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originally posted by: St0rD
... one big fat lie.
After all the madness that came with Covid, I sadly started to be opened to the idea of all of our reality being a crazy mf delusion.
What if all that we were being told was a lie in the end? Could you survive such a disturbing revelation...
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
We've become separated from the land and the creator. Our society was religiously based, this cannot be denied. The loss of morality and ethics have allowed the disintegration of the family and society. 2020 was the year they pulled the trigger on the plan to install a new world order which is basically the old banking families cornering the markets on everything and by extension the world.
originally posted by: St0rD
Yes, depopulation seems like a fringe a idea to most but what about Germany and the Holocaust that followed? Recent history is showing us the pure insanity behind mankind as we know it. Millions of people (and childrens) tortured for nothing and yet, people are willingly staying blinded in front of the same evil that lived through Hitler and is now showing its ugly head again just as speak. It is still roaming around the Earth waiting for its next opportunity to enslave all of us. Hitler was simply a tool and a host used by evil and somebody will take his place soon enough.
History repeats itself like they used to say. Will we ever learn?
Today there is horror; there is outrage. The Holocaust, during which several million were systematically murdered, reveals what a monstrous evil Nazism was. But what about then? Who spoke out? Who did not?
For many, their first knowledge of the mass slayings came only at the close of World War II. The book Fifty Years Ago—Revolt Amid the Darkness explains: “The still photographs and newsreel films of the killing centers and camps liberated by the Allies in 1944 and 1945 first brought the shocking reality to the broad public, especially in the west.”
Yet, even before the death camps were set up, a voice was proclaiming the dangers of Nazism, through Awake!, the magazine you hold in your hands. It was first known as The Golden Age and was renamed Consolation in 1937. Beginning in 1929, these magazines, published by Jehovah’s Witnesses, boldly warned of the perils of Nazism, living up to the proclamation on the cover, “A Journal of Fact, Hope and Courage.”
“How can one remain silent,” asked Consolation in 1939, “about the horrors of a land where, as in Germany, 40,000 innocent persons are arrested at one time; where 70 of them were executed in a single night in one prison; . . . where all homes, institutes and hospitals for the aged, the poor, and the helpless, and all orphanages for the children, are destroyed?”
How, indeed, could one remain silent? While the world in general was unaware or skeptical of the horrific reports trickling out of Germany and occupied lands, Jehovah’s Witnesses could not keep quiet. They knew firsthand the cruelties of the Nazi regime, and they were not afraid to speak out.
ON DECEMBER 8, 1993, Dr. Franklin Littell of Baylor University spoke at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum about a troublesome “concrete truth.” What was that?
The truth, Littell said, was that “six million Jews were targeted and systematically murdered in the heart of Christendom, by baptized Roman Catholics, Protestants, and Eastern Orthodox who were never rebuked, let alone excommunicated.” One voice, however, did consistently speak out about clergy involvement with Hitler’s regime. And the voice, as we have seen, was that of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Hitler was a baptized Roman Catholic, as were many of the leaders in his government. Why weren’t they excommunicated? Why didn’t the Catholic Church condemn the horrors that these men were committing? Why did Protestant churches also keep silent?
Did the churches really remain silent? Is there proof that they supported Hitler’s war efforts?
Role of Catholic Church
Catholic historian E. I. Watkin wrote: “Painful as the admission must be, we cannot in the interest of a false edification or dishonest loyalty deny or ignore the historical fact that Bishops have consistently supported all wars waged by the government of their country. . . . Where belligerent nationalism is concerned they have spoken as the mouthpiece of Caesar.”
When Watkin said that bishops of the Catholic Church “supported all wars waged by the government of their country,” he included the wars of aggression waged by Hitler. As Roman Catholic professor of history at Vienna University, Friedrich Heer, admitted: “In the cold facts of German history, the Cross and the swastika came ever closer together, until the swastika proclaimed the message of victory from the towers of German cathedrals, swastika flags appeared round altars and Catholic and Protestant theologians, pastors, churchmen and statesmen welcomed the alliance with Hitler.”
Catholic Church leaders gave such unqualified support to Hitler’s wars that the Roman Catholic professor Gordon Zahn wrote: “The German Catholic who looked to his religious superiors for spiritual guidance and direction regarding service in Hitler’s wars received virtually the same answers he would have received from the Nazi ruler himself.”
That Catholics obediently followed the direction of their church leaders was documented by Professor Heer. He noted: “Of about thirty-two million German Catholics—fifteen and a half million of whom were men—only seven [individuals] openly refused military service. Six of these were Austrians.” More recent evidence indicates that a few other Catholics, as well as some Protestants, stood up against the Nazi State because of religious convictions. Some even paid with their lives, while at the same time their spiritual leaders were selling out to the Third Reich.
Who Else Was Silent, Who Was Not
As noted above, Professor Heer included Protestant leaders among those who “welcomed the alliance with Hitler.” Is that true?
originally posted by: St0rD
a reply to: Bigbrooklyn
Sure, religions have used our inability to think clearly and turned it against us.
However, at the bare minimum they have also given us a genuine way towards the light by providing some real powerful truths about the reality we all live in. ...