So...what a person says about their own religious beliefs cannot be trusted, but what others say about that person's beliefs CAN be trusted?<quoted text>
You are still making the same mistake, intentionally to mislead of course, by quoting Hitler's public speeches to gather support from the German people by appealing to their religious beliefs.
Hitler was elected by popular democratic vote in 1933, which you quote here. He could never get that vote if he spoke his true intentions and beliefs to the German people.
Isn't that what all politicians do?
As I have quoted above, his closest friends in the Nazi party, like Goebbels, Albert Speer and Martin Borman all said that Hitler was an anti-Christian and wanted to eradicate Christianity, just like you atheists want to do today.
Why don't you admit it for once instead of trying to deceive?
Golly, you sure do sound like a certain someone who used to troll these parts...