Originally Posted by Ron Doggett
The point was they don't exist now, anymore than segregationists Governors do.
Why is that?
1.) In the 1980s and 1990s, the Southern churches jumped on the "mainstream" bandwagon and reconciled themselves to the dominant secular culture and its position on race.
2.) The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 outlawed segregation and changed the electorate in the South - 90% of Northerners and Westerners in Congress voted for "civil rights" reform.
If they conform so easily what good are they to begin with. Look it is a jewish rooted religion not suited for us and once you know that truth you can't go back to worshiping the enemies of our people.
We didn't lose in the 1960s in the South.
On the contrary, the Southern churches supported the Jim Crow system and Southerners in the state legislatures and Congress overwhelmingly voted to preserve segregation. The truth is that 1.) we didn't control the federal courts and 2.) we were outvoted in Congress by Yankees who supported the Civil Rights Movement in large enough numbers to break our filibusters.
The existence of the Union, not Christianity, is why MLK became a national hero. It is why we got the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act. It is why we got the Immigration Act of 1965, the IRCA amnesty, and now two terms of Obama. Were it not for the Union, we would have none of those things.
If Southern Christianity wasn't worth a damn in the first place, then the same is true of National Socialism which was dropped like a hot potato in postwar Germany. There is more residual White racial consciousness in Dixie today than the Federal Republic of Germany.
Oh BTW, if "Cosmotheism" or the National Alliance were worth a damn, shouldn't it have survived the death of William Pierce?