September 20, 2018
Christianity was the way white people defined themselves for thousands of years.
There could have been a replacement for it, in science.
There were some German guys who tried a thing like that a while back.
It didn’t really work out.
Right now, there is very much strategic value – as well as presumably other value – in reasserting Christianity as a definitive element of white culture.
New guidelines for the Danish public broadcaster DR have put an emphasis on its highlighting the roots in Christianity of the country’s society, instead of multiculturalism and integration, which DR had been promoting.
The new contract with the state broadcaster was published by the Danish Ministry of Culture on Tuesday. Apart from budget cuts, which could mean up to 400 jobs losses, the document signals a huge change in broadcaster’s programming.
The contract states that the DR must make it clear that Danish society is based on principles of “democracy and has its roots in Christianity.” Previous issues of the contract had stated the broadcaster should “work for the promotion of integration in Danish society.”
The vague “integration” reference has been dropped and now the broadcaster’s mission is described as being to “promote a Denmark based on community, built on values of democracy, equality and free speech.”
Media policy in Denmark is established through political agreement, between the government and the parties in the Folketing (Parliament). The new agreement (Mediepolitisk aftale) will cover the period 2019-2023, and will have a mid-term assessment of its effectiveness.
Credit for the new wording in the contract with an emphasis on Christianity is being taken by the anti-immigration Danish People’s Party (DF), which campaigned to highlight Danish culture in the new government media policy agreement.
“This is a tightening-up we have had put in relative to the previous wording, which only obliged DR to particularly recognize Christian cultural legacy. We felt that was too weak. That’s why we demanded this specification, which makes it clear that DR must present Christian cultural heritage to a greater degree,” DF’s representative, Morten Marinus, told Politiken on Tuesday.
This is obviously a clever trick. No one thinks Moslems are going to convert to Christianity. It is a way to emphasize conflict.
Even if you are not a Christian, you have to understand that the Christian system was six million times better than what we have now, and you have to also understand that it was Jews who worked so hard to destroy it.
There is no negative to memeing Christianity back into a central position in our culture.
Again: if you don’t believe it, whatever. No one is asking you to. That’s a personal thing. But as an element of culture, it is always positive. It is always comfortable. It makes society livable, and it protects whiteness.
nb4 “new churches are cucked” – obviously. But everything is. It’s a total disaster what has happened to Christianity, and maybe it cannot be fixed. I don’t know. But it’s worth giving it a try.