Was Cain, in addition to inventing murder, the progenitor of civilization and of nationalism as well? If so, his vilification in Judeo-derived traditions should come as no surprise, nationalism being forever the bane of supremacist Jewry in its historical inter- and anti-national enterprise. French New Right intellectual Alain de Benoist, in his metaphysical study On Being a Pagan, indeed makes the case for Cain as humanity’s Faustian benefactor and the world’s ur-nationalist.
Cain can be argued to have an affinity with the pagan worldview through his close relationship with the earth. A principal difference between pagan and monotheistic man, Benoist explains, is the attitude toward the land he occupies.
Eretz-Israel was a gift land, attributed and promised by Yahweh. Pagan man feels the place of his birth through its relation to his ancestral lineage. He has a “mother-country.” In biblical monotheism, to the contrary, there…
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