The Jewish run, anti-white, hate group known as the Anti-Defamation League is once again doing what they do best… attacking whites by trying to strip us of our history and our identity. They have decided to demonise yet another of our people’s symbols. According to these Jews (who are God’s chosen people, and therefore the most moral and upstanding people in the world, who have the right to dictate to the rest of us what is and isn’t okay), the Celtic Cross is now a symbol of hatred that needs to be eliminated.
The US Anti-Defamation League has named the Celtic Cross as one of the racist symbols used around the world to promote hate in their online Hate Symbols Database.
The ADL believes that white supremacist versions of the Celtic Cross, otherwise known as Odin’s Cross, Sun Cross, or Wheel Cross, have become some of the most important and widely used symbols of white supremacists. The cross consists of a square cross interlocking with or surrounded by a circle.
So because some white supremacists use the Celtic cross, that means nobody else is allowed to use it without being guilty by association? If a white supremacist group started wearing Hello Kitty merchandise, would that mean that all the little Asian girls who like Hello Kitty, would suddenly be considered white supremacists as well?
According to the League’s database, a version of the Celtic Cross was used by Norwegian Nazis during the 1930s and 40s and a variety of white supremacist groups and movements took it as their own symbol of hate following World War II.
So they took a symbol of historical significance to their ethnic group, one with absolutely no legacy of being a symbol of hatred, and adopted it as a source of pride? So what, who the fuck cares? Should we go and knock over historical Celtic grave sites, because of this? Or can we instead just act like adults, accept the fact that these symbols have different historical meanings, and focus on more important issues, like actually trying to understand why racial tension exists, and what can be done to fix it? Of course, that will never happen, because the ADL has no interest in actually trying to solve the racism problem. If they did, they’d concede that while white racist are a problem that should be condemned, the race problem isn’t entirely the fault of white people. They would accept that other racial groups like Blacks, Arabs, and Hispanics are also responsible in their own ways. If they did that though, it would undermine their true goal… instilling whitey with white guilt, so his countries can be taken from him more easily.
They currently class the cross as a symbol used by neo-Nazis, racist skinheads, Ku Klux Klan members and many other forms of white supremacists. The Celtic Cross is also used as part of the logo of Stormfront, the oldest and largest white supremacist website in the world.
Stormfront was established by Don Black, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan (a group which targeted Irish Catholics along with African-Americans and Jews) before he ironically established a hate site that appropriated a symbol generally associated with Ireland and Christianity as part of its main banner.
A quick search of the Stormfront forum reveals 84 separate discussions on the subject of the Celtic Cross with topics ranging from Celtic Cross t-shirt designs to the history of the Celtic Cross usage by white supremacists.
“I don’t think a lot of people associate the symbol [Celtic Cross] with negative connotations as they do with the swastika,” user DevilsThunder writes.
“Symbols like the sunwheel, runes, iron cross, etc. are much more acceptable now. I don’t get confronted at all wearing these symbols in public. If it was a swastika I would.”
And really, why should the Celtic cross have negative connotations? What negative acts have been committed under its banner. If a bunch of white supremacists want to wear t-shirts with it, who cares? It’s a nice symbol, with historical significance (of a good kind, not a bad kind). Should we prevent men from shaving their heads bald because of white power skinheads? Should we ban people from wearing jeans, if white supremacists decide that they like wearing jeans? Hey I know, lets just make having white skin a symbol of hate, seeing as so many white supremacists have white skin. Seriously, where is the line drawn?
“Do the other races know what the Cross could be a symbol of? I don’t know,” user RevDrRed comments in a discussion entitled: “Do most people know what the Celtic cross stands for?”
“They pay more attention to my confederate flag tag on my car than they do my crosses,” he added.
“The Celtic Cross is in my band’s logo and most people don’t have a clue what it means,” states user whitepowermetal in the same discussion.
The League notes, however, that the use of the Celtic Cross as a hate symbol should be taken on a case-by-case basis. As a prominent symbol of Irish culture, many use the Celtic Cross to portray love of their Irish heritage and history, not to promote hate.
They actually made a reasonable point. I’m…shocked actually.
The origins of the Celtic Cross date back to pre-Christian times, to a “sun cross” or a “wheel cross” used in ancient Europe. The “sun cross” differs from the Celtic cross as we most commonly see it today – all of the arms of the cross being the same length. When the symbol was adapted into Christianity, one of the arms was elongated to symbolize the shape of cross generally associated with the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
The League reports that it is most commonly the “sun cross” version of the Celtic Cross that is used by White Supremacists, although this, too, may not always be true. Many people of Irish birth and heritage remain unaware of the hateful ways in which this important part of Irish culture is used by others.
Well I’m aware and I honestly don’t care if they do. They can use it for all I care. The symbol doesn’t hurt anyone. It only has power to hurt, if you allow yourself to be offended by it.
“The Celtic Cross, as typically depicted, is a traditional Christian symbol used for religious purposes as well as to symbolize concepts like Irish pride,” the League’s web site explains.
“As such, it is a very common symbol and primarily used by non-extremists.”
“The overwhelming use of this version of the Celtic Cross is non-extremist and, in the absence of other hate symbols, does not denote white supremacy or racism.”
So if the overwhelming number of people who use it are not extremists, why should the purpose the extremists give it be allowed to define it? Talk about your non-issue. Just seems like the ADL was looking for yet another excuse to complain about whitey, and decided to latch onto this. Personally, I say keep it up. The more obnoxious and obvious you become in your attacks against whites in our own lands, the more people you’re going to piss off. I welcome their awakening.
EDIT: I forgot to post this before, but I figured it was worth sharing. Here we have a screenshot from the comments section of the article. Some guy was trying to justify this reaction to the Celtic Cross and was called out on it by another commenter. Did he debate his argument logically? No of course not, he resorted to insults because he was completely incapable of justifying his position. Check it out.