- I may be mistaken, but I act in good faith
Hitler's rise to power catapulted loses of Jewish natives. In light of this, although Hitler proclaimed that he acted in good faith, it is surprising that his acting in good faith aimed at eliminating the Jewish. Escape from Subibor movie chronicles the various ways that he used to eliminate them. This implies his selfish and ungodly character since he engaged in those deaths to benefit himself. Moreover, he could have used other means to isolate Jews from the German population instead of killing them an action that betrays his statement that he acts in good faith.
- Truth is never evil
It is surprising that Adolf Hitler claimed that truth was never evil. He seems to apply the ideology that the actions that he did on Jews were truthful but as a result led to evil deeds. His assertion of the word truth was misguided. For example, how could he kill Jews, just because they had overtaken Germany? It was unreasonable to allege that truth was never evil.
- In the economic field we can learn much from the United States
It was astonishing for Hitler to have made such a remark owing to the Nazi-US relations. Hitler and the US administration relations assumed a tooth and nail approach, an indication that Hitler could not seek help from US. In 1938, For instance, US-Germany trade agreements were revoked to an extent of recalling the American ambassador. Moreover, relations between Adolf Hitler and the political administration in the United States were souring after the World War II.
- We don't want to educate anyone on atheism
The remarks display Adolf as an atheist yet much of his talks centered on Christianity. For example, history reveals that Adolf was born a Christian, catholic to be precise, and in most of his speeches acknowledged Jesus as savior of mankind. However, the remark that they won't educate anyone on atheism leaves a lot to be desired about his spirituality. For example, it surprisingly creates a dilemma about his true spiritual identity. Besides, his actions betrayed his Christianity and revealed his atheist self. These contrasting personality identities about Adolf illustrate that he was neither Atheist nor Christian.
- When I think about it, I realize that I'm extraordinarily humane
The above sentiments are astonishing given that they were spoken by Adolf Hitler, a butcher of mankind. He said this way as a consolation remark to those he butchered mostly the Jews. This portrays him as a believer of Christianity since the sentiments were a clear representation of the Christian dominant ideology that souls migrate from the body towards heaven as the body is buried to ascertain that 'from soil you came, and to soil you return' perspective. However, his actions were a clear contrast to the ideology.
He killed and maimed people aimlessly for selfish gains. In his view, he thought his actions were beyond rebate and were humane, a fallacious ideology. Killing people was his leisure and in his words, thinking about brought happiness, although it precipitated sadness to other people. It is surprising to note that Hitler was an individualistic individual that only did things that would please him. For example, no matter the magnitude of his actions, he bothered less about his actions implications on other people such as the Jews.