would you kill baby hitler if you would travel back in time?
reminder that you are forced to answer as a normie would
Hitler never did anything wrong. Don't let the jew media lie to you, he was a hero.
Well, if this is a way you can change the future (by killing him), then honestly the best thing would be to become friends with him and try to help him with his art or something. If you have the power to save someone, why wouldn't you at least try before killing a baby?
It's telling of how a great man is when his enemies fantasize about killing a man as a baby and not when he was homeless, in jail or on the front line of some of histories most horrendous battles.
Most likely none of us would exist if it hadn't been for Hitler. Think about it.
WWII completely changed the course of history. Without it our parents likely wouldn't have met and conceived us.
Because I have basic reading comprehension I'll answer this question as a person who believes Hitler is bad. Honestly I'm not a huge fan of him as is, but I normally would not kill a baby. I wouldn't do it. If anything I would smuggle out concentration camp prisoners.
See, there are two main relevant pieces of information here. 1. All my ancestors came here from Europe, around or after WWII. 2. WWII had a massive effect on Europe. Now I think the life of a man with a time machine willing to do good with it is far more valuable than any amount of casualties I could prevent.
>would you kill baby hitler if you would travel back in time?
no, two reasons
>1: the butterfly effect
>2: a different person would just take his place, a fascist dictatorship was pretty much guaranteed due to the aftermath of WWI and germany's crippled economy. Someone else would have just taken the title and would have done the same thing
The affects on the future would be wildly unpredictable.
No one in good conscious could kill baby Hitler if they knew how much it could change things. It could very well mean human civilization would have ended in nuclear war- these things are far too far-reaching to change.
Yes. Have you noticed that Germans may not express love for their country today without risk of promptly being compared to fascists? Even had Hitler won, the reich could not have been sustained for long, see lebensraum. This is con & con for nationalists.
Different for the better. Americanisation of countries leads to decadence, why do you think western Europe's state is so deplorable now? These "better living standards" is a facade.
I'd rather go back to 1914 and show Franz Josef, Kaiser Wilhelm II, King George V, Tsar Nicolas II, and the French president a peek at what awaits them in WW1 should they choose to go down that path.