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Originally posted by Gakus
It's sickening to say the least, watching people attempt to justify Hitler and his Nazi's. Thank god they are only a VERY TINY but vocal group. Hitler will always be regarded as one of(presently THE WORST) tyrants to of ever existed. If you can't admit that fact, you are indeed a closest racist living in denial, in which case please jump off a bridge.
[edit on 7-6-2010 by Gakus]
Sometimes it's the symbolic details which speak volumes.
Emil Georg von Stauss, the president of Germany's largest bank, the Deutsche Bank, lent Hitler a portable Remington so he could write his infamous anti-Jewish banker manifesto "Mein Kampf."
Von Stauss, a principal Nazi Party fund raiser, also was a longtime business associate of the Rothschilds.
Originally posted by charlie_the_loafer
reply to post by I_am_Spartacus
I have realized that you put some effort in your post , the only reason i am saying this is because you edited it and added a couple of paragraphs to it and you gave the text a good design. We all do these , all of us after leaving conversations think that we could have said something better that could have made more impact
I am really curios , as you stated " A holocaust will happen again, and when it does people like you will be to blame for it" ... people like you who? would you care to be more specific? people like us that watched this video? or only the ones who commented about it? people like us that like to link this event to the current situation in the world? or maybe the ones that can't see it because their government forbids them?
No matter who YOU will be blaming for the next holocaust that you see happening , only by that line of your , it looks like you want a ticket to the front row of the stone throwers on the ones that are "to be blamed for it"...
Originally posted by Regenstorm
reply to post by hawkiye
I have now seen the famous German leader and also something of the great change he has effected. "Whatever one may think of his methods - and they are certainly not those of a parliamentary country, there can be no doubt that he has achieved a marvelous transformation in the spirit of the people, in their attitude towards each other, and in their social and economic outlook. He rightly claimed at Nuremberg that in four years his movement had made a new Germany. It is not the Germany of the first decade that followed the war - broken, dejected and bowed down with a sense of apprehension and impotence. It is now full of hope and confidence, and of a renewed sense of determination to lead its own life without interference from any influence outside its own frontiers. There is for the first time since the war a general sense of security. The people are more cheerful. There is a greater sense of general gaiety of spirit throughout the land. It is a happier Germany. I saw it everywhere, and Englishmen I met during my trip and who knew Germany well were very impressed with the change. One man has accomplished this miracle. He is a born leader of men. A magnetic and dynamic personality with a single-minded purpose, as resolute will and a dauntless heart. He is not merely in name but in fact the national Leader. He has made them safe against potential enemies by whom they were surrounded. He is also securing them against the constant dread of starvation which is one of the most poignant memories of the last years of the War and the first years of the Peace. Over 700,000 died of sheer hunger in those dark years. You can still see the effect in the physique of those who were born into that bleak world.
David Lloyd George, Daily Express, September 17. 1936
Originally posted by anonmoux
reply to post by charlie_the_loafer
Hitler was not only a good leader but a great leader like anyone ever walked this planet. He was as much bad or you can say evil as any common leader like George Washington, Winston Churchill or Edward II not more or less.