Chile’s President hail Merkel with Nazi-slogan

Angela Merkel is hailed with a nazi-sloagan by the visiting president of Chile.

Chile’s president apologised for writing a slogan associated with Nazi Germany in a government guest book during a visit to Berlin.

The phrase that Sebastián Piñera wrote was “Deutschland über alles” or “Germany above all”. It became infamous under the Third Reich and after the Second World War was excised from Germany’s national anthem as being too nationalistic.

Mr Piñera said he learned the slogan in school and understood it to be a celebration of German unification under Bismarck.

Source: The Independant.

My comment:

The Chilean President is not the first to hail Hitler as a great leader. Other Roman Catholics have done this before the World War II.

The most famous of them, was Pope Pius XII. He was the Papal nuncio in Berlin, and signed a peace treaty between the Vatican and Nazi-Germany.

I am not sure if Catholic Chile has ever told the Children the truth about the Vatican and the Nazi-party. Chile do not have a long record of freedom and democracy. This nations was lead by Fascist dictators up to this generation. The family of Sebastián Piñera might have been one of the supporters of past Fascist dictators. The spirit within him, exposed Him, and hailed Fascism on the visit to Germany.

5 thoughts on “Chile’s President hail Merkel with Nazi-slogan

  1. It should be noted that Chancelor Otto Von Bismarck did not trust the Catholic Church, nor the Vatacan, and explicitly kept Austria out of German unification in 1871 because too many southern German states, i.e. Bavaria and Wuetemberg, along with Austria would have caused votes in the national parliament, the Reichstag to be tilted in a Catholic majority. He even passed anti-Catholic laws trying to prevent the Vatacan from using their power in Germany. Bismarck was a great statesman, a Lutheran, monarchist, and saw the Catholic church for what it was. Sad that German politicians don’t pay him more respect. It should also be noted that he was anti-socialist, which would have included today’s National Socialists and Communists.

    1. Dear Dewitt


      You wrote:

      It should be noted that Chancelor Otto Von Bismarck did not trust the Catholic Church, nor the Vatacan,

      My comment:

      You are absolutely right. Otto Von Bismarck did not trust the Pope. Neither did Hitler. The German fuhrer wanted to rule above the Pope. The Fascists needed the support of the Roman Catholics to come to power. In 1929, Mussolini gifted the Vatican statehood to the Pope. In 1933 Hitler made peace with the Vatican, and made a dual agreement of mutual support. But when the Pope did not support the final cleansing of the German nation in 1937, the Nazis made their own Nazi-Church, and even made a Nazified New Testament.

      Otto Von Bismarck is not much different from other German dictators, and despotic Kings. In France, Napoleon Bonaparte is the classical example. European despotic dictators looked up on religious Catholics as subjects, they could use to achieve totalitarian powers.

      The Catholics are easy to deceive. Just get the Pope on your side. The Catholics will do whatever the Pope say, without raising objections.

      1. Dear Ivarfjeld

        God kveld, and Shalom to you as well.

        Hitler and Mussolini were definitely Vatican supporters, though Hitler not so publicly, as anything to do with God, and Jesus was deemed to be too pacifist, and he really wanted to supplant Germany, and Europe as a whole, with Norse mythology and Greco/Roman pageantry, as evidenced at the 1936 Olympic games.

        The Vatican was able to get Heinrich Brüning replaced as chancellor of Germany, and get Hitler into office. Whether this is true, only time will tell. But I don’t put Bismarck anywhere in the same league as a Hitler or Napoleon, as Bismarck was only concerned for Germany unity, and not for external ambition. His ideas on how he created the German Empire, and even went so far as to manipulate His Majesty, Wilhelm I into becoming the first German Kaiser did not make Wilhelm I very thrilled. None the less, Bismarck did manage to keep Europe at peace for as as he was Chancellor; from 1871 to 1890, and even up until 1914, long after his death. European countries were so used to battling each other, and Bismarck knew that could not continue, and did what he could, through complex treaties, and closer ties with Great Britain.

        One thing about the Germany that Bismarck was Chancellor of. It was far more progressive than autocratic Russia and other East European nations, and all males 25 or older could vote, regardless if they owned land or not. Even Great Britain was not as progressive at this time in history. The only fault that I have of Bismarck and the Imperial Constitution, is that it put too much authority in the hands of the Kaiser, and not the Reichstag. Wilhelm I and Friedrich III were honorable men, and sadly Friedrich III, died of cancer, and only reigned 99 days, and this left the door open to Wilhelm II to run the government as he pleased. Not an evil man, just not qualified for the position. Bismarck should have had the foresight to see this coming, but sadly, he was fired in 1890 by Wilhelm II. Friedrich III, if still Kaiser, was going to change the constitution to a make the Empire a constitutional monarchy.

        This is obviously not what God wanted, and history is like a puzzle. When you put all the pieces together, you finally get the full picture. We are now starting to get the full picture, and Hitlers evil empire, the Vatican, the collapse of the barbaric Ottoman Empire and subsequent resurgence of Muslim lands, coupled with the persecution of Christians today, most likely would not have transpired had things been different.

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