Saturday, June 19, 2010

Hitler And Christianity II

During the first years of the regime, and just prior to it,
Hermann Rauschning recorded Hitler's conversations
with his inner circle. According to Rauschning, a conservative
in the ranks of the Nazi party who became the president

of Danzig, Hitler said of Christianity: ---

"Leave the hair-splitting to others. Whether it's the
Old Testament or the New, or simply the sayings

of Jesus, it's all the same old Jewish swindle.

It will not make us free.

A German church, a German Christianity
is a distortion.
One is either a German or a Christian.

You cannot be both......
The very doctrines of National Socialism and

Christianity are antithetical.

Christianity was held to be the forerunner
of Bolshevism, and both were revolts
against Nature herself, with the Jews

to be behind each.

Bormann records Hitler as stating :

"Christianity is a religion against natural law,
a protest against nature. taken to its logical
extreme, Christianity would mean the

systematic cultivation of the human failure.