In far-right political circles, there is an uneasy alliance between a number of discordant factions that can only seem to agree on one thing: namely, that European peoples and cultures must be preserved, which means that mass immigration into the West must end. There are perhaps no two factions more divided than traditionalist Christians and heathens, pagans, or whatever other term one might prefer to use. Naturally, one might expect Christians and pagans to not get along very well and with good reason, but both should be able to agree that Europe should not be reduced to being the Afro-Asian Islamic State of Europe. Christians may be seeking to preserve Christendom while pagans think Europe will eventually become pagan again, but both scenarios equally require that Europe remain in the hands of native peoples, not Third World imports. Despite common ground, however, these two factions are consistently at odds with each other.

It would be all too easy to assume that the two sides are equally responsible for any animosity, incessantly poking and prodding each other, but that is usually not the case at all. Instead, one regularly finds that it is pagans leveling accusations that Christians are “basically Jews” who “worship a kike on a stick.” Indeed, in the name of their “foreign Jew god,” Christians and their religion, “Judaism 2: Crucifixion Boogaloo,”  are directly or indirectly responsible for every ill that plagues modern Europe, or so their accusations go. Traditionalist Christians are regularly told that they need to convert because paganism is strong while their faith is weak, and such comments need not be prompted by anything other than a Christian mentioning Christianity.

There are some obvious problems with such allegations. Firstly, Jesus referred to the Pharisees as the offspring of Satan who knew neither Him nor the Father (John 8:42-47), and it was the Pharisees that would become what we know as Jews and Rabbinic Judaism today. Secondly, by the time of Jesus, at least some portion of the Hebrews were not Hebrews at all but were instead Edomites who had converted to one of the Hebraic sects. For example, the Herodian Dynasty descended from Antipater the Idumaean, Idumaea being home of the Edomites. This is important because Revelation 3:9 references members of the “synagogue of Satan” who say they are Judaeans but are not. Third, it was the Pharisaic Jews who killed Jesus, and the Church traditionally recognized them as Christ-killers. That is why the “list of 109 places that have kicked out Jews” is example after example of Christian kingdoms and cities forcing Jews from their domains. It was Pope Paul IV who taxed Jews in Rome to build a ghetto in which they were forced to live, who made them wear yellow so they were recognizable to everyone, and limited what occupations they could hold within the confines of Rome. Finally, it is Catholics who have a heritage of battling Jews and Muslims, not pagans.

Beyond these and other holes in the anti-Christian argument, there is the simple fact of the matter that allies have to actually be allied for any alliance to work. Why should traditionalist Christians care about working with pagans if the latter cannot stop “punching right”? If pagans use every opportunity to attack traditionalist Christians and engage in their own form of proselytizing, why should anyone waste the breath trying to claim they are allies in the fight to save Europe? Allies obviously need not agree on everything, but they most certainly do not spend more time attacking their own side than attacking the enemy. Allies do not speak of a need to “purge” their alliance of Christians lest they “subvert the movement.” If pagans wish to invade nearly every thread of traditionalist Christians within the Alt-Right to regurgitate the same tired fighting words, then they should not be surprised when they are indeed taken as fighting words. Before going down that rabbit hole any further, however, they should remember that the West is overwhelmingly Christian, and it is far easier to lead a liberal Christian to traditional Christianity than to convince them to LARP as a viking. If pagans want to rely on an Atheist-Pagan alliance to save the West, so be it. But they need to admit to everyone and to themselves then that they have no intention of actually fixing anything.