Hitler Says that God is Responsible for Him Leading and Defending Germany

Hitler Says that God is Responsible for Him Leading and Defending Germany

Hitler with Archbishop Cesare Orsenigo, the papal nuncio in Berlin, 1935

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Adolf Hitler says in a New Year's proclamation that, so long as God gives him breath to live, he will defend the Nazi movement and refuse to compromise any of its principles or goals.

According to Hitler:

"Today, more than ever, I am determined to the utmost not to sell out our Movement's right of the firstborn for the cheap substitute of a participation in a government devoid of power. That protest of the astute that we should come from inside and through the back door and gain gradual success is nothing but the same protest which bade us, in 1917 and 1918, to reach an understanding with irreconcilable opponents and then to debate with them peacefully in a League of Nations.

Thanks to the traitors from within, the German Volk surrendered itself to this advice. The Kaiser's lamentable advisors believed that they should not oppose him. But as long as the Almighty gives me life and health, I will defend myself to my last breath against any such attempt and I know that, in this resolve, I have the millions of zealous supporters and fighters of our Movement behind me who did not hope, argue and suffer with the intention of allowing the proudest and greatest uprising of the German Volk to sell its mission for a few ministerial posts!"

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