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|#24 - "cared for the health of his people" are you doing drugs? [+] (15 new replies)||12/15/2013 on Nazi Wonder Weapons PART 5||-14|
#32 - captainfuckitall (12/15/2013) [-]
Jeez, how much propaganda have YOU been swallowing?
Hitler loved his people very much and was absolutely devoted to them and his country, that's WHY he did what he did. Good gods, even in his treatment of himself (no smoking, no drinking, vegetarian) he did so because he considered himself property of his people and thus he needed to be as healthy as possible for them. He was easily one of the most empathetic leaders of his time, even choosing to spend his holidays with his soldiers rather than in the comfort of his own home.
#186 - anon (12/16/2013) [-]
So jews aren't people?
#149 - shemaledong (12/16/2013) [-]
Hitler didn`t give a shit about his people. He was a Psychopath. That means he had no empathy whatsoever. Psychopaths can make you like them very much. In his case, people stil feel affiliated to him up to date, ignoring his deeds completly.
A good example on how much he cared for his people is the "Volkssturm".
At the end of the war everybody, even seniors were sent to fight trained allied soldiers with insufficient weapons and training. If they refused, they were shot Hitler knew they would die, but he thought the german people were unworthy to live, since they lost the war which deemed them weak.
#176 - captainfuckitall (12/16/2013) [-]
That's true, except for the fact that it wasn't.
He wasn't a Psychopath, he loved animals, his mother, he was very devoted to his friends, and doting on his own personal workers.
And no, he didn't think they were "unworthy to live" because they lost.
I have no idea where you're pulling this information from, but it's wrong. Perhaps you should do more research than watching movies specifically meant to dehumanize him, yes?
#52 - thepastryistrue (12/15/2013) [-]
You're misinformed in some points here: 1. Hitler did not smoke to be a leading example. There are more non-smokers out there then smokers and it's not a challenge to be a non-smoker, it's the regular case. 2. Hitler was not a vegetarian. This is something that has been said by historians in the post-war era to show Hitler to be somehow 'abnormal'. Being a vegetarian was not accepted back then like it is today. Heck, they even wrote about him being sexually driven towards his mother, towards his jewish housemaiden and most likely to be a masochist and a clandestine homosexual. There was no evidence whatsoever to proove these 'accusations'.
And, most importantly: 3. He did not actually considered himself to be the property of his people. The will of the people cristallises in the person of the Führer. Thus the Führer is the people and the people is the Führer. That was the idea, not some kind of possession.
#61 - captainfuckitall (12/15/2013) [-]
While it may be true that there are more non-smokers than smokers now and it is easier to be a non-smoker, he said multiple times that he had to live a long time for his people and not smoking was one of the things he detailed as best. Thus it could be said he DID not smoke for his health, thus for his people (and he was offered to do so when fighting in WW1, and gods know he probably could have used some then).
Regarding Vegetarianism, we may both be half right: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler_and_vegetarianism
On the third one, I'm not so sure. What you say sounds convincing, but Hitler himself was also very patriotic and dedicated to his country and people. And I heard many times that he considered himself "belonging" to Germany. In any case I suppose I will do more research regarding the matter.
#51 - thepastryistrue (12/15/2013) [-]
Those that did not follow the idea of the Third Reich and those who weren't willing to subordinate themselves and every of their actions under the will of the Führer were equally excluded from the Nazi ideal of a master race. "His people" were only a very small group in the German population. Just think of the purge in the Knight of the Long Knives: In 1934, the heads of the NSDAP ordered the assassination of a whole lot of leading members of the SA, a division of the NSDAP itself. They were "his people", and still Hitler ordered their assassination.
The NSDAP (and Hitler) was not a party that upheld the idea of an ideal master race so much, as an idea of mere control and power, like every other system that supports a dictatorship.
|#70 - Juan Gimenez! (Sorry, I like traditional comics better, but th… [+] (1 new reply)||12/06/2013 on Such Detail, so...||+1|
#103 - snowshark (12/06/2013) [-]
I've never had a taste for traditional comics. Everything seems to be a little off with the art style and it seems to lack a lot of the things I like. The biggest factors to me I think are the style not having the same sharpness as manga but most importantly the colour use of colour almost always off to me. I can't say it is the existence of colour in a comic puts me off since I loved the Avatar comics. Instead I think it is the use of colour alongside the shading present.
In comics the colours are usually either extremely vivid or extremely dark and often they appear side-by side for special effect. This probably wouldn't be as jarring to me as it is without the amazing detail put into the characters which somehow makes them all look unappealing to me (uncanny valley, perhaps?)
Compared to manga and it's traditionally black and white, slightly warped design of humans and more selective use of shading (since black and white forces shading to be used differently) along with the sharpness of the lines compared to the more realistic style portrayed in comics (the valley again?) just puts me off. I'd say I dislike the writing too but that is only for the majority of Marvel and DC superhero comics and it doesn't apply to titles not related to those universes. (And a few, like Spidey dying and someone taking over his place and being 100 times better than him at his job, really do stick out to me as being good stories.)
I think, for me at least, comics are too real. There's probably a ton of other factors like line thickness, character design and the like but I think the amount of detail put into the pictures to make them look realistic is as off-putting to me as it is admirable. It is a shame, especially as I know how good the art is yet still dislike it.
Quick question, Teen Titans! Comic/Animation. Which is better?
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