Del Zeppnile Posted March 6, 2008 Share Posted March 6, 2008 As I said before, Adolf Hitler got the idea of the Holocaust and the "Final Solution" from reading up on American History. It's in Mein Kompf. He further states what he respected most about America was the fact that its government could exterminate such a large body of its population yet move on and with time, leave the rest of the population forgetting it ever happened. Adolph Hitler was obviously a mad man. His views in Mein Kampf are hardly the thoughts of a sane and rational human being. He may have sited American history as an example, but in the same book he also said blue eyes were the outward sign of a superior intelligence. I respect your view, however your arguement fails to substantiate that the United States had a policy of 'genocide' against anyone. The unfortunate outcome of the combined pressures put on indigenous tribes (not only in North America) but through out history, is a fact. But to automatically claim that it was only due to policy decisions, or that it was designed to be genocidal in all cases, is a stretch of imagination. It's basically mythology. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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