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Hitler & Bush -- Birds Of A Feather

by twospiritwarrior Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2004 at 4:35 AM

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It is typical of Westeners to view all Eastern

religions, especially Buddhism,

as nihilistic, or life-negating, while flattering

ourselves that the Western

christian worldview and religion is positive and


In fact, both christianity and judaism, as well as

islam, are Eastern

religions -- they swept from the Near East, along with

the Indo-Aryan Sun God

beliefs, and eventually stamped out the truly Western,

indigenous Pagan

Spirituality of all Europe. And whether of East or

West, all patriarchal religions are inherently

nihilistic and fascistic.

They condemn the Earth as the source of material life

(while exploiting her

resources and creatures greedily for their own

advantage), and seek abstract

"spirit" somewhere in the sky. They desire

"illumination" or "salvation" not

within the ongoing life-and-death process, but by

denying it, striving to

escape it, or being "redeemed" from it through a male

godhead who acts as

ersatz Mother. In its concepts of "original sin" and

the need for "salvation"

from fleshly life -- and in its strange elitist belief

that only one man has

ever been of "divine birth" -- christianity is the

most nihilistic religion

to appear on Earth, and its impact on the tribes of

Europe (as well as every-

where else) was entirely necrophilic and destructive.

December 7, 2004

"God Is With Us": Hitler's Rhetoric and the Lure of

"Moral Values"

by Maureen Farrell

"God does not make cowardly nations free." -- Adolf

Hitler, Mein Kampf

A couple weeks ago, while asserting that the Founding

Founders intended for the U.S. government to be

infused with christianity, Supreme Court Justice

Antonin Scalia said that the Holocaust was able to

flourish in Germany because of Europe's secular ways.

"Did it turn out that, by reason of the separation of

church and state, the Jews were safer in Europe than

they were in the United States of America?"

Scalia asked a congregation at Manhattan's Shearith

Israel synagogue. "I don't think so."

One might expect regular citizens to be ignorant of

history, but a Supreme Court Justice? Does he imagine

that the phrase "Gott mit Uns" was a German clothier's

interpretation of "Got Milk"?

If photographic evidence of the Third Reich's

Christian leanings were not enough,

Hitler's own speeches and writings prove, at the very

least, that he presented many of the same faith-based

arguments heard in America today.

Religion in the schools? Hitler was for it.

Intellectuals who practiced "anti-Christian, smug

individualism"? According to Hitler, their days were

numbered. Divine Providence's role in shaping

Germany's ultimate victory? Who could argue? In other

words, there is enough historical evidence to color

Scalia deluded. Writing for Free Inquiry, John Patrick

Michael Murphy explained:

"Hitler's Germany amalgamated state with church.

Soldiers of the wermacht wore belt buckles inscribed

with the following: "Gott mit uns" (God is with us).

His troops were often sprinkled with holy water by the

priests. It was a real Christian country whose

citizens were indoctrinated by both state and church

and blindly followed all authority figures, political

and ecclesiastical.

Hitler, like some of the today's politicians and

preachers, politicized "family values." He liked

corporeal punishment in home and school. Jesus prayers

became mandatory in all schools under his

administration. While abortion was illegal in

pre-Hitler Germany, he took it to new depths of

enforcement, requiring all doctors to report to the

government the circumstances of all miscarriages. He

openly despised homosexuality and criminalized it."

For anyone wanting even more proof, Mein Kampf is

chock full of the Fuhrer's musings on God. ("I believe

that I am acting in accordance with the will of the

Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew,

I am fighting for the work of the Lord," Hitler

wrote). But anti-Semitic rants aside, some of Hitler's

religious musings are interchangeable with Mr. Bush's.

Hitler was raised a Catholic and spoke of his faith in

God, yet, singling out his rants against religion,

politicians and pastors continue to characterize him

as a pagan barbarian.

Such distortions are convenient -- particularly in an

age where propaganda concerning "moral values" is

readily gobbled up and Christian nation legislation

waits in the wings -- but, to paraphrase the Bible,

overlooking the truth will not make us free.

Scalia, who also cited the Bible to claim that

government "derives its moral authority from God," is

hardly alone in his assertions.

Leo Strauss, the philosopher who has influenced

neoconservativism, and by proxy, George Bush's

America, felt that religion, like deception, was

crucial to maintaining social order. Meanwhile,

neoconservative kingpin Irving Kristol has argued

similar points --

bragging about how easy it is to fool the public into

accepting the government's actions while arguing that

America's Founding Fathers were wrong to insist on the

separation of church and state.

Why? According to Jim Lobe, it's because religion, as

Strauss and his disciples see it, is "absolutely

essential in order to impose moral law on the masses

who otherwise would be out of control."

Saying that neoconservatives believe that secular

society is undesirable "because it leads to

individualism, liberalism, and relativism, precisely

those traits that may promote dissent that in turn

could dangerously weaken society's ability to cope

with external threats," Lobe explained why Kristol and

other neocons have "allied themselves with the

christian right" and, in some cases, have also

denounced Darwin's theory of evolution.

"Neoconservatives are pro-religion even though they

themselves may not be believers," Reason magazine's

Ronald Bailey explained, pointing to publications like

Commentary which has espoused the virtues of religious

fundamentalism and has questioned evolutionary


(Hitler did the same. The book The German Churches

Under Hitler includes his assertion that secular

schools should not be tolerated while Hitler's Table

Talk quotes him questioning the wisdom in teaching

children both creationism and the theory of evolution.

"The present system of teaching in schools permits the

following absurdity: at 10 a.m. the pupils attend a

lesson in the catechism, at which the creation of the

world is presented to them in accordance with the

teachings of the Bible; and at 11 a.m. they attend a

lesson in natural science, at which they are taught

the theory of evolution,"he said. "Yet the two

doctrines are in complete contradiction. As a child, I

suffered from this contradiction, and ran my head

against a wall.")

Professor Shadia B. Drury also noted the similarities

between the methods endorsed by Hitler and

neoconservatives' favorite philosopher. She explained:

"Strauss loved America enough to try to save her from

the errors and terrors of Europe. He was convinced

that the liberal democracy of the Weimar Republic led

to the rise of the Nazis. That is a debatable matter.

But Strauss did not openly debate this issue or

provide arguments for his position in his writings. I

am inclined to think that it is Strauss's ideas, and

not liberal ideas, that invite the kinds of abuses he

wished to avoid. It behooves us to remember that

Hitler had the utmost contempt for parliamentary

democracy. He was impatient with debate and dispute,

on the grounds that they were a waste of time for the

great genius who knew instinctively the right choices

and policies that the people need. Hitler had a

profound contempt for the masses - the same contempt

that is readily observed in Strauss and his cohorts.

But when force of circumstances made it necessary to

appeal to the masses, Hitler advocated lies, myths,

and illusions as necessary pabulum to placate the

people and make them comply with the will of the

Fuhrer. Strauss's political philosophy advocates the

same solution to the problem of the recalcitrant

masses. Anyone who wants to avoid the horrors of the

Nazi past is well advised not to accept Strauss's

version of ancient wisdom uncritically.

But this is exactly what Strauss encouraged his

students to do."

Although several others, including the legendary

Seymour Hersh, have noted the neoconservatives' belief

that deception is essential,

the religious aspect of their philosophy is especially

unnerving. Religion may be the opium of the masses,

but when zealots become so certain of their own

righteousness that they ignore their own humanity,

horror is the natural consequence. Islamic extremism

offers the most glaring recent example, and now that

Osama bin Laden has been granted permission to nuke

America, the most extreme changes within the U.S.

could very well come from the outside world.

In the meantime, however, for those who have not yet

noticed, our own homegrown zealots

-- those who advocate hatred in the name of the Lord

-- have made considerable headway, with gays and

lesbians currently at the center of legislation which,

should it pass, will alter this country forever.

When the Marriage Protection Act passed the House in


the New York Times called it "a radical assault on the

Constitution. "If it passes in the Senate, the bill

could obliterate the separation of powers and wipe out

Constitutional protections for all minorities,

stripping the courts and possibly paving the way for

Christian nationhood. Other pieces of court stripping

legislation bills designed to topple the wall between

church and state are also in play.

This encroaching infusion of church and state,

combined with recent decrees concerning moral values,

doesn't resonate with inclusive tolerance. "When was

the last time a Western nation had a leader so

obsessed with God and claiming God was on our side? If

you answered Adolph Hitler and Nazi Germany, you're

correct," Bob Fitrakis wrote.

"Nothing can be more misleading than to categorize

Hitler as a barbaric pagan or Godless totalitarian,

like Stalin."

It's important to remember that christianity has been

created for these purposes. Whether you're talking

about Nazi Germany, the pre-Civil War American South,

or the atmosphere in the U.S. these past few years,

whenever questions of conscience are vigorously

denounced, you can bet there is trouble ahead -- and

the hijacking of faith and the manipulation of

religion should always arouse suspicion. Moral values

as a mandate? What better way to foster civil

obedience and "One nation Under God" unity in a time

of preventative war, suppressed liberty and sanctioned


So, yes, despite tales of Hitler's atheism and

Germany's Godlessness, the list of Hitler's religious

assertions and Nazi christian affiliations is long,

and before Americans swallow more WMD-type baloney,

it's best to comprehend this history and understand

that no nation, including our own, is immune to

faith-based fascism.

Substituting "America" for "Germany," many of Hitler's

religious assertions could have been uttered by Jerry

Falwell or Pat Robertson -- with Hitler even asserting

that God punished Germany for turning away from Him --

before promising that renewed piety would protect the

Fatherland and make it prosperous and successful once

more. "Once the mercy of God shown upon us, but we

were not worthy of His mercy. Providence withdrew its

protection and our people fell, fell as scarcely any

other people heretofore. In this deep misery we again

learned to pray," Hitler said in 1936, sixty-five

years before Falwell and Robertson blamed abortionists

and feminists for the tragedies of Sept. 11.

Hitler's religious phrases could have also come from

the lips of George W. Bush. "Our prayer is: Lord God,

let us never hesitate, let us never play the coward,

let us never forget the duty which we have taken upon

us,"Hitler said in March, 1933, sounding much like our

president, who believes that God wants him to liberate

the people in Middle East -- even if he has to

torture, maim and kill tens of thousands in the

process. "I believe we have a duty to free people,"

Bush told Bob Woodward. "I would hope we wouldn't have

to do it militarily, but we have a duty.. . . Going

into this period, I was praying for strength to do the

Lord's will. . . ."

Speaking in Berlin in March, 1936, Hitler said

something remarkably similar. "I would like to thank

Providence and the Almighty for choosing me of all

people to be allowed to wage this battle for Germany,"

he said, before launching the preventive war heard

round the world.

Both leaders also promised peace while planning for


"We seek peace. We strive for peace. And sometimes

peace must be defended," Bush said, in his State of

the Union address in Jan. 2003, two months before

launching a preventative war in Iraq.,_2--3_-_president_george_w_bush.html

"Never in these long years have we offered any other

prayer but this: Lord, grant to our people peace at

home, and grant and preserve to them peace from the

foreign foe!"Hitler said in Nuremberg on Sept. 13,


Yes, many of Hitler's faith-based comments could have

come from George Bush himself, and are undoubtedly the

kinds of sentiments many Americans not only agree with

-- but take comfort in. This is not to say that Bush

is Hitler or that religion is evil, but to serve as a

reminder that things are not always what they seem.

Christianity was used for everything, from the Salem

witch trials to slavery in America, and facilitated

group-think in Germany -- when individuality and

questions of conscience were needed the most. These

are but a few of the Fuhrer's assertions:

"Secular schools can never be tolerated because such a

school has no religious instruction and a general

moral instruction without a religious foundation is

built on air; consequently, all character training and

religion must be derived from faith." (The German

Churches Under Hitler, p.241)

"We must turn all the sentiments of the Volk, all its

thinking, acting, even its beliefs, away from the

anti-christian, smug individualism of the past, from

the egotism and stupid Phariseeism of personal

arrogance, and we must educate the youth in particular

in the spirit of those of christ's words that we must

interpret anew: love one another; be considerate of

your fellow man; remember that each one of you is not

alone a creature of God, but that you are all

brothers! This youth will, with loathing and contempt,

abandon those hypocrites who have Christ on their lips

but the devil in their hearts." (Hitler: Memoirs of a

Confidant, page 140)

"It will be the Government's care to maintain honest

cooperation between Church and State; the struggle

against materialistic views and for a real national

community is just as much in the interest of the

German nation as in that of the welfare of our

Christian faith." (At the Reichstag, March 23, 1933)

"Without pledging ourselves to any particular

Confession [Protestantism or Catholicism], we have

restored to faith its prerequisites because we were

convinced that the people need and require this faith.

We have therefore undertaken the fight against the

atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few

theoretical declarations: we have stamped it out."

(Berlin, Oct. 24, 1933)

"But there is something else I believe, and that is

that there is a God. . . . And this God again has

blessed our efforts during the past 13 years."

(Munich, Feb. 24, 1940)

"You [blue-collar workers] represent the most noble of

slogans known to us: "God helps those who help

themselves!' (Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations, Vol.

2, page 1147)

"Fifteen years ago I had nothing save my faith and my

will. Today the Movement is Germany, today this

Movement has won the German nation and formed the

Reich. Would that have been possible without the

blessing of the Almighty? Or do they who ruined

Germany wish to maintain that they have had God's

blessing? What we are we are, not against but with the

will of Providence. And so long as we are loyal,

honest, and ready to fight, so long as we believe in

our great work and do not capitulate, we shall also in

the future have the blessing of Providence."

(Rosenheim, Aug. 11, 1935)

"My feelings as a hristian points me to my Lord and

Savior as a fighter. . . As a christian I have no duty

to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to

be a fighter for truth and justice.... And if there is

anything which could demonstrate that we are acting

rightly it is the distress that daily grows. For as a

christian I have also a duty to my own people."

(Munich, April 12, 1922)

"If positive christianity means love of one's

neighbor, i.e. the tending of the sick, the clothing

of the poor, the feeding of the hungry, the giving of

drink to those who are thirsty, then it is we who are

the more positive christians. For in these spheres the

community of the people of National Socialist Germany

has accomplished a prodigious work." (Feb. 24, 1939)

"We were convinced that the people needs and requires

this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight

against the atheistic movement, and that not merely

with a few theoretical declarations: we have stamped

it out." (Berlin, Oct. 24, 1933)

"An educated man retains the sense of the mysteries of

nature and bows before the unknowable. An educated

man, on the other hand, runs the risk of going over to

atheism (which is a return to the state of the

animal)." (Hitler's Table Talk, 1941-1944, page 59)

In his book, They Thought They Were Free, Milton Mayer

interviewed Germans who discussed how their society

changed right before their eyes, and how, despite

Hitler's rhetoric, God was nowhere to be found. As one

interviewee put it:

"The world you live in -- "your nation, your people"

-- is not the world you were in at all. The forms are

all there, all untouched, all reassuring, the houses,

the shops, the jobs, the mealtimes, the visits, the

concerts, the cinema, the holidays. But the spirit,

which you never noticed because you made the lifelong

mistake of identifying it with the forms, is changed.

Now you live in a world of hate and fear, and the

people who hate and fear do not even know it

themselves; when everyone is transformed, no one is

transformed. Now you live in a system which rules

without responsibility even to God. The system itself

intended this in the beginning, but in order to

sustain itself it was compelled to go all the way."

Of course, America has hardly "gone all the way" and

is unlikely to become as psychotic as Nazi Germany any

time soon. But what do you suppose God thinks of

preventative war based upon deception? Or about the

use of depleted uranium?

Or about dropping napalm on civilians?

Are Iraqi insurgents are any less certain that God is

on their side than our own evangelical Marines?

Yes, Saddam Hussein was a brutal thug, but why do so

many insist on forgetting that the U.S. helped him to

power in the first place?

Does God see our role in all of this as lightly as we

do? And how many U.S. citizens do you know, who, mired

in fear, readily dismiss America's use of torture and

rationalize our disregard for international law?

What else might they overlook?

In 1937, Hitler said that because of Germany's belief

in God and God's favoritism towards Germany, the

country would prevail and prosper. "We, therefore, go

our way into the future with the deepest belief in

God. Would all we have achieved been possible had

Providence not helped us? I know that the fruits of

human labor are hard-won and transitory if they are

not blessed by the Omnipotent. Work such as ours which

has received the blessings of the Omnipotent can never

again be undone by mere mortals,"he said.

While attempting to solidify his power, Hitler also

denounced those who denounced religion -- as if he

were talking about Hollywood or blue states or Noam

Chomsky. "For eight months we have been conducting a

fearless campaign against that Communism which is

threatening our entire nation, our culture, our art,

and our public morals, "Hitler said in a speech in

Oct. 1933. "We have made an end of denials of the

Deity and the crying down of religion."

There will be no more crying down of religion in

George Bush's America, either. Though oft-repeated

assertions made by the media in the immediate

aftermath of the election have proven to be nothing

more than myth, propagandists would have you believe

that the American people have spoken: "Moral values"

reign supreme.

But how can any one of us know God's desires --

especially when our enemies claim to have God on their

side as well? And doesn't it seem that religious

hubris -- believing that God sanctions one's own

inhumane treatment of others -- always invites a fall?

"I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is

just; that his justice cannot sleep forever," Thomas

Jefferson said, of the price America would eventually

pay for slavery. "Nations, like individuals, are

punished for their transgressions," Ulysses S. Grant

advised, describing karmic retribution without

pointing hateful fingers at lesbians.

And long before that, the poet John Milton tried to

"justify the ways of God to Man." But yet, the world,

with its conflicting visions of morality, ethics and

truth, still struggles to comprehend.

Perhaps Truth, for want of a better definition, is

what God sees when he looks at any given situation.

And perhaps it is ultimately impossible for us to know

God's mind. After all, it's obvious that Hitler wasn't

telling the truth when he spoke of God and country --

and by the same token, it's difficult to look at Najaf

or Fallujah or Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo Bay and see

God's hand in any of it.

After one of Bush's operatives promised to "export

death and violence to the four corners of the earth in

defense of our great nation" Bob Woodward wrote: "The

president was casting his mission and that of the

country in the grand vision of God's Master Plan." And

sure enough, when Woodward asked Bush if he had

discussed the impending invasion of Iraq with his

father, President George H.W. Bush (who could have

offered sage advice),

the President responded: "He is the wrong father to

appeal to in terms of strength; there is a higher

father that I appeal to."

But, without knowing God's mind, most of us have only

History to help us judge. And the fact is, without the

benefit of History, some of the "moral values" Hitler

embraced sound eerily like those being peddled today.

George Bush is not Hitler. America is not Nazi

Germany. But buying into religious assertions or

thinking that God is on your side is not wise when it

comes to matters of war -- particularly when that war

is an aggressive preventative war based on false

premises and assumptions.

So, aside from Jerry Falwell, who speaks with

hate-filled authority, most of us do not know how God

will judge us. We will have to settle for History's

imperfect record.

All of this begs the question, however. Given his

assertions regarding God's role in helping him decide

policy ("I pray that I be as good a messenger of His

will as possible" Bush told Woodward. . . "I felt so

strongly that [invading Iraq] was the right thing to

do") how does Bush view the more mundane, secular

implications of his actions? When asked by Woodward

how History would judge the war in Iraq, Bush replied:

"History. We don't know. We'll all be dead."

I challenge anyone to find the moral value in that.

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