In the Adolf Hitler’s he wrote that he’s hatred was influenced by Dr. Karl Lueger and the Christian Social Party. This is because there is a war between Christian and Judaism. And after all Hitler wasn’t the most horrible dictator in Germany he mentions by his words says that he was convinced. No one actually really knows the reasons why did Hitler hate the Jews but these are the reasons that Hitler want to remove the Jews out of Germany.
The law put forth by Germany during the Nazi regime were emotionally and physically unjust, with little room for justification beyond the power of Adolf Hitler and his followers. These so called “laws” required citizens to report their fellow citizens as being Jewish so Hitler and his troops could remove them from society. The “decent human side” overwhelmingly prevailed over “good citizen” in this situation, and people defied Hitler. To act in such a way that was morally just and assist the Jewish refugees, citizens acted against the manmade law and kept in line with the rest of the world’s perception of natural law. Naturally, it seems that the only time it is acceptable to defy a manmade law is when such a law intrudes upon important and all-inclusive laws that concern foundational human rights.
Hitler's main idea was to as he called it 'cleanse' Europe of these non- deserving people. Hitler despite having gained anti-Semitic views on his own from things he saw he also was influenced a lot by Neil Darwin. He based a lot of his racial arguments and views on this. However another point to consider was that the Jews were being used as scapegoats for German problems. The Germans believed that the Jews were attempting to destroy t... ... middle of paper ... ...y.
Most accuse the Jews for making these things up. Avid Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson said "The alleged Hitlerian gas chambers and the alleged genocide of the Jews form one and the same historical lie, ... ... middle of paper ... ...of the first amendment is completely invalid. Some might say that words can do no harm to society, that they are simply just words. But words can turn into actions. And actions like these can have a devastating effect on the society.
Also, if an individual has not destroyed anything he/ she is still part of destruction, for example, the U.S has destroyed many other nations just for it’s own benefit. Hitler and the Nazis are not the first ones who have done all these thing, but it is maddening that they accused others of being all of these. Cesaire’s Discourse of Colonialism is about his perspective of colonialism and everything tied to it, but for the purpose of this paper I will focus on how he characterizes the Nazi’s. One quote that describes his main point is “ We aspire not to equality but to domination. The country of a foreign race must become once again a country of serfs, of agricultural laborers, or industrial workers.
Goldhagen's thesis, which he rides awfully hard, is that ordinary Germans were quite likely to be anti-Semitic because anti-Semitism, abetted by the Nazi high command, so thoroughly pervaded German culture. Goldhagen's account is centered on events in World War II and does not, foreground his thesis.
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This method is supported by two different people, in two different time periods, with two different goals; these two people are Martin Luther King Junior and Thomas Jefferson. Martin Luther King Junior's letter from a Birmingham Jail was an expression of his encouragement for protest against tradition and established laws and a justification for his actions. King, a leader of a civil-rights group that supported protest against traditional views, encouraged protesting against tradition and established laws that are unjust. In his letter from Birmingham Jail King states: "It was illegal to aid and comfort a Jew in Hitler's Germany. Even so, I am sure that, had I lived in Germany at that time, I would have aided and comforted my Jewish brothers.