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Vox Day outdid himself (not an easy task) today with this correct acknowledgment of the wide gulf between modern Jews and Christians.

Christianity is not “the tradition of the elders”

Judeochristianity is, and has always been, an ahistorical deception targeting naive American Christians. Unlike Europeans, most 20th-Century Americans knew nothing about Jews or their history, which is why the post-1945 propaganda campaign to convince American Christians that they shared a common faith heritage with Jews rather than a completely antithetical one was mostly successful.

However, Judaism is not, and has never been, the religion of the Old Testament as followed – however haphazardly – by the Biblical 12 Tribes of Israel. In fact, rabbis such as Stephen Wise, the founder of the NAACP and president of the American Jewish Congress when it declared war on Germany in 1933, customarily referred to the Old Testament religion as “Hebrewism” in order to distinguish it from “the tradition of the elders” which began to take shape in 538 BC. This tradition continued to evolve into and beyond Jesus Christ’s day, and is specifically referred to in the New Testament, as the followers of Jesus Christ rejected it from the literal beginning of Christianity.

Read the whole thing. Maybe send it to your churchian pastor, elected idiot, or churchian-Zionist friend. The linked Google-gram is telling for multiple reasons: the recent spikes and drops indicate periods of completion and then revisiting upon some terminal (for America) events and trends. I suspect the huge slide after the engineered economic disaster of 2007-8 represents the Great Leap. As that plan has failed utterly, there must be a lot of screaming at the bottom of the chart line, much like kids on a runaway roller coaster. Good times!