Side altar at the Antoniter church, 1935
“If the Jew did not exist, the anti-Semite would invent him.”
― Jean-Paul Sartre, Anti-Semite and Jew: An Exploration of the Etiology of Hate
“Hitler once remarked ‘If the Jews didn’t exist, we would have to invent them’. This is one of his most revealing comments on Nazism. Nothing creates more unity than a common enemy. The hatred of the Jews was the backbone of Hitler’s power.”
Governor DeSantis could declare – this!
“If the Transvestites’ did not exist – I would invent them!”
DesSantis owes a lot to the LGBTQ community and blacks who teach Black History. He is USING them – and Jesus – to get in the White House. Take note Ron assumes THE SIGN OF JESUS ON THE CROSS at most of his events. Does he seek out the Old Vet in the audience – a possible schill – who he tells;
“Rejoice old timer. Soon, Gay Pride Parades will be BANNED. I want you up front, in the first Veteran’s float. We’re going to have a Veterans Parade every month. It’s time YOU are recognized and honored. The Democrats only honor – traitors and perverts! You – ARE A REAL MAN!
There it is….THE SAME FORMULA HITLER USED! He encouraged his Brown Shirts to gather and burn books – that took away from the Glory the solider who show complete loyalty to the supreme leader and Father of the Super He-Man Race!
What has disappeared in the last ten years, is THE END DAYS, the Retribution of God, who millions of Christians are taught to believe – is now Jesus! This is the first step in demoting God, to a mortal man, who is the New Caesar of Humanity. With Trump and DeSantis – HITLER IS BORN AGAIN! Real Men – will rule the world! Hitler LOST the war. I repeat….HITLER LOST THE WAR!
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“What I mean, brothers and sisters, is that the time is short. From now on those who have wives should live as if they do not; “
Thus wrote Paul of Tarsus to his followers urging married couples not to fornicate – because the world is coming to an end. The world did not come to an end – as Paul prophesized. He is a false prophet. Is there a penalty for being wrong about our future? What does the Torah say.
- Gov. Ron DeSantis showed a video featuring explicit content in some books pulled from schools during a news conference.
- Some news stations cut their live feeds when books with graphic content were displayed, the governor’s press secretary said.
- Mahsa Saeidi from WFLA said the station’s live feed was taken down when a warning said sexually explicit content would be shown.
Several Florida news stations reportedly cut their feeds as Gov. Ron DeSantis showed a video featuring explicit content in some books during a news conference.
During a press conference on Wednesday, the governor said reports that his administration was banning books was “a hoax” after viral videos showed empty bookshelves in Florida schools as districts sough to comply with a new DeSantis–backed law that requires all books to be approved by a certified media specialist.
DeSantis then proceeded to defend the removal of books from school libraries for containing “pornographic” content, moments after a six-minute video was shown spotlighting several books that have been pulled from schools. They include Maia Kobabe’s memoir Gender Queer and Mike Curato’s graphic novel Flamer, which the video noted has a shower scene where a boy has an erection, and another where characters masturbate together.
Progressive students at the New College of Florida criticized Gov. Ron DeSantis’, R-Fla., efforts to shift the school in a more classically liberal direction during a segment that aired on MSNBC Thursday.
Pushback against DeSantis among liberal students and faculty has been widespread after the governor of the Sunshine State appointed six conservative members to the college’s board of trustees.
MSNBC host Alex Wagner interviewed New College students opposed to the changes DeSantis is expected to bring.
“The main thing is the students. The students are still here. The students are still, you know, LGBT. The students still respect and encourage for a diverse array of studies and want to understand the truth about society. And as long as we’re here they can’t change the culture of the school,” trans student Sam Sharf said.
RON DESANTIS SHAKES UP LIBERAL UNIVERSITY, APPOINTS SIX MEMBERS TO NEW COLLEGE OF FLORIDA
Die große Feier des Luthertages im Lustgarten in Berlin!
Bischof Hossenfelder hält die Ansprache auf der Rampe des Berliner Schlosses im Lustgarten.
The Manly Christian Party of America
Posted on October 1, 2020 by Royal Rosamond Press
Donald Trump, Banana Republican Dictator, could not wait till he was elected for another term to let Americans and the world know – there is a new dictator in town. In not denouncing the violence of militia groups in Charlottesville, and bidding his Proud Boys to stand down – but be prepared – we see the rebirth of the Manly Nazi Church – in America! The Manly Church of Germany employed Thinkers, Philosophers, Theologians, and Racial Scientists, to produce ten thousand pages of reasons why the Christian Church should back Hitler – and oppress inferior races! Republicans allow Bullies For Jesus to lead the march against – THINKING!
Two nights ago, we saw the Trumpmeister bludgeon and bully Joe Biden at the debate, then order his Goon Squad Grunts to standdown, and prepare to act when the Democrats rig the elections to keep him – and Jesus – out of power! The Proud Boys will be there at many polling places – regardless if the Trumpmeister gives them orders – not to! He has -made their day! This is their fifteen minutes of fame that they will not be denied. And you can thanks all elected Republicans, and the Republican Party, for the death of Intellectualism in America, which has always been the SIGN in Europe that a despot in on the rise. How can any sane Republican keep their head in the sand? This is it! Why aren’t Israeli leaders speaking up? This is the time!
This morning I awoke at dawn – knowing I was a prophet for sure! I thought about all the family and friends who betrayed me, choosing to believe things will never get this bad. A month ago I founded the Black Turners and a all Black Navy. To read a discussion conducted by fellow Americans about – what if Trump refuses to leave office if he loses – is prophecy come true. What about Chile landing a Armed United Nations Force in New York to make sure Trump and his Proud Boys conduct a Fair Election, and don’t attempt a coup. How many times has an American President sent U.S. Forces to put down a Dictator south of the border?
I had a vision of goose-stepping Latinos coming down Fifth Avenue, making white supremist wish they had made a better choice – so they can march – too! It’s in their blood! Will Merkel send UN troops to put down the Trump Coup?
When Hitler and the Emperor was defeated, all of Christendom asked – how could good German Christians have gone along with the insanity? Now is the the time to speak – and come to the aid of your party! Republican Christians have to reach out to all Democrats.
John ‘The Prophet’
The aftermath of the first presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden triggered a reckoning among Republicans on Wednesday about the incumbent’s incendiary remarks on white supremacy and his baseless claims of electoral fraud, with GOP officials privately expressing alarm about the fallout with key voters as the president’s allies argued that he electrified his core supporters.
Wieneke, Von Trump, and Schicklgruber
Posted onJuly 16, 2015by Royal Rosamond Press
Die große Feier des Luthertages im Lustgarten in Berlin!
Bischof Hossenfelder hält die Ansprache auf der Rampe des Berliner Schlosses im Lustgarten.
Friedrich Wieneke may be my kindred. He helped form the Deutsche Christen, a new Protestant brand of the Nazi cosmology that is almost secular Fascism without Jesus. Meanwhile, in the Land of the Free, my Wieneke kin are tending to children stricken with Polio who could be seen by some as parasites on society.
The population of Germany in 1933 was around 60 million. Almost all Germans were Christian, belonging either to the Roman Catholic (ca. 20 million members) or the Protestant (ca. 40 million members) churches. The Jewish community in Germany in 1933 was less than 1% of the total population of the country.
How did Christians and their churches in Germany respond to the Nazi regime and its laws, particularly to the persecution of the Jews? The racialized anti-Jewish Nazi ideology converged with antisemitism that was historically widespread throughout Europe at the time and had deep roots in Christian history. For all too many Christians, traditional interpretations of religious scriptures seemed to support these prejudices.
The attitudes and actions of German Catholics and Protestants during the Nazi era were shaped not only by their religious beliefs, but by other factors as well, including:
- Backlash against the Weimar Republic and the political, economic, and social changes in Germany that occurred during the 1920s
- Resentment toward the international community in the wake of World War I, which Germany lost and for which it was forced to pay heavy reparations
These were some of the reasons why most Christians in Germany welcomed the rise of Nazism in 1933. They were also persuaded by the statement on “positive Christianity” in Article 24 of the 1920 Nazi Party Platform, which read:
“We demand the freedom of all religious confessions in the state, insofar as they do not jeopardize the state’s existence or conflict with the manners and moral sentiments of the Germanic race. The Party as such upholds the point of view of a positive Christianity without tying itself confessionally to any one confession. It combats the Jewish-materialistic spirit at home and abroad and is convinced that a permanent recovery of our people can only be achieved from within on the basis of the common good before individual good.”
Despite the open antisemitism of this statement and its linkage between confessional “freedom” and a nationalistic, racialized understanding of morality, many Christians in Germany at the time read this as an affirmation of Christian values.
Protestant Churches in Nazi GermanyClick here to copy a link to this section
The largest Protestant church in Germany in the 1930s was the German Evangelical Church, comprised of 28 regional churches or Landeskirchen that included the three major theological traditions that had emerged from the Reformation: Lutheran, Reformed, and United. Most of Germany’s 40 million Protestants were members of this church, although there were smaller so-called “free” Protestant churches, such as Methodist and Baptist churches.
Historically the German Evangelical Church viewed itself as one of the pillars of German culture and society, with a theologically grounded tradition of loyalty to the state. During the 1920s, a movement emerged within the German Evangelical Church called the Deutsche Christen, or “German Christians.” The “German Christians” embraced many of the nationalistic and racial aspects of Nazi ideology. Once the Nazis came to power, this group sought the creation of a national “Reich Church” and supported a “nazified” version of Christianity.
The Bekennende Kirche—the “Confessing Church”—emerged in opposition to the “German Christians.” Its founding document, the Barmen Confession of Faith, declared that the church’s allegiance was to God and scripture, not a worldly Führer. Both the Confessing Church and the “German Christians” remained part of the German Evangelical Church, and the result was a Kirchenkampf, or “church struggle” within German Protestantism—an ongoing debate and struggle for control between those who sought a “nazified” church, those who opposed it, and the so-called “neutral” church leaders whose priority was the avoidance both of church schism and any kind of conflict with the Nazi state.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, German Protestant theologian who was executed in the Flossenbürg concentration camp on April 9, 1945. Germany, date uncertain.
- DIZ Muenchen GMBH, Sueddeutscher Verlag Bilderdienst
The most famous members of the Confessing Church were the theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, executed for his role in the conspiracy to overthrow the regime, and Pastor Martin Niemöller, who spent seven years in concentration camps for his criticisms of Hitler. Yet these clergymen were not typical of the Confessing Church; despite their examples, the Protestant Kirchenkampf was mostly an internal church matter, not a fight against National Socialism. Even in the Confessing Church, most church leaders were primarily concerned with blocking state and ideological interference in church affairs. Yet there were certainly members of the clergy and laity who opposed and resisted the regime, including some who aided and hid Jews.
The Roman Catholic Church in Nazi GermanyClick here to copy a link to this section
The Catholic Church was not as sharply divided by different ideological factions as the Protestant church, and it never underwent an internal Kirchenkampf between these different factions. Catholic leaders were initially more suspicious of National Socialism than their Protestant counterparts. Nationalism was not as deeply embedded in the German Catholic Church, and the rabid anti-Catholicism of figures such as Alfred Rosenberg, a leading Nazi ideologue during the Nazi rise to power, raised early concerns among Catholic leaders in Germany and at the Vatican. In addition, the Catholic Centre Party had been a key coalition governmental partner in the Weimar Republic during the 1920s and was aligned with both the Social Democrats and leftist German Democratic Party, pitting it politically against right-wing parties like the Nazis.
Before 1933, in fact, some bishops prohibited Catholics in their dioceses from joining the Nazi Party. This ban was dropped after Hitler’s March 23, 1933, speech to the Reichstag in which he described Christianity as the “foundation” for German values. The Centre Party was dissolved as part of the signing of a 1933 Concordat between the Vatican and Nazi governmental representatives, and several of its leaders were murdered in the Röhm purge in July 1934.
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Catholic clergy and Nazi officials give the Nazi salute
Catholic clergy and Nazi officials, including Joseph Goebbels (far right) and Wilhelm Frick (second from right), give the Nazi salute. Germany, date uncertain.
- Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München
In both German churches there were members, including clergy and leading theologians, who openly supported the Nazi regime. With time, anti-Nazi sentiment grew in both Protestant and Catholic church circles, as the Nazi regime exerted greater pressure on them. In turn, the Nazi regime saw a potential for dissent in church criticism of state measures. When a protest statement was read from the pulpits of Confessing churches in March 1935, for example, Nazi authorities reacted forcefully by briefly arresting over 700 pastors. After the 1937 papal encyclical Mit brennender Sorge (“With burning concern”) was read from Catholic pulpits, the Gestapo confiscated copies from diocesan offices throughout the country.
The general tactic by the leadership of both Protestant and Catholic churches in Germany was caution with respect to protest and compromise with the Nazi state leadership where possible. There was criticism within both churches of Nazi racialized ideology and notions of “Aryanism,” and movements emerged in both churches to defend church members who were considered “non-Aryan” under Nazi racial laws (e.g., Jews who had converted). Yet throughout this period there was virtually no public opposition to antisemitism or any readiness by church leaders to publicly oppose the regime on the issues of antisemitism and state-sanctioned violence against the Jews. There were individual Catholics and Protestants who spoke out on behalf of Jews, and small groups within both churches that became involved in rescue and resistance activities (for example, the White Rose and Herman Maas).
After 1945, the silence of the church leadership and the widespread complicity of “ordinary Christians” compelled leaders of both churches to address issues of guilt and complicity during the Holocaust—a process that continues internationally to this day.