Dunno. You can try to tell the opposite if you're so sure?Echoes said:What can I say when some trolls are saying Nazis were Christians?
Now. Since you seem to have gotten stuck to that, let me clarify a little: many Nazis (not everyone) were Christians. The long-term goal that Hrotha mentioned, that is that the Nazis were planning to "take over" the traditional Christianity, was indeed an attempt to create a slightly different Christian religion by changing pieces of the Bible and adding elements of the Nordic mithology (all of this clearly in order to justify their actions against the Jews). By what logic does this qualify them as atheists? At most you could call them pagans (because of their liking Nordic mithology).
Leaving aside that during Nazism the vast majority of the German (and Italian) population was Christian of course.
In Italy, despite Mussolini's well known atheism (pretty much the only key figure of the time you could really call atheist), the fascist had to come to terms with the Catholic church, otherwise they was never gonna hold power for long. The deal they signed with the Church is still in place, and nowadays is being quite criticised as it is economically most advantageous for the Vatican, which is very strange because, as you teach us, religious people aren't interested in money.
This is a written forum, no one can speak louder than the others.Echoes said:I should have the humility to realize that I will never be able to speak louder then such people. They are too powerful. I as a truth-teller am too weak.
EDIT: oh, before you start telling me that Hitler was atheist, no he wasn't.