April 17, 2008 (updated Jan 1, 2010)
First they came for the Communists,
Then they came for the Jews,
First they came for the communists,
and I did not speak out because I was not a communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me,
and there was no one left to speak for me.
- Lutheran Pastor Martin Niemöller (circa 1946)
The poem above was written in the context of a German Lutheran Pastor questioning the inactivity of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power and the purging of their chosen targets, group after group.
Obviously, Pastor Martin Niemöller is more sympathetic to the "Judeo" part, than the Christian part of the word, Judeo-Christian, as communists and trade unions were both controlled and manipulated by the Jews.
Pastor Niemoller ignores the 100 million Christians whom the Judeo-Communists "came for" between 1917 and 1950, when he singles them out as needing protection.
By the third paragraph, he is now feeling sorrow for the Jews who created the Judeo-Communism, which "came for" the 100 million Christians.
We knew Stalin and his Jewish Commissars were slaughtering Christians in his own land of Russia, and wanting to export his terror to Germany, long before anyone in Germany had ever heard of a guy named Hitler.
Christian Response to
Martin Niemoller's Poem
First they came for the Czar
First, the Jews came for the Czar of Russia, a Christian leader, but I did not believe in Kings and Czars, and I believed the Jews when they told me he was behaving un-Christian, so I did not speak out;
Then, the Jews came for the Russian intellectual Christians, competitors and potential opponents of the Jews, but I believed the Jews when they told me they were the fat Bourgeoisie oppressors and I knew I was not one of them, so I did not speak out;
Then the Jews came for the Christian Ukrainian poets, editors, writers, reporters, professors, teachers, political leaders and industrial leaders, but I could not believe the Jews because they never told me, so I did not speak out;
Then the Jews came for the rest of the Ukrainian peasant Christians, but I did not know they were starving in their Holodomor, so I could not know to speak out;
Then the Jews came for Hitler, but I was not a German Christian who had walked in their shoes of wars, hyper-inflation, rebellion, starvation and the Great Depression, so I did not know of their suffering, and I believed the Jews when they told me that Stalin was Uncle Joe, our best friend, so I did not speak out;
Then the Jews came for the Christian Polish military officers and slaughtered them in the Katyn Forest and I believed the Jews when they told me that the horrible Hitler had done it, so I did not speak out;
Then the Jews came for the Palestinian Muslims, and I believed the Jews when they told me that God was still with the Jews, even though they reject Jesus Christ and read the Talmud of 200 AD, and so I believed God still owed them the Promised Lands and that they were not Christian Holy Lands handed down from our Old Testament which Christian also follow, so I did not speak out;
Then the Jews came to America and flooded her with many of her Jews and now millions of Muslims, but I believed the Jews when they told me I should be tolerant and inclusive, and I did not want be be labeled an anti-Semite, so I made absolutely, beyond a shadow of a doubt, sure that I never ever spoke out;
And now, the Jews have come for me with hate crime laws criminalizing my Christianity, but there was no one left to speak for me.
- The Christian Solution
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