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However over time Superman seems to have become progressively more Christian. This culminated into the most recent superman film — Man of Steel — in which Superman becomes an allegory for Jesus:. All children on Krypton are genetically engineered to a pre-determined purpose and thus artificially inseminated.
Not Kal-El. Jor-El and his wife Lara had some legitimate baby making going on.
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Freeze-frame it and you can have your own Superman prayer card. Kal-El says he is 33, a not-too-subtle reference to the same age as Jesus Christ when he was crucified.
In fact, the film was explicitly marketed to congregations as a Christian allegory. The villains are fellow refugees from the planet Krypton led by the megalomaniac General Zod , who intends to eradicate humanity so the earth can be transformed into a new Krypton.
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The people of Krypton thus go from being Jews to lebensraum seeking genocidal Nazis. And humanity — as the potential victims of a holocaust — is now in role of the Jewish people. While making Superman Christian might at first glance seem like erasing Jews from American culture, it actually signifies the extent to which Americans have come to accept Jews.
Would Hitler wear a pink tie? Would Adolf be delighted if his image were trapped on a daily basis? We all know the story and think that World War II is something terrible, but this is a story that we will not change or erase, and our sock Adolf will not affect the fate of the world in any way.
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Further south, in the fertile black earth region, the Germans maintained the collectives, so as to stay in control of the rich crops. According to Enstad, this German agricultural policy was the main reason why the positive attitude to the occupants lasted as long as it did. During the winter of , there was famine in a number of areas close to the front line and the population of Leningrad suffered greatly.
However, behind the front line - and especially in the countryside - it is believed that a large part of the population had better access to food than was the case prior to the German invasion. Russian orthodox renaissance Another reason for the relative popularity of the occupiers was their policy on religion.
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They re-opened the churches the Soviet regime had closed, something which caused something close to a religious renaissance for the Russian orthodox church and a real revival movement in parts of the occupied areas. He says that many priests openly supported the occupants and prayed for a German victory in their sermons.
The partisans, however, reported using an idealised image of what was desired, exaggerated the number of Germans killed and generally expressed what they knew Moscow wanted to hear - that all Soviet citizens were loyal to the state. Enstad also used diaries, memoirs and interviews, conducted after the war, with people who experienced the German occupation of Northwest Russia. These sources also show that the Germans were given a much warmer welcome than both Soviet propaganda and western historians have claimed.
However, Enstad emphasises that they did not know then what we know today.
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And even if many got to hear about atrocities like the murder of Jews, gypsies and the mentally ill, there were also many who just brushed the stories of German brutality aside as Bolshevik propaganda. Russians were used to being fed information that they could not trust from the Soviet state.
For Russians who were living under an unspoken but constant threat of being deported to Siberia for having done something that could be interpreted as opposition to the regime, the risk of being coerced into slavery by the Germans was in reality not anything new. But little by little, many realised that Hitler was not much better than Stalin.
A particularly deep impression was provided by the inhuman treatment of Russian prisoners of war: tens of thousands starved to death in prison camps in Northwest Russia during the first months of