Re: virus: Hitler

chardin (
Mon, 20 Oct 1997 10:12:55 CST+6CDT

> Date: Sun, 19 Oct 1997 19:25:55 -0400
> From: Eric Boyd <>
> Organization: Church Significationis
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> Subject: virus: Hitler
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> Hi all;
> "chardin" <> wrote:
> > I read a book like that by a progressive Eruopean Jew. The
> > copyright was 1917. He said the world was getting better and
> > better. Jews did not have to worry so much because he was living
> > in an enlightened age. He, too, said that we were getting better
> > and better. All I could think was, how sad. Hitler is just
> > around the corner. Hitler wanted to stamp out all faith too. You
> > know that was one of his big agendas. You're in pretty good
> > company, this church at virus. Hitler thought Christ his worst
> > enemy. He didn't mind a state church, as long as they didn't
> > preach any of that nonsense about the blood of Christ. It
> > infuriated Hitler...I wonder why? Why did he pull several
> > Chirstian preachers right from their pulpits and take them to
> > certain death?
> >
> This certainly doesn't fit with what I know of Hitler.
> 6
> Hitler wrote a book called "Mein Kampf", which translates as "My
> Battle" or "My Struggle"
> I have a few quotations from it.
> Only in the steady and constant application of force lies the very
> first prerequisite for success. This persistence, however, can
> always and only arise from a definite spiritual conviction. Any
> violence which does not spring from a firm, spiritual base, will be
> wavering and uncertain. -- Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)(My Struggle)
> "Hence today 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." -- Adolph Hitler (Mein Kampf)
> (My Struggle)
> The greatness of every mighty organization embodying an idea in this
> world lies in the religious fanaticism and intolerance with which,
> fanatically convinced of its own right, it intolerantly imposes its
> will against all others. -- Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)(My Struggle)
> The great masses of people do not consist of philosophers; precisely
> for the masses, faith is often the sole foundation of a moral
> attitude. The various substitutes have not proved so successful from
> the standpoint of results that they could be regarded as a useful
> replacement for previous religious creeds. But if religious doctrine
> and faith are really to embrace the broad masses, the unconditional
> authority of the content of this faith is the foundation of all
> efficacy. -- Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)(My Struggle)
> Now certainly one can argue that Hitler *used* Christainity to
> manipulate the crowds, or that he "wasn't a *real* Christian", but
> you have to wonder then just what a "real Christian" is.
> After all, Jesus can not to bring peace, but a sword. (ref?)
> (see also Luke 12:49)
> ERiC
Eric, I think Satan himself could have made those quotations without
any problem. I have read, however, about Bonhoffer and men such as
him who were hanged for their convictions in Christ. Have you ever
read "God is my Furher?" by Numuller (sp?) Read his sermons as he
was preaching them even as Hitler was at his height. He was dragged
from the pulpit off to a prison camp never to be
heard from again. Also, Hitler was, it is my understanding very much
a necromancer and consorted with demons constantly. One may be
"spiritual" but as Christ says--test the spirits, they are not all of
God. Why do you think that Hitler hated the Jew so much? You can
say they were rich, they were strange, etc. etc., but the Bible tells
us that Satan hates the Jew and will persecute him every chance he
gets. Hitler, I believe, was a foreshadowing of the Anti-Christ to
come. If you think Hitler hated the Jew, wait to you see him in
action--and some of you may very well see it.