In the April 28, 2017 episode of Truth Will Out Radio, Sven Longshanks and Dennis Wise denounced attempts to paint Adolf Hitler as non-Christian and railed against the theory of evolution, which they consider a Jewish plot. It’s true, and understandable, that 99.9% of Christians would be offended by the idea of one of the 20th century’s worst dictators would be considered Christian in any sense — leading some to falsely paint the Führer as an atheist.
Based on his writings and speeches, it’s evident that Hitler considered himself a Christian — albeit only by transmogrifying Jesus Christ into an Aryan who “seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders” and fought against the “Jewish poison,” as he put it in a 1922 speech. Regardless of what he considered himself, Hitler was both an evil person and a terrible Christian. That is, unless you’re Sven Longshanks.
“I think they’ve tried very hard to paint Hitler as being anti-Christian,” he complained. “A lot of the propaganda, and a lot of these history documentaries that we see that are presented by Jews and what have you — they’re always trying to make him out to be anti-Christian, and saying that he persecuted the Church.” Longshanks insisted that “if you actually look at his actions” he was actually “the most Christian leader of a nation that we’ve had for the last century.”
He went on to say that Hitler put “Christian principles” into action — you know, as he ruled over Germany, invaded other European countries, and ordered the enslavement and extermination of Jews, Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Poles, the handicapped, LGBT people, and others. Longshanks then compared Hitler to the “ancient kings of old” that we still regard as “great.” “Hitler should be known as ‘Hitler the Great.’ And I expect he will be in centuries to come,” he added.
Dennis Wise, the creator of the Holocaust-denying “documentary” Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story NEVER Told, asserted that “certain organizations” — including Hollywood, the music industry, and, of all things, NASA — have been working on an “agenda of…killing God.” And, he assured listeners, “this is where the theory of evolution comes in.”
According to Wise, the “man-to-the-monkey myth” of evolution was concocted by Jews in order to lead Christian youth astray, and the evidence for this is The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, an infamous anti-Semitic forgery that supposedly lays out the plans for Jewish world domination.
Wise cited Protocol 9, which states in part, “We have fooled, bemused and corrupted the youth of the ‘goyim’ by rearing them in principles and theories which are known to us to be false although it is that they have been inculcated.”
Longshanks agreed with Wise, calling the Protocols a “prophesy” and claiming that most of them came true. He also parroted the usual Creationist talking points, stating that “evolution says that we all come from one ancestor” while Christians ought to believe that “God created the world” and the “separate kinds” of animals which should never mix. And any attempts to mix these “kinds” — or races — would be both “anti-God” and “anti-nature.”
“It breaks all that down. It breaks all of that down. It says that man is no different to an animal. He comes from a monkey. There’s nothing more important about man than any other animal. And if you think you’re no better than an animal, then there’s no encouragement to raise yourself up above the animals. People just behave like the animals.”