There was a time when, in the Western world, Christendom closely paralleled white European collective identity. More recently, it seems that almost every Christian denomination clamors for yet more non-white immigration in to white lands.
What passes for “faith” can be tricky business but many of us find it hard to believe that mere coincidence is at work when the geographical boundaries of major faiths just happen to coincide with ethnic boundaries – at least historically. Even though many a Catholic Mexican will claim, with a straight face, that his faith in the Trinity is strictly his own conviction and irrelevant to the fact that Catholic Spaniards conquered his forebears hundreds of years ago. The fact of the matter is that religion often goes hand in hand with ethnic identity. In this context I find it rather pathetic that most Filipinos claim Catholicism as their own. Ditto for so many Vietnamese.
From a strictly utilitarian perspective, would it be better for white nationalists to continue to consider themselves (even nominally) Christian or would it be better to reclaim pre-Christian European paganism as their own? At least European paganism is 100% indigenous European – not partially imported from the Middle East like Christianity – and not prone to sabotaging white interests like Christianity.
Not by a long shot am I an expert on the topic of European paganism or Christianity so this post is really an invitation for others, more knowledgeable than I, to put their two cents in.