De-Toxing from Jewish Lore
How did the Old Testament Bible, which promotes a belief in Jewish Supremacism, become the religion of the Northern Europeans, and later, through colonialism, the main religion of the world’s only superpower?
To answer the question upfront: The heathen Northern Europeans were tribal pastoralists who renounced their inclusion into the globalist Roman Empire. And so, they found validation for their way of life in the Old Testament, which also sports a nation-building pastoralist supremacy.
If you knew that the word Catholicism really means ‘universalism’ or ‘globalism’, you could figure out that Protestants were the first anti-globalists, whereas the Roman Empire was the first globalist project, the precursor to the European Union.
Chased out of Europe by Catholic armies, the majority Protestant pastoralists colonized parts of the world and ended up founding the USA and many other nations in the spirit of Abraham. However unwittingly, along with it, they brought the Jewish Supremacy that now rules over them. American “exceptionalism”, of course, is Jewish Supremacism by a different name, and the “white middle class” have become the leadership’s cash cows.
But the Christ figure of the New Testament rejects this supremacism and rather promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion for all mankind. Indeed, the Christ of the New Testament was always conceived as a sort of gender-confused vegan globalist communist, ruled by his mother Mary, the farthest opposite from the straight meat and dairy-eating patriarchs of the Old.
The Jewish Paradigm
It seems that ever since Biblical times, the Western world has been divided into Old Testament nationalist supremacists (“conservatives”) and New Testament globalist communists (now also atheists). I call this the Jewish Paradigm—or JP—and it still lays the foundation for almost all Western thinking. I consider that problematic.
The early Roman globalism came to a halt when the heathen Germanic chieftain Arminius (Siegfried) defeated three Roman legions at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. Though Rome was sacked by Alaric I, the Roman idea eventually rebuilt itself into the Holy Roman Empire under Otto I.
Today, the USA is predatorily capitalist, and Europe has always been more socialist. Many Americans today, for example, still have their boys circumcised as per the Old Testament, whereas the majority Catholic white Europeans generally don't practice circumcision. We consider it a thing Muslims and Jews do.
Yet, I personally neither support the Old Testament’s “White" (meaning Jewish) supremacy, nor the New Testament’s Christo-communism (now atheist).
The New Testament became the Roman Empire’s blueprint for a multicultural, borderless society for people of all skin colors and tongues. Christ, incidentally, opposed the family as a core biological unit. Joseph was a helper male, after all, not his real father.
And I prefer to eat meat and dairy, and not "take this bread as my flesh and this wine as my blood”. Bread and wine, that's a vegan diet of sugar and carbs, so different from the Old Testament God who favored Abel’s offering of animal fat and protein over Cain’s offering of greens.
Can I have the Old Testament but without Jews, please? Can God make the Germanics his Chosen People instead? Still, it isn't the supremacy I'm looking for. I'm just looking for a future without foreign immigrants. A sort of leave-us-alone-ism? That's all.
My Religious Background
Although I was baptized a Roman Catholic in the south of The Netherlands, I wasn’t raised religiously. We hardly went to church, and soon quit going altogether. My parents owned a Bible but never read from it. I skipped my First Communion and that was the end of my religious association. We never said prayers at dinner, and I was often surprised to meet people who did.
My parents sent me to a Catholic primary school but I wouldn’t have known that Easter was about Christ’s resurrection. I thought it was about painting eggs. We used to say prayers in school every morning until too many Islamic pupils joined our school and we were forced to tone down the school’s Christian identity. (Almost forty years later, kids attending my old school are now 30% non-white Islamic, and the school is no longer Christian but has become a “public” school.)
Mid-way through high school, our religious program (just 1 lecture a week) was abolished under pressure from atheist parents. In turn, the religious parents managed to prevent our biology teacher from teaching the chapter on the theory of evolution. We were given a paper sheet explaining the Genesis version of events.
That was life in The Netherlands during the 1980s and 90s. The culture wars had just begun.
As a teen, I could never identify with the Biblical setting of the Middle East, nor with the stories about people with strange Hebrew names. Biblical stories still feel alien to me. I remember thinking, these are not my people. I don’t descend from Middle Easterners! My ancestors were never in Egypt, we were already living in the North.
I tried to fill the religious gap in my upbringing by reading a lot, looking for guidance, and so I stumbled upon a Dutch translation of the Poetic Edda, the book of Nordic poems detailing the adventures of Thor, Odin, Freya, and Heimdal.
I know that some of the poems, such as the famous Ballad of the High One, were heavily Christianized in anticipation of our subjugation. But other stories such as The Lay of Thrym betray the unmistakable character of the heathens who wouldn't hesitate to genocide their enemies while mocking crossdressers.
In these stories, I found psychological identification. The Icelandic Sagas, for example, often describe the thought processes of the Norsemen, and I discovered that I think very much like them. These are my people. Why did they become Christian?
Breaking the Jewish Paradigm
Though my mind is Christian and scientific, because of my education, my heart is heathen. I want to know: How did the world succumb to Jewish Lore? How come the Biblical stories still largely dominate our thinking, as though the Semitic fictions form a fundamental blueprint for our reality? May we ever hope to de-tox from Semitism?
Moreover, I couldn't care less about being called anti-semitic when it is clear that Semitic Supremacism is the real problem. Most white people are way too timid and gullible to be a supremacy of anything, and Jewish intellectuals have easily hacked our minds because of it.
As I said, the Old Testament promotes Jewish Supremacism. Cleverly, the New Testament counters this Jewish Supremacism by giving the Jews a Messiah of their own, Jesus. But—gotcha!—this Christ the Jew fellow doesn’t believe in the supremacy of a Chosen People, instead, he promotes equality and diversity.
For this reason, most religious Jews don’t accept Christ as their Messiah. The New Testament was meant to convince the Jews of old ways to give up their supremacist predatory philosophy and accept the meekness of Christ. A fantastic con, though I wonder who was really behind it, the Flavian dynasty or just their Jew, Josephus Flavius (the Flavian Joseph?). Indeed, I suspect early communistic Jews came up with the New Testament and the gullible simple Europeans had nothing to do with it.
The Two Dogmas
The two testaments are at war with one another. The Old Testament promotes nationalism, meat-eating (“greens are for the animals; the animals are for the people”), harsh punishment, a genocidal god (the flood), and patriarchy. The New Testament promotes globalism, veganism (“take this bread as my flesh”), equality and diversity, and matriarchy (“Mary, the Mother of God”).
And we, common folk, are trapped between these two dogmatic extremes. Our political right wing and left wing to this day still align with the Biblical division of Abel the pastoralist and Cain the agriculturalist.
The Old Testament, that’s the U.S.-Israeli Supremacism today, that’s capitalism and colonialism. The New Testament, that’s George Soros’s Global Open Society today, that’s mass immigration, the decline of the nation-state, the effacement of culture, the transgenderism of men and boys. The New Testament is hardcore communism.
Welcome to Valhalla
We, gentiles of the North, have our own gods, Thor as the embodiment of manliness, Odin as the invincible god of death, and Freya as the goddess of lust and love.
In one of the stories from the Edda, Odin dresses up as a sailor and has a threesome with his son's wife and her sister. The gods of Valhalla eat meat and get drunk every night, while Freya takes care of everybody’s sexual needs.
Odinism is a religion for people who are no longer ashamed of being alive, for people who don't feel guilty for seeking life’s pleasures. They drink milk and love their nation. They will defend their land with force and aggression.
And yet, they value the family as the core unit of social life. They defended their family against unwanted outsiders, and they mocked men in dresses.
It is with good reason that so many German fairytales and folk stories tell of witches with crooked noses. They were trying to warn us.