Adolf Hitler Quote

The American statesmen, by subjecting the Church to the same regulations governing all other associations and institutions, have limited its field of activity to reasonable proportions; and, as the State does not contribute from State Funds one single cent to the church, the whole clergy cringes and sings hymns in praise of Government. This is not to be wondered at! The parson, like everyone else, has got to live; what he makes out of the public offertory doesn't amount to much, and so he is more or less dependent on State charity. As he has no legal claim whatever on the State, he therefore takes very good care that his demeanour is always pleasing in the eyes of the State and therefore deserving of the crumbs it cares to toss to him.


4 July 1942. - Hitler's Table Talks (1941–1944) (1953)

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The American statesmen, by subjecting the Church to the same regulations governing all other associations and institutions, have limited its field of ...

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The American statesmen, by subjecting the Church to the same regulations governing all other associations and institutions, have limited its field of ...