Things Today That I Would Love to Say to Adolf Hitler

Here he is, "Mr. Evil," Adolf Hitler.
Here he is, "Mr. Evil," Adolf Hitler. | Source

Writer's note: you may find the content of this hub a bit controversial, but I do not see how. This is a straight-forward piece about a few things I have kept to myself about the one-time, short-lived, thank God, would-be "Ruler of The World," Adolf Hitler. That's all. (Kenneth).

Last photo of Hitler taken April 30, 1945. My advice to him: Stay in your hole!
Last photo of Hitler taken April 30, 1945. My advice to him: Stay in your hole! | Source
Allied soldiers mock  Hitler atop his balcony  at the Reich Chancellery. Photo taken in 1945.
Allied soldiers mock Hitler atop his balcony at the Reich Chancellery. Photo taken in 1945. | Source

Hitler: inhuman beast.

I would hate for people to remember the "one" event in my life to be the cold-blooded murdering of over seven-million Jews in a concentration camps where these harmless people were starved, beaten, burned alive, and treated worse any any dog alive. I am not a judge of anyone, but Adolph Hitler had no soul or conscience as to commit such atrocities as this event that is still the sujbect of many documentaries and talks heard on park and courthouse benches.

"Adolf, this what your henchmen were doing while you were raving on stage. Some were doing bad impressions of you to lighten the mood."
"Adolf, this what your henchmen were doing while you were raving on stage. Some were doing bad impressions of you to lighten the mood." | Source
"So, Mr. Hitler, I hear that your first job before you became so evil was testing football helmets. Am I right?"
"So, Mr. Hitler, I hear that your first job before you became so evil was testing football helmets. Am I right?" | Source

No need to bore you.

You are all very intelligent folks. Personally, I would be very insecure to stand in your presence, (talking to my great followers), and try to discuss something of a complex nature. I wouldn't mind that is if seeing sweat roll down my forehead wetting my shirt made you happy. Then and only then would I try to talk about complex things with you.

This is the sole reason why I am not going to bore you with Hitler's background, biography, childhood, and other things that make for a stuffy hub. I am not, if you do not know it already, about stuffy hubs. And I do not think that I would enjoy the nick-name, "Sominex," to be used instead of my name on my hubs.

Without any further "gee jawing," (a southern term for my latest new follower: Raised By Bears) meaning the movement of my jaws while I talk, here is today's lecture entitled . . .

Things Today That I Would Love to Say to Adolf Hitler

Eva Braun, the love of Hitler's life although it was only for 40 hours.
Eva Braun, the love of Hitler's life although it was only for 40 hours. | Source
Hitler salutes the SS Storm Troopers during a Nazi parade.
Hitler salutes the SS Storm Troopers during a Nazi parade. | Source
Allied troops force German troops to load the remains of the people who they helped to murder in the vile concentration camps. You do read what you sow.
Allied troops force German troops to load the remains of the people who they helped to murder in the vile concentration camps. You do read what you sow. | Source
Thanks to you, Adolf, children had to many times wear gas masks due to Allied bombing of your strongholds.
Thanks to you, Adolf, children had to many times wear gas masks due to Allied bombing of your strongholds. | Source
Hitler, one thing you could not stop was the Christmas spirit.
Hitler, one thing you could not stop was the Christmas spirit. | Source
Your equally-wicked "second-in-command," Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS Storm Troopers.
Your equally-wicked "second-in-command," Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS Storm Troopers. | Source
  • "Well, well. You "are" alive. How would you like to go a few rounds with my Red Oak club that I am holding in my hand?"
  • "I got to give you credit, Adolph. You are far beyond the word, "sorry."
  • "Why did you have such a hatred for those not of your origin?"
  • "Now you made fiery speeches brain-washing non-thinking, humble sheep into believing that you and your kind were the "Super Human Race. If that were so, where are these "super-folks" today?"
  • "You deceived people into believing that you were so courageous, so I invite you to venture toward my part of the United States, the South, but be sure that you come on a Saturday night when The Alabama Crimson Tide beats one of their opponents. Oh, and be sure to wear a shirt that says, "Florida Gators." "Why," you ask. "Oh, when they see you, the answer will suddenly become crystal clear."
  • "Did even your closest "stooges," ever whisper that you were a pervert for marrying your cousin, Eva Braun?"
  • "Was Heinrich Himmler ever offered the movie role of "Curley Howard," you know, "The Three Stooges," before "Curly" agreed to play the part?"
  • "Your moustache has always looked so foolish and out-of-place."
  • "Why didn't you ever opt to grow a goatee instead of that stupid moustache? Hey, the goatee would definitely looked cooler than that wormy hair underneath your nose."
  • "Did you ever think of auditioning for "Death of a Salesman," on Broadway? "I am sure that you could have played the "death" part so well."
  • "I hear that now you are "alive," you cannot stand the sight of a crowd of angry people carrying torches. Is that true?"
  • "Did you ever want to audition for the role of the "monster" in the classic film, "Dr. Frankenstein?"
  • "Did you ever ride one of your motorcycles? We only saw you ride in those long, black limousines."
  • "How much did you pull down a year as dictator of Germany?"
  • "How much, would you say, you and your henchmen steal from the innocent Jews and other races in the countries you took over?"
  • "Guess what, Adolph, buddy. Many of your audiences were listening to each other call you some rather off-color names as you yelled angry threats into the air and stomped on the stage."
  • "Oh, I hate to tell you. You did not win TIME Magazine's "Person of The Year." That honor went to another low life, Osama bin Ladin, who reminded us of you so much. That was before he departed this life courtesy of "SEAL Team Six."
  • "Hey, you want to get up a festive game of "Shoot The Apple Off of Hitler's Head?"
  • "Here, have this fresh apple. Oh, I am sorry. It has a worm in it. Nope. I was wrong. It looked at you and fell dead."

Note: Now I feel so much better.

"I applaud you, Jesse."

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jonnycomelately 7 months ago from Tasmania

Just the same today: many of us can get sucked in to believing in a person who has popular charisma but who, over time, proves to be an evil monster - he or she.

So - beware of feeling to righteous and complacent.


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kenneth avery 7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

jonnycomelately,

I am prone to agree with both, your comment and advice.

My sincere thanks.

Kenneth


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Sparklea 7 months ago from Upstate New York

Wow Kenneth, this is superb! I watched the whole video and I saw the movie with Jesse Owens in it...a phenomenal film. As I recall, Hitler walked out.

I have read numerous true accounts written by survivors of the Holocaust and I am amazed this personification of evil got away with these atrocities.

Your words to Hitler are kinder that I would say to him.

I will never get over how he won over so many beautiful people to turn to hatred and do the things that they did.

I still shudder over an account I read in the book, "Night" about Nazi soldiers throwing infants up in the air and using them for target practice.

It would be so easy to lose total faith in humanity with this historical event that totally shatters me - and makes me angry.

That being said, God is in total control of my life, and the lives of all of His creation.

He has given us the gift of choice.

Some choose terrible paths, which breaks my heart.

Thank you for sharing this, Kenneth. I believe in my heart this is an event that no one should ever forget.

God bless. Sparklea


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kenneth avery 7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

My Dear Sparklea,

Words are hard to come by to adequately thank you for your wonderful comment--which I admit, was pre-edited. Not that I use profanities. As I read over this, and although I tried to weld the element of comedy into making light of the person, if that were true, of Hitler, but the Holocaust IS NOT funny.

I pray that you did not take it as such, but as a "light" repayment to this poor excuse for a man who did, as you say, deceive so many beautiful souls into believing that "he" was some type of entity of enlightment.

The Bible teaches that Satan can "transform" himself into an "angel of light," so he can deceive the elect (chosen, saved) of God, if possible.

I do not think I will write anything else of this topic. It is just too sad and heart-breaking.

But the only strand of peace I have is that Our Heavenly Father WILL have the LAST word.

Write me anytime, my dear friend.

Your comments and presence are always welcome and appreciated.

Kenneth


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Suhail and my dog 7 months ago from Mississauga, ON

I salute you Ken for coming up with a creative hub once again.

This was the best:

"You deceived people into believing that you were so courageous, so I invite you to venture toward my part of the United States, the South, but be sure that you come on a Saturday night when The Alabama Crimson Tide beats one of their opponents. Oh, and be sure to wear a shirt that says, "Florida Gators." "Why," you ask. "Oh, when they see you, the answer will suddenly become crystal clear.""


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kenneth avery 7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Suhail and my dog,

"A Very Sincere THANK YOU for your super-nice comment."

"You, my good friend, are one of my dearest friends."

"Write me again and often."

Peace to you.

Kenneth


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Suhail and my dog 7 months ago from Mississauga, ON

You are most welcome, Ken.

And thank you for writing consistently, never letting go of your characteristic style.

Best regards,


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kenneth avery 7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Hey, Suhail and my dog,

You are most welcome. One of my few pleasures is to make one or all of my cherished followers happy--even though only for a moment.

Much Peace and Appreciation to You!

Kenneth

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