Adolf Hitler's 123rd Birthday Party with Carolyn Yeager, Severus, and Sword Brethren.
William Finck's opening notes:
Adolf Hitler was not a Christian Identist. Like most Nationalists do even today, he also took it for granted that the Old Testament was a jewish book, and often pointed out those qualities in it which seemed to be jewish. Yet Hitler was a Christian, and Hitler understood that Christ was an Aryan if for no other reason than the fact that His very nature was so contrary to the nature of the jews, and so much like the nature of the Aryan. Hitler was not, however, a Judeo-Christian, and while he expressed the importance of the major sects of Christianity in providing a moral foundation for the people of the nation, he really had no care for the clerics, and often pointed out their faults. The major fault Hitler had with the clerics was their missionary work to non-Aryans, as they let Aryans slip into immorality. Hitler certainly understood and insisted that in order to have a healthy folk, it must be a moral folk. Like Hitler, Christian Identists also reject the professional clerics and their missionary activities to alien tribes.
Hitler stood against Globalism. He saw Globalism as a vehicle of both jewish Capitalism and jewish Marxism, and understood correctly that all of these were different arms of the same beast. He understood that the Jew, an international creature, sought to subvert every nation, and was effective at that subversion through the command which he had of international finance. He also understood that the Jew is the destroyer of the integrity of all creation, and especially of our race.