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Published On: Thu, Jan 29th, 2015

‘Catholic’ Hitler’s war on Jesus Christ, Christians

One of the arguments against atheism is asking where their morality comes from and how it is defined. Throughout history we’ve witnessed the most horrific crimes against humanity from the regimes of Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot.

Of course the words would barely escaped the lips of the Christian accuser, when the atheist will counter with “Hitler was a Christian…he was a Catholic.”

This isn’t the forum to debate the Catholic faith or how Hitler became so strongly opposed to religion, Christians and instead, sought to become his own “god.”

Adolf Hitler poster put out by Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership  photo Marshall Astor via Flickr

Adolf Hitler poster put out by Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership photo Marshall Astor via Flickr

In Hitler’s words “the heaviest blow that ever struck humanity was the coming of Christianity” (Hitler, 1953, p. 6).  The Jesuits were “swine,” and all of Christianity was “Jewish Christianity” which was comparable with “Jewish Bolshevism.”  Hitler concluded that both were evil and both had to be destroyed (Kershaw, 2000, pp. 330, 488).  His reasoning was based on his belief that Christianity was an “illegitimate” Jewish child and, as a Jewish child, was swine like its parent that must be eradicated.  Hitler considered Christianity the “invention of the Jew Saul” (Azar, 1990, p. 154). Full quote and source below.

Larry Azar fully explores this in Twentieth Century in Crisis, “Hitler saw Christianity and Science as diametrically opposed to each other (Azar, 1990, p. 154).  He concluded science would win, and the Christian church would eventually in due time be destroyed.  Hitler even believed science was the creation of the German race.  Hitler was trying to use science — especially Darwinism — to create a utopia on Earth, and he made it absolutely clear that there would be “no place in this utopia for the Christian Churches” in his plans for the future of Germany,” summarizes Jerry Bergman.

“In Hitler’s eyes, Christianity was a religion fit only for slaves; he detested its ethics in particular. Its teaching, he declared, was a rebellion against the natural law of selection by struggle and the survival of the fittest,” — Excerpt from Hitler a Study in Tyranny by Alan Bullock (via Wiki)

Richard Overy maintains that Hitler was not a “practising Christian,” nor was he a “thorough atheist.”

So, what did Hitler believe?

Again on Wiki: Around 1937, when Hitler heard that at the instigation of the party and the SS vast numbers of his followers had left the church because it was obstinately opposing his plans, he nevertheless ordered his chief associates, above all Goering and Goebbels, to remain members of the church. He too would remain a member of the Catholic Church he said, although he had no real attachment to it. And in fact he remained in the church until his suicide. — Extract from Inside the Third Reich, the memoir of Albert Speer

What did Hitler do?

  • He divided the Protestant Church and instigated a brutal persecution of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.[1] He dishonored a Concordat signed with the Vatican and permitted a persecution of the Catholic Church in Germany.
  • Alan Bullock wrote in Hitler: A Study in Tyranny that, “once the war was over, [Hitler] promised himself, he would root out and destroy the influence of the Christian Churches.”
  • In Hitler’s scheme for the Germanization of Eastern Europe, there was to be no place for Christian churches.  Bullock wrote that “once the war was over, [Hitler] promised himself, he would root out and destroy the influence of the Christian churches, but until then he would be circumspect.”
  • Hitler thought  he could overcome the Islamic community, infiltrate and use them to conquer the world.
  • On other occults, mysticisms: What nonsense! Here we have at last reached an age that has left all mysticism behind it, and now [Himmler] wants to start that all over again. We might just as well have stayed with the church. At least it had tradition. To think that I may, some day, be turned into an SS saint! Can you imagine it? I would turn over in my grave…(Inside the Third Reich)

So Indiana Jones can claim “Hitler was obsessed with the occult” but his remarks and actions tell a different tale. Hitler’s racism and belief in Darwinism overpowered all of his beliefs. “Survival of the fittest” embodies the Nazi’s attack on the world, yet atheists would love to hang that anchor around the neck of a Catholic.

If further examine the assault on churches, the removal of Christ’s images from the German society (churches etc…) we see the evil man trying to make himself into a god. Sadly, the revisionist history has empowered the atheists to highjack the Nazis…(scratch your head if you must) to target the faithful.

A ton of quotes from Hitler attacking Christianity – begin reading HERE

Hitler: “National Socialism and religion cannot exist together…The heaviest blow that ever struck humanity was the coming of Christianity. Bolshevism is Christianity’s illegitimate child. Both are inventions of the Jew. The deliberate lie in the matter of religion was introduced into the world by Christianity….Let it not be said that Christianity brought man the life of the soul, for that evolution was in the natural order of things.” (Hitler quoted on 11 July 1941, in H.R. Trevor-Roper, Hitler’s Secret Conversations 1941-1944, pp. 6-7).

Source: True Origin, Wiki

1. Geoffrey Blainey; A Short History of Christianity; pp. 495–6

 

 

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- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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