What Brian Marshall Thought of Hitler in 2001

Name: Lord Jesus Christ 3168 Date Posted: Jun 27, 01 – 11:13 PM Email: lordjesus@in2jesus.com
Message: THE TRIAL OF ADOLF HITLER

As I am the Lord, I have been born this second time, into a world where history is still lingering in the memories of the world wars. The following information is on the web and provided it is accurate I base my judgment of Hitler on that evidence.

I was surprised to read that Historian believe that Adolph Hitler was a devote Catholic. I myself was raised a catholic. And that his heavy hand towards the Jews was based on the belief that the Jews of Europe were not human, his speeches mentioning that he believed that Man was made in the image of God, i.e. Jesus myself and that the Jews were in the image of the Devil. He mentions the Elders of Zion and the Protocols.

That Jesus himself condemned the Jews as being of the Devil and their religion was a secret plot to take over the world. John 8:44 I imagine he underlined. Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.

He saw himself as completing what Jesus did not finish, as his beloved Savior was himself murdered by the Jews.

I am a man who looks at the facts. First no matter what Hitler thought of the Jews, he disobeyed several laws of God. Love one another and Thou Shalt not kill.

He could have removed the cloud of secrecy over the Jewish religion and rounded up the Talmud in a lightening move and kept the books under lock and key and reeducated the children as to what a Jew represents, the people who were spoken to by God and give honor to the little ones and saved them from the insanity of their parents religion.

He could have started a plan to educate the youngsters to be open and honest and ban all racism. He could have separated the Jews he hated from positions of power in business and politics and passed laws that gave liberty to all who recognized that God is Love and that to have God within you is to be aware of that.

He could have established learning centers that taught the Jesus himself was a Jew, and that not all Jews are evil but are reactionary to the evils the churches had done to them in the past, for if Jews are of the devil so was Jesus, or if Jesus was of God so were the Jews.

The reality is that one must demonstrate love and forgiveness and isolate the cancers of Rabbinical Talmud thinking, and identify it then control it by not allowing the person of this mentality to actively follow the abominations found within it nor become prosperous nor enter business or politics as it is a mental illness.

The same must apply to Muslims and Christian, all are guilty of sinning in my opinion against me, its that simple. I will judge everyone according to their works. If found guilty by these parameters, then they will be assessed as to why they are filled with hate and venom and measures taken to rectify it under the guiding light of forgiveness and repentance.

To be a human being one must have love as their God.

Having read the statements of Hitler I would forgive him as he was a man caught up in the passion of the times, and mentally unstable.

I will also forgive the Jews who are equally guilty of similar insanity today, murdering Palestinians for their fatherland, for I am sure if Hitler had the information I reveal to you all openly today, he would not have embarked on his campaign to murder all Jews.

The following is found on the Internet.

http://www.freethought-web.org/ctrl/quotes_hitler.html

Was Hitler an atheist as some Christians say he was? Hitler’s own words make this claim rather dubious. Scholars are still unsure whether or not Adolf Hitler was a believing Christian or just a politically cunning theist, but what is certain however is there is no evidence he was an atheist. This page documents some of his religious views, as he personally described them. Articles which examine the evidence in further detail can be found at the bottom of the page.

“I am now as before a Catholic and will always remain so.”

( Adolf Hitler; from John Toland [Pulitzer Prize winner], Adolf Hitler, New York: Anchor Publishing, 1992, p. 507. )

“The folkish-minded man, in particular, has the sacred duty, each in his own denomination, of making people stop just talking superficially of God’s will, and actually fulfill God’s will, and not let God’s word be desecrated. For God’s will gave men their form, their essence and their abilities. Anyone who destroys His work is declaring war on the Lord’s creation, the divine will.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 562. )

“Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 65. )

“My feeling as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded only by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God’s truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was his fight against the Jewish poison. Today, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognize more profoundly than ever before the fact that it was for this that He had to shed his blood upon the Cross. As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice. And as a man I have the duty to see to it that human society does not suffer the same catastrophic collapse as did the civilization of the ancient world some two thousand years ago — a civilization which was driven to its ruin through this same Jewish people.

“Then indeed when Rome collapsed there were endless streams of new German bands flowing into the Empire from the North; but, if Germany collapses today, who is there to come after us? German blood upon this earth is on the way to gradual exhaustion unless we pull ourselves together and make ourselves free!

“And if there is anything which could demonstrate that we are acting rightly, it is the distress that daily grows. For as a Christian I have also a duty to my own people. And when I look on my people I see them work and work and toil and labor, and at the end of the week they have only for their wages wretchedness and misery. When I go out in the morning and see these men standing in their queues and look into their pinched faces, then I believe I would be no Christian, but a very devil, if I felt no pity for them, if I did not, as did our Lord two thousand years ago, turn against those by whom today this poor people are plundered and exploited.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Munich, April 12, 1922; from Norman H. Baynes, ed., The Speeches of Adolf Hitler: April 1922-August 1939, Volume 1, Oxford University Press, 1942, pp. 19-20. )

“For this, to be sure, from the child’s primer down to the last newspaper, every theater and every movie house, every advertising pillar and every billboard, must be pressed into the service of this one great mission, until the timorous prayer of our present parlor patriots: ‘Lord, make us free!’ is transformed in the brain of the smallest boy into the burning plea: ‘Almighty God, bless our arms when the time comes; be just as thou hast always been; judge now whether we be deserving of freedom; Lord, bless our battle!’”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, pp. 632-633. )

“I may not be a light of the church, a pulpiteer, but deep down I am a pious man, and believe that whoever fights bravely in defense of the natural laws framed by God and never capitulates will never be deserted by the Lawgiver, but will, in the end, receive the blessings of Providence.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered on July 5, 1944; from Charles Bracelen Flood, Hitler: The Path to Power, Boston, Mass: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1989, p. 208. )

“I say: my Christian feeling tells me that my lord and savior is a warrior. It calls my attention to the man who, lonely and surrounded by only a few supporters, recognized what they [the Jews] were, and called for a battle against them, and who, by God, was not the greatest sufferer, but the greatest warrior. . .

“As a human being it is my duty to see to it that humanity will not suffer the same catastrophic collapse as did that old civilization two thousand years ago, a civilization which was driven to its ruin by the Jews. . . I am convinced that I am really a devil and not a Christian if I do not feel compassion and do not wage war, as Christ did two thousand years ago, against those who are steeling and exploiting these poverty-stricken people.

“Two thousand years ago a man was similarly denounced by this particular race which today denounces and blasphememes all over the place. . . That man was dragged before a court and they said: he is arousing the people! So he, too, was an agitator!”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered on April 12, 1922; from Charles Bracelen Flood, Hitler: The Path to Power, Boston, Mass: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1989, pp. 261-262. )

“And now Staatspräsident Bolz says that Christianity and the Catholic faith are threatened by us. And to that charge I can answer: In the first place it is Christians and not international atheists who now stand at the head of Germany. I do not merely talk of Christianity, no, I also profess that I will never ally myself with the parties which destroy Christianity. If many wish today to take threatened Christianity under their protection, where, I would ask, was Christianity for them in these fourteen years when they went arm in arm with atheism? No, never and at no time was greater internal damage done to Christianity than in these fourteen years when a party, theoretically Christian, sat with those who denied God in one and the same Government.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Stuttgart, February 15, 1933. )

“We were convinced that the people needs and requires this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations: we have stamped it out.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered in Berlin, October 24, 1933. )

“Anyone who dares to lay hands on the highest image of the Lord commits sacrilege against the benevolent creator of this miracle and contributes to the expulsion from paradise.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 383. )

“We have experienced a miracle, something unique, something the like of which there has hardly been in the history of the world. God first allowed our people to be victorious for four and a half years, then He abased us, laid upon us a period of shamelessness, but now after a struggle of fourteen years he has permitted us to bring that period to a close. It is a miracle which has been wrought upon the German people. […] It shows us that the Almighty has not deserted our people, that He received it into favour at the moment when it rediscovered itself. And that our people shall never again lose itself, that must be our vow so long as we shall live and so long as the Lord gives us the strength to carry on the fight.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech to the ‘Old Guard’ of the Party at Munich, March 19, 1934. )

“The anti-Semitism of the new [Christian Social] movement was based on religious ideas instead of racial knowledge.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 119. )

“Thus inwardly armed with confidence in God and the unshakable stupidity of the voting citizenry, the politicians can begin the fight for the ‘remaking’ of the Reich as they call it.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 375. )

“Even today I am not ashamed to say that, overpowered by stormy enthusiasm, I fell down on my knees and thanked Heaven from an overflowing heart for granting me the good fortune of being permitted to live at this time. A fight for freedom had begun mightier than the earth had ever seen; for once Destiny had begun its course, the conviction dawned on even the broad masses that this time not the fate of Serbia or Austria was involved, but whether the German nation was to be or not to be.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 161. )

“As far as this variety of ‘folkish’ warriors, are concerned, I can only wish the National Socialist movement and the German people with all my heart: ‘Lord, preserve us from such friends, and then we can easily deal with our enemies.’”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 565. )

“It may be that today gold has become the exclusive ruler of life, but the time will come when man will again bow down before a higher god.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 436. )

“Thank the Lord, Germanic democracy means just this: that any old climber or moral slacker cannot rise by devious paths to govern his national comrades, but that, by the very greatness of the responsibility to be assumed, incompetents and weaklings are frightened of.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 91. )

“What we must fight for is to safeguard the existence and reproduction of our race and our people, the sustenance of our children and the purity of our blood, the freedom and independence of the fatherland, so that our people may mature for the fulfillment of the mission allotted it by the creator of the universe.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 214. )

“Imbued with the desire to secure for the German people the great religious, moral, and cultural values rooted in the two Christian Confessions, we have abolished the political organizations but strengthened the religious institutions.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech at Reichstag, Berlin, January 30, 1934. )

“The advantages of a personal and political nature that might arise from compromising with atheistic organizations would not outweigh the consequences which would become apparent in the destruction of general moral basic values. The national government regards the two Christian confessions as the weightiest factors for the maintenance of our nationality: their rights are not to be infringed.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech at Reichstag, Berlin, March 23, 1933; published in his My New Order )

“Secular schools can never be tolerated because such schools have no religious instruction, and a general moral instruction without a religious foundation is built on air; consequently, all character training and religion must be derived from faith.”

( Adolf Hitler, in 26 April 1933, from a speech made during negotiations leading to the Nazi-Vatican Concordant of 1933. )

“[T]he world has no reason for fighting in our defense, and as a matter of principle God does not make cowardly nations free…”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 622. )

“This human world of ours would be inconceivable without the practical existence of a religious belief.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 152. )

“While we destroyed the Centre Party, we have not only brought thousands of priests back into the Church, but to millions of respectable people we have restored their faith in their religion and in their priests. The union of the Evangelical Church in a single Church for the whole Reich, the Concordat with the Catholic Church, these are but milestones on the road which leads to the establishment of a useful relation and a useful co operation between the Reich and the two Confessions.”

( Adolf Hitler, in his New Year Message, January 1, 1934. )

“National Socialism has always affirmed that it is determined to take the Christian Churches under the protection of the State. For their part the churches cannot for a second doubt that they need the protection of the State, and that only through the State can they be enabled to fulfill their religious mission. Indeed, the churches demand this protection from the State.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a Radio Broadcast July 22, 1933; from My New Order. )

“I know that here and there the objection has been raised: Yes, but you have deserted Christianity. No, it is not that we have deserted Christianity; it is those who came before us who deserted Christianity. We have only carried through a clear division between politics, which have to do with terrestrial things, and religion, which must concern itself with the celestial sphere. There has been no interference with the doctrine of the Confessions or with their religious freedom, nor will there be any such interference. On the contrary the State protects religion, though always on the one condition that religion will not be used as a cover for political ends.

“There may have been a time when even parties founded on the ecclesiastical basis were a necessity. At that time Liberalism was opposed to the Church, while Marxism was anti-religious. But that time is past. National Socialism neither opposes the Church nor is it anti-religious, but on the contrary, it stands on the ground of a real Christianity.

“The Church’s) interests cannot fail to coincide with ours alike in our fight against the symptoms of degeneracy in the world of to-day, in our fight against the Bolshevist culture, against an atheistic movement, against criminality, and in our struggle for the consciousness of a community in our national life, for the conquest of hatred and disunion between the classes, for the conquest of civil war and unrest, of strife and discord. These are not anti-Christian, these are Christian principles.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Koblenz, August 26, 1934. )

“It would be more in keeping with the intention of the noblest man in this world if our two Christian churches, instead of annoying Negroes with missions which they neither desire nor understand, would kindly, but in all seriousness, teach our European humanity that where parents are not healthy it is a deed pleasing to God to take pity on a poor little healthy orphan child and give him father and mother, than themselves to give birth to a sick child who will only bring unhappiness and suffering on himself and the rest of the world.”

( Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf; Ralph Mannheim, ed., New York: Mariner Books, 1999, p. 403. )

“I believe today that I am acting in the sense of the Almighty Creator. By warding off the Jews I am fighting for the Lords work.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Reichstag, Berlin, 1936. )

“At the head of our [National Socialist] program there stand no secret surmisings but clear-cut perception and straightforward profession of belief. But since we set as the central point of this perception and of this profession of belief the maintenance and hence the security for the future of a being formed by God, we thus serve the maintenance of a divine work and fulfill a divine will – not in the secret twilight of a new house of worship, but openly before the face of the Lord.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Nuremberg, September 6, 1938. )

“May God Almighty give our work His blessing, strengthen our purpose, and endow us with wisdom and the trust of our people, for we are fighting not for ourselves but for Germany.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Berlin, February 1, 1933. )

“The judgment whether a people is virtuous or not virtuous can hardly be passed by a human being. That should be left to God.”

( Adolf Hitler, in a speech delivered at Wilhelmshaven, April 1, 1939. )

The Following is another view of Hitler. http://www.ffrf.org/fttoday/march97/holocaust.html

Religion And The Holocaust

By Richard E. Smith

This was originally a response to a letter to the editor. The letter brought forth two questions.

Was Hitler a Christian?

Did religion have anything to do with the Holocaust?

1. Hitler was baptized a Catholic and attended Catholic schools and churches in Austria.

2. Hitler repeatedly wrote and said that he was on a divine mission from God to destroy the Jews.

3. The Nazis made much of their interpretation that Jesus was not Jewish so they could retain him for a god.

4. In 1941 Hitler told his army adjutant General Gerhard Engel: “I shall remain a Catholic forever.”

5. Hitler was heavily influenced by the forged book “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.” This was a spurious attempt to demonstrate the Jews were conducting a conspiracy to dominate the world.

6. Hitler grew up in culture where religious hatred of Jews was and is commonplace. From the time of Martin Luther, the first Protestant, when he spoke before the Diet at Worms (“All Jews should be driven from Germany”) until today in the person of Lech Walesa, who won control of Poland on a platform, in part, of anti-Semitism, the religious hatred remains.

7. Hitler’s last offensive of WWII was what came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge. The original code name Hitler gave this plan was Christrose. Hitler changed the name to Watch on the Rhine because he figured his enemies in the West, primarily Americans, English, and French, who were also primarily Christians, would be able to guess what it meant.

8. At the end of WWII the Catholic Church was up to its eyeballs (some say its Vatican) helping Nazis escape Europe to South America, the most prominent being Adolf Eichmann.

9. It is true that some Christians lost their lives helping Jews. But atheistic Communists did the same thing.

10. The Catholic church was willingly blackmailed by Nazi Germany in the Concordat of 1933. In the document signed by the Pope and Hitler, the church agreed not to interfere with the state as long as the state collected a religious tax from all church members. This tax remains in effect today. It is 9 percent of the base income.

11. The great Christian nation of America (as some would have it), legally, through strict immigration laws, turned its back on the Jews.

12. Christians might try reading A Criminal History of Christianity. It will take a while. So far it’s ten volumes. And by the way it’s in German.

13. Reichmarshall Herman Goering proclaimed of Hitler: “Only a Catholic could unite Germany.”

14. Nazi Party Secretary Martin Bormann’s wife remarked “I hope the children realize Charlamagne came to save us from the Jews.”

15. After conquering the low countries and France, Hitler returned to Berlin in the summer of 1940. All the church bells in Germany rang for one hour.

16. Upon hearing that World War I had begun, Hitler later stated, “I fell on my knees and thanked Almighty God.”

17. Before lunch the schoolchildren of Germany were required to recite an invocation which began: “Fuhrer, my Fuhrer, bequeathed to me by the Lord, . . .”

18. During Hitler’s fiftieth birthday celebration, special votive masses were held in every German church “to implore God’s blessing upon Fuhrer and people,” and the Bishop of Mainz called upon Catholics in his diocese to pray specifically for “the Fuhrer and Chancellor, the inspirer, enlarger and protector of the Reich.” The Pope did not fail to send his congratulations.

19. When the final decision was made to exterminate the Jews, Hitler specified they should be killed humanely but without a twinge of conscience. He was, after all, a member in good standing in the Church of Rome and carried within him its teaching that the Jew was the killer of God.

20. “My feeling as a Christian points me to my Lord and Saviour as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded by only a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they are and summoned men to fight against them and who, God’s truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. In boundless love, as a Christian and as a man, I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord rose at last in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was the fight for the world against the Jewish poison.” –Adolf Hitler

21. In his closing speech at Nuremberg in September 1937, Hitler compared the clash between National Socialism and Jewish Bolshevism to the struggle between Christianity and Mohammedanism. During the speech, with his always amazing logic and persuasion, Hitler had “proved” the Jewish world conspiracy and turned the Jews into Arabs.

22. In the aforementioned “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” the heads of the twelve tribes of Israel are said to have met with the Devil in a cemetery in Prague. Aaron is recognized as a specialist for his work in undermining Christianity by spreading freethinking and skepticism. Hitler absolutely insisted the Protocols were not a forgery.

23. Hitler was all his life a borrower. He would take a little something from this person, a little something from that place. Ofttimes this had great effect, as when he read of the reservations for Indians in the Christian nation of America. Hitler applied this idea to Nazi Germany, his own Christian nation. Hitler, as always, used his own touch. The reservations, under Hitler, were called concentration and killing camps.

24. The Pope’s attitude was not at all vague. While taking no definite stand on the German invasion (of the Soviet Union) he made it clear that he backed the Nazi fight against Jewish Bolshevism, describing it as “high-minded gallantry in defense of Christian culture.”

25. “We want to prevent our Germany from suffering, as Another did, the death upon the Cross.”–Adolf Hitler

26. Speaking in Vienna in April, 1938, after Anschluss with Austria, Hitler said: “I believe that it was God’s will to send a youth from here into the Reich, to let him grow up, to raise him to be the leader of the nation so as to enable him to lead back his homeland into the Reich . . . In three days the Lord has smitten them. . . . And to me the grace was given on the day of the betrayal to be able to unite my homeland with the Reich . . . I would now give thanks to Him who let me return to my homeland in order that I might now lead it into my German Reich. Tomorrow, may every German recognize the hour, and measure its import and bow in humility before the Almighty who in a few weeks has wrought a miracle upon us.”

27. “Great Britain . . . which [Hitler told Field Marshall Rundstedt] must be looked on, together with the Catholic Church, as one of the cornerstones of Western civilization.”

28. “I (Hitler) can only be grateful to Providence that it trusted me with the leadership in this historic struggle. . . . A historical revision on a unique scale has been imposed on us by the Creator.”

29. When writing to Prime Minister von Kahr of Bavaria in 1920, Rudolf Hess, the man who was to become Deputy Fuhrer, stated, “I know Herr Hitler very well personally and am quite close to him. He has a rarely honorable, pure character, full of profound kindness, is religious, a good Catholic.”

30. Hitler visited Berlin for six weeks in the summer of 1921. He came away deploring the mockery of family life, the decay of religion.

31. The frequency of religious metaphors and motifs in his rhetoric reflects childhood emotions: recollections of his experience as acolyte in Lambach monastery, when he was stirred to the depths by images of suffering and despair against a background of triumphant belief in salvation.

32. “By defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord,” Hitler declared in Mein Kampf.

33. In his May 1923 speech at the Krone Circus in Munich, Hitler cried out: “The Jews are undoubtedly a race, but not human. They cannot be human in the sense of being an image of God, the Eternal. The Jews are the image of the Devil.”

34. Hitler expounded the identity of Judaism, Christianity, and Bolshevism by reference to Isaiah 19:2-3 and Exodus 12:38. He said that the Jews had been expelled from Egypt because they had tried to produce a revolutionary mood by inciting the rabble with Humanitarian phrases. . . . From this it followed that Moses was the first leader of Bolshevism. . . . Thus, Hitler argued, the Old Testament already provided the pattern of the Jewish assault upon the superior, creative race, a pattern repeated again and again down the ages.

35. At a Christmas party (about 1926) given by a Munich section of the NSDAP he raised morale by comparing the woes of the party with the situation of the early Christians. National Socialism, he went on–sustaining the parallel because he had been carried away by his own bold image and the Christmas mood of the gathering–would translate the ideals of Christ “into deeds.” He, Hitler, would complete “the work which Christ had begun but could not finish.”

36. The National Socialist party was failing. . . . it was evident that Hitler could win power only if Germany herself suffered violent disasters. He prayed for disaster, and his prayers were answered.

37. Institutionally as well psychologically the movement had at last prepared its members to fit into the totalitarian framework. Speaking to chosen party journalists Hitler sketched a picture of hierarchy and organization of the Catholic Church. The party must build its leadership pyramid after the model of the church, “on a broad pedestal of . . . political parish priests who stand in the midst of the people.” The pyramid itself must “rise above the tiers of the Kreisleiter and Gauleiter to the body of Senators and finally to the Leader-Pope.” He did not shy away from the comparison between gauleiters and bishops, and between future senators and cardinals, one of those present reported; and similarly he boldly transferred the concepts of authority, obedience, and faith from the spiritual to the secular realms in a series of bewildering parallels. He concluded by saying without a trace of irony, that he did not “wish to contest the Holy Father in Rome his claim to mental–or is the word spiritual–infallibility on questions of faith, I don’t know much about that. But I think I know a great deal more about politics. Therefore I hope that the Holy Father henceforth will not contest my claim. And herewith I now lay claim, for myself and successors in the leadership of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, to infallibility. I hope the world will bow to that as quickly as it has bowed to the Holy Father’s claim.”

38. A Hamburg schoolmistress wrote in April 1932 that she had witnessed scenes of “moving faith” and Hitler struck her as a religious rather than political leader. His success with the masses was above all a phenomenon of the psychology of religion. He spoke less to people’s political convictions than to their spiritual state.

39. Hitler assigned a high significance to space as well as time. The “artificially created, yet mysterious twilight in Catholic churches” was, he believed, (an) almost perfect example of places treated for their maximum psychological effect. This was, in his words, what all propaganda aimed at: to achieve “an encroachment upon man’s freedom of will.”

40. During his February 1, 1933, radio speech, “Proclamation to German People” Hitler began by saying “the Almighty has withheld his blessing from our people” since the loss of World War I in November 1918. Beginning with the family, he went on to pledge a fostering of “Christianity as the foundation of our national morality, and the family as the basis of racial and political life.” He went on to make a pious appeal (prayer) for God’s blessing on the work.

41. On February 4, 1933 Hitler’s Decree For The Protection Of The German People went into effect. It was immediately used against a congress of leftist intellectuals and artists for purportedly making atheistic statements.

42. Speaking in early 1933 in the Berlin Sportpalast, Hitler prayed the following: [he had the] “rock-hard conviction that sooner or later the hour will come in which the millions who hate us today will stand behind us and together with us will hail what we have jointly created, toilsomely struggled for, bitterly paid for: the new German Reich of greatness and honor and power and glory and justice. Amen!”

43. Often today the word holocaust is used by those against abortion. This of course conjures up images of the slaughter of Jews and others (one group frequently overlooked in the killing are atheists) during World War II. Adolf Hitler, in Mein Kampf, made plain his Catholic feelings on abortion. “I’ll put an end to the idea that a women’s body belongs to her . . . Nazi ideals demand that the practice of abortion shall be exterminated with a strong hand.” Hitler sentenced so-called Aryan women who had abortions to hard labor after the first offense, to death after the second.

44. The seed of hatred sown by Martin Luther would reach its horrible climax in the Third Reich, when German Protestants showed themselves to be particularly receptive to Nazi antiSemitism.

45. Adolf Hitler, as an Austrian-born Catholic educated in Linz, who had arrived in Munich before the First World War, was the heir of an age-old tradition of Christian anti-Semitism which had become transmuted into biological racism, especially in the German-speaking world of Central Europe. The secular political faith of National Socialism which he propagated borrowed its motifs freely from Christian liturgy, from the hierarchical structure of the Catholic church and the demonological view of Judaism as a satanic force which had its roots in the Middle Ages. In his early years as political agitator in Bavaria he frequently played on the deicidal myth and on his own messianic role as a militant Germanic saviour bearing a sword rather than a crown of thorns, who would drive the Jewish capitalists from the Temple of the Lord. “The task which Christ began but did not finish,” he told a Munich audience in 1926 , “I will complete.” In Mein Kampf he had written, two years earlier, “that in defending myself against the Jews I am acting for the Lord.” Without the irrational beliefs inculcated by centuries of Christian dogma–reinforced by xenophobic, nationalist and Germanic racial mythology–Hitler’s anti-Semitism and the echo which it found throughout Europe would have been inconceivable.

Two questions.

Would the Holocaust have happened if Hitler had been a Buddhist?

If you were God would you have let the Holocaust happen?

Writes Kansas Foundation member Richard E. Smith: “I have been studying WWII for well over 20 years. I am currently working in the entertainment industry, in Wichita, Kansas. Last summer marked my 30th year as a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. I at this time am approaching the various community colleges and universities in the area in an attempt to give lectures on Hitler and religion.”

Many of you may feel I am soft on Hitler, I am not, but I do understand why he did what he did, as I also understand why the Jews feel the way they do. It is simply a matter of opening all secrets to the masses, and understand that normal people of love do not do what the Nazi’s did nor what the Jews teach today, for if the numbers were reversed the Jews would do what Hitler did openly, and so it is my judgment that circumstance produces insanity.

In my kingdom forgiveness will be the guiding light and truth will be the number one rule of the nations.

Brian Leonard Marshall-Golightly

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  1. Trackback: Strange how back in 2004 Brian Marshall never Mentions “Forbid Christ” Protocol 14 | Brian Leonard Golightly Marshall is NOT God ~ Holy Conspiracy!

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