Nazi Germany has more ties to the Vatican Jesuit order then I’d personally like to consider. But the truth is, I’ve done much research these last couple of days and the evidence is too striking not to believe.
Upon my investigation not only did I discover Hitler’s role in Jesuit Catholicism, but also the Vatican’s tie to Nazism today. Nazi beliefs did not leave when Hitler left, nor did they arrive when Hitler arrived, nor are they out of the Vatican today. Anti-Semitism and the Hitler mindset reminds a good portion of the order today.
But let’s start from the beginning with Hitler’s parents.
Adolf’s father—Alois Hitler—was baptized a Roman Catholic and remained one his entire life. His received a Catholic burial and was buried on church property upon his death.
Adolf’s Mother—Klara Hitle—was a devote Roman Catholic and attended church regularly. She too received a Roman Catholic burial and was buried next to her husband on the church property, upon her death.
Here are images of the church they were buried at….
Mein Kampf Hitler’s famous book, was edited by a Jesuit Father, named Bernhard Staempfle . Many seem to ignore the fact that this is a direct endorsement, of the Jesuits, to Hitler’s book. (The Secret History of the Jesuits Page 138)