Hitler and Trump

by Johann Hollar 3 years ago in trump

What the Two Don't Have in Common

Hitler and Trump

I know that there are many comparisons of Hitler and Trump out there, with them promoting mass deportations, using racism to come to power, and can't handle being told no or even the reality of critical situations. But have you wondered what the differences between the two of them are? Granted Hitler had Jews wear special badges and Trump wants Muslims to be forced into doing the same, but where do two of history's worst people not have in common? This is what I wish to promote here.

Military Service

Hitler was a Corporal in the German Army, despite the fact that he was Austrian and saw his first action 5 miles east of Ypres and also the battles of the Somme, Arras and Passchendaele. He pretty much saw the entire war and never once faced down the American forces. He had not only been awarded two Iron Crosses, but also received the Bavarian Military Medal 3rd class with bar and, like all wounded soldiers, he received the Cross of Military Merit.

Trump, on the other hand, is a chickenhawk who used his father's influence to dodge the draft based on four college deferments to avoid serving in Vietnam like so many other sissy's from the privileged class. I also know that you are aware of how he insulted Kazhir Khan, the father of a Muslim soldier who gave his life in 2004 to save his fellow soldiers from a car bomb. Hitler probably paid homage to the troops he had served amongst during the first war, though I very much doubt he offended them as much as Trump did.

It shows that, not only is Trump unfit to serve as President, but incapable of acknowledging the sacrifices of our nation's troops.




The Young Draft Dodging Sissy


Hitler had credited Hess for his book.

We all know that Hitler's infamous book "Mein Kampf" or "My Struggle" is considered the Bible to every white nationalist and neo-Nazi type in the western world. Although the book had to do with Hitler and his thoughts, it was Rudolph Hess, the deputy party leader of the National Socialist Party and co-founder, that was credited for editing his book and Hitler actually credited him for helping him get it published.

Whereas in Trump's book The Art of the Deal, edited by New York Times journalist, Tony Schwartz, the orange Fuhrer claimed he wrote it himself. Not only that, but he also claims he is highly literate. Anyone even surprised by this? From a serial liar?






Hitler could actually give a proper speech.

From what you already know about Trump, I don't think I have to tell you how terrible he is at giving speeches. He has these things written for him and even though he, at first, speaks at a high school level, he then devolves his rhetoric into that of an elementary school student. He even went as far as ripping off the Bane speech that was given during the third and final Dark Knight movie. He seems to do nothing but talk of himself, throw a fit when he doesn't get his way and attack his opponents at the most inconvenient of times (like his address to the Boy Scouts).

Hitler, on the other hand, gave phenomenal speeches, despite the fact that he would become history's greatest monster. He played into the feelings and sentiments of the people during the harsh economic times that were affecting the German and he spoke to them with charisma. It was also said by Joseph Goebbels in his own personal diary that Hitler would write his own speeches and would have it edited up to five times, showing that not only could Hitler read and write his own work, but also was willing to change it.




At least this monster could give a proper speech.

In the End

There are many other things that the Orange Fuhrer and the original Fuhrer have that contrast the two, such as Hitler coming from common origins and Trump being born with a silver spoon in his mouth. But for the time being, I would rather leave this open to discussion. When I say discussion, I do really mean discussion, meaning no threats, no hateful rhetoric and no pro-Trumpism. I just want to have a friendly chat with all you net-surfers.

Johann Hollar
Johann Hollar
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Johann Hollar

Other than being single and still living with his mom and sister, I have attended Minnesota State University Mankato where I received my Bachelors in History with a Minor in Philosophy.

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