Christmas is Racist Redeaux

Posted by James Bowery on Tuesday, 25 December 2012 11:16.

People get emotional about the public display of the Nativity Scene.  Maybe the real reason it is so emotionally charged is not that it is sectarian but racist.

Nature World reports that:

The discovery of timber gives insights into earliest wood architecture and the carpentry skills of humans around 7,000 years ago. Using laser scanning technology, experts were able to collect data on the timber joints and tool marks, shedding light on the highly developed woodworking skills of Neolithic settlers in central Europe….

This also suggests that the first farmers of the Neolithic period were also the first carpenters.

These are the same people who built the largest freestanding structures in the world at that time—structures which they shared with their cows and other livestock for warmth. 

It is all too likely that many of these First Carpenters engaged in acts of procreation with their lovers during Spring, lovers who then gave birth during winter in these longhouses with the livestock looking on.  They likely even used straw in their cradles and swaddled their newborns.

People tend to get very emotional about childbirth for some reason.  Probably because they are racists or something nasty like that.  Well, its racist and nasty for northern Europeans to get very emotional about the birth of their children rather than adopting from Africa or Asia.  Who knows but what they might have turned such a seasonal surge of births into an annual celebration and might even have felt it had some mystical connection to the solar calendar, that was so vital for agrarians to observe carefully, the winter point of which is the longest night of the year.

From Christ’s perspective, this would have been 2 and a half times older than is the first Christmas from our perspective.

See Christmas is Racist for further information on the real reason there is a war on Christmas.

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Posted by DanielS. on Tue, 25 Dec 2012 12:22 | #

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I’m pretty sure Magoo was Northern European

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JiFO9-Mj-k

Donna Reed (real name Donna Belle Mullenger) certainly was - Lovely woman.

http://www.movie2k.to/It-s-a-Wonderful-Life-watch-movie-1009008.html


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Posted by James Bowery on Tue, 25 Dec 2012 12:53 | #

Yes, as we all know from watching Hollywood’s motion pictures recently, northern European men are ridiculous if not despicable and northern European women are the beautiful victims trapped by them, waiting to be rescued by a Jew who, like Jesus, is the light unto the nations, blameless, who has in common with this beautiful ice princess that he, too, is victimized by the jealous northern European men and even so, has a great sense of humor!


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Posted by DanielS on Tue, 25 Dec 2012 14:15 | #

Posted by James Bowery on December 25, 2012, 12:53 PM | #

Yes, as we all know from watching Hollywood’s motion pictures recently, northern European men are ridiculous if not despicable and northern European women are the beautiful victims trapped by them, waiting to be rescued by a Jew who, like Jesus, is the light unto the nations, blameless, who has in common with this beautiful ice princess that he, too, is victimized by the jealous northern European men and even so, has a great sense of humor!

LOL. True - of hymiewood movies, anyway.


Charles Dickens’ Christmas Carol is actually based on one of Plato’s dialogues.

..I rather like the Magoo version.

Nor is “It’s a Wonderful Life” based on Jewish culture.

Jimmy Stewart forgoes his dream of worldly travel to rescue the gal, Donna Reed, and the town of Bedford Falls from an otherwise corrupt future.


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Posted by Aelfgar on Tue, 25 Dec 2012 17:18 | #

Abandon Christianity and yahew the tribal god of the judes. Spill the blood of the outsiders and the traitors within in the name of the thunderer


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Posted by Thorn on Tue, 25 Dec 2012 22:47 | #

Abandon Christianity and yahew the tribal god of the judes….

HAHA!

Looks like Daniels is back to using his old sock puppet tactic AGAIN.

 


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Posted by Thorn on Tue, 25 Dec 2012 22:55 | #

Three Christmas songs sung by three beautiful white women:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gx2Mc5K9VO0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPHh3nMMu-I

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8GmduT5AF8

Merry Christmass


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Posted by Phil on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 00:31 | #

Something similar might be going on with the Crucifixion story, right?

Crucifixion was a common Roman punishment. When the Romans expanded into northern Europe, they probably used crucifixion to punish rebellious tribes. They would probably crucify chiefs or leaders of the tribes. Perhaps there were examples of young men from the tribes that would offer themselves to the Roman authorities to be crucified in lieu of someone else being crucified or the entire tribe being punished, the sacrificial young man thus taking up all the “sins” of the tribe. The memory of this sort of thing may have been the origin of the Biblical Crucifixion story.


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Posted by DanielS on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 00:41 | #

Posted by Thorn on December 25, 2012, 10:47 PM | #

  Abandon Christianity and yahew the tribal god of the judes….

HAHA!

Looks like Daniels is back to using his old sock puppet tactic AGAIN.

I don’t do sock puppetry, Thorn (though it seem that you might).

Aelfgar spoke of his own accord.


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Posted by Zeke on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 02:43 | #

With the exception of the Puritans, it appears the Anglo-American Christmas fete was more Bacchanalian than Christian. Apparently Dickens’ ‘Christmas Carol’ was a major turning point. It appears Dickens used the spiritualism dominant at the time to spin a tale of the virtues of non-kinship based reciprocity. Capra’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ also used a spirit/angel to advance the message of reciprocity, this time it was towards recent Italian immigrants, saved from the egregious evil founding American old man Potter, who came to George’s rescue, saving the founders from there inherently debased tendencies.

And angels get their wings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iw4i78vr95k


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Posted by DanielS on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 03:41 | #

Zeke, I meant well - these are fairly benign Christmas tales. Aspects of the celebration and a spirit of good will need not be obliterated entirely in paranoia.

However, I can understand the point of being averse to the indiscriminate good will of Christianity.


Back to your criticisms:


Posted by Zeke on December 26, 2012, 02:43 AM | #

With the exception of the Puritans, it appears the Anglo-American Christmas fete was more Bacchanalian than Christian.

Well maybe - fine and good if it was, I guess.

Apparently Dickens’ ‘Christmas Carol’ was a major turning point. It appears Dickens used the spiritualism dominant at the time to spin a tale of the virtues of non-kinship based reciprocity.

How much non-kin? I thought it was English being reciprocal toward English? That is, I cannot agree that it takes the notion of kin too far. I think Dickens’ unit of reciprocity was reasonable.

Capra’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ also used a spirit/angel to advance the message of reciprocity, this time it was towards recent Italian immigrants, saved from the egregious evil founding American old man Potter, who came to George’s rescue, saving the founders from there inherently debased tendencies.

In this case again, the unit of reciprocity was reasonably measured. The Italian immigrants were still working with loans for their business. Yes, there there was a corrupt, exploitative, Anglo-American lender (Potter) in Bedford Falls and decent ones - Jimmy Stewart and his father’s business - but they were still lenders/businessmen; not a charity organization. Nor did the film claim that Italians were incorruptable, as the scenes of life had Jimmy Stewart’s character not been born make clear.

The Italian immigrants are rather a subplot anyway. Markedly unlike the hymiewood productions of today, and not coincidentally, Capra demonstrates respect for the Anglo-Saxon founders in this movie; the story line shrugs-off some condescension toward Italians and happily ennobles the Anglo-Saxon characters, demonstrating a friendly good will toward them, their happiness and success throughout. That is not an accident, it is an expression of shared European culture - hence a sense of balanced and decent reciprocity.

You may say that the movie’s message is a bit too nice, to the point where it would promote naiivete and leave Europeans of whatever kind susceptible - and I can agree. That would contribute to the kind of result of “earned wings” that you show here:

And angels get their wings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iw4i78vr95k

But I believe that has largely to do with Christianity and the susceptibilities that it creates.

It is the indiscriminate good will of Christianity that is the means by which some, like Thorn, would affix that parasite to Europeans.


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Posted by John on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 05:23 | #

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1LuHGsXdUU


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Posted by Thorn on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 09:11 | #

Infinite Regression Fallacy


Faulty Logic in the “Who Made God?” argument.

“In “discussions” with me, Atheists always use the “if God created the universe, then who made God?” argument otherwise known as the “chain of causation” or “infinite regression” argument. In other words Atheists argue that if everything needs a creator then the creator would also need a creator, and that creator would need a creator and so on to infinity. The argument seems logical on the surface, however, if we take a deeper look at this reasoning we will find it faulty.

Well known Atheist leaders like Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris are convinced that this “chain of causation” argument has refuted the idea of a creator. In his book The God Delusion, Dawkins concedes that the universe is fantastically complex and gives every indication of design. Even so, Dawkins notes that we cannot infer a creator because such a creator would have to be at least as complex as the universe that he has supposedly designed (he is assuming here, by the way, that God is not as complex as the universe and ignores the characteristics of God). Therefore Dawkins concludes that “the theist’s answer has utterly failed” because it has only pushed the problem back by one level. “If God created the universe,” Sam Harris writes in his book Letter to a Christian Nation, “what created God?”

Atheists are notoriously very proud of this argument, however, they are forgetting that you can’t just dismiss a thousand years of metaphysical reasoning as irrational by some type of illogical straw man. Thomas Aquinas, in his work, made strong arguments for a creator. Aquinas begins with two principles that are today at the heart of all scientific reasoning. He argues that every effect requires a cause, and that nothing in the world is the cause of its own existence.

Whenever you encounter A, it has to be caused by some other B. But then B has to be accounted for, and let us say it is caused by C. This tracing of causes, Aquinas says, cannot continue indefinitely, because if it did then nothing would have come into existence. Therefore there must be an original cause that is responsible for the chain of causation in the first place. To this first cause he gives the name God.”


more>>
http://www.atheismsfallacies.com/infinite-regression-fallacy/


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Posted by Thorn on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 09:47 | #

It is the indiscriminate good will of Christianity that is the means by which some, like Thorn, would affix that parasite to Europeans.

I doubt danny boy would be very welcome in the Southern states.  Those good ol’ boys such as Jim Giles would tear him limb from limb.

http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2012/12/18/live-thread-jared-taylor-on-radio-free-mississippi/comment-page-2/

Of course Jared Taylor would have little or nothing to do with the likes of danny. Fringe WNs do far more harm than good.


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Posted by DanielS on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 10:28 | #

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I get along with Southerner’s ok. I am not a part of their culture but I neither aspire to be nor to interfere with them. I have cousins who live in Alabama, married into the Faulkner clan. My grandfather was stationed there during WWI. I’m all for secession, whenever and wherever it might occur. The Civil War was a vast tragedy for European peoples: over 600,000 slaughtered. Think of all those great men lost, the great sons and the beautiful daughters that they would have had. Unconscionable. I wish they had all used guerrilla tactics and fought as Nathan Bedford Forest had. Moreiver, that they not have to fight at all, to begin. Though being aware of Giles volatility, I would not care to explore farther conversation with him, I did have a few friendly exchanges; I don’t see whereas our aims are particularly different; and certainly not to where he and I would or should be at such violent odds with one another.

Regarding the atheist thing, again, I do not consider myself an atheist.


I don’t require Jared Taylory’s approval. Although, to his credit, he does seem to work with some fringe characters, people who are either just starting out or who are suffering marginalization.


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Posted by Aelfgar on Wed, 26 Dec 2012 13:49 | #

Thorn I am a separate entity from DanielS. The fact is Christianity has done much damage to our race. It is a Jewish slave religion of the orient that began in the sewers of crumbling Rome. We should return to nature worship and begin to obverse and enforce the natural order, once again.


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Posted by nick dean on Wed, 02 Jan 2013 17:28 | #

Monetary reform writer and activist Ellen Brown has drawn attention to the fact major networks in the US (it’s been the same here) have stopped showing IAWL since 2008.



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