Judeo Christian values.

An article on my feed this morning initially got me rather excited. I had to sit down and place a wet hanky on my head.

Italian monastery to house right-wing populist leader school.

A remote 800-year-old hilltop religious retreat in Italy is to become the latest in a wave of right-wing academies attempting to shape the next generation of populist leaders in Europe …

Emphasising the importance of Western values, the Trisulti monastery is one of a number of such projects in Europe …

Wow. I mean, what’s not to like? Western values? Ancient 800 year old Italian religious retreat? Right wing academies? I mean, it’s just so delicious. I bet this is going to be awesome.

That’s what I thought at least, until …

The Trisulti monastery, about a two-hour drive southeast of Rome, is being converted by Benjamin Harnwell, a conservative Catholic ideologue from Leicestershire, who told The Times that he was determined to “defend the Judeo-Christian roots of society”.

You’re a “conservative Catholic ideologue” who defends Judeo-Christian roots of society?

Big. Fat. Motherfucking. Fail.

Hear me now: There is no such thing as Judeo-Christianity. It was a propaganda invention post WWII. Judaism and Christianity are in opposition to one another. The Jews consider Jesus to be a heretic. The two religions have similar roots, but then so does Islam. That doesn’t make it the same thing. Oh those Judeo-Christians were persecuted by the Romans, said no history book ever. Catholic Spain expelled its entire Jewish population, an inconvenient fact much forgotten today. The term Ghetto was invented in Catholic Venice, which put up with the Jews due to the trade benefits.

Honestly, it’s just embarrassing at this point.

When I think of Judeo Christian values this is what springs to mind for me:

Feminism, divorce, homosexuality, the breakdown of the nuclear family, left-wing activism, socialism, communism, the welfare state, women’s right to vote, equality, female politicians, female pastors, open borders, refugees, mass immigration, drugs, diversity, transsexualism, the perversion of universities, and the biggest one of all, globalism.

If you’re founding a right-wing populist leader school to promote that then I hope that it burns to the ground with all of you in it.

13 thoughts on “Judeo Christian values.

  1. Adam Theodore

    All I see is someone crying victim. You’re not unlike the blacks you lambast for bemoaning white oppression. Stop whining or have the courage of your convictions and call for the final solution.


  2. Ben David

    An intelligent gentile like yourself doesn’t understand that the Marxist/postmodern catalog of ills you’ve listed was deployed AGAINST the Jewish ideas of man in G-d’s image, free will, and monotheism leading to a brotherhood of humanity – ideas whose socio-political conclusions were developed in Christendom, leading to modern democracy, private ownership, and freedom of opinion?



  3. Good points.

    Jesus clearly separated himself from the teachings/leanings of the Jewish community during his day. And thus, he was expelled and hated by them. Moreover, the work of Paul is significant; he understood that the prepuce has a purpose and than ritualistic mutilation of the genitals is the action of a morally confused people.

    Judeo-Christian only confuses the modern Christian, making him/her feel as if he owes his existence to what is, essentially, a different religion.


  4. OdinsSkald

    Couldn’t agree more.

    Anyone who refers to Judeo Christian values is essentially apologising for being a Christian, a poor one at that.


  5. Adam T

    Matthew 5:17-20.

    Judaism is the foundation of Christianity as Christ is the fulfilment of the teachings of the Jewish religion. The Jews are God’s chosen people. Best not to hate them if you don’t want to go against God.


  6. The ten commandments are jewish. The scriptures that prophesy Christ (according to some) are jewish. The book of proverbs is jewish. Abraham, King David, Daniel, Jesus and John the Baptist were jews. St Paul spends a great deal of time arguing that christians have a deal going with God very similar and analogous to the deal that God’s chosen people have.

    You can understand why some people form the mistaken impression that Christianity might have something to do with Judaism.


  7. mac

    Adam T,

    I have one question for you. How can one deny that Jesus is the Son of God, the Messiah, and still be considered God’s Chosen People? Check out John Chapter 8.


  8. schoolboy

    Jews have always been antagonistic to Christianity right from the execution of Christ to today. Listen to the way jews in America talk about Christianity, they hate it and fear it. Jews have even aligned themselves with Muslims throughout history against the Church. Modern evangelicals in America are supporting Israel and Jews waiting for the Messiah to return and are blind to the influence jews have had in ruining the country via TV and Movies, gay legislation, immigration. They support minorities because they are a minority and want help to fend off conservative white Christians whom they despise. As some conservative Catholics recognize: when Christianity is down the Jews are up, when Jews are down Christianity is up. Today many so-called Catholics are conservative in name only: many are okay with gays, immigration, they love Jews, are fearful of guns in the house and wouldn’t want to use one. They are not really red pilled in all phases of life, just enough to think they are right.


  9. Adam T

    Mac, perhaps you should read Romans 11.

    God does not change, and he does not break his promises.

    Have a read of Psalm 89 while you are at it.


    1. OdinsSkald

      The New Testament has nothing to do with Judaism.

      Judaism and Jews are essentially evil. There is nothing redeeming at all about them. They constitute foot soldiers of Satan.


  10. Uncle Tim

    Read up on the nonsense term Judeo-Christian. It was invented by the people whom you are not allowed to criticize.


    “The so-called “Judeo-Christian tradition” is in reality a myth created purely for political and social reasons. In fact, the concept has more to do with post-1945 “anti-Semitic public relations” than it does with historical or religious reality. Apparently, the catch-phrase began to be used in the 1920s by the National Conference of Christians and Jews in an effort to combat anti-Semitism and to balance the then-dominant rhetoric that America was a “Christian-Protestant” nation. Essentially, the term “Judeo-Christian” was coined in an attempt to create a cross-denominational religious consensus that, by including Judaism, avoided the appearance of anti-Semitism. The Internet site Wikipedia notes: “Promoting the concept of America as a Judeo -Christian nation became a political program in the 1920s in response to the growth of anti-Semitism in America…. [Ultimately, the] phrase ‘Judeo-Christian’ entered the contemporary lexicon as the standard liberal term for the idea that Western values rest on a religious consensus that included Jews” (wikipedia.org/wiki/Judeo-Christian).

    By the early 1950s, President Dwight Eisenhower was using the term to refer to the religious faith upon which the country was founded. In the politics of the 1990s, the idea of “Judeo-Christian values” was widely used to further the agenda of the “conservative right” movement.”


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