Why Did Adolf Hitler's Rule The World

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The Holocaust is the systematic, bureaucratic, state- wide persecution and murder of over 6 million Jews. When the Nazis came to power in Germany, they convinced Germans that they were superior, and Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, Communists, Socialists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Slavic and disabled people were inferior.
The Nazis believe that white people with blond hair and blue eyes are racially superior. All other coloured people, especially Africans, are not worthy enough be in their sight.
Adolf Hitler believes that Germany will rightfully rule the world. He believes that by creating a generation of strong, capable and obedient Aryans, Germany will rule the world for thousands of years. Anyone who is “imperfect” or mentally or physically disabled
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His will is the foundation for all legislation, and as Fuehrer, he is equated with Germany’s destiny.

All Nazis and civilians on the Nazi party are included, and all who oppose him are left out. Since Hitler began his rule over Germany, his rule is an iron fist and no one can escape his judgement.

Donald Trump, an American politician running for president today, has many parallels with Adolf Hitler. They both blamed a specific group of immigrants for all their problems, and promised to eliminate them from society. They both sell their hate so the poor will blame the Jew/Mexicans. Hitler used concentration camps, Trump uses prisons, and lastly, Donald Trump used to keep a copy of Hitler 's sequel to Mein Kampf by his bed.

The rise of Nazism gave way to World War Two. The Nazi party has developed beliefs to follow:
1. Lebensraum - the need for 'living space ' for the German nation to expand.
2. A strong Germany - the Treaty of Versailles should be abolished and all German-speaking people united in one country.
3. Führer - the idea that there should be a single leader with complete power rather than a
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Fascist - a strong central government and control of the newspapers.

Luke 6: 31- “Do to others as you would have them do to you.”
John 13:34-35 - “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. 35 By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

Solidarity is about respecting one another and treating them as equals, something that Hitler and the Nazis do not do. The Nazi idealism is extremely racist, and it is proof of Solidarity, as we can only come together as one when we learn to love each other.
Adolf Hitler needs to be stopped, if not only for the sake of his victims, but for the future of the world. He needs to be taken out of his seat of power, and in his place should be someone who respects and wants to understand everyone. No one should have to be a slave to their religion or race; it should be within everyone’s right to stand up for themselves and what they believe, but only if that belief does not hurt others.

I would influence my friends and family, the people that I trust the most, to accept all who Hitler thinks are

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