Hitler Speeches with accurate English subtitles – YouTube

This video has been uploaded to accurately document history. No political agenda is propagandised or supported via this uploading. There is absolutely no intention of some racist Flamewar to be instigated.

Objective, clear and precise understanding of Adolf Hitler’s speeches has been kept away from the world since the end of WWII. It is, especially from Jewish circles, feared that the incredibly pursuasive rhetorical skill of Adolf Hitler will inflame support for his message. It is generally accepted that the media, also owned by Jewish circles, has actively kept the viewing public from access to accurate translations of Adolf Hitler’s speeches.

Eradicating every single Jew is utterly atrocious an act, damn you should you support such primitivity and inhumanity. Yet, damn anyone who keeps you away from scientific objectivity. In this case the science of History.

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