Tuesday 28 October 2008

Face it: the Protestant areas voted for Hitler - the Catholic areas did not

Here is the proof that it was in Protestant areas that the Nazis got their highest votes and in the Catholic areas the lowest (save the exception of Berlin, where the common sense and down-to-earth humour of the native Berliners, coupled with a higher Socialist vote, ensured they could never vote for the strutting, jack-booted Nazi popinjays).

[Source: Blog of Fr Ray Blake at: http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/]

The dark area on the first map show the 1933 Nazi vote in Germany.

The second map shows the distribution of Catholics in the 1932 census.

It is immediately obvious that majority Catholic areas didn't vote for Hitler whereas majority Protestant areas did.

Yet Protestant liars persist with the outright fib that Bavaria voted for Hitler. The truth is the exact opposite: Catholic Bavaria rejected Hitler, as did the Catholic Rhineland, and the Catholic parts of Westphalia, Pomerania and Silesia.

Remarkably, it is a nearly exact fit.

The Protestant areas, by contrast, are exactly the areas where the Nazis gained their votes. The only dot of white in the Nazi-voting Protestant areas is Berlin, for the reasons already mentioned.

It could hardly be clearer.

Face it, Protestants, your German co-religionists supported Hitler and the Nazis, some ardently.

Stop lying and start telling the truth, you Protestants who remain in denial, and recognise that your Catholic brothers, like Pius XII, were leading anti-Nazis and that the majority of German Protestants, with some very noble exceptions, sold out to the Nazi Antichrist.

And Catholics make better beer, too!



Anonymous said...

Ah, from Fr Blake's blog, you took my suggestion, aren't you going to credit him?

Anonymous said...

I learned about this in passing during one of my lectures really recently. I found it pretty impressive. Kind of confirms the idea of Catholicism as an antidote to totalitarianism.

Tribunus said...

Correct on all fronts!

Anonymous said...

"And Catholics make better beer, too!"

"Never drink what has been made and sold since the Reformation." Hilaire Belloc.

My many thanks for posting those most helpful maps.

Anonymous said...

Hey, did you ever see the Martin Luther memorial church in Berlin? Chuck full of Nazi symbolism chiseled into the Church. Article on it: http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,2144,1975382,00.html

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget that the Nazi's were also Socialists....... and progressive ones at that.

Anonymous said...

You may like reading this blog which discusses the events of 1930s Germany.


JOSEPH KENNEDY (Family Patriarch & US Ambassdor to the UK)
“As Ambassador to England, Joe would later make clear that he thought the Jews had `brought on themselves’ whatever Hitler did to them. During a 1938 meeting at the German Embassy in London, Kennedy assured the German ambassador that America only wanted friendly relations with Hitler.
Joe said that Hitler’s government had done `great things’ for the country, and that the Germans were `satisfied’ and enjoyed `good living conditions.’ Joe told the ambassador that a recent report which said the limited food in Germany was being reserved for the army could not be true. After all, Joe said, the professor who had made the report `was a Jew.’
Excerpt from “The Sins of the Father”

LORD BEAVERBROOK (Owner of UK’s biggest newspaper)
“There are 20,000 German Jews in England – in the professions, pursuing research. They all work against an accommodation with Germany.”
In a subsequent letter, Beaverbrook adds:
“The Jews have got a big position in the press here. . At last I am shaken. The Jews may drive us into war.”

“It is untrue that I or anyone else in Germany wanted the war in 1939.
It was desired and instigated exclusively by those international statesmen who were either of Jewish descent or worked for Jewish interests.”
– Adolf Hitler, April 29, 1945

“We Jews Are Going to Bring a War On Germany.”
– David A. Brown, National Chairman, United Jewish Campaign, 1934 (quote “I Testify Against The Jews” by Robert Edward Edmondson, page 188 “The Jewish War of Survival” by Arnold Leese, pg 52

“Judea Declares War On Germany!
-London Daily Express 1933

Jon said...

The Protestants were also heavily persecuted. Martyrs like Dietrich Bonhoeffer lead the Christian Protestant charge against the Nazis and ended up dying in a concentration camp.

Tribunus said...

I don't know who you are Mr Scorpion, but you need to read more.

If you see my later blog post you will see that I analyse the reaction of Protestants to Hitler and the Nazis and the results are not good.

The so-called "Deutsche Christen bewegung" - "German Christian Movement" - which was the majority Protestant fraction not only supported Hitler but supported him enthusiastically and even provided the Reich Bishop, Ludwig Mueller, the official Nazi Protestant bishop.

It was only much later that the so-called "Bekennende Kirche" or "Confessing Church" which was very much a minority among Protestants and included Dietrich Bonhoeffer. They did not lead any "charge" against the Nazis because THERE WAS NO "charge" by Protestants - the majority fell in with Hitler and the Reich Bishop.

In 1939, with the approval of 75% of the German Protestant churches, the Eisenacher "Institute for Research and the Elimination of Jewish influence on German Church Life" was founded, led by Walter Grundmann. That is but one example of the weakness of Protestantism during the Hitler regime.

By contrast, the Catholic Church refused to endorse any Nazi doctrines and opposed them, Pope Pius IX issuing his encyclical Mit Brennender Sorge against the Nazi racial doctrines and Bishop Count von Galen outspokenly condemning the Nazi euthanasia programme and other Nazi programmes.

Far, far more Catholics than Protestants were killed in the Nazi camps. FAR more.