I've brought up the influence that the Jesuits had in the creation of national socialism many times. Be it with their racism against Jews or the way the SS was modeled, which Himmler himself admitted. But how then, were the Jesuits attacked by them?
My theory is that Himmler was somehow involved in the death of the black pope back in those days and he was recognized by a fraction of the Jesuits to have become the new "black pope". So the movement the national socialists made against the church was about getting rid of the opposition.
It's just a theory, but it does explain a few holes, like the reason behind the national socialists pushing for anti-Clericalism. Or why a new black pope wasn't chosen for a good while after Wlodimir died.