Discussion in 'Middle East' started by yasureoktoo, May 28, 2019.
Nationality is not a criteria.
You sourced yourself that he enlisted Bosnian Muslims. It has nothing to do with the Palestinians.
It was still by far the biggest group. Get real.
If you had read my previous post, you would see the SS was the least Christian segment of the German Army. Their commander, Heinrich Himmler was virantly anti-Christian, and tried to
eliminate any Christian influence from the SS.
AIPAC is one massive Israeli colluding organisation. And we all know how well their grip is on the GOP.
Over 78% of the SS in 1938 described themselves as christian and as you said they were the least Christian of the Nazi scum!
When Israel finally eliminates Palestine (and they will) there will be no one left outside Islam that will defend them in any way. They have all but destroyed the goodwill once presented to them by the western world and are now considered a rouge terrorist movement. I personally do not care for Israel but, I have grown to seriously dislike Palestinians and feel they need to go.
As if the Germans who filled the SS ranks were not Christians. lol
Christians made up 94% of nazi Germany + nazi Austria.
Christians are not immune to the influence of Satan
And that corruption existed strongly during thst time in germany and the vatican in rome
What's your source? Did you read my original post with the quotes from the Time-Life book?
Apparently you did not read my post with the quotes from the Time-Life book 'The SS.' Just because a person lives in a supposedly "Christian" country doesn't make them a Christian.
Naturally the SS would, Just like Hitler, have to feign Christianity to get the support of a Christian county.
The typical German citizen was Christian, but at the mercy of the press which was controlled by Hitler.,
I was talking about people considering themselves as Christians.
A census in May 1939, six years into the Nazi era and after the annexation of mostly Catholic Austria and mostly Catholic Czechoslovakia into Germany, indicates that 54% considered themselves Protestant,[not in citation given] 40% Catholic,[not in citation given] 3.5% self-identified as gottgläubig (lit. "believing in God", often described as predominately creationist and deistic),[not in citation given] and 1.5% as "atheist".
If you go into the files of a penitentiary the majority will claim some religion, but almost none actually practice it.
Stepping into a church once in blue moon doesn't mean you are a Christian. The Nazi leadership had nothing but contempt for Christians. Atheist communists like Stalin killed millions of their
own people, so obviously atheism is no insurance against violence and persecution. Millions of people from 'Christian' countries such as the US and Great Britain played a leading role in
defeating the Nazis. There are numerous books on the Nazis and their involvement with the occult - something every Christian church at the time would have condemned.
In fact, atheism was banned within the SS as Himmler believed it to be a form of egotism that placed the individual at the center of the universe, and thus constituted a rejection of the SS principle of valuing the collective over the individual. All SS men were required to list themselves as Protestant, Catholic or gottgläubig ("Believer in God"). Himmler preferred the neo-pagan "expression of spirituality". Still, by 1938 "only 21.9 percent of SS members described themselves as gottgläubig, whereas 54 percent remained Protestant and just under 24 percent Catholic."
Utter fiction. At every Nazi rally there were copies of "The Jews and there lies" by the great christian reformer Martin Luther. The Nazi leadership were good old Christians filled with nearly 2000 years of Christian antisemitism. The people who handed over, transported and murdered the Jews were nearly all Christians. If you want to educate yourself on the really viscous Jew killers check out the Ustase and the Catholic clerics who supported them. The Deutsche Christen had some of the most revered theologians of the 1930s!
The DC were pushing a type of Christianity which ignored much of the Old Testament strangely similar to what some evangelicals are doing today trying to convince people that Christianity is only about the NT.
The idea that Jews and Muslims have fought for centuries is a myth started by Zionists and Christians believed rather than tell the truth about the Holocaust.
I do not debate people who start with insults, good day.
There is nothing to debate.
You started out somewhat interesting, I was wondering how your information came to be,
but then when you made an asinine statement about Muslims and Jews, it tossed your entire text out the window.
The Nazis had the same approach to their Jewish problem as Muhammed did.
first they de-humanized them to the general public.
In Nazi Germany's case it was to the Christian citizens,
Check your history, Palestine was a quiet backwater of the otteman empire for hundreds of years with Jews, Muslims and even Christians living in relative peace. Then the Jews of Europe arrived, bringing atheism, anachy and terrorism with them.
To quote, again, from the Time-Life book 'The SS' "In death as in life, the SS sought to distinguish its members from the uninitiated. For SS men who had renounced church ties - as a majority of those
in the armed units did - an alternative to Christian burial was devised." Dead SS men were under Pagan rune shaped SS markers ratheer than crosses. Himmler, who hated Christianity, did even want
his SS men buried under crosses. He sought to purge all aspects of Christainity from the SS. Hitler may have payed lib service in public to the Christian religion, but he despised it and never practiced
yes, it is.
Jews were the majority of Jerusalem back in the 1880s
Yes they were and 12% of the people in Palestine over all were Jews, they also all got on rather well, whereas in Europe and Russia at the same time the Jews were victims of Pogroms and antisemitism at the hands of Christians. In fact I think you will find that Jews throughout the middle east lived side by side with everyone else in relative harmony.
The quality of that book is very dubious, for instance what it says about Hitler is rubbish,
sorry, but Hitler was NO atheist.
he sincerely believed in a supernatural creator that he called "God".
they worked hand in hand with the Lutherans and Catholics
though Hitler especially admired Islam and felt Muslims would have made better Nazis
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