Peter Thiel is to Trump What Henry Ford was to Hitler
Louis Anslow

Godwin’s law (or Godwin’s rule of Nazi analogies)[1][2] is an Internet adage asserting that “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazism or Hitler approaches 1[2][3] — ​​that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner or later someone will compare someone or something to Hitler or Nazism.

I read over this maybe about 5–6 times and it seems you’ve made the most impoverished argument to tie Thiel to Nazism.

“Ford saw Hitler as a way to further his world view, as a noted anti-semite he saw Hitler as an ally against an imaginary cabal of jewish bankers. Thiel stated in a New York Times op-ed that he sees Trump as a way to challenge the political establishment he openly despises saying he is “exactly what we need to move the party — and the country — in a new direction.”

You should be ashamed of yourself. In trying to draw parallelism via pathos. You are trying to manipulate the terribleness of Nazis to whatever you do not seem to approve of. And throughout history, there are far more apt comparisons to be made and by simply using money for politics (which I highly object to in the first place) is not a sound reason for a country that attempted genocidal domination via systematically gassing people.

By the way Nazi’s were anti-smoking and heavily invested in what would inspire a lot of highways in the U.S. You probably took a ride in a Ford on a Highway.

Jus say’in.

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