Then, I would like to make two statements, that might seem off topic but in my opinion will contribute to this thread.
- Italy did not send any Jews/Gipsies/... to concentration camps until B.M. was freed by A.H. and became his pawn
- By your definition in a later post, you state that the White Mantle are doing what their religion tells them. While the holocaust was not dictated by A.H.'s religion, is it not possible that he actually believed in the fact that they were an evil that needed to be destroyed, even if this belief was because the man was crazy (cf. Stalin at the end of his life, making Jews enemy of the Soviet state)?
To project this onto the White Mantle:
From a modern Western point of view, what they did was evil. However, in their eyes, it is the best thing they could do. To stay in the WWII time-period, a popular saying with revolutionaries was "Sometimes we need to sacrifice for the greater good". The White Mantle actually believe that, by killing the Chosen, they can save the world.
To be even more of a pain in the ***, I would like to finish this little text by an eternally circling paradox: Everything is equally true, when looked at from it's own perspective.