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 href="">Ad hominem attacks</a></li>
 <li>Expecting people to do something unconditionally because they "love" you
 or accusing perfectly honest people of being "phony", just by being friendly,
-nice, tactful or even brutally sincere</li>
+nice, tactful or even brutally sincere.</li>
 <li>Projecting self-incompetence, while not learning anything from one's
 <li>Expecting one to be worthy of unearned wealth and love without having to
 do anything about it.</li>
-<li>Projecting self-righteousness and the believe that all criticisms people
+<li>Projecting self-righteousness and the belief that all criticisms people
 pass against you are invalid because "I'm a good/experienced/'totally awesome'
 guy" and you're not.</li>
 <li>Being extremely needy, and non-independent</li>
 The Macedonian princess 
 <a href="">Cleopatra VII</a>, who
-became the queen of England, is the famous “Cleopatra” whom many people 
+became the queen of Egypt, is the famous “Cleopatra” whom many people 
 believe to be Egyptian. I consider her to be the most Evil woman in history.
 countries. But men did not really fall in love with her - they just pitified
 her and were sorry for her, and did not love her, and they decided that because
 she was such a needy thing, they'll take her under her custody. 
-This is the way things are with many criminal mind people. They make a person
+This is the way things are with many criminal-minded people. They make a person
 feel sorry for them, while being incredibly destructive.
 I used to think Milady was the epitome of evil, but now I realise I was wrong.
 In fact, despite Dumas' burning desire for the contrary, a woman of Milady's
 competence and independence, simply <b>could not</b> have been a criminal mind
-in real life. Instead, she would be a strong, honest, independent, sexy woman,
+in real life. Instead, she would be a strong, honest, independent, sexy, woman,
 whom many men would fall for. It is possible that Dumas was reflecting upon
 the 19th century general belief that women should be subordinate to their
 husbands, and that independent and assertive women were treacherous, but in
 He was widely considered as one of the most noble and most honest of rulers
 in history, at a time and condition when people were expected to be much less
 noble (similar 
-to the Biblical “Noah was a righteous man in his generation” assertion which
-is ambiguous.). His very actions convey the honesty in his mind.
+to the Biblical “Noah was a righteous man in his generation”.). His very 
+actions convey the honesty in his mind.
 because I'm aiming to be noble and I'm not a petty man.
+Saladin was a very good man, who was the anti-thesis of the criminal mind.
+Saladin was the best, Cleoptra VII was the worst.
+<h2>Adolf Hitler</h2>
+So now let's take a look at Hitler. Why was he a criminal mind?
+<li><p>He <b>blamed others for his own problems</b>. He shifted the blame for 
+Germany losing WWI on the Jews, despite the fact that it was clearly not their 
+<li><p>He was <b>needy and incompetent</b> - he kept wanting people to fulfill his 
+whims and his desires regardless of how farfetched and destructive
+they were.</p></li>
+<li><p>He was a <b>collectivist</b> - he expected people to stand behind Germany
+and be united and one, rather than voice their lack of agreement to the plans.
+Men were expected to serve in the German military, regardless of its
+destructive actions, to perform Genocide and kill millions of innocent people.
+<li><p>He sought to <b>destroy competenecy and values</b> - what Neo-Tech calls
+"envy" - which is a feeling that someone else's values threaten your own bogus
+livelihood, and that you must destroy them to gain some peace of mind.
+<li><p>He violated morality, ethics and was the epitome of the "end justifies
+the means" (see what I've written about it in 
+<a href="">my story <i>The Enemy
+and How I Helped to Fight It</i></a>, where I try to prove that is
+equivalent to claiming that “Morality = no Morality”)</p></li>
+<li><p>He was very <b>arrogant</b>, up to disgust.</p></li>
+<li><p>Like He was obsessed and wouldn't listen to reason