ADL: Trump is NOT Adolf Hitler
As regular readers here are well aware, radical leftists and a number of Jewish intellectuals, journalists, “comedians,” and activists (including “Holocaust survivors”) have equated Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, the irrationally maligned and demonized leader of National Socialist Germany who, in reality, was the most righteous statesman in modern Western history, and represented the greatest threat to the “New World Order” agenda during the 20th century (hence, his childish demonization, which is still going on today!).
Go to a Trump rally and try to talk to some of the anti-Trump protesters – they will call you a “racist” and a “White supremacist,” and eventually equate Trump with Adolf Hitler.
In an effort to clarify the matter, the Anti-Defamation League, a pillar of the organized Jewish community that works tirelessly to advance exclusively Jewish ethnic interests (while cleverly masquerading as a “civil rights” organization fighting for everyone’s interests), made a powerful revelation in the New York Daily News yesterday – apparently, Donald Trump is not the second coming of Adolf Hitler, as many Jews and radical, anti-White leftists would have us believe.
Jonathan Greenblatt, the current National Director and CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, wrote an interesting Op-Ed laying out the ADL’s case, arguing that it is wrong for people to “appropriate” the fake “Holocaust” narrative as well as the hysterical demonization of Adolf Hitler for their own political purposes. The organized Jewish community, Greenblatt is essentially arguing, has a monopoly on these fake narratives of history, and too many people are inappropriately equating Trump to Hitler.
On many occasions in recent years, the Anti-Defamation League I lead has spoken out as politicians, celebrities and other public figures tried making a point about a controversial subject by invoking the Holocaust. The analogy has shown up inappropriately in countless discussions of public policy because it is the most available historical event illustrating right versus wrong.
Abortion? It was said to be an “ongoing Holocaust.” Iran’s nuclear program? A Holocaust in the making. Gun control? The Holocaust could have been prevented if Jews had had guns. Muslim extremists? They are Nazis. In each and every case, we argued that whatever the justice of the cause, it was wrong to appropriate the Holocaust.
Misplaced comparisons trivialize this unique tragedy in human history — particularly when public figures invoke the Holocaust in an effort to score political points.
Now, in the high political season, the analogy to Adolf Hitler is again in the air. It is appearing from sources both on the left and the right who seek to criticize Donald Trump. The United States circa 2016 is Germany in the 1930s, they say.
Those exercising the impulse to equate Trump with Hitler have ranged from liberal comedian Bill Maher to right-wing commentator Glenn Beck to comedian Louis C.K. All are likening Trump to the Führer.
When Trump asked supporters at a rally to raise their hands, some saw shades of Nazis heiling Hitler. Most recently, comedian Sarah Silverman appeared on Conan O’Brien’s late-night show dressed as the Führer himself.
As the grandson of a Holocaust survivor, I’m sorry that this needs to be said, but: Although the candidate has said a number of disgusting things, the comparison to Hitler is far too facile — so facile that it is dangerous. […]
Greenblatt goes on to regurgitate all of the typical slanders and lies about Hitler endlessly promoted and perpetuated by the mass media, entertainment industry, and mainstream educational establishment, eventually contending that “while Trump’s stereotyping and bullying are truly troubling, he is not Hitler.”
The candidate’s ideas need to be called what they are: bigoted, revolting and simply un-American. It is this behavior that we hope candidates and all people regardless of their political affiliation call out at every instance. It is time that this campaign shift from reckless name-calling toward a responsible discussion of the issues and the future of our country.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: we are truly living in a very interesting and revolutionary period of American history.
Out of all of the presidential candidates, Donald Trump has been the most clear and articulate on the major public policy issues, at least as far as I can tell. In fact, Trump is the only one that is engaging in responsible discussion of the many, many issues facing our once great nation, most especially our disastrous immigration situation. His “discussion of the issues and the future of our country” is most certainly responsible, legitimate, and rational – and the millions of people supporting Trump recognize this basic fact.
What has the Jews, and the political establishment in general, in a tizzy is the fact that Trump is not a spineless, cowardly traitor willing to sell out to the powers that be that have wrecked America. Trump is independent, he is a rogue political operator, and he is throwing a major wrench in the Jewish agenda to destroy America with massive Third World immigration, globalization, and political correctness. Trump stands proudly and boldly against all of these anti-White, anti-American agendas.
Greenblatt is correct: Trump is no Adolf Hitler. Trump is not (explicitly) a racial realist or an “anti-Semite” (i.e., one who understands the destructive nature and power of the organized Jewish community). Simply stated, Trump is a civic American nationalist, a defender of the U.S. Constitution and rule of law, and a man who recognizes the corrosive effects of political correctness and corruption in America. Trump genuinely wants to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain, and his public policy proposals and criticisms of the political establishment in America are certainly a step in that direction.
I wonder if the radical, anti-American protesters disrupting Trump’s rallies and doing everything in their power to prevent him from taking the White House will heed the ADL’s words, and stop equating Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler?
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