31 Read Mein Kampf 📖 posted 105 days ago by Covidkid 105 days ago by Covidkid +33 / -2 22 comments share 22 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Hitler was a lot of things, but he definitely wasn't stupid, nor was he non-observant.
I am not sure he was convinced that you shouldn't lie.
He wasn't Christian.
He hated Christianity and thought it was wimpy and made men weaklings. He wished so bad that Europe had become Islamic. Muslim.
He said so. He lamented that Charles Martel had stopped the Islamic advance at Poitiers, France. That kept a Christian future for Europe, that exact battle.
"Views on religion
Main article: Religious views of Adolf Hitler
Hitler was born to a practising Catholic mother and an anticlerical father; after leaving home, Hitler never again attended Mass or received the sacraments. Speer states that Hitler railed against the church to his political associates, and though he never officially left the church, he had no attachment to it. He adds that Hitler felt that in the absence of organised religion, people would turn to mysticism, which he considered regressive. According to Speer, Hitler believed that Japanese religious beliefs or Islam would have been a more suitable religion for Germans than Christianity, with its "meekness and flabbiness". Historian John S. Conway states that Hitler was fundamentally opposed to the Christian churches. According to Bullock, Hitler did not believe in God, was anticlerical, and held Christian ethics in contempt because they contravened his preferred view of "survival of the fittest". He favoured aspects of Protestantism that suited his own views, and adopted some elements of the Catholic Church's hierarchical organisation, liturgy, and phraseology. In a 1932 speech, Hitler stated that he was not a Catholic, and declared himself a German Christian. In a conversation with Albert Speer, Hitler said, "Through me the Evangelical Church could become the established church, as in England." Hitler shaking hands with Bishop Ludwig Müller in Germany in the 1930s
Hitler viewed the church as an important politically conservative influence on society, and he adopted a strategic relationship with it that "suited his immediate political purposes". In public, Hitler often praised Christian heritage and German Christian culture, though professing a belief in an "Aryan Jesus" who fought against the Jews. Any pro-Christian public rhetoric contradicted his private statements, which described Christianity as "absurdity" and nonsense founded on lies.
According to a US Office of Strategic Services (OSS) report, "The Nazi Master Plan", Hitler planned to destroy the influence of Christian churches within the Reich. His eventual goal was the total elimination of Christianity. This goal informed Hitler's movement early on, but he saw it as inexpedient to publicly express this extreme position. According to Bullock, Hitler wanted to wait until after the war before executing this plan. "
Islam may have been one of the influences upon his views towards Jews.
The q'uran is replete with racist shit against Jews, and Christians, and nonbelievers.
The Church will always outlive its opponents and the Nazis were no exception.
Lol fuck off muzzie you base all that Islamic bs on a meeting he had and are talking things waay out of context. He mentioned that if Islam had swept through Europe - it would be German Muslims that would still rule over everyone else. It wasn't a pro Muslim thing just his belief that they would rule in any context. Ffs if hindu hordes took over the world he would have just shrugged and said "well, no biggie I'd just be called Arjuna Hilter and still run shit"
Oh yes, that wikipedia page and another one do say he thought the Germans would dominate the Arabs, being larger men, if Islam had conquered Europe.
But he did hate Christianity and thought it made men wimpy.
He liked Islam because of its domination. And it has indeed dominated everywhere it has gone.
This is more detail:
Hitler's backside was wiped by a bald guy from Kansas. Eisenhower.
His main gripe was "turn the other cheek". I think that parable is used to great affect against the Christians. It was just that, a parable.
His father hated Christianity. His mother loved it. His father was tyrannical.
His father hated that he wanted to be an artist, and that he became one for a while. His father wanted a strong, military, son and thought art was wimpy.
Christianity has spread over all of the world except Asia and India, and twelve Christians have walked on the moon, and no other kind of people have. So there can't be anything weakening about Christianity.
Whatever they are turning, it has worked.
But now they are being ground down by this other stuff. And don't call it Judaism. It's in the Old Testament not the New Testament that you can't be gay. Male gay. The rabbis ruled against female gay also, later. So both are out, in traditional or Orthodox Judaism.
A lot of things are going on now, but none of them are pro-Christian, so I advise you not to join Hitler in his disdain of Christianity for whatever humility or generosity it counsels, but instead to defend it hard.
And I don't even practice it, and I'm saying that.
He also talks about murdering a bunch of people in the name of Jesus. And not just Jews.
He could lie, too.
Kinda boring and rambling tbh
I read it many years ago and came away with the same conclusion: well written, 90% good corn.. but watch out for that 10% strychnine.. it'll poison your mind.
Scapegoating an entire group for the actions of a few is beneath any reasonable intellect. And it's a major letdown because it detracts from the truthful stuff Hitler was debating in that book.
Not all blacks are bad.. just the few numbnuts who get all the attention. Not all anyone are bad.. each individual is responsible for his or her own behavior.
Anyway, yes.. filtered, it's a good read.
What you are doing is a literal crime in several countries - like you would go to prison for this.
Be careful pede.
That's exactly why you should read it.
It's not a crime. It's even in print and currently a best seller in Germany.
I wasn't talking about the 2,000 + page new heavily annotated version or about Germany which jails old ladies who question the holocaust and even arrested a group of Japanese tourists for giving a Roman salute for a picture. I was talking about Latvia and Russia. DeSantis passed "anti antisemitism" laws in FL... just having it might not technically be illegal but it would definitely be used against you in court.
you should read all the books that are banned by your government. then think about why they were banned by your government. but first you would have to pull your head out of your ass and stop believing the government is benevolent. Being said, good luck.