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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottingTrains View Post
    As much as I would not like to link myself to someone who committed such horrific acts I would say that he is in ENFJ. Very entrepreneurial, manipulated people to form his base from the ground up and ultimately played the role that was deemed needed at the time. This is just what I get from watching his speeches and whatever preconceived notions I have about him.
    watch his & Obamer's speeches in my Video Comp (in sig). The similarity in style-of-address is noteworthy.

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    Very interesting, I definitely see ENFJ characteristics in Obama but I have never really thought about actually trying to type him until now. Very good point though.

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    obama hires advisers around him for certain reasons. look at the people around him (their types) and they will point to what type obama is (you could try to type him but that would be too easy and take the fun out if lol, its much more fun to see his relationships with different people and use that to decide what he is)
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    Hitler is cleaerly a more TeFi person more than a FeTi person. The whole enfj thing makes mo sense.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    Hitler is cleaerly a more TeFi person more than a FeTi person. The whole enfj thing makes mo sense.

    That's very interesting. Can you explain the difference between TeFi vs. FeTi?

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    Yeah, finally. The best thread of all times has its comeback
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    the fdiffernece between Te and Fe is quite obvious., Fe ius motivated with opleasing people while Te is motivated bv creating order out of chaos.

    Fe is more like religon spreading, while Te is more about impose order and structure for tjhe sake of it. Hitler is known for his obssession with imposing order and rigid sturucture on other people.

    Fi and Ti, Fi is motivated by passion and personal conviction, while ti is motivated by experimentation and validity of thoughts. Ti will attempt to experiment to test how accurate his thought is.

    P.s everyone has Fi. otherwise , sex will feel like fucking a fish.
    but its just that in hitler;s case it is partiuclarly strong

    so i would type him as a crossbread betyween entj and infp.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Okay, after having re-thought this whole matter, here are the functions for each person that has to be in either primary, aux, tert, though not necessarily in that order:

    Hitler: Ni/Ne, Fi, Te

    Himmler: Si, Fi, Te

    Speer: Ne, Si, Ti

    Göring: Se (TOTALLY!!! Probably primary!), Ti, Fe

    Hess: Fe, Si, Ti

    Göbbels: Fi, Se, Ti
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    I look at Hitler as an INFJ...and very, very deranged, and neurotic INFJ.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    I agree with ENFJ.
    Hitler is such a gruesome figure, although its a known fact that bc he came to power under such circumstances and in the manner he came to power, as well as the wide reaching craze, had everything to do with his public speaking abilities. He had an amazing ability to connect with the audience, to read the crowd.
    Another reason Hitler came to power as a dictator so quickly was largely bc he took advantage of opportunities. He used the Jewish people as a scapegoat, blaming Germany's troubled history on them, and knowing he could play on the Jewish people's hardships and oppression. He truly understood human nature.He obviously inspired people, although to Evil ends. He was decisive, a J trait. And I believe he may have been extroverted b/c of his public speaking strengths.
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