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Marxism, Christianity, Freudianism



Story of Marxism, Christianity, Freudianism: Jews invent ideas that are entirely about them, ideas about a global equalitarian tribe—tell everyone else they will “save the world”, pester people until they adopt them. Only unhealthy people agree with them, chaos ensues; eventually 98% of people just nod along with the ideas and do the opposite (because they know that to take these things seriously is suicidal)—the result is what is left of Christianity, which is just this hollowed out thing where nobody except three or four people in an organisation actually takes it seriously.


You notice that Marxism, Christianity, and Freudianism only catch on in decadent societies: Tsarist Russia, late Imperial Rome, and 1950s America. This is because decadence feminises people, and the Jews are a feminine race—so a decadent people will find that Jewish ideas appeal to them.

The general idea is that we’re all in one mother-like tribe that cares for and nurtures people—this artificial tribe will solve “all problems” and usher in “heaven on earth”, it’s led by doctrinaire priests, and any deviation is regarded as “total evil” that must be destroyed. Although promoted as being about love, the ideas offer zero tolerance to anyone who disagrees with them. If you question the system, that is taken as a sign of “false consciousness”, “unaddressed sin”, or “unaddressed repression”—to say “I don’t believe” is proof, in a double-bind, that you really do believe.


As societies become healthier, as the decadent elements are killed in the chaos of Stalin’s Russia or the Dark Ages, people begin to reject the Semitic belief system—as a society becomes stronger, as in the Renaissance, people take the beliefs less and less seriously. In the end, you’re left with people who just go to church but make damn sure to put the boot in and not “turn the other cheek” and if you criticise them for that they’ll just think you’re an idiot “nobody takes that stuff seriously, it’s just something you do—go to church”.


You see the same in contemporary Russia, now stronger but with a residual Marxist slant, so they pay obeisance in their propaganda to some “anti-fascist, anti-imperialist struggle” in Ukraine, but it’s all pro forma—nobody takes “that shit” seriously, just as no Christian takes “turn the other cheek” seriously. It’s just all they have left so far as religion goes, so they use it anyway—but it’s inert, like a smallpox vaccine.

You’ll only find that Marxism, Freudianism, or Christianity appeal to you if you are sick in some way—decadent, in deviation from reality. These are beliefs about niceness, and you’re only nice if you’re sick—the hardest man becomes soft when he is ill (an observation Nietzsche made, I think—and if he didn’t, he should have).


So there you go, there’s even a recognisable pattern in how these religions spread: St. Luke is to Christianity as Engels is to Marxism as Jung is to psychoanalysis. As Freud said, in paraphrase, “Jung is the most important man among us, because he is not a Jew”. You need a Gentile to sell the schtick to the non-Jews. Unfortunately for Freud, Jung bailed before he could become “St. Engels” and, in the end, became religious.


These beliefs are all atheistic, btw. That might sound paradoxical in the case of Christianity, but it’s not—the pagans called the Christians “atheists”, because they denied the gods. Modern atheism is an outgrowth from Christianity, recognisably so in its “love-the-world” mentality, because it is the logical outcome from the means by which Christians critiqued the pagan gods—eventually, the same methods were turned on the “last superstition”, “the God” (and he was found wanting—perhaps this is all because the Jews worship Satan, or maybe I’m just crazy, like idk).


“God is dead and man has killed him,” yes, indeed, but he practiced on the gods first—then applied the same method to the God.


Further, if you listen to contemporary Christians talk right now about how to “restore the faith”, they talk just like the Marxists—they put on conferences like “Marx in the 21st century” or “Christ in the 21st century”, and it all sounds the same (because it is the same). “How can we bring ‘the youth’ to Christ (sorry, Marx)?” they say…and what’s left of the psychoanalysts talks in the same way.


So there you go, it’s entirely predictable—and ideas like “progressivism” and LGBT are the same again, being an outgrowth from Jewish men like Milk, Marcuse, and Adorno. It’s just the same phenomenon all over again, and it’s popular because the West is very luxurious, contemporary America above all, and so people are very decadent and so very receptive to “nice” feminine ideas.


These ideas don’t cause the decline—the cause is luxury, but what the ideas do is come along when the society is good and rotten and then convince people that, for example, it’s a bad idea to fight for your country, it’s a bad idea to be a legionary who worships Mithras and fights against the outsider. You should worship Christ and love everyone instead! Then they pour over the borders…like, like…yes, just like now.

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