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German army infantry 45th division world war one. did they have the swastika

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NO - while the swastika has existed for many years in different cultures, it was only adopted by Germany in 1920, when the Nazi party was formed. Cool

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The swastika is actually a symbol of the energy of the sun and life. It's been especially important to Buddhists. But, just as satanists turn the pentagram and the cross upside down, the nazis reversed the swastika.  People get really uncomfortable when they see movies about Buddhists or visit Buddhist temples, especially in China, when they see lots of swastikas.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

But, just as satanists turn the pentagram and the cross upside down, the nazis reversed the swastika

 

 

Please notice the picture above with an upside-down cross. The Kingdom of Satan, Professor J.S. Malan says this about the inverted cross . . .

    "This cross is not broken, but turned upside down. It indicates the rejection of Jesus Christ and contempt for the gospel of salvation. Inverted symbols are typical of the opposite values pursued by Satanists. People who are sometimes sacrificed to Satan on Black Sabbath are crucified upside down in accordance with this tradition."

The Swastika is derived first from the Druid Crow's Foot and then the Klan emblem including the colors: red and black.  Hitler made friends with the Klan much to the chagrin of FDR, himself a Klansman as with Harry Truman, another Klansman.

The Democrats sided secretly with the Nazis because they are undisciplined, disloyal, and racist.

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Actually, no. What the nazis called the swastika is a very ancient sun symbol. First seen, and STILL seen, in China, in many Buddhist temples. The nazis reversed the symbol to use it to represent their philosophy, much like satanists turn the cross upside down, or turn the pentagram upside down to represent their beliefs, Basically, a repudiation of all that's good in the choice of evil.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

WWI units didn't use the Swastika.  They used the Maltese Cross and Stroba (lightning bolts) used on SS uniforms through 1945.  The Maltese Cross is still the heraldic device for Germany.

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