Hitler was a DEVOUT ROMAN CATHOLIC - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dennis Revell
    • 21.08.07 | 08:26 (IDT)

    Hitler WAS a DEVOUT Roman Catholic, in spite of Vatican attempts to re-write history. Try reading a bit, rather than continue to wallow in that deepening pit of ignorance you have dug. Religion has always been used as a mechanism of control of the Machiavellian against those who are not - viz. the majority. Hitler declared himself a devout Roman Catholic on MANY occasions both on the run up to his rise to power - for example in Mein Kampf - during that run up, and following his achievement of virtually absolute power. The Sheople of the "Lord" are much easier to lead, or rather mis-lead than people with a mind of their own - aka skeptics. Same reason G. W. Bush claims to have guidance from a "higher" father than his physical one, in order to excuse his mass murder, war crimes and treason that is the Iraq war. Ditto behaviour for many Israeli leaders, I'm sure. Try googling on things like "the Concordat" +1933, etc. Pit Rescue Team #1

    from the article: Tied up in the Rat Lines
    First published 00:00 15.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.01.06
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