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When the allied military war against Germany and other dollar-independent nations ended in 1945, the destruction of their fallen peoples and other Europeans continued by other means. As always it is accompanied by crude propaganda.

This continues unabated today as the allies, marching to Israel's baton-wielding lobby, decimate the European nation peoples through race-mixing, abortion, the promotion of same gender sex, and the systematic destruction of their race pride and their sense of history.

It was against such monstrous genocide that the Austrian born leader of scores of millions within and beyond Germany railed. It was his love not only for his own German people but for European civilisation as a whole that Adolf Hitler opined: "As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice. And as a man I have the duty to see to it that human society does not suffer the same catastrophic collapse as did the civilisation of the ancient world some two thousand years ago - a civilisation which was driven to its ruin through the same Jewish people."

An important plank in the present day one-sided war of propaganda (brain washing) is the depiction of National Socialism as being anti-Christian and it being of a cult nature. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Adolf Hitler was of course scathing of what Christianity had become then and still is today. He observed: "It is a tragedy of the Germanic world that Jesus was judaised, distorted, falsified; and an alien Asiatic spirit was forced upon us. That is a crime we must repair."


But to the true ideals of Christianity, not to be confused with the current travesty of it, Nazi Germany was certainly the most Christian nation in European history. Germany in the 1930s was a Christian nation of which more than 46 million belong to the German Evangelical (Protestant) Church and thirty million to the Roman Catholic Faith.

Adolf Hitler was always acutely aware of his nation's deep rooted spiritual beliefs and in Mein Kampf wrote, "Our task is to harness the God-given energy of this German nation to stand firm for the Truth."

Born on April 20 1889 in Braunau (on the River Inn), an idyllic rural village which straddles the German-Austrian frontier, he was the third son of Alois and Klara Hitler. He was baptised in the local church. In his major work, Mein Kampf, the Holy Bible is quoted no less than five hundred times.

His own profound belief in the Almight's resistance against Jewish power is summed up by his statement: "I would like here to appeal to a greater than I, Count Lerchenfeld. He said in the last session of the Landtag that his feeling 'as a man and a Christian prevented him from being an anti-Semite'.

I say: my feelings as a Christian points me to the Lord and Saviour as a fighter. It points me to a man who once in loneliness, surrounded only be a few followers, recognised these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God's truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter.

In boundless love as a Christian and a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in his might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was his fight for the world against the Jewish poison.

Today, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognise more profoundly than ever before in the fact that it was for this that He had to shed His blood upon the Cross."

Within a year of his election, in January 1934 during his New Year's message to the German people their increasingly popular national leader said: " . . . we have not only brought thousands of priests back into the Church, but to millions of respectable people we have restored their faith in their religion and in their priests."


"The German Government, which regards Christianity as the unshakeable foundation of the ethical life of the German nation, attaches the greatest importance to the maintenance and development of friendly relations with the Holy See."

"The national government regards the two Christian confessions as the most important factors of the maintenance of our ethical personality." / "The Party as such advocates a positive Christianity without binding itself to any particular church." 24th Point, Government's Program. / "The Government will adopt a just and objective attitude towards all other religions."


"Amongst the accusations directed against Germany in the so-called democracies is the charge that the National Socialist State is hostile to religion. In answer to that charge I should like to make before the German people the solemn declaration:

1. "No one in Germany has in the past been persecuted because of his religious views, nor will anyone in the future be so persecuted.

2. "The National Socialist State since 30th January 1933, from public moneys derived from taxation through the organs of the State, has placed at the disposal of both Churches the following sums (1,800,000,000 Reichsmark). Hitler went on to detail the enormous riches pouring into the German Churches making them by far the most prosperous in Europe, and pointed out to that in separating the Church from the State he was only following the lead of France, America and other countries.

3. "The National Socialist State has not closed a church, nor has it prevented the holding of a religious service, nor has it ever exercised any influence upon the form of a religious service . . .


"In this hour I pray that the Almighty will give His blessing in the years to come to our labours, to our judgement and to our strength of resolution, that He may guard us from all false pride as from all cowardly submission, that He will let us find the right path, which He in his Providence has allotted to the German people, and that He gives us always the courage to do right and never to waver or weaken before any force or danger." - 5th Anniversary of the National Socialist Government


"He countered atheistic blasphemy with the idea of an Almighty Being."

Rudolf Hess spoke for his nation when he said: "Was it an accident that Hitler came? I do not think so. I believe that a Providence watches over the nations and that when a task is to be fulfilled in the world, this Providence sends the right man at the right time to fulfil and thus save the nation from downfall."

In respect for those not sharing Christian beliefs he was equally forthright. "No National Socialist shall be allowed to suffer because he does not subscribe to a certain religion or because he ascribes to no religion at all. Belief is a matter for each one to resolve in the light of his own conscience. Compulsion must not be exercised."

He added, "National Socialism would have every German decide for himself on spiritual questions, just as in the days of Frederick the Great. The National Socialist state gives to the church what belongs to the church, and to the state what belongs to the state."

How interesting and observant of him that on the 21 May 1935 Adolf Hitler could say: " . . . we never want to see a lack of religion and faith and do not want our churches turned into clubrooms and cinemas."

Does that not precisely sum up the most casual tour of any locality in England and Europe today? We even see former churches turned into cash and carry wholesalers of which the proprietors are Jewish or Muslim. Other churches have been turned into mosques!


Rudolf Hess: "The Protestant world is still under German leadership. There is no foundation for the fear, voiced abroad, that Germany will forsake the Protestant world. The Protestant may remain Protestant and the Catholic Catholic, and he who is neither and nevertheless owns Christ, may also remain what he is."

Hanns Kerrl. German Minister for German Affairs agreed: "Adolf Hitler gave us back our faith. He showed us the true meaning of religion. He has come to renew for us the faith of our fathers and to make us new and better beings.... just as Jesus Christ made his twelve apostles into a faithful band to the martyr's death whose faith shook the Roman Empire, so now we witness the same spectacle again. Adolf Hitler is the true Holy Ghost."

And The German Faith Movement added, "I believe in the Holy German people inside and outside the German frontiers. I believe in Adolf Hitler, who by the grace of God was sent to give the German people faith in themselves once more."


Of the priesthood at Koblenz on 26th August 1934 Adolf Hitler was unstinting in his support. "I know there are thousands and tens of thousands of priests who are not merely reconciled to the State today but who gladly give to the State their co-operation, and I am convinced that this co-operation will grow ever closer and more intimate. For their interests cannot fail to coincide with ours alike in our fight against the symptoms of degeneracy in the world today, in our fight against a Bolshevist culture, against an atheistic movement, against criminality, and in our struggle for a consciousness of a community in our national life, for the conquest of hatred and disunion between the classes, for the conquest of civil war and unrest, of strife and discord.

These are not anti-Christian, these are Christian principles! And I believe that if we should fail to follow these principles, then we should not be able to point to our successes, for the result of our political battle is surely not unblest by God."


The German Leader however wasn't blind to the infamy of the charlatan priesthood and was aware that some priests subverted their religious calling by diverting their teaching from spiritual need to political and social statements:

"Undoubtedly there have always been unscrupulous rogues who did not hesitate to degrade religion to the base use of politics. Nearly always such people had nothing else in their minds except to make a business of religions and politics. But on the other hand it would be wrong to hold religion itself, or a religious denomination, responsible for a number of rascals who exploit the Church for their own base interests just as they would exploit anything else in which they had a part."

In Mein Kampf he wrote with clarity: " . . . it would be wrong to make religion, or the Church as such, responsible for the misdeeds of individuals. . . but for each of these unworthy specimens we can find a thousand or more who fulfil their mission nobly as the trustworthy guardians of souls and who tower above the level of the corrupt epoch, as little islands above the sea-swamp."


Hitler's endorsement of the teaching of Christ often brought him into conflict with the Church. His main charge against the Church's influential hijackers was summed up by his surmising that they had 'sinned against the likeness of the Lord in ignoring race and the purity of the blood of the nation. Instead of plaguing Hottentots and Kaffirs with missions which they neither desire nor understand, the Churches have a work to do at home to save their own people from a bodily and moral leprosy."


"The Aryan stands firm, One with God in his attitude to the world and its people." - Adolf Hitler

"We wish to fill our culture once more with the spirit of Christianity - but not only in theory." / "And so I believe today that my conduct is in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator. In standing guard against the Jew I am defending the handiwork of the Lord."

"To a political leader the religious teachings and practices of his people should be sacred and inviolable. Otherwise he should not be a statesman but a reformer, if he has the necessary qualifications for such a mission. Any other line of conduct will lead to disaster, especially in Germany."

"It is a tragedy of the Germanic world that Jesus was judaised, distorted, falsified; and an alien Asiatic spirit was forced upon us. That is a crime we must repair." / "In this hour I would ask of the Lord God only this: that, as in the past, so in the years to come He would give His blessing to our work and our action, to our judgement and our resolution, that He will safeguard us from all false pride and from all cowardly servility, that He may grant to us to find the straight path which His Providence has ordained for the German people, and that He may ever give us the courage to do the right, never to falter, never to yield before any violence, before any danger."

His enemies never missed an opportunity in their attempts to undermine his authority, his popularity, and the Fuhrer's undoubted ability to win the hearts of true Christians throughout the Aryan diaspora. His response as always was Christian and spirited. In Stuttgart on the 15th February, shortly after his electoral victory, in a barbed attack against the pro-Marxist Catholic Centre Party (Centrum) he said:

"And now Staatsprasident Bolz says that Christianity and the Catholic faith are threatened by us. And to that charge I can answer: In the first place it is Christians and not international atheists who now stand at the head of Germany. I do not merely talk of Christianity, no, I also profess that I will never ally myself with the parties which destroy Christianity.

If many wish today to take threatened Christianity under their protection, Where, I would ask, was Christianity for them in these fourteen years when they went arm in arm with atheism . . . sat with those who denied God in one and the same Government?" - Stuttgart, 15th February 1933


"When folk have set before them a true purpose and then pursue it unmoved with bravery and courage, when they withstand with a strong heart every trial which Heaven sends upon them, then one day at the last Almighty Providence will yet grant them the fruits of their struggle and of their sacrifices. For God has never abandoned any man upon this earth unless he has first abandoned himself."

In a lesson that might be applied to Northern Ireland's misguided 'Christians' the Fuhrer had a simple message: Convinced that the common struggle being waged against the common destroyer of Aryan humanity he called for Catholic and Protestant mutual respect and mutual esteem. "In the ranks of our Movement the most loyal Catholic must be able to sit side by side with the most loyal Protestant without either of them having to suffer the smallest conflict of conscience with his religious convictions."

Of inter-faith rivalry the Fuhrer deplored the confessions for their looking on unconcerned at the desecration and destruction of a noble and unique creature (Aryan man) which by God's grace had been given to earth. He added "For the future of the earth it is of no significance whether the Protestants conquer the Catholics or the Catholics the Protestants: the only significance consists in the question whether Aryan man is preserved or whether he dies out. And yet both Churches today do not fight against the destroyer of Aryan man but mutually seek to annihilate each other."


"If Providence had not guided us I would often never have found these dizzy paths. Thus it is that we National Socialists have in the depths of our hearts our faith. No man can fashion world history or the history of peoples unless upon his purpose and his powers there rests the blessing of this Providence."

"I believe that this was God's Will - to send a boy into the Reich, to let him become its Leader, in order to bring his home country into the Reich. Otherwise one must doubt Providence." / "Help thyself, then thou wilt also have the help of the Almighty."


During the Winter Help Campaign during October 1937, the German Leader was demonstrative in his tireless campaigning for the have-nots: "This Winter Help Work is also in the deepest sense a Christian work. When I see, as I so often do, poorly clad girls collecting with such infinite patience in order to care for those who are suffering from the cold while they themselves are shivering with cold, then I have the feeling that they are all Apostles of a Christianity - and in truth of a Christianity which can say with greater right than any other: This is the Christianity of an honest confession (church), for behind it stands not words but deeds."


Only on the matter of cultish beliefs was the Fuher less than complimentary: At Nuremberg on 6th September 1938 he made his views absolutely clear:

"National Socialism is a cool-headed doctrine of realities; it mirrors clearly scientific knowledge and its expression in thought. Since we have won the heart of our people for this doctrine we do not wish to fill their minds with a mysticism which lies outside of that doctrine's goal and purpose.

National Socialism is not a cult-movement - a movement for worship; it is exclusively a 'volkic' political doctrine based upon racial principles. In its purpose there is no mystic cult, only the care and leadership of a people defined by a common blood-relationship. Therefore we have no rooms for worship but only halls for the people - no open spaces for worship but spaces for assemblies and parades. We have no religious retreats, but arenas for sports and playing-fields, and the characteristic feature of our places of assembly is not the mystical gloom of a cathedral but the brightness and light of a room or hall which combines beauty with fitness for its purpose.

In these halls no acts of worship are celebrated, they are exclusively devoted to gatherings of the people of the kind which we have come to know in the course of our long struggle.

In a clear and unambiguous warning to cultists who then as now tried to hijack the National Socialist movement the Fuhrer was pointed in his response: "

We will not allow mystically-minded occult folk with a passion for exploring the secrets of the world beyond to steal into our Movement. Such folk are not National Socialists but something else - in any case something which has nothing to do with us. . . . Our worship is exclusively the cultivation of the natural, and for that reason, because natural, therefore God-willed. Our humility is the unconditional submission before the divine laws of existence so far as they are know to us men: it is to these we pay our respect."


Adolf Hitler always declared, "First I believe in Almighty God." and, "And, I solemnly declare that Almighty God has chosen me for this task." - James Larratt Battersby. German World Church in Europe.

DAVID LLOYD GEORGE "Catholic and Protestant, Prussian and Bavarian, employer and workman, rich and poor, have been consolidated into one people. Religious, provincial and class origins no longer divide the nation. There is a passion for unity born of dire necessity.

"The tolerance shown towards the agnostic and anti-Christian confessions is also extended to Jewish religious activities in Germany. I have already attempted to make it quite clear that the special treatment meted out to Jews in Germany is inspired solely by racial and not be religious motives. The Jews enjoy full liberty in the exercise of the ritual."

- Cesare Santoro. Hitler Germany Seen by a Foreigner

"At last the German Christians feel that the Almighty has done something. If only the immense spiritual forces in the new Germany can be harnessed in the service of Christianity the new mission of which the Germans are profoundly conscious will be a Christian one." / "This is what I learned from my Jewish friends, who are staying in Germany and have no intention of leaving the country, nor have they ever been asked to leave the country. Those who wish to leave and return may do so at their own pleasure. The law relating to the freedom of Jews are substantially the same as those of other people." - H. Powys-Greenwood. Hitler's First Year

"As far as I am aware there is not a single incident in which the so-called anti-Christian Nazis murdered a single priest." - Dr. Austin J. App. Historian. University of Philadelphia. Historian.

JEWISH OPINION OF RELIGION IN THE THIRD REICH: ".... in that the Third Reich treated Christianised Jews preferentially. The National Socialist Third Reich carefully distinguished between Talmudic and Christianised Jews." - Philip Freedman, 'Their Brothers Keepers' N.Y 1957.

AMERICAN DOUBLE STANDARDS "The United States took exception to a German law on March 30th 1938, which removed the Jewish church from the established German church roll which deprived it of state funds. In fact, this brought German law into line with English Law."

- Daniel L. Hoggan. Historical Revisionist.



JOSEPH GOEBBELS: "Do not let yourself be confused by the uproar that will now reign throughout the world. The lies will one day break down under their own weight and the truth will again triumph. The hour will come when we shall stand pure and undefiled as our aims and beliefs have always been." Joseph Goebbels last letter to his stepson.

MAGDA GOEBBELS: "Therefore, I have also brought the children here with me. They are too precious for the life that will come after us; a merciful God will understand me when I myself help them to a merciful deliverance." Madga Goebbels final letter to her son.

RUDOLF HESS: "Whatever the verdict of this court I shall be held innocent before the Judgement Seat of Christ."

ALFRED ROSENBERG: "Crimes against Christianity? Did you ever pay any attention to the Russian crimes against Christianity? The Russians have the nerve to sit in judgement, with thirty million lives on their conscience? Why! They are the world's experts. They killed priests by the thousands during their revolution.

FIELD MARSHAL KEITEL: "I call on the Almighty. May He have mercy on the German people and show them tenderness."

"National Socialism is essentially a religious movement and faith. The Germanic or Aryan world of ideas, both political and religious will go out as a sacred Gospel to heal mankind."

- Adolf Hitler, Last Will and Testament




If I should walk and stumble on the road of strife and thorn;

And question as I rise again the reason for life's dawn.

Creation guide my every thought and everything I do,

Help me, Lord, to beautify what you have brought me to.

And when my feet will wander from the path I know of old,

Where martyrs never wavered nor seduced the brave and bold;

And if my mind should roam and seek beyond temptation's veil;

Oh, Lord, show me your beacon; keep me safe within your pale.

Please guide me, always teach me; lead me from a wrong to right;

And let your star e'r guide me and its beam be always bright.

Oh keep me, Lord, from straying and protect me from the curse;

Of cowardice and compromise, of sin and things perverse.

And if my pen should strike the page in anger or in strife;

To wield it as another would the sword or flashing knife.

Teach that I should walk with men to guide them on their way;

Impart the wisdom of my years and for their souls to pray.

And if I face corruption and I'm driven by the lure;

To make myself grow richer by a chance to cheat the poor;

And if temptation beckons but a victim be its price;

Remind me that all happiness will be the sacrifice.


I have four friends who walk with me, companions of life's road

We laugh and talk; they comfort me when I am weak and cold.

Peace of mind, protection where e'r my feet have trod;

My Guardian Angel, Conscience too, my Family Tree - and God.

I can't recall precisely when we ventured on life's road;

But felt their presence with me as I struggled with my load.

And I recall their whispers, their encouragement to go.

Be brave they said, the world awaits; there's much for you to know.

I walked and met my mother and she brought me then to know,

My Family Tree to which I'll be another branch to grow.

Another limb to give it strength, to give it seed and life;

To make it strong and guard from wrong, secure against all strife.

So when I bend before the gale or 'neath my weight in snow;

I tell myself of branches old that once shared burdens so.

They kept their strength when troubles rent and always bore the strain;

Yet none that passed before me have collapsed to break the chain.

And then my friend, my Conscience who will tell me right from wrong;

He has a sense of humor yet patience fine and strong.

I make this friend my master, my mentor and my guide,

He smiles and knows the things I do: the little voice inside.

So if I'm ever tempted into sin or into debt;

Or if I ever contemplate an action I'll regret.

He pulls me up quite sharply and reminds me of the price,

That will be paid if I should fall to vanity or vice.

The third friend in our party is a tower of strength indeed;

I count my Guardian Angel who is there when there's a need.

When danger calls she takes my hand to lead a safer way,

And guides me through the pitfalls of the journey's night and day.

This brings me to my Father, who will make our party thrive,

He helps us reach our goals in life, the things for which we strive.

And watches over all of us and conquers every fear,

Brings me joy when I am sad and wipes away the tear.

My God is whom I answer to - he leads us on through strife;

His presence and his love to lead us to a better life.

And when this earthly pause is o'er, He calls me to report,

To be the judge and witness to each action, every thought.

He'll gently coax and seek the truth to clean away all sin,

And lead me to a better life and greater goals to win.

We each will share the cross I bear, take pride to conquer woe;

Recalling love and victory, the trials where e'r we go.

Supported, given comfort, wherever we have trod;

My Guardian Angel, Conscience too, my Family Tree - and God.


I searched for God where I thought I would find,

His spirit of love as a ghost;

A presence beyond the borders of man,

Yet a friend who was closer than most.

For Christmas was coming, the old would be new,

When darkness gives way to the dawn;

The moment when friendship is common to all,

When hope for the future is born.

Perhaps in the heavens, I sought Him in vain,

In a church, or a garden of rest.

I searched through the embers of sunset and then,

I came to the end of my quest.

When I met an old lady, a stranger no doubt,

But the smile that she gave me was free;

And I realised that friendship and love that is shared,

Is the presence of God that we see.

Whenever a hand on my shoulder will rest,

Or my burden be taken and shared;

I know that the presence of God is at hand,

For He's brought me to someone who cared.

A keepsake of friendship, a token of trust,

A kindness or hand given free;

Receiver or giver, what passes between,

Is the presence of God that we see.

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