Talk:German Faith Movement
First section 
"...his political sentiments were also commented on." No citation, and quite possibly no substance. Commented on by whom? What did they say?
Removed the last paragraph for use of weasel words and because it served no purpose other than propaganda. The sources it cited were simply website of certain pagan groups and not credible. Anyone disagree? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jäger von Lügen (talk • contribs) 20:18, 1 April 2012 (UTC)
- I didn't check the websites you mention. But as of date, this article is ambiguous and uses terms like "Indian (Hindu)" and "Bhagawad Gita" without any elaboration and particularly without inline citation. The references to Jung's impression of the movement seem to check out, but thus far the article is thoroughly unimpressive.
Are these two sentences contradictory? 
User 22.214.171.124 changed the sentence "sought to move Germany away from Christianity towards a religion based on "immediate experience" of God" which had been there since the creation of the page to "sought to move Germany away from Christianity towards a religion based on National Socialism". How appropriate is it to let this change stand? Are both sentences true? If yes how do we combine both data? Contact Basemetal here 15:49, 24 May 2013 (UTC)