No, he killed six million Jews. Using your argument we can go as far as to say that every last organism on earth is in fact merely a prokaryote. His target was not race, it was religion. That he killed for no plausible reason is what makes him inherently evil and bad. To deny this makes you a Hitler supporter and, therefore, a disgrace to humanity. No, it is the truth. Find me one pro-Hitler site online that isn't obviously brimming with insanity. Although I doubt this story can be confirmed, one of the several routes for Hitler's hate of the Jewish people comes from his grandmother, I think, who worked for a wealthy Jew, and who was raped by the same wealthy Jew and became pregnant with one of Hitler's parents. Before or after WW1 he spent a great deal of his life on the streets, before he joined the Nazi party, and observed the epidemic of poverty covering Europe and most of the western world at the time. There are rich Jews and poor Jews, just like any other creed or religion. Hitler felt that they were either conniving politicians or inferior dredges of society. In the future, try to proofread your text. There IS information everywhere to disprove many of your points and many of the lies that conservative Americans believe wholeheartedly. Believe me--I tried at one website to persuade the conservatives there that they were wrong, with a slew of websites, and it did nothing. They choose not to believe. The same thing worked with Hitler. The man was an unbelievable public speaker, in fact, if America spoke German as its first language (which it almost did) then I don't doubt that we would have been on his side. Noam Chomsky mentioned in his Propaganda Model, I believe, that 80% of the world is a mob, and 20% of it is not. Hitler tricked the mob and killed or drove away the rest. It's not an altogether challenging thing to do IF you can speak like a god. And he did. If you can back up these claims with a shred of proof then I may consider believing them. However, like most of what you write, as of now they are no more than unsubstantiated generalizations. Complete and utter bullshit. gen·er·al·ize ( P ) Pronunciation Key (jnr--lz) v. gen·er·al·ized, gen·er·al·iz·ing, gen·er·al·iz·es v. tr. To reduce to a general form, class, or law. To render indefinite or unspecific.