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You, as in your comment above about Stalin, Mao, etc... are 100% wrong and ignorant of history. First of all, the Nazi's were not communist, they were nationalist-socialists working with the fascists, the Italians. True, all are forms of collectivism and socialism, but not the same thing.

The German/Nazi "thing" in the 1930's was a Christian movement. They believed, as Hitler told them, they were purifying their nation for Christ. They believed, as Americans do today, that they were doing their god's work.

Stalin, and the Bolsheviks, were not an atheist movement. They did not do what they did because of atheism or even Satanism. Early posters from the time have slogans telling workers they were "doing God's will" to unite. The Christian churches helped the revolution along by supporting "social justice" theory. After he seized power, Stalin felt threatened by the church structure and disbanded their church organizations. The Russian people were Christians all along and to this day are very religious. You were saying about reading a book??

I could go on about your lack of knowledge, but you are probably close to hopeless. Just know that no one has ever done anything "because" of atheism. As opposed to people like you condoning religious genocide in the Middle East for Jesus. No, unlike your mind-conditioning history lessons, the largest mass murders and evil in the 20th Century have used religion and been committed by religious people. Even if Hitler was a Satan worshipper, 99% of the Germans that did the killing were Christians and doing it for their faith.

And, Satanists and atheists are opposites - you get that right? It's really simple, a Satanist believes in a deity, Satan (and usually his alter-ego god Jehovah). An atheist does not believe in deities.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain