Hitler Hated Christianity

I realized today that some people STILL think Christianity dominated Hitler’s Germany, and Hitler was Catholic.

In Hitler’s Germany, Teutonic Paganism was the dominant religion. The Brownshirts, they of Crystallnacht, were a homosexual storm troop army, that had their own occult ceremonies. The SS held occult rites to initiate new recruits, for promotions, and for pagan celebrations.

Hitler called Christianity the “bastard stepchild” of Judaism and swore he would wipe it out completely. Wagner was all about the old Teutonic gods, and he loved Nietzsche, and there was eastern-type occultism threaded into Nazi thought.

One of the first thing he did was to banish Christian teachers from public schools, then close down Christian schools. Does this sound familiar? “It can’t happen here” is a worn refrain that echoes very hollow against history.

Things like that are what make me say we were robbed of some of the most important parts of our education. Everybody thinks Hitler was Catholic, Germany was so Christian, blah blah blah. It’s a historical lie. Even the History Channel admitted it with a program about the pagan rituals the Germans did.

Despite the fleeting memory of many Jews and the drumbeat of ingrates like

As to the baby ponds in China, and the end of cannibalism and infanticide, the main In Hitler’s Germany, Teutonic Paganism was the dominant religion. The Brownshirts, they of Crystallnacht, were a homosexual storm troop army, that had their own occult ceremonies. The SS held occult rites to initiate new recruits, for promotions, and for pagan celebrations. Hitler called Christianity the “bastard stepchild” of Judaism and swore he would wipe it out completely.

One of the first thing he did was to banish Christian teachers from public schools, then close down Christian schools.

See that’s what I mean our education was sorely lacking. Everybody thinks Hitler was Catholic, Germany was so Christian, blah blah blah. It’s a historical lie. Even the History Channel admitted it with a program about the pagan rituals the Germans did.

As to baby ponds in China, and the end of cannibalism and infanticide, the main point was to show the influence of Jesus Christ in the world, that the TRUE followers of Jesus have led the world to a more decent place, and have made it difficult for the hypocrites and abusers among Christians.

“The love of Christ constraineth me”.
John 10:15 As the Father knoweth me, even so know I the Father: and I lay down my life for the sheep.
Matthew 7:20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.
21 ¶Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

And you forgot I guess what I said about school prayer back then. In today’s American generation, I would not trust self-professed Christians to teach my kids or do prayers. (By the way you have public schools in California that have the kids going through Muslim practices, taking them to mosques, etc.)

That’s the main reason to leave the education of the kids to their parents. That way, also, you avoid them turning into today’s version of Hitler Youth or worse, and you avoid them turning into good little conformist cookie-cutter citizens.

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9 Responses to “Hitler Hated Christianity”

  1. Crystal Says:

    I didn’t realize we could have the conversation here – which is probably a better place than FB for it. But, it’s getting late even here so I won’t go into things tonight. It seemed to me the predominant religion in Europe and in Germany was Christianity. I read that it was declining when Hitler came to power and that Hitler didn’t like it (even though he didn’t change his official membership in the church).

    What I wanted to get across is that it seemed you were implying that the Buddhists were somehow responsible for baby ponds.

    When I discuss what I like about their philosophy, I am not trying to run a contest between religions. I’m simply explaining my own personal views. I’m certainly not telling you that you are wrong to believe in the God that you do.

  2. trutherator Says:

    Some Buddhist doctrines are true, and some of them, taken individually and independently of other things, are even physically beneficial, especially where they line up with Biblical teachings.

    In fact most of the world’s religions –including the false versions of “Christianity”– began with truth, there is no doubt in my mind. Buddha surely started out with some light from God. Moses took what was good frmo the Egyptians, BUT as guided by God and the godly records that God used him to compile into the books of Moses:

    Acts 7:22  And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and in deeds.

    But then Buddha strayed and lost himself in his own thinking, just like many “Christian thinkers” throughout the ages, same as with other religious figures.

    Isaiah 8:20  To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.
    Jeremiah 14:14  Then the LORD said unto me, The prophets prophesy lies in my name: I sent them not, neither have I commanded them, neither spake unto them: they prophesy unto you a false vision and divination, and a thing of nought, and the deceit of their heart.

    Those who haven’t heard the full truth of the Gospel are not judged by things they could not have known, but by the natural law that God puts into the hearts of every man and woman on the Earth:

    Romans 2:13  (For not the hearers of the law are just before God, but the doers of the law shall be justified.
    14  For when the Gentiles, which have not the law, do by nature the things contained in the law, these, having not the law, are a law unto themselves:
    15  Which shew the work of the law written in their hearts, their conscience also bearing witness, and their thoughts the mean while accusing or else excusing one another;)

    But the main point about baby ponds in China, cannibalism in Africa and the Pacific isles, infant sacrifice by the Canaanites in the Ancient Near and Middle East, and the human sacrifices of the Irish Druids, and slavery in the Old South, was that it took people driven by the love of Christ to make those things a worldwide taboo today, and to shame the world into ending them.

    By the way, of course, some people that called themselves “Christians” were just as guilty. “This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me” Matt 15:8.

    Like the monk that began the end of gladiator bouts by walking into the fray crying “In the name of Jesus Christ, STOP THIS!” and kept repeating it until the crowd called for his blood and they slew him. That’s when the crowd god deadly silent it is reported, and quietly left, and that day gladiators lost their appeal.

    Anyway, you were the one that wanted to lay Hitler at the feet of a Christian Germany, so the baby ponds were fair game as an answer.

    But the love of Christ has changed the world because of the power of the love of Christ and the truth of his resurrection which demonstrates the effectiveness of salvation in the name of Jesus Christ.

  3. Crystal Says:

    At the risk of sounding like little kids – you started it, Alan – with the baby ponds/Buddhist comment. I responded with comparing the German popular religion and Hitler. Still, I think we can agree that we do not blame the Buddhists for baby ponds – despite how your comment might have implied that. Right?

  4. trutherator Says:

    The baby ponds was the reaction to multiple negative references to Christianity, followed by the references to Buddhism.

    Blaming the bad stuff of Christians on Biblical Christianity, or one’s loss of faith, is like saying a guy with a legitimate credit card is responsible for all the charges an identity thief charges to him, and laying the charges to him even when the truth is clarified.

    Please concentrate on what I clarified was why I answered that way. The world was full of evils like baby ponds, torture, tribal killings, infanticide, human sacrifice, genocide, circumcision of females, slavery, burnings at the stake for geo-political religions, cannibalism, before they became taboo with the influence of the Christian heritage of what we call “civilization”.

    Even Charles Darwin in a letter to the editor reprimanded the attitude that Christian missionaries were bad for the world, because in his day world travellers still had such real dangers as cannibals.

    The most Buddhist nation in the world was brutal against other religions before they were subjugated themselves by one of the most atheist. In fact missionaries have had to flee even Nepal.

    Not all Buddhists are bad, if that’s your point. You don’t want me to blame Buddhism for practices among many Buddhist populations historically, but it was only to show you a mirror to your comments, something about losing your faith because of people in churches.

    Faith in people is not faith in God. Or, to put it another way, if your faith in God, depends on people being good to you, or good in general, it’s not faith in God.

  5. trutherator Says:

    Maybe this will help understand what I’m trying to share:

    https://truebook.wordpress.com/2011/01/16/biblical-morality-was-always-new-testament-morality-christians-see-morality-more-rationally/

  6. Crystal Says:

    My comment was to say that the ‘church’ had done more to attack (destroy) my faith than the public schools had – and I said that in response to your statement that public schools were attacking the faith of students.

    I understand your point, I think. But I don’t think you understand mine. Well, actually I have several on the general topic of public education and what appears to be your (and others’) desire to eliminate it.

    I suppose what I am saying is that faith can be destroyed EVEN within a church hearing and seeing things that DON’T make sense or seem right.

    You have agreed that even Christ warned of these things – probably more so than anything equivalent to our public schools teaching evolution.

    Other analogies:

    When so many politicians seem corrupt and do not represent ANY of us (whether liberal or conservative if we’re outside the power circles), and it’s so very difficult (seems impossible) to do anything about it — I can begin to lose faith in our system of government. I don’t know of any better… but SOMETHING has gone terribly wrong.

    If people stopped obeying traffic signals, it would be pretty hard to have faith that a green light means it’s safe to cross the intersection…. So, yes – I get your point that faith (or loss of) in people is not the same as faith in God.

    But – to a young kid who is being told their Catholic friend is going to hell when they die because they live and believe according to a different dogma — and you know what I’m saying is true — that young kid (me) is going to question what they’ve been taught. That did not sound like what I thought God was like. I was so confused I asked (our cousin) Loretta about it and she looked very uncomfortable and simply told me not to worry about it.

    That caused me to question and doubt more than any science class on evolution. So that’s what was behind my comment.

    When I started attending a different church, it seemed better… but over the years I continued to question. It was an Air Force Chaplain who (in counseling over marriage) said, “No one can make you believe in God.”

    Quoting the Bible to prove there is a God does not work. One would have to believe the Bible IS the word of God and that begs the question, after all.

  7. Crystal Says:

    Loretta was my Sunday school teacher at the time. I don’t think she thought my friend was going to hell either. 🙂

  8. trutherator Says:

    SCHOOLS

    There is no such thing as religion-neutral education. Darwinian evolution is taught as fact for example, and a judge has now ruled that the Bible is wrong in the first chapter. That judge is wrong, and they have to tell lies to the kids about evolution to make it credible. Not till I was past 40 years old did I realize how very much the fossils actually testify against Darwin’s “fairy tale for adults”, as one evolutionist put it.

    Besides, cookie-cutter statist conformist indoctrination in the politicized views from those who have power just tends to try to produce good little robo-serfs.

    Give the choice to the parents anyway. Why not? What can anybody have against parents? Give the next Ben Carson or a Michael Oher a chance!

  9. trutherator Says:

    CATHOLICS AND HELL AND MY FRIENDS

    Here’s the Biblical view.

    Many Catholics are going to heaven, and many are also going to hell, just like in any Christian denominations. Some doctrines –and churches– encourage salvation, some discourage it.

    Those who don’t hear the gospel, Paul said they have a law written in their hearts by which God judges them. Nobody’s perfect, but God also said “Psalms 51:17  The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.”

    But those that hear the gospel, they have to choose whether they want the truth or not. In their hearts they will know. If they choose to accept the truth, recognize they are sinners –who isn’t?– and accept the complete and full pardon for those sins, and that Jesus took them, and that he rose from the dead, they can be free from guilt, free from death, free from hell, a free pass to heaven.

    God loves for people to actually test his word against verifiable facts. Claims that it’s completely by faith and facts don’t matter is denied by scripture.

    For open minds, the Resurrection is the most provable fact of ancient history. History is full of fulfilled prophecy, including these present times. I’ll be sharing some over at http://www.truebook.wordpress.com, another of my blogs.

    Read the scriptures on it, check it out:

    John 3:16, John 3:36, Romans 3:23, 6:23, Romans 9:9-10, Romans 11:6, Revelation 3:20.

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