Operation Finale: an abomination of a film

I saw Operation Finale today in theaters on Sept. 13, (Thursday) 2018 and it had some good parts and bad parts. I can’t believe that the film presents a sick monster like Eichmann as a Good Catholic! Do they not know about or even care about the millions of Catholic Poles that gave their lives to fight animals like Eichmann? Well, at least Eichmann was being honest when he said that his people were like animals.  Well, he certainly did believe in the Social Darwinist bullshit that the Nazis espoused. Pretty much all of them did.  Eichmann was a pretty bad character and was one of the leading architects of the Holocaust.  Are we going to have a politically-correct pity-party over Christians being Nazis?

Do the lives of Orthodox Christians in Belarus, Yugoslavia, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe not matter, too? I think that someone should make a movie about the persecution of Orthodox Christians in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Of course, I’m going to be branded a “Holocaust denier!” by all the simpletons (like Debbie Schlussel) on the internet. Sure! Sure! Like hell am I a denier of one of the most disgusting episodes in all of the history of mankind! In my opinion, this film espouses Schlussel’s, Geller’s, and Angela Merkel’s twisted, tortured, and prejudicial view of history!  It’s not Holocaust denial to tell the truth. Yes, we all know about the 10 million who died at the hands of the Nazis and the 70-80 million who died at Soviet hands from 1917-1991. What about 75 years of Soviet tyranny for the people of the Soviet Union? This is not to belittle the Holocaust in any way. The Holocaust is currently the most well-known genocide in the West among scholars.

I also think that the film also espouses Che Guevara’s view of history of the Catholic Church and the fascists being inexorably linked in a theocratic fashion.  Don’t they know that many Catholics opposed both the commies and fascists in Latin America? Argentina in the 1960’s was undoubtedly a dictatorship, like Nicaragua and Cuba.  Yes, the Catholic Church has a rather bad history among people in Latin America, but we must also point out how the Church helped many of the poor and needy in Latin American and it’s not just Catholics, but many Protestant denominations have done so, too.

The Nazis had many who were Lutherans as well. The Nazis were not exclusively Catholics as this film presents.  Too bad that the film does not talk about Martin Niemöller and his experiences with the Nazi regime and his persecution by said regime.  Yes, Niemöller did initially support Hitler, but later changed his tune when the Nazis tried to pervert Christian theology to support their twisted worldview.  The Nazis’ efforts to pervert Christianity failed spectacularly, contrary to what the Soviets would have you believe.  Must we believe in the Soviet version of history in this film?

 

Do you seriously expect those atheist pigs who make movies to believe that men like Eichmann are good Catholics? Of course, they believe it!  I refuse to call anyone names over this. What about atheists who were persecuted by the Nazis? Of course, not all atheists are communists and not all communists are atheists. Of course, my thinking could be considered “tortured” as well.  I want to talk about the millions of Catholic Poles who died under Nazi and Soviet rule from 1939-1990. 51 years of tyranny from these monsters! I am Polish and our people suffered 50 years of tyranny from BOTH of them.  Not just us, but Ukrainians, Serbs, Croats, Yugoslavs, Czechs, Slovaks, and others ALSO suffered under communist and Nazi tyranny.

Great! And I suppose they’re gonna tell me that Stalin was a good Orthodox Christian, right? What about Lenin? Are you gonna say the same about him? Was Lenin a good old atheist? You decide that one!

Look, I do not hate the Jews as a whole. They are just human as anyone else. When is the politically-correct pity-party about Nazi guilt going to end?  Not all Catholics in Latin American countries supported the Nazis or the Communists. Many were against both. Why? Because they destroyed entire countries with their corrosive ideology. Of course, Latin America has always been rather authoritarian, which kinda flies in the face of the whole idea of non-whites not being racist.  Latin American racism makes the KKK look childish by comparison.

 

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About Justin Royek

I am a critic of Wikipedia that likes to remind people that there are other sources out there than Wikipedia and that knowledge isn't written by a bunch of anonymous nobodies on a blog dressed up as an encyclopedia that Wikipedia is. My name is Justin Royek and this is my personal blog/soapbox for different issues and many things relevant to my life. I am a polyglot that speaks about 10 languages. I am NOT Tim Doner or Benny Lewis or Christophe Clugston or any of those self-proclaimed "polyglots" on YouTube. I am my own blog. I am Justin Edward Royek. Patchman123 on Facebook and YouTube. I am Justin Royek. I AM A WRITER ON MANY ISSUES. I HAVE DECIDED TO CHANGE MY USERNAME ON THE BLOG.
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