Literally Hitler.

Hello everyone. Lets talk about the nigga everyone loves to hate. Nope, not Ice Cube, Adolf Schicklgruber, aka Hitler.

What are we going to talk about? The common shit that everyone always talks about? How he killed 6 Million Jews? How he’s such a evil and racist guy who wanted to take over the world?

No. We won’t be talking about that. We’ll actually be talking about the good things Mr Schicklgruber did. Don’t worry. I’m not trying to make Hitler out to be a good guy. I understand the terrible and horrific, aka terrific, things he did.

What we will be doing, is learning from history. The fact that we idolize some people, and demonize others, doesn’t change the fact that everyone has positive things we can learn and negative things we can avoid. So, without further ado, here are good things Hitler did.


Hitler, and the Nazis, are partly responsible for the autobahn. While the Weimar Republic had already had plans for an autobahn, and had already built controlled access highways, the Nazis really kicked this one off. Accelerating the speed of travel with a much faster development rate than before.


While few know this, Hitler’s Germany was one of the First Nations to kick off an anti-smoking campaign. This type of policy is good for the environment and for the health of the nation.

Spirit Week

While he was killing people in concentration camps, Hitler was still able to keep German culture vibrant. Maybe they didn’t have a spirit week, but they did have festivals based on traditional german culture.

Hitler Youth

During the reign of the Third Reich, a lot of children and teens were taught responsibility, and the values of being a good citizen. Sure, there was a lot of indoctrination and bad rhetoric there, but that doesn’t change the fact that there was some good too.

Animal Cruelty

I only really have one thing to say about this. It’s easy to be nice to animals and eliminate animal testing if you have an entire demographic of the population that you dehumanize.

Go Green

If I remember correctly, Hitler was a huge fan of keeping power sources efficient and keeping our planet healthy. Still, this is a lesson we can learn from the less-murderous Elon Musk, instead of Adolf.

I hope this article didn’t come across sounding like a defense of Hitler or in any way a minimization or endorsement for the bad things he’s done. That was not the intended message. If you have any comments or criticisms of the article, send them to with the subject line “545892.”

Thank you for reading! Have a great day!

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