and armenian hitler..

"I shall give a propagandist reason for starting the war -- never mind whether it is plausible or not. The victor will not be asked afterward whether he told the truth or not. In starting an waging a war, it is not right that matters, but victory."

Here are segments of what Hitler ACTUALLY said during the "Hitler Quote" speech, to his Supreme Commanders and Generals in Obersalzberg.

What does Hitler really teach us? Let's see now... the Armenian "Genocide" was created as a propagandistic reason to help justify the Allied carving up of the Ottoman Empire. Nobody cared to ask World War I's victor (the Allies) whether the truth was told or not. This is why the Western World still believes in the truth of the Falsified Armenian "Genocide," today.

"It is not right that matters, but victory." You go, girl. Ironically, the same contention is valued by the Armenians' allies in the genocide industry.


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