So was Hitler. Not like I'm comparing the two. Hitler actually managed to rise to power.
There may be some room for doubt there.
A friend of mine, Ken, a retired Jewish mathematics professor,
accused Hitler of hypocrisy. He pointed out that Hitler was known
to have had good relations with Jews during his long periods of indigence
b4 he took an interest in politics. He sold his drawings mostly to Jews in Austria.
There is evidence that his first love was a Jewish girl, Stefanie Isak,
and also that he got his syphilis from a Jewish lady of the evening.
He did not reject
the award of his Iron Cross from the hand of Hugo Gutmann,
the Jewish lieutenant who applied for it on Hitler's behalf.
Hitler described that as the HAPPIEST day
in his life.
Ken is of the opinion that when Hitler began bloviating, after the First World War, he found that
anti-Jewish statements were very well received by his audiences and he chose to go with what works.
( I don 't know whether U
made any similar decisions concerning your
Later in his career, he may have become more earnest n sincere in his sentiments.
Accordingly, Ken believes that Hitler was a hypocrit