Hitler has done more good to humanity than harm?

India
November 12, 2006 6:55pm CST
Hitler has done more good to humanity than harm?
11 responses
• United States
17 Nov 06
Well I think more harm because the slater of 2 million Jews isn't very helpful or good
• India
17 Nov 06
Thanks for sharing.......your view
@total123 (34)
• United States
13 Nov 06
well he did do some good things that help people down the line he always killed millions of people or at least was responsible for them dying so I would say he has done more harm
• India
17 Nov 06
Thanks for sharing.......your view
@FraYFaN09 (1560)
• United States
13 Nov 06
Do u think that or what?
• India
13 Nov 06
Thanks for your response.....................
@wathanjim (2215)
• United States
13 Nov 06
What? Are You crazy?
• India
13 Nov 06
Thanks for your response.....................
@RebeccaLynn (2256)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Have you lost your mind?
@warn810 (494)
• United States
17 Nov 06
nothing good came from him.
@flte74 (877)
• United States
17 Nov 06
Of course more harm! He killed millions of innocent people, he was a madman!
@sekhmetgb (462)
17 Nov 06
Serious answer now. He did do some good things (apparently). He had brilliant motorways built and he started the Volkswagen production. Apart from that, everything else he did was harmful.He had six million Jews killed, he also killed gypsies,homosexual,people with learning difficulties, political dissidents, religious leaders that stood up against him etc etc. Coming from the Netherlands, I have a great aversion to even thinking about the things he did, but I still rate this a good question if it gets people thinking about things.
@sekhmetgb (462)
17 Nov 06
Serious answer now. He did do some good things (apparently). He had brilliant motorways built and he started the Volkswagen production. Apart from that, everything else he did was harmful.He had six million Jews killed, he also killed gypsies,homosexual,people with learning difficulties, political dissidents, religious leaders that stood up against him etc etc. Coming from the Netherlands, I have a great aversion to even thinking about the things he did, but I still rate this a good question if it gets people thinking about things.
@Kelian (768)
• Trinidad And Tobago
17 Nov 06
Er...how do you come up with that? Is there some kind of twisted logic behind that statement? Or are you just looking for answers?
@rocknroll (1536)
• India
17 Nov 06
i don't think so..