Christian Death Books: First Nazi Auschwitz Prisoners Were Christians: The Forgotten 50 Million Victims Of The Orthodox Christian Holocaust.

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Vatic Note:  Gawd, what a history,  Its amazing what they do not teach us in school and they want us to give them even more control over education and our children?   I don't think so. Its amazing what we do not know about history.  In fact, its amazing the parallels between Russia and Nazi Germany which makes you wonder who were the nazi's, really!  So far, given the gamesmanship used, I would say it was the zionist bankers who were the real nazi's after all.

The best controlled opposition is to pretend you are someone you are not, then make up a victim slang phrase to use everytime truth is told to prevent anyone from listening to the truth since they are too busy listening to the "anti-semitism" accusations used to hide that truth and the bankers.

Remember, the khazars that we always discuss are not Jewish by DNA rather they are turkics.  So this below and everything since, done by these khazars  takes on a different look.  There are so many instances when the turkics of southeast asia and the khazars of Israel and Khazar Ashkenazi's of Europe have come together in cooperation and always seemed to be allies, and I could never figure out why.

Its because they are the same people and have an ungeological nation with no boundaries, rather, its cultural which means "Pagan" and Satanic. Numerous blogs were done to prove those statements.  They meet every year in a "congress" situation to implement their blue print they passed in 1897 at one of their meetings.  Our military intel and congress wrote a report saying that these internationalists were a direct threat to the US and that report can be found in the library of Congress.

I knew that Nazi Germany had killed Catholics/Christians because of what the priest said that survived all this time "First they came for the Communists, and I said nothing, etc, and finally they came for me and there was no one left to protest".  It was a sideways indicator that Christians and Catholics were on their agenda for extermination and since we had evidence of that through the 63 million Christians these Khazars murdered in Russia in 1917

Christian Death Books: First Nazi Auschwitz Prisoners Were Christians: The Forgotten 50 Million Victims Of The Orthodox Christian Holocaust.
Posted by Political Velcraft on August 6, 2011

Death Books

This data base uses the partially preserved Death Books (Sterbebücher) of Auschwitz Concentration Camp prisoners. The 46 volumes of political department (camp Gestapo) record the deaths of almost 69,000 prisoners who were registered in the camp and who died between July 29, 1941 and December 31, 1943. Their names have been entered in the data base.

Limited number of records 
When using the data base, please remember that the death certificates cover only registered prisoners who died in the period mentioned in the previous paragraph.... .

An analysis of the “denomination” item shows that the majority of the registered prisoners in the Death Books were Roman Catholic (31814 persons – 46,8%) and Jewish (“Mosaic”) (29125 persons – 42,8%). Others belonged to the following denominations: Greek Orthodox (3,6%), Evangelical-Lutheran (3,4%), and Greek Catholic (1,6%). This item is left blank on 1,275 (1,9%) death certificates. Memorial Museum Auschwitz
The voice of Pius XII is a lonely voice in the silence and darkness enveloping Europe this Christmas… he is about the only ruler left on the Continent of Europe who dares to raise his voice at all… the Pope put himself squarely against Hitlerism… he left no doubt that the Nazi aims are also irreconcilable with Christian peace.
The New York Times (Dec. 25, 1941, p. 20)
Ms. Cosby (left) is shown as she submits her application for membership in the Downstate N.Y.  Division of the Polish American Congress to President Frank Milewski (right) and Andrew Kaminski, co-chair of the Children of Polish Christian Holocaust Survivors, himself the son of an Auschwitz survivor. Brooklyn N.Y… Flag Day, June 14th, is that special day intended to remind Americans they should honor their country by displaying its flag from their homes and public places.

When Polish Americans raise the Stars and Stripes on Flag Day, many of them can’t help recalling what that date in 1940 symbolizes for some of their families or relatives who lived in German-occupied Poland in World War II. The occupation was not yet ten months old when Hitler and his Nazis opened the gates of Auschwitz to begin their barbaric orgy of torture and murder that was to last there for nearly five long and cruel years.

While the Polish American Congress commemorated the tragic Auschwitz anniversary and honored the memory of those who were forced to endure the evil that dominated there, it also paid tribute to the Polish Underground Resistance which contributed so significantly to the Allied victory over Germany and the eventual liberation of Auschwitz.  Polish Americans remember June 14, 1940 because the first group of victims condemned to suffer or die in this hell hole the Germans created was a transport of 728 Polish prisoners who arrived there from Tarnow that opening day. For the first two years of the death camp’s existence, the majority of Auschwitz inmates was Polish.

Mass transports of Jews began in 1942 after the Germans devised the “Final Solution.” (VN: as you know that is still under controversy)   By the time the Holocaust ended, the largest group which perished there was the Jews and Poles were the second largest. As guest speaker at the commemoration, Emmy award-winning journalist, TV host and N.Y. Times bestselling author Rita Cosby was able to provide a special insight to Poland’s relentless and heroic fight to free itself from the German occupation.

It came through the testimony of her father which she recorded in her new book, “Quiet Hero – Secrets From My Father’s Past.” Ms. Cosby’s father, Richard Kossobudzki, was a member of Poland’s Underground Resistance, the largest and most effective resistance in all German-occupied Europe.

His story is one of courage and determination and so compelling that the book has now become a bestseller. “Richard Cosby and his Resistance comrades are true heroes in our historic fight for freedom.  Without their courage, Solidarity would never have won its final battle,” said Lech Walesa, former president of
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In Memory Of The 50 Million Victims Of The Orthodox Christian Holocaust

History Of Asia Minor: 1894-1923 During 1894-1923 the Ottoman Empire conducted a policy of Genocide of the Christian population living within its extensive territory.

The Sultan, Abdul Hamid, first put forth an official governmental policy of genocide against the Armenians of the Ottoman Empire in 1894. Systematic massacres took place in 1894-1896 when Abdul savagely killed 300,000 Armenians throughout the provinces.

Massacres recurred, and in 1909 government troops killed, in the towns of Adana alone, over 20,000 Christian Armenians. When WW1 broke out the The Ottoman Empire was ruled by the “Young Turk” dictatorship which allied itself with Germany.  Turkish government decided to eliminate the whole of the Christian population of Greeks, Armenians, Syrians and Nestorians.

The government slogan, “Turkey for the Turks”, served to encourage Turkish civilians on a policy of ethnic cleansing. The next step of the Armenian Genocide began on 24 April 1915 with the mass arrest, and ultimate murder, of religious, political and intellectual leaders in Constantinople and elsewhere in the empire.

Then, in every Armenian community, a carefully planned Genocide unfolded:
Arrest of clergy and other prominent persons, disarmament of the population and Armenian soldiers serving in the Ottoman army, segregation and public execution of leaders and able-bodied men, and the deportation to the deserts of the remaining Armenian women, children and elderly.  Renowned historian Arnold Toynbee wrote that ”the crime was concerted very systematically for there is evidence of identical procedure from over fifty places.”

Being a lover of freedom, when the revolution came in Germany, I looked to the universities to defend it, knowing that they had always boasted of their devotion to the cause of truth; but, no, the universities immediately were silenced.

Then I looked to the great editors of the newspapers whose flaming editorials in days gone by had proclaimed their love of freedom; but they, like the universities, were silenced in a few short weeks… Only the Catholic Church stood squarely across the path of Hitler’s campaign for suppressing truth.

I never had any special interest in the Church before, but now I feel a great affection and admiration because the Church alone has had the courage and persistence to stand for intellectual truth and moral freedom.
I am forced thus to confess that what I once despised I now praise unreservedly.

– Albert Einstein December 23, 1940 issue of Time magazine on page 38

The Genocide started from the border districts and seacoasts, and worked inland to the most remote hamlets.  Over 1.5 million Armenian Christians, including over 4,000 bishops and priests, were killed in this step of the Genocide.

The Greek Christians, particularly in the Black Sea area known as Pontus, who had been suffering from Turkish persecutions and murders all the while, saw the Turks turn more fiercely on them as WW1 came to a close.  The Allied Powers, at a peace conference in Paris in 1919, rewarded Greece for her support by inviting Prime Minister Venizelos to occupy the city of Smyrna with its rich hinterlands, and they placed the province under Greek control.

This action greatly angered the Turks.  The Greek occupation was a peaceful one but drew immediate fire from Turkish forces in the outlying areas.
When the Greek army farmed out to protect its people, a full-fledged war broke out between Greece and Turkey (the Greco-Turkish war). The Treaty of Sevres, signed in 1920 to end WW1 and which provided for an independent Armenia, was never ratified.

The treaty’s terms changed not long after the ink dried as England, France and Italy each began secretly bargaining with Mustafa Kemel (Ataturk) in order to gain the right to exploit oil fields in the Mozul (now Iraq).   Betrayed by the Allied Powers, the Greek military front, after 40 long months of war, collapsed and retreated as the Turks began again to occupy Asia Minor. September 1922 signaled the end of the Greek and Armenian presence in the city of Smyrna.

On 9 September 1922, the Turks entered Smyrna; and after systematically murdering the Armenians in their own homes, the forces of Ataturk turned on the Greeks whose numbers had swelled, with the addition of refugees who had fled their villages in Turkey’s interior, to upwards of 400,000 men, women and children. The conquering Turks went from house to house, looting, pillaging, raping and murdering the population.

Finally, when the wind had turned so that it was blowing toward the sea so that the small Turkish quarter at the rear of the city was not in danger, Turkish forces, led by their officers, poured kerosene on the buildings and homes of the Greek and Armenian sectors and set them afire.  Thus, any remaining live inhabitants of the city were flushed out to be caught between a wall of fire and the sea.

The pier of Smyrna became a scene of final desperation as the approaching flames forced many thousands to jump to their death or to be consumed by fire. The Allied warships and shore patrol of the French, British and American military were eyewitnesses to the events.  George Horton, the American Consul in Smyrna, likened the finale at Smyrna to the Roman destruction of Carthage.  He is quoted in Smyrna (1922, written by Marjorie Dobkin) as saying:

"Yet there was not fleet of Christian battleships at Carthage looking on a situation for which their governments were responsible.”  This horrible act unleashed the last phase of the genocide against the Christians of Turkish Asia Minor.

On 9 September 1997, a series of speakers and memorial services, honoring the memory of the 3.5 million Christians who were murdered by Turkish persecutions from 1894-1923, were held in the greater Baltimore Washington area.

The memorial service was conducted by the choirs of St. Mary’s Armenian Church, St. Katherine’s Greek Orthodox Church, Fr. George Alexson of St. Katherine’s, Fr. Vertanes Katayjian of St. Mary’s and other Orthodox clergy. The 75th anniversary of the Christian Holocaust was memorialized on 9 September 1997, the date in 1922 of the destruction of the city of Smyrna.

This memorial honors the memory of over 3.5 million Christians who were murdered by Turkish persecutions from 1894-1923. Not only was this the memorial of the Holocaust of Smyrna (now Izmir) and the martyrdom of Smyrna’s Metropolitan Chrysostomos, but also of the 3.5 million Christians who perished during the first Holocaust of this century. But the events of 1922 are not an isolated incident.

The atrocities committed by Turkish forces against a civilian population began before WW1 and have never ended.  This event seeks to expose the continuum of a Turkish campaign of persecution, deportation, and murder designed to rid Asia of its Christian populace.

1914 400,000 conscripts perished in forced labor brigades
1922 100,000 massacred or burned alive in Smyrna
1916-1922 350,000 Pontions massacred or killed during forced deportations
1914-1922 900,000 perish from maltreatment, starvation and massacres; total of all other areas of Asia Minor
TOTAL: 1,750,000 Greek Christians martyred 1914-1922
1894-1896 300,000 massacred
1915-1916 1,500,000 perish in massacres and forced deportations (with subsidiaries to 1923)
1922 30,000 massacred or burned alive in Smyrna
TOTAL: 1,800,000 Armenian Christians martyred 1894-1923

1915-1917 100,000 Christians massacred

The native population of Asia Minor traces its Christian roots to the early days of Christianity.  the Armenians, an ancient people, trace their origins back 2500 years.  In 301 AD. the Armenian King Dftad declared Christianity as the kingdom’s official religion, making Armenia the first Christian political state in the world.

The migration of Greek tribes to Asia Minor began just before 2,000 BC and the Greeks built dozens of cities such as Smyrna, Phocaea, Pergamon, Ephesus and Byzantium (Constantinople).

The native inhabitants of Asia Minor, among the first to accept the message of Christianity, were later to be persecuted and uprooted from their lands because of that same faith.  Turkish tribes plagued the region.  Later another tribe, the Oyuz Turks who embraced Islam and ultimately produced the Ottoman Turks, conquered Persia, the Caliphate of Baghdad, and then the whole area presently occupied by Syria, Iraq and Palestine.

Under the Ottoman Empire the Christians suffered a steady decline.  Forced conversions to Islam, the abduction of children to serve in the fanatical Janissary corps, persecutions and oppression reduced the Christian population.  Oppression intensified, leading to Genocide.

Christian clergy were a constant target of Turkish persecution, particularly once the 1894 policy of Armenian genocide had been declared by sultan Abdul Hamid. Victims of horrible torture, many Orthodox clergy were martyred for their faith.  Among the first was Metropolitan Chrysostomos who was martyred, not just to kill a man but, to insult a sacred religion and an ancient and honorable people.

Chrysostomos was enthroned as Metropolitan of Smyrna on 10 May 1910.  Metropolitan Chrysostomos courageously opposed the anti Christian rage of the turks and sought to raise international pressure against the persecution of Turkish Christians.  He wrote many letters to European leaders and to the western press in an effort to expose the genocide policies of the Turks.  In 1922, in unprotected Smyrna, Chrysostomos said to those begging him to flee:  “It is the tradition of the Greek Church and the duty of the priest to stay with his congregation.”

On 9 September crowds were rushing into the cathedral for shelter when Chrysostomos, pale from fasting and lack of sleep, led his last prayer.  The Divine Liturgy ended as Turkish police came to the church and led Chrysostomos away.  The Turkish General Nouredin Pasha, known as the “butcher of Ionia”, first spat on the Metropolitan and informed him that a tribunal in Angora (now Ankara) had already condemned him to death.  A mob fell upon Chrysostomos and tore out his eyes.  Bleeding profusely, he was dragged through the streets by his beard.

He was beaten and kicked and parts of his body were cut off.  All the while Chrysostomos, his face covered with blood, prayed: “Holy Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.”  Every now and then, when he had the strength, he would raise his hand and bless his persecutors; a Turk, realizing what the Metropolitan was doing, cut off his hand with a sword.

Metropolitan Chrysostomos was then hacked to pieced by the angry mob. Among the hundreds of Armenian clergy who were persecuted and murdered were Bishop Khosrov Behrigian and Very Reverend Father Mgrdich’ Chghladian. Bishop Behrigian (1869-1915) was born in Zara and became the primate for the Diocese of Caesarea/Kayseri in 1915.  He was arrested by Turkish police upon his return from Etchmiadzin where he had just been consecrated bishop.  Informed of his fate, the bishop asked for a bullet to the head.

Deliberately ignoring his request, the police tied him to a “yataghan” where sheep were butchered an then proceeded to hack his body apart while he was still alive. Father Chghladian was born in Tatvan.  In May 1915, as part of the campaign of mass arrests, deportations and murders, the priest was tortured and displayed in a procession, led by sheiks and dervishes while accompanied by drums, through the streets of Dikranagerd.  Once the procession returned to the mosque, in the presence of government officials, the sheiks poured oil over the priest and burned him alive.

Four of the martyred bishops who were murdered between 1921-1922 are today elevated to sainthood in the Greek Orthodox Church:  They are, in addition to Metropolitan Chrysostomos, Bishops Efthimios, Gregorios and Ambrosios. Bishop Efthimios of Amasia was captured by the Turkish police and tortured daily for 41 days.  In the last days of his life he chanted his own funeral memorial until finally dying in his cell on 29 May 1921.

Three days later a written order for his execution arrived from Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk).

Metropolitan Gregorios of Kydonion remained with his church until the end, helping 20,000 of his 35,000 parishioners escape to Mytilene and other free parts of Greece.  On 3 October 1922, the remaining 15,000 Orthodox Christians were executed; the Metropolitan was saved in order to be buried alive. Metropolitan Ambrosios of Moshonesion, along with 12 priests and 6,000 Christians, were sent by the Turks on a forced deportation march to Central Asia Minor.

All of them perished on the road, some slain by Turkish irregulars and civilians, the remainder left to die of starvation.  Bishop Ambrosios died on 15 September 1922 when Turkish police nailed horseshoes to his feet and then cut his body into pieces. “I was five or six years old in 1922, and I still remember the songs of Akrita and the mourning of the Greek women who carried baskets full of severed heads down from the mountains.

I will never forget the women who suddenly realized that one of the heads in the basket she carried was that of her son.” - Constantine Koukides, refugee from Pontius “I have given orders to my Death Units to exterminate without mercy or pity, men, women, and children belonging to the Polish speaking race.  It is only in this manner we can acquire the vital territory which we need.  After all, who remembers the extermination of the Armenians?” - Adolf Hitler, 22 August 1939

 THE UKRAINIAN HOLOCAUST OF 1932-33Sixty-five years ago, between seven and twelve million Ukrainians were systematically and deliberately starved to death in Ukraine, the “Bread Basket of Europe”. Long before there was a Russia, Kyivan Rus’ (Ukraine) was a free and fiercely independent nation.  Indeed, it was to Ukraine that Christianity was first delivered by St. Andrew – the First called Apostle – and only much later, from Ukraine, on to Russia.

In the 13th century Kvivan Rus’ was decimated by invasions from Asia; and by the time the invaders were driven back, the base of power had shifted North to Muscovy.  For centuries thereafter, Ukraine was subjugated to Tsarist Russia.  Then in 1918, following the murder of the Tsar and his family by the Communists, the Ukrainians declared Ukraine a free and independent country, just as it was centuries before there even was a Russia.

Communist forces eventually recaptured the land and once again, as in the time of the Tsars, Ukraine would become little more than a part of a larger whole.  But as never before in their long history, Ukrainians would be forced to pay a dreadfully high price in their survival as a people.  Probably more than other Bolsheviks, Stalin had an exceedingly low opinion of peasants; for he considered them to be incurably conservative and a major barrier to revolutionary change.

And because Ukrainians were an overwhelmingly peasant people, among whom native nationalism was on the rise, they were doubly vulnerable to his designs.  Ukraine continued to be a land of innumerable villages of peasants working the land, with the Orthodox Church and traditional values dominating their lives.

Perhaps most galling for the Bolshevik revolutionaries was the fact that the peasant showed little inclination for sharing their dreams of a Communist utopia. Stalin’s plans for industrial expansion were based on the state purchasing cheap grain, from the peasants, which would be sold abroad at a profit; the proceeds would then be used to finance the industrialization of the nation.

But the prices that the state offered, often at one eighth of the market price, were so low that the peasants refused to sell their grain.  Infuriated by what he called “sabotage”. Stalin ordered an all-out drive for total collectivization.  All land and all property, including livestock, were to be taken away from private ownership and given over to the state.  Small farms were to be incorporated into huge Collectives.  The plan was accompanied by such brutality and horror that it can only be described as war waged by the regime against the peasantry.

It was to be one of the most traumatic events in Ukraine history. Those who resisted most stubbornly were shot.  Others were deported to forced labor camps in the Arctic and Siberia.  The rest were deprived of all their property – including their homes and personal belongings – barred from the collective farms, and told to fend for themselves.  In the winter of 1929-30 hundreds of thousands of peasants and their families were dragged from their homes, packed into freight trains, and shipped thousands of miles to the north where they were dumped amidst Arctic wastes, often without food or shelter.

In this way a large part of Ukraine’s most industrious and efficient farmers ceased to exist. When even these severe measures failed to have the desired effect, the government dispatched thousands of urban workers to implement its policies in the villages.  Their efforts produced pandemonium and outrage; often officials were beaten or shot.  The most common form of protest, however, was the slaughter of farm animals. Determined not to let the government have their livestock, peasants preferred to kill their animals instead.

Between 1928 and 1932 Ukraine lost about 50% of its livestock.  Because of poor transportation facilities, much of the grain which was produced either spoiled or was eaten by rats.  Even more serious was the lack of draught animals, many of which had been slaughtered earlier. Government officials were confident, however, that they could provide enough new tractors to replace the missing horses and oxen.

But the production of tractors fell badly behind schedule, and a very high percentage of those which were delivered broke down almost immediately. As a result, in 1931 almost one third of the grain yield was lost during the harvest.  To make matters worse, a drought hit southern Ukraine in 1931.

The Ukraine continued to resist and to dream of a free and independent nation; and since Joseph Stalin could not kill that dream, he first decided to deport all Ukrainians to other parts of the Soviet Union.  Discovering that there were too many of them to move, Stalin decided to kill the dreamers instead; and his weapon of choice was a man-made, artificial famine which was designed to eliminate the troublemakers and force the survivors into total, complete submission.

The famine which occurred in 1932-33 was to be for Ukrainians what the Holocaust was to the Jews, and what the Massacres of 1915 were for the Armenians.  A tragedy of unfathomable proportions, it traumatized the nation, leaving it with deep social, psychological, political,  and demographic scars that it still carries to this very day. The central fact about the famine is that is did not have to happen.

Food was available; but the state confiscated most of it for its own use.  All crops were requisitioned by the Soviet government and shipped elsewhere.  This confiscation of food included seed which was intended for spring planting.

Any man, woman or child caught taking even a handful of grain from a government silo could be, and often was, executed. In Moscow a law was enacted stipulating that no grain could be given to the peasants until the government’s full quota had been met.  Gangs of party activists conducted brutal house-to-house searches, tearing up floors and delving into wells in search of any grain which remained.  In fact, if a person did not appear to be starving, he was suspected of hoarding food.
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Famine, which had been spreading throughout 1932, hit full force early in 1933.  Lacking bread, peasants ate pets, rats, bark, leaves, and the garbage from the well provisioned kitchens of Communist Party members.  Whole villages were erased and people were dying by the tens of thousands.  Cannibalism existed.  At first cannibals were shot on the spot, but later were thrown into concentration camps.

The most terrifying sights were the little children with skeleton limbs dangling from balloon like abdomens.  Cordons of troops prevented peasants from entering cities; those who managed to break through wandered about until they fell in the streets.  Such people were loaded onto trucks, together with the corpses, and dumped into pits outside of the city. With the climbing death rate during the famine, the publication of death statistics was forbidden by the Soviet government.

When deaths due to famine took on major proportions in Ukraine in 1932-33, physicians certifying the cause of death were forbidden to name the killer – starvation.  The word ”holod” (hunger) was decreed as counter-revolutionary, and no one valuing his own life and those of his relatives dared use it publicly.  When the results of the census of 1937, for example, revealed shockingly high mortality rates, Stalin had the leading census takers shot.

Elsewhere there was no famine – much of Russia proper barely experienced it – but the borders of Ukraine had been sealed by the secret police; there was no escape.  The Ukrainians had been sentenced to death.  And thus, the greatest genocide in history was systematically accomplished.

A noteworthy aspect of the famine was the attempt to erase it from public consciousness; the Soviet position was to deny that it had occurred at all.  To curry Stalin’s favor, for example, Walter Duranty – the Moscow based reporter of the New York Times, repeatedly denied the existence of a famine in his articles (while privately estimating that about ten million people may have starved to death).

For the “profundity, impartiality, sound judgment and exceptional clarity” of his dispatches from the USSR, Duranty received the Pulitzer Prize in 1932. Yet, even to this very day, there are those who deny or minimize the Ukrainian Holocaust to such a degree that it is being referred to as “the hidden holocaust of the twentieth century”.  In 1984, for example, a documentary film entitled HARVEST OF DESPAIR was shown on Canadian television.

This film won numerous prizes at World Film Festivals and a 1986 Academy award nomination; yet all three top commercial networks in America refused to show it.  As recently as 1994, the New Jersey state legislators were being pressured to exclude the Ukrainian Holocaust from Resolution A-589 (The Holocaust Education Bill).  Media coverage has been just as one-sided about the Greek, Armenian, Syrian and Nestorians Holocausts of 1984-1923 and, more recently, the Serbian Holocaust.

The atrocities against Christians – especially Orthodox Christians – continue to this day!
Of all the Christian confessions, it has been the Eastern Orthodox Church which has suffered the brunt of persecutions in the 20th century.
In the first two decades, there were massacres of Orthodox Greeks, Slavs, and Armenians in the Ottoman empire, culminating in the 1915 genocide of the Armenians in Anatolia and the near destruction of the ancient Assyrian community in Iraq.

In 1923, the entire Orthodox population of Asia Minor was forced to leave their homes, bringing to a close a 2000 year Christian presence. During the Second World War, two groups of Orthodox Christians were especially targeted for genocide by the Nazis and their allies – the Gypsies and the Orthodox Serbs of Bosnia and Croatia, while the population of Greece, Serbia, European Russia, and Ukraine were designated by the Nazis to serve as slave labor for the Third Reich.

By special order of Heinrich Himmler (21 April 1942), clergyman from the East (as opposed to their counterparts from Western Europe) were to be used for hard labor. At the same time the Orthodox suffered in greater proportion to any other Christian group at the hands of the Communists, who sought to completely eliminate religion. First in Russia and Ukraine, then in Eastern Europe, in Greece during its civil war (1945-49), and in Ethiopia, the Orthodox Church was the principle target for attach, subversion, or destruction.

Finally, the Orthodox of the Middle East have found themselves caught in the crossfire of the conflicts between Muslim and Jew in Israel and the West Bank, and the civil war between Maronites, Muslims, and Palestinians in Lebanon.

Between the tolls exacted from prisons, concentration camps, forced marches and exiles, warfare, famine, and brutal military occupation, it is reasonable to conclude that up to 50 million Orthodox Christians have perished in the first eight decades of the twentieth century. Even in the United States, where so many Orthodox have found refuge, the Orthodox Native Americans of the Aleutian Islands were forcibly interned during World War II and many of their churches deliberately destroyed by the U.S. Army.
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Unfortunately, the depth and range of the Orthodox suffering throughout the world in this century, remains largely unknown and unappreciated in the West. 1987 – 1997Harassment of the Orthodox Church in the former Soviet Union continued through the Gorbachev era.  Many of the churches supposedly returned to the Orthodox between 1988 and 1990 were in Western Ukraine.

This was part of an attempt by the KGB to sow open discord between Orthodox and Catholics – only 100 churches were returned in Russia itself.  The KGB continued to target Orthodox clergymen involved in the struggle for religious freedom and democratization; in 1990 several prominent priests, among them Fr. Alexander Men, were murdered.

It was only under President Boris Yeltsin that full freedom was restored to the Orthodox and other Russian based confessions.  In other parts of the former Soviet Union, notably in Uzbekistan and Tadjikistan, the governments have continued to limit the rights of the religious and ethnic minorities. The triumph of democracy in Poland has not led to full religious freedom for members of its 1 million strong Orthodox minority.

Although the height of anti Orthodox activity seems to have peaked in 1991 after several Orthodox churches and an historic monastery were vandalized, Orthodox continue to be viewed as second-class citizens in Poland; where they are described in a secret Foreign Ministry report as an “alien body in Poland’s state organism.”  Laws on religious education in the schools have virtually established the Roman Catholic Church to the detriment of both the Orthodox and the Lutherans; and Orthodox believers continue to complain of petty harassment endured at the local level.

In Slovakia, the government in 1991 announced its intention to review ownership of the country’s 125 Orthodox parishes.  Since that time, over 90 church buildings have been taken away from the Orthodox and given to the Catholics; and the Orthodox have been blocked by local officials from constructing new edifices, opening schools, or holding services.

Even the official policy of the vatican announced 16 July 1990, which counseled Slovak Catholics to share disputed properties with the Orthodox, has been ignored. The wars in the former Yugoslavia have been disastrous for the Orthodox.  The Croatian government has all but liquidated the Orthodox Church in its territory, beginning with the dynamiting of the residence and library of the Orthodox Metropolitan of Zagreb on 11 April 1992.

Following the Croatian offensive of fall 1995 and the departure of over 200,000  Orthodox Serbs in Diocese in Krajina. (which brought a total of over 800,000 displaced Orthodox Christians), four dioceses of the Serbian Orthodox Church ceased to exist.  In Croat controlled territory in Bosnia, the Orthodox Bishop of Mostar was driven from his see, and most of the Orthodox population was expelled.  Estimates are that over 154 Orthodox churches in the territory of Bosnia and Croatia were deliberately destroyed.  On March 25, 1999 NATO began bombing of Kosovo in Serbia.

It is one of the tragic ironies of History that Western “Christian” nations have joined forces to eradicate Serbs in Kosovo who are accused of “Ethnic cleansing”.  History repeats itself —-Kosovo was the site 500 years ago of the Christian Resistance to the Turks. In Turkey and Turkish occupied Cyprus the position of the Orthodox continues to deteriorate.

Despite international guarantees contained within the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne, the Turkish government continues to enforce the closure of the famous Halki Orthodox Theological Academy in Istanbul.  Families of those Orthodox illegally expelled in the 1950′s and 1960′s have never been allowed to return to their homes, again in contravention of the 1923 treaty guaranteeing their right to do so.

On Cyprus, 450 Orthodox Churches on the northern part of the island have been desecrated; some have become night clubs while others have been turned into public toilets.  Other churches and historical monuments, some dating back to the 5th century, have been looted and left to rot away.

There is a sustained campaign to remove entirely the last traces of the 2000 year old Orthodox presence from occupied Cyprus. In Egypt, the Orthodox continue to suffer from the many restrictions placed on their ability to function in the economic and political life of the country.

There are many rules hindering their ability to build and repair churches, and they are increasingly becoming targets for armed attacks by Muslim extremists.  In the past two years, dozens of Orthodox villagers in Upper Egypt have been murdered by Islamic gunmen. In India Orthodox Christians report increased harassment on the part of both Hindu and Muslim extremists, with isolated attacks and vehement rhetoric demanding their removal from the Indian landscape.
The government of the United States prides itself on its commitment to defending religious liberty.  In the Middle East and Eastern Europe, however, the United States is seen as supporting only those churches who possess sufficient “influence” in Washington, while ignoring the plight of the Orthodox.  Events over the last ten years have tended to confirm that assessment.

During the 1980′s, the Immigration and Naturalization Service gave refugee status to any Soviet citizen who applied on religious grounds – except for members of the Orthodox Church.  The very church which had suffered the most under Soviet rule, whose churches continued to be closed and her clergy arrested until 1988, was not considered to be a “persecuted” church by the American government.
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After 1989, Orthodox Christians in both Poland and Slovakia warned the United States government that they were “at risk” as religious minorities.  In 1991 the Congress of Russian Americans prepared two reports for the Commission of security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE: July & september 1991) warning of the dangers and asking that guarantees be obtained for the rights of the Orthodox in those nations.

No action was taken, and at this time there is no indication that the US has pressed to secure the rights of these minorities in either Poland or Slovakia.  There is also no indication that the US has ever linked economic assistance to either country or entry into the NATO alliance with improvements in the situation of their religious minorities. Despite the large amount of economic and military assistance received by Turkey, there is no indication that the US has ever been prepared to use this leverage to secure the rights of the Orthodox minority, even though Turkey is bound by its own constitution and its international obligations to allow the Orthodox to maintain schools and other institutions. (VN: That is because America is now controlled by the same Khazars that have prosecuted Christians for interfering with their attempts to Satanize America.)

In contrast, US senators have often publicly and vocally called for American assistance to Russia to be made conditional on Russia’s acceptance of American Protestant missionaries. Persecution and harassment of the Orthodox continues because of a belief that the United States is not interested in their fate, and that America will not undertake any effort (other than occasional lip service) to secure religious freedom for the Orthodox.

In turn, Orthodox leaders around the world are watching closely to see whether or not future initiatives on religious freedom which emanate from the US are truly based on principle, or whether American policy will be selective in terms of who is faulted and who is exonerated. The One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Orthodox Church has suffered greatly in this century, and continues to be a martyr church in many parts of the world.

If the US chooses to ignore this fact for political gain, then the cause of religious freedom – for all – will be gravely compromised. This information was borrowed from:
  • The Library of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church USA - Ukraine, A History
  • Ukrainian Orthodox League of the USA – Ukrainian Affairs Committee
  • 3. The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies – University of Toronto
  • 4. Ukrainian Orthodox League Bulletin – October 1998
  • 5. Greek Orthodox Diocese of Denver Diocesan News: Dr. Nicholas Gvosdev – August 1998
  • 6. Federation of Hellenic Societies of the Greater Baltimore Washington Region: Heritage Publications – 1997
(Editors Notes: We cannot even well imagine but “50 Million Victims Of The Orthodox Christian Holocaust” is not the correct number, as we have learned from Alexander Solzhenitsyn that more then 66.5 million Orthodox Christians also perished from 1917 and onward during the times of the Soviet Union. Secondly the New Martyrs of Serbia are increasing, the killing of innocent people, the destruction of Churches, Monasteries, Cemeteries, and homes, as well as a massive killings of Serbian Orthodox Christians, and countless missing people.)
Holy New Priest Martyr Stefan of Kosovo, Pray Unto GOD For Us! Holy New Martyrs, and Confessors Of Holy Orthodox Faith, Pray Unto GOD For Us! GLORY BE TO GOD FOR ALL THINGS! Compiled by Rev. Archimandrite Nektarios Serfes Boise, Idaho U.S.A. October 1999 Written by Reverend Father Raphael Moore (Reprinted from Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church Sioux Falls, SD., Protopresbtyer Benjamin Henderson, Priest) Serfes

The Gates OF Hell Shall Not Prevail

All we ever hear from the wild-eyed critics of the Catholic Church, including the dissidents within, is that the Church had better “get with it” and change its teachings on abortion, homosexuality and women’s ordination.

Yet it is precisely those religious institutions that are the most liberal on these issues—the mainline Protestant denominations—that are collapsing. Not so the Catholic Church. Indeed, its numbers are going north while the mainline denominations are going south.

The latest findings by the “Emerging Models of Pastoral Leadership” project, a collaborative effort with Georgetown University‘s Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, are illuminating. In the last 40 years, the Catholic population has increased by 75 percent; it has grown by 50 percent since 1990.
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More important, Catholic attendance at Mass is up 15 percent since 2000. And in the last five years, contributions have increased by 14 percent. It is also important to note that there has been a 40 percent increase in Latinos in the Church over the past five years.

Shedding more light on the statistics is a study released a few months ago by the Pew Research Center‘s Forum on Religion. Its “Landscape Survey” found that of those Catholics who have left the Church, roughly half became unaffiliated while the other half became Protestant.
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Regarding the latter half, only 23 percent did so because of the Church’s teachings on abortion and homosexuality; only 16 percent left because of the way women are treated. Importantly, two-thirds of these Catholics elected to join a Protestant evangelical church.
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In other words, disaffected Catholics who left for another religion, opted to join a more conservative church. That they did not run down the block in search of a mainline denomination—one that entertains the liberal agenda on issues governing sexuality and women—is telling.
  1. Joseph Goebbels 1930′s Pedophile Modus Operandi Propaganda, to smear the Catholic Church.
The difference between then and now is that the National Socialists Party (Nazis) were retaliating against the severe criticism of the Nazi Party by Pope Pius XI. Now, it is being done to discredit the Moral Authority Of The Holy Catholic Church World Wide – even though the Roman Catholic Church is statistically the lowest of all entities in the world for sexual abuse cases.
It’s time some people took a hard look at the data and made some hard choices. This is great news for the Catholic Church.
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Contact our director of communications about Donohue’s remarks: Jeff Field Phone: 212-371-3191 E-mail: cl@catholicleague.org Catholic League
The charity and work of Pope Pius XII during World War II so impressed the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Israel Zolli, that in 1944 he was open to the grace of God which led him into the Catholic faith. As his baptismal name, he took the same one Pius had, Eugenio, as his own. Later Israel Eugenio Zolli wrote a book entitled, Why I Became a Catholic.
  1. Remembering Bloomberg’s New York City Propagandists Exploitation Of 911 Victims: Proposes Gay Practitioner Victims Over 5 Million Catholic Victims Exterminated In Hitler’s Holocaust.
  2. Global Awakening ~ Behold Is Suddenly Upon You: Roman Catholic Church Condemns Global Warming Scheme.
  3. Bloomberg Stalls Rebuilding Of Catholic Greek/Russian Church, Destroyed On 9/11 By Islamic State Religion!
  4. Powers The Queen Has Toppled, Leaves Two Remaining: The United States And The Roman Catholic Church!
  5. CNN Reporter Arrested In Central Park With Rope Around His Neck And Tied To His Penis – While CNN Cafferty Smears The Catholic Church, Using 1930′s Nazi Pedophile Modus Operandi Propaganda! A Dismissed Case From The 1950′s
  6. Roman Catholic Vlad Tepes: Impaled The Muslim Brotherhood, Thus Saving His Country From The Islamic Headcutters Of The Ottoman Empire.
  7. ObamaNation raped & killed 1,000 Christians
  8. Out Of Africa: Kenyan-Born Obama, All Set For 2004 US Senate ~ Christians, All Set To Die.
“I  would  not  believe  the  Gospels  unless  moved  thereto  by  the  Catholic Church.” † -  St. Augustine  of  Hippo ††

As more homosexual and/or pedophile priest scandals selectively air on media across Europe, we should be ashamed of the offenders and those who sheltered them and oppressed the victims.
The guilty should be weeded out, removed from office and handed over to the civil authorities where they are guilty of crimes. Systems to avoid abuse must be established and rigorously maintained, and victims should be justly compensated for their suffering. However, Penn State professor Philip Jenkins (who is not a Catholic) has written the most objective book on the subject, and he summarizes his arguments in this excellent article. In light of his work, we should remember some basic facts and principles:
  • Priestly celibacy is not the issue – married men are more likely to abuse children than unmarried
  • Most child abuse takes place within the home.
  • All religious groups have pedophile scandals, and the Catholics (while the largest religious group) are at the bottom of the list statistically.
  • Child abuse is prevalent in all areas of society: schools, youth organizations, sports, etc.
  • Statistically, of all the professions, Christian clergy are least likely to offend. Doctors, Farmers and Teachers are the professions most likely to abuse children–not clergy.
  • Among clergy offenders Catholic priests are least likely to offend.
  • Catholic cases of pedophilia make more headlines because of anti Catholic prejudice and because the Catholic Church is bigger and more lucractive to sue.
  • Pedophilia and Euphebophilia are different problems. The former is sexual attraction to pre-pubescent children. The latter is attraction to teenagers. Most cases branded ‘pedophila’ are actually ‘euphebophila.’
  • Most of the cases of euphebophilia are homosexual in nature, however the politically correct do not want this problem to be associated with homosexuality.
  • The number of Catholic priests guilty of pedophilia is very small.
  • What we now call ‘cover up’ was often done in a different cultural context, when the problem was not fully understood and when all establishment organizations hushed scandals. They did so for what seemed good reasons at the time: protection of the victims and their families, opportunity for rehabilitation of the offender, the avoidance of scandal to others. It is unfair to judge events thirty years ago by today’s standards.
  • When lawsuits are looming people smell money. We must be wary of false accusations.
  • The accused must be entitled to a fair hearing. The church should insist on hard proof of the abuse, and for the sake of justice, ensure that the innocent are not prosecuted.
  • When guilt is established the offender must be punished, not sheltered.
  • Distinctions must be made between types of abuse. Some offenses are worse than others. Verbal abuse or corporal punishment during a time when that was acceptable, while lamentable, is not the same as sexual abuse or extreme physical abuse.
  • Sexual abuse of an adult, or a sexually experienced older teenager is wrong, and damaging, and should be punished, but it is not the same as the sexual abuse of a younger, innocent child.
  • Number of offenses must be considered. One lapse is not of the same seriousness as repeated, persistent and premeditated offenses.
I am in no way wishing to be soft of pedophiles and those who covered for them, however justice and truth demand an objective analysis of the facts.
Posted by Fr Longenecker

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Anonymous said...

One of Hitler's MAJOR goals was to wipe-out traditional Catholicism off the face of the earth.

Just as the Communists wanted to wipe-out traditional Russian Orthodox Catholicism off the face of the earth. Both the Nazis and the Communists had the same goal : Destroy traditional Catholicism/Orthodoxy. Same goal, different tactics and strategy, that's all.

Nazism is a type of Islamic Jihad, very much so. Nazism served(s) intense warmongering expansionist Zionism, as the Islamic Jihadists today serves Zionism. Hitler played a big role in starting The Muslim Brotherhood [1928]. Hitler's heart was with Islamic Jihad. Islamic Jihad in service to intense, warmongering, expansionist Zionism.

The very fact the die-hard Zionists in Washington wanted the US military to invade Syria in-alliance with the Islamic Jihadists, kick-start WW3, all this to show our "support" and "fealty" to Islamic Jihadists groups KILLING Christians [ and Shia Muslims ] in Syria: This in itself proves how much Islamic Jihad truly serves Zionism and the Zionist NWO.

Hitler hated the Catholic Church EXACTLY because The Church always historically protected Europe and the White Race from Islamic Jihad. Hitler is the very one who introduced Islam and Islamic Jihad into the heart of Europe in the very first place. That was one of his major goals : The opening up of Europe to Islamic Jihad as a means to destroy the traditional culture and heritage of White Catholic/Christian Europe. Hitler got the ball rolling for the NWO gang. In a sense, he was very successful.

The influx of massive numbers of Muslims into Europe today is a continuum of the agenda Hitler started. Hitler invited Islam and Islamic Jihad into Europe with open arms.

Hitler was NOT about what's best for White Europe and the White Race. The ontology, metaphysics, and eschatology of Western Civilization is basically and fundamentally Catholic. Hitler wanted to destroy that completely.

Many Catholics were thrown into the IG Farben camps -- qua Catholics -- and brutally murdered for The Faith. Hitler wanted to exterminate Catholics period. He almost succeeded in Poland. It was mass slaughter of Catholics in Eastern Europe, especially Poland. Very telling : Polish Catholics were helping protect Western Europe from Soviet Union Communist expansion in the 1920's. Hitler wanted the very same Polish Catholics exterminated.

Hitler was an Islamic Jihadist at-heart, after all is said and done. He was, actually, an enemy of traditional Europe, hence an enemy to the White Race. He played his satanic role well.

Germany was set-up in the early 20th century to be destroyed. Hitler was part-and-parcel of the set-up. Germany was the first country to be destroyed by military force so it could be incorporated into the Zionist NWO. Poland was the 2nd country. Hitler was a great tragedy for Germany, for Europe, for the White Race in-general.

Also : Mussolini, by the way, was a great tragedy for Italy. Italy still has yet to recover from the damage of Mussolini's Fascists.

The Nazis/Fascists were actually very successful in destroying traditional Catholic Europe.The Church now has been rendered impotent to protect Europe and the West from Islam and its' consequent Islamic Jihad : One of The MAJOR goals of the Nazis/Fascists. They were very successful, even though they "lost" The War.

I hope Putin keeps the Protestants out of Russia. Russian Catholic Orthodoxy has the Spiritual Power to defeat the NWO, Protestant Christianity does NOT ; Protestantism itself being infused with Islamic thought to varying degrees ; The Protestant Reformers being students of, and admirers of, Islam -- and also Sabbatean type Judaism. Islam and Sabbatean Judaism go hand-in-hand. Always have. I'm sure Putin knows all the above.

Traditional Russian Orthodoxy is the only hope right now for the White Race and the West. The Catholic Church having been rendered usurped and impotent because of what happened during the Second World War.

~ Salvatore ~

Anonymous said...

More about Hitler :


[Answer : Zionists]


Hitler had White Caucasian blood, but he also the blood/DNA -- The Spirit -- of a donmeh Jew. Donmeh Jews "worship" Islamic Jihad.

"Haaretz + Hitler was A Jew Himself"

Hitler and Islam :


"Hitler's Muslim Legions"

"Hitler + The Muslim Brotherhood"

About Mussolini :

"Margherita Sarfatti The Jewish Mother of Italian Fascism"

" Jews The Chosen People Fascist Italy Rejected"

About Pope Pius XII :


"EWTN + The Good Samaritan"

"EWTN + Nazi Persecution of Catholics"

"Golda Meir + Pope Pius XII"

About The Usurpation of the Catholic Church :

" Maurice Pinay + The Plot Against The Church PDF"

" Bella Dodd + The Communist Takeover of The Catholic Church"

And, the Nazis and the Fascists also had the same exact agenda as the Communists, take over The Church. The Church was put under a type of military siege under Mussolini. Actually, the Catholic Church has been under a type of siege since the Risorgimento, if not earlier, from the time of the French Revolution.

"Vatican Threatened With Nuclear Attack During 1958 Papal Conclave"

About Protestantism, and its' lack of Spiritual Power to defeat the NWO :

"Calvin Was A Jew"

"Melancthon + The English Reformation"

"Melancthon + The Dishonest Reformer"

"Protestant Reformation + Islam"

About the New Age,the New World Order :

"Nazis + The New Age"

"Savitri Devi + Hitler's Priestess PDF"

"Savitri Devi + The Lightning and the Sun PDF"

First published in 1958, the same exact year the Church was totally usurped, even though the publishers had the complete manuscript in 1956. They sat on it for 2 years and published it to coincide with the total usurpation of the Catholic Church.

"Black Terror, White Soldiers, Islam, Fascism, and the New Age"

~ Salvatore ~