Discussion in 'Controversial Topics' started by LeilaniMP, Nov 4, 2018.
Trump’s been in power less than 2 years. Hitler was in power for six years before WWII and 8 years before Operation Reinhard.
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Your trumped chapped ass is showing
Comparing Trump OR ANYONE ELSE "H*tler" is disrespectful to the victims of that man and the crimes he unleashed upon humanity - please reconsider throwing 'its' name around.
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When one remembers history the similarities are very close in regards to my relative Adolf and tRump. The rump is so insecure that he has to, like adolf. make his signature a grand notice of his signing. There is way more but on this forum there is no reason to speak as i will be dissed as usual.
Here's you quoting Hitler almost verbatim to support your hatred:
Those who compare Hitler and Trump are not looking for fact or truth. They are just trying to perpetuate a lie.
Depends what the point of comparison is. There are more important differences than similarities for most issues of political interest though.
Did trump gas people? No?
Did Hitler, in his first 8 years in power?
Has Trump, in fact, called for some of the same policies that led up to the Final Solution?
No, he hasn't. Can you name any?
How many Muslims have been registered thus far?
None, because the working class successfully pushed back against Ttump’s program. That’s one of the biggest differences between Trump’s United States and Hitler’s Germany: in Germany, the fascist counterrevolution had crushed the working class and the capitalist ruling class could impose its will on society with impunity; in the United States, the working class still has political space to resist.
LOL...none. Not one. So, again, tell us all how Trump is Hitler?
Did you miss the part where I said “there are more important differences than similarities”?
Among the most important difference she is that Trump is restrained by a powerful working class.
There are ZERO similarities, so technically, you're right. And the working class actually voted for Trump.
The most privileged sector of the working class ... just as the most privileged sector of the German working class voted for Hitler. That’s one similarity.
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