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July 5, 2014

German pastor Jobst Bittner thinks today’s Germans have “original sin” and “collective guilt” for the Holocaust

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 7:00 am

Tubigen, Germany

The photo above shows Tübingen, a famous city in Germany, where Jobst Bitter taught at the University.  Thankfully, these old buildings were not destroyed by Allied bombing in World War II. This photo is shown, along with an article, which you can read in full here.

The article, which is entitled “The Contours of Contrition” is about present-day Germans, who are born with guilt for the Holocaust; all Germans have original sin on their souls because of the Holocaust, according to the article.

1. According to the teachings of the Catholic Church, every human being is born with “original sin,” and must be baptized to get rid of his or her guilt.

2. According to the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, every German citizen, alive in 1945, had “collective guilt” for war crimes committed by the Germans during World War II.

Put these two ideas together, and it means that, according to Jobst Bittner, every German person is now born with the “original sin” of “collective guilt” and there is no baptism that will remove this guilt.  The Germans must forever pay for their sins by bowing down to the Jews.

The Germans have been paying reparations to the Jews ever since the Holocaust, and they will continue paying, as long as there is a country of Germany.   Germany is filled with monuments to the Jews, and more will be built.  The Jews will never get enough revenge.

I can’t think of a better way for the Jews to cause more harm to themselves.

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I previously blogged about another Holocaust committed by the Germans in the year 1290: