Ben Klassen on the death of Hitler

by Ben Klassen [excerpt from Nature’s Eternal Religion, 1973]

On April 30th at 3:00 P.M., Adolf Hitler was killed in action while defending Berlin from the Mongolian hordes from the East. Contrary to the enemy version, he did not commit suicide, nor did he escape to another country. On May 1, 1945, the German radio broadcast the following message: “From the Fuehrer’s headquarters, it is reported that our leader, Adolf Hitler, was killed in action this afternoon fighting in the line of duty to his last breath for Germany, against communism…” He did not die in vain. He and millions of heroic Germans died fighting for our cause in order that the White Race might survive before the Jewish onslaught.

Not too long before the end. Hitler made this prophetic statement:

“Somewhere in a faraway place, a Nazi band is playing Dixie and Suwannee River, the blood will run in the streets of America and Great Britain, then my spirit will rise from the grave and the world will know that I was right.”


Author: National-Satanist

Just another blue-eyed devil...

2 thoughts on “Ben Klassen on the death of Hitler”

  1. RIGHT…… ! His lights are on, but no ones home!! Knock, knock… Who’s there? Nothing… Nothing who? Nothing but BS!


    1. The Allies never did confirm they had his body. The story I heard is that they had two bodies and they couldn’t figure out which one was Hitler’s. Tell me: where is he buried? Hitler has no grave because his death was in fact mysterious. In 2009, American researchers performed DNA tests on a skull fragment that Soviet officials had long believed to be that of Hitler. The DNA tests and examination revealed that the skull was actually that of a woman less than 40 years old.


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