Sure, but the point about Lucifer, just like Hitler, is that there are powerful argument and forces behind their rehabilitation. They're equally detached from Jewish interests. But the evilness of Lucifer is really a late thing championed by the Jews and Judaized Christians. Unkiking Christ on the other hand boils down to desemitizing a figure that's been tied to Semitism and Semitic lore nearly from day one, and that has been reinforced and repeated ad nauseam for nearly two millennia
Also, the scriptural negativity about Lucifer is chiefly found in the books cherished by Christians. There is therefore a clear difference between ignoring a religious book that slanders Lucifer, and trying to unglue every single somehow worthy word from the Testaments to salvage something.
Sorry, but the gain in time is considerably obvious from my standpoint in ditching Christianity altogether.
I'd rather start from scratch with Aryan/White roots, free of charge.
>is there any other name or concept that kikes wouldn't corrupt and turn upside-down as much given enough time?
Not necessarily. Besides, it would take them time to achieve that, and that's almost a non sequitur. The Jews have to be removed from the equation. The new religion settles within the context of a White victory.
In the lack thereof, not having a pro-white religion will be the least of our concerns.
>but many of them would abandon it if taught the truth
You think? I will not waste my time with pure speculation. I could argue that many Christians would pretend switching sides just so they can continue going by their old rules and continue to nurture the suicidal advice found in the Bible.
As for the new generations, we would not even need to annoy them with any of this. New religion for new people, the others will die with the old creed.
It is a sick religion that kills us insidiously and only a complete schizophrenia has allowed us to avoid being vanquished because if we had applied it to the letter, we'd have been destroyed a long time ago.
Only intoxicated Christians want to save something.
>Many people like us were Christians at one point.
The few Christians who may make the transition will not weight much to oppose the rising religion.