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"How to Respond to an Anti-Conspiracy Theorist"
The Phony Christian “Pastors” Who Opposed Hitler By Mike King
“Tyrants hold good people in greater suspicion than the wicked. To them the valor of others is always fraught with danger."
For this reason, our modern-day tyrants work ceaselessly to corrupt the morality of the good and to mock all religious practice in general. But what to do about those stubborn “sanctimonious” types who refuse to compromise their values and their faith in the Creator and His natural law? Simple: (((they))) simply place and cultivate their own agents (or dupes) inside of the churches -- such as the notoriously pinko “National Council of Churches,” the “Reverend” Marxist Loser King, the “Reverend" Jesse Jerkoff, the “Reverend” Al Charlatan, and the infamous Latin American “Liberation Theologians” such as Father Jorge Bergolio, now known as Poop Francis the Fake -- to lead their flocks away from the theme of "good vs evil." Inconvenient political truths are thus more easily ignored or dismissed and the red path toward the New World Order is more easily paved with moral relativism.
In the years during and decades since “Nazi Germany,” western Christians -- America in particular -- have been misled to believe that Adolf Hitler -- a confirmed Creationist and friend of religion under whose reign thousands of new churches were built -- was somehow "anti-Christian." To support this slander, the well-known names of, and platitudinous quotes by, the “persecuted” Pastors Martin Niemöller and Dietrich Bonhoeffer are always dredged up to steer inquiring Christians away from the truth of The Great One (that’s Hitler for all you newbies & normies).
Let’s have a closer look at these two sainted ass-clowns.
As a young man, Martin Niemöller became a cadet in the German Imperial Navy and served as an officer aboard a U-boat during World War I. After the war, he decided to become a Lutheran pastor. From the beginning, Pastor Niemöller had a political side to him. Like so many in Germany, he opposed the corrupt Weimar state and initially supported the rise of Hitler's NSDAP. But Niemöller’s support turned to opposition when the NSDAP -- so-called “Nazis” -- enacted laws barring Jews from civil service positions.
In 1934 -- at a time when Hitler’s popularity was skyrocketing among the German public – the troublesome Niemöller started the Pastors’ Emergency League to “defend the church” from imaginary threats from Hitler. In July of 1937 – a time by which Hitler was adored by almost everyone in Germany -- Niemöller’s seditious sermons got him arrested. He was tried and sentenced to seven months in prison, but released in consideration of time already under detainment.
During the time of outside provocation which would ultimately lead to World War II in 1939, the traitor Niemöller was placed in a concentration camp under “protective custody” -- as enemies of Hitler were universally regarded as enemies of the German people, and who were widely despised by this time. In 1945, Niemöller was liberated by the US Army while he was being transported. He came out of the Dachau camp in good shape.
Soon after the war, the Progressive Pastor took an even harder turn to the Left. In 1945, Niemöller was one of the main initiators of the deceitful, pathetic and treasonous Stuttgart Declaration of Guilt -- which totally ignored the ghastly cruelty of the unprovoked genocide and mass rape of millions of innocent Germans. The Declaration stated:
“Through us infinite wrong was brought over many peoples and countries. … We did fight for long years in the name of Jesus Christ against the mentality that found its awful expression in the National Socialist regime of violence; but we accuse ourselves for not standing to our beliefs more courageously, for not praying more faithfully, for not believing more joyously, and for not loving more ardently.” (emphasis added)
The virtue-signaling jackal remains best known for his stupid poem, “First They Came” -- (have your barf bags ready)
First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a socialist.Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Jew.Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me. During the 1950's, Niemöller visited the Soviet Union and other Communist countries. During the 1960’s, he served as one of the co-Presidents of the communist-infested World Council of Churches – a position from which he loudly promoted “peace” (Globalese for the elimination of all opposition to world government) and “nuclear disarmament” (Globalese for the transference of all nuclear weapons to the United Nations).
Many anti-Communists in 1950’s-1970’s Germany – and also in America -- viewed Niemöller as a Red-sympathizing traitor. The Putrid Pastor opposed the rearming of West Germany and showed a bizarre eagerness to seek accommodation with international Communism. In 1966, the Soviet Union actually awarded him the Lenin Peace Prize! In 1967, he "pulled a Jane Fonda" by visiting Vietnam to express his opposition to America -- later stating to his stunned critics. "You do not have to fight communism to save Christianity."
Pastor Niemöller was pure opportunistic scum hiding behind a cross. Is it any wonder that the New York Slimes gave him such a glowing obituary in 1984?! The "Nazis" should have busted a cap in his head when they had the chance. Mein Gott! Deluded Christians really need to reconsider the Niemöller myth before invoking his name and quoting him as if he were some sort of saintly sage.
In 1930, young Bonhoeffer came to the United States for a teaching fellowship at New York City's Union Theological Seminary. While there, he met Franklin Fisher, a black fellow-seminarian who introduced him to the Abyssinian Baptist Church. It appears that this was the place where Bonhoeffer first became infected with the “Gospel of Social Justice” theology being preached there by Marxist Adam Clayton Powell Sr. Young Dietrich brought his self-righteous and misguided racial guilt back home with him to Germany in 1931.
Bonhoeffer became deeply attached to the World Alliance for Promoting International Friendship through the Churches -- a forerunner of the aforementioned World Council of Churches. Unlike Niemoller -- who was pro-NSDAP at first (or pretended to be) but later switched sides -- Bonhoeffer strongly opposed Hitler from the moment he rose to power in 1933. Within the Lutheran Church itself, Bonhoeffer clashed with pro-Hitler pastors and theologians, who were in the clear majority.
Eventually, Niemöller and Bonhoeffer worked together to establish the anti-Hitler “Confessing Church,” which denounced the “anti-Semitism” of the NSDAP. Bonhoeffer later accepted a pastor’s position for German speaking churches in London. While there, he remained in constant telephone contact with Niemöller, as well as other German “resisters.” Though it would be hard to prove conclusively, the Niemöller & Bonhoeffer treason had the earmarks of a British Intel operation. A child of wealth and privilege with a purported theological emphasis on helping the poor, Bonhoeffer never had to experience the intense poverty of Weimar Germany; nor did he seem to appreciate -- or perhaps he never actually cared about -- the indisputable fact that Hitler’s policies lifted up an impoverished, hungry and demoralized population from the depths of despair to booming prosperity in just under 4 years. No sir. For this false pastor, it was all about the tiny Jewish minority -- who, by way of their World War I treason, their sympathy for the Weimar clown state, and their support for Marxism -- were actually the culprits behind the crushing poverty which Bonhoeffer allegedly cared about so much. We should note that Bonhoeffer's brother-in-law was Jewish.
Bonhoeffer is credited with opposing Germany’s “euthanasia program” --- which was more of a slander than an actual medical policy. In reality, for a period of time, doctors were permitted to euthanize in rare and extreme cases of severe suffering in a terminally ill patient. Contrary to persistent mythology, there was never any program to exterminate mental retards, cripples or anything like that.
Bonhoeffer returned to Germany in 1935 where he resumed subversive activities within the now “persecuted” Confessing Church. Though he was monitored and hassled by the Gestapo, the Marxist Minister was never arrested. In June of 1939, knowing that war was about to be imposed upon Germany, the traitor left for the United States – the very nation whose president, Franklin Demono Rosenfeld, was secretly acting as the main instigator of the coming bloodbath. But after just two weeks, he returned to Germany to resume treasonous activities which would continue through wartime, culminating with his arrest and execution for being part of the extended ring that had attempted to assassinate Hitler on July 20, 1944. Hitler survived, but three officers and a stenographer lost their lives that day. Had the assassination succeeded, Germany would have been plunged into a bloody civil war whilst the rapacious and murdering aggressor Allies menaced the nation from the outside. So much for Bonhoeffer’s storied “pacifism.” He was hanged on April 8th, 1945. Like Niemöller, Bonhoeffer is still widely quoted and revered by many deluded Christians of all denominations – and still puffed-up by the anti-Christian New York Times as well as both the Christian and Jewish-run worlds of book-publishing. That tells you EVERYTHING!
Oh, and one more thing. There is evidence to suggest that the never-married Bonhoeffer was a queer. Just sayin'.