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St. George Floyd:
A Modern Christian Martyr?

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Nearly every church is mourning a drug-addicted, deadbeat dad who pointed a gun at a pregnant woman’s stomach. You would almost think George Floyd is on his way to beatification based on the reaction from Christian groups worldwide.

Everyone, from the Pope to fire-and-brimstone Evangelicals, believes Floyd’s death is a call for Christians to fight racism. The worst sin in the world is racism, and all Christians must atone for it. No denomination seemed to disagree with this sentiment.

The message contrasts sharply with President Trump. Trump famously cleared the park in front of the White House so he could take a picture in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church. The church had been burned by rioters the night before, so Trump thought it would be a good idea to stand out in front and hold a Bible. He would show the world he protects churches from far-left mobs. The photo did not have its intended effect among Christian leaders, drawing far greater condemnation than the rioters’ looting and vandalism of churches.

Trump didn’t realize that, outside of loyal evangelicals, Christian institutions stand opposed to him and back Black Lives Matter.

Mainline Protestant denominations are out front in demanding racial justice.

“Our long-term commitment to racial justice and reconciliation is embedded in our identity as baptized followers of Jesus. We will still be doing it when the news cameras are long gone,” said presiding Episcopal Church Bishop Michael Curry.

“I want you to know that God’s spirit is in every person, that every person is a soul, and this is why racism is a sin and a heresy,” United Methodist Florida Conference Bishop Kenneth Carter said in a recent sermon. “It is not of God. Racism is incompatible with Pentecost. Racism is incompatible with the Holy Spirit.”

“I do want us, particularly those of us who are the beneficiaries of white privilege, to understand that our African-American sisters and brothers are gasping for breath,” declared Methodist Bishop Bruce Ough. “For 400 years, through slavery, lynching, apartheid (Jim Crow), the civil rights movement, institutionalized racism, and long-delayed police reform, the African American community has been crying out, ‘I can’t breathe.’ And yet, the knee of oppression, white supremacy, and inaction remains. If we see only riots and protests, we are not looking close enough.”

“The racism, white supremacy, and anti-Blackness so prevalent within our country must end!” exhorted the Capitol Hill Ministry of the Presbyterian Church. The ministry demanded Trump “proclaim a national day of ‘Mourning Against Racial Injustice’ on June 19, the traditional day of celebration for African-Americans over the end of slavery, where flags will be flown at half-mast.” The church also wants legislation that categorizes police racism as a hate crime.

The Evangelical Lutheran Church, the largest Lutheran denomination in America, said Floyd’s affirms their commitment to combating “racism” and “white supremacy.”

The more conservative Missouri Synod Lutheran Church issued a worse statement. “Discriminatory treatment of human beings on the basis of race is irrational evil and results in evil,” read the Church’s statement. “America’s original sin of legal racism, the denial of human rights based on race, has reaped the whirlwind.” The statement added that “God’s word rejects racism” and the conservative church had zero tolerance for racial feeling.

Many conservative evangelicals were on the same page, with several megachurch pastors saying they proudly support Black Lives Matter.

J.D. Greear, the president of the conservative Southern Baptist Convention, told his church: “Southern Baptists, we need to say it clearly: As a gospel issue, black lives matter. Of course, black lives matter. Our black brothers and sisters are made in the image of God.”

The message remains the same across the Tiber.

Pope Francis delivered a public message expressing his profound sorrow over George Floyd’s demise and made it clear that racism is a major sin to the Catholic Church: “Today I join the Church in Saint Paul and Minneapolis, and in the entire United States, in praying for the repose of the soul of George Floyd and of all those others who have lost their lives as a result of the sin of racism. . . We cannot close our eyes to any form of racism or exclusion, while pretending to defend the sacredness of every human life.”

One of Francis’s top allies, Cardinal Kevin Farrell, called Floyd a “just man.” There is nothing in Floyd’s life to suggest he was a just man. He was a career criminal who felt no guilt in robbing a pregnant woman and threatening her baby. He had numerous kids out-of-wedlock and he didn’t take care of any of them. He may have even starred in pornos. At the time of his death, he had almost every drug imaginable in his system, from fentanyl to meth.

It would be interesting to know what makes Floyd “just” in the eyes of the Vatican.

Several Catholic priests and bishops joined the protests in America. Franciscan monks put out this embarrassing display.

The black archbishop of the nation’s capital, Wilton Gregory, even condemned Trump for visiting the John Paul II shrine at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.

The Greek Orthodox Church in America was the same as everyone else.

“The unjust slaying of George Floyd cannot be where America stands,” said Archbishop Elpidophoros, the head of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. “Violence only breeds violence, but when such violence is perpetrated by those in authority, we must all stand up and say: ‘Not on our watch!’ We must stand against racism and stand for equality for all.”

It’s a unique occasion for this diverse array of Christian groups to all speak with one voice. The many differences between denominations were shunted aside to mourn for St. George Floyd and cry “Black Lives Matter.”

A few prominent Christians compared Floyd to Jesus Christ. “After being brutalized and humiliated by civic authorities, and being pushed to the ground as a crowd watched, this innocent man was killed ultimately by asphyxiation, not by a loss of blood, and in his final moments, he cried out for a drink of water and spoke to his mother,” Father James Martin, an influential Jesuit, tweeted.

Many Christians on the Dissident Right will dismiss these statements and opinions as of “modernism” or “heresy.” But the Gospel calls upon its followers to sympathize with the downtrodden and outcasts. The Black Lives Matter propaganda is coming from conservative and liberal Christians alike. To the bishops, priests, and pastors, Floyd was not just a leper Christians are called to serve — he was a martyr for the faith. Even though Floyd appeared to make no professions in his last moment, the popular narrative can imagine him as a profoundly Christian figure. Christians all must suffer and groan against the injustice of “white supremacy.” This is the new crusade for the faithful.

Even Christianity must bow before our new, dark-skinned gods.

Most right-thinking Christians find this baffling and a mockery of the faith. But regardless of their own feelings, this is what institutional Christianity is. It is another corrupt vestige supporting white dispossession. The language and values of Christianity, albeit bastardized, are effective in advancing non-white grievances and white guilt. The new faith demands white sinners pay their penance and literally wash the feet of POC.

It is critical we develop a moral framework that counters this insidious mindset. Too many good whites will know deep down that their churches are wrong on this, but they have no way of articulating why. The Dissident Right must be there to offer them the language to resist the malarkey from institutional Christianity.

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27 Comments

  1. Titus Groan
    Posted June 15, 2020 at 6:41 am | Permalink

    I feel bad for Chauvin, the police officer involved, for he is probably not a racist and probably did not intend to kill Floyd, but now he will be hated the world over as the Lucifer of this morality play. Oh wait, trump must be the Lucifer, Chauvin will be a minion, but nevertheless, where in the world will he be able to go, if he is not stomped to mush in prison? Jeez!

    • HamburgerToday
      Posted June 15, 2020 at 7:26 am | Permalink

      Floyd killed Floyd. Blacks do not want to be responsible persons or be held accountable for their actions. They kill each other and Whites with abandon. The guy who called the cops on Floyd was Middle Eastern. Using the logic of ‘everybody but Floyd is responsible for Floyd’s death’ the ME guy should be on the chopping block as well, but he’s not because he’s not White. Stop looking for reasons for powerful enemies to exercise their power on White bodies. They do it because (or the time being) they can. The ability to act with impunity is true power.

    • Lord Shang
      Posted June 16, 2020 at 6:53 pm | Permalink

      Chauvin married a nonwhite. Let’s not make a (true, ie Dissident Right) martyr out of him. A man who betrays his race may or may not be a good man in the eyes of God (depending how one assesses “goodness”), but he is unworthy of racial support.

      • Greg Johnson
        Posted June 16, 2020 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

        The fact he did nothing wrong is all that matters to me.

        • Lord Shang
          Posted June 17, 2020 at 4:15 am | Permalink

          I’ve been fighting BLM propaganda all over the internet these past few weeks. Everywhere I’m not already long banned. I return to CC as to a refreshing well. I’m ashamed of my country’s despicable and craven response to the orgy of antifa and thug looting and destruction arising out of this Floyd killing. I’m also dumbfounded at how the leftist media is trying to make Floyd into some kind of martyr or otherwise admirable figure. Do they think the truth will never surface or become widely known? Or that all whites are as stupid as the SJWs? I give credit to Candace Owen for publicly declining to put him on a “pedestal”. That shows real character.

          But that said, are you referring to Chauvin as the person who “did nothing wrong”? If so, does that mean you think his killing of Floyd was purely accidental (as opposed to negligent; I doubt it was intentional), or that it was justified? I confess, I have never taken that tack. I think Chauvin was irresponsible, and very possibly criminally negligent, depending on how that crime is defined.

          My internet activism has focused on the far Leftist ambitions, and general hypocrisies, of BLM, as well as the evil of antifa and their terrorism; the need (3 weeks ago) to call in troops as well as to deputize patriots to restore order and protect property; and the role of fundamental genetic racial differences in producing radically divergent group life outcomes. I’ve also challenged all claims of “systemic racism” (except that against whites), whether in police departments, or America generally. Finally, I’m everywhere pushing your racial divorce meme/solution and the Ethnostate as the best way to avoid a civil war.

          I’d like to hear a serious argument for why Chauvin did nothing wrong. If Floyd had been white, would you reach the same conclusion?

          • Greg Johnson
            Posted June 17, 2020 at 4:19 am | Permalink

            From what I have heard, Chauvin followed police procedures. He should not be charged with anything, much less convicted. Check this out: https://www.amren.com/news/2020/06/why-derek-chauvin-may-get-off-his-murder-charge/

            • Lord Shang
              Posted June 17, 2020 at 9:20 am | Permalink

              Thank you for that link. I’m embarrassed, as I check AR regularly, yet somehow that very interesting article eluded me (I recommend reading the original, full version). A criminal defense attorney friend of mine with police experience told me initially that Chauvin would get off. Now, though, it’s clear that his due process rights will be swept aside to satisfy the mob’s thirst for a lynching. If Chauvin is not convicted, expect riots unlike anything that has very been seen in this country.

              In the larger picture, however, while this author may be correct as to Chauvin’s innocence, the points I’ve been making are more important, and perhaps more salable, given that seemingly everybody has caved on the facts (though I will start including that AR link in future comments).

            • Paul Orsi
              Posted July 10, 2020 at 8:08 pm | Permalink

              Good points , however, “I can’t breathe” is what ultimately mattered. It was a judgement call . Even if the guy was hallucinating on STP , ” I can’t breathe” is what will nail the cop. The facts you brought out may bring on a lesser sentence of manslaughter. I have been consistently protesting the protesters and the BLM . It has brought out the worst of tribal instincts.

              • Greg Johnson
                Posted July 11, 2020 at 3:15 am | Permalink

                If he can talk, he can breathe.

  2. Posted June 15, 2020 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    This was quite an interesting companion piece to the one about the kiddy fiddler priests. What is it with the Second Estate these days?

  3. Vehmgericht
    Posted June 15, 2020 at 9:29 am | Permalink

    These clerical apologists for Black Lives Matter seem to have forgotten that the thief Dismas crucified alongside Christ had repented before he received absolution.

    But then again one cannot nowadays expect the semi-educated products of the colleges and seminaries to be conversant with Christian tradition.

  4. Posted June 15, 2020 at 9:52 am | Permalink

    The phrase “whoring after strange gods” comes to mind. Very good article.

  5. The Loneliest Monk
    Posted June 15, 2020 at 10:00 am | Permalink

    The Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia is the only one that I’ve seen actually condemn the riots: https://www.synod.com/synod/eng2020/20200605_enchicagodiocese.html

    • Jacob Hamm
      Posted June 22, 2020 at 4:31 am | Permalink

      Please read Archbishop Vigano’s outstanding letter condemning the riots and the funding from the financial mafia. Truly, an epic war of good and evil at work.

  6. rhondda
    Posted June 15, 2020 at 11:28 am | Permalink

    I think the Orthodox leaders in North America were flummoxed by the closure of the churches during Lent and Pascha with the covid19 stuff. They decided to play it safe. There was lots of anger and shock by the laity with that on Orthodox blogs and sites. To add insult with injury churches were classified with casinos and theatres. How’s that for secular power?
    As for the blm they have a lot of work to do discerning the difference between phyletism and patriotism. Again they failed the laity in this, operating only on the horizontal plane, thinking it is the vertical one and bluring the boundaries of those for ecumenicalism and those against it. Very sad indeed. ( I do not belong to any church, but I am quite intrigued if that is the word on how they have discussed these events on line. I do not think they are the pushovers that the protestant and catholic churches are. These are real spiritual existential questions for them.)

  7. Mike Ricci
    Posted June 15, 2020 at 3:13 pm | Permalink

    I don’t see how anyone can be surprised by this as Christianity has always been anti-racism, and always elevates the weakest members of society.

    If you are any kind of “nationalist” you will have to consistently invent new mental gymnastics in order to accommodate Christianity.

    • John Wilkinson
      Posted June 15, 2020 at 4:54 pm | Permalink

      I’m no theologian, but I can’t recall any scripture that I’ve ever read in all my years that was “anti-racism”. In fact, particularly where the Old Testament is concerned, I’d argue that the Bible is extremely racist. “God’s Chosen People” is about as racist as it gets.

      You are correct in saying that Christianity elevates the weakest members of society. There is plenty of scripture to support that. The issue at hand is in the context of a society being artificially diverse but integrated. The Romans and the Jews coexisted at the time of Christ, but there was never any question of who held power and who was the subordinate. The Jews wished to be liberated from Roman rule and allowed their own society, free from the dictates of Caesar. I can think of no example where Jesus wished that Romans be subjected to Judaic law or the commandments of the Jewish God.
      I think it is pretty clear that Jews and early Christians believed that their God was the true God, but they were perfectly happy with Romans and Greeks having their pantheons. It wasn’t until later that the Holy Roman Empire decided to force coexistence (and ultimately racial tolerance) based on shared religion, and even then, it took the enlightenment to start really changing the racial aspect.

      Like I said, I’m not a theologian. But I think history proves you wrong up to a point.

      • Mike Ricci
        Posted June 15, 2020 at 8:33 pm | Permalink

        While Christianity doesn’t explicitly denounce racism, the whole thing of God making all people in his image and encouraging Christians to see each other as brothers and sisters is hard to ignore regarding ethnic solidarity, nationalism etc.

      • Paul Orsi
        Posted July 10, 2020 at 7:35 pm | Permalink

        According to St. Augustin who was affiliated with Manichaeism stated that Christ was always with us meaning the Mithraic mysteries, among other initiatory rites, sought the fire spirit of the Sun . Christianity has a linkage to Mose, Enoch, Ezekiel the Hebrews but also to the Druids so in fact Christianity mystically is not a import but a Cosmic event. I think the Churches lost the ancient meanings later on .
        Forgiveness is not by any means a weakness but rather the highest strength possible if the word is understood correctly . Of course you and I will most likely buy a gun, if not already, given the de funding of the police. Think of it as Kung-Fu or the warrior monks. It has nothing to do with being timid and weak. Huge misconception and one that Satanism, a prior study, always mocked.

  8. James
    Posted June 16, 2020 at 6:45 am | Permalink

    I am a Christian,non denominational, and i appreciate your website and agree with your analysis. The position of Presbyterian,Episcopal, Methodist,and Lutheran is disgracefully liberal these days,thoroughly politically conformed which is very sad.They follow in the way of the Roman Catholic with their present Pope who if not a “false prophet” no one ever has been.There are still awake Christians out there even associated with these denominations and they must determine to speak the truth at all cost before it’s to late and purge this evil lie out of their mentality.You know Christ would teach them for the Truth’s sake not to be afraid what others think of them for he said “Woe unto you when the world speaks well of you.”

  9. BjørnThorsønn
    Posted June 16, 2020 at 7:40 am | Permalink

    This worship of human degradation is just the ultimate and necessary conclusion of christianity itself. The worse the sinner the better.
    Gorge Floyd is everything that Jesus (the one we alle were taught about) would have loved to give an uprising and tell him to go on ‘and sin no more’. As a logical consequence, in a religion where Jesus is the ultimate creation, everybody would strive to be like him and think like him. Hence this necessary competition to be the best ‘good samaritan’. It’s nauseous.
    The first christians were all jews. At least they had the foresight to see that the religion would be pure poison for them, and hence they exported it to goym. Why the h…. did we keep it?

    • FedUp
      Posted June 16, 2020 at 4:49 pm | Permalink

      Yes, as an American i feel it nightmarish seeing the few of the few so called “racialists, pro-whites” hopelessly cuckolded, utterly. I myself was born indoctrinated in the Christ-cuck cult, the cult from Judea psyop.

      Cowardly & selfishly (with strong undercurrents of Schizoid madness delusion), our “pro-white Christians” are terrified of Jewish volcano demon deity Yahweh, and more concerned about what comes after this life than their own family members fate in this Judeo-Christian world. They selfishly refuse to abandon the core cancer that enabled the Jews to conquer us and impose upon us this Hell. Yeshua son of Jewish god Yahweh called himself rabbi, and said he came to uphold the Torah…its in the damn Bible!!! Yet they have such hopeless cognitive dissonance, they have the chuptzah to make fun of blacks who believe they were Egyptians.

      That’s the premise of “Christian Identity,” us white Aryans were/are the “real ‘chosen’,” us white Europeans are the true Jews…that is what Christians truly are in practice, gentile Jews who hate their own kind and as Pierce succinctly said, “will always sell out the race for Christian egalitarianism.” Totally ignore the reality, 99.9% of Christians are utterly committed to sacrificing our race, wholeheartedly & resolutely. No problem there, it was “subverted,” the Cult From Friggin Judea!!! It’s just pathetic. Surely it can be “reformed to true christianity,” as though that hasnt been tried over & over. And over & over.

      As Cesar quoted (paraphrased), “Aryan Europeans have worshipped a Jewish god & abandoned their own traditions for almost 2,000 years; the idea of whipping up anti-Judaism within a Philo-Semitic/Judaic culture is pure folly, a fool’s errand.”

      The Jews were incredibly clever, because Christianity is all about forgiveness. These “pro white Christians” thus will be forgiven…for betraying their kin, for refusing to abandon their precious magic Jew from the cross crucified by “demonic worshiping” evil WHITE ROMANS. They were definitely white, unlike the C.I.’s lost tribes of Israel.

      No awareness of “Court Jew,” which proves the lie Christianity was EVER anti-Jewish, even in the distant past.

      Whatever, they only care about getting their own asses into Heaven, which only requires they have blind faith and refuse to abandon their precious Jew on a cross (who probably never existed in real actual life)…but to them, this message attacking their Yeshua/Jesus is more offensive than is inspiring the message of saving their own damn daughters/sons & granddaughters/grandsons IN THIS LIFE, IN THIS WORLD!

      They then shriek at ppl like me about “…but you’re dividing!!!…muh unity” which tragically is correct, their resolute dedication which is glamorized as “good” blind faith to Cuckianity does make unity impossible…they by nature cannot be pro-white, THAT is the problem. Its unfortunately, a chasm over a bottomless abyss that cannot be bridged.

  10. James
    Posted June 17, 2020 at 5:27 am | Permalink

    You have reason to think the way you do but you have been deceived by the illusion of religion that evil men created in the name of Jesus many many centuries ago. The dogma of the Jewish Jesus was thoroughly established by St. Jerome around the 4th century when he transcribed what we now know of as the New Testament.The interpolations are clearly evident which reveal Jewish predjudice

  11. Marie
    Posted June 17, 2020 at 5:44 am | Permalink

    Anti-Whites are tearing down Western civilisation, but THERE IS A PEACEFUL SOLUTION: “Go Free” from anti-white brainwashing with No White Guilt aka Jason Köhne https://nowhiteguilt.org/. We Westmen are all indoctrinated to feel good and respected, when we help any other people than our own people and to feel bad when we care for our own people. With the new verbiage of No White Guilt you focus on the love to our people – just like the blacks, the Asians etc. do for their people- and anti-whites have to explain why they think you should hate your own people. This puts them in an awkward place and they have to get off their high moral horse. No White Guilt‘s book „Go Free“ has a long list of answers, you can give to anti-whites (whether white or non-white), for example: Judge a man by his character rather than the color of his skin. Reply/meme-curative: So, let‘s repeal all the antiwhite laws that legalize discrimination against our people on the basis of race.

  12. James
    Posted June 17, 2020 at 7:44 am | Permalink

    and the desire that Jesus must be the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy and Christian faith must be entirely based on that. Nothing could be further from the truth. True faith in Jesus produces a completely independent search for Truth in life regardless of what the dogma of any religion teaches and that in time all truth can be known.Jesus was a teacher of moral principles and Christians are people who believe in those principles which are undeniable.Black lives matter,antifa, communists, Jews, liberals, dictators, and hypocrites don’t.Moral principles are the foundation of “good law.” Bad law is the result of the lack of them.What we are experiencing today is a people whose morality is whatever they want it to be at any given time, that is “whatever turns you on”.That is what is called humanism. Whatever success America or the world has ever known has to do with the influence of right thinking and right living which has to do my friends with Jesus Christ.

  13. Alexandra O.
    Posted June 17, 2020 at 4:45 pm | Permalink

    I left the Catholic Church twice, once as a teenager when I had to go to confession, and because I wasn’t allowed to date or go to parties, I never ‘engaged’ with boys — so, I had nothing to confess and threw a fit; secondly, when they turned the altar around in the late 1960’s. Now, the altar is being turned completely upside-down! I am just aghast at what I have just read in the ‘exhortations from the pulpit’ posted here. I should have known, however, after reading about Liberation Theology in the 1970’s, that this is how it would wind up. Though I am speechless at exactly how far and deep it has penetrated our whole society. So, unless we Whites stick together as ‘the out group’ now, and get our ‘mojo’ back, this ‘anti-racist blame game’ can and might end very badly for us if it continues. I am furious over this insanity with G. Floyd, and OMG ! — couldn’t they have picked a person a little easier to look at?

  14. Paul Orsi
    Posted July 10, 2020 at 6:52 pm | Permalink

    I study the esoteric Christianity of Rudolf Steiner so when the word is mentioned “Christian” it has a much different meaning than the Traditional Church Dogma. The belief in racial karma; folk-souls, mysteries of the blood; reincarnation ; Epochs with both a cyclical and linear time, etc. The Right Hand Path is about forgiveness , one of the hardest entrees in Christian Initiation. Also aligned with Buddhism.
    “The lower concrete mind is separated off, and the “I” is felt as of a greater power, clearer vision, and there is evolved a feeling that this “I” is not dependent on either body or mind.” Is the first stage of Initiation similar to Buddhism.

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