Hitler on Original Sin


Mein Kampf Project:

This is a part of what the jews do not want you to see, so they slander Hitler as a demon, and even go so far as to spread conspiracy theories that he was a jew or a pawn for the jews. Yet Hitler wrote many things in Mein Kampf that prove not only that he was a Bible-believing Christian, but that he also understood the nature of the “original sin” of our Adamic race. Here are but a few pieces of evidence in support of my position on this issue:

“To undermine the existence of human culture by exterminating its founders and custodians would be an execrable crime in the eyes of those who believe that the folk-idea lies at the basis of human existence. Whoever would dare to raise a profane hand against that highest image of God among His creatures would sin against the bountiful Creator of this marvel and would collaborate in the expulsion from Paradise.”

-Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, page 216

Aryan tribes, often almost ridiculously small in number, subjugated foreign peoples and, stimulated by the conditions of life which their new country offered them (fertility, the nature of the climate, etc.), and profiting also by the abundance of manual labour furnished them by the inferior race, they developed intellectual and organizing faculties which had hitherto been dormant in these conquering tribes. Within the course of a few thousand years, or even centuries, they gave life to cultures whose primitive traits completely corresponded to the character of the founders, though modified by adaptation to the peculiarities of the soil and the characteristics of the subjugated people. But finally the conquering race offended against the principles which they first had observed, namely, the maintenance of their racial stock unmixed, and they began to intermingle with the subjugated people. Thus they put an end to their own separate existence; for the original sin committed in Paradise has always been followed by the expulsion of the guilty parties.

-Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, page 165

The sin against blood and race is the hereditary sin in this world and it brings disaster on every nation that commits it.

-Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, page 142

That such a mentality may be possible cannot be denied in a world where hundreds and thousands accept the principle of celibacy from their own choice, without being obliged or pledged to do so by anything except an ecclesiastical precept. Why should it not be possible to induce people to make this sacrifice if, instead of such a precept, they were simply told that they ought to put an end to this truly original sin of racial corruption which is steadily being passed on from one generation to another. And, further, they ought to be brought to realize that it is their bounden duty to give to the Almighty Creator beings such as He himself made to His own image.

-Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, page 228

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