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[–] lemon11 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Not that temporary measures don't end up being permanent, but lots of their economic plans depended on the context of the punitive shit out of Versailles. History books pretend that "the march of history" has proven to humanity that the WW2-Japan-style constructive investment is a better way to treat the vanquished, to prevent such extreme measures from seeming necessary, but I think the quagmires in the Middle East are showing that to be an obvious lie designed to make entering war a lighter subject.

[–] CapitalPurifier 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Unless you can disprove key hitler quotes and state behaviors hitler was behind in ''hitler economics'' video I will not change my view point.

I think anytime you try to present Hitler like some dictator who allowed free markets and individual freedom

you are full of shit. I don't even see why you would want to lie, people who care about these are in such a minority. you clearly, do not, need us. According to your own theories anyway

I am convinced Germany would of become about 90%+ (at minimum) of the way from the average western mixed economy to communism.

[–] lemon11 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I think anytime you try to present Hitler like some dictator who allowed free markets and individual freedom

you are full of shit.

Not many people bother to do that, but the ones who point out that native Germans benefited from the regime aren't wrong. But I'm not sure exactly who you're talking about with the references to "you," so I guess I'll bow out here.