Saturday, January 24, 2009

In History, There Always Will Be a “Hitler”


By Chimpplanet

The United States just went through a “Hitler” of sorts for the past eight years. Bush was a dictator (that’s what “Decider” really meant) and he quietly and subtly tortured hundreds in Abu Ghraib and in Guantanamo and probably killed a total of millions in Iraq, Afghanistan and indirectly in Palestine and Lebanon.

Here, was a “Hitler” but much more subtle, although much of Hitler’s horrors were discovered after he was gone. Maybe, we will discovered many more hidden skeletons now that the Decider is gone.

Israel’s Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, is another “Hitler” but in a smaller scale. He has “only” killed thousands, but in a very cruel fashion, like Adolf. He has committed ethnic cleansing like that in Germany with the Jews and Jehovah Witnesses and the Polish people.

It’s so interesting that countries that claim to be the leaders in Democracy can so easily revert to total cruelty.

Even, now, there is a large group in the US that is claiming that George Bush was a hero and maybe a saint – he spoke with God, after all. Or so, he claimed.



Giordan said...

Actually, the comparison with Hitler is ridiculous, because Hitler's policies were infinitely more successful than Bush's. For one thing, Bush's policies have benefited only the rich few, while Hitler's benefited the overwhelming majority of the German population. He eliminated unemployment, for example. During the five and a half years Hitler was in power before the war started the standard of living of average German people improved - in fact no country has ever achieved such a national renaissance in a few short years. Did Bush have the same impact on the US?

vlad said...

What a disgusting comparison!
Hitler was a highly decorated combat veteran who deeply loved his race whilst Bush was a craven coward who sold out his own people for 30 pieces of silver.

Apart from a Fox news employee, can you even imagine Bush being referred to in these terms!?.........

"Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived...
He had a mystery about him in the way that he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him.
He had in him the stuff of which legends are made."
- John F. Kennedy,
President of the United States of America