Gottfried Feder wrote:
“The same must be said of all the coarse, stupid attacks on Christianity. Expressions such as “Christianity has only done harm” merely show that the man who utters them has neither human and political intelligence. It is wrong to abuse in general terms the greatest phenomenon in European history because of the perversities, erroneous ideas and defaults of individuals. The Christian Religion has uplifted and strengthened millions and millions, and brought them to God by the way of suffering.”
”Thus, the German National Socialist Party stood for the common interest of the people above self-interest, as Christians are directed to do by God in His Word …”
From 1917 on, Feder studied financial politics and economics on his own; he developed a hostility towards wealthy bankers during World War I and wrote a “manifesto on breaking the shackles of interest” (“Brechung der Zinsknechtschaft”) in 1919. This was soon followed by the founding of a “task force” dedicated to those goals that demanded a nationalisation of all banks and an abolition of interest.
Adolf Hitler attended a course at Munich University in early June 1919, one of those lecturers were Gottfried Feder, an expert on economics, who taught the students, including Adolf Hitler, about Jewish “economics” . Adolf Hitler said this in Mein Kampf,
For the first time in my life I heard principled discussion of stock exchange and loan capital. Right after listening to Feder’s first lecture, the thought ran through my head that I have now found the way to the most essential premises for the foundations of a new party. In my eyes Feder’s merit consisted in having established with ruthless brutality the speculative and character of the stock exchange and loan capital, and in having exposed its eternal and age-old presupposition which is interest (usury)!
The expertise of Gottfried Feder on the Jewish banking schemes had crystallized Adolf Hitler’s understanding of how Jews started wars and what their real aims are.
Gottfried Feder would later become a very important member of the NSDAP and had a major role into the developing of the Twenty Five Points of the Party’s Platform. (In Deutsch: Gottfried Feder – Das Programm der NSDAP und seine weltanschaulichen Grundgedanken – 1928)