The following essay is a guest submission by Otto Skorzeny and Sanguinem Aryan of the *Fatherland podcast. – JS
This time of year always brings to the fore certain issues that may not get much thought during the rest of the year. One such issue is Christianity and its relationship to the Jews. Christmas is certainly a combination of Christian and pre-Christian traditions, and people in general, especially in our circles, tend to focus on the aspects of the holiday that appeal to them and their individual worldview. With that in mind, I’d like to propose an idea; what if being Christian doesn’t necessitate revering any Jews, what if Jesus were White? What if his mother were White; what if Abraham, Moses and David were all white; what if the people called Israelites in the Bible were all actually White people?
This concept may be completely foreign to some but it is an ideology that has a quite a few serious adherents, including both Protestants and many Traditionalist Catholics.
Let’s start with the obvious question, if the Israelites were white, then where did these people who call themselves Jews today come from? There are several opinions, one is that a racial rift occurred when Jacob’s brother, Esau (whom God Hated) (Rom. 9:13) married foreign (non-w=White) women (1 Kings 11:8), thereby corrupting his bloodline. This theory goes on to say that thenceforth, Esau’s (or Edom’s) descendants (Edomites) have been at war with the unpolluted line of Jacob ever since (Gen. 25:23). Jewish sources say that the majority of modern Jews are Khazars, a Turkic tribe, and converted sometime around 800 AD. The fact that modern Jews are not the same people as ancient Israelites is even found in some of their own literature, “Strictly speaking it is incorrect to call an ancient Israelite a ‘Jew’ or to call a contemporary Jew an Israelite or a Hebrew.”
Church art always depicts Jesus, Mary and other “Jews” as White. Some have claimed that this is simply due to the fact that whites painted these images for a white audience, but there may be more to this argument than simple “cultural appropriation.” Take the fact that the name Adam means “to show red in the face”, or in other words, to blush. Whites are the only race capable of blushing. David was said to have a “ruddy complexion and a fair countenance” (1 Sam. 17:42). In a letter purported to be written by Pontius Pilate to Tiberius Caesar describes Jesus as having “golden hair.”
The Bible says that Jesus came only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (Matt. 15:24) and that his sheep hear his voice (John 10:27). Clearly it is the White race that has overwhelmingly accepted Christianity, not “Jews.” The Bible also says that there would be those who say they are Jews but are not (Rev. 3:9); John the Baptist called them a brood of vipers (Matt. 3:7); Jesus called them liars and “of their father the devil” (John 8:44). Here he was speaking to the (((religious and political leaders))) of his day. Imagine what conclusions could be drawn about the racial makeup of the United States if some future historian were to look at the religious, educational, political and media leaders we’ve got.
Abraham’s descendants are said to be as numerous as the stars in the heavens and the sand on the seashore and are to become a multitude of nations and a blessing to all nations (Gen 17). Ask yourself who this prophecy applies to more: White people–the bringers of civilization to the whole world, curers of disease, eliminators of starvation–or a tiny group of “Jews” always acting as parasites in other nations, constantly being kicked out and Shoah’d? For being a “Jewish book,” it sure is hard on the people who call themselves Jews today.
In conclusion, there is a viable third position between believing that your savior is a Jew and rejecting Christianity all together for being an anti-White sand religion. Maybe Jesus and his kin were white, instead of a “Kike-on-stick”, truly our “Kinsman redeemer” (Ruth 2).