Friday, February 20, 2015

~ Anne Frank and Christianity

Anne Frank's diary was first published in 1947, and has become one of the most widely read books in history. Historically, it is recognized as a valuable document of the Holocaust, and for the quality writing displayed by a 13-year-old child.

Here are a few quotes pertaining to Anne's love for writing:

"I know I can write I'm sure I can I am my own worst critic. Unless you write yourself you don't know how wonderful it is."

"When I write all my sadness disappears but will I ever write something great?"

"I don't want to be a movie star anymore I'm going to be a writer! I don't want to have lived in vain like most people. I want to go on living even after my death."

"I see the world being transferred into a wilderness. I hear the approaching thunder; I feel the suffering of millions. And yet, in spite of everything people are good at heart."

Anne Frank was arrested along with her family on August 4, 1944 and deported to an Auschwitz concentration camp. After selection in Auschwitz-Birkenau, Edith (Anne's mother), Margot (Anne's sister), and Anne are assigned to the same barrack.

"At the end of October or the beginning of November 1944, Margot and Anne Frank are crammed into a crowded freight train bound for the concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen. Edith Frank is left behind at Auschwitz. She falls ill and dies on January 6, 1945."

"In the winter of 1944-1945, the situation at Bergen-Belsen deteriorates. There is little or no food and the sanitary conditions are dreadful. Many of the prisoners become ill. Margot and Anne Frank come down with typhus. They both die just a few weeks before the camp is liberated."

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Here's the reason for the title, "Anne Frank and Christianity." There is a plethora of disinformation on the web that viciously attacks and tarnishes the legacy of a 14-year-old child who died a horrible death but left a legacy of love.

You'll read ridiculous comments comparing her to Hitler, saying she was a lesbian (as if that would matter one way or the other), calling her evil and saying that she is in Hell (a fictitious place by the way, if it were real the demographics would be 80 percent Christian and Muslim).

If you Google, "Anne Frank and Christianity" you will find some of the sickest, most insane blogs and forums on the Internet.

On page one of your search you'll see titles such as, "Did Anne Frank go to hell?" from "Can't Christians Just Admit Anne Frank is in Hell," from Then there's this insane article, listed on, "Anne Frank Diary 'Pornographic,' Claims Mom - Demands School Drop Book From Curriculum."

The pious absurdity continues relentlessly, page after page. The more you read, you will clearly see the collective mentality of these misguided, brainwashed, idiots.

From Patheos. com, "If you're a Bible-believing Christian, then (Jewish) Anne Frank is burning in hell." The site goes on to list a number of Bible verses that support their ridiculous claims as does each and every other demeaning and shameful website.

Wikipedia defines Stockholm Syndrome as "a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors, sometimes to the point of defending and identifying with them." This psychological phenomenon is what defines Black America's obsession with Christianity. The same religion used to enslave, manipulate, control, displace, rape, pillage, and disenfranchise an entire race of people.

African Americans of the 21st century still adhere, follow, revere, and worship the very same evil entity that subjugated their ancestors.

The majority of the evil that has been committed in this world, where politics, war and the inhumane treatment of human beings are concerned, can be linked to Christianity.

Here are just a few examples of thousands.

  • Christian antisemitism (Christians holding Jews responsible for killing Jesus - the protagonist of the Christian myth).
  • Antebellum Slavery (The death toll from four centuries of the Atlantic slave trade is estimated at 10 million).
  •  Apartheid South Africa
  • The Holocaust (extermination of 6 million Jews between 1941 and 1945).
  • Hiroshima (see "Christianity and the Nagasaki Crime")
Anne Frank was a child who went into hiding for 2 years with her family, in an attempt to save their lives. 

The hateful comments are based on the fact that Anne was not Christian. 

To openly attack a child leaves another sadistic stain on the institution of Christianity. 

It is a colossal injustice to make such horrible remarks about someone who, in death, has become a literary and symbolic legend for the 6 million Jews that died in the concentration camps.

A serious character flaw exist in people today that continue to subscribe to such a hideous and barbaric religious practice. I'm not saying that all churches are evil, but any good deeds that come from the church is tantamount to a drug dealer handing out Turkeys on Thanksgiving or giving presents to neighborhood kids on Christmas Day. He's still vile and despicable and so it is with the Christian Church. All other churches are culpable as well because they are offshoots - regardless of the denomination - of the Roman Catholic Church. They are all birds of the exact same ruthless, greedy feather.

There is no excuse for billions of ethically misguided human beings to continue to be unaware of the tragic history of the two most macabre religions the world has ever known - Christianity and Islam. If you know the history and continue to write it off as a meaningless past, remember, wars have not ceased, the raping of children has not stopped, and 'non-believers' are still ostracized in 2015. For crying out loud, in the 21st century people are still being "deemed heretics by the church."

Do you really believe we are the wisest and the only thinking beings in this infinite universe? Our actions toward one another are a clear indication that we are at the rudimentary stage of evolution and have eons to go before we understand that WE ARE ONE.

"No tree has branches foolish enough to fight amongst themselves."

"Never send to know for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee."

It's time to wake up!

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