View Poll Results: What is your faith?

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    71 21.13%
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    29 8.63%
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    51 15.18%
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Thread: What is Your Religion/Faith?

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    Post What is Your Religion/Faith?

    I think a thread debating the merits and compatibility of one's faith (or lack therof) with white nationalism would be an excellent, intellectually stimulating thing.

    I am an agnostic who leans toward atheism. However, it is hard, if not impossible to prove an exhaustive claim that there is no god, but IMHO the case against god is much stronger than the case for god's existence. In fact, I strongly doubt the existence of anything supernatural. I could be described as a reductionist and a naturalist. I believe that ultimately, everything can be explained by a few laws and a few basic building blocks (reductionist), and I also think the universe is a closed system (naturalist).

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    Post christianity

    Yes, christianity may have been "aryanized" to some extent by our ancestors, but that does not change the fact that it is some of the most destructive, silly, innane horse shit ever to be believed by man on such a large scale. To this day, our whole race is bending over and taking it because of this vile plague (read: mainstream christians loving kikes so damn much).

    :hang

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    I picked "other", even though I do not really follow a "religion". Here is an essay I wrote about my spiritual beleifs:

    http://hometown.aol.com/xikalosxi/

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    I am still trying to define my Spiritual views. One thing that is definite is that I reject Christianity.

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    Originally posted by Kalos
    I picked "other", even though I do not really follow a "religion". Here is an essay I wrote about my spiritual beleifs:

    http://hometown.aol.com/xikalosxi/

    I picked other as well. Curious as to why it only shows one vote.

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    I notice that 'other' outstrips the rest at present [I voted 'other' as well].

    Seeing as I am a Nationalist, I can only conclude that Nationalism is my religion.

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    I do not follow any spiritual belief system. I describe myself as agnostic rather than atheist for the simple reason that I believe that there may be a "higher power" or supernatural forces that exist but may manifest themselves in Science rather than a God or Gods.

    I believe science is "god" (I do not really want to call it "god", that's just for lack of words) because our pagan ancestors had Gods to explain how the world worked; why the seasons changed, why the sun set, etc....and now we have science to explain to us why things work the way they do. They are not that different if you look at it that way. Our belief systems evolved as we evolved.

    Look at how today's Christians try hard to prove that science and the bible can work together, or that science cannot prove the bible wrong. They can't do it, so they label forms of science as blasphemous or as immoral. We have evolved past Judeo-chrisitianity. I personally don't care if anyone is Christian, and I believe the Bible has many lessons and is well worth reading. But as an agnostic I have far more respect (and a great deal of respect at that) for the old pagan beliefs of our peoples. Whether or not I necessarily believe in anything spiritual I can appreciate a belief system which allows us to get in touch with our ancestors and feel a spiritual connection to them in our hearts......I believe spirituality is not limited to belief systems but that's another subject.. :ultrawink
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    I personally believe that Nationalism replaced religion amongst Europeans.

    The sort of 'group membership' important in religion became a private thing once Church and State were separated.
    Nationalism returns this spiritualised bonding to the public sphere.

    This is why liberal anti-nationalist propaganda is destroying the SOUL of the White Race.

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    << The sort of 'group membership' important in religion became a private thing once Church and State were separated.
    Nationalism returns this spiritualised bonding to the public sphere. >>

    You hit the nail right on the head! True Nationalism gives citizens a sense of Fraternity. A "spiritualised bonding" as you say, which is a perfect way of putting it.

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    And that's why I had to vote 'Other' ...

    The spiritual aspect of Nationalism as a religion is not included in the poll choices.
    The nearest would be pre-Christian European Nature religion, but that's not near enough, because paganism is as much pre-National as it is pre-Christian.

    The movement of European Nationalism, coming out of the 19th century, and being refined in the 20th, is the spiritual binding [re-ligio] of the White Race.

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