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IF HITLER ASKED YOU TO ELECTROCUTE A STRANGER WOULD YOU Firstly lets take a moment to look as Adolf Hitler To some he was a great leader but to others he was a murdered Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party and was to dictator of Germany He ordered to have millions of Jewish people to be murdered or to be thrown in prisons Hitler believed that Germans were superior to humanity and he wanted to keep Germany pure Hitler believed that the Jewish and Czechoslovakians were the evils of the world Moreover Jewish people in Germany were declared to have lesser rights than any other citizen Thousands of the Jewish people decided to leave their homes The Jewish people who stayed were forced into concentration camps and needed official permission to accept work move or even travel Getting back to the question at hand If Hitler ordered me to electrocute a stranger would I comply I emphasized ordered because that was the way that he ran things He would not have asked I would not comply because he and I have many different points of view I would not matter if it were a stranger or my next door neighbor If he were here in America during this day and age he would be a total racist He would in all essence be asking be to electrocute my people I would rather die than participate in such a In conclusion Adolf Hitler was a man filled with intense anger killed millions of Jewish people Through Hitlers eyes these people were an inferior race Hitler desired to create a pure race white skin blonde hair and blue eyes I could not live with myself and participate in such an act It is sad that he organized followers to destroy so many innocent lives to design what is not possible
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