Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. The more things change, the more they stay the same. People have worshipped gods and followed religions for tens of thousands of years. Born five hundred years ago, you would have believed firmly in one or another religion, and you might even have watched approvingly as someone was burnt alive or beheaded for questioning it. Religion and religious feelings – this is evil, this is sinful, this is blasphemous – are natural to us. It’s probably genetic: our brains are built that way.
Which is why religion never goes away: it just changes form. Christianity might be dying in Europe, but a new religion has taken its place. Whereas before you were in trouble for questioning the Virgin Birth or the Resurrection, now you go to prison for questioning other sacred cows. If you think free speech exists in Britain and the rest of Europe, think again. Many people have been prosecuted and imprisoned in the past thirty years not for their actions, but for their ideas. These many different people had one thing in common: their ideas were offensive to Jews. They questioned things the Jews hold sacred, such as the equality of the races and the goodness and naturalness of multi-culturalism. But above all, they questioned the Holocaust, our new state religion. And like those two other religions created and perpetuated by Jews – Judaism and Marxism – it’s violent, aggressive and intolerant. Those who blaspheme against it are attacked.
Look at this description of how Jews reacted to a blasphemer 2,000 years ago:
When they heard these things, they were cut to the heart, and they gnashed on him with their teeth. But he said, Behold, I see the heavens opened, and the Son of Man standing on the right hand of God. Then they cried out with a loud voice, and stopped their ears, and ran upon him with one accord, and cast him out of the city, and stoned him. (Acts 7:54-8)
The first Christian martyr, St Stephen, was murdered by Jews not for his actions, but for his ideas. Now think of three Gentiles 2,000 years later: Mel Gibson, Prince Harry and the present Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone. Mel Gibson made a film about Christ, Prince Harry wore a swastika to a fancy dress party, and Ken Livingstone compared a Jewish reporter to a concentration camp guard. And the Jews were cut to the heart, and gnashed on them with their teeth, and ran upon them with one accord, and stoned them. Today, they use symbolic stones – accusations of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial – but the aim is the same: to silence the blasphemer and frighten everyone else. And many Gentiles joined in or watched approvingly. The Holocaust is our religion too. If you question it, it’s not just Jews who scream “Blasphemy!” and start throwing stones. Gentiles scream “Blasphemy!” and throw stones too.
And because we Gentiles follow this new religion, we let the Jews get away with murder. The murder of our own race. We watch the Jews run our newspapers and our magazines and our television stations, pumping out race-poison every moment of every day, and we do nothing. The Holocaust religion, Holocaustianity, teaches that Jews are the pure, powerless, innocent victims of undeserved Gentile hatred and malice. It teaches that Jews have no power or influence at all, and that they selflessly use the power and influence they don’t have for the Greater Good of Humanity. Holocaustianity blinds us to what’s right before our eyes: that Jews, a minority in all Western nations, run the media for their own benefit. It teaches us that we can’t see this, and can’t comment on it, and can’t conclude that it is bad for us. Because those things would be anti-Semitic, and Holocaustianity teaches us that anti-Semitism leads directly to the gas-chambers and ovens of Auschwitz, the very Heart of the Heart of Darkness. It teaches us that anti-Semitism is evil, and that we must see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil.
This Jewish poison is killing us and if we don’t wake up soon, we’re going to wake up dead.