Hitler and the Job Market

Hitler fact:

Bypassing the treaty of Versaille, he opened many many manufacturing factories for parachutes, tanks, planes, ships, ammunitions, vehicles and many more. Many people were put into these jobs therefore eliminating the no-job crisis.

Thus creating over millions of jobs.

And those jobs were lost when he lost his ‘position’. Many families lost their livelihood and descended into poverty.

Do we feel bad about that?

Not really. They were profiting by doing something that should not have been done in the first place.

Yet, all over Facebook, people are whining about the loss of jobs from The Keystone Pipeline being shut down by the new POTUS.Jobs that never should have been created in the first place. Jobs that robbed people of their homes, their clean water , and their ancestral land.

I do try very hard not to be an ass on social media. I comment only here & there on threads, and almost NEVER post directly about anything controversial or political on my own page. Usually the short comments i make lead to assumptions that i am looking for a debate..

In truth, my goal is simply this… always look at the big picture. History repeats itself. Leaders come and go and jobs come and go with them. New ones will be created. Possibly better , more humane jobs that will help heal this place we live in.Jobs that may improve the environment, promote unity, give back to the community.

As we move forward in life, if we are lucky, we begin to see more often that things are not always as they first appear.As Eckhart Tolle says:

“Suffering has a noble purpose: the evolution of consciousness and the burning up of the ego”



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