„You're talking to a modern, nice, affable German person and they're saying to you something like 'You know, vell, it's a critical time now for Germany within Europe, also globally, economically ve are pretty good, ve have been better. But ve are very vibrant in the theater and arts…' and all the time you'll be listening to this, you're thinking Mmm, yeah, mmm… Hitler, Hitler, Hitler, Hitler, Hitler…“

Like, Totally (2006)

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Dylan Moran Foto
Dylan Moran
irischer Schauspieler und Comedian 1971

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David Icke Foto

„Hitler's Europe Yes, welcome to Hitler's Europe… Come on, human race - for our children's sake if not our own. This is wakey, wakey time.“

—  David Icke English writer and public speaker 1952

Source The European Spider's Web, in Bridge of Love Magazine - May 1997

Peter Cook Foto

„Hitler was a very peculiar person wasn't he? He was another dominator you know — Hitler. And he was a wonderful ballroom dancer. Not many people know that.“

—  Peter Cook British architect 1937 - 1995

"The World Domination League" (1964)
E. L. Wisty
Kontext: Hitler was a very peculiar person wasn't he? He was another dominator you know — Hitler. And he was a wonderful ballroom dancer. Not many people know that. … Of course Mrs Hitler was a charming woman, wasn't she? She's still alive, you know. I saw her down the Edgware Road only the other day. She'd just popped into the chemist's to buy something, and I saw her sign the cheque "Mrs Hitler" so I knew it was she. I tried to go up and talk to her, but she slipped away into the crowd. I was hoping she'd be able to come to the next meeting of the World Domination League. Not many people do.

Mahatma Gandhi Foto

„Whatever Hitler may ultimately prove to be, we know what Hitlerism has come to mean, It means naked, ruthless force reduced to an exact science and worked with scientific precision. In its effect it becomes almost irresistible.
Hitlerism will never be defeated by counter-Hitlerism. It can only breed superior Hitlerism raised to nth degree. What is going on before our eyes is the demonstration of the futility of violence as also of Hitlerism.
What will Hitler do with his victory? Can he digest so much power? Personally he will go as empty-handed as his not very remote predecessor Alexander. For the Germans he will have left not the pleasure of owning a mighty empire but the burden of sustaining its crushing weight. For they will not be able to hold all the conquered nations in perpetual subjection. And I doubt if the Germans of future generations will entertain unadulterated pride in the deeds for which Hitlerism will be deemed responsible. They will honour Herr Hitler as genius, as a brave man, a matchless organizer and much more. But I should hope that the Germans of the future will have learnt the art of discrimination even about their heroes. Anyway I think it will be allowed that all the blood that has been spilled by Hitler has added not a millionth part of an inch to the world’s moral stature.“

—  Mahatma Gandhi pre-eminent leader of Indian nationalism during British-ruled India 1869 - 1948

Harijan (22 June 1940), after Nazi victories resulting in the occupation of France.
1940s

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Hans Frank Foto

„Hitler is lonely. So is God. Hitler is like God.“

—  Hans Frank German war criminal 1900 - 1946

Quoted in "The War Against God" - Page 3 - by Carl Lamson Carmer - Nationalism - 1943

Robert Mugabe Foto

„I am still the Hitler of the time. This Hitler has only one objective, justice for his own people, sovereignty for his people, recognition of the independence of his people, and their right to their resources. If that is Hitler, then let me be a Hitler tenfold. Ten times, that is what we stand for.“

—  Robert Mugabe former President of Zimbabwe 1924 - 2019

Speech at the state funeral of a Cabinet minister, March 2003. Quoted in ['Hitler' Mugabe launches revenge terror attacks, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/zimbabwe/1425727/Hitler-Mugabe-launches-revenge-terror-attacks.html, Peta, Thornycroft, Daily Telegraph, London, 26 March 2003, 5 August 2013]
2000s, 2000-2004

Noam Chomsky Foto
John Kenneth Galbraith Foto

„Hitler also anticipated modern economic policy... by recognizing that a rapid approach to full employment was only possible if it was combined with wage and price controls. That a nation oppressed by economic fear would respond to Hitler as Americans did to F. D. R. is not surprising.“

—  John Kenneth Galbraith American economist and diplomat 1908 - 2006

As quoted in Adolf Hitler: The Definitive Biography (1991), by John Toland, also quoted in "Repatriation — The Dark Side of World War II (1995) by Jacob G. Hornberger http://www.fff.org/freedom/0795a.asp

Germaine Greer Foto

„Next time round Hitler will be a machine.“

—  Germaine Greer Australian feminist author 1939

"My Mailer problem" (September 1971), 83
The Madwoman's Underclothes (1986)

Joseph Goebbels Foto

„Germany, on the other hand, has based its domestic policies on new and modern social principles. That is why it is a danger to English plutocracy. It is also why English capitalists want to destroy Hitlerism. They see Hitlerism as all the generous social reforms that have occurred in Germany since 1933. The English plutocrats rightly fear that good things are contagious, that they could endanger English capitalism.“

—  Joseph Goebbels Nazi politician and Propaganda Minister 1897 - 1945

“Englands Schuld,” Illustrierter Beobachter, Sondernummer, p. 14. The article is not dated, but is from the early months of the war, likely late fall of 1939. Joseph Goebbels’ speech in English is titled “England's Guilt.”
1930s

Glenn Beck Foto

„This is not comparing these people to the people in Germany, but this is exactly what happened to the lead-up with Hitler. Hitler opened up the door and said, "Hey, companies, I can help you." They all ran through the door. And then in the end, they all saw, "Uh-oh. I'm in bed with the devil." They started to take their foot out, and Hitler said, "Absolutely not. Sorry, gang. This is good for the country. We've gotta do these things."“

—  Glenn Beck U.S. talk radio and television host 1964

And it was too late.
Money for Breakfast
Television
Fox Business Channel
Fox Business Channel
2009-04-21
Beck says he's not "comparing" banks who took bailouts to "people of Germany," while comparing TARP to "exactly what happened to the lead-up with Hitler
Media Matters for America
2009-04-21
http://mediamatters.org/mmtv/200904210004
about the Troubled Asset Relief Program
2000s, 2009

Louis C.K. Foto
Hermann Göring Foto
Mariano Rajoy Foto

„Neither Hitler nor Stalin have been named persons non grata in Pontevedra.“

—  Mariano Rajoy Spanish politician 1955

24 February, 2016, after having been named person non grata in Pontevedra -his place of birth.
As President, 2016
Quelle: 20 Minutos http://www.20minutos.es/noticia/2681078/0/entrevista-rajoy-espejo-publico/

Richard Overy Foto

„Hitler was ‘an enemy of free-market economics’ and a ‘reluctant dirigiste.“

—  Richard Overy British historian 1947

Quelle: War and Economy in the Third Reich (1994), pp. 1–2

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