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By: Akhnaton, Florian Geyer.

If Jews are our principal enemy, if they are the ones who are responsible for so many ills that plague us today, how can you fascist Christians follow a religion that is so deeply rooted in Judaism? This is a question that a Christian fascist encounters often, and to answer it, we need to look at what exactly Judaism is, and who and what Jews are. So let’s start at the beginning then.

In the beginning, God made the first humans. He didn’t want to create some kind of robot that follows given instructions like a mindless automaton, so He gave them free will, he made them able to choose whether to follow his Law or not. How could their loyalty to God be of any worth if they didn’t even have an ability to rebel? So He gave them that ability, and gave them a simple command; and they broke it. They rebelled against God’s Law and his Divine Order, they rebelled against the One who created them in his own image, even though they existed only through and because of his Grace.

Their rebellion severed their ties to God, and their sin left quite a lasting effect on their souls. Their own nature became fallen, tainted, it became alienated from God and they were no longer able to dwell in the abode of God, eternal life in Lord’s Grace became impossible for them, and they were doomed to a wretched mortal life. This one sin, changed the entirety of human nature and convicted the fledgling mankind to eternal damnation. But God, in his infinite Love and mercy, decided to fix this. A Divine Plan was formulated, for a special event, a ritual that will counteract the effects of the Fall, a ritual that will serve as kind of a new creation though a New Adam, and return mankind to its proper path.

Even though humanity did fall, people could still be loyal to God, to which He responded in kind. At the earliest time in human history, He instituted the practice of sacrifice. People would sacrifice animals in His name, for His blessings and to be brought closer to Him. At first, all of humanity carried with them the memory of God, but as time went on and people spread over huge distances, this memory became diluted, and while some elements of this primordial unity remained in many of the world’s religions, they became corrupted to the point that they were no longer valid. Sacrifices continued all over the world, but they were not legitimate before God, as people started worshipping all kinds of animals, natural forces, demons, and other created things instead of God Himself. But small pockets of proper Tradition remained here and there, and one of them was in Chaldea, in the family of Abraham.

Being one of the very few who stilled kept the undiluted faith, and being a very just man, Abraham was chosen by God to help preserve this faith through his descendants, and he was told by God to go and settle into a new land, where his descendants could thrive. After some trials and tribulations, God wanted to test Abraham’s faith, and asked him to sacrifice his son Isaac to the Lord, and as Abraham decided to do so, an angel of God stopped him as God was pleased with his faith, and promised him that his descendant shall be numerous, and that he will have the honor that through his seed the great Divine Plan will come to fruition.

Abraham would end up being the father of many nations, but the progeny of his son Isaac would be the line that carried on the proper faith. Isaac would become father to the twins Esau and Jacob, who would engage in rivalry over their birthright and the inheritance of the covenant promised to their grandfather and father. Esau, older twin, would eventually sell his birthright to Jacob, and would later be renamed by God to Israel, meaning one who wrestles alongside God. He will have 12 sons, who would father the 12 tribes of Israel.

Even though they were blessed with the monumental historical task of being the sole keepers of the faith in God, the sons of Israel were already having difficulty in living up to that task. Power struggle began among his sons, and his favorite son, Joseph, ended up being sold to Egyptian slavers by his own brothers. In Egypt, God gave Joseph the gift of interpreting dreams, and this helped Joseph get freedom and become the pharaoh’s right hand man. A few years later his brothers came to trade with him, and recognizing that they’ve repented and became better men, asked them to move in with him in Egypt, which they did alongside their aging father. Across several generations they multiplied in Egypt and became a nation of their own, but Egyptians perceived them as a threat, and forgetting the great tasks Joseph completed for Egypt, gradually enslaved the descendants of Israel.

The Jews suffered a lot under Egyptian tyranny, and cried out to God to liberate them from this. The Lord answered their prayers, and Moses was born among the Israelites. He eventually became their spiritual leader, and with the help of God, lead them out of Egypt. They came across Mount Sinai, where God called Moses to climb its peak and receive the Law. There, God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, among many other religious and secular laws. This marked the beginning of a special covenant between God and the nation of Israel. They became the people of God, specially chosen by Him to receive and preserve his Law, until the Divine Plan was to be completed. This Law however was not the fullness of God’s Law, but was part of the teaching process through which God guided humanity from their fallen state to the final fulfillment of the Law that was yet to come. The established sacrifices were there for blessings, bringing people closer to God and atonement, where the sins of the one making the sacrifice would be transferred to the sacrificial animal and washed away. While this could wash away some sins, their souls were still fallen and barred from partaking in God’s Grace and dwelling with him after death.

The Israelites themselves however, were to struggle more and more in their efforts to live up to this destiny. As Moses was receiving the law on Sinai, the Israelites crafted a Golden Calf and abandoned God, and were later punished for this. They also whined and complained against their leaders and God. For all of this, they were barred from entering their promised land and wandered the desert for 40 days. After that they passed the river Jordan and settled into the land allotted to them by God, which was named Israel. They began also to be known as Hebrews, meaning those who travel through, or cross over.

Eventually a Kingdom was established for the Hebrews, and King (((((Solomon))))) built the First Temple at the same place where Abraham tried to sacrifice Isaac. The Temple was the central piece of the Hebrew religion, and sacrifices would take place there. The Temple and the Tabernacle that served the same purpose before the Temple’s construction, were foreshadowing the establishment of the Church that would come later.

They would continue to fail in their task quite a lot, general decadence and abandoning God for some foreign idol became commonplace amongst them. God started sending them Prophets to set them back on the right path, but they would have only short lived success as the Hebrews would quickly go back to their standard ways. The Prophet Hosea describes Israel as an “adulterous woman.” Many of the Prophets also talked about the coming of an anointed figure, a Messiah, the one who would bring glory to Israel and through whom would be fulfilled the promise given to Abraham that all of nations would blessed through him.

After a few monarchs the Kingdom was split in two, the northern Israel and southern Judah. Kingdom of Israel would fully switch to pagan sacrifices, while Judah would some just kings but also a good amount of godless ones. For this, God would punish the Northern Kingdom, which was conquered by the Assyrians in 733BC. The remaining Kingdom of the Judah, in the south, would be punished in kind for it’s own transgressions.being conquered by the Babylonians in 605BC. The result was the whole of Israel being taken as slaves and brought to Babylon, with their Temple in Jerusalem destroyed along with the city. After 70 years they would be allowed to return, upon the ascension of Cyrus the Great, and became vassals of the Persians who had conquered Babylonians. They rebuilt the Temple, and began codifying their oral laws, fearing that they might be lost of a similar event was to take place. Alongside with the scrolls written at the time of Moses, these would become what we know as the Old Testament.

In 334BC, Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Achaemenid Empire and died without a strong heir, leading to his generals establishing their own kingdoms throughout his conquered territories. The land of the Hebrews came under the dominion of the Ptolemaic dynasty ruling from Egypt, and they fared well under them. The Greek kings didn’t bother them and even took interest in their religion, leading to a creation of a Greek canon of Hebrew texts, famously known as the Septuagint, or LXX. This wouldn’t last long as the Seleucids conquered Israel and tried to enforce their religion and culture on them, forcing them to speak Greek and worship Greek gods, with Antiochus IV Epiphanes even defiling the Hebrew temple. A Hebrew revolt lead by the Maccabees broke out and they managed to win independence and maintain a sovereign dynasty until the Roman conquests. In 63 BC Pompey Magnus invaded the Hebrew Kingdom and made it a puppet of Rome.

Desiring liberation, the Hebrews began to wait with high anticipation for the coming of the promised Messiah, seeing in him a hero who would lead a revolt against Rome and make Israel free and glorious again. Various political and spiritual movements gained prominence at the time. The largest of these were the Pharisees and the Sadducees. These groups would come to promulgate lot of banal superstition in their teachings, and while being very dedicated to the Law, they viewed it in a very literal and profane sense, focusing too much on its wording and ignoring much of its spirit. They followed the Law, but their souls were dead and they were themselves very corrupt and hypocritical. They all vied for power and struggled against the Romans, waiting for the Messiah to come. Many rebel leaders would claim that they are the Messiah, but they all turned out to be false. God would eventually send them the Messiah, but He would not be what they expected.

They expected in him a glorious general in the image of Joshua, David, Maccabees and others, someone who would establish a political kingdom with them in charge, and bring again material prosperity to Israel. But it was not meant to be, as the time had finally come for the Divine Plan to be executed, for that act that would counteract the Fall itself, the time had come for the most important event in the history of mankind. The Messiah would not be some blessed man or a Prophet, but the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, the Divine Logos, who would incarnate as a man, named Jesus and called Christ.

As the old law was not the full law but only a teaching law, Christ started preaching the law in its fullness, as He was preparing to complete His task. He preached to many, but the established parties were too entrenched in their superstitions and hypocrisies to understand His message. He preached that the fulfillment of the promise was not a materially prosperous earthly kingdom but that He is opening a path to undo the very fall of the first man, and to lead humanity back into paradise. The kingdom that was promised was spiritual and eternal, it was life everlasting in God’s Grace. While they were unable to comprehend and accept this, Christ’s movement grew and the ruling rabbis slandered Him before the Romans, and demanded his arrest and execution.

This would happen, but through this, his task, and the great Divine Plan would be completed. He was arrested, triald and crucified, but His death served as something far greater. His death was a sacrifice, one great final sacrifice to end all sacrifices, a ritual to undo the very fall of mankind. Through His death the sins of the world were washed away, and the fall of mankind was atoned before God. As He rose from the dead on the third day, he shattered the very force of death and through Him all of human nature was renewed, and eternal life in Him was once again possible. He established the Holy Sacrament of Eucharist, which is a ritual through which one takes part in His sacrifice, as His sacrifice is eschatologically present in all of space and time, as He is. With this, the Mosaic Law, the institution of sacrifice, and the Temple, were made obsolete as they were fulfilled in Him.

Part 2

When Jesus Christ was crucified on Calvary, the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 27 verse 51 informs us 51 And behold, the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom; and the earth shook, and the rocks were split;”. If we understand why the curtain of the temple was rent asunder, we will understand why the Jews are as they are. The temple curtain separated the Holy of Holies, where the presence of the Lord resided from the rest of the temple. This tearing is the sign of the supersession of the New Covenant over the Old.

With the sacrifice of Our Lord on the cross, this new covenant was established. Christ himself acted as both High Priest and sacrificial offering, and in his blood was established a new spiritual order, a new alliance, covenant between him and his people Israel. With the inauguration of the New Covenant, and the rejection of Christ by the Jews, Israel became a new people. Indeed, their rejection is central to understanding why they behave the way they do. As E. Michael Jones outlines in his Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, when Pilate presented the mob of the Jews the prisoners of Jesus and Barabbas, promising to free one, they chose Barabbas. The Gospel of Mark, chapter fifteen, verse seven informs us as to Barabbas’ character “One of the prisoners at that time was Barabbas, a revolutionary who had committed murder in an uprising.” The Jews rejected Christ, both before Pilate and at their Sanhedrin council. Rather than choosing the Logos, the Cosmic Order, they chose revolution. They chose revolt against God in the same way their spiritual Father, Satan, has.

With this rejection of the Logos, no longer was membership in the nation of God, Israel, (from Hebrew Yisra’el “he that striveth with God”) restricted to the ethnos of the Hebrew people, the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. In this way, the Old Covenant was superseded in the New.

This was, and is, central to the orthodox Christian worldview. This is the very reason the Apostles preached to the gentiles, the reason Christians don’t have to keep Kosher, or to circumcise their young. As Saint Paul says in the tenth chapter and fourteenth verse of his letter to the Hebrews “For by a single offering he has perfected for all time those who are sanctified.“ It is because the New Covenant is in our hearts, by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. It is because our blood sacrifice has been offered on Calvary, and at every Mass unceasingly is Christ in his Body and Blood is offered once again to the Father for the remission of sins. Many Christians today are completely unaware of these facts, and do not hold fast to this traditional orthodox doctrine. Instead, they have bought the lie which the modern Jew pedals. They correlate our curly sideburned friends to the Hebrew people of their own Old Testament, conferring on them some special place in God’s plan for salvation.

This is heresy of the first order, as has already been demonstrated. But to understand why the Goyim think this, it is useful to examine the origins of Rabbinic Judaism. To understand where it comes from, one must understand the Siege of Jerusalem. In the nineteenth chapter of Luke, our Lord cries for the future of the city: “And when he drew near and saw the city he wept over it, 42 saying, “Would that even today you knew the things that make for peace! But now they are hid from your eyes. 43 For the days shall come upon you, when your enemies will cast up a bank about you and surround you, and hem you in on every side, 44 and dash you to the ground, you and your children within you, and they will not leave one stone upon another in you; because you did not know the time of your visitation.”

The Siege of Jerusalem was famously prosecuted by the future emperor Titus Flavius, in 70AD. It was of exceptional brutality and viciousness. The Jewish historian Flavius (((((Josephus))))) provides an excellent and detailed eyewitness account, which is too detailed to quote at length, but here is a taste “Throughout the city people were dying of hunger in large numbers, and enduring unspeakable sufferings. In every house the merest hint of food sparked violence, and close relatives fell to blows, snatching from one another the pitiful supports of life. No respect was paid even to the dying; the ruffians [anti-Roman zealots] searched them, in case they were concealing food somewhere in their clothes, or just pretending to be near death. Gaping with hunger, like mad dogs, lawless gangs went staggering and reeling through the streets, battering upon the doors like drunkards, and so bewildered that they broke into the same house two or three times in an hour. Need drove the starving to gnaw at anything. Refuse which even animals would reject was collected and turned into food. In the end they were eating belts and shoes, and the leather stripped off their shields. Tufts of withered grass were devoured, and sold in little bundles for four drachmas.

Titus apparently refused the laurel wreath, claiming he was enacting the vengeance of the divine.

The destruction of the Temple, and the subsequent defeat of the false Messiah Bar Kokhba in the Second Jewish War(132-136AD) amounted to an antique holocaust in the minds of the survivors. It was such an abject defeat and humiliation, and descerationand loss on a scale that is difficult to imagine for us. In light of both these calamities, of the major Jewish theological cliques in the second Temple period, namely the Zealots, the Sadducees, and the Pharisees, only the later remained. The Roman procurator appointed a leading Pharisee, Yohanan ben Zakkai, as the religious leader of the Jews in the wake of the destruction of the Temple. Zakkai reformed the Sanhedrin, the same high council which had put Christ to death, which was now entirely controlled by the Pharisees. This new Sanhedrin began to focus on the synagogue, instruction Jews to donate their tithes to their local Rabbi. This dramatically expanded the power and the influence of the synagogues. After the conclusion of the Second Jewish-Roman war in 136, all the Jews were sent into Diaspora. It is at this time, several very important things occurred.

The first is that the Mishnah, or the Oral Law of the Pharisees, was codified into a text. The Pharisees, now the Rabbi’s, believed you could not understand the Written Law of Moses without the Oral Law. These are the same traditions Christ warns us about in the fifteenth chapter of the Gospel of Matthew “15 Then Pharisees and scribes came to Jesus from Jerusalem and said, 2 “Why do your disciples transgress the tradition of the elders? For they do not wash their hands when they eat.” 3 He answered them, “And why do you transgress the commandment of God for the sake of your tradition? 4 For God commanded, ‘Honor your father and your mother,’ and, ‘He who speaks evil of father or mother, let him surely die.’ 5 But you say, ‘If any one tells his father or his mother, What you would have gained from me is given to God,[a] he need not honor his father.’[b] 6 So, for the sake of your tradition, you have made void the word[c] of God. 7 You hypocrites! Well did Isaiah prophesy of you, when he said:

8 ‘This people honors me with their lips,

but their heart is far from me;

9 in vain do they worship me,

teaching as doctrines the precepts of men.’”

The Mishnah is accompanied by the Gemara, which is the commentary on the Oral Law, to form the Talmud, of which so many in our circles are familiar. The new codification of the Oral Law also went hand in hand with a redaction of their own canon of scripture. The binding and authoritative canon, or set of books, for the Old Testament before the fall of the Temple had been the Greek Septuagint already mentioned. This version was widely used by diaspora Jews to study scripture, and was acknowledged everywhere as being legitimate and valid. The Jews tossed out books from their own canon of scripture, because they pointed too closely to the messianic claims of the Christians about Jesus.

This religion of Rabbinic Judaism, centered around the synagogue, whose matter and constitution are composed of post-temple oral traditions is what the current religion of Judaism is, and has been for eighteen-hundred years. The religion of the Old Testament was radically different, being centered around the physical Kingdom of Israel, centered on the Temple in Jerusalem, administered by a Levitical Priesthood who offered sacrifices to God. These features, which define the religion of Moses’ descendants, are all lacking in Judaism, yet they are present in their spiritual forms in the orthodox Christian faith.

This new religion which was created by the Pharisean Rabbi’s, this new Synagogue, is spoken of by our Lord in the book of the Apocalypse In the second chapter, ninth verse ““‘I know your tribulation and your poverty (but you are rich) and the slander of those who say that they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan.”

He promises to us, in the third chapter, ninth verse. “Behold, I will make those of the synagogue of Satan who say that they are Jews and are not, but lie—behold, I will make them come and bow down before your feet, and learn that I have loved you.”


  1. Good stuff m88’s, can you please recommend some reading material on Clerical Fascism and true Christianity/orthodox & Catholic dogma, etc, (aside from the bible), for us non Christians, cheers 🙂

    1. Orthodox:
      The Fount of Knowledge- The Philosophical Chapters, on Heresies, the Orthodox Faith
      The Law of God: For Study at Home and School

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