Earlier, one of the posts was already devoted to the topic of cooperation between the Vatican and Italian fascism. Naturally, supporting antihuman forces in Europe and cooperating with them, the Vatican went to similar agreements with Hitler's Nazism. On the one hand, this made it possible to protect Catholic churches from closure and looting, and on the other hand, it allowed the Vatican to feel quite comfortable in Germany under the conditions of Nazi repression against dissidents.
At the same time, despite the negative attitude towards Christianity of the Nazi "top" of the Reich, this did not interfere with mutually beneficial cooperation. And subsequently, it was the Vatican, together with the American special services, that helped many Nazi criminals to escape the well-deserved punishment for war crimes and crimes against humanity, since a special "rat path" was organized for them, along which these inhumans were transported from Germany, first to neutral countries, and then to the South or North America.
And here is what the chief Russian specialist on the Vatican, candidate of historical sciences, associate professor of MGIMO O. Chetverikova writes about this cooperation in her book "Werewolves or who is behind the Vatican":
What could have connected the Vatican and Hitler with each other, and so strongly connected that even despite the anti-Christian orientation of the Nazi regime, their cooperation was never interrupted and continued even after the military defeat of the Reich? And this could be only in one case: if both of these structures were created, and financed, and obeyed the same owners, the same “Behind the Scenes”, which tries to rule the world with the help of controlled puppets and not draw attention to their true plans. And these plans are by no means connected with Christianity, but with the creation of a new ecumenist Satanic religion, and it is the Vatican who must play a decisive role in this. And all this extra arz proves that the Vatican has nothing to do with the true teaching of Christ.