The Christian Slave-Pox & its deleterious effects

“The act of most spiritual revenge. It was the Jews who, with awe inspiring consistency, dared to invert the aristocratic value-equation (good = noble = powerful = beautiful = happy = beloved of God) and to hang onto this inversion with their teeth, the teeth of the most abysmal hatred (the hatred of impotence), saying, “the wretched alone are the good; the suffering, deprived, sick, ugly alone are pious, alone are blessed by God . . . and you, the powerful and noble, are on the contrary the evil, the cruel, the lustful, the insatiable, the godless to all eternity, and you shall be in all eternity the unblessed, the accursed, and damned!”

– Nietzsche – Genealogy of morals.

Master–slave morality is a central theme of Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy, which in particular he mentions in the first essay of On the Genealogy of Morals. Nietzsche contends that there are two fundamental types of morality: “master morality” and “slave morality”. Master morality values pride, power, hierarchy, and domination while slave morality values things like kindness, empathy, and sympathy.

Master morality evaluates actions on good or bad consequences (i. e., classical virtues and vices, consequentialism), unlike slave morality, which weighs actions on a scale of good or evil intents (e. g., Christian virtues and vices, Kantian deontology).

Nietzsche believed that first century Hebrews developed a slave mentality and a subsequent slave morality as an organic reaction so as to cope with bondage they had suffered for many centuries under various goyim occupations, first in Egypt then, later in Babylon, and finally in the first century under the Roman Empire.

Nietzsche considered Christianity a slave religion and a slave ethic.

Here are just a few reasons.

Christianity offers a metaphysical punishment to your enemies as an actual physical punishment isn’t an option.

Christianity offers a suffering servant instead of a mighty war god. A Jew-god nailed to a stick. Contrast this with Thor, Odin, and other war Gods of ancient Europe.

It offers an after life of eternal peace which is only appealing to those who suffer from this life. Contrast this with Valhalla – a place of feasting and fighting.

It offers a slave morality of virtues that benefit the weak. Humility, servility, pity, sympathy, patients, forgiveness, meta physical equality. And purports them to be objective and absolute. For these are the most useful qualities to those who are lowly, disadvantaged, and down trodden, and again those who suffer from living.

In fact, it makes suffering itself virtuous. Note: the doctrine of equality before the law, is derived from the equality of souls before god.

Here are a few reasons I think white nationalists in particular should reject it.

Christianity is a devaluation of life. Christianity places importance on a life after death and an immaterial soul. It doesn’t care about race, it only cares about getting people to believe its doctrines. Unlike the master morality of the Vikings and Romans it has no respect for ancestors. Which btw, is not conducive to white identitarianism.

The essential struggle between cultures has always been between the Roman (master/strong) and the Judean (slave/weak). Nietzsche condemns the triumph of slave morality in the West, saying that the democratic movement is the “degeneration of man”. He claimed that the democratic movement of his time was essentially slavish and weak. Weakness conquered strength, slave conquered master, re-sentiment conquered sentiment. A crucified Jew conquered Thor.

While master morality is centered around sentiment, slave morality is derived from resentment. The slave minded create models in their minds through which they devalue aristocratic values, and everything the slave does not have thereby empowering themselves through everyone of the aristocratic idols they deface.

Master morality originates from a position of strength, but slave morality stems from a position of disenfranchisement.

Slave morality is the inversion of aristocratic values. Pity, so called righteous indignation, it is these sorts of attitudes that become strategies for achieving power.

Nietzsche believed that Christianity epitomized slave morality. Around the turn of the 2nd and third centuries, most Christians were mostly woman and slaves. The majority of Christians became Christian in the first place, because they were attracted to a religion that had the following message to give while they wallowed in the miseries of their station: “blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Blessed are those who morn for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.

Blessed are the merciful for they shall receive mercy.

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they the will see god.

Blessed are the piece makers. For they will be called children of god.

Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Jesus said this in his beatitudes.

Jesus also wrote: “those who humble themselves will be exulted, those who exalt themselves will be humbled”. Thus he exults the so called oppressed and devalues the nobility.

THIS IS SLAVE MORALITY. He said “blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs in the kingdom of heaven” and obviously by that logic the aristocratic are not blessed.

Blessed are those who morn? Well then guess who aren’t blessed then, those who face the harshness of the world with the stoic heart.

Blessed are the meek, this goes against that aristocratic notion of self worth.

Within Christianity there is the doctrine of salvation by grace through faith. That is, you cannot save yourself, you are totally helpless and in need of a savior. In Christendom, only the gullible believing infants are blessed. This idea is a complete inverse to aristocratic pride, to the value of independence and self worth.

It’s not about transcending the masters, it’s about reducing everyone to slaves.

Under Christianity, we are all sheep under one Shepard. In Islam we all submit to one law under Mohamed. Under communism we are all reduced to a single homogenous identity, under social justice we are all restricted by the mediocrity. The essence of slave morality is not nobility but utility. The ideology of slave morality, just like the ideology of this new secular social justice warrior religion is that the quote un quote “good” is whatever is most useful to the mediocre herd rather than just the strong.

These slave ideologies seek to make everyone equal by reducing them to vassals.

Equality, democracy, these are slave values.

The Jews created slave morality because they have throughout recorded human history existed around vast empires and have always been marginalized.

They devalued the values and successes of the goyim societies which oppressed them.

These people found a way to gain power by building up a moral high ground. Stone by stone. The Successes, victories, and achievements of people more powerful then they become sins or injustices.

Liberal atheists say things like “good without god” but the only standards and ideals they know are Christian. They are the products of a deeply embedded Christian moral Milieu.

When a republican argues with a leftist over a particular issue they argue about whether it is conducive to equality, but not whether equality should be valued in the first place.

Tv Political commentators argue about whether white privilege exists, they don’t debate whether it is “bad” for such questions are taken for granted. No one argues about whether universal peace or democracy is good. They argue about whether minorities are truly equal under the law, not whether equal rights for all is a “good” thing in the first place.

Slave morality is simply assumed, not questioned.

Does this mean that secular herd morality mimics Christian morality exactly? No! Obviously Christianity is against sexual degeneracy for example. However, secular herd morality is still an inversion of aristocratic morality, it is based in resentment, it is resentful of the rich and successful, of the strong and normal, it purportedly seeks to make everyone equal under the law while Christianity makes everyone equal in Christ; like Christianity it seeks universal peace, it seeks to exult the so called marginalized, the down trodden at the expense of the so called privileged white male.

It expands the Christian notion of the blessed down trodden one’s to even those classes of people most Christians would deem degenerate and sinful.

Christianity extends worth to all races because they are all supposedly created in the image of god. Christian slave morality makes the meek, the poor, the sufferers, and the marginalized virtuous, but secular slave morality seeks to extend even that virtuousness to any group with victim status.

Slave morality in general is what the Vikings would have called “old woman’s morality”.

Modern slave morality, is a more thorough inversion of master morality.

In slave morality being a conqueror = evil, privilege = evil. Notice it is harder for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven than the eye of a needleL Notice, pride is a sin in slave morality.

Slave morality is what gives us the notion that we need apologize for slavery.

If a black man or a Muslim rapes a white girl, it doesn’t matter because they have victim status and are therefore virtuous. Blackie is virtuous because he is oppressed by evil whitie and the best thing whitie can do is pay reparations and allow his genes to be muddled into oblivion.

White guilt is a form of what Nietzsche called “bad conscience”. It is a product of slave morality. It is judging one’s self (and others) by the standards of slave morality.

Many “fashy goy’s” on the alt right (if not most) claim that their Christianity is “positive Christianity” but even if that were true how Christian is a “Christianity” that lacks Christian values? Would it not be a Christianity in name only? 

I mean, all Christianity involves worshiping and symbolically eating the flesh and drinking the blood of a crucified Hebrew madman. How un pos could it possibly be? 

Personally, I don’t believe in any metaphysical entities. However, I do realize that the herd masses within the white race need some sort of binding mythology. It is for this reason that I recommend a non degenerate religion like Asatru. 

I find Wotan and Thor to be more conducive to the standard of strong, masculinity, and white well-being. 

“The values of the weak prevail because the strong have taken them over as devices of leadership.”
– Nietzsche, The Genealogy of Morals

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