On the contrary, it was a Roman project to pacify the Jews. The context of the First Jewish-Roman War makes it abundantly clear that Christianity was created to conquer Judaea. It subverts every messianic expectation of 1st century Jews in favor of Roman rule: Here's your messiah on a stick, he's not a warrior but brought a sword to divide and conquer you, told you to turn the other cheek to authorities, and to pay your fucking taxes. Ever noticed how the OT constantly emphasizes that you should not eat the flesh from a living animal and drink its blood? Now you'll eat the flesh and drink the blood of our sacrificial lamb, who's the Yom Kippur sacrifice and the new temple that we destroyed all in one. You can point at basically anything in the NT and see it for yourself. When Jesus claims that the random centurion is more pious than anyone he met in Israel he's completely demoralizing the Jews, when Paul says there's no Jew nor Greek he's obliterating their notion of chosen people, and so on.