Candace Owens: "if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, okay fine."

Eesh. She really is the gift that keeps on giving isn’t she.

And this is while TPUSA us trying to promote itself in the UK :laughing:.

Her quote in its entirety. She didn’t say Hitler was fine like they’re trying to portray.

“I actually don’t have any problems at all with the word ‘nationalism.’ I think that it gets, the definition gets poisoned by elitists that actually want globalism. Globalism is what I don’t want. So when you think about, whenever we say ‘nationalism,’ the first thing people thing about, at least in America, is Hitler. You know, he was a national socialist, but if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, okay fine. The problem is … he had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everybody to be German. Everybody to be speaking German. Everybody to look a different way. … To me that’s not nationalism.”

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Try posting what she actually said and in context.

EDTA: Ahh good job GW.

What she said was as long as Hitler focused internally on Germany that was just fine. Since Hitler’s internal policies were based on the assumption that Germany’s problems were based on the presence of those (the Jews and a few other groups) who do not deserve to live among us. There is no way to embrace Hitler’s policy of restoring German greatness after its defeat in WWI without embracing Hitler’s anti-Semitism.

This statement was despicable and you do not bail Candace Owens out by providing context.


You’re ignoring the parts that matter, that he was not a nationalist since he was going after German Jews and that had he focused internally absent same for the betterment of All Germans he would not be seen as the monster he is for his actions.

Which she also clarified in the same linked story. It was an attempt to distance nationalism from Hitler, not excuse his maniacal rule.

If Ted Bundy had just stayed in Washington and made it great again, okay fine. But he clearly crossed the line by killing a bunch of women in other states.

Non sequitur. She specifically stated that the problem was in his going after the Jews in Germany and his expansionism.

He could not be a “Nationalist” when targeting a large segment of his own population of German Citizens for annihilation.

I’m really trying to be shocked here. I’m trying so damn hard. But I just can’t do it. Not because of what she said. It’s pretty stupid from top to bottom. No, I’m not shocked because Candace is just another second rate CEC drone who is finding ridiculous ■■■■ to say to try to be relevant. I think she and Tomi Lahren should get a show together. They make a perfect B-Team. Hell, even Fox & Friends looks less desperate next to her.

Her comments were spot on. Now twist them into any contortion that can make your negative feelings react…and bam…you’re a liberal. :sunglasses:

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Bitter partisan hackery, that’s all it is.

Yep. Sheople food has been scattered. Now listen for all those who are yelling just how baaaa, baaaa, baaaad Candace is and they’ll expose themselves. :sunglasses:

Wrong end of the sheep.

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Meh. I can’t get upset by this. It’s like a 2 on the scale compared to things we’re seeing from our elected entertainers on both sides.

So if Hitler wasn’t Hitler then he would have been okay.

Shaky ground for her to be on.

Candace Owen stated:

“if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, okay fine.”

I don’t see how you can say she was not approving of his rule in Germany?

To paraphrase Freud, “Sometimes an embarrassment is just an embarrassment.”

They weren’t spot on at all.

They show an ignorance of history…Hitler wasn’t a globalist.

They show once again that many people misunderstand the difference between nationalism and patriotism and how they are actually polar opposites.

Context isn’t helping to clean up this statement.


If he wasn’t killing off the Jews and trying to take over the world by force history would have a completely different view of him.

Yes, Hitler wanting to Globalize was the real problem, not the fact that he, you know, murdered millions.