What was Hitler's motivation for the holocaust? ?

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  • L
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    1 month ago

    To get rid of the Jewish people and those without blonde hair and blue eyes.

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  • Phil
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    1 month ago

    Holocaust denial is very bad , but people who say that Holocaust was just the killing of Jews is wrong, and just as bad or just plain ignorant.

    They are denying that anyone else died in the Nazi war crime. Two thirds of those who died were not Jews- primarily Slavs, but also Roma ( Gypsies), homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, communists, prisoners of war,  Freemasons, criminals, disabled, mentally ill  etc.

    Anyone who the Nazis deemed as sub-human, idealogically opposed , a drain on society and did not fit into the  Third Reich's vision of the future

    extract.

    "According to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), the country's official memorial to the Holocaust, "The Holocaust was the murder of six million Jews and millions of others by the Nazis and their collaborators during World War II."The museum puts the total number of murdered during the Holocaust at 17 million: 6 million Jews and 11 million others".

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocaust_victims

  • 1 month ago

    He oringally didnt like that a jew dissed his art work, He then blamed Jews for being Rich and taking away for Germanys growth, Himmler, then convinced Hitler to kill the jews because he didnt care for them either. So really herbet himler, is the monster that wanted everyone to die, but hitler didnt help or seem to care so hes still responsable as well.

    • Phil
      Lv 6
      1 month agoReport

      Herbet ? His name was Heinrich.

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  • hart
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    to stabilize the finance system get rid of thiefs

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    He was mentally ill and full of hatred and believed the fairy tale of the evil Jews.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Hitler was an anti-semite who thought that Jews were a uniquely malevolent and parasitic force in society.  He thought that they would inevitably corrupt and bring down any society which they were a part of and specifically blamed Jewish businessmen and politicians for Germany's defeat in WWI.  Early on, the Nazis were mostly content with ostracizing and persecuting Jews.  They passed laws which increasingly circumscribed the rights of Jewish Germans, kicking them out of many occupations (particularly prestigious and influential ones) and socially stigmatizing them.  The violence committed against Jews in Germany prior to 1939 was mostly meant as intimidation, not extermination, and deaths which resulted were mostly incidental and not the result of specific policies of the Nazis.  This policy of social stigmatizing and official persecution was deemed sufficient because, despite Nazi's breathless hyping of the Jewish "threat" there weren't actually that many Jews in Germany.  In the Interwar period something like 1% of Germans were Jewish.  The Nazi policy changed towards one of exterminatory violence when they invaded Eastern Europe.  In 1939 they invade Poland, which was about a quarter Jewish.  Next they invaded the Soviet Union which also had a massive Jewish population.  Suddenly they had millions and millions of Jews under their rule.  It was a "problem" which could no longer be dealt with via simple ostracization.  Jews in Poland and Russia had been subject to legal restrictions for centuries and they still existed.  For the Nazis, the newly expanded Jewish population under Germany control, and in an area which they wanted for settlement by Germans, was a problem that required extermination.  The fact that they saw Jews as sub-human allowed them to justify such a horrific "solution" to "the Jewish question".

    • hart
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      1 month agoReport

      you are delusional

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  • 2 months ago

    A lot of these kinds of questions could be answered if people would invest some time to research what led up to Hitler's Germany. But no one wants to do this - they prefer to jump directly from the Versailles Treaty to Hitler.

    The first thing people need to do is understand the difference between Zionism and Judaism - without this knowledge, they're leading themselves down dark paths that will never reveal the truth.

    It was Zionism that brought the United States into WW1, causing Germany's defeat. This part is a documented fact. But people have been bamboozled into believing that the Balfour Declaration was merely the British support of a homeland for the Jews in Palestine.

    They should take note that the Balfour Declaration was given to the Zionists, not the Jews. The Zionists weren't trying to create a homeland for the Jews - they were trying to create a political state in Palestine where they could control the Middle East.

    Selling the idea using "the poor persecuted Jews" was more effective than "building a base of operations for a political movement" would have been.

    The Jews didn't get the United States into the war, the Zionists did.

    Anyone who has heard a politician knows that "honesty" is nowhere near synonymous with them in any way, shape, or form. Yet, Zionism is a political movement and suddenly, everything they say is believable.

    The only reason Zionism is "respected" the way it is is that they use sympathy to exploit human emotions. They need this sympathy to justify their existence. They will even cause persecution against the Jews they claim to represent just to extract the sympathy it produces.

    The Zionists provoked Hitler from the safety of their sanctuaries in the United States, knowing that the German Jews would suffer the consequences. The German Jews wrote to the US Embassy in Berlin and protested, but it did no good. Their "protectors" threw them under the bus anyway.

    What was Hitler's motivation for the Holocaust? He had none because there were never 6 million Jews exterminated in gas chambers.

    Going back to the beginning of this answer, if people would look at the history of Zionist activity prior to Hitler coming onto the scene, they'd learn that the "6 million Jews being threatened with extermination" theme had already been playing for at least 18 years before they accused Hitler of exterminating Jews in 1933.

    The Wannsee Protocol (aka "Final Solution") was not a secret plan to exterminate Jews. The reason it was called "The Final Solution to the Jewish Question" was that in 1933 there had been a previous "Solution to the Jewish Question", aka "The Havaara Agreement".

    This Havaara Agreement was the initial plan to relocate persecuted Jews out of Germany to Palestine. The Agreement was discontinued by the war but was picked up again in 1942 in the town of Wannsee, a suburb of Berlin (hence the name). The designation "Final Solution to the Jewish Question" referred to a continuance of the prior attempt to relocate the Jews.

    Thus, it is a logical conclusion that you can't have a "final" anything unless you first have an initial "something".

    But, like everything else, the hate campaign against Hitler has twisted this around. Using just the term "The Final Solution" (leaving off the reference to the Havaara Agreement) sounds sinister and becomes perfect fodder for propaganda.

    And thus, Hitler is declared guilty by accusation.

    There are a few reasons why the "eyewitnesses" could be wrong:

    1) The idea of gas chambers became commonly known as early as 1943 (possibly sooner) as the BBC broadcasted propaganda to this effect over the radio. Anne Frank made a notation in her diary about it.

    2) With the idea of gas chambers in the heads of Jews and others arriving at Auschwitz and other so-called "extermination camps", when they were separated from their families never to see them again, the only "answer" had to be "gas chambers". The possibility that they became infected with typhus and died was never a possibility, even though that was the major cause of death.

    3) Jews were never "hands-on" laborers as a rule. Most were shop keepers and had other less physical occupations. Having been forced into manual labor gave them every reason to lie about gas chambers - contrary to the claim that "they had no reason to lie".

    An interesting point to make here is that Anne Frank was a Jew in Auschwitz - yet she died in Bergen Belsen - from typhus. Her father was also in Auschwitz, and when he edited her diary for publication, he never mentioned gas chambers - this is very interesting. He was there but never mentioned them.

    Do the research to find out what really happened. Don't rely on the mainstream narrative - antisemitic laws that outlaw denying the Holocaust also censor accessing facts contrary to it. This is plainly evident by looking for videos on Youtube that give the German perspective of what happened. They've all but been removed for one "violation" or another.

  • 2 months ago

    Prejudice against Jews was common in Europe for centuries.

    • bluebellbkk
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      2 months agoReport

      That is true. But it's  hardly an excuse for industrial-scale exterminations.

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  • The main motivation for the holocaust was the overflow of a nation's hatred against a specific group that lived in Europe. In Hitler's crazy mind, the crisis the country was going through was the fault of the presence of people it considered inferior: Jews, blacks and homosexuals.

    • bluebellbkk
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      2 months agoReport

      Of course it wasn't Hitler alone. He could never have come to power if an awful lot of Germans hadn't approved of his ideas.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    He blamed Jews for World War I*, which resulted in Germany's ultimate humiliation and his own loss of a testicle and infertility. The reason he put Jews in concentration camps is he planned to take the region now known as Israel from Great Britain when he conquered it and then ship all the Jews there in order to then declare war on Israel and destroy them and it in Armageddon, a plan he dubbed "The Final Solution." The reason he wanted to do that is in his interpretation of scripture from Isaiah and Revolution about Armageddon, by leading that war, he would be the Messiah, the Second Coming of Jesus. His plan was to conquer the world and start a cult of personality in which he would name himself God, because he wanted to more than rule the world-- he wanted to be God over the world-- he wanted to be worshiped forever. 

    * World War I started because, according to proof gathered by the Austro-Hungarian Empire and made public by it distributing copies to every major newspaper in the world, powerful Jews in Serbia had influenced the Serbian government to hire the Jewish mafia, known worldwide as the Black Hand, to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the leader of Austro-Hungarian Empire (a.k.a., the Holy Roman Empire), which was the largest, most powerful empire in the world at the time, because he, as a favor to the Ottoman Empire, had gone to Sarajevo to broker a peace deal that would put an end to the decade-long Balkans Wars, a peace deal that would be highly disadvantageous to wealthy Serbs throughout the Balkans because it called for all Bosniaks to return to Bosnia, all  Croats to return to Croatia, and all Serbians to return to Serbia, providing financial restitution for property they owned in Balkan states other than their own. The idea was everything would be a wash because it would all balance out in the end. The problem was wealthy Serbs, many of whom were Jewish, controlled the economies of Croatia and Bosnia, and with economic power comes political power, so wealthy Serbs felt like they were getting ripped off because their politico-economic power was being ratcheted back to just Serbia. The restitution would not and could not recompense them for that loss of power and economy over the entire Balkan peninsula.  

    While it was really only a handful of Serbian Jews who were involved in bringing about the the gunning down of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and bringing about World War I, Hitler passed judgment on all Jews in the Balkans for it. All of this is why Balkan Jews were the only Jews Hitler didn't send to concentration camps. Instead, he had them immediately killed on-site. Remember, those in the concentration camps were actually slated to go to Palestine once he acquired it in order to fulfill his "Final Solution," but he wanted Balkan Jews dead. Before World War II, there was over 100,000 Jews in the Balkans. After World War II, only about 900 survived, and they emigrated out of the Balkans, dissipating and getting absorbed into other Jewish groups. Hitler brought about the extinction of Balkan Jews, and with their extinction, the extinction the most ancient Jewish culture of the diaspora.

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