Adolf Hitler And The Jesuit Order - Part I
March 21, 2018 by Rattler Rider
"If there be any doubt about Hitler’s close ties to the Jesuits, Listen to his own words as recorded in 1939 by Hermann Rauschning, former national-socialist chief of the Danzig government: Quote from Hitler
“I learned much from the Order of the Jesuits”, said Hitler… “Until now, there has never been anything more grandiose, on the earth, than the hierarchical organization of the Catholic Church. I transferred much of this organization into my own party… I am going to let you in on a secret… I am founding an Order… In my “Burgs” of the Order, we will raise up a youth which will make the world tremble… ” Hermann Rauschning, former national-socialist chief of the government of Dantzig: “Hitler m’a dit”, (Ed. Co-operation, Paris 1939, pp.266, 267, 273 ss). According to Raushning, Hitler then stopped his speech, abruptly saying: “I can’t say anymore.”
However, after the war, Walter Schellenberg, former of chief of German counter-espionage, finished Hitler’s speech, confirming Hitler’s strong behind the scenes ties to the Vatican and the Jesuit Order.
“The S.S. organization has been constituted by Himmler according to the principles of the Jesuit Order. Their regulations and the spiritual exercises prescribed by Ignatius of Loyola were the model Himmler tried to copy exactly.
“Himmler’s title as supreme chief of the S.S. was to be the equivalent to the Jesuit General and the whole structure and direction was a close imitation of the Catholic Church’s hierarchical order.
And French writer Frederic Hoffet in 1948 wrote:
“Hitler, Goebbels, Himmler and most of the members of the party’s old guard were Catholics. It was not by accident that because of its chief’s religion, the Nationalist-Socialist government was the most Catholic Germany ever had This kinship between socialism and Catholicism is most striking if we study closely the propaganda methods and the interior organization of the party
QUOTE BY HITLER ABOUT HIMMLER “I can see Himmler as our Ignatius of Loyola” ~Adolf Hitler: “Libres propos” (Flammarion, Paris 1952, p.164).
“On that subject, nothing is more instructive than Joseph Goebbel’s works. He had been brought up in a Jesuit college and was a seminarist before devoting himself to literature and politics Every page, every line of his writings recall the teaching of his masters; so he stresses obedience the contempt for truth.”
“Some lies are as useful as bread,” Goebbel’s once proclaimed, taking his words from extracts of Ignatius of Loyola’s writings.
As quoted by Edmund Paris in his final 1975 work, the Secret History of the Jesuits, another well-informed insider of the pact between Berlin and the Holy See , Franz von Papen, was even more explicit when he said:
“The Third Reich is the first world power which not only acknowledges but also puts into practice the high principles of the papacy.”
And what essentially was put into practice was 25 million victims of concentration camps, the official figure once released by the United Nations. But do such barbaric acts belong to the past?
By no means, barbarianism continues today as evidenced by the U.S. government’s illegal invasion in the Middle East as well as its own siege on U.S citizens by advancing a bogus war on terror."
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