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How misinformed are voters of the Party of God about world affairs?

holyheretic 2012/06/22 02:24:16
The voters of the Party of God are not misinformed about world affairs
The voters of the Party of God are clueless about world affairs
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  • Walter Harris 2012/06/27 00:31:37
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    those people who do not know what is going on deserve the out come. they allow the world to go around themselves. on the other hand those that know what is going on is out numbered by those who would rather the gov dictate their lives in the name of "freedom". HAHAHAHAHA
  • holyher... Walter ... 2012/06/27 03:18:25
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... holyher... 2012/06/27 03:38:37
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    use this the next time a christian says they are offended

    christian offended

    christian offended
  • John Hall 2012/06/26 15:58:51
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    not sure.
  • holyher... John Hall 2012/06/27 00:37:35
  • BigFig#9 2012/06/26 04:59:50
    The voters of the Party of God are clueless about world affairs
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    Actually Americans in general are rather ignorant of world affairs but GOPers tend to invent crap that support their beliefs to fill in for what they don't know... My current favorite is that Greece, Spain, Italy and Ireland are in the shape they are in because of Obama like policies when the truth is that it's the Paul Ryan type policies that are sinking them....
  • holyher... BigFig#9 2012/06/26 05:13:39
  • George Zook 2012/06/25 16:13:13
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    GOD is everywhere ... and GOD has no party affiliation ... and those who claim GOD has are treading close to blasphemy
  • holyher... George ... 2012/06/25 19:24:09
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... George ... 2012/06/27 03:39:23
  • Psicolabis 2012/06/24 22:57:06
    The voters of the Party of God are clueless about world affairs
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    The problem is simple... the one thing they read is like 2000 years old or so... we can't spect them to know something recent!
  • holyher... Psicolabis 2012/06/25 05:50:50
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Psicolabis 2012/06/27 03:39:46
  • cosmicventure 2012/06/23 18:28:55
    The voters of the Party of God are clueless about world affairs
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    The voters of the God Party have blinders on. They only see and hear what they want. Free and critical thinking are not required to become one. Party time
  • holyher... cosmicv... 2012/06/23 19:20:06 (edited)
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/23 21:12:49 (edited)
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    Gee, hh, I wonder why Hitler closed all church schools and forced children into the Hitler Youth instead?

    holy moly
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/25 05:57:32
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/25 07:53:18
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    Is your Alzheimer's kicking up again, hh? We've discussed this before, with references.

    But to refresh your failing memory, and for your edification (hah, fat chance), Richard J. Evans, The Third Reich in Power, p. 246.

    evans
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/25 08:03:11 (edited)
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/25 12:46:16
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    My source also says "all denominational schools had been turned into community schools'. Don't you know what that means?

    You didn't ask about the Hitler Youth. Don't you know about compulsory membership in the Hitler Youth?

    holy
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/25 19:46:20 (edited)
  • holyher... holyher... 2012/06/25 19:49:42
  • holyher... holyher... 2012/06/25 19:57:51
  • holyher... holyher... 2012/06/25 20:01:04
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... holyher... 2012/06/27 03:42:30
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/25 21:38:40
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    "Read above: "At the same time, religious instruction classes were reduced in number"."

    You seem to forget, hh, that religious instruction had always been given in Germany even in public schools. The difference by 1939 is that it was now under NAZI auspices, and THEY controlled the curriculum, not the clergy.

    As for your specious quibble about the Hitler Youth (which you had the uncharacteristic good sense not to repeat), also from Evans:

    Evans
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/26 02:48:37
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/26 03:24:27
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    Yes, quibble. The 'German Christian' project FAILED.

    We have been over these points many times, and each time you pretend you haven't been shown the evidence.
    Evans, The Third Reich in Power, p. 249.

    Evans

    A month from now you will be back, making believe you never heard of Evans. Goebbels would approve of your methods, hh.

    holy Goebbels
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/26 03:39:02
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/26 03:58:29
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    Don't try to change the subject, hh.

    We are talking about the closing of church schools in GERMANY and the compulsory enrollment of children in the Hitler Youth.

    Now that you have no factual evidence to back up what you said, you try to run away, as usual. ; )

    holy
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/26 04:51:05 (edited)
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/26 05:10:57
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    "... try to pretend Hitler was a Christian"? Only heretic buffoons and pagan poltroons do that.

    Hitler wasn't excommunicated because he was in effect holding tens of thousands of Catholic clergy hostage. The repercussions of Pius XI's encyclical, "Mit Brennender Sorge," (With Burning Concern) of 1937 were bad enough.

    http://www.vatican.va/holy_fa...

    Here is what it says about education:

    "31. The believer has an absolute right to profess his Faith and live according to its dictates. Laws which impede this profession and practice of Faith are against natural law.
    Parents who are earnest and conscious of their educative duties, have a primary right to the education of the children God has given them in the spirit of their Faith, and according to its prescriptions. Laws and measures which in school questions fail to respect this freedom of the parents go against natural law, and are immoral. The Church, whose mission it is to preserve and explain the natural law, as it is divine in its origin, cannot but declare that the recent enrollment into schools organized without a semblance of freedom, is the result of unjust pressure, and is a violation of every common right."
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/26 08:48:28 (edited)
  • holyher... holyher... 2012/06/26 08:49:28
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/27 00:24:00
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    We've been over this many times too, hh, but of course bumbling buffoons affect not to remember.

    The Catholic Church was trying to save its temporal skin by making a pact (the Reichskonkordat) with a perceived lesser devil against the greater devil of Communism (which had already destroyed the Church in the Soviet Union). Cardinal Faulhaber of Munich, however, had few illusions. He said of the concordat, "With it, we will hang; without it, we will be hanged, drawn and quartered."

    BTW, hh, Alfred Rosenberg’s book, Der Mythus des 20. Jahrhunderts (The Myth of the Twentieth Century) and its sequel WERE put in the Index. How come you never mention that? (as if we didn't know)

    Mein Kampf was long under consideration for inclusion, but was not condemned for fear of obvious deadly reprisals.
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/27 00:30:36
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/27 00:40:53
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/27 03:38:51
  • UGH...L... holyher... 2012/06/27 04:54:41
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    "The Catholics never liked Positive Christianity."

    Positive Christianity was an attempt to Nazify the Protestant church. The Catholics didn't care too much for Protestantism in general.

    ALL of Luther's works were in the Index Librorum Prohibitorium. (which was abolished under Pope Paul VI, something else buffoons and poltroons never mention)
  • holyher... UGH...L... 2012/06/27 07:55:02

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