Skip to comments.Proof: Catholics Caused the Holocaust!
Posted on 01/06/2012 12:53:11 PM PST by NYer
In 1894, a four year old boy was playing near the icy waters of the River Inn in Passau, Germany. The young boy fell into the river and was drowning when another boy, Johann Kuehberger, leapt into the river and saved the boy.
Kuehberger, who jumped into the river to save the boy, grew up to be a priest.
The little boy who was saved was named Adolf Hitler and he grew up to be the Fuhrer.
Yup. The Daily Mail today reports that old newspaper archives have now seemingly confirmed this long rumored incident. They're calling it "the most devastating act of mercy in history."
It's a pretty wild find, I must admit.
So for anyone who wants to blame the Holocaust on the Catholics, now you can. Hey, they were doing it anyway.
The story was never verified by Hitler during his lifetime. But now a small cutting from the Donauzeitung - Danube newspaper - of 1894 has been found in Passau.
It describes how a 'young fellow' fell through the thin ice of the river in January of that year.
The report described how a 'determined comrade' - the paper at the time was left-wing - went into the freezing water to save the child who would grow into mankind's biggest monster.
I'll see your Hitler, and raise you a Stalin and a Mao ...
Must have been all part of God’s plan.
The brother of John Wilkes Boothe, Edwin Boothe was on a train platform in Jersey City New Jersey. There was a bit of crowding as passengers were trying to buy tickets and Robert Lincoln, son of the assassinated president, fell between a moving train and the platform. Edwin Boothe grabbed him by the collar and pulled him to safety.
If this story is real - and the incident truthful - it shows one thing - we all have choices to make...despite one making the right choice - doesn’t mean the other who chooses to do wrong - can lay blame on the the person that demonstrated true compassion.
Hitler would not have risen to power had he not blamed someone - he rose on fear, violence, and oppression - and like the many before him that did the same - he fell in the fire that he made...saving a child is good deed - but even if that other boy had been told what could have happened - or what would happen - would he have made a different choice? Standing there to watch an other child drown...it would be easy to answer that question now...but what as it occurred...
Blaming the Catholics or a priest-—had nothing to do with it...Hitler and his rogue band of deviants where going to do what they did...it was their choice!
Fidel Castro saved the life of a drowning priest. He was a very humble, religious young man at that time.
They’re calling it “the most devastating act of mercy in history.” Oh yeah? There’s another one related to Hitler. Do a search of ‘Henry Tandey’.
Pistols misfired and bullets missed, bombs failed to go off, others were mistimed. And one that did explode was casually shoved to the other side of a table leg a few moments before by a general who was himself killed in the blast along with almost everybody else in the room, but left the Fuehrer with nothing more than busted ear drums and shredded trousers.
Oh, and the use of the word "comrade" (no doubt kamerad in German) was just a common way of saying friend or buddy and doesn't necessarily imply anything about the politics of the old newspaper. If 99% of the journalists on Earth went suddenly up in flames the average human IQ on the planet would measurably rise.
Hitler was in Austria when he was four years old. This story says the river is in Germany.
Aint history a b$#@#?
He grew up nr the Austria-German border, on the river...
Town on the border.
>>Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn on 20 April 1889. He and his family left Braunau and moved to Passau in 1892.
from the article:
>>Icy waters: A young Hitler fell in the River Inn in Passau, southern Germany, across the border from his native Austria
Strange story - thanks for the link.
Oh, and the use of the word "comrade" (no doubt kamerad in German) was just a common way of saying friend or buddy and doesn't necessarily imply anything about the politics of the old newspaper.
Are you saying evil got the upper hand for a time?
Wasn't mankind's biggest monster George W. Bush?