Saturday, May 2, 2009

We're the Nazis atheists?

Atheists were to blame for Nazism according to the Catholic bishop of Augsburg, Walter Mixa. Mixa warned of the dangers of rising atheism in Germany on Sunday, saying that the Nazi regime was an atheist one. In reality, it is simple to prove Mixa’s statement is a dangerous and diabolical lie.

“In the last century, the godless regimes of Nazism and communism, with their penal camps, their secret police and their mass murder, proved in a terrible way the inhumanity of atheism in practice,” he said. Mixa also claimed that Christians went through a “special persecution” under these regimes.

If history was taught correctly, every child would know that Hitler and the Nazis were not “godless,” and their reign of terror was certainly not “atheism in practice.”

A simple study of history shows that Hitler was a deeply religious man.

“We are not a movement, rather we are a religion,” said Hitler. “I’m going to become a religious figure” (Robert G.L. Waite, The Psychopathic God: Adolf Hitler).

When exterminating Jews, Hitler saw himself as doing the work of God. “Christ was the greatest early fighter in the battle against the world enemy, the Jews …. The work that Christ started but could not finish, I—Adolf Hitler—will conclude,” he said in 1926 (John Toland, Adolf Hitler)....[Story continued here]

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