Some silly people have put forward the ridiculous and sarcastic idea, “Hitler did nothing wrong.” Perhaps the equally ludicrous and indefensible counter-position could be advanced (in humor) that Hitler, in fact, did nothing right, as he consistently and methodically made basic mistakes in arithmetic and did on occasion point to an apple and baselessly state, “ZAT iz ein TANGERINE!”
Confucius said that perfection is impossible, but goodness is always at hand. If it is impossible for Confucius to do no wrong, but also impossible for Hitler himself to do nothing right, does that make everyone right and wrong, either or neither?
It is good to keep this idea firmly in mind: Every day you play the kazoo, you are a little bit less and less like Hitler. Clearly, playing the kazoo is somewhere close to perfection.
(Disclosure & Disclaimer: The author is unconditionally opposed to the idea that Hitler was anything other than terrible.)
The world now has two thousand billionaires, the mathematical equivalent of two trillionaires and the practical equivalent of millions still broke.