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Jews Outraged, Claim “Hitler’s Only Prayer Was That They Be Wiped Off The Face Of The Earth”


Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan recently placed his statue of “Praying Hitler” in the Warsaw Jewish Ghetto in Poland.

Jewish group, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, called the statue’s placement “a senseless provocation which insults the memory of the Nazis’ Jewish victims.”

Their leader Efraim Zuroff added “As far as the Jews were concerned, Hitler’s only prayer was that they be wiped off the face of the earth”.

The Warsaw ghetto was an area of the city which the German troops sealed off after they invaded Poland. They forced Jews to live there as they awaited deportation to labor camps.

Ghettos were actually invented by the Catholic Church, which also made the Jews wear badges and placed economic restrictions on them throughout the Middle Ages.

In fact on April 26th 1933, Hitler met with the Bishop of Osnabrück Wilhelm Berning and told him:

“As for the Jews, I am just carrying on with the same policy which the Catholic Church has adopted for fifteen hundred years, when it has regarded the Jews as dangerous and pushed them into ghettos.”

On July 20th, the Vatican approved the Reichkonkordat, a treaty with Hitler’s German Reich.


Hitler was baptized and confirmed Catholic and had a very close relationship with his devout Mother, Klara.

As a child, Hitler attended Lambach Abbey, a Catholic monastery in Lambach, Austria and was educated by Benedictine Catholic Monks.

Hitler remained a member of the Catholic Church throughout his life despite the political disapproval of Protestants.

In 1923, his lawyer Lorenz Roder released a very explicit public statement about his religious sincerity. Facing the negative sentiment against Catholics following the failed Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler declared his religious identity and professed he was still a “convinced Catholic.”

On January 30, 1933, Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany. A few months later in March, Hitler publically declared the Catholic Church is “an essential part of German heritage”.

Adolf Hitler fought to unite Germany in much of the same way King Charlemagne had in the past. Germans NEVER called themselves Nazis, that name was actually created by the Jews. (“Ashkenazi” is the Hebrew word for Germany)

Hitler proudly proclaimed his government was the Third Reich (Empire), which paid respect to the First Reich, the Holy Roman Empire founded by King Charlemagne when he was crowned by the Pope in 800.

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