Germany: Government Bans Pagan “Neo-Nazi Cult,” Raids Members’ Homes

We don’t support paganism.

But the media tells us constantly that they believe in diversity, no?

Most “paganism,” like most “Christianity,” is pro-vaginal, and pro-anal. Those are both allowed. It seems you’re allowed aesthetic differences, but you must share the same core doctrine about vaginal supremacy, child anal, and mass immigration.


The German government on Wednesday banned a far-right, racist group known for its indoctrination of children as police raided dozens of homes of its members and other buildings early in the morning.

A statement from the German interior ministry said it banned the Artgemeinschaft group, an anti-democratic association with around 150 members. All of its sub-organizations, including the Gefaehrtschaften, Gilden, Freundeskreise, and Familienwerk e.V., were also banned, the ministry said.

“We are banning a sectarian, deeply racist and antisemitic association,” Interior Minister Nancy Faeser said.

“This is another hard blow against right-wing extremism and (those) who continue to spread Nazi ideologies to this day,” she said, adding that the organization had attempted to indoctrinate their children and young people with their anti-democratic ideology.

Under the cover of a pseudo-religious Germanic belief in gods, the Artgemeinschaft spread its Nazi world view, the ministry said.

“The group’s central goal was the preservation and promotion of one’s own ‘kind,’ which can be equated with the National Socialist term ‘race’,” according to the statement.

In addition to the ideology of racial doctrine, the symbolism, narratives and activities of the group showed further parallels to the Nazis’ ideology.

The group gave its members instructions on how to choose a “proper spouse” within the Northern and Central European “human kind” in order to pass on the “correct” genetic makeup according to the association’s racist ideology. People of other origins were degraded, the ministry said in its statement.

If we allowed freedom of thought, people who join pagan cults in this closed environment would presumably be normal Christians. It’s the subversion of the church, and forcing people who hold traditional values into the shadows, that creates things like “pagan neo-Nazi cult.”

There is no need to be weird. But when the norm is weird, those trying to be normal are going to end up dysfunctional.