From Hilbert Space to Dilbert Space


Previous Entry Share Next Entry
What the Norwegian shooter believes, in his own words
Titanic
gmcdavid

From The Norway Massacre: Born of Ideology or Belief? via From Arne Fjeldstad: Belief? Ideology? Faith?"

It is not required that you have a personal relationship with God or Jesus in order to fight for our Christian cultural heritage and the European way. In many ways, our modern societies and European secularism is a result of European Christendom and the enlightenment. It is therefore essential to understand the difference between a “Christian fundamentalist theocracy” (everything we do not want) and a secular European society based on our Christian cultural heritage (what we do want).
The European cultural heritage, our norms (moral codes and social structures included), our traditions and our modern political systems are based on Christianity - Protestantism, Catholicism, Orthodox Christianity and the legacy of the European enlightenment (reason is the primary source and legitimacy for authority).
If you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God then you are a religious Christian. Myself and many more like me do not necessarily have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God. We do however believe in Christianity as a cultural, social, identity and moral platform. This makes us Christian...European Christendom and the cross will be the symbol in which every cultural conservative can unite under in our common defense. It should serve as the uniting symbol for all Europeans whether they are agnostic or atheists.
I went from moderately to agnostic to moderately religious.
Regarding my personal relationship with God, I guess I'm not an excessively religious man. I am first and foremost a man of logic. However, I am a supporter of a monocultural Christian Europe.
As a cultural Christian, I believe Christendom is essential for cultural reasons. After all, Christianity is the ONLY cultural platform that can unite all Europeans, which will be needed in the coming period during the third expulsion of the Muslims.
If you want to fight for the cross and die under the 'cross of the martyrs', it’s required that you are a practicing Christian, a Christian agnostic or a Christian atheist (cultural Christian). The cultural factors are more important than your personal relationship with God, Jesus or the Holy Spirit.
As this is a cultural war, our definition of being a Christian does not necessarily suggest that you are required to have a personal relationship with God or Jesus. Being a Christian can mean many things, including that you believe in and want to protect Europe’s Christian cultural heritage.
So, no, you don’t need to have a personal relationship with God or Jesus to fight for our Christian cultural heritage. It is enough that you are a Christian-agnostic or a Christian-atheist (an atheist who wants to preserve at least the basics of the European Christian cultural legacy (Christian holidays, Christmas and Easter).

Today's Protestant church is a joke. Priests in jeans marching for Palestine and churches looking like small shopping centres.

I strongly object to the current suicidal path of the Catholic Church but especially the Protestant Church. I support a Church that believes in self defence and that is willing to fight for its principles and values, or at least resist the efforts put forth to gradually exterminate it.

The Catholic and Protestant churches are both cheering their own annihilation, considering the fact that they embrace ongoing inter-faith dialogue and the appeasement of Islam. The current church elite

Even Odinists can fight with us or by our side as brothers in this fight as long as they accept the founding principles of PCCTS, Knights Templar and agree to fight under the cross of the martyrs. The essence of our struggle is to defeat the cultural Marxist/multiculturalist regimes of Western Europe before we are completely demographically overwhelmed by Muslims.
I have studied Norse mythology and have a lot of respect for the Odinist traditions. I consider myself to be a Christian, but Odinism is still and will always be an important part of my culture and identity...First of all, as a Norwegian, I am extremely proud of my Odinistic/Norse heritage, since it is an essential aspect of my culture and my identity. However, things aren’t black and white. Supporting the Christian cultural heritage does not automatically mean you hate Odinism or vice versa....

?

Log in