Hitler was a man of love. Not a man of hate.
Hitler won over the German folk by his love for them not his hatred for the Jews; what these Jews did to his/their people and his/their homeland. The German people loved Hitler because he truly loved them. He loved them to such a degree he was willing to challenge head-on that which was destroying them.
Jews depict Hitler and the German people as evil and hate filled. Not because they opposed and fought against Jews but because they loved their own, fought for their own and put their own people first. Hitler and the German people were not evil nor filled with hate… they were truly good and right, and filled with a fervorous love for their own people, their culture, their history, their country, their land.
When people think of Hitler they think of his "hatred for Jews" and not his incredible, historically unrivaled love he had for his own people.
I'm suggesting a campaign in the depiction of Hitler to be juxtaposed with the immense love he had for his own people and his homeland. A campaign equal in degree to the ongoing exposition of the nefarious Jews and their Jewish Way of Life.
If we can successfully plant this image of Hitler (his true image) into the hearts and minds of people so that they, at the least subconsciously, hold him as the golden standard of what a leader should be, we would gain a massive victory in this ongoing power struggle. We would have an undeniable and unrivaled stronghold in, not just national politics, but international politics.
We want every world leader to be directly compared and weighed against Hitler. And if they fail to measure up, it would be known for certain that they are enemies to the people.
What did Hitler do for his people?
How did he repair them and rebuild his country?
How did Hitler express his love for his people?
From what I understand Jews had a media monopoly in Germany at the time. And out of love for his own people Hitler broke that monopoly up. Putting the medium of media back into the hands of the native people; the native Germans, where it rightfully belonged.
What other great things did Hitler do for his own people?