Question : Why did the Germans turn on the Jews ?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by oktiri, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. I'm not questioning the holocaust, I'm thoroughly convinced the Nazis tried to exterminate the Jews, Thank God they failed and thank God somebody (Mostly Russians with a little bit of western help ) wiped the Nazis off the surface of the planet. The Nazis / Japanese empire might haven been the most despicable, worthy of destruction form of evil ever to materialize on this earth..

    The question is WHY did the Germans turn on the Jews so quickly in the first place ?
  2. JDL


    Because Of Hitler
  3. Hitler was heavily influenced by "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion".

    He believed that Jews had too much control over the banking system in Germany and much of Europe, and that they rarely let outsiders (non-Jews) into the "club".

    Some Jews were successful and held influential positions in Austria and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s. At the same time, the world was suffering in the Great Depression.

    For various reasons, including war reparations for World War I, Germany was being hit the hardest by the depression. Successful Jews were envied and blamed for taking German jobs.

    Jews then became a scapegoat for all of Germany's economic problems.
  4. Look at the Democratic dogma against the wealthy class in the US
  5. That's where the money was.

    The German version of National Socialism was a system of plunder, punitive taxes, capitalist destruction and a generous welfare state where wealth was redistributed to only Aryans as war profiteers. Socialism always leads to genocide eventually.

    Part of the propaganda was that Germany had the world's best social welfare and Jews were thought to be the incarnation of capitalism. They had no other use than to plunder their wealth and property in the same way the military plundered other countries.

    The plundering of wealth and property resulting in death and destruction is the oldest profession.
  6. the old superior underdog theme

    'we're not getting a fair chance in this society. Did you notice how much more prosperous we are than everyone else?'

    i'll bet such comments are made all the time at the palm beach country club, at least until madoff moled his way in and took them to the cleaners

    then it was 'he wasnt supposed to steal, from *US*'
  7. I think we should have a "Yes, we get it - Hitler was bad" day

    and then finally move on
  8. hitler as a former christian was influenced by the great christian reformer martin luther who was very anti jew.
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    and the trader that just call Hitler a Christian is the stupidest/shallowest//biased thing i have heard past 12-24 MONTHS.Demon possessed is more like it.

    Can't really explain Hitler behavior apart from demon possession

    And strangly ,many of those are Dems &'' moderate Republicans'' are wealthy selfish politicians that are against wealthy/job creating private sector.But that is still[to me ] a suprising leap from being jealous to mass murder.

    Hitler's Christianity

    To deny the influence of Christianity on Hitler and its role in World War II, means that you must ignore history and forever bar yourself from understanding the source of German anti-Semitism and how the WWII atrocities occurred.

    By using historical evidence of Hitler's and his henchmen's own words, this section aims to show how mixing religion with politics can cause conflicts, not only against religion but against government and its people. This site, in no way, condones Nazism, Neo-Nazism, fascist governments, or anti-Semitism, but instead, warns against them.

    by Jim Walker

    [The German words, "Gott Mit Uns" means God With Us and appeared on many Nazi soldiers belt buckles during WWII. To see the buckle, click here.]

    Hitler's religious beliefs and fanaticism (quotes from Mein Kampf)
    Hitler wrote: "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.." As a boy, Hitler attended to the Catholic church and experienced the anti-Semitic attitude of his culture. In his book, Mein Kampf, Hitler reveals himself as a fanatical believer in God and country. This text presents selected quotes from the infamous anti-Semite himself.


    The Christianity of Hitler revealed in his speeches and proclamations
    Hitler's own words reveal his feelings for God, Christianity and faith. Taken from speeches made by Hitler from the 1922 to 1939.


    Quotes from Hitler's Henchmen and Nazi Sympathizers
    A sample of quotes from Hitler's most powerful Nazis and sympathizers and how they felt about Christianity, Church and God.


    Hitler compared to God/Jesus/Christians
    Hitler was not only a confessed Christian, but his intolerance and atrocities were consistent with Biblical scripture and he acted as other Christians of the past and present.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Secular schools can never be tolerated because such a school has 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.... We need believing people.
    -- Adolf Hitler, April 26, 1933
    #10     Feb 9, 2009