Perhaps nowhere else in the West exists a Christian tradition as deeply rooted as that of Dixie (or the Southern people). Dominated by Protestantism in rural areas and peppered with Catholicism in urban areas like New Orleans, we still find community bonds and moral guidance through the cultural legacies of our religious heritage. I truly value this sense of brotherhood that Christianity provides Southern people.
Despite the still-strong vestiges of that common spiritual bond, the Globalist American Empire has corrupted our religious institutions, trivialized the importance of spirituality, and used our own sense of faith against us as a weapon in their white genocide arsenal.
It is time for us to face a modern reality that can’t be denied. We no longer really live in a Christian Dixie. For most Southerners, Christianity is just window dressing, a garment to be worn for Sunday School that can be removed just in time for your Sunday NFL games. This article is not meant to suggest that we should walk away from the Church or abandon our beliefs. I would suggest the opposite. Now is the time for the deeply spiritual to reaffirm that faith. However, we must accept that we live in a post-Christian civilization that, at this moment in history, is hostile to real Christian values. We must learn from this hard truth and accept the dire need for secular argumentation in our Southern Nationalist and (broader) Alt-Right rhetoric. We simply will not win this culture war if we rely solely on tired theological arguments.
Tuesday night, I watched the spectacle of Richard Spencer addressing students, sympathizers and hecklers at Auburn University – on the case for White Nationalism. There were plenty of memorable moments in the speech and the subsequent Q&A session that could easily warrant separate articles. I’d like to also add that Mike Enoch of The Daily Shoah did an excellent job destroying the special snowflake who asked Spencer if she was “white enough.”
Instead of trying to analyze the entire speech, let us examine the cucky challenge that came from a young Christian man during the Q&A session, when he quoted Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians – specifically, the routinely cited 3:28. This is the verse he referenced:
“There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
Allow me to point out at this time that I am not a theologian, and struggle with my own personal Christian faith. Much of my internal conflict is rooted in “The Decline” that I’m witnessing. As I referenced earlier, (((Modernity))) has learned to weaponize Christianity for its own sinister purposes (think open borders, pro-gay marriage, submission to Islam, etc.) and instead of the spiritual purpose for which it was intended. If we are to save Western Civilization, we must learn the same tactic and beat secularists and globalists at their own game. We must challenge them with rationality, logic and the type of gusto and aggressiveness that makes the Alt-Right feared.
This bible verse that was quoted here by our “Christcuck” (also known as a “Churchian“) was taken out of context. I analyzed the entire chapter of Galatians from which it was pulled, and consulted well-versed and studied colleagues, and the consensus is that this statement from Paul is meant to galvanize the various young churches in the early days of Christianity, a time when there was some splintering and dissent among its leaders. Paul was instructing them, and us, that in the spiritual realm we share a bond through the Word of Christ, and as such, our physical, biological and social manifestations should not encumber the spiritual brotherhood of Christianity. Clearly this does not conflict in any way with nationalism, tribalism, or identitarianism.
For example, Paul suggests that through Christ’s salvation we are neither man nor woman. I contend that this means our “spiritual walk with Christ” is not relevant to our gender – of course, we all must answer to the same moral standards despite our physical differences.
Would anyone suggest that Paul was instructing men and women to ignore their biological imperative to reproduce and raise children? This, 2000 years ago? That would be in defiance of hundreds of scriptural instructions to sow our seed and populate the Earth (and clearly genocidal). Absurd!
The implication that was made in this religious challenge boils down to this – “The Alt-Right is behaving immorally because they recognize the fundamental and God-ordained nature of our physiology. Galatians 3:28 says everyone is the same.” This is what happens when religious doctrines are used to justify secular conclusions, particularly those dealing with modernity and social (justice) obligations. More importantly, blindly citing Scripture (without context or thought) creates logical fallacies that can’t be rectified in rational discourse.
Further, the passage, regarding our ethnicities and class, must be deconstructed the same way. All men of all races and all classes can and should embrace Christianity, according to Paul. By doing so, men of differing national and social interests can meet on spiritual terms and respect one another through our shared bond of faith. This does NOT disassociate us from the natural, social, and genetic realities of our physical existence and in NO WAY does traditional Christian theology as interpreted, sans modern biases, compel us to trivialize those realities.
Now, I point out to you that as a man who was raised in the Southern Baptist tradition, I generally sympathize with anyone who professes to be a Christian. In fact, I would say with confidence that I sympathize with our Christian student who questioned Spencer on these matters more than 99% of the Marxists, atheists, SJWs, feminists and gender bender freaks in the audience. Yet, when he quoted this scripture out of context he was met with applause. Do you see the problem here?
White Evangelical Christians are perhaps the most altruistic and well-meaning people on Earth. But they become so consumed in their spiritual certitude that they lose sight of the evil that their religion was meant to fight. They can get caught up in casting pearls before swine and having their own words twisted to serve a nefarious purpose.
If this young man had been of a different ilk and had quoted Levitical Law on the sins of homosexuality, do you suppose the hostile audience would have so energetically applauded? Doubtful to say the least.
This is the fool’s errand of attempting to use religious dogma as justification for our nationalist beliefs. If one is deeply spiritual, it is perfectly reasonable to consult your own religious ethos and square it with white nationalism. In the same vein, we must understand that our enemies will do the same to justify their globalist and degenerate ideologies. It is human nature to be dogmatic. We must accept that a stalemate is inevitable.
But there is one clear path to victory – the objective, the scientific and the factual. This is the realm that Christians have not fared well to tread in the past. We must recognize and embrace that we have biology and evolutionary theory on our side, and mastering our scientific (and meme) rhetoric to appeal to the rational, is the ultimate weapon in our struggle. I still cringe when I see someone use religious rhetoric to defend a non-egalitarian position. It doesn’t work, it will never work, and it will invariably be used against you in the Current Year.
We can, and must RETAKE EVERYTHING, including our religious institutions, but we must win the Culture War through both Alt-Right rhetorical and dialectic means before Christianity ever has a chance at a rebirth.