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Hitler on the Greeks and Romans



“One of his favourite themes was that Western civilization had reached its finest flowering in the Mediterranean basin, in the civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome. His admiration of the Greeks, in particular, knew no bounds and in many respects his views bore an uncanny resemblance to those of the great Johann Joachim Winckelmann. There is no way of knowing whether Hitler, a notorious pickpocket in the market of ideas, actually took these notion from the pioneer art historian. But Winckelmann’s dictum that ‘the only way for us to become great. . . lies in the imitation of the Greeks’ is one that Hitler repeated virtually word for word on various occasions. What he say in their culture was a peerless aesthetic ideal. ‘What makes the Greek concept of beauty a model iw the wonderful combination of the most magnificent physical beauty with a brilliant mind and the noblest soul’…

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Cardinal Burke on Muslim Immigration


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“To resist large-scale Muslim immigration in my judgment is to be responsible,” Cardinal Burke said, responding to a written question.
Islam “believes itself to be destined to rule the world,” he said. “You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see what has happened in Europe,”

Cardinal Burke said that the while the church must be generous to “individuals that are not able to find a way of living in their own country,” this is not the case for many Muslim migrants, “who are opportunists.”

“Muslims have said that they are able today to accomplish what they were not able to accomplish in the past with armaments because Christians no longer are ready to defend their faith, what they believe; they are no longer ready to defend the moral law,” the cardinal said.


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