Well if it helps, here's another quote of Hitler's explaining his thinking process:
"Bear in mind that my mind works like a calculating machine. Each person who makes a presentation to me introduces into this calculating machine a small wheel of information. There forms a certain picture, or a number on each wheel. I press a button and there flashes into my mind the sum of all this information."
This does sound a bit like Ni.
That basically is Ni.
"The life of the individual has meaning only insofar as it aids in making the life of every living thing nobler and more beautiful."
- Albert Einstein
Could be inferior Fi- I always thought Hitler was an ENTJ or INTJ.
I don't think there is any way he could be an NF.. no way..
An NF would most likely not abuse power like he did- he might have hoodwinked the Germans into thinking that he was an "F type" but I don't think so..
I don't find it entirely implausible for Hitler to be an F. His reasoning for things was rather F. I mean, in his eyes, it was all one big epic war of that which is pure over that which is filthy. Good and bad, light and dark.
In terms of skills, Hitler was a brilliant manipulator of peoples' spirits, but he didn't know shit about commanding an army. He really bares a lot of responsibilities for Nazi millitary defeat, and he probably should have let his wiser generals make the decisions. In fact, it was often his inability to accept certain realistic, but depressing possibilities, that made him give crazy military orders. Again, this seems like someone with a lot more F than T.
I also think he was an Enneagram One.
The funny thing is, calling him an F(who have been mischaracterized as gentle) and a One(who are presumed to be "good guys") does not mix with the popular characterization of Hitler. Society isn't ready for a Feeling, type One villain, so it will deny their existence.
Go to sleep, iguana.
INTP. Type 1>6>5. sx/sp. Live and let live will just amount to might makes right