The Camp of the Holy Ghosts
February 7, 2010
The incessant flooding of non-White immigrants into
Europe and America
raises the academic question of cause and effect. Certainly, the ongoing racial
and religious changes in America
and Europe are already having dramatic effects
that will soon result in low intensity urban warfare. However, while it is
relatively easy to study the consequences of non-White immigration and put the
blame on non-White intruders and their liberal protectors, probing into the
causes of the non-White immigration is far more delicate. The suicidal role of
churches, especially the Catholic Church in the USA and in Europe needs to be
critically examined, as does the opportunistic role toward Islam and Judaism of
many White nationalists.
Another backlash of proxy White identity can be spotted
among Whites’ grotesque veneration of Palestinians. This is in particular true
among French “identitarians,” who enjoy sporting the Palestinian flag
— often as a subterfuge for their condensed anti-Jewish
feelings. Many European nationalists like to exhibit bizarre humanitarian
emotions for this alien out-group, while neglecting the plight of their own
White kinsmen in their own neighbourhoods.
The Palestinian plight must be bewailed and bemoaned by
Arabs only — not by White Americans and Europeans. Had the wealthy petro-sheiks
from Qatar or Saudi Arabia more integrity and higher IQ, they could easily rock
the boat and send oil prices into heaven on Wall Street, and thus help their
brethren in Gaza or on the West Bank. Instead, they prefer yachting on the
Croatian and the French Riviera on the look-out for White Christian women. The
congenial lack of self-discipline among Arabs helps tiny Israel run the show in
the Middle East — with the aid of American taxpayers.
Christian–Leftist Holy Wars
But I stand by my statement. Part of the mission of the Roman Catholic
Church is to help people in need. It is our Gospel mandate, in which Christ
instructs us to clothe the naked, feed the poor and welcome the stranger.
These are the words of the US Cardinal Richard Mahony,
New York Times, although his words could easily be attributed to a
If anybody can
break the law with impunity in Europe and America, it is the powerful Catholic
clergy. Mahony openly snubbed the House bill against hiring illegal aliens. If
one were to replace his words “Catholic Church” and “Gospel” with the words
“Party” and the “Five Years Plan” respectively, one could read a carbon copy of
the new Communist Manifesto. Frightened at the sight of the vanishing White
flock and reeling from the pedophile scandals, the Catholic clergy in America
must look now for less intelligent and more credulous faithful, notably among
Latin American immigrants.
Almost without exception the
French higher and lower clergy is known for its left-leaning, pro-immigration
politics. Given that less than 10 per cent of White French attend Sunday mass,
the French Catholic Church must search for new sheep among non-White immigrants.
It is common to observe the French clergy break the law by providing safe havens
on the church premises for non-European immigrants, including Muslims from North Africa. The words by the notorious French bishop,
who is openly pro-homosexual, pro-Muslim, pro-Arab and pro-immigration, as
related by the influential French left-leaning weekly
Le Nouvel Observateur online forum,
says it all:
Undocumented foreigners are honoring us
when they knock on the doors of churches. When they come to St Hippolyte and at
St Merri they ask the Church to support them and to make their plight known,
because they know that the Church has common bonds with foreigners. And
sometimes the foreigner evokes the words of Jesus: “I was a foreigner and you
welcomed me.” We do not have to imitate what foreign countries could do to
Europeans if they were to go to mosques. It is not because Muslim countries
would not welcome Europeans that we have to be like them. We have the
responsibility to host those who are human beings as ourselves.
Last year in May, Italy
passed strict laws against illegal immigrants making it a felony to work and
reside in Italy
without proper documents. The Pope, however, could not wait to slam the
right-wing Silvio Berlusconi government as “racist
and xenophobic.” In January this
year, after race riots had broken out in Calabria, in southern Italy, the
promptly sided with the
But what else can one expect from the Catholic Church whose doctrine is
based on the dysgenic idea of “love thy neighbor”?
The Pope’s spokesman
reiterated recently that “the Church had always sought to defend the
dignity of immigrants, particularly the weak and the feeble, around the world.“
statements must be fine music for the ears of non-European
immigrants, and it would be naive to
think that they ignore the consequences of Samaritan gifts provided by their
One would think that traditional Catholics affiliated with the
Society of Saint Pius have more racial awareness, because, unlike the
Vatican, they resolutely attack the
Islamification of Europe. Undoubtedly, the European Catholic
intégristes command a certain respect
among prominent rightwing French academics and politicians sympathetic to the
French Le Front National. Yet the stance of the Society of Saint Pius on
non-European immigrants and on race mixing is not much different from the one
espoused by the Vatican. How can it be otherwise in view of St Pius branches and
supporters scattered in far away non-European countries, such as the Philippines
or Latin America?
Although fully obedient to Rome, Catholics
in Slovakia, Hungary or Croatia
are far more racially aware than their counterparts in
It is common to hear homilies by Croat Franciscan priests in the Catholic
missions in Pittsburgh,
implicitly urging young Croats to marry only within White Christian gene pool.
East European Christians, particularly Christian Orthodox Serbs and Roman
Catholic Croats have far less political compunctions about criticizing Muslim
non-European immigrants than their Western equivalents
— as shown by their ugly treatment of
Bosnians Muslims during the recent war in the Balkans. In Serb and Croat
national sagas and myths, words like ‘Arab’ or ‘Turk’ are synonymous with evil.
However, their own mutually exclusive nationalism, largely due to their past
interreligious quarrels, makes any revival of an all-out, across the board White
consciousness in Europe, at least for now, risible and far-fetched.
The Catholic Church in Central and Eastern Europe is a projection of
local White national identity and not so much the symbol of spiritual salvation.
Catholic Poland, Slovakia, Croatia and Hungary take special pride in calling
themselves “antemurale cristianitatis”, or
— i,e,, the
“bulwark of Christianity” and the “rampart of the West” — first against Turkic
Islamic invaders, then against godless communism.
Seen in retrospect, communist repression in Eastern Europe strengthened the role of the Catholic Church and the White consciousness of its
congregation. By contrast, in Western Europe the liberal system is now quickly
turning the Catholic Church into a multiracial clearing house.
Certainly, in the very near future Christian meek shall
inherit the old Earth — and the new Gulag.
is author, translator, former US professor in political science and
a former Croatian diplomat. He is the author of Homo
americanus: Child of the Postmodern Age (2007). His new book of
essays, Postmortem Report:
Cultural Examinations from Postmodernity, prefaced by Kevin
MacDonald, will soon be released. Email
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