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  • reynolds
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    • Oct 2018
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    "Hitler Made Us Holy Again" - Unlike The Corrupt, Greedy Pedophiles Of Today


    Hitler Made Us Holy Again

    In his Table Talk, Adolf Hitler accepts as a matter of course that the figure commonly known as Jesus Christ was an actual historical person. He describes him as the leader of a popular revolt against the Jews of his time.

    Martin Kerr - New Order



    Savitri Devi, one of the best known and most eloquent of Hitler’s post–war disciples. She believed that Jesus (whose name would have been Yeshua bin–Yusef al–Nazarini or something similar in his native Semitic tongue of Aramaic) was merely a fictional character from Christian mythology; that is, he was not an historical person. Jesus — real or not — is held to be someone who “broke history in half.” Nietzsche suggested that it was he, Nietzsche, who was the one who would break history in half. Nietzsche sought not just to supersede Christianity, but to reverse it. Thereby he would lay the foundations for a new European super–civilization... I feel at the heart of things, Nietzsche was being fiercely serious. He recognized the full import and significance of his teachings, even if his contemporaries did not.

    As it turned out, neither the Christian savior nor Nietzsche was the one who broke history in half. The theology espoused by Jesus was merely a reshuffling of the older Semitic worldview, a prime feature of which was the belief that there is a dichotomy between spirit and matter. Spirit is pure and good, it tells us, while the flesh is impure and corrupt. Nietzsche, for all his genius, was unable to articulate a realistic, systematic alternative to the Christian worldview. No, it remained to Adolf Hitler to be the man to shatter the dispensation that had held Aryan man in thrall for 2,000 years or more. I do not know when the realization first entered the Führer’s mind that there is no division between soul and matter, but rather that our flesh is infused with and animated by our spirit, while spirit is given form by our bodies. By the time that he sat down to write Mein Kampf, his basic worldview was already well–formed and complete.

    Adolf Hitler believed that the universe was governed by natural laws, and that for man to be happy and successful, he must first acknowledge that these laws exist ... Rather than believing that Man is born as a sinful being who can only be rescued from eternal hellfire and damnation by accepting the good lord In the Hitlerian worldview, we are all holy beings at birth. It is through being raised with false beliefs, and thrown into a society out of sync with the Natural Order, that we lose our state of natural grace and holiness. Matt Koehl once discussed the Christian conception of original sin with me, contrasting it to the Hitlerian outlook. “If you look at a newborn baby in its cradle, what do you see?” he asked. “The Christians see an evil being born in sin, and doomed to Hell and torment without the intervention of their savior. But as a National Socialist, I see an innocent and holy being, born into a state of harmony and grace with the Natural world.” Read more ...

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