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- Published on Tuesday, 19 May 2009 18:00
Quotes by Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), popularly known as the Nazi Party. He was the ruler of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and most known for and most guilty for the Holocaust where millions of Jews and other so-called "inferior" groups received much unnatural "natural selection". One of the foundations of Hitler's social policies was the concept of racial hygiene. It was based on the ideas of Arthur de Gobineau, a French count, eugenics, a pseudo-science that advocated racial purity, and social Darwinism. Applied to human beings, "survival of the fittest" was interpreted as requiring racial purity and killing off "life unworthy of life." The first victims were children with physical and developmental disabilities; those killings occurred in a program called Action T4 (see Nazi eugenics).
- "What we desire of tomorrow's youth is different from what was desired in the past. We must create the new man so that our race will not succumb to the phenomenon of degeneration so typical of modern times."
Just because a man calls upon and/or cites "God" does NOT mean that man is incapable of unimaginable cruelty and genocide.
- "The world will not help, the people must help themselves. Its own strength is the source of life. That strength the Almighty has given us to use; that in it and through it, we may wage the battle of our life The others in the past years have not had the blessing of the Almighty - of Him who in the last resort, whatever man may do, holds in His hands the final decision. Lord God, let us never hesitate or play the coward." - Speech in March 1933
- "We are all proud that through God's powerful aid, we have become once more true Germans." - Speech March 1933
- "Who says I am not under the special protection of God." - After winning elections of 1933 in Germany
- "It is the last territorial claim which I have to make in Europe, but it is the claim from which I will not recede and which, God-willing, I will make good." - Referring to The Sudetenland, speech at Berlin Sportpalast September 1938
- "I believe that it was God's will to send a youth from here into the Reich, to let him grow up, to raise him to be the leader of the nation so as to enable him to lead back his homeland into the Reich." - April 1938, closing speech of election campaign in Vienna on eve of polling
- If the international Jewish financiers . . . should again succeed in plunging the nations into a world war the result will be . . . the annihilation of the Jewish race throughout Europe. - Speech to Reichstag in Berlin January 1939
- "I am convinced that 1941 will be the crucial year of a great New Order in Europe. The world shall open up for everyone. Privileges for individuals, the tyranny of certain nations and their financial rulers shall fall. And last of all this year will help to provide the foundations of a real understanding among peoples, and with it the certainty of conciliation among nations. . . . Those nations who are still opposed to us will some day recognize the greater enemy within. Then they will join us in a combined front, a front against Jewish exploitation and racial degeneration." - Speech at Berlin Sportspalast January 1941
- "I don't see much future for the Americans. It's a decayed country. And they have their racial problem, and the problem of social of social inequalities . . . Everything about the behavior of American society reveals that it's half Judaized, and the other half negrified. How can one expect a State like that to hold together - a country where everything is built on the dollar?" - Remarks January 1942 recorded by Martin Bormann, published in Hitler's Table Talk (1953)
All those years posing "as a Christian" in order to assume power over German Christians proves utterly false and a prudent warning to Christians of today who could be lured into similar alliances by another anti-Christ with a smooth, cunning tongue.
- The heaviest blow that ever struck humanity was the coming of Christianity. Bolshevism is Christianity's illegitimate child. Both are inventions of the Jew. - Remarks June 1941 recorded by Martin Bormann, published in Hitler's Table Talk (1953)
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