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  • (Ray Comfort) Have you heard of Adolf Hitler?

  • No.

  • You don't know who he is?

  • No.

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  • [cheering]

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  • (Adolf Hitler) [speaking German]

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  • I'm Ray Comfort.

  • I'm Jewish, and I'm deeply concerned that a generation

  • is forgetting one of the greatest tragedies

  • in the history of the human race.

  • Adolf Hitler sanctioned the murder

  • of eleven million people,

  • including six million Jews, through what's commonly called

  • the Holocaust.

  • In Germany, statues of Hitler are forbidden,

  • and his Nazi salute is illegal. And in Austria,

  • if you even deny the Holocaust took place,

  • they'll throw you in jail.

  • Germany so wants to keep alive the memory of that horror,

  • it has mandatory Holocaust education for its children.

  • This is because it's been rightly said that

  • those who forget history are destined to repeat it.

  • (Ray Comfort) Adolf Hitler, what do you know about him?

  • He was a, um-- what's it called?

  • He was kind of a president.

  • (Ray Comfort) What do you know about Adolf Hitler?

  • I really don't know anything about it.

  • (Ray Comfort) Have you heard of Adolf Hitler?

  • Um, no.

  • (Ray Comfort) You never heard of him?

  • No.

  • I vaguely remember him.

  • (Ray Comfort) Who was Adolf Hitler?

  • Um, he was the guy that's in--was he German?

  • I really don't know that much about him.

  • (Ray Comfort) Who was Adolf Hitler?

  • Um...

  • uh, this guy--with a--

  • he had a mustache.

  • (Ray Comfort) Who was Adolf Hitler?

  • He was a communist, right, leader of Germany?

  • Who was Adolf Hitler?

  • I don't know.

  • You have no idea at all?

  • No.

  • Uh, he was a communist.

  • Um, is he like a actor or someone?

  • He's like, something about Holocaust.

  • (Ray Comfort) So tell me what you know about Adolf Hitler.

  • Uh, I don't know anything about him.

  • Have you ever heard of him?

  • No, I haven't.

  • Who's the guy with the mustache?

  • Um, don't know, I'm sorry.

  • (Ray Comfort) You're about to meet Steve.

  • As you'll see, Steve is a self-proclaimed neo-Nazi

  • who loves Adolf Hitler, hates Jews and people of dark skin.

  • White people are up here,

  • and then there's [bleep] and Jews.

  • So, the white man is the best man.

  • (Ray Comfort) What's the purpose of man's existence?

  • To get drunk and have a blue Mohawk.

  • What was Jesus Christ?

  • (Ray Comfort) Savior of the world.

  • No, he was a [bleep] Jew!

  • And what do Jews do?

  • They lie!

  • Christianity is a Jewish trick, but it hasn't tricked me,

  • because I'm Greek and I'm smarter than that.

  • (Ray Comfort) Spell the word "shop."

  • Shop? S-h-o-p.

  • (Ray Comfort) What do you do when you come to a green light?

  • Stop.

  • (Ray Comfort) Green light.

  • Oh. Go. [laughs]

  • (Ray Comfort) See, now, if you can make a mistake

  • with something as simple as that--

  • [Yeah that was good.]

  • (Ray Comfort) just think if you're making a mistake

  • with this whole philosophy.

  • I'm not. You're making a mistake!

  • I don't hate black people because they're black.

  • I hate black people because they're pieces of [bleep],

  • because they ruin every [bleep] neighborhood

  • they come into, because they do bad things

  • to my people because of the color of our skin.

  • This country is [bleep], and I hate America.

  • America is run by a bunch of little weak [bleep] Jews

  • that were like, that couldn't stand up for themselves,

  • so they had to make up a fake God to protect them,

  • because they're a weak race.

  • Jesus was a Jew,

  • and if He were in Auschwitz, I'd give Him a tattoo.

  • Adolf Hitler was not evil.

  • (Ray Comfort) So, what do you have to do to be evil?

  • He killed six million Jews, and blacks, and gypsies,

  • and homosexuals.

  • I don't believe that; I think that's a lie.

  • I don't think he killed that many people.

  • I love Hitler.

  • (Ray Comfort) Why?

  • Because he wanted to cleanse the world of non-white races.

  • (Ray Comfort) Don't you think he was evil?

  • Evil? No, no.

  • Who was Adolf Hitler?

  • The leader of the Nazis.

  • He ran the fascist movement in World War II, right?

  • Good guy, bad guy?

  • He was intelligent, but he was-- what he was doing was bad.

  • (Ray Comfort) Have you heard of Adolf Hitler?

  • Yes. Yeah.

  • (Ray Comfort) What did he do?

  • He killed a lot of people and tried to take over the world.

  • (Ray Comfort) Good guy or bad guy?

  • Bad!

  • (Ray Comfort) I've got to ask you this question.

  • It's not a racist question,

  • but are you German?

  • Bin ein Deutschlander.

  • And do you know what Hitler said, is he said Christianity

  • is a nice religion, but let's let it die out.

  • He put the Jewish people in concentration camps.

  • And he basically brainwashed the whole German civilization

  • into believing that Jews were evil,

  • and he needed to get rid of them.

  • He started World War II.

  • (Ray Comfort) It's 1939, you've got a high-powered rifle,

  • and Adolf Hitler is in your sights.

  • Do you take him out?

  • (female) Absolutely.

  • (Ray Comfort) Okay, so you didn't hesitate.

  • Would you take him out?

  • Yes.

  • (Ray Comfort) Okay, it's about 30 years earlier.

  • Mrs. Hitler is pregnant with Adolf.

  • Would you take her out?

  • If I knew what he was going to do?

  • (Ray Comfort) Mmm-hmm.

  • Yeah.

  • (Ray Comfort) Would you shoot him?

  • (Ray Comfort) If you go back 30 years earlier,

  • and Adolf Hitler's mother is pregnant with Adolf,

  • and you've got a high-powered rifle,

  • and you had got one shot, would you take him out?

  • Would you kill her to kill him?

  • (Ray Comfort) Did he kill millions of Russians?

  • (Ray Comfort) Did you lose any relatives?

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  • (Ray Comfort) Adolf Hitler hated Christianity.

  • He called it a disease and once said,

  • "The heaviest blow which ever struck humanity

  • was Christianity,"

  • adding that it was an invention of the Jew.

  • He killed or imprisoned genuine pastors

  • and replaced them with his own Nazi pastors.

  • He also replaced the cross with a swastika,

  • printed 100,000 copies of his own twisted Bible,

  • rewrote the Ten Commandments,

  • and then created his own Aryan, anti-Semitic, non-Jewish Jesus.

  • But most importantly, all this sprung from the fact

  • that Hitler had created his own image of God

  • and was what the Bible calls an idolater.

  • He had another god before the God of the Bible.

  • Like Judas Iscariot, he professed to be a follower

  • of Jesus of Nazareth, but his motive was for

  • his own evil agenda, and that agenda was very clear.

  • He said, "He alone who owns the youth gains the future."

  • Adolf Hitler deceived the youth of Germany.

  • He deceived many within the traditional church.

  • But most of all,

  • he deceived the millions of Germans who believed his lie

  • about the supremacy of the German race.

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  • (Ray Comfort) History tells us of one man who was present

  • when the Nazis killed 1,600 Jews on April 6, 1942.

  • He witnessed them being shot and then being buried alive.

  • (male #1) I saw them do the killing.

  • At 5:00 p.m., they gave the command,

  • "Fill in the pits."

  • Screams and groans were coming from the pits.

  • Suddenly, I saw my neighbor Ruderman

  • rise from under the soil.

  • His eyes were bloody, and he was screaming,

  • "Finish me off!"

  • A murdered woman lay at my feet.

  • A boy of five years crawled out from under her body

  • and began to scream desperately, "Mommy!"

  • That was all I saw, since I feel unconscious.

  • (Ray Comfort) It's 1943, a German officer

  • has pointed a machine gun at you and told you

  • to get in a bulldozer and drive it forward.

  • You look in front of you. There's a big pit.

  • Hundreds of Jewish families have been shot,

  • and they're in the pit.

  • Many of them are dead, but some of them are still alive.

  • He's telling you to bury them alive.

  • [Gasps.]

  • (Ray Comfort) You know that if you say no, he's just going to say okay,

  • and shoot you with his machine gun.

  • Oh, my goodness.

  • (Ray Comfort) Okay, and someone else is going to do it.

  • He's going to do it.

  • Would you do what he says?

  • I don't know.

  • Wow, I think that's a powerful question.

  • (Ray Comfort) If you do what he says, he's going to let you live.

  • Would you drive the bulldozer forward?

  • No.

  • No.

  • (Ray Comfort) Why not?

  • They're going to die anyway.

  • Because I'd rather die not doing that,

  • knowing that I was the cause.

  • (Ray Comfort) Would you drive the bulldozer?

  • Absolutely not.

  • I think I would do it forward only because of the fear

  • of my own life and fearing that I have no other choice.

  • (Ray Comfort) Would you do what he says?

  • Absolutely.

  • I would not.

  • (Ray Comfort) What about you?

  • Would you drive it forward?

  • No, I would take the shot.

  • (Ray Comfort) Would you do what he says?

  • Probably, yes.

  • (Ray Comfort) You'd just bury those Jews?

  • Yeah, if it was me or if it was my life,

  • I would probably do that, yeah.

  • I'd do it.

  • (Ray Comfort) Okay, let's say that the soldier said to you,

  • "Look, I don't want you to bury these people alive.

  • I'm just going to give you my gun,

  • and you just finish them all off.

  • Just shoot them."

  • Would you do that?

  • Nah, that would be harder to do.

  • Yeah, that would be something--

  • (Ray Comfort) It's almost more merciful

  • to be shot than buried alive, don't you think?

  • Oh, I think so, yeah.

  • (Ray Comfort) So, you wouldn't shoot them, but you'd bury them?

  • Yeah.

  • (Ray Comfort) What's the difference?

  • Because I would think that most of them would be dead.

  • That would be the--

  • (Ray Comfort) But there's some still alive.

  • Yeah, I would probably try to put that out of my mind.

  • (Ray Comfort) Would you do what he says?

  • Absolutely not.

  • He may as well shoot me.

  • (Ray Comfort) If he said, "Take my gun.

  • We've got a dozen officers pointing their guns at you.

  • I want you to shoot those Jews."

  • No, dude, no, no.

  • (Ray Comfort) So, you wouldn't shoot them?

  • Nah, I don't like--

  • (Ray Comfort) But you'd bury them?