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- adj. Of, relating to, or resembling Hitler (the German chancellor) or his actions
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- adj. of or pertaining to Adolf Hitler; resembling the policies of Hitler.
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- adj. of or relating to or suggestive of Adolf Hitler or his Nazi regime in Germany
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What finally did it for me was to use the horrific history of the genocidal anti-Semitism of the second world war as a contemporary argument to denounce Ahmadinejad, who has been more bluster than action and has certainly not yet engaged in any kind of Hitlerian pogrom to annihilate millions of Jews.
Is it just me or does Bolton cultivate a kind of Hitlerian appearance?
And, are the authors so clueless that they could not see that Obama's tactics and rhetoric these last six months -- never mind during the 2008 campaign -- are too "Hitlerian" for words?
It has become dogma on the left that the "civility problem," including the misuse and abuse of Hitlerian imagery, is primarily a problem on the right.
As a born-liberal until my late 30's, I too described all ideological opponents with Hitlerian traits despite always being mildly charmed by Bill Buckley and Barry Goldwater.
The GOP has adopted the Hitlerian/Bolshevik model of party purification and demanding absolute uncompromising party loyalty (irrespective of your own conscience or beliefs) while moving in a decidedly extreme right wing direction.
Overreach would be a flurry of Hitlerian imagery good for the National Jewish Democratic Council in denouncing the widespread signage, but where is the George Soros-backed Jewish Funds for Justice and the anti-Glenn Beck crowd when you need them?
Many people called, on both the left and civil liberties right, called Bush a Hitlerian figure, does that mean they hate white people?
I'm having a hard time understanding how a group that is largely anti-Semitic and feels that the first African-American president is the Hitlerian head of the New World Order can be described as left-wing.
This time round, the 'great savior' is less likely to be some Hitlerian ranter, but probably some smooth-talking female, perhaps not unlike nice Mrs Merkel.