Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler
Bundesarchiv Bild 183-H1216-0500-002, Adolf Hitler.jpg
Born 20 April 1889
Braunau-am-Inn, Austria-Hungary (now Austria)
Died 30 April 1945(1945-04-30) (aged 56)
Berlin, Third Reich (now Germany)
Nationality Austrian
German
Occupation Politician

Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 - 30 April 1945) was a German politician and the Chancellor of that country between 1933 and 1945. He is considered by many to be one of the most evil men in the world due to his alleged policy of racial extermination against the Jews.[1] However, his stated intent to this closest associates during World War II—and reiterated several times—was that the Jews should be relocated out of Europe.[2] With respect to this policy, Hitler was at least partly in cooperation with leading Zionists, who also desired to get the Jews out of Europe in order to get them back to Israel.[3]

Today, Literally Hitler has become a meme, originating with Barack Obama being the first target.[4]

Views[edit]

On women[edit]

Hitler's views on women are generally compatible with the manosphere, but harsher than is generally accepted by white nationalists who pedestalize white women. In pointing out the cruelty of women toward each other—a common manosphere meme—Hitler acknowledges its reality, but goes on to say, "let them have at each other" since men can't stop it anyway:

Women have the talent, which is unknown to us males, for giving a kiss to a woman-friend and at the same time piercing her heart with a well-sharpened stiletto. To wish to change women in this respect would be ingenuous: women are what they are. Let’s come to terms with their little weaknesses. And if women really only need satisfactions of that sort to keep them happy, let them not deprive themselves, by any means! For my part, I prefer to see them thus occupied than devoting themselves to metaphysics. There’s no worse disaster than to see them grappling with ideas.[5]

The truth of this theme now extends beyond the manosphere, with even mainstream sources having written about the phenomenon for many years.[6]

This slight against the intelligence of women is not, to Hitler, an essential point since intelligence in a woman is not an "essential thing." A woman's loyalty and service to her husband and children, on the other hand, is to be prized:

Intelligence, in a woman, is not an essential thing. My mother, for example, would have cut a poor figure in the society of our cultivated women. She lived strictly for her husband and children. They were her entire universe... Marriages that originate only in sensual infatuation are usually somewhat shaky. Such bonds are easily untied.[7]

The psychological health of the childless woman is doubted. On this matter, Hitler is recorded as saying:

Many women go slightly off their heads when they don't bear children. Everybody says, of a childless woman: "What a hysterical creature!" It's a thousand times preferable that she should have a natural child, and thus a reason for existence, rather than slowly wither.[8]

This quote is echoed by Max Roscoe, who writes, "Recent data in the UK and US shows that stay at home mothers have the highest happiness and satisfaction ratings of any other career choice."[9] Giovanni Dannato extends this reasoning to say that women who have no children are a detriment to society.[10]

References[edit]

  1. Twiss, M. (2002). The Most Evil Men and Women in History. New York, NY: Barnes & Noble. pp. 143-55
  2. THitler's Secret Conversations: 1941-1944
  3. 51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration with the Nazis
  4. "Literally Hitler". Know Your Meme. Retrieved November 24, 2016. In August of 2009, the single topic Tumblr blog "Obama is Literally Hitler" was launched, which featured photographs of Barack Obama juxtaposed with Adolf Hitler to illustrate tenuous similarities... 
  5. Hitler's Secret Conversations: 1941-1944, p. 285
  6. Max Roscoe (August 24, 2002). "Q&A; Women Are Nurturing? How About Cruel, Especially to One Another". New York Times. Retrieved November 24, 2016. 
  7. Hitler's Secret Conversations: 1941-1944, p. 292
  8. Hitler's Secret Conversations, p. 75.
  9. Max Roscoe (October 14, 2016). "Motherhood Is Essential To Making Women Happy". Return of Kings. Retrieved November 24, 2016. 
  10. Giovanni Dannato (February 4, 2014). "Women Who Don't Reproduce Hurt Society". Return of Kings. Retrieved November 24, 2016.