12 May, 2014

Christianity: Part of the Problem

Posted by Socrates in Christianity, Christians, Cultural Marxism, egalitarianism, equality, Marx, Marxism, Old Testament, Socrates at 3:04 pm | Permanent Link

What’s the difference between Marxism and Christianity? One worships a dead Jew, and the other worships a dead Jew on a stick. Both ideologies say that humans are, or can be, equal. Both ideologies deny race and creed. Why are you a Christian, White man? White people gave the world to mankind. White people are the very best humans. Deal with it.

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  7. 16 Responses to “Christianity: Part of the Problem”

    1. Topkea Says:

      Xtianity pollutes and impurifies our High Aryan riktus. It destroys the riktus in its formative stages, leaving sub-Aryan geldings.

      Reconnect with the riktus. DO NOT EAT FOOD SUBJECT TO RABBINICAL TAXES. This means all store bought food. Grow or hunt your own food. Food subject to rabbinical taxes is well-poisoned and will introduce toxins into your system, aimed at controlling the riktus.

    2. Thom McQueen Says:

      Oh, screw the Pope. He is a marxist , anyway. Or a Christian. ONe of the two. He wears that weird hat to make him look like an erect aryan rictus.
      A walking erect penis.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Here’s something for all the Jew-worshiping Christlings out there to ponder, people who, out of fear, ignorance and stupidity, have deluded themselves into believing that Jews are somehow exempt from the laws of decency:http://rt.com/news/158556-israel-palestinian-children-confinement/

    4. Sri Sgeggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      In the Annals of Imperial Rome, Tacitus wrote, concerning the fire that Nero was suspected of setting:

      “To suppress this rumor, Nero fabricated scapegoats— and punished with every refinement the notoriously depraved Christians, as they were popularly called.”

      Notoriously depraved?

      Many people think that this appellation occurred because the Christians had so many lies told about them and everyone believed the lies.

      But I don’t think that the people back then were as stupid as the ones today. What was really going on? What depravities were the Christians engaging in?

      The Corinthians, on Paul’s own account, were depraved as well— having sex with their own step-mothers and other depravities, usually sexual.

      I suspect that it was things of that nature, committed by Christians, that repelled the Romans.

    5. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      In the Annals of Imperial Rome, Tacitus wrote, concerning the fire that Nero was suspected of setting:

      “To suppress this rumor, Nero fabricated scapegoats— and punished with every refinement the notoriously depraved Christians, as they were popularly called.”

      Notoriously depraved?

      Many people think that this appellation occurred because the Christians had so many lies told about them and everyone believed the lies.

      But I don’t think that the people back then were as stupid as the ones today. What was really going on? What depravities were the Christians engaging in?

      The Corinthians, on Paul’s own account, were depraved as well— having sex with their own step-mothers and other depravities, usually sexual.

      I suspect that it was things of that nature, committed by Christians, that repelled the Romans.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      I kind of doubt there were any Christians in Rome during the reign of Nero. I don’t think Christianity was known in Rome until the early to mid 2nd century. During the first century Christianity was still mostly confined to a few cities in the East, like Jerusalem and Antioch. And most of those 1st century Xians were Jews, along with a few Greeks.

    7. Antagonistes Says:

      I kind of doubt there were any Christians in Rome during the reign of Nero. I don’t think Christianity was known in Rome until the early to mid 2nd century—-Tim McGreen

      Then what was Tacitus so tacitly complaining about????!!!!!!
      He was there, was he not????!!!!!!!!!

      Ground control to Tim McGreen, Ground control to Tim McGreen . . . .

    8. Arminius Says:

      Antagon is hopelessly ignorant of the fact, that Tacitus as well as most ancient writers and records were forged in the medival monasteries, to “improve” poor Christian history. As copies were rare and handwritten, evidence of forgery is only possible by comparison with facts that are not disputed- by the Christian Churches. Systematic forgery of history by Christian “fathers” was already noted by Gibbon, many scholars have confirmed him and contributed further evidence.
      Any historical evidence, that the Christian community in Rome comprised of others than a few jewish friends of the “Apostle Paul” is completely lacking. As late as the 4th century A.D., a writer decribed in Rome 426 temples and sacred buildings, BUT NOT ONE Christian Church! Rome had remained a non-Christian city at least to the time of Theodosius, and for this reason Constantine had transferred the Capital to Byzanz, called Constantinople.

    9. Antagonistes Says:

      Well, I have not heard one historian dispute this passage, the way that the passages in Josephus and others are disputed.

      But it is possible. But it fails the criterion of self-interest. If the passage were forged, in order to make the Christians look virtuous, why the words, “notoriously DEPRAVED Christians”? A Christian forger would have said something like “the innocent Christians” or the “humble, devout Christians.”

      But even if the passage does not refer to post-Jesus Christians, it could refer to certain groups of pre-Jesus “Christians”, what?

    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      The most excellent Arminius speaks the truth. The passage from Tacitus about “Chrestiani” in 1st century Rome is highly dubious and was most likely a clumsy insertion made by some monk in the Dark Ages. The same holds true for that brief paragraph about Jesus in Josephus’ history of the Jewish War against Rome. No 1st century religious leader named Jesus the Christ is made mention of by any known writer from that period. Nor is the Christian religion mentioned anywhere in the Roman historical record until about the year 112. And even then it is only briefly mentioned as a small, obscure religious sect located far from Rome, in Asia Minor.

    11. CW-2 Says:

      The present guy in the Vatican is a big time jew-lover and commie, and for good measure he is also pro-fag.
      We don’t need to do anything, he and plenty of churchmen like him are frantically sawing away at the branch they are sitting on.

    12. Antagonistes Says:

      The most excellent Arminius speaks the truth. The passage from Tacitus about “Chrestiani” in 1st century Rome is highly dubious and was most likely a clumsy insertion made by some monk in the Dark Ages

      I don’t think so. He would not have referred to Christians as “notoriously depraved.” As I said, this fails the criterion of self-interest.

    13. Arminius Says:

      Again, Antogonistes, you do not recognize the duplicity of the Christian scribes. If a heathen of that time had written about the “noble, peaceful, unjustly persecuted Christians” etc., everybody would doubt the truthfulness of his utterances. However, a derogatory remark used in the same context would be accepted as quite believeable…. as is the case with Antogonistes today.
      There are many testimonials of Church Fathers, Popes, Priests, that truth as a moral issue has no value to them. Read Paul’s letter to the Romans, 3,7!
      If still in doubt, see what others here said about the present Pope. And those before him were no better. Christianity started with the Jew Saul, who cleverly changed his name to Paul.

    14. Tim McGreen Says:

      But I wonder if Saul of Tarsus even existed? He was supposed to be a tent-maker, a Pharisee and a Roman citizen, as well as captain of the Jewish Temple Police, I believe. But outside of the Book of Acts, which was supposedly written by “Saint Luke”, and a few letters (or epistles) allegedly written by “Saint Paul” there’s no evidence that Saul/Paul was a real person. His grave in Rome was never found, nor was the grave of his friend “Saint Peter”. The Book of Acts doesn’t even bother telling us what happened to Paul after he was sent to Rome for trial. Very strange.

    15. Shane Says:

      Hitler was not tolerant of anti-christians. The NSDAP would not have existed without the influence of christianity.

    16. Shane Says:

      Martin Luther was no friend to the Jews.