Why I Like Hitler

“Of course he likes Hitler, he’s an evil atheist Satan-worshiper!” No, you Dumbazian, atheists are not immoral devil-followers. We know the devil doesn’t exist…did you not read my post ‘From Catholicism to Christianity?’ (Dumbazians are people from Dumbazia, the land of the dumbasses!) Suggesting I like Hitler because I am an atheist is asinine; especially when it is a fact that Christians are more inclined to support Hitler’s views. ***I strongly recommend reading the aforementioned post, for those who are new to my blog.***

Followers of Christ are quick to deny the fact that Hitler was not an atheist; he was a Christian who believed in “god.” When he gained power, Adolf made a clear distinction between his National Socialism, and Christianity. The purpose was to ensure that his power remained absolute and unchallenged; the separation had nothing to do with his religious ideology. Hitler didn’t want his followers to be influenced by the Pope; relinquishing power was not an option for the Fuhrer.

“What a preposterous notion, suggesting that Hitler was a Christian; the guy committed genocide for Christ’s sake!” Really? Let’s review the facts and see if there is any connection. Genocide? Hmmm, where have I read about genocide before? Oh that’s right, in the bible. God repeatedly committed acts of genocide. Don’t believe me? Ask the citizens of Sodom and Gomorrah. And how can I forget the flood–Noah and his family were the only people on earth who were good enough for “god?” The story of the flood was genocide on steroids! It seems like the bible is the place to go to learn how to commit a proper genocide. (This may come as a surprise, the Hutu in Rwanda were Christians! Who were the Hutu? They were the people who committed genocide against the Tutsi.)

Christians believe Jews are going to Hell, maybe Hitler was carrying out “god’s” work.   I wouldn’t be surprised if that was the mindset of the Christians during WWII. They probably believed the genocide was “god’s” way of punishing Jewish people for denying Christ. Just listen to the way Christians talk about Muslims today; I doubt they had any compassion for the people they hold responsible for killing their beloved mythical Jesus.

How can I forget the Spaniards. Those Mayans and their ungodly religion…WIPE THEM OUT!!! I cringed when I read stories about Spanish soldiers who ensured the sharpness of their swords by chopping up Mayan children. Maybe someone should have explained to the great Mayan civilization that the only road to salvation is through “Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.” Let me not even discuss the genocidal acts committed against the Native Americans by the United States of America. John O’Sullivan was the Catholic who coined the phrase “Manifest Destiny!” Too bad the Native Americans never received the memo from Jesus!

The ancient Greeks were no strangers to genocide, either. At least the Christians killed in the name of “god.” The Greeks waged a ten year siege against the city of Troy. Why? Because Helen, the wife of Menelaus, decided that she was in love with Paris, son of King Priam of Troy. Shamed Menelaus, cried to his big brother and the King of Kings, Agamemnon, who led the Greeks against the Trojans. That’s right, genocide happened over a woman. “But that’s a myth!” And you mean to tell me the stories in the bible are not!

These famed heroes are never labeled as evil, but Hitler is history’s devil. History must be void of emotion; seeking the truth and reporting the information to the world is the only goal. Sometimes, I find my self rooting for the Germans when watching the documentaries, because I am able to follow the story and treat the events of WWII as I would any other in history. How ridiculous would a person sound if he or she waged a smear campaign against the Huns or the Visigoths?

It is time for the Jewish people to forgive Hitler. Isn’t that what the Torah teaches? I mean, the man is going to spend an eternity in Hell…seems like the punishment fit the crime! Right? When I was a Catholic, I found it in my heart to forgive Hitler for his sins because I was taught, that was the right thing to do!

“Do you really like Hitler?” Yes! Not how you would expect though. I wouldn’t pass him a note in study hall asking, “Do you like me? Circle yes or no!” I’m not enamored with the guy! (I would have banged the anti-Semite out of Eva Braun though!) When I say I like Hitler, I mean from the point of view of a historian. How can I, or any historian, not like Hitler? Just mention his name and people stop what they are doing and pay attention. When it was first launched, The History Channel featured Hitler week. The ratings were so astronomically high that the people in charge decided to incorporate Hitler documentaries almost daily.

Do you think it’s a coincidence that Hitler’s name is on the title of almost every WWII documentary? Most of the interesting channels follow suit. NatGeo, the Discovery Channel, History International, The Military Channel, etc. World War II was fascinating. The fact that we have footage and a detailed paper trail allows historians to uncover more information than ever before. I’m no neo-Nazi, but I don’t think there is a more interesting period in history. They should just come out with the Hitler network; it’s annoying having to search through several channels in order to find the new documentaries, which are truly enjoyable.

I also enjoy reading about the History of Germany and how the Nazis gained power. I am tempted to give a historical background, but that would be uninteresting and boring for the for “the cool kids.” (You know I care so much about what the cool kids think! Ejukayshun iz sew unkool!!! Agreed!) The interesting evolution of German unification starts with the Prussians and ends with Hitler. (German history is historian porno!) I have countless books on the subject, in my personal library, and I enjoyed several courses about Germany and Hitler. (Walking into Barnes and Noble and handing the clerk a book with a large swastika on the cover is not for the faint-of-heart!) I will continue to learn as much as I can about Hitler’s Germany because the subject intrigues me; Adolf’s story is unparalleled. The man witnessed Germany’s destruction during World War I, and he was able to lead the country back to prominence. Who doesn’t like an underdog story? Studying the primary documents and reading the actual back channel communications leading up to the war was phenomenal. Other than the Vatican Secret Archives, Nazi documents would be my favorite to peruse.

All of the “necessary” channels feature Hitler documentaries because he sells; he sells better than sex. In fact, if a Hitler porno was created, it would be the highest grossing adult film in history. They should call it ‘Hitler’s Nuts’ (The key to a great porno title is the pun. Does it mean Hitler is nuts, as in crazy, or does it literally mean Hitler’s nuts, describing the semen he loves to spread all over Nazi whores!)

Most people get caught up in the war, but Hitler had many other interests than German expansion. He created the autobahn, the world’s greatest roadway, which has sections with no speed-limits. (I will drive a car on the autobahn and reach at least one hundred and fifty miles per hour; my American record is one hundred and twenty-three!) Hitler hired an automotive genius by the name of Ferdinand Porsche to create an affordable car; it was Adolf’s vision to develop a car which all Germans could own. Porsche’s designs became the Volkswagen, which is German for “The People’s Car.” I don’t have to tell you what Mr. Porsche decided to do with his life after he fell out of the graces of the Fuhrer. (I just thought about it; some people need to be spoon fed. Porsche is the founder of the car company!)

Hitler was a champion orator and the greatest motivator. I would love for him to come back and coach the Denver Broncos. The team would never lose a game. Of course, hiring Hitler as the team’s coach would be a public relations nightmare for owner Pat Bowlen and his executive vice-president, THE GREAT JOHN ELWAY! Long Live John Elway!

Germans should embrace Hitler for all of the advancements that he created in the country. He was a great leader. Adolf was also cunning. During the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, he removed all of the Nazi anti-Semitic propaganda, and fooled the world into believing that Germany was a diverse and tolerant country. (Many of Hitler’s contemporary leaders were well aware of the truth, but everyone remained silent.) Do you realize, the allied forces met at the Treaty of Versailles following World War I and placed heavy restrictions on Germany. It was illegal for Hitler to create a massive army, and he was still able to take on the world; the guy was a genius! [I am not going to sit here and list all of the many accomplishments of Adolf Hitler, you can research the information for yourselves.]

Let me deal with the big elephant in the room concerning Hitler; THE HOLOCAUST. How can I talk about the Fuhrer as a German Hero without being outraged by the appalling acts he committed? The way I see it, if people can view George Washington as an American Hero, I can view Hitler as a German hero. They can leave out the “minor” detail–Slavery, and I’ll leave out the “minor” detail–the Holocaust. The word hero is thrown around freely, but I wonder what the answer would be if I asked a Native American which of the American Presidents is the biggest hero!

I often hear people attempting to decide which event was worse, American Slavery or the Holocaust. That would be like arriving at the scene of a horrific accident, in which two brothers were killed, and asking the mother which death causes her more pain!

Slavery in the United States and the Holocaust are equally shameful. But we must not forget that each event is based on a precedent, set in the bible. I already discussed biblical genocide, but as far as slavery is concerned, “god” gave rules on how to treat slaves. In the book of Leviticus, speaking about the redemption of property, “the lord” said:

“Slaves, male and female, you may indeed possess, provided you buy them from among the neighboring nations. You may also buy them from among the aliens who reside with you and from their children who are born and reared in your land. Such slaves you may own as chattels, and leave to your sons as their hereditary property, making them perpetual slaves.” – Leviticus 25:44-46. (Read your Bible!)

I guess Washington and Hitler were simply trying to follow “god’s” example. Maybe that’s why the saying is, “What Would Jesus Do?,” because we don’t want people doing what god did; that guy was a jealous angry asshole. “God is good! All the time!” Yeah right!!!

“Why I Like Hitler?” Not outlandish after all!!!

@PeteTeix617

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49 responses to “Why I Like Hitler

  1. Nice, so you like Asshole’s, Hitler was an sick fuck (for a lack of better word) it doesn’t it make it ok ,to do what he did. Because our sick Presidents did it. You can’t be no fool to do what he did…So yes, He is a genius. At that time compared to who? You like Hitler because he directly didn’t effect you. Now if he did this to Cape Verde how would you feel? Hitler was to smart for his own good…I’m thankful Germany Albert Einstein didn’t have blue eyes…lol

    • I don’t support what Hitler did to the Jewish people. What I am saying is, he was just like everyone else. No better no worse. How is Hitler a sick fuck and “god” not. People hate him because the events happened recently, but in a thousand years they will be talking about the “Hero of Germany!” If it was against CV, I would feel the same way. I have no hatred towards the Portuguese who controlled CV for centuries; I actualy like Portugal! I also don’t hate the leaders in America who allowed slavery. It’s just a part of history. People think with emotion and it clouds judgement.

  2. Oh yeah “god” is sick, I dont claim him no mo…lol mass murders should be looked down upon and striped from there achievements! Wait, I actually believe we need “sick fuck” for poplution control. So I’m really on the fence with this one.

    • Ha ha. In Tebow we trust! Don’t allow the media to paint Hitler as a monster. We talk about the great pharoahs of Egypt. They killed at will! No one cares because it happened thousands or years ago.

  3. Not me…, I like to read, because I read the “Bible” I realized it was fake…as for pharoahs they was the biggest slave/pimps master of all time. They started “bling bling” (their blood line is currently receiving royalties from cash money records)

    • Hitler was influenced by others and he truly believed what he was taught. A major influence was the father of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther (Lutheran Church), who was the biggest hater of Jewish people. Hitler and most of Christian Germany followed his teachings. Belief can be a dangerous thing!

      • He was also influenced by a Russian book called ‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.’ Someone created a story about the “true” Jewish plan to control the world. It was believed by the Nazis. They feared the Jews were plotting against Germany.

  4. It sounds like you’re just trying to be on the bully’s side… Ppl who want to seem strong and intelligent put emotions aside but it’s unrealistic. Hilter was intelligent but also an idiot because he used his intelligence to lead ppl in the wrong direction. He should of used all of that power to brainwash the ppl into doing the right thing. Who hurt you so bad? Why are so against emotions? You need a balance…

    • Ha ha! I have to disagree! If I spported bullies, I would follow “god” and religion. There is no bigger bully than “the almighty” from the bible. I am not hurt at all, in fact, I’m probably the most jovial person I know. I don’t write out of anger. These are my feelings and they are based on facts. Emotions exist, but we don’t have to let them control our actions. Understanding emotions is the key! When I study a subject, I do my best to try and understand why certain events happened; there are two sides to every story!

  5. Ok, you don’t support God and that’s ok. (To each its own) You do support or “like” Hilter and his accomplishments…. He is a bully. He is more than just a bully he’s sick-as one of the other bloggers called it. Therefore you support a sick bully, terrorist whatever you would like to call it. Hilter was horrible for leading the holocaust….point blank! Same goes to any other mastermind who gets a rise out of mistreating others who are weak and not as bright. I actually don’t think you write out of anger at all because that would be an emotion in itself but I have noticed that you’ve mentioned in a few of your pieces that you rather not deal with emotions. There has to be a reason. Emotions are not always a bad thing. You can still reason while being emotional that’s where balance comes in. Being too emotional is just as hurtful as being too practical.

    • Emotions cloud the mind. They are unnecessary when dealing with facts. The way you feel about a subject has nothing to do with what actually happened! I am not running from emotion, I know it is there, I accept it, but I don’t let it factor in when dealing with facts. I don’t like Hitler the person; I think he is just like anyone else who is brainwashed by religion. I understand what he did. It was religious in nature. I think you didn’t understand the point of my post. I wasn’t trying to say Hitler was a good person, I simply said I like Hitler. I like reading about his life and I like the way he took on the world. I’m a historian an I love reading about WWII. I don’t factor in the Holocaust because it doesn’t change the fact that’s he was a great leader. Blame God and religion for what Hitler did to the Jews. Before you call someone a monster you have to understand all of the factors that led to his actions. Hitler was all about “god.” He was doing what he believed was the right thing. How can a believer in “god” blame another person for doing the same? W. Invaded Iraq because of his religious beleifs, it’s the main problem with religion. I blame the ideology, not the person who was brainwashed! Why can someone say “George Washington was a great man” and noone mentions the fact that he supported slavery. I don’t write to piss people off, it’s not my fault “the truth hurts!”

  6. You probably did it for effect, but based on what you wrote, your title should have been “why I like studying Hitler”…not “why I like Hitler”

  7. Ok well maybe you shoulf re-write this post because I think that anyone reading it would get the wrong idea. I can understand you liking to learn about him. I like watching shows that break down detail by detail how murders think and accomplish some of craziest crimes. I don’t on the other hand have ANYTHING positive to say about these ppl. Just because everyone else is going along with the cycle of making the same mistakes over and over again doesn’t mean that it should be tolerated or considered in any way a good thing. He wad not a great leader because he lead ppl during the holocaust to murder and mistreat others with no reason but their appearance or religious beliefs. It’s all wrong regardless of who it is. I haven’t read the Bible from cover to cover so I won’t pass judgement. I do think from what I’ve read it does have good writings and advice. I have a hard time committing to any one religion also because I see good and bad in every. I realize the devastation religion has caused too. But in God I Believe! There is a higher power! However how we have tried to explain Him and what he stands for may be flawed.

    • I agree with what you have been saying, but you can’t judge someone based on one aspect of his life. Martin Luther King Jr was an amazing leader during the Civil Rights movement, but he was a horrible husband who cheated on his wife; should we judge him based on that fact? I am simply looking at Hitler from what he accomplished for Germany; he was a great leader. Just like Washington was a great leader for America, but he allowed slavery.

      • It is true. Noone is perfect but the extreme of what Hilter did is just unforgivable. His decision to take part in the Holocaust takes away from everything positive he ever did. It sucks but it’s true. Do all the good you want but it will not protect you from ridicule when you are dead wrong.

    • I don’t think he was a leader at all! In his case, he may have been doing the right thing by helping the people who were suffering. Whether or not he was right is up to each individual patient. I would rather die than suffer!

  8. No I do not know much about MLK’s personal life but that’s interesting. I will read up on it. By the way Washington and many others supported slavery. Slavery wasn’t the problem it helped many ppl to afford coming to America. As a slave you would be supported as an exchange for your labor. The problem arised when someone, similar to Hilter, decided to take their power to another level. It was then that slavery took a turn for the worse….

  9. You mean the forced Africans didn’t want come but the indentured servants did. Slavery existed all over the world from the start but in a mild form even in Africa. When the white slave masters seen how accomplished the Africans were they wanted them willingly or not. The realized they could out smart them by placing them in a foreign land. What happened over time with America was a shame.

      • An indentured servant is a form of slavery. It’s been a long day so i’m going to give it a rest. You should definitely write about how the bible influenced the Europeans into treating the Africans as if they were animals. Like Hilter the Europeans misused their intelligence and power…. When is someone who is influential going to use their advantage to do the right thing?

  10. So where do we stand? Hitler, was a genius, who’s plan was to take over the world (to bad his sidekick was Pinky). Buy ridding the world of Jews and fail miserably. Imagine if Hitler’a plan worked…what would we be doing now. (visualizing me driving a Volkswagen….Agh…*chills*)

    • My goal is never to tell people what to think; I don’t mind different opinions. My purpose is to influence people to think and question everything! I state my opinions and explain my views; the more I can inspire others to comment and challenge, the better off we all will be! But in the end…entertainment has to be priority number one!

  11. Entertaining indeed! I had so many thoughts and comments after I read this but then I realized that damn its been all pretty much said! So to sum it up: Bulimundo, yes I agree to better understand where Peter is coming from the title “why I enjoy studying about Hitler” wouldve been better but it wouldn’t have been as effective that way, 2. Wise1 makes some good points especially on saying that Hitler was a bully, just like other ppl in power who used their status to hurt others. And Dumbazia?! Really!! I knew all these dumbasses came from somewhere!!

  12. Haha! To be honest, which I tend to be no matter how hurtful, the ones that stood out were the ones I mentioned but I plan on reading ur blog so maybe then I’ll have comments…I did however enjoy ur comment on feeling left out by me!!

  13. The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read, but I actually thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix if you werent too busy looking for attention.

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