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August 18th, 2010

westonlockley: (Default)
Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 04:56 pm
Christians are still spreading the atrocious, vicious lie that Adolf Hitler was an Atheist. As a result, they continue lying, he killed Jews and started a world war because he was an Atheist.

As is often the case when christians open their mouth, all kinds of things come out except the truth. Are they really that uninformed or stupid, I wonder, or are they just willful liars?

The truth is that Hitler was very popular in conservative christian circles in Germany because he opposed homosexuality, pornography and was a firm adherent of all "values" christians want others to follow, but so seldom practice themselves.

No wonder that when the Vatican signed a concordat with that other fascist dictator, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, a staunch supporter of christianity himself, applauded this.

The Vatican, Hitler, Mussolini, christianity, nazism, fascism: they seemed to be made for each other.

Were he to live today in the US there is no doubt Adolf Hitler would be a devout christian Republican.

Christians should stop their ridiculous, disgusting, slanderous lies.

The following is an excerpt of a jubilant article Hitler wrote to celebrate this understanding between the Vatican, Nazism and Fascism. Of course, as a christian, Adolf Hitler not only condemns liberal Jews, but also Atheistic Marxism.

"The fact that the Curia is now making its peace with Fascism shows that the Vatican trusts the new political realities far more than did the former liberal democracy with which it could not come to terms. ...The fact that the Catholic Church has come to an agreement with Fascist Italy ...proves beyond doubt that the Fascist world of ideas is closer to Christianity than those of Jewish liberalism or even atheistic Marxism..."

~ Adolf Hitler

in an article in the Völkischer Beobachter, the Nazi Party newspaper, February 29, 1929, on the new Lateran Concordat between Mussolini's fascist government and the Vatican.


Postcard, 1929, Lateran Concordat, King Victor Emmanuel III, Pius XI, Benito Mussolini

Lateran Concordat 1929
commemorative postcard, from left to right: Victor Emmanuel III, Pius XI, Benito Mussolini