Renaming the problem

This image comes from page 50 of the book Pablo: El Santo Aventurero (Paul: The Holy Adventurer) originally published in English by the David C. Cook Foundation and translated into Spanish in Barcelona, Spain.

Translated back into English, the title of the chapter is ‘The Earthquake (Acts: 16: 20-37)’ and the captions, with a man from a Roman province accusing Paul, say: ‘These men are Jews and are trying to cause problems by teaching customs contrary to Roman law’. The others respond: ‘Yes, we heard him’.

Notice the hair colour of the white Roman leader and his subjects. The message of this illustrated book for white Christians is that the Jew Paul was the good guy, and the pagan whites the bad guys.

How long will it take for white nationalists to awaken to the fact that ‘the Jewish problem’ ought to be renamed as ‘the Judeo-Christian problem’?

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  1. Considering that most of them think “Judeo-Christian” is just another subversion attempt, I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    • Christian nationalists in the racial movement simply don’t want to face honestly what their Bible says. For example, in several of my translations of Deschner’s books, and also in my quotes of Nixey’s book, the authors say that, right before the destruction of Greco-Roman art, architecture and whole libraries, the Christians first labelled them as demonic. This verbal abuse (“books of magic”) that preceded the destruction of the Aryan libraries started no less than with Paul himself. And the Xtians who read their Bible are familiar with the burning of books in Ephesus ordered by Paul and his gang of Semitic Xtians.

      So we have the first example of a Xtian Jew destroying Aryan books in the New Testament itself! And those Xtian nationalists who claim to defend their race, by having Paul’s epistles as holy writ are actually contributing to the Jewish agenda.

      This is page 64 of the above-mentioned illustrated book. Paul’s companion (note that he’s red-haired) says: “These men are burning a fortune”. Paul responds: “Yes, but they’ll now have a new life”.

      White nationalists have no excuse. What they call the JQ is actually a J/C question, in the sense that it takes two to tango (the subversive kike and the white traitor).

  2. The Acts of the Apostles by Saint Luke also says – by way of a fictitious anecdote – that the books of the “heathens” or “ethnikoi” to use the biblical term, i.e. ethnic Gentiles/non-jews/Europeans, are to be burnt.

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    Why I spend so much time trying to discredit the Lucan writings in particular. Perhaps the worst books in the bible – Luke and Acts – are penned by this Physician companion of saint paul.

    • According to Deschner, “there is no proof that Mark and Luke, whose names appear in the New Testament, are disciples of the apostles; that Mark is identical to the companion of Peter, or that Luke was Paul’s companion. The four Gospels were transmitted anonymously.”

      • Yeah, I was being facetious. Nobody knows who wrote the New Testament. Even Peter and half of Paul’s letters are not by the named authors it would seem.

  3. This image appears on page 56, a chapter based on Acts 17:13-18 and Paul’s epistles to the Thessalonians. Keep in mind that, after Constantine’s takeover, the Xtians demonized the statues right before destroying them. The caption has Paul saying in Athens (the archetypal place to admire Aryan beauty in the Ancient World): “Idols everywhere and even an altar to the unknown god!”

    • Using the experience of todays Southern USA taking down “confederate” statues under pressure from the more numerous non-white mobs hints that the majority race must also have changed during early christianity in Rome.

      Is there a lesson to be learned with how Rome handled it for us!


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