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Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told (yes, that's the title)

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posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 06:40 AM
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Now before I start, THIS THREAD IN NOT IN SUPPORT OF HILTER OR THE NAZI's. The opposite.

Okay, A nice sunny Sunday morning, first in a long time. I sit down, get on the computer and one of the first things I see is this:


Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told-think different


Since the mid-20th century, the world has only ever heard one side of an incredible story. The story of a boy from an ordinary family whose ambition it was to become an artist, but who instead became a drifter. His destiny however was not to drift into the awaiting oblivion, but to rise to the greatest heights of power, eventually to become one of the most influential men who ever lived.

Source: thegreateststorynevertold.tv...

So I watched it....the SIX hour documentarty trailer (in the link story) and I think
EXCUSE ME?!! Did I miss something? Or did they?

As I grow older, things seem to change more dramatically with each passing year. But I feel I had to put my foot brakes on this crazy ride and say Wait A Minute!

Has our world changed so much that we have forgotten or lessened the horrors this man and his influence brought upon this world? I have a feeling that in this SIX HOUR DOCUMENTRY you will find little or no mention of the holocaust and the terrible war he made the world fight!

Listen to the narrator. You would think Hilter was...... well Obama. The Great Oratartor ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ( BS Artist)

Anyway, I do believe in free speech and all but that doesn't deter me/us to beat it down verbally as well.

Or am I wrong? Is there some new eveidence of Hitler's greatness that I haven't heard about ? Educate me.




posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 06:53 AM
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If only the Vienna school of modern art (or whatever its called) had accepted hitlers application, just how would his life had turned out?



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 06:53 AM
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reply to post by anon72
 


It's a documentary about Adolf Hitler.

Why are your knickers in such a twist?



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:01 AM
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I haven't watch the vid and don't know that I will .I will say that WW2 and the Hitler Nazi , SS and other groups that were working behind the scenes gives me pause and reach for salt . Yes even the holocaust as far as the official story goes has parts that turned out to be less then true .Mush like 9/11 there are some things that make me grab the salt .

We some times see it happen on a daily basis with MSM and our political leaders vilifying other leaders who are far from being good but without recognizing some of the evils committed by our own western leaders .I am sure that Hitler was not a great leader but was controlled from behind the scenes just like the western leaders are and who are willing to kill millions of other peoples who end up being innocent people caught in the middle of two controlling fashions . Its standard retoric to villify the others based only on differing opinions ...peace



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:09 AM
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When we look at the history of Julius Caesar, we dont sit and boo the guy. Your tv has told you to care about the holocaust, so you care, even though it's not happening anymore



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:09 AM
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WW2 was so much like how TPTB present it to us that trying to discuss about it to clarify some points will see you go to jail.

That's how true the story told, is.

PS: My comment isn't pro-NAZI or pro-Hitler. Just calling it as it is.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:12 AM
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Loved his dog, made the trains run on time, let his mistress kill herself first (a gentleman, ladies first), gave Charlie Chaplin enough material to make a good movie, what more can you ask for? Six hours seems kind of extreme though, hopefully someone will watch it all and report to this thread (not me though, unless Anne Hathaway is cast as Eva).



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:14 AM
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A short while ago I wrote the following in a thread - "Maybe (insert his name here) knew something we didn't"

That was the entirety of my participation in that thread. My post was removed for extreme T&C violation!

I will be watching this thread through a microscope!!!

OP, thaks for thi vid link, I will be watching it tonight



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:16 AM
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Hmm.

I watched the trailer, and there seems to be extreme bias. That is to be expected from a documentary though.

I don't know what to think personally. Everyone has been force-fed the victor's point of view...maybe it's a good thing to get the other side of the story, or at least some of it. Journalists are regarded as the first drafters of history, the people who record the history as it happens. Well it should be no surprise that what we have is a one sided portrayal, considering the 'journalists' during the war were no more than just propagandists.

Colour me intrigued.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:22 AM
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It's a pretty sad moment when you realize that you can't even 100% believe tales of genocide from WW2 as presented by the media and society in general.

That's not to say that it didn't happen, but WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED?!

History belongs to the victors, and unfortunately for us, the victors are far less than trustworthy.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:24 AM
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of course we don't know everything we should about the guy.

he had very important and useful skill that was abused.

he could persuade people to do exactly what he want them to do.

however, he will remember for the evils he is responsible for.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:25 AM
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Come on? I came up with that when I first took history! Hitler was a pawn, like Obama, do you actually think the elite would let communism spread? That would mean harmony! They can't have that.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:28 AM
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Sorry, for every person who does something terrible, he or she can also be said to have something redeeming about them, too. Almost every murderer these days has a mother who comes out of the woodwork and swears her son is a good boy who would never do something like that.

I'm sure he loved his dogs, but does that wipe out the other things we know he did?

And why should I sympathize with someone who embraced eugenics so whole-heartedly that he raised a regime that attempted to wipe out anyone deemed undesirable - not just Jews, but the mentally/physically disabled, Roma, homosexuals (despite the double standard), and anyone who dissented? Is there much sympathy that should be extended to that because he loved his dogs?



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:32 AM
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ScottProphhit
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Come on? I came up with that when I first took history! Hitler was a pawn, like Obama, do you actually think the elite would let communism spread? That would mean harmony! They can't have that.


sorry, you cannot seriously be comparing Hitler to Obama.

greatest difference being Obama's inability to speak properly.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:34 AM
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To be fair, it's all just perception. They'll still be patriotic German pensioners somewhere in Munich or something who are still convinced their country is the best in the world. Good or bad, there's no such thing, I wonder how hard it would be to believe Hitler went to heaven.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:38 AM
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Yes, and there are still people who love the KKK, too.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:43 AM
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And who is to blame except the parents of the fearful mind of the KKK lover? The white baby never taught itself to fear the black one.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:46 AM
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ScottProphhit
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To be fair, it's all just perception. They'll still be patriotic German pensioners somewhere in Munich or something who are still convinced their country is the best in the world. Good or bad, there's no such thing, I wonder how hard it would be to believe Hitler went to heaven.


Ha, there is a big difference between thinking your country is the best and being a Nazi. Hitler did his best to completely remake the German understanding of their culture and history into something other than what it was. It was enough alike to sway people but enough different to breed a monster.



posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:48 AM
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Many great people live long enough to have stains added to their reputation. If Hitler had stayed a painter, and died young, he made have had a Wikipedia page about him.

Look at James Bevel, who had as much of an impact on the overall history of the 20th century and beyond as Hitler or anybody. Nine months before he died he was convicted of incest (he claimed innocence, and that seems as likely as guilt in this case) and that will stay with his legacy.

O.J. Simpson was one of the best running backs in American football history, yet how many people know that compared with his murder nonconviction. Hitler, at least, made his name for the horrible things he stupidly did, these other guys have their supposed bad deeds tacked onto their previous legacy.

Even the great Wilhelm Reich died in prison.
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posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 07:51 AM
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ketsuko

ScottProphhit
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To be fair, it's all just perception. They'll still be patriotic German pensioners somewhere in Munich or something who are still convinced their country is the best in the world. Good or bad, there's no such thing, I wonder how hard it would be to believe Hitler went to heaven.


Ha, there is a big difference between thinking your country is the best and being a Nazi. Hitler did his best to completely remake the German understanding of their culture and history into something other than what it was. It was enough alike to sway people but enough different to breed a monster.


Not really a big difference, fascism with racist subtones... Sounds alot like the U.S path!
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