"Secular theocracy" is a brilliant oxymoron.
I don't really understand this passage, though. Maybe you could clarify?
Whereas before Judaism was a rabbinical the rejection of Christian doctrine, formed after Christ, Judaism — including the Talmud and its brazen hostility towards gentiles — was now incorporated into the ordinary faith of Europeans. Thus, as long as Europe was Christian, they were able to maintain a semblance of a traditional society.
It was removed, but I am not the author of that piece. My articles are more encouraging in nature. My assumption is that he was referring to many organizations being controlled by deviants and there followers often being rather "regular" people in some way, shape, or form. There is also the reality of a small, vocal, and well-connected network effecting change in policy whether beneficial or suicidal. PNAC anyone?