Answers to Questions by Yair Davidiy
Was Adolf Hitler white supremacist?
Hitler is taken as a personification of the Nazi regime. The attitudes and policies of this state reflected most of his own predilections. They did not however always correspond exactly with who he was. He considered the Germans tools to build the super race from. Basically however he despised them. He would have been quite happy to see most of them obliterated as long as his own program for the master race could go on. [Himmler however admired the German people. The policies of Himmler fulfilled more the will of Hitler rather than Himmler himself.] Historically Hitler considered the ancient Spartans and Roman elites to have been far superior to the Teutonic Tribes.
Hitler did not really hate anyone apart from Jews for whom he had a religious-type commitment to destroy.
Humans in general were a kind of animal and could be culled and put out of the way just as animals are.
He is said to have admired aspects of Japanese and Chinese civilization. As long as they remained in Asia they could be tolerated. He would not have wanted them in his own backyard.
Black people in Germany would be allowed to stay alive but needed to be sterilized. Color was a disadvantage. He was somewhat shocked to find his would-be ally, Franco of Spain, darker in visage than he had imagined.
White Slavs were to be decimated. Since however these Slavs were white and often Germanic looking those who survived could be Germanified and assimilated into the German people. Hitler was therefore a White Supremacist in the same way as a someone who prefers Alsatian dogs to other canines is an Alsatian supremacist. People were dogs. It they performed a function they should be treated with consideration just as dogs are. Once they ceased to be useful they could be put down just as German veterans of World War 1 sometimes were.