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The first name that comes up in the popular imagination when talking about atrocities, war crimes, genocide, etc., while also talking about technology, weaponry, etc., is his name at the head of it all: ADOLF H

The first name that comes up in the popular imagination when talking about atrocities, war crimes, genocide, etc., while also talking about technology, weaponry, etc., is his name at the head of it all: ADOLF HITLER!

Anyway, when it comes to confusion, here is the name of the late "Führer!" at the top of the list! ("evil")

In short: Hitler is so cursed when it comes to the extermination of people, how much Judas (Iscariot) is guilty and remembered when talking about treason... However, just as one cannot blame Judas for all the sins of the world, not is necessarily fair to always attribute to the former dictator, the evils committed in the name of a regime, (in this case, the Nazi), to the detriment of a people (in this case the Jewish people), systematically, continuously, successively, etc., making it very clear, that there is not the slightest intention to defend him.

Also because questioning, talking, divulging about the insanities practiced by some men, under the pretext of benefiting their people, has to be talked about, unmasked, under the danger that some uninformed person in the future will not have a "bright idea" of wanting to occupy the empty place... (Of madman and dictator.)

Nor is it possible to go superficially into a subject such as the betrayal of Judas, without mentioning his betrayal, in the case of Jesus Christ. In this case, to settle something propagated by some segments of the church, even the Catholic and many others, about Jesus having taken all the sins of the world upon himself and thus, some people believe they are redeemed, are forgiven and can sin at will... Big misconception!

Jesus was the reference, but He did not come to erase anyone's sin. Each one who has sinned before and after him will have to make amends for his evil and even if Jesus intervenes directly, to minimize the damage, the evil that has been propagated, will have to be extirpated, destroyed and annihilated, each one individually. And each one will have to answer for having sinned!

Yes, Jesus was the way, the truth and the life, however, there is no longer any excuse for human beings to continue acting badly, attributing their forgiveness and their liberation to the fact that Christ was crucified and therefore they should not take care of their inner reform, the change of their character, etc., another great mistake that will have to be explained one day, etc.

That said, going back to the Austrian/German dictator, although he was, yes, part of the terrible scum that from time to time appears here for humanity... Although it was an example of evil, fanaticism, brutality, etc., which should not be followed by the normal generations of the future... (normal of the future because there are still some sects, including here in Brazil, that propagate and disseminate Nazi ideas as current), he cannot be blamed for all the ruinousness that came and persists to the present day after him, by some gentlemen who "like" a "little war", who love to "throw bombs" in the neighbor's yard, who love to see rubble on children, on the elderly, on wounded, women, etc., in which case I ask: "What does Hitler have to do with it?!" What does he have to do with the "enlightened ideas", for example, of a man like Benjamin Netanyahu?!

Even because, as much or more worse than him in behavior and attitude (except for the number of Jews murdered in the concentration camps), JOSEPH STALIN (1) is not far behind, no!

As for the miserable Judas, times will pass, centuries will come, and as long as life is life, humanity will remember him as a traitor, it should be remembered, however, that he was not the first and will not be the last in these conditions... and with such prerogatives in his curriculum!

One thing is certain: if after his demise, Judas, Hitler, etc., suffered few good ones, Stalin, in this regard, was not left behind!

-(1) Josef Stalin was a communist revolutionary and Soviet politician of Georgian origin. He ruled the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death, serving as General Secretary of the Communist Party from 1922 to 1952, and as Prime Minister of his country from 1941 to 1953. Born: Gori, Georgia; Died: March 5, 1953, Kuntsevo Dacha; Children: Vasili Djugashvili, Svetlana Alliluyeva, Yakov Djugashvili, Party: Communist Party of the Soviet Union; Parents: Besarion Jughashvili, Ketevan Geladze; Great-grandchildren: Ilya Yossifovich Vozniesensky, Selim Bensaad, Yakov Dzhugashvili, Vissarion Dzhugashvili; Spouse: Nadezhda Alliluyeva (1919–1932), Ekaterina Svanidze (1906–1907). In all, the number of people shot by the Stalinist regime is at least one million, and could reach four million when the death toll in labor camps and mass deportations is added

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