Do the math.
Let's say it takes 5 minutes to kill a Jew and clean up the mess.
Six million murders would require 30 million minutes, or 57 years. Hitler was born April 20th, 1889, and died on April 30, 1945, less than 57 years after he was born. Thus proving that Hitler could not have killed six million Jews.
So who killed them? And who killed millions of Poles, Russians, handicapped, deformed and retarded, and Gypsies?
Answer: millions of Germans, many of whom considered themselves Christians.
But why pay attention to Hitler? Joseph Stalin killed many more millions of people than Hitler did. Or, more precisely, millions of Russians killed millions more than Hitler. And Mao Tse Tung -- or should we say, millions of Chinese -- killed many more millions of people than the Russians did.
In fact, during the 20th century, an average of 10,000 people were murdered each and every single day. Hundreds of millions of people over the course of one century.
But don't blame Hitler, Stalin, or Mao. These ungodly dictators couldn't have done it by themselves. Blame millions of ordinary people like you, who were "just following orders."
Political Science Professor Rudolph J. Rummel has spent his life studying what he calls "democide" -- the systematic murder of entire demographic groups. How were these millions killed? Rummel's book title reveals the method of execution: