“We are socialists. We are enemies of today's capitalistic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are determined to destroy this system under all conditions.” Adolf Hitler May 1, 1927
Now, Hitler was a powerful and spellbinding speaker who attracted a wide following of Germans desperate for change. Hilter did not gain his following through hate speech. He gained them through his charismatic speeches that gave people hope by promising to redistribute wealth and balance out the system.
He promised the disenchanted a better life and a new and glorious Germany. The Nazis appealed especially to the unemployed, young people, and members of the lower middle class (small store owners, office employees, craftsmen, and farmers).
So Hitler created jobs…through government. While at the same time, he criticized certain segments of the population, demeaning them, blaming the countries woes upon them. The rich, they just ruin everything.
A favorite tactic employed by leftists is to describe the Nazis as “right wing,” with Adolf Hitler, their leader, as the grand leader of this “right wing” movement. Rewriting history is pretty common for leftists, as their history is littered with injustice
Did you know the KKK was founded by Democrats? Interesting, huh?
Adolf Hitler wasn’t “right wing.” Hitler was a socialist. NAZI stands for National Socialist German Workers‘ Party.
Hitler initially had the support of the mob of people.
Germany lost World War I. As such, Germany was in a state of economic and national depression. Not totally unusual for losing a giant war. But the depression was a long, drawn out one (15 years) leaving the German people poor, hungry, desperate, lacking any confidence. Then along came a young man named Adolf Hitler…
After that depression, Hitler made a huge promise to his people: employment for all. How did he do it? Roads and infrastructure:
By putting people back to work and making huge public spending, inflation was bound to happen. However, Hitler kept this under control by not allowing wages to rise with prices. This may have been one unpopular aspect of Hitler’s economic policy but there were many that the people supported.
Hitler demeaned the Jews. He blamed the economic and national depression on them. He instituted national boycotts of their business. He then took their money through taxes and outright looting. They weren’t paying their “fair share.”
Anyone who claims Trump is “Hitleresque” needs to SERIOUSLY brush up on their history. History is what it is – you cannot change it.
As much as I like Bernie and do NOT personally compare him to Hitler – nor do I think he has the same ill-intent Hitler did – Bernie is the one candidate that is MOST like Hitler. Not Donald Trump.
With that said – I am a loyal supporter of Donald Trump. I have followed him for many years and believe he does have the best interest of our country at heart.
When you have a candidate that BOTH sides are coming against – that tells me, he is the right man for the job. I encourage you to watch this video and see what people are saying – people who have KNOWN him for many years. People who share stories of Donald Trump that the media doesn’t want us to see. Hear about the REAL man – not the political candidate and then make your decision.