Although Christianity is necessary to saving Albion; and Christianity must come first - before any programme of political, economic, or social changes; that does Not mean that we can or should use Christianity as a means to the end of saving Albion specifically
And what applies to Albion specifically also applies to The West in general.
The situation is that we must have spiritual Christianity first, because otherwise we will not know what to do, nor how properly to do it.
To put is another way, without a spiritual Christian revival, the nation of Albion will not be especially worth saving.
This is harsh but true. All that was good about Albion will be lost - as much of it already has been lost, and indeed inverted, unless we first recover our spirituality.
And for various reasons this spirituality must end-up being Christianity (even if the awakening is not initially Christian, it will need to become so before too long - and indeed would become so, I believe - unless coercively distorted in some other direction).
This is how it must work: the nation has a spiritual awakening, which entails acknowledging the reality and importance of the spiritual (suprasensory) in Life, and orientating Life towards this - this must then become Theistic and Christ-centred spirituality.
Then, and only then, will we be able to understand the situation we are in, what needs to be done (and in what order things need to be done) and how to do they - because the methods must be congruent with the objectives.
From here and now - we simply do not understand or know. Our perspective is based on false premises (a false metaphysics) and anything we try to do will be poisoned at source - and will almost certainly lead to net harm - do more evil than good.
This applies to all current secular (i.e. not primarily religious) politics and ideologies, both Left and Right: all such are necessarily and always blind, warped and wicked.