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The Nazi Gospels (2012)

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The religious roots of Nazi ideology and practice.





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Credited cast:
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Peter Levenda ...
Himself, author of 'Unholy Alliance'
Klaus Fischer ...
Himself, professor, author of 'Nazi Germany: A New History'
Heinrich Himmler ...
Himself (archive footage)
Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke ...
Himself, professor, University of Exeter
Himself (archive footage)
Martin Ruehl ...
Himself, Dr., University of Cambridge
Bill Yenne ...
Himself, author of 'Hitler's Master of the Dark Arts'
Linda Dubrow-Marshall ...
Herself, Dr., psychologist, University of Glamorgan
Himself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Heinrich Himmler
Reenactment actor
Tom Stanley ...
Reenactment actor
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The religious roots of Nazi ideology and practice.

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Blatant lies masquerading as "history"
19 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

This "documentary" attempts to shift the blame for Nazi anti-Semitism and atrocities onto Paganism and evolutionary theory, rather than its true source... centuries of Christian anti-Semitic teachings. Instead of quoting from the vast number of pro-Christian statements made by both Hitler himself and the majority of his underlings, the filmmaker chooses to include previously-debunked and discredited anti-Christian statements allegedly made by Hitler in the book "Hitler's Table Talk". While a tiny handful of Nazis were involved in quasi-Pagan activities, the overwhelming mass of Nazis were Bible-believing Christians. Hitler repeatedly attacked and disparaged Atheists in his speeches and writings - including the legitimate portions of "Table Talk". In fact, once in power, Hitler put Atheists in concentration camps as "undesirables" alongside Jews, Gypsies and Gays, and Creationism was taught in the public schools. Evolutionary theory was actually banned in Nazi Germany because it contradicted the Bible! Yet this filmmaker would have you believe that when they were Christians, the Germans were kind, meek, and harmless, and only after being exposed to Paganism and evolutionary theory were they then of a character to commit the mass slaughters and genocide... nonsense! Google "Hitler's Christianity" or "Nazi racial ideology was religious, creationist and opposed to Darwinism" for a mass of evidence (among other such websites), or read the book "The Holy Reich".

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