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Your thoughts on some interesting quotes from Adolf Hitler?

26.0k TheGuyYouMightKnow  3.9 years ago

First off I am not a supporter of Hitler or his movement, I am no Nazi. This post is purely to learn about what you guys think, I am not trying to push any views on you.

"What does democracy or authoritarian state mean for those international hyenas? They don't care at all! They are only interested in one thing!
Are you willing to be plundered? Yes or no? Are you stupid enough to keep quite in the process? Yes or no?"

"When a democracy is stupid enough not to stand up, then it is good! But when an authoritative state declares 'you do not plunder our people any longer, neither from the inside or outside.' Then that is bad."

Obviously Hitler was a terrible person, but in my opinion, not everything he ever said was wrong.

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    19.9k Brendorkus

    Although a psychopath, Hitler was a very influential and charismatic speaker.

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    @PhantomBladeCorp I think I get what you mean, Europe's immigrant problem is certainly a mess I could go on about forever, but I wont start on that.

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    47.3k Phantomium

    You might find what I say weird but even the most terrible people tend to say some truths that, in a way, are true. Take what Stalin once said: "Power comes out of a long rifle." This is a way of emphasizing both the control and the power a government has over the people in the case of dictatorships. Rule by force is the concept he tries to promote.
    In the case of Hitler, that first quote is... interesting, I suppose? When you come to think of how, for instance, the EU is trying to force member states to take in immigrants (many of them illegal; by the way, it was proven that these immigrants bring little to no economic benefit), you also start to think of who exactly forces them to do so. It's clearly the European Parliament but, once you delve deeper, you can find some ties to Jews (wouldn't be surprising since we all know how much Jews hate Muslims) and other Muslim countries in the region. You start asking yourself a plethora of why's. And you start to see that what Hitler said turns out to be true in a way that it's not international hyenas, as he put it, that seek to tear down society as we know it, but rather regional powers. They chose their target well as we, Europeans, tend to be warm-hearted. We know what suffering means. We've seen the horrors of two world wars, the Holocaust, the Gulags, and so on. As such, when we see people suffering (their background doesn't matter), we try and help them as much as we can. But, you see, this time, we were fooled: instead of bringing hard working people that respect our cultural norms and wish to integrate within European society successfully, we brought in what Janusz Korwyn-Mikke (a Polish politician known for his hard stance on women and how they are inferior to men in all aspects - I disagree with this) called "human trash."
    It's quite boring even for me to talk about this and the many, many theories that spring from this mess but I think you got what I wanted to say :)

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    Thanks @TheGuyYouMightKnow

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    @Ihavenorealideawhatiamdoing There's certainly a lot to say about what's been going on in our political/social climate. If you ever need to vent, feel free.

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    I’m afraid your right, the more things “change” the more they stay the same... I hadn’t heard of Mr. Haab, whose bravery I am heartened to hear about, as I don’t read much news as it only makes me angry at the sheer stupidity or plain malicious intent there is in the world, and how successful these people are, I don’t know your stance on this but I am both furious and deeply grieved that children are being murdered under the banner of “women’s rights” whose cult of followers seem to have no other argument than “my body my choice” when in fact it is not there body, but the body of the child whose life they deem unworthy... it sickens me to hear of people like Kermit Gosnell, all the while the liberal media claiming he was “a bad egg” and an “isolated incident” when in fact it was not, and there are similar horror stories from legitimate hospitals where these murders are performed. I suppose I have gone a bit off the original topic, but I find it somewhat relieving to communicate my frustrations to someone with a similar stand-point... @TheGuyYouMightKnow

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    @Ihavenorealideawhatiamdoing It's true that having more armed staff in schools would likely prevent shootings, or at least end them them as early as possible. At some point people may realize that arming schools could very well save lives, however the media will always tell people that the solution is to ban guns. If there is truly a resolution to the issue of shootings, the media will always push for left-wing policy. I think someone like Colton Haab is almost evidence that having proper equipment in schools can save lives, bless him and his quick thinking.

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    I apologize, I’m not trying to push policy, but that is exactly the kind of situation that could so easily be avoided, talking about a general subject (like a school attack) is not nearly as effective as making the person see what has happened, and how easily it could be prevented, I don’t want to use tradgedies like this to advance a political agenda, as liberals are so keen to do whenever they can make guns look like some evil entity, but people need to be convinced of this for the sake of preventing other incidents, a visceral example is the best way to grab there attention and make them see it. @TheGuyYouMightKnow

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    @Ihavenorealideawhatiamdoing Well let's not go around using the Florida incident to push policy, I agree with you that schools should be armed but let's have some respect. In the case of my school there are a few police officers who walk around, I know they have tasers but I'm not sure if they have any sidearms. Personally I feel very comfortable around armed security, but quite a few people get uneasy around guns, and the schools comply to them.

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    I agree, it’s a shame that so many people simply refuse to see that so much wrong could be stopped, arm teachers in schools or get an armed guard, and I guarantee you there will be a massive decrease in school shootings, and any that happen either very few or no people would be hurt, things like Florida wouldn’t happen because the schools wouldn’t be defenseless anymore. I challenge anyone to give me a reason not to arm citizens. I have heard many of them,all of them are either nonsensical or based on false logic, it’s propaganda... @TheGuyYouMightKnow

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    @Ihavenorealideawhatiamdoing That's one of the main reasons I'm a libertarian. If the German people had the ability to rebel, a pretty good amount likely would. But it's hard to say, one of Hitler's greatest qualities was his ability to inspire people to follow him. His choice to take guns from the people is something I disagree with heavily. In my opinion, if the military has access to something, the citizens should too.

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    @Oski Nazi machines are beyond imagination for their time. If it wasn't for them, America might not have won the space race.

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    ”He who controls the youth, controls the future”

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    He was against civillians owning weapons, along with others like him, think he was right there? One of the first items dictators ban are ban are guns, because it means no one can stop them from taking whatever they want.

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    40.0k Awsomur

    “Strength lies not in defence but in attack.”

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    @Oski It is quite a shame that such smart people did so many evil things, but all we can do is condemn their actions and admire their intelligence.

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    10.2k Xenotriver

    And there comes the paradox: I hate Nazi, but I love Nazi machines XD

    I may have to look for some qoutes.

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