The Church Militant in Dixie

"We will kill in ourselves a world in order to build another, a higher one reaching to the Heavens" -- Corneliu Codreanu
"We will kill in ourselves a world in order to build another, a higher one reaching to the Heavens" -- Corneliu Codreanu

“We will kill in ourselves a world in order to build another, a higher one reaching to the Heavens” — Corneliu Codreanu

As the men of Dixie took up arms to defend kith and kin, pastors, priests, and clergy led the charge in encouraging men to sacrifice for the Southland. In a true Christian society, the Church advocates for Tradition and defense of Christian principles. In the modern Babylon, also known as the United States of America, the corruption and Reconstruction of the Church has been at the forefront of the push to destroy both racial solidarity and a firm defense of Tradition. The Gospel of Karl Marx, secularism, and the Enlightenment has poisoned many of the formerly powerful religious voices in Dixie. Worship of money has trumped a love of folk, a sobering one hundred and fifty years of scalawags working with carpetbaggers who seek to dismantle and destroy our people and our way of life.

The influence of the Judeo/Masonic influences within Southern churches has steadily weakened Southerners as a people. Preachers who spend more time promoting a worship of the Almighty Dollar or defending foreign peoples than standing strong on the importance of defending the unborn, protecting traditional marriage, and worshiping Christ are promoting a poison within our people.

The Church is not a passive entity in which we spend an hour socializing at per week, the Church is a living and powerful force that is our only hope of freedom and salvation, and that is why the Church Militant must arise.

Christians must no longer fall into the pitfalls of Christian nihilism, where we attempt to wall ourselves off from the world and not try to make a difference here on Earth. Christians have a purpose to take the Faith to the four corners of the Earth and to institute Christian governments here at home. While our kingdom is alongside our Savior in Heaven, we are called to fight against the forces of Satan here on the mortal plane.

Christian lives here on Earth are not to be spent twiddling our thumbs, we are called to be warriors of Christ in everything that we do. Christians are entrusted with a sense of stewardship for one’s folk and family, this is why the fight for the Southern people is not only political, it is God ordained. Our kinsmen are united in blood and sacrifice, and it is our duty to defend them, preach to them, and give up our lives if necessary in order to secure the continued existence of our folk.

Saint George was an early Christian convert in the 4th century AD. As a Roman soldier, he understood his duty to his community and the Church relied upon the principles of Christian stewardship. He fought unceasingly for the Faith within the pagan Roman system and eventually went to the executioner’s block unafraid to die for his faith. After suffering days of torture, Saint George was finally executed by the pagan authorities. The profound dedication that this soldier of Christ had for his faith and his people moved hundreds of pagans, including local pagan priests, to convert to the one true Faith. Love must be the fundamental catalyst for everything that we do within the Church and in our political movements.

The European people have honored Saint George for nearly fourteen hundred years as the model of the Church Militant and self-sacrifice, being unafraid to pick up the sword when the situation calls for it, and yet unafraid to die to self for the glory of Christ.

John 15:13 states that “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” As Southern nationalists we are forced to die to ourselves in order to achieve our goals. It is not popular to be a Southern nationalist; the Establishment is entirely against us. Friends and even family may turn against us as we become even more bold in our struggle for Southern independence. The stinging slings and arrows of betrayal from fellow Southerners who turn their backs on us plunge deep as we strive to help those who so mercilessly persecute us. The media tars and feathers Southern nationalists and they attempt to strip each and every one of us of our ability to make a living to provide for our families. The road is long and dangerous for anyone who is willing to buck the system of institutionalized political correctness and Leftist egalitarianism.

This however is mild persecution when compared to the legions of Christian martyrs who gave their lives for Christ throughout the centuries. The pyre, the sword, the coliseum, and the rope have been used to take the lives of our brothers and sisters in Christ for standing for what is righteous. Every time the enemy attempts to slay what is truly good, the blood of the martyrs water and grow ever more resistance to Satan’s agenda. Persecution is like a blazing furnace that turns a collection of raw materials into iron. Those who are weak will slink away into the darkness as Judas did, but those who remain with our Cause through the hardship and suffering will emerge as Saint George did, unafraid to give everything for the Church Militant.

The fundamental principle behind Southern nationalism must be the reawakening and revival of our Christian faith. Without God at the center of our movement, as Scripture says in Mark 8:36… “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” Our valiant Confederate ancestors were led by the Church in defense of Dixie, as we should be guided in the modern era. Holding preachers accountable for their sermons, standing strong on our Faith, and being unwilling to compromise our Traditions might be unpopular at the moment, but it is the only way that we can stand before both God and our people and proclaim Truthfully that we did as Christ commanded us to.

The Church Militant is to be our battle cry. Deus vult comrades, our people are calling.



I have a fundamental disagreement with you on this angle on White Rights. I do not think it need be wed to any religion whatsoever, and would argue that it was the zionification of our other-wise alleged separation of church and state in our government that has been the biggest pivot in our genocide.

Which brings me to this question: how do you deal with pro-Whites who insist on violating our ranks with the anti-White, or what they call ‘goyim,’ attitudes and machinations of the Chosen People? I”m beginning to distrust any purportedly pro-White group that refuses to recognize jewish orchestration of white genocide and subjugation. Yet there seem to be many; recently Vdare published an article by a jew who actually makes pejorative references to Whites in his article. Usually the jews just try to violate and undermine White rights in a stealthy and indirect manner.

I think any advocacy and activism for Whites that doesn’t completely retain a total separation from The Chosen People and their agenda to invade is just doomed, or may be neo-con manipulations to begin with.

Up in the North, more Whites know that jewish people are both more orchestrating and more profiting from the racism and exploitation whites face than blacks.


I am of the opinion that the primary problems encountered by the Church in the US originates from its embrace of the heresy of Americanism. ‘America’ is a creed, not a nation. A ‘creedal nation’ is a self refuting concept. But it is unfortunately for the moment a powerful one. It adherents have attempted to elevate this paradox into a mystery thereby divinizing it. ‘America’ is a false god and ‘Americanism’ is an alternate religion. You can’t be an ‘American’ and a Christian. The currently soft persecution of the Church demonstrates this amply. The coming hard persecution of the Church will demonstrate it conclusively.

John Perkins

How can Christians be warriors? Surely all those who have taken arms in the name of Christ have not been reading their bibles very well, given the various pacifistic injunctions in the NT. I’m not saying this in order to troll: I am genuinely curious and interested in Trad Youth’s take on this.


“I have come to cast fire upon the Earth; and how I wish it were already kindled! But I have a baptism* to undergo, and how distressed I am until it is accomplished!
Do you suppose that I came to grant peace on earth? I tell you, no, but rather division; for from now on five members in one household will be divided,
three against two and two against three. They will be divided, father* against son and son against father,
mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law.” (Luke 12:49–53)

“He said to them, ‘But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one’” (Luke 22:36).

“So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple area, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money changers
and overturned their tables” (John 2:15).

There are plenty more verses throughout the New and Old testaments that encourage warfare. Bare in mind *they* have edited much of both.

Translations are the devil’s playground, especially with Hebrew and Greek.

Matt Parrott


Scripture is to be read on balance with the whole, enriched by the context provided by church fathers, and with the aid of one’s own critical thinking skills. I know this line is abused by Leftists, but “I take the Bible too seriously to take it literally”. Besides, as noted above, there are other lines which could be taken out of context to promote outright warmongering bloodlust.

I encourage you to explore Just War Theory (bellum iustum) for a more textured and layered perspective on the relationship between Christianity and warfare.


Many whites in South Africa back in 1994 were very religous and held the strong oppinion that “We Are All The Same Under The Eyes Of GOD”. This is one of the reasons why they voted for Black Majority Rule. This has proven to be a tragic mistake. What has happened in the New South Africa since then, is truely Horrific because for Whites, it has become Hell on Earth.


I disagree with those who say religion and “white rights” must be kept separate. It’s impossible to separate the two.

Anytime someone makes a moral claim (ie: x *should* be the case), they are, essentially, making a religious claim.

So, for example: “The white race should not be exterminated” is a claim about how world affairs ought to operate and, as such, is presupposing an objective moral standard – a standard of ethics that is universally applicable to all men. (In other words, there is no body of people in the world that could ethically exterminate the white race).

For this assertion to be justified, it must be based on an underlying view of the world – more directly: it must be said within the context of a world where objective rights and wrongs are possible. This immediately brings metaphysical (and thus: religious) speculation into the conversation.

To conclude: any and all ethical statements are, necessarily, presupposing some religious position or other. It can’t be avoided.

(For those who want to arbitrarily define certain materialist metaphysical schemes as “non-religious” – that’s fine. In that situation, I think you’ve lost all ability to coherently and rationally define “religion” in anything other than an arbitrary way. But if you think being called “religious” is a slur and want to avoid it by doing linguistic gymnastics …fine. The fact remains that any ethical claim has, at base, a metaphysical presupposition of some sort and thus, the two cannot be separated. Your ethical claims presuppose your religious affiliation, even if that means “atheist”).

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