘eternal torture hell’ terrorism

    To make escape from Abrahamism difficult, Jews in the West have also sought to create ‘Jew-Bu’, paths of access to Buddhism dominated by Jewish figures, and have also built links to Hinduism, convincing many of India’s Hindus that ‘Jews also deal with a Muslim problem’ so Jews are their ‘natural allies’

    It seems a doomed and self-undermining project to try to lure people back into Pope Francis’ Christianity as helping ‘solve’ anything in the cultural wars, or as helpfully fulfilling the genuine need for religion and spirituality

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  4. Peläez says:

    The Reconquista is a period in the history of the Iberian Peninsula, spanning approximately 770 years, between the initial Umayyad conquest of Hispania in the 710s and the fall of the Emirate of Granada, the last Islamic state on the peninsula, to expanding Christian kingdoms in 1492.
    https://courses.lumenlearning.com/suny-hccc-worldhistory/chapter/the-reconquista/

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  5. Peläez says:
    @Peläez

    How the 1571 Battle of Lepanto saved Europe
    MICHAEL NOVAK
    For those who know little history, today’s battle with the Islamic State in the Middle East may seem new and unprecedented. It is not.
    https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/history/how-the-1571-battle-of-lepanto-saved-europe.html

  6. anon[153] • Disclaimer says:

    The Libertarians have the right idea. The higher-IQ, including Whites, need to have more kids over several generations. They’ve been saying that for decades.

    To the bedrooms, moderates and conservatives!

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    , @ivan
  7. Ghali says:

    The Book does not deserve a review, let alone by someone like A. Joyce. It is a book based on distortions of reality and hostility towards dark-skin people.
    The overwhelming majority of migrants fleeing their homelands because of AngloZionist and French wars of aggression. For example, Syrians and Iraqis did not give a damn about “luxury” and “comfort” in Europe before their countries were destroyed by U.S.-led and French aggression. We all know, France and the U.S. are the leading perpetrators of the war on Syria. With their allies (including Turkey, Qatar, Israel, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Britain, etc. etc.) trained, armed and financed ISIS and al-Qaeda in Syria. Like Iraqis, Syrians were forced to flee their homelands because of AngloZionist aggression supported by the racist J. Langella.
    In Africa where the French army (including the Foreign Legion) is terrorising the people in Libya, the Congo, Mali and elsewhere. The French regime committed heinous war crimes and massacres against defenceless Africans. The people had nowhere to go, but to take the deadly Mediterranean crossing to “safety”. People had nowhere to go, but to take the deadly Mediterranean crossing to “safety”. Of course, there is no “safety”. European forces (mercenaries) continue to force migrants and refugees to drown in the Mediterranean Sea. In 2020, more than 1,000 died at sea. The Mediterranean is turned into an African graveyard because of European brutal policy supported by Langella and his ilk. If Langella has the courage, he should write against the US-led and French aggression around the world that forcing people to flee their homelands and die in attempts to cross the Mediterranean to “safety”, which never exists even if they succeed.
    .

  8. Peläez says:
    @Peläez

    Historians state the battle marked the turning point in the Ottoman–Habsburg wars, a 300-year struggle between the Holy Roman and Ottoman Empires. During the 16 years following the battle, the Austrian Habsburgs gradually recovered and dominated southern Hungary and Transylvania, which had been largely cleared of Ottoman forces.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Vienna

  9. A rich trick: divide and conquer. Doesn’t take a whole book to say it.

  10. This all began on Bush and Blair’s watch. USA needed a constrant war and the poor are forced out and then arrive as guilty party while the CEO of Martin Marietta slurps his martini with a big pay bonus.

  11. Rocha says:

    The Catholic Church is heretical since Vatican II when the dogmas of the Faith concerning salvation were denied. The so-called traditional sects deny the same dogmas and are additionally heretical in their puritanism and apocalyptic obsessions which are gnostic heresies.
    I was fortunate enough to have been catechised before Vatican II and I am a witness to the fact that the doctrine of EENS was universally accepted by all Catholics at the time and the martyrs are witnesses to the historical belief in the doctrine.
    It is my belief that the Catholic Faith was destroyed by the adoption of the two American heresies of Liberalism and Puritanism. The main Church adopted Liberalism and the traditional sects attracted the Pharisees. Perhaps now with the decline of the American Empire the Faith can be rediscovered and Europe reassert herself.
    Belloc wrote that the Faith Is is Europe and Europe is the Faith. With the denial of the Faith at Vatican II, Europe’s fate was sealed.

    • Replies: @Lambs Servant
  12. Levtraro says:

    To link the survival of the White race in Europe to Christianity, a religion originated in North Africa 2k yrs ago in a backward tribe of charlatans, is a losing strategy. This religion encourages kissing the feet of all coming to Europe, this is well-known.

    In addition, most christians are not White. There are over 500 million christians in Africa, ~300 million in Asia, over 500 million in Latin America, most of them Catholic, so it should be obvious to all that promoting Christianity and Catholicism will keep on flooding places like France with sub-saharan Blacks and North African Browns.

    The White race became the most intelligent, productive and creative class of humans after leaving behind the North African cult of Jesus the Jew in the Renaissance, to instead follow reason, science, and mathematics. What is needed to stop and revert the Great Replacement is to deepen the research and internalize the results of biological studies of the human races. What is needed is to progress more into European secularism and rationalism, not to regress back into the North African superstition.

  13. Rocha says:

    Andrew Joyce may not have a Catholic ancestor until the Reformation but his ancestors for at least 900 years before that were probably Catholics as is the case for most Europeans.
    A good book to read about the deleterious effects of the so glorified Reformation is the History of the Reformation in England and Ireland by William Cobbet, a Protestant.

    • Replies: @Jake
  14. Vojkan says:

    Bernard-Henri Lévy, to whom “anything French is repugnant”, said this about his role in the war of aggression against Libya:

    “I have borne as a standard my fidelity to my name and my fidelity to zionism and Israel. […] It is as a Jew that I have taken part in that political endeavour, that I have contributed to define activist fronts, that I have contributed to devise a strategy and tactics for my country and for another. […] I wouldn’t have done it if I hadn’t been Jewish”.

    Well, the aversion is reciprocal.

    • Replies: @ivan
  15. Vojkan says:

    For the record, my own experiences in France are limited to a couple of trips to Paris, some seven years apart.

    Paris is as French as London is English or New York is American.

  16. BADmejr says:

    The issue of the great replacement that is occurring throughout the Western world is one in which those of us who wish to preserve our unique peoples of European heritage is a difficult one. On the one hand, the identitarian movements all have a wealth of literature explaining the problems that exist and our eventual fate if we do nothing. Depending on various laws against free speech, most contain some version of the necessary answer as to “why this is happening,” as merely explaining that the Great Replacement exists demands such an answer in order to make sense to those just beginning to accept the problem exists at all.

    I very much support the proposing of solutions to these problems, as there is no obvious or even possible one size fits all answer in the modern world that ensures our continued existence and rebuilding of our strength. The only fortunate thing is the Jewish brain of the octopus that is our enemy has obtained so many arms (non-Jewish allies), it has lost some of its ability to maintain control of its goals while keeping their works just out of sight of normie majorities they seek to destroy. This is fostering at least a partial awakening in the masses, or at least a notion that something is quite wrong with the direction of society.

    It seems necessary to wake the masses, but only a small percentage have the intellect necessary to grasp the entirety of the truth and even less knowledge as where to direct the rage such knowledge naturally elicits, particularly in a world in which the masses live most of their lives in the false digital portrayal of “reality,” which, in essence, makes it become reality if enough minds see it that way.

    The masses are followers by nature, so the seclusion felt in holding beliefs so contrary to what is portrayed as mainstream naturally keeps them silent. Virtually no European derived person wants to be vilified mercilessly as not just wrong but evil based on Talmudic morals so successfully imposed on society.

    If I have a point here at all, it is that a whole lot of what we are doing is preaching to the choir. Most normies with the intellect necessary to understand the truth AND having the drive to spend the (often) years needed to grasp a sufficient part of it are already with us. What we need is access to power; the same power that our enemies gained over generations of marching through our institutions and turning them to their will. It is not in me to ever give up, so that will not happen. However, it does seem the odds are so well stacked against us that we have little chance of saving our racial brothers and cousins that make up “whites,” let alone every unique white ethnicity merely by our own efforts. This is going to require, perhaps, some combination of luck, overreach by our enemies, acts of God/nature, and a level of strength, honor, courage, and loyalty to our own (which begins with a STRONG love of one’s own family and posterity) that appears to be increasingly lacking with each new generation (albeit with pockets of hope in each too). No doubt, we have our work cut out for us, and we ALL need to do our part AND remain united in our love for our people and a desire to thwart the future our common enemies have planned for us. Hope is the force that can drive us to superhuman accomplishments that see us succeed in the face of terrible odds.

    • Thanks: St-Germain, KenR
  17. GeeBee says:
    @brabantian

    My only doubt regarding Ravage is that his Commissary to the Gentiles (if I recall the title of his little monograph aright) is rather too open about the Jewish origins and purpose of the Christ myth. He begins by listing the ‘Jewish secrets’, regarding which, he informs us, all Jews tremble to think that the goyim might have discovered, but then admits that they just laugh when all that the goyim can come up with are examples such as usurious Jewish finance and Jewish Bolshevism. So why does he immediately go on to admit to, and indeed, explain ‘their greatest secret’ (by which he means the Jewish psy-op that is Christianity) for all to see? None the less, I believe that he was onto something and his almost one hundred year-old work is a ‘must read’ for all on the Dissident Right.

    That aside, when Andrew Joyce here cites Langella, who ‘makes the argument that “De-Christianisation and the Great Replacement go hand in hand,”’ he is being either naïve or disingenuous. As he must surely know, the opposite is the case. The only form of Christianity that has seen any dramatic collapse in recent decades is that which takes place inside the churches. The form that prevails outside – what we might think of as a foris-ecclesia variety – is today totally hegemonic, at least in the West. Or in other words, the entire toxic and destructive litany of Christian axiology is alive and thriving in its new home, which is to say the modern manifestation of socialism that Christian axiology informs and undergirds, namely today’s hegemonic Neo-Liberalism.

    Cesar Tort is, if I might mischievously invoke John the Baptist’s phrase, a voice crying in the wilderness in this regard. His remarkable blog has this as its central theme. I link to the current page of it for any who might not be aware of its existence:

    https://chechar.wordpress.com/2021/01/03/wewelsburg-castle/

    • Replies: @saggy
    , @Seraphim
    , @Adûnâi
  18. Al Liguori says: • Website

    Bergoglio cannot be the Pope of a Church to which he does not belong. http://judaism.is/st.-francis-on-francis.html

    After all, Jorge is just another Chasid. https://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.com/2017/12/the-rebbe-explains-hasidic-stratagem-of.html

  19. “TradCath”, “historical Catholic literature”???!!!!
    Are you serious? If you can browse the pages on this webzine you can find a lot of “historical Catholic literature” made by the Vatican which is forgeries on top of forgeries.
    On the other hand, at the top of the most well known French University “Sorbonne” at their Doctorate commission they can grant you a doctorate and at the same time not agree with you, especially if you are revealing historical truth that would put the Catholics and the Vatican itself at a disadvantage. But what can you expect from “putain Francaise”?
    You killed and cut the tree you were sitting on and now you pretend to be aghast?

    It is time for you to know thyself, at least it will be instructive.

  20. Seraphim says:
    @Ghali

    It remain a mystery why the ”overwhelming majority of migrants fleeing their homelands because of French wars of aggression” flock to France for ‘safety’ although is full of racists like Langella.

    • Agree: Lost American
    • LOL: ivan
    • Replies: @Lost American
  21. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    When it comes down to life or death of a group, just about any program that offers victory will be accepted. The groups that actually get victory will retain the program. Note that the Treaty of
    Westphalia essentially defined a state with the same command structure as an army — the prince had absolute control over all use of violence, and determined the legal religion of everybody in his territory. This last could be considered as a holdover from the mono-religious armies of the 30 Years War.
    Fortunately, the states so defined had limited military / manpower resources, had to finance their own wars, and could not field the mass armies of the 30 Years War. It helped that the new linear vs. mass firearms tactics strongly favored the linear (low manpower) approach. The global system held together, but, well, that was in large part luck.

    And you could say much the same thing about post-Napoleonic Wars or post WW II Western society.

    So, along comes Julien Langella (JL) and Catholic & Identitarian: From Protest to Reconquest. JL presents a workable program (never mind the fine points) to a group that is so distressed that it could form the Yellow Vest actions, and so treated by an incompetent, lying, hostile government that it clearly has no say whatsoever. Further, JL presents this program right before a major financial bubble popping, which will increase economic hardship.

    My, my. What could possibly happen? Analogies to supersaturated solutions, or supercooled liquids, anybody?

    Could this spread to the rest of the West?

    Well, do the same conditions occur in the rest of the West? Any remarks in the US about “hard Federalism,” for example? Any German riots in Germany?

  22. Dumbo says:
    @anon

    Really? And how many kids does the average “high IQ libertarian” have? I think, not too many. Especially because of their individualistic beliefs.

    High fertility is rarely selective for intelligence.

    The best way to increase nativity of whites would be through old-style religion and old-style farming living, and banning contraception. The Amish have lots of kids. Catholics until the 60s had no problem procreating and having large families until then. Urban living, secularism and too much education are the biggest “baby-killers.” Of course, there is also the destruction of the family and all that.

    • Agree: ivan
  23. Jake says:
    @brabantian

    Saying that Traditional/historic Christianity is a “Jewish creation serving Jewish interests” is very much like claiming that the Crucifix is a Dracula creation serving Vampiric interests. It is absurd.

    It is true that, as has been grasped by a number of French thinkers, that Islam was born out of Gnostic Judaism mixed with Gnostic Arabic Christian heresy and then mixed again with some elments of widespread Arabic paganism, and orthodox Jews have always found it easy to use Islam as a major weapon against Christ and Christendom.

    It also is true that the entire Reformation was a series of Judaizing heresy notions, with Anglo-Saxon Puritanism becoming THE vehicle to take Judaizing heresy and planting it around the globe.

    But those truths are the opposite of your absurd claim.

    • Agree: ivan, Seraphim
    • Replies: @anon
    , @anonymous
  24. Talha says:
    @Ghali

    Like Iraqis, Syrians were forced to flee their homelands because of AngloZionist aggression supported by the racist J. Langella.

    Well it is pretty obvious that masses of boat people from the Middle East and North Africa didn’t just magically appear before the bombing and invasion and/or destabilization of Iraq, Syria and Libya. However, did Langella support those ventures? I don’t see any evidence in the article (perhaps I might have missed it) for this conclusion. He may be putting the cart before the horse, but I don’t see him toeing the Neocon line.

    Peace.

  25. Jake says:
    @Rocha

    Cobbett’s focus was economic effects, and he understood that the Reformation in England made the rich much richer and the poor definitely more poor, including reducing many people we would have seen as ‘middle class land-owning farmers’ to near beggary and previously ‘profitable’ landless tenant farmers to actual beggary, including outlawed eviction and life permanently on the road. It effected that while also fostering the centralization of government, which combined with the huge wealth centralization created widespread tyranny never known before. Even Henry VII’s Star Chamber was a minor league abuse of jurisprudence and basic justice compared to what became normalized under the aged Henry VIII, which was far less abusive, far less monstrous, than what Elizabethan England operated across the realm.

    And the most important part of the English Reformation is that it culminated in a Judaizing heresy, Anglo-Saxon Puritanism, taking control and thereby forging Modern English character and culture according to heretical Judaizing ideas. Archetypal WASP Oliver Cromwell made all that manifest in making the deal with Jewish bankers. From the start of WASP Empire, Jewish bankers have been indispensable.

    • Replies: @ivan
    , @Rocha
    , @Peläez
  26. @brabantian

    But that religion is, for billions, a Jewish creation serving Jewish interests, as Jewish writer Marcus Eli Ravage (1884-1965) openly informed us –

    Maybe so. But this French philosopher is certainly not promoting any quasi-religious Jewish subversion and revanchism. He is crafting a plausible last-ditch defense of his beleaguered homeland, once upon a time called The First Daughter of the Church.

    Moreover, he has apparently taken great pains to underpin his arguments with unadulterated Catholic moral philosophy — not with bizarre tribal legends from the Old Testament that have been bandied about from the pulpits ever since the ecumenical confusion of Vatican II.

    The towering source of the Catholic moral philosophy is the fusion of the teachings of Aquinas and Aristotle. Commenters who may mainly be interested in critizing religion in general and the Catholic Church in particular really ought to give the writer and the book a break on that score because the viral post-modern notions they deplore are a real threat to us all. I for one agree entirely with the thrust of Langella’s well founded proposals.

    • Agree: Mefobills
  27. Of course, I could critique the lack of engagement with Jewish matters…

    Surely Langella was referring to the filthy kike in the following sentence:

    “These elites comprise a “nomadic oligarchy” that treats Europeans like sub-humans “and the rest of the world like replacement livestock.”

  28. Read Joseph Atwill’s Caesar’s Messiah which postulates rather well that Jesus never actually existed
    and was clearly a false flag op by the Roman Court perpetrated on the Jews during the 100 year war.
    Things seem to have worked then much as they do now.

  29. Return to “Christianity” or Catholicism is not the answer.

    — Ditch the tag “white”. I am not white. My ethnic roots are not white, they are European and French.

    — Ditch the Byebull. I’m willing to bet more Americans have a bible in their home than have a dictionary. I’m willing to be that most Americans have ONLY a Hebrew-Christian bible in their home and no other book. That has to change.

    — People whose ethnic origins are European and French (or Irish, German, Italian, etc.) MUST learn the history of their people, and also their myths and fairy tales.

    — Do not read bastardized versions of your ethnicity’s history and myths to your children. Make the effort to find and learn and pass on to your children the authentic stories.

    • Replies: @obvious
  30. @Ghali

    Classic deflection, the fact is most of France’s current non-European population are descended from or are migrants who arrived during the 1960s from North Africa. Likewise in the UK, most nonwhites are from the Carribbean, African West Coast and the Indian Subcontinent and arrived before these wars were a thing.

    Hostility towards dark-skinned folk is entirely a result of their behaviours, of course you are an invasion apologist, so why would you care?

    There seems to have been an implicit deal made between Jews and Muslims (Muslims are basically just Jews anyway, both mutilate genitals and slit the throats of their meat animals), the rage of Muslims against the Israeli treatment of Palestinians is assuaged by letting these Muslims migrate to Western lands and more or less defecating on the native European populations, constantly crying about how they were oppressed and deflecting by citing Zionism.

    And by the way, most Syrians who came to Europe were cowards who didn’t want to fight, during the second world war, millions of Britons did not flee despite the cruelest of privation, Langella is right, these are not poor and tired masses, but cowards who are attracted by shiny things that their own people do not have the capacity to build for themselves.

  31. @Rocha

    I would not say that the Catholic Church is heretical after Vatican II. I would say that there are some members of the clergy that hold heretical idea though. Why is the Church not heretical after Vatican II? Why is it’s doctrine intact despite some of the ramblings of it’s clergy? It is because of the promise that Our Lord made to her, namely, “that the gates of hell will not prevail” and the promise that He made to send the Holy Ghost to guide the Church. The Church will prevail even though it is going through some rough waters now.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  32. ivan says:
    @Vojkan

    He is supposed to be France’s greatest philosopher. A title that is also bestowed on the likes of Derrida. This is another one of the running jokes the Jews play on the goyim. They declare each other the greatest in a particular field, And if anyone were to point out otherwise, they bury him in a tonne of verbiage.

    • Replies: @Vojkan
  33. @Peläez

    Tours, Lepanto, the Reconquista, Malta, Wien…the repulse of Islam was a long struggle on multiple fronts.
    Today’s political Islam was the creation of western intelligence agencies with Saudi connivance to attack the USSR and nationalist/fascist states such as Syria and Iraq. The schemes of the revanchist Pole Brzezinksi cast many ripples across our own time.

    • Agree: ivan, Peläez
  34. ivan says:
    @anon

    All of this would have been moot, unnecessary had the West followed the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church on divorce and birth control. Almost single-handly the Pope and the Catholic Church in the sixties and seventies opposed artificial birth control and divorce. If your issue is the low birth rate, then look no further than the deviation from the Church’s teachings. Francis is just an outlier and showman, the previous Pope Benedict though was utterly serious when he spoke of the mood in Europe unwelcoming to children. These things take a while to show up. It was the mistakes and blunders committed in the 60s and 70s that have come home to roost.

    • Thanks: St-Germain
  35. geokat62 says:

    but promoted especially by hostile elites…

    Langella cites as one example the Jew Bernard-Henri Levy who once wrote: “Everything that’s local, berets, butter, bagpipes, in short anything French, is foreign to us, even repugnant. … I like race-mixing and I hate nationalism.”

    I’m glad the topic of hostile elites was not completely overlooked.

    So, BHL says he likes race-mixing and hates nationalism? Does this mean he’s in favour of race-mixing for his own people and he hates Zionism?

    The author posits three main causes of the migration wave:

    He left out the fourth and most important… The conviction promulgated by Jewish Supremacists to achieve Never again! by saying goodbye to “blood and soil” and hello to “multiculti.”

    • Replies: @Vojkan
  36. ivan says:
    @Jake

    Cobbett basically tore the Whig history of England to shreds. After reading him I began to understand that when it comes to propaganda the Communists have nothing on the Proddies.

    • Replies: @Rocha
  37. @Talha

    This is a crucial point you’re making; France could easily have managed placeds like west Africa from a remove and traded fo cocoa or palm oil or tin or whatever at a reasonable advantage with the locals. But the modality and tenor of French colonialism is well enough known that the current state of affairs was literally inevitable. The French made every African and Arab a citizen of France. In 1912, the average Camerounian did not have the means to move to Paris-and there was no shortage of impoverished white French to work in the mines and factories. But when the Camerounian’s grandson moves there now, he’s already fully equipped with the language and the all-important historical grievance to demand his share of the place. Plus the knowledge that it’s fashionable amongst the local women to ball black guys. Dude’s got it made! If you’re Camerounian or Senegalese or Malian, there’s no downside to this.
    Europe is seeing the results of the idiotic colonial policies of Britain and France coupled with the trendy socialism of the post WW2 period.

  38. Rocha says:
    @Jake

    But he emphasised the fact that England was Catholic for 900 years before the Reformation and is sarcastic about the pretensions of the Anglican clergy. I hadn’t realised that the workhouse system which lasted in England until the 1960s was the Elizabethan answer to the destruction of the monasteries and the tremendous increase in crime and criminality that was also a consequence of the Reformation.

    • Replies: @ivan
  39. Rocha says:
    @Peläez

    Queen Elizabeth I refused the Pope’s invitation to join forces in defending Europe. She preferred to send her Navy to gang up with the Ottomans to plunder the Spanish ships in the Mediterranean.

    • Agree: Peläez
    • Replies: @ivan
  40. Rocha says:
    @ivan

    Agree and should be essential reading for anyone claiming to defend western civilisation.

  41. “Against the organic community, “it has become fashionable in the media to question identity, to stigmatise attachment to soil and traditions.”

    Would the same apply to Jews and Israel?

    “The Abbot (Guillaume de Tanoüarn) closes his Preface with the wish that “the ideology of globalism, as all ideologies, will one day explode like a bubble in response to the urgency of natural politics.””

    How soon will the ideology of Zionism explode?

    “Langella makes the argument that “De-Christianisation and the Great Replacement go hand in hand,” with Western spirituality, if it exists at all, now being replaced by “an obsession with ‘well-being,’ a kind of Westernized Buddhism” (which I have demonstrated elsewhere is heavily Jewish) and “the cult of the god Consumerism.””

    Is the “Westernized Buddhism” a trojan horse to undermine the West, i.e. White Christians, by the cunning Odysseus (Jews)?

  42. saggy says:
    @GeeBee

    ‘A Real Case Against the Jews’ and ‘Commissary to the Gentiles’ are available online at
    https://4.0-chan.ru/assets/images/src/9e89e20895624db6ab4d7e553de34456bf108e3a.pdf

    “We are intruders. We are disturbers. We are subverters.
    We have taken your natural world, your ideals, you destiny,
    and played havoc with them.”

    • Replies: @ivan
  43. “I sincerely wish Julien Langella the very best of luck in his quest to redeem his homeland for his people and indeed his God.”

    If his people are not your people (White Christians), his homeland not your homeland (all traditional White Christian lands) and his God not your God (the God), then what are you going on about?

  44. anon[127] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jake

    the Islam of the umayyad caliphate onward shows signs of jewish infiltration, however the way in which muhammad and abu bakr thru ali lived shows no signs of any jewish or christian influence at all.

    • Replies: @HA
  45. Susie Q says:

    I sympathize with the French predicament, however, I am an American and Not Catholic.

    The United States is clearly rooted in Puritanism and Anglicanism, though the Anglican Church was disestablished during the American Revolution.

    The Catholic Church has done great harm to American identity, even more so than the Jews .

    It was the Catholic Church who lobbied to have the King James Bible removed from public schools .

    This is why, in my high school World Literature class I read such things as “Siddhartha ” by Herman Hesse instead of the Biblical stories of Moses, King David, or Christ.

    I should add, that the Catholic Church had no problem excommunicating legitimate reformers such as Martin Luther, but then somehow is unable to excommunicate black nationalists ( who are also Catholics) such as Marcus Garvey or Nicole Hannah Jones of the 1619 Project, people who deliberately cause division amongst Catholics, and Christians in general!

    What a profound mystery!

    Even the Catholic Church’s promotion of the Our Lady of Guadalupe is an extreme insult to my Puritan ancestors.

    The US Mexico border is referred to as the Guadalupe Hildago line for a reason. She needs to stay on the other side of the border!

  46. Rocha says:

    Your Puritan ancestors were once Catholic!
    The first people to colonise the Americas were Catholics.
    I as a Catholic am extremely insulted by the Puritans corrupting the Bible that was compiled by the Catholic Church and preserved for a thousand years by monks copying it faithfully by hand until the invention of the printing press for it to be deformed by avaricious, sex mad monk who threw out the bits that he didn’t care for.
    Read the History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland by William Cobbett to understand the destruction you Puritans were responsible for.
    The fruits of the Reformation were the legalization of usury, our slavery to the debt based financial system, capitalism, communism, socialism and fascism, genocides and two world wars .

    • Agree: Peläez, GeeBee
  47. Susie Q says:

    Dear Rocha,

    You need to practice Christian humility, as I can tell you have none.

    The King James Bible is the foundation of the modern English language, a language that you are using right now.

    I highly doubt that you are able to read the Bible in Latin.

    If you actually read the Bible in English, then you owe a huge debt to such luminaries as John Wycliffe and William Tyndale.

    [MORE]

    If you like your freedom of religion, then you owe a huge debt to my ancestor Roger Williams at the First Baptist Church.

    If you like the abolition of slavery , then you owe a huge debt to my ancestor Harriet Beecher Stowe who wrote “Uncle Tom’s Cabin “.

    I should add that Juneteeth Day is also King James I’s birthday. June 19, 1566.

    It should tell you that perhaps the reading of the King James Bible had something to do with abolition!

    Also, you need to check your Christian history and review the Schism of 1054.

    The Eastern Orthodox churches all had their bibles and lituragies translated into the common language of the regions in which they operated long before people in Western Europe and the British Isles ever did.

    The Armenian Apostolic Church accomplished this back in the First century AD!

    Have you ever complained to the Orthodox in such a manner?

    Plus, the Bible was written in Hebrew and Greek.

    Does the Catholuc Church teach the laity how to read the original Biblical languages?

    Because my Puritan ancestors taught themselves how to read in the original.

    Catholic countries have higher rates of illiteracy.

    It would by highly unusual to be illiterate in a Puritan society. They even taught slaves and natives how to read!

    They didn’t trot out statues of pagan goddesses and parade around town while calling it the Virgin Mary!

    And clearly you have never read Vatican II, as most Catholic Churches in the US conduct lituragies in English, not Latin!!

    But let’s make things clear, American identity is rooted in Protestantism.

    Americans learned how to vote in their churches. Which either had a Congregationalist or Presbyterian structure.

    I have never heard of a Catholic voting in their church!

    So thank you for your commentary, but as you have shown all of us, ignorance is truly not bliss.

    Perhaps you should try Zen Meditation, as practiced and promoted by the Jews!

    • Replies: @Rocha
    , @ivan
    , @Abdul Alhazred
  48. Dan Hayes says:
    @Peläez

    As usual, Michael Novak had to introduce a completely extraneous defense of capitalism!

  49. Art says:

    When the French people (or any other people) reject the “Jesus phenomena” of building community stability through ideal living – things will socially go to hell. The Jesus phenomena has a direct bearing on how people interact with each other. Christianity philosophy is a center-out type of social organization, where the sovereign individual voluntarily interacts with his neighbors through a system of ethical ideals prescribed by the words and examples advanced by Jesus Christ.

    The ideals are the following: live with hope, life is sacred, love your, seek the truth, forgive, and extend grace to all. Act on these ideals and better days will follow.

    The Jesus phenomena of building stable local communities is real. It must be protected and exercised. When new people inter the community, they must except the social ideals, or the social order will fail.

    The priesthood brought the Jesus phenomena to France – but it also overstepped its bounds. The church must modernize its view of God. It must continue teaching Jesus’s idealistic Christian philosophy for living, but drop the rejected Old Testament heavy hand of the Jew god. The Jesus phenomena and the Jew god are a practical oxymoron.

    • Replies: @anonsasmaug
  50. HA says:
    @anon

    “the way in which muhammad and abu bakr thru ali lived shows no signs of any jewish or christian influence at all.”

    From “The Jewish Origins of Islam”, a review of Le messie et son prophète: Aux origines de l’Islam, Edouard-Marie Gallez (Il appuie avec d’autres chercheurs la thèse de l’origine de l’islam comme étant dérivée du judéo-nazaréisme. — I’ve used Wikipedia sources in this comment just because they’re easiest to look up, but feel free to dig through the primary sources yourself):

    Muhammad’s success is confirmed by the Chronicle of Jacob of Edessa (before 692) and also by Doctrina Jacobi (before 640). In the latter we learn that some rabbinical Jews arriving in Yatrib in 625 or 627 found the Arabs there already impregnated with the Nazareen ideology and their chieftain Muhammad “proclaiming the coming of the messiah” with such charism that they were all united firmly under his authority. The Chronography of Theophane (who died in 817) states that in 622 some rabbinical Jews known to the Byzantines attached themselves to Muhammad: they saw him as one of “their prophets,” the one who, as Malachy 3:23 foretold, would precede the messiah. In the 8th-century Secrets of Rabbi ben Yohay, a Jewish apocalypse, there is a passage going back to 650 where a rabbinical Jew still believes the Messiah will come if Umar rebuilds the Temple. (Would rabbinical Jews, I wonder, have attached themselves to a “prophet” who wasn’t at least part Jewish? Again, Gallez does not raise this question.)

    Then there’s the work of Christoph Luxenbourg who saw Syriac Christian influences in the Qu’ran (particularly the Book of the Cow), and other such revisionists: “According to the revisionists, Islam started as a monotheistic movement that included Arabs and Jews alike.” Under this thesis, the Umayyad ascension actually marked the point at which Islam became exclusively Arabian Islamic. Under any of those scenarios, there would have been extensive revision and reworking of Muhammad’s biography by those who came afterward precisely so as to remove any mention of such earlier influences.

    • Agree: Seraphim
    • Replies: @anonymous
  51. Rocha says:
    @Susie Q

    The Bible was compiled by the Catholic Church in the 4th century! It was compiled by the Catholic Church the only Church founded by God and not man. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING I NEED TO FEEL HUMBLE ABOUT.
    The Catholic Church produced the best civilization that has ever existed whereas the Protestant Reformation resulted in universal enslavement to the debt based financial system, capitalism, communism, socialism, fascism, various genocides and two world wars.

    • Agree: Peläez
  52. ivan says:
    @Susie Q

    Another species of nonsense is that one had to absolutely read the Bible in “English” those days. Anyone who could read in that era would be able to read both Latin and English, if they were in England. Latin is not some exotic language like Japanese or hieroglyphics. So another BS point about the reforms the Proddies brought down the drain.

    The text was kept in Latin, so that there would be one single source of authoritative interpretation. It was not to prevent anyone from reading it. In the history of Europe, schisms and wars over jots and tittles were legion. From that experience the Church decided to keep the vernacular translations to the minimum. It was neither good nor bad, but an administrative decision based on sound experience of the trouble caused by the “woke” and self-enlightened troublemakers of that time .

    Isaac Newton wrote in Latin, so did Gottfried Liebniz and all the savants. It just so happened that the universal language of literacy was Latin.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  53. ivan says:
    @Rocha

    As per the renowned poem Lepanto by GK Chesterton :

    [MORE]

    White founts falling in the courts of the sun,
    And the Soldan of Byzantium is smiling as they run;
    There is laughter like the fountains in that face of all men feared,
    It stirs the forest darkness, the darkness of his beard,
    It curls the blood-red crescent, the crescent of his lips,
    For the inmost sea of all the earth is shaken with his ships.
    They have dared the white republics up the capes of Italy,
    They have dashed the Adriatic round the Lion of the Sea,
    And the Pope has cast his arms abroad for agony and loss,
    And called the kings of Christendom for swords about the Cross,
    The cold queen of England is looking in the glass;
    The shadow of the Valois is yawning at the Mass;
    From evening isles fantastical rings faint the Spanish gun,
    And the Lord upon the Golden Horn is laughing in the sun.

    Dim drums throbbing, in the hills half heard,
    Where only on a nameless throne a crownless prince has stirred,
    Where, risen from a doubtful seat and half attainted stall,
    The last knight of Europe takes weapons from the wall,
    The last and lingering troubadour to whom the bird has sung,
    That once went singing southward when all the world was young,
    In that enormous silence, tiny and unafraid,
    Comes up along a winding road the noise of the Crusade.
    Strong gongs groaning as the guns boom far,
    Don John of Austria is going to the war,
    Stiff flags straining in the night-blasts cold
    In the gloom black-purple, in the glint old-gold,
    Torchlight crimson on the copper kettle-drums,
    Then the tuckets, then the trumpets, then the cannon, and he comes.
    Don John laughing in the brave beard curled,
    Spurning of his stirrups like the thrones of all the world,
    Holding his head up for a flag of all the free.
    Love-light of Spain—hurrah!
    Death-light of Africa!
    Don John of Austria
    Is riding to the sea.

    Mahound is in his paradise above the evening star,
    (Don John of Austria is going to the war.)
    He moves a mighty turban on the timeless houri’s knees,
    His turban that is woven of the sunset and the seas.
    He shakes the peacock gardens as he rises from his ease,
    And he strides among the tree-tops and is taller than the trees,
    And his voice through all the garden is a thunder sent to bring
    Black Azrael and Ariel and Ammon on the wing.
    Giants and the Genii,
    Multiplex of wing and eye,
    Whose strong obedience broke the sky
    When Solomon was king.

    They rush in red and purple from the red clouds of the morn,
    From temples where the yellow gods shut up their eyes in scorn;
    They rise in green robes roaring from the green hells of the sea
    Where fallen skies and evil hues and eyeless creatures be;
    On them the sea-valves cluster and the grey sea-forests curl,
    Splashed with a splendid sickness, the sickness of the pearl;
    They swell in sapphire smoke out of the blue cracks of the ground,—
    They gather and they wonder and give worship to Mahound.
    And he saith, “Break up the mountains where the hermit-folk can hide,
    And sift the red and silver sands lest bone of saint abide,
    And chase the Giaours flying night and day, not giving rest,
    For that which was our trouble comes again out of the west.
    We have set the seal of Solomon on all things under sun,
    Of knowledge and of sorrow and endurance of things done,
    But a noise is in the mountains, in the mountains, and I know
    The voice that shook our palaces—four hundred years ago:
    It is he that saith not ‘Kismet’; it is he that knows not Fate ;
    It is Richard, it is Raymond, it is Godfrey in the gate!
    It is he whose loss is laughter when he counts the wager worth,
    Put down your feet upon him, that our peace be on the earth.”
    For he heard drums groaning and he heard guns jar,
    (Don John of Austria is going to the war.)
    Sudden and still—hurrah!
    Bolt from Iberia!
    Don John of Austria
    Is gone by Alcalar.

    St. Michael’s on his mountain in the sea-roads of the north
    (Don John of Austria is girt and going forth.)
    Where the grey seas glitter and the sharp tides shift
    And the sea folk labour and the red sails lift.
    He shakes his lance of iron and he claps his wings of stone;
    The noise is gone through Normandy; the noise is gone alone;
    The North is full of tangled things and texts and aching eyes
    And dead is all the innocence of anger and surprise,
    And Christian killeth Christian in a narrow dusty room,
    And Christian dreadeth Christ that hath a newer face of doom,
    And Christian hateth Mary that God kissed in Galilee,
    But Don John of Austria is riding to the sea.
    Don John calling through the blast and the eclipse
    Crying with the trumpet, with the trumpet of his lips,
    Trumpet that sayeth ha!
    Domino gloria!
    Don John of Austria
    Is shouting to the ships.

    King Philip’s in his closet with the Fleece about his neck
    (Don John of Austria is armed upon the deck.)
    The walls are hung with velvet that is black and soft as sin,
    And little dwarfs creep out of it and little dwarfs creep in.
    He holds a crystal phial that has colours like the moon,
    He touches, and it tingles, and he trembles very soon,
    And his face is as a fungus of a leprous white and grey
    Like plants in the high houses that are shuttered from the day,
    And death is in the phial, and the end of noble work,
    But Don John of Austria has fired upon the Turk.
    Don John’s hunting, and his hounds have bayed—
    Booms away past Italy the rumour of his raid
    Gun upon gun, ha! ha!
    Gun upon gun, hurrah!
    Don John of Austria
    Has loosed the cannonade.

    The Pope was in his chapel before day or battle broke,
    (Don John of Austria is hidden in the smoke.)
    The hidden room in man’s house where God sits all the year,
    The secret window whence the world looks small and very dear.
    He sees as in a mirror on the monstrous twilight sea
    The crescent of his cruel ships whose name is mystery;
    They fling great shadows foe-wards, making Cross and Castle dark,
    They veil the plumèd lions on the galleys of St. Mark;
    And above the ships are palaces of brown, black-bearded chiefs,
    And below the ships are prisons, where with multitudinous griefs,
    Christian captives sick and sunless, all a labouring race repines
    Like a race in sunken cities, like a nation in the mines.
    They are lost like slaves that sweat, and in the skies of morning hung
    The stair-ways of the tallest gods when tyranny was young.
    They are countless, voiceless, hopeless as those fallen or fleeing on
    Before the high Kings’ horses in the granite of Babylon.
    And many a one grows witless in his quiet room in hell
    Where a yellow face looks inward through the lattice of his cell,
    And he finds his God forgotten, and he seeks no more a sign—
    (But Don John of Austria has burst the battle-line!)
    Don John pounding from the slaughter-painted poop,
    Purpling all the ocean like a bloody pirate’s sloop,
    Scarlet running over on the silvers and the golds,
    Breaking of the hatches up and bursting of the holds,
    Thronging of the thousands up that labour under sea
    White for bliss and blind for sun and stunned for liberty.
    Vivat Hispania!
    Domino Gloria!
    Don John of Austria
    Has set his people free!

    Cervantes on his galley sets the sword back in the sheath
    (Don John of Austria rides homeward with a wreath.)
    And he sees across a weary land a straggling road in Spain,
    Up which a lean and foolish knight forever rides in vain,
    And he smiles, but not as Sultans smile, and settles back the blade….
    (But Don John of Austria rides home from the Crusade.)

  54. ivan says:
    @Rocha

    Its a little like the stories around the Boston Tea Party , because they refused to pay the trifling to King George, they ended up paying the monies to Alexander Hamilton and the bankers. The Peter’s Pence was a farthing compared to the immediate defenestration and impoverishment of all sections of society for the benefit of robber barons such as Russell. Another myth down the drain.

    • Agree: obvious
  55. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @ivan

    Another species of nonsense is that one had to absolutely read the Bible in “English” those days. Anyone who could read in that era would be able to read both Latin and English, if they were in England.

    I told you in Latin.
    I told you in Dutch.
    I told you in Hebrew and Greek.
    But I wholly forgot,
    and it vexes me much,
    that English is what you speak.
    Lewis Carrol, The Hunting of the Snark
    Dutch was a widespread trade language, Latin, Hebrew and Greek were known to all Christian scholars.

    Your basic point, that the Catholic Church wanted a standard version to prevent bloodshed, it a very good one. The Protestants wanted each family head to be able to read the Bible independently, and in general achieved over 90% literacy to achieve that end. Apparently they thought that teaching a foreign language was a bit more than the average person could do. Today’s Hebrews would disagree with that, of course.
    If the goal of the Catholic Church was to prevent bloodshed, then it was certainly a real goal. The bloodshed after schisms is horrible even to read about.

    • Replies: @ivan
  56. anastasia says:

    Pope Francis is not a Catholic, and not even a Christian. He is a Jesuit who when that group was first formed were called by Catholics, “the forerunners of the Anti-Christ”. Catholics used to throw rocks at the Jesuits as they walked around with the talmud under their arms in the 16th Century.

    That name, “the forerunners of the Anti-Christ” was first given to them by a contemporary of Ignatius, Bishop Melchior Cano in the 1540’s A.D. Bishop Cano was the leading Dominican theologian living at that time. He fought against them to his dying breath.

    Whenever one of my friends tells me that they were educated by the Jesuits, I ask them if they still have their faith. Most don’t, but those that claim to have it, hold a faith that is unrecognizable as Christian, no less Catholic. It is no coincidence that most of the French Revolutionists were educated by the Jesuits.

    No true Christian recognizes Pope Francis as a Catholic. He is just some guy adversely possessing real estate in Vatican City.

  57. @Art

    Christianity is/was as foreign to the European as it was to the Mayan or Indian.

    • Replies: @ivan
  58. obvious says:
    @Insouciant

    It is impossible to divorce the Bible or anything else from that history, it’s inseparable. The truth is most people don’t have any history, and can’t relate to these terms. You are living in a middle class bubble, a vestigial holdover from an earlier day. Try that noise while you push a mule cart or plow land with horses… culture and life cannot be removed from the epoch.

    Holding on to “history” and legendary myths is meaningless for most people, and it requires living outside in nature according to the organic context of that heritage. Or it can be academic and LARP culture, like JRR Tolkien and such. Lots of fun, and very interesting to intelligent children. You think “books” have something to do with it? Most people don’t read anyway.

  59. anastasia says:

    A friend once told me that the smartest guy in his class, a Jewish guy, was criticized by his professor for the clarity of his writings. The professor told him, “next time, Mr. Kaufman, you should write more obscurely” My friend was never sure whether the professor was talmudic or a Jesuit. I could have told him he may have been both.

  60. ivan says:
    @Anonymous

    Its a sore point with me for good reason. Both my grandmothers were illiterate. my grandfathers were likely only able to read rudimentary accounts. But all were pious Catholics. Does the mere fact that one does not read preclude Salvation? Is universal salvation only for the literate?

    I get the point about the Bible being the ground for literacy among the Proddies (and Catholics). In India whole tribes that speak gibberish, of a sudden become stentorian speakers once they get going with Biblical references. The Bible’s profound poetry, pathos and rhetoric makes it the foundational text for literacy for countless millions in the world.

    The bloodshed after schisms is horrible even to read about.
    The Socialist Phenomenon by Igor Shafaryevitch cover the incendiary aspect of self-enlightenment through Bible reading in some depth :

    https://archive.org/details/SocialistPhenomenon/mode/2up

  61. ivan says:
    @saggy

    This is too clever by half. Gojim renounce Christianity and embrace your inner Pagan. Saul subverted the Roman Empire so watch out (although he and all the Apostles were put to death), and the Christians survived in catacombs for decades. I am sure it worked out well for the Jews, when the Nazis followed Marcus Eli’s prescription to let the Pagan gods free.

  62. @ivan

    Are you Cochin Catholic? I would agree with you, Goa is by far one of the most civilised places there, Christianity did its duty well there.

    • Replies: @ivan
  63. KenR says:

    Well I ordered the book. Along with the other book praised in the review (Ethnic Apocalypse by Guillaume Faye).

    I have great hope that the books are of a higher quality than much of the commentary here on this article. But then again, that should be trivially easy to do.

  64. Jesus Christ transcends the nations.
    He heals them and the world through the Gospel of love.
    Holy Spirit is His rations.
    National borders preserve the order above.

  65. Seraphim says:
    @GeeBee

    Ravage’s pamphlets, far from being “a devastating admission of Jewish guilt”, are on the contrary taunting the ‘anti-semites’ with the usual chutzpah.

    • Agree: ivan
  66. ivan says:
    @anonsasmaug

    Nothing is foreign to Christianity since it is the claim of Christians that it was through Jesus that the world was made. The Amerindians were not forced into Christianity. In fact the commercial interests would have preferred that they did not become Catholics for the simple reason that it would not be possible to enslave them under Spanish Law. Queen Isabella was pretty clear about this in her instructions to Christopher Columbus.

    The Amerindians suffered under the beliefs that their gods required human sacrifices and all that entailed. The Christian God on the other hand instructed His followers to drink His blood and eat His body. It is a profound inversion of the order of a cannibalistic world and one whose significance would not have been lost in the Amerindians.

  67. ivan says:
    @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    We are known as Latin Catholics in my home state of Kerala. Goa and Kerala are pretty decent places.

    Kerala in particular is somewhat free of the Hindu bigotry that is promoted at the national level by the Duke and Dauphin act from Gujarat.

  68. anon[771] • Disclaimer says:

    Christianity in all of its many splintering forms is a spiritual dead end.

    • Troll: Seraphim
  69. Peläez says:
    @Jake

    Cromwell To Ebenezer Pratt of the Mulheim Synagogue in Amsterdam,
    16th June 1647:
    — “In return for financial support will advocate admission of Jews to England: This however impossible while Charles living. Charles cannot be executed without trial, adequate grounds for which do not at present exist. Therefore advise that Charles be assassinated, but will have nothing to do with arrangements for procuring an assassin, though willing to help in his escape.” —

    To Oliver Cromwell From Ebenezer Pratt, 12th July 1647:
    — “Will grant financial aid as soon as Charles removed and Jews admitted. Assassination too dangerous. Charles shall be given opportunity to escape: His recapture will make trial and execution possible. The support will be liberal, but useless to discuss terms until trial commences.” —
    https://www.realjewnews.com/?p=86

    • Replies: @Peläez
  70. Peläez says:
    @Peläez

    Full text of “Menasseh ben Israel’s mission to Oliver Cromwell: being a reprint of the pamphlets published by Menasseh ben Israel to promote the re-admission of the Jews to England, 1649-1656;”

    https://archive.org/stream/cu31924028590028/cu31924028590028_djvu.txt

  71. Vojkan says:
    @geokat62

    So, BHL says he likes race-mixing and hates nationalism? Does this mean he’s in favour of race-mixing for his own people and he hates Zionism?

    Don’t be disingenuous, you very well know the answer to the second question. Now I expect Fran Taubman to explain to you that his stance is perfectly logical and philanthropic because he is such a creative guy and because anti-semitism in Europe.

    Never mind that he’s a Jew from Algeria and that he owes his fortune to his family’s forestry company, Becob clearing woods and using local labour under conditions alike in all but name to slavery in Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Gabon.

  72. Vojkan says:
    @ivan

    I have lived thirty-six years in France and in that time I haven’t met a single non-Jewish Frenchman who had anything but loathing of him. Moreover, I haven’t met a single educated Frenchman who considered him as a serious philosopher. Everything about him is fake and his strain of logorrhoea makes him the kind of author you’ll pick if you want to commit suicide by boredom.

    His influence has nothing to do with his reputation as intellectual. In my opinion, it stems from three factors: first, his fortune inherited from his family’s exploitation of African wood, of which he invested a part in publishing and which in turn gives him a right to review what can and what cannot be released; second, he pretty much incarnates every wrong idea the French non-Communist Left has ever come up with thinking how brilliant it was; and last but not least, yes, his Jewishness.

    • Thanks: ivan
  73. @Seraphim

    Seraphim- I agree. Maybe these immigrants should stay in wonderful Rwanda (especially 1994 which I well remember) and the other dozens of African places where tribal wars are ongoing. Maybe these immigrants like clean water and hot showers and air conditioning and safe streets and all the other niceties that were invented by Europeans. These immigrants who pretty much come from areas with hot, miserable living conditions keep saying thay have a right to come to America and Europe to “better themselves”. How come they cannot better themselves in their own nations ? We keep hearing the same bunk from them.

    I bring up Rwanda 1994 and the ongoing tribal wars in Africa and other countries and liberals don’t seem to have ever heard of such stuff.
    We hear the same stuff about noble savages.

  74. @Susie Q

    The vinegar and history are appreciated in this comment.
    Unfortunately the Bible of American Protestantism is but a graveyard of such literacy you so proudly trot out with ribbons of righteousness that one can only think about American colleges and universities, prep schools, day schools, public schools the gamut, dead upon wasp specimens to which statues of Harriet Beecher Stow will be thrown in the river because she is white…

    But do persevere, if only to recognize that the great literacy projects were beyond the bible, for the classical traditions, the hand jive of the Old Testament, but Dante, Rabelais, Cervantes, Shakespeare, this was the Renaissance not the dour slaves who identified with the Jews of Moses and of the deplorable Jesus, for indeed kind life delicate beauty of the child, as savior, inimitable to the brutal puritans gallows of guilt that has strangulated to the degree that abortion became the religion that the literate classes of Puritan hate have thus sought the freedom of the negro, just not too many of them unless a milf in France love the filth then what a way to launder the money honey so thus one might come to realize that the eugenics movement sought to destroy the catholic church of people literate in festivals.

    Yes parading outage god takes fucking literacy of a kind that you are jealous in a manner of affliction that is peculiar to judeo-protestants steeped in dubbed down science of the Newtonian cant, and yes Kant is part of the problem if you come to understand LaRouche, and where the universal content of the Bible might be saved for the letter killeth, but the spirit!

    Enjoy

    • LOL: ivan
  75. I’ve been reading content like this for years. Not 3, not 10, something like 30. It never changes.

    As long as the theme/thesis is posed as a political project – the real objectives are indefinitely kicked down the road, or the buck is passed. “Next election”. “Some other organizer”. “Not me”. “Not the writer”. “Not the publication”.

    The function of Joyce’s article, or even of Langella’s book, seems mostly to be a salve to create the false feeling that some progress is being effected: Someone is thinking about this. Someone is doing something. Surely at some point we’ll win an election. Surely at some point people will see the light. Surely at some point there will be some organization. Surely at some point there will be a leader.

    These articles, IMHO – seriously – IMHO (I admit I could be wrong) – are a bit odd. To my sincere estimate they are 40% legitimate concern and issue, and 60% ideology and cognitive projection.

    The problem is: the error of the 60% doesn’t matter, if the correct of the 40% leads to the loss of a society, a people, a deposit in human civilization – so I can find a lot that’s repugnant, and still find myself sympathetic. We should not brook the loss of the Hopis, or the Tibetans, or the French, or the French Catholics, for that matter.

    A Procrustean future, is an unacceptable future.

    At some point – the bluff needs to be called. You have to self-organize. You have to self-associate. There’s no political savior. There’s no moment in time in the future when the tide turns. You either do it, and people join with you to make it real, or you don’t.

    Mostly – each article like this, says to me: “we’re not going to do it – here, pass the balm”.

    • Replies: @anon
  76. Garliv says:
    @Ghali

    You make a valid point which i have also been making. That despite denial or pure ignorance of an average person in the West, since the fall of Soviet Union the US/IK/France/NATO gang has spread death and destruction in the global South. It is during this period that “dark-skinned immigrants” have exponentially increased onto Western streets. The first thing that West should do is stop all unnecessary military adventures in ME and Africa and within no time claims for refugee status will lose their almost magical allure.
    But then there is noticeable connection between those who advocate unnecessary and evil military adventures and those who “fight for immigrants rights…”: those who wants immigrants to be granted unfettered access into the West. Its a way of keeping wages low. And controlling politics. Thus the average Westerner is a victim of forces which force increased immigration.

    • Agree: Peläez
  77. anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:
    @ivan

    Does the mere fact that one does not read preclude Salvation?

    The usual justification is that those who read the Bible are less likely to be deceived by priests or other intercessors or by human derived traditions. https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Mark-7-13/

    Whether being deceived precludes Salvation I haven’t considered. My guess would be that sincere repentance upon finding out the deception would suffice for Salvation, but that’s just me.

    • Replies: @ivan
  78. anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jake

    You illegitimate basterds, the “gifts” of the Chrizzian priests sex abuse infamy, are forever trying to project your spiritual insecurities and inferiority complexes on to Muslims and Islam.

    For the umpteenth time, you pagan godless mofer, get it through your faeces-for-brains (an impossibility, I know), that it is your Chrizzianity which was born out of the accursed Judenscumism.

    The core creed of both Judenscumism and Chrizzianity is “in-his-image” mangod(s) worship. You pagans repeat this garbage every single day!!! No matter how many times you try your standard deflecting techniques, that will NEVER change, right?! Do any of the 2 faiths have plans to “reform” that blatant paganism?

    Then there are the plenty of abominations which Chrizzianity plagiarised from Dindooism. Resurrection, Reincarnation (father into son), Father/Mother/Son deities, Saint hyper-veneration, Ritualistic cannibalism, Idolatry & Graven/Painted imagery, etc.

    • Troll: ivan
    • Replies: @Adûnâi
  79. Saxon says:
    @Jack McArthur

    Would he be happy in a society in which homosexuals and trannies demand and have the right to tech infants at school their beliefs, in which the media is controlled by minority groups, in which the country is run by the super rich greed merchants through corrupt politicians so long as they are white? I doubt it very much and that is why I cannot buy into race only arguments.

    Can you find me an example of country where the worst of these types of things have appeared without genetically distinct outgroups pushing them maliciously on the local population? It’s a nice hypothetical you have here but I haven’t seen it. It’s kind of like when some violent African criminal does something, gets shot, and then the hypothetical of “what if a white man did it, would he get shot?” gets trotted out as happened in Ireland recently. They can’t even find an example of a white man doing that kind of thing to compare and contrast.

  80. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @GeeBee

    > “The only form of Christianity that has seen any dramatic collapse in recent decades is that which takes place inside the churches.”

    Ditto. Christianity does not belong to the church! It might have once, but certainly not since the American & French Revolutions. Secularisation rarely opened doors to atheism – more often, it made the Jewish creed reborn in fierce anti-Aryan liberalism where the empty idea of money trumps the sacred matter of Blood & Soil. Only in Germany did Jesus die – and yet, he resurrected in 1945, in the unholy spirit of anti-racism, anti-discrimination, of egalitarian idealism that draws no distinction between the Aryan and the Negro, dead and alive, living and a rock. A faith so crudely nihilistic, nobody dares to believe its malice – and yet, it permeates the entire sick body of Europe! Has been for 2000 years.

    https://chechar.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/red-giant/

    • Replies: @GeeBee
  81. @Saxon

    Everywhere I look I see white people – not really giving a sh*t about other white people.

    Every day – petty slights, petty crime, petty office crime.

    Have you read a contract lately? Arbitration clauses exercisable in two states, refusal of a jury trial, no class actions permissible, sometimes neither side gets a lawyer to represent them in arbitration – except one side has billions of dollars to its name, other: not so much.

    White people – working hard – to screw white people. It’s everywhere. And we are to believe that love and tender-social-care will break out in the white ethnostate?

    Come-on. There are legions of white homeless filling out the west coast from LA to Seattle … which person commenting on Unz, cares?

  82. ivan says:
    @anonymous

    You have to be logically consistent : Are those who do not read abandoned to perdition? Yes or No?

  83. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @anonymous

    > “The core creed of both Judenscumism and Chrizzianity is “in-his-image” mangod(s) worship.”

    Such Muslim attacks on Christianity remind me of how Christians fear Harry Potter and LGBT. They get fixated on a single silly issue such as “witchcraft was our competitor 400 years ago”, and cannot see that Harry Potter is a deeply Christian book. Or that they once had to despise gays to be in vogue in a deeply manly mediaeval time, and don’t understand that they need to repress their true colours of love any longer.

    The same is with your Muslim critique – you fail to acknowledge that those Pagan elements made Christianity ease its way into the Aryan’s head, that they make a mockery and perversion of Paganism, and that the final result is the same as Islam – a world of peace and justice, where the strong help the weak, and they all wait for an apocalypse where the planet is remade in the Jew’s image, because the Jew existed before time and space.

  84. anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @HA

    I can’t even see the point, except the rabid pagan godless trying their worst to muddy the history of Islam and its blessed Prophet.

    Juden influence? … Chrizzie influence? … all just pathetic desperate chatter, especially in the malicious manner they mean it (like in, Islam is a “heretical” form of Judenism or Chrizzianity). After all, there will be some influence due to shared prophets of God, yeah? As for the patent paganisms in Judenism or Chrizzianity, Islam absolutely repudiates them all.

    The true monotheism of Islam is crystal clear and logical about Divinity, and such chatter can never assail it.

    As long as we have the Holy Quran, which the Almighty One has promised to protect, with a special focus on the following verses, rabid pagan scum will forever be writing books and commentary (the work of…, right, lol!), but to what end? Utter failures! God willing!

    What I see as the soul of True Monotheism;

    Say, “He is Allah, [who is] One, Allah, the Eternal Refuge. He neither begets nor is born, Nor is there to Him any equivalent.” : Holy Quran 112

    Is there any “in-his-image” mangod in there? Any 3-is-1? Father/son deities?

    Frickin’ Pagans!!

  85. anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lambs Servant

    He made to send the Holy Ghost to guide the Church.

    Then this “Holy Ghost” is not doing a very good job, is it? Performance bonus: Nil!

    Lol!

    You pagan godless morons have made caricatures of God, and His worship.

  86. anon[771] • Disclaimer says:
    @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    And you’re no different.

  87. @anon

    anon[771]

    …I’m guessing you think that was intelligent enough to post?

    I do think we should do something about contracts that eliminate the protection of the courts that people spilled blood to secure – your rights are as good as the courts.

    I don’t think a white ethnostate will do jack-diddly to secure anyone’s rights – and I think that follows logically from the fact that the whole lot-o-you seems capable of doing nothing but armchair anony-sh-t-posting and the occasional rabble-rouser.

    Capable of governance? This article – here above, is the strongest exhibit – amounting to 1 out of 10 (the beast thinks, after all, that’s something) – after that, comments following – all downhill.

    If I were Hasbara – my report to the higher ups following all of this would be: no worries. Nothing , whatsoever, to worry about here

  88. GeeBee says:
    @Adûnâi

    Well said (and I see that Cesar has this morning featured your reply to me in ‘The West’s Darkest Hour’).

  89. Vaterland says:
    @Ghali

    @book @ (you) @ Jews

    Don’t care, am racist. Not sorry. Get the fuck out of Europe, parasite.

    P.S.: If you didn’t fight for Assad the lion of Damascus and fucked off to Europe in the hopes of shagging blondes and leeching of Europeans, you just deserve to get shot for treason, coward.

  90. @Saxon

    Not sure I understand your point but if you mean Jews are over-represented as advocates then no argument. If you mean that white people would not do today such things without malign outside influence then I disagree because the West is now thoroughly corrupted and degenerate. Any society which permits the kind of abortions which take place today has no claims on civilization.
    https://www.christianpost.com/news/children-must-be-taught-transgenderism-homosexuality-nursury-school-uk-teachers-say-181006/

    • Replies: @Saxon
  91. Saxon says:
    @Jack McArthur

    I am sure you would like us all to believe this happened on its own organically.

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