From............ THE NATION
April 25, 1994
By Edward Sorel
. . . AND DON'T BOTHER WITH THE FACTS Speaking of Time, did you happen to read its article on Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger? In it Nazi Germany is characterized as an "officially atheistic regime." As usual, Time has it all wrong.
In 1939 Hitler addressed the Reichstag, saying,
"I believe today that I am acting in the sense of the Almighty Creator. By warding off the Jews, I am fighting for the Lord's work."
In 1941 he told Gen. Gerhard Engel,
"I am now as before a [Roman] Catholic and will always remain so." Further more, Hitler, who was never excommunicated, mandated that schoolchildren recite a prayer at the beginning of each school day.
Above quote (virtually the same) also found on page 2 of
SHOULD CHRISTIANS SUPPORT ISRAEL ?
By John Hagee Pub. by Dominion Publishers
(BTW: Mr. Hagee adamently answers his title question in the affirmative)
John Hagee's source is:
page 27 ......... The War Against the Jews 1933-1945
by: Lucy S. Dawidowicz
Pub by Bantam Books
TODAY POLAND, TOMORROW HITLERWORLD?
Although the [Roman] Catholic church renounced its ancient animus against Jews, in [Roman] Catholic Poland anti-Semitism persists. That's why we weren't cheered by the news that the Wolf’s Lair—the Nazis' World War II Eastern Front command post — was being turned into a theme park with employees in Wehrmacht uniforms and a Hitler's Bunker disco.