Ignore the Charlatans, Build Something Better

I was attending Sunday morning service and honestly found myself a bit angered and slightly disgusted by what I was seeing. We had the typical missionary guest show us a video about his mission work in the Middle East and then preach a very forgettable sermon to us. This hyper-obsession with missionaries, as well as, various other characteristics of modern Evangelical churches, especially here in Dixie, has contributed greatly to our destruction.

Since the end of World War 2, Southern, and American in general, Christianity has taken on a new purpose. It has abandoned its responsibility of supporting and lifting up its people and community through Christ. Evangelicals have made it their goal to Christianize the Third World, live in comfort, abandon their people, destroy their history, grovel at the feet of (((the Chosen))), and oppose Natural Law as God has designed it. They prefer to fund mission trips for young, bored, adventurous white girls to go on and missionary expats to Syria or the Congo. Meanwhile, their fellow Southron faces the world with no identity, community foundation, education system, or any infrastructure whatsoever to aid them in their fight against their own demographic destruction. These young whites don’t even know that they have a genocide being carried out against them to begin with. Any attempts to red pill the average Evangelical on reality is met with misquoted scriptures about loving others.

The simple fact of the matter is that Evangelicals have abandoned their own people. They’ve failed to stop the degeneracy that consumes us (when was the last time you heard a sermon preached on abstinence until marriage). They’ve failed to halt their own decline in numbers. They’ve failed to effectively preach the Gospel to the masses. Most importantly, they’ve failed their own people. Churches care more about virtue signaling, adopting third-worlders, preaching the Gospel only to third-worlders, ignoring the reality of nature (differences between races, gender roles, etc.) as God has created it, refusing to learn their own history, and condemning their people for past sins of (false) racism. They’re pathetic. George Wallace, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, and Stonewall Jackson were all superior Christians than these cucks, even if they were a bunch of supposed “racists.”

We need a foundation. The South will continue to be invaded by carpetbaggers, we will continue to be flooded with immigrants, we will continue to lose our monuments, and we will ultimately be driven out of our cities. Things will get worse before they get better, and the only way to survive this is through each other.

We must build communities from which our people can survive similar to that of places like Orania, South Africa, and those communities must be grounded in our own churches. What is being taught to young Christians today is not true Christianity. We cannot take over existing institutions. We must begin building now or face total destruction. The internet simply isn’t enough to save us.

-By Joe WASP

Oh, I'm a good old Rebel, now that's just what I am;
For this "Fair Land of Freedom" I do not give a damn!
I'm glad I fit against it, I only wish we'd won,
And I don't want no pardon for anything I done.

4 comments

  1. Just putting people within a few miles of each other doesn’t make them a community. You cannot have a real community in the holistic sense without a common race, language and religion.