“Trust no fox in the hedge or a Jew by his pledge!” Dr. Martin Luther (fresco on the outside wall of a Nazi administration building)
Christianity was seen as being fatally undermined by its Jewish roots. Its widespread adoption was viewed as another example of Jewish subversion of European culture, in this case of its traditional indigenous religions. Members of the SS were encouraged to celebrate pre-Christian festivals and deities, and to commemorate marriages, births, and deaths with traditional folk rituals, accompanied by their ceremonial objects, ancestral symbols, and music, while also incorporating Nazi ideology. Christian antisemitism could still be exploited, however, and Luther’s writings in particular were frequently cited to justify the abuses being inflicted on the Jewish population.
Efforts were also made to subvert the legitimacy of Judaism as a religion:
‘Immorality in the Talmud’ (1935, Rosenberg)
‘Religion of the Talmud’ (1942, Pohl)
‘The Big Shock – the Bible is not God’s Word’ (1936, Ludendorff)
‘The False God’ (Fritsch, Dutch ed. 1941)
‘ Jahwe, Der Gott Der Juden’ (1942 Müller,Harnecker,Sadowski)
‘Der Trug vom Sinai’ (1932, Schulz)
‘The Circumcised Moses’ (1939, Matthießen)
‘Jewish Atrocities from the Bible’ (1936, Naumann)
‘Luthers Christlicher Anitsemitismus Heute’ (1937, Schroth)
‘Martin Luther über die Juden’ (1938, Sasse)
‘Jewry & the Shadow of the Antichrist’ (1933, Ritter)
‘Luther’s Polemics against the Jews’ (1936, Linden)
‘War Jesus ein Jude?’ (1934, Wälsung)
‘War Jesus Jude?’ (1934, Dinter)
‘Jehova – Das Gesetz einer Nation’ (1938, Hildebrandt)
Freemasonry, an international society opposed to racism, was detested by the Nazis who charged it with being part of a world-wide Jewish conspiracy.
FREEMASONRY in FRANCE & ENGLAND . ….
World Freemasonry and Jewry ++ Freemasons, Rabble-rousers, Jews… ++ In the Shadow of Freemasonry and Jewry
A 1943 French film, Occult Forces – The mysteries of Freemasonry unveiled for the first time on the screen shows Freemasons and Jews plotting the war between France and Germany.