Egyptian Human Rights Activist Hany Elsadek in Defense of Hitler: A Great Man Who Exposed the Truth about the Jews
Egyptian human rights activist Hany Elsadek recently defended Hitler, saying that what he did was "no worse than what France did in Algeria." In two video-clips that he posted on his social media accounts on October 31 and November 8, Elsadeq, who heads the "Middle East for Rights and Freedoms," said that Hitler got his reputation in the media as an arch-killer "because he exposed the truth about the Jews." Holding up a Arabic-language copy of "Mein Kampf," he claimed that Hitler, "a respectable man who loved his country," had killed only four or five thousand Jews, but that they had inflated the number to six million.
October 31, 2016
Hany Elsadek: "In the name of Allah the Merciful, the Compassionate. This is an instructive attempt to correct false notions. Why is the media hostile to someone whom they label an arch-killer - Hitler? Why Hitler, of all people? There have been many such criminals throughout history, so why was Hitler specifically labeled a killer, a murderer, a criminal, and so on?
"The problem is that Hitler was the only one who confronted two power hubs - the socialist Communists and the Jews. Hitler believed that they posed a great danger to his country, Germany. When Hitler killed or burned some 4,000-5,000 Jews, the Jews inflated the number and said that six million were burned - not 4,000 or 5,000. Secondly, Hitler attacked the greatest superpowers of that time, England and France, and started taking over their lands, posing a threat to the thrones of other countries. He became a bogeyman in their eyes.
"But what Hitler did is no worse than what France did in Algeria. It's no worse than what Begin did to the Palestinians, or what Moshe Dayan or Napoleon did. But Hitler became a specific target because he alone exposed the truth about the Jews. He wrote in his memoirs: 'They call themselves the Chosen People, while they spread prostitution in secret.' This is just a short presentation about this great man, Hitler, who loved his people and his country. We should all read Hitler's life story so that we will know the truth, and realize that the terrorism of the Jews, through their media, is distorting the image of Hitler. Thank you, and goodbye."
November 8, 2016
Hany Elsadek: "I'd like to give you a short presentation about Hitler. How come the media is always against him, describing him as an arch-killer, a murderer, and all kinds of foul descriptions? There are a few things that we need to take into consideration. First, we need to remember that the global media, in the Arab world and in Europe, is controlled by the Jews. The sworn enemies of Hitler were the Jews. We should say this loud and clear. They were followed by Hitler's other enemies - the Communists. He was upset by the Jews, who incited six million workers against the state. They withdrew money from German banks, a move that led to economic collapse.
"The Jews in Germany constituted some 2% of a population of 50-60 million, and they controlled the judiciary, the theater, the media, and so on. The Jews have always raised the slogan of the 'Chosen People,' while secretly spreading prostitution. The Jews have always spread abomination. [Hitler] was very upset that the Jews had introduced homosexuality into German theater - with men marrying mem and women marrying women. They were the ones who began producing and promoting sex films. He viewed the Jews as responsible for the moral deterioration of the German people, as well as for the economic collapse of the German state. This endangered the sovereignty of the state, just like occupation or any military attack.
"Another thig is that after confronting the Jews and the Communists, he confronted superpowers like England, France, the USSR, and the economically powerful newborn state, the USA. He attacked England, Austria, France, the USSR, and America. He alone confronted these superpowers, which enslaved the Arab nations.
"This has been just a short presentation, and I'd like to say that Hitler was a respectable man, who loved his people and his country. One last thing I want to say is that Hitler withdrew from the League of Nations, and then they pressured him [to return]. His condition was that he would get back the colonies Germany lost following WWI. He fooled them, and they gave him back all the colonies they took over following WWI, without any military confrontation. This was a short presentation about Hitler. Goodbye."