Hitler and religon

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Maverick74, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Maverick74


    You know, you often here how Hitler was a christian or a catholic in particular. But recently some photos surfaced that really helped show what Hitler thought of religion.


    "Hitler believed religion had no place in his 1,000-year Reich, so he replaced the Christian figure of Saint Nicholas with the Norse god Odin and urged Germans to celebrate the season as a holiday of the 'winter solstice', rather than Christmas. "

    "Out of sight at the top of the tree behind Hitler was a swastika instead of an angel, and many of the baubles carried runic symbols and iron cross motifs. The remarkable pictures were captured by Hugo Jaeger, one of the Fuhrer's personal photographers. "



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  3. Maverick74


    I love the Hitler parodies. For some reason I can watch 50 different versions and still fall out of my chair laughing as if I'm watching it for the first time.
  4. I am not a Hitler expert, but I do know there are books out there like, "The Occult Roots of Nazism."

    I read "Mein Kempf" (sic) in order to blast liberals and show that Hitler was a liberal, but after reading it, I ended up seeing that Hitler was neither conservative nor liberal. He had a bit of philosophy from both sides...he was just plain NUTS!!!! He was a "utilitarian" in the sense that he would borrow from either side to attack his opponents. He did not care if his argument was logical or not. He only cared about getting to his desired results.

    What you will see as a result of the Obama and Bush presidencies is a new "great" leader...who will push upon the American public something like Hitler's philosophies - powerfully against "communism" - but retaining the state control of everything. The "future" leader will promise freedom, but bring only tyranny. The American public will "vote" for the future creep, because the media and the "elite" will present the "future" leader as the way out of our present economic malaise. Hegel's reasoning of "synthesis" will be used. The "elite" caused the problem. The elite will "propose" a solution. The end result will be what the "elite" want for our governmental systems.

  5. Maverick74


    I agree. He is very hard to stereotype as a liberal or conservative. But he was a socialist, a godless one at that. He supported the nanny state. He wanted every German to work for the state. He blasted banks and corporations as evil. He wanted gun control, free education, free health care and supported the workers unions. Hard to see Hitler ever throwing his support behind a conservative. LOL. He was also a vegetarian. I'm just sayin...:)
  6. He was a national socialist. It's a distinct form of statecraft which doesn't adhere to our moder day faux left-right paradigm, which is a crock of shit anyways. The actual political spectrum is far more multidimensional than the retard left-right spectrum that most people adhere to now. But yes, he had many policies which would be considered "progressive left" by today's standards. (i.e. have so many children, get a free house)

  7. I think Hitler has been born again in this world. There are many people in this world who can start world war 3.
  8. The only difference between Hitler and priests who rape little boys, loot the till, etc. is the magnitude of their seflishness and how many people it affects.

    Religion is all about power and control. Get the sheep to buy the scam and perpetuate your fraud until the cows come home.
  9. Just so that we're clear, Nazi Fascism is a form of right-wing totalitarianism.
  10. Maverick74


    Just so we are clear here, fascism exists on both the right and the left. And NAZI stands for National Socialist German Workers Party.
    #10     Dec 27, 2010