If you could say one sentence to Hitler when he was alive, what would it be and

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  1. alfredfox profile image75
    alfredfoxposted 5 years ago

    If you could say one sentence to Hitler when he was alive, what would it be and why?

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    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    WHY???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? What were you thinking? The reason being is because he killed millions of innocent people because of their race. Jewish.

  3. FatFreddysCat profile image99
    FatFreddysCatposted 5 years ago

    Probably something along the lines of "Dude, seriously, what the @#$% were you thinking?"

  4. chef-de-jour profile image99
    chef-de-jourposted 5 years ago

    Eine fremd schnurrbart Adolf. Warum?

    A strange moustache Adolf. Why?

    I know this man was evil incarnate but before he put his evil plans into action when he became German chancellor, dear Adolf was nothing but an up and coming politician. I would go back to the time BEFORE the final solution was thought of. He did have his thug boys around to generate fear but it was Hitler's image that stood out more than anything. His severely cut moustache was designed to give him that something special - small enough and strange enough to make people think : Here is someone a little bit different. I'd better listen and do as I'm told.

    When they heard his speeches they sure knew he was destined to change the world forever. Speech, moustache, swastika - the image was complete. But who did he get the idea from?

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    Sarra Garrettposted 5 years ago

    I don't think I would ask him anything because my grandfather was an Auschwitz survivor.  However, I would be the one to slit his gut open and watch him die like he did to so many others.  Maybe this sounds like a horrific thing to do and that many would think that I'm no better than Hitler, but he would need to feel the horror he put others through.   I have nothing to say to Hitler and I certainly don't want to hear anything out of his mouth.  Yup, I'm a Jew.

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    Old Empresarioposted 5 years ago

    "If you don't murder 9 million humans in death camps, American court historians today will openly admire you the same way they do Napoleon and Alexander the Great."

  7. Lisa HW profile image69
    Lisa HWposted 5 years ago

    I'd have nothing to say to a breathing body that was so void of "normal human-ness" and  humanity that it treated human beings as if they were nothing more than breathing objects either.  Why?  Because there's no point in attempting to communicate reasonably to a being that twisted, egotistical, and lacking in humanity; and there is certainly no point in talking to "breathing objects".  I don't talk to chairs or shoes.  Why would have anything to say to Hitler...

  8. alfredfox profile image75
    alfredfoxposted 5 years ago

    Some great answers. If I could say one sentence it would be, "You may think what you are about to do is right, but I am from the future and I can promise you, you will not be seen as a patriot, you will be seen as a monster and an evil sick f***" I think that may be more than a sentence!

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    Wilbart26posted 5 years ago

    Your great however it's not right and it's not enough. My reason for that sentence is that, because for his followers, Hitler is a great man, who try to make their country greater than others. He's a people who wanted to bring glory for his country. The only problem is that, what he was doing is not right, and he's been consumed by his power and ambitions, to the extent that he already caused a war and scars that will never be forgotten by everyone. Pain that can never be removed on the people that witnessed the terror of his ambitions and pride. No people is born bad, he's just a normal patriotic person who wants to do good for his country. It's just that, little by little, all the things around him and his lust, hunger, ambition and pride made him one of the most evil person that stepped in the face of the earth.


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