In his hatred of Communism, Trotsky incites the Nazis to wage war against the Soviet Union. He, an ’eminent expert’ on the Soviet Union, told the Nazis that they had every chance of winning the war against Stalin: the army and the population were demoralized (false!), Stalin frustrated resistance (false!) And that the Stalinists would capitulate at the beginning of the war (false!).
The Gospel of the Lots of Mary suggests that there was a thriving Christian culture prior to the rise of Roman Catholicism that extensively partook in the act of fortune telling, and that this superstition may well have been a corner-stone of early Christian practice.
This suggests that Eichmann was extensively protected by the Roman Catholic Church (and others sympathetic to Nazism), for at least five years after the end of WWII, before eventually being assisted to flee Europe for Argentina.
The Roman Catholic Church supported Nazi Germany (and the holocaust prior to, and during WWII), and had no problem using poor Irish children as slave labour and objects of sexual abuse.
However, the Vatican, situated as it is in the centre of Rome, fully supported the rise to power of the fascist dictator Mussolini, and aligned itself with the political far-right. This was extended in 1933 to a full embracing and endorsing of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Nazi’ regime when it gained political power.