>Calling out impiety isn't Abrahamic nor did the Greeks and Romans done it the same sense as the Muslims and Christians
<Greeks and Romans used to have gay orgies, therefore you should too
Your false equivalence fallacy goes both ways. They were certainly not as serious about it as Abrahamists are, not to mention that their faith has changed a lot over time and was under direct influence by Semitic religions. Inb4 you handpick a few accounts out of millions of scenarios to le prove how they were just like my Mosaic kings who genocided le idol-worshipers and other Abrahamistic fanatics. Because it's their approach to religion that you are promoting, no matter what kind of "pagan" guise you try to sell it under. Aryan heathens were more of mystics and philosophers than priests.
>They were secular, but not de facto
How? There was no policy giving any kind of organized religious body temporal powers over the state, no religious belief was enforced as a state policy, nor was any lack thereof penalized. You were pretty much free to believe whatever you want as long as it's not Judaism and similar poisons, and as long as your beliefs are not in contradiction with NS goals and policies.
>Sooner or later the NSDAP had plans to make neo-paganism officially de facto after the war.
There would be no need for it as long as the proper worldview is restored. They wanted Germans to return to their healthy, pagan roots and abandon Judaic mindset, not enforce some kind of organized religion.
>Secularism shouldn't and wouldn't be official forever
Theocracy is as bad as Marxism is. That doesn't mean that there shouldn't be any kind of spiritual guidance of course
>although it was still designated to be less Judaic and more centered on a pagan form of pan-Germanicism or at-least what the state desired for a better change for Germany
Exactly. They didn't seek to kill any German for "impiety" just because he didn't adhere to some kind of Mosaic law. They sought what's good for their people, not serving the interests of any religion. And their policies were such that their beliefs would advance over time, they would build a bridge between ancient myths, metaphysics etc. and proper, healthy futurism.
>you do not understand how religion works
I know exactly how a religion works, especially organized religion, and how subversive it can be if taken over by (((the wise men)))
. Checks and balances are required, which is what NSDAP implemented.
>When are you ever going to prove that National Socialism were willingly to accept atheists and agnostics?
You are claiming that they didn't so the burden of proof is on you. When was anyone rejected from joining NSDAP for being irreligious?
>You don't even know what religion means nor understand piety and the perspective Hitler and other pan-Aryanists had
Piety is a concept derived from semitic slave morality, and the perspective that Hitler had was far too will-infused to be restrained by such nonsense. Portraying him as some kind of meek hippie is as wrong as portraying him as a bloodthirsty monster, because he was neither. Pan-Aryanists were inspired by the gods, they didn't seek to grovel before them, obey a huge list of autistic laws and perform meaningless technical ceremonies typical for the semites, but to make their ancestors proud and manifest the archetypes of their gods, to BE the gods themselves, because that was in their blood.
>every man with beliefs of the supernatural is bound to create a theocracy?
Only if you have obsessive-compulsive disorder, like a certain inferior deity and its golems.