“If any man come to me, and hate not his father and mother, and wife and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.” – Jesus
Christianity is the religion founded by the ascetic philosopher Jesus of Nazareth as a total opposition to Judaism, in response to which Jews swiftly orchestrated his arrest, torture and finally death by crucifixion. Jesus’ teachings were subsequently rewritten by the pharisee
Saul ’Paul’ of Tarsus (Jew) into a contrived derivative of Judaism known as Judeo-Christianity, in which form it was introduced to the Roman Empire and subsequently popularized across the world. As Hitler describes: “The decisive falsification of Jesus’s doctrine was the work of St. Paul. He gave himself to this work with subtlety and for purposes of personal exploitation. For the Galilean’s object was to liberate His country from Jewish oppression. He set Himself against Jewish capitalism, and that’s why the Jews liquidated Him.”
Hitler and others in the NSDAP attempted to undo this corruption and return Christianity to its authentic form in National Socialist Germany by throwing out the entire Old Testament from canonical scripture and incorporating instead content from the Apocrypha (e.g. Gospel of Thomas, Gospel of the Holy Twelve) and theology of the minority Gnostic sects (e.g. Cathars) that had been persecuted for centuries by the mainstream Judeo-Christian establishment but which alone had preserved the true spirit of Jesus’ teachings. As Joseph Goebbels affirms: “Christianity is not a religion for the masses, let alone for all. Cultivated by few and translated into deeds, it is one of the most splendid blossoms that can grow in the soul of a good man.” Post-WWII National Socialists such as Miguel Serrano have also contributed to this task.
“The only person who has been more lied about than Hitler is Christ.” – George Lincoln Rockwell
Judeo-Christianity is any version of Christianity which accepts the Old Testament (ie. the Tanakh or Jewish Bible) as well as all of the New Testament, and therefore believes that Yahweh (the god of creation revealed through Abraham (Jew), Moses (Jew) and other Jews) and the Heavenly Father (the god of salvation revealed through Jesus) are the same person.
A god of both creation and salvation is a god who offers a solution to a problem that he himself set up in the first place, and then expects to take credit for it. Such a god may exist, but demonstrates by his actions that he is fundamentally an enslaver, in the sense that he places his own creations in captivity from which release is contingent on subjugation. Thus such a god cannot be worshipped by Aryans.
Judeo-Christianity leads to tribalism because it promotes the idea that Yahweh created all other life for the pleasure of the dominant group. It also encourages passivity because it promotes depending upon Jesus – by his sacrifice - having already done the work for us. Furthermore, it leads to conflict with other religions by claiming that dependence upon Jesus is the only way to salvation. When Judeo-Christians say that Jesus died to save us from sin, they visualize him taking in our place the punishment rightly due us for our sins. They even call Jesus “the Lamb”, a reference to the lambs that Jews ritually kill to get rid of their sins via the wholly Judaic concept of “scapegoating”, which has nothing whatsoever to do with what Jesus himself taught.
“Christ stands never otherwise than erect, never otherwise than upright, eyes flashing in the midst of the creeping Jewish rabble, and the words fall like lashes of the whip: ‘Your father is the devil!’” – Dietrich Eckart
Gnostic Christianity is any version of Christianity which rejects the Old Testament and suspects part of the New Testament to have been written conspiratorially for the purpose of linking it to the Old Testament, and therefore believes that Yahweh and the Heavenly Father are two different people. Unlike a creator god whose existence is inferred by theists/deists from observing the existence of the material universe, the existence of the Heavenly Father is not inferred from the material universe, as he is not a creator god. Nevertheless, his representatives claim certain knowledge (“gnosis”) that he exists; it is on this account that such representatives are called ”Gnostic”.
Gnostic Christian theology is of Yahweh forcefully imprisoning us within the world he created, and the Heavenly Father sending Jesus to show us the way to freedom. As Yahweh is worshipped by Jews, whose aim is perpetual worldly dominion, so his opposite principle the Heavenly Father is suitable for worship by Aryans, whose aim is final transcendence.
Gnostic Christianity leads to universalism because it promotes the idea of all life as fellow victims of the worldly prison who must unite to break free. It also encourages positivity because it promotes emulation of Jesus’ spiritual journey in our own lives rather than mere dependence upon him. It does not lead to conflict with other religions towards the same goal because the journey can be undertaken with or without Jesus as guide. It will remain opposed only to Judaism and religions similar to it. When Gnostic Christians say that Jesus died to save us from sin, all we mean is that he by his actions (rejecting sacrifices, breaking sabbath, storming the temple, choosing death over obedience to tradition) in defiance of Judaism, which is where the very notion of “sin” comes from in the first place, showed us that there is no such thing as “sin” as defined by Jewish law, but only moral evil defined by lack of empathy. Similarly, Jesus taught forgiveness only of ”sins” according to Jewish law, not of moral evil, the latter which he has promised to punish without mercy upon his return by throwing all evildoers into eternal hellfire.
Was Jesus a Jew?
“My feelings as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them … How terrific was his fight for the world against the Jewish poison!” – Adolf Hitler
Christians are not supposed to believe that Joseph was Jesus’ biological father, therefore any supposed geneaology of Jesus that includes Joseph should be worthless to Christians from a biological perspective. In other words, at least half of Jesus’ ancestry is a mystery.
Zionist media and academia frequently claim that Jesus was of Jewish ancestry, perhaps as part of an attempt to consolidate Judeo-Christianity. Hitler, on the other hand, always referred to Jesus as an Aryan on account of his noble character and actions. We would put the statement even more strongly: Jesus was an Aryan even assuming he had Jewish ancestry. This is for the simple reason that Jesus had no offspring. Ancestry matters when it is passed down, not when it is terminated. If Jesus had Jewish blood, he did the most Aryan thing possible by preventing it from continuing into the next generation.
This is a very important point. Jesus’ most famous teaching of all is: “Love your enemy.” This quote must be read in conjunction with the quote at the top of this page in order to be properly understood. It clearly does not - as commonly misinterpreted - mean that we should not hate anyone at all. Rather, it means we should empathize with traditionally presumed ‘enemies’ (ie. those belonging to a different identity than oneself) by seeing them as fellow victims first, which is part of the same shift in perspective as is involved in rejection of family, namely a shift from an identitarian worldview to a moral worldview. We should not hate people of Jewish heritage merely for having been born with Jewish blood, something in which they had no choice as individuals, being thus themselves victims of their parents’ actions. Instead, we should offer our full support for all individuals of Jewish heritage to follow Jesus’ personal example of refraining from reproducing, and hence thereafter be remembered not as Jews but as fellow Aryans.