Judeo Christian values


An article on my feed this morning initially got me rather excited. I had to sit down and place a wet hanky on my head.

Italian monastery to house right-wing populist leader school.

“A remote 800-year-old hilltop religious retreat in Italy is to become the latest in a wave of right-wing academies attempting to shape the next generation of populist leaders in Europe …”

“Emphasising the importance of Western values, the Trisulti monastery is one of a number of such projects in Europe …”

Wow. I mean, what’s not to like? Western values? Ancient 800 year old Italian religious retreat? Right wing academies? I mean, it’s just so delicious. I bet this is going to be awesome.

That’s what I thought at least, until …

“The Trisulti monastery, about a two-hour drive southeast of Rome, is being converted by Benjamin Harnwell, a conservative Catholic ideologue from Leicestershire, who told The Times that he was determined to “defend the Judeo-Christian roots of society”.

You’re a “conservative Catholic ideologue” who defends Judeo-Christian roots of society?

Big. Fat. Motherfucking. Fail.

Hear me now: There is no such thing as Judeo-Christianity. It was a propaganda invention post WWII. Judaism and Christianity are in opposition to one another. The Jews consider Jesus to be a heretic. The two religions have similar roots, but then so does Islam. That doesn’t make it the same thing. Oh those Judeo-Christians were persecuted by the Romans, said no history book ever. Catholic Spain expelled its entire Jewish population, an inconvenient fact much forgotten today. The term Ghetto was invented in Catholic Venice, which put up with the Jews due to the trade benefits.

Honestly, it’s just embarrassing at this point.

When I think of Judeo Christian values this is what springs to mind for me:

Feminism, divorce, homosexuality, the breakdown of the nuclear family, left-wing activism, socialism, communism, the welfare state, women’s right to vote, equality, female politicians, female pastors, open borders, refugees, mass immigration, drugs, diversity, transsexualism, the perversion of universities, and the biggest one of all, globalism.

If you’re founding a right-wing populist leader school to promote that then I hope that it burns to the ground with all of you in it.

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  • Mexicano
  • Bikinis not Burkas

    “The two religions have similar roots, but then so does Islam.”
    Shame on you Adam Piggott you are another one that has been mesmerized by Islam.
    Islam has nothing to do with Christianity or Judaism!
    Muhammad the fat white necrophiliac dwarf was the biggest plagiarist that ever walked the earth.
    You need to do a little research, the best place to start is:-


    Here you will see the Islamic texts displayed for you to read and listen to them!

    Try this one for starters:-


    • How about you do some research on what the Talmud and the Zohar teach first. Criticising Judaism does not equal love of Islam. Let both of those toxic devil-worshiping belief systems fight over the deserts of the Middle East. You Christian Zionists are hell-bent on dragging Aussie boys into another world war for your beloved little ‘democracy’. You go fight there and blow up little Muslim kids if you’re so keen.

      • 9x19parabellum

        An XYZ hit piece linking the talmud, Zohar, Kabbalah to cultural Marxism and the kalergi plan would really help fill sketchy understandings of the threat we face.

        A quick duck duck go search of talmud and cultural marxism really puts a lot of things into perspective:
        A few important points can be taken from this site (although it explains the talmud favourably):
        1. Marriage is not a religious institution, instead it is a civil contract (ie enforcable by the state and not God)
        2. Divorce is allowed as there may be mistakes in the partner selection process.
        3. Child support (by a man)
        4. The minimum marriage age is 12 for girls (less depending on the source)
        Sound familiar? I haven’t read much of the talmud but could only imagine what else could be in it.


    • Mexicano

      Of course Judaism and Islam have things in common, from their shared geography, history, dress codes, food codes, similar approaches to genital mutilation and paedophilia, double-standards when it comes to treatment of non-believers, belief in their own supremacy, you name it. And as for the Jewish fondness for plagiarism… well, modesty prevents me from embarrassing you in that one

  • Micaiah

    “The two religions have similar roots, but then so does Islam.”

    There’s a fundamental difference between the two that you gloss over.

    Islam treated it’s jewish / Christian roots the way the Nazis treated their Christian roots. In other words, it is highly revisionist.
    Christianity always saw Judaism as the pre-Christ incarnation of Christianity.

    It is one thing to revise a religion / ideology to suit your own ends. It is quite another to present your religion as the fulfillment of the divine promises of an existing religion.

    • Christianity never saw Judaism as the pre-Christ incarnation of Christianity until Zionist Bible commentaries such as the Scofield Bible were funded in the US by Jewish interests during the early 20th century.

      In the Quran, Jesus is a prophet. In the Talmud, he is the illegitimate son of a whore boiling in a vat of shit in hell. Your devotion to the religion of the rabbis, which Jesus hated, is not reciprocated.

      • Micaiah

        I have no devotion to the religion of the rabbis. Don’t put words in my mouth like that.

        My devotion is to Christ, who said that not one jot or tittle could pass from the law, ie the old testament, till all was fulfilled.

        • Repeal fake marriage

          I believe this to be true. While Christ was alive, the law, not grace, was the guiding spiritual principle.

  • Micaiah

    “When I think of Judeo Christian values this is what springs to mind for me: . . . ”

    Sure. But my observation is that what springs to mind for most people who use the term is pink fluff.

    What I mean is that I think most people who use the term use it because other people do and they haven’t thought through the implications.

    Another example of this I’ve seen is when people talk about “accepting Jesus as your *personal* Lord and savior”. Why “personal”? What does that even mean? I don’t think anyone really knows, its just poorly defined religious hocus pocus that has little to no meaning, but people keep using anyway.

    I don’t think there was any malicious intent on the part of the founders of this school. Now it’s still not a great sign for the school that they don’t think that much about their language, but I’m not rooting for it to fail.

  • Douglas

    Good to see more people are waking up to this fraud.

    “‘After all, we worship the same God’, the Christian always says to the Jew and the Jew never to the Christian.

    Defending The West’s Christian Culture.


  • Jai_Normosone

    NOOOOOO! Don’t burn down that beautiful building! Send everyone outside and then set fire to them.

  • Maryanne

    There was no Judeo-Christianty when I was a young Catholic. Until Vatican II’s ‘reforms’, the first and second readings in the Sunday missal were both from the New Testament Now the first reading is from the Old Testament, except at Eastertide. We even used to pray for the “perfidious Jews” on Good Friday. Today’s Catholic church is a hollowed our carcase of its pre-Vatican II splendour.