Oct 17, 2000 11:14 PM
by Shampan -e-Shindh
I do not believe in any such layer of spiritual prmotion, be it 7th
or 2nd. However, I do realize some scholars might have used such
expressions to ease the explanation procedures. I am not sure how
acceptable they are, as one scholar might disagree with the others
regarding a particular individual reaching certain level.
Stalin, I did not do much reading upon. Hitler, did a bit .. both
main-stream and counterparts. I do not follow the man or agree with
any of his views, being dark-skinned myself, it is unlikely. The
greatest problem with analysing Hitler is reliability of information
recorded. As you know, after a political conflict, the victors or
triumphants write the history.
There is something to admire in everyone. Hitler's motive or actions
or goal or beliefs can always be questioned. Some might classify him
as insane, mad etc. How many politicians do you know who openly
express their opinion? He was always politicially incorrect (in views
of political caricature or complications), in that sense he was a
simple man(not a double talker, back-stabber). He was almost
non-diplomatic. He was naive in the trickeries of politics. There are
politicians who did much worse, but never got caught, Hitler was too
straight forward in a certain sense to be "not caught red-handed".
Do you really believe Hitler was doing all to make money for himself?
To gain power for himself? Does it not seem he was in a dis-agreeable
belief, but his final motive was not so "self"-oriented?.. Which I
find hard to find in most politicians today, yesterday or ever.
However I might dislike Hitler's view, I consider him misled. But I
doubt any of his deeds were rooted by selfishness.
The pebble your nose hits when you fall is not the rock that made you
To put all guilt on Hitler is like, a teacher who punishes a boy who
screamed in the class and hit the boy sitting behind him without a
cause, but there was a cause the teacher did not know, the naughty
behind the screaming boy gave him a pin-prick, and the naughty boy
knew exactly how the naive boy would react.
Do I like Hitler? Of course not. But I do not consider him any worse
than anyone else.
Ashes and Diamonds
Foes and Friends
We are all equal in the end.
..........and again my motto,
Love for all
Great and Small (who ever, however)
Eqaully and impartial
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