Hitler was an evolutionist. He believed in an Aryan super-race and then proceeded to murder millions that he felt were less fit to exist before he finally murdered himself.
Ah the Hitler fallacy.
Whatever Hitler privately believed is irrelevant and subject to speculation. His remarks in relation to his religious views are available for anyone to find. Simply stating "no christian would ever say what he said." Doesn't change his words and actions. I could say, in regards to things that you write that no christian would ever say that and I would be equally in error if I made the same remark. Your personal opinion on what constitutes a "real christian" is irrelevant.
Evolutionism continues to harm people with its fallacies.
Interestingly in the realm of getting at of the truth of the matter, Hitler was raised apparently a Catholic. Personally I don't believe in the Catholic Church or care what happens to it. However he later turned towards pure unadulterated Atheism. Both the religious sides and atheists sides want to point the finger at the other because of the embarassment potential he gives either. WWII was the fault of both Atheism and Religion.
Atheists will always point out that Hitler was raised Christian, therefore he must have still been a Christian when he turned into the beast history sheds light on. They insist he was never an atheist. This is a lie because the man did use evolution and survival of the fittest to justify his extremist applications of Darwinian Social Engineering. His right hand man was Martin Bormann (June 17, 1900 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ May 2, 1945) who was an atheistic extremist. The History Channel just had a piece on just who Martin Bormann was. He was an extremely vocal atheist within the Nazi party and they most influencial behind Hitler's decision making. Historians actually have labled him Germany's "Secret Leader". Even Himmler cowered before him. Bormann influenced Hitler to shut down all church monastary schools throughout the "Lebensraum". One thing you can admired about him as an atheist is that at least he was consistant with his beliefs. He refused to celebrate Christmas. He hated and would let his kids participate. Most modern atheists aren't quite so principly devout. Hey , a party is a party to a party animal = "Whay Is truth?".
Here's an excerpt about the collection of Bormann writtings called "Hitler's Table Talk".
Bormann took charge of all Hitler's paperwork, appointments, and personal finances. Hitler came to have complete trust in Bormann and the view of reality he presented. During a meeting, Hitler was said to have screamed, "To win this war, I need Bormann!".
"A collection of transcripts edited by Bormann during the war appeared in print in 1951 as "Hitler's Table Talk" 1941Ã¢â‚¬â€œ1944, mostly a re-telling of Hitler's wartime dinner conversations. The accuracy of the Table Talk is highly disputed, as it directly contradicts many of Hitler's publicly held positions, particularly in regards to religious adherence. The Table Talk is the only original source to claim that Hitler was an atheist. While Hitler's true religious feelings are unknown, Bormann was one of the few vocal atheists in the Nazi leadership."
But the arguement still persists by a supposedly righteously indignated Atheism when who make the disclaimer that he was raised Catholic, therefore he was a Christian, But that's like saying Richard Dawkins is a Christian because he was raised Anglican and a member of the Church of England in Kenya while growing up. I don't think any one claimingto be Christian would make the arguement Dawkins was never a Christian. But then there are all those pictures of him in Churches and meeting with Ecclesiastical Hierarchies. True, but he was first a good intelligent politician in the beginning trying to gain power and politicians going to bed with religious clergy and vice-versa has been going on for centuries. For centuries if a political leader wanted election or re-election, he'd better get the support of the clergy or the people wouldn't follow, which in reality is very very sad.
In the end, it was the innocent, the people who have for centuries been duped into believing early on to trust politicians and their clergy without question who were the ones who really suffered the most. But that's a decision everyone has to bare personal responsibility for, both Atheists leaders and Religious leaders.