Two questions on Hitler:
Firstly, what are your thoughts on Hitler?
Secondly, how should we as Catholics view Hitler?
Thirdly (and this is only an extension of the first so I don't consider it really a third question)- was Hitler fighting against the (((NWO))) or was he controlled opposition?
I ask these two questions (I consider them as two) so people can say what they think and maybe we can "compare notes" so to speak and try to get to the bottom of things.
I go back and forth on the "third" question- I think he's sincere when I watch him speak but when I take a step back... I can see that he may have been just an extremely talented actor and that he may have been controlled opposition as Henry Makow describes. Also, there is a section in the Protocols which described that they will be in control of opposition.
I think the issue is that people are overly attached to a conclusion on whether or not he was controlled opposition. I'm honestly not sure and I mean.... if you come here with some mind-blowing evidence, I'm open to considering different views. I wouldn't really be surprised either way.
But for the big Hitler fans- my issue is I've seen them deny that he was controlled opposition but.... wasn't it the case that very powerful financial interests like IBM backed him? I believe Anthony Sutton did a book showing something like that. And he also talked about Wall Street and the Bolsheviks so I don't think he's super biased.
My issue is I have never seen the Hitler apologists explain thatyour[/i] thoughts?