What about Adolf Hitler



  • What do u think about uncle Adolf?



  • What am I supposed to think? He was a murderer, an egomaniac and a manipulator, under his rule, 11 million people were killed using as excuse the alleged superiority of the aryan race over the others. So honestly, I don't get the point of this topic.



  • coward and merciless



  • But, he was a good artist



  • Underappreciated



  • @green thats why he wasn't accepted to university lol, to study art



  • Will it be bad to say that I hate Adolf Hitler. He had done cruel and wrong things to over millions of people all because, of their diffreances such as their religion, disablities and the fact they were not perfect enough. As someone that has her father's side of the family jewish I really hate Hitler.



  • A madman. A murderer. Killed mercilessly. Tormented millions. Loved war. Killed millions and created a cult of killing. Not a good artist. Evil.



  • @green he had a good consept because the jews kidnapped little kids and ate them. link text



  • @nasta said in What about Adolf Hitler:

    @green thats why he wasn't accepted to university lol, to study art

    He did got architect scholarship for the same university he applied though,
    but Adolf turned it down and despised them to even consider him as an architect
    rather than painter. The scholars saw Hitler as an successful Architect, due to
    his interest of building and various of structure design and they complemented his
    drawing ability, but said his painting ability wasn't any near good enough,
    that made Adolf really really angry.

    Historians say he was a very smart from very early age on, very polite,
    very well spoken, good with the ladies, just makes you wonder what drives
    a painter at heart, man who absolutely loved art, nature and history,
    to what he became. (also loved his mother very much)

    There are as so many theories about the matter why
    this failed painter became this monster.

    Some say he was a very angry human from very young age on,
    his school mates recall moments where he would make these
    angry "speeches" to whom ever listened about pretty much everything,
    he had opinion about many matter but those are only here say,
    nothing really substantial.

    He hated the Austrian empire for conquering his home land
    some historians say this was (combined to Henry Ford's anti-semitic
    pamphlet publications, he red while visiting in the states
    when he was a young man) part that grew the hate towards Austrian's
    who were very Jewish pro and Hitler being a religious man
    who was taught that Jewish was to blame what happened to Jesus Christ,
    so, yeah...

    His mother's death effected him a lot, historians say,
    he started using drugs, he got depressed. mourned
    his mother's death long time.

    Some say he was just a cocked up (forced) patsy, a puppet for Nazi generals,
    who actually had the real power, made all of the decisions, he was just the front man,
    and in reality Hitler wasn't very smart at all, actually quite naive and fool, they
    tricked him to take cocaine (or such) to control him.

    Not here to defend him, obviously, but just makes you wonder how these things happen,
    one failed painter cuts off his ear, becomes famous, the other becomes one of
    the most horrible persons human history has ever known, go figure.



  • @gybon-blaklok said in What about Adolf Hitler:

    Not here to defend him, obviously, but just makes you wonder how these things happen,
    one failed painter cuts off his ear, becomes famous, the other becomes one of
    the most horrible persons human history has ever known, go figure.

    I think that most artists have unconventional thinking patterns. If van Gogh had fought in the WWI, he might've become a right-wing radical for all we know. Hitler saw the horrors of war and it probably deformed his very nature.

    I mean, they both had a lot of anger in them. One of them internalized it and subjected himself to torture, the other externalized it and subjected millions of people to torture.


 

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