[SPAM] PM Modi Used Adolf Hitler’s Words In His Speech

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[SPAM] PM Modi Used Adolf Hitler’s Words In His Speech

Wrong translation of Hitler’s speech is being related to PM Modi’s speech and is circulated on social media.. Please read more about it in verification section of this article.

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Below post has been circulating on social media.

https://twitter.com/Radhika_Khera/status/1208984697449005056

मुझसे नफरत करो लेकिन देश से नफरत मत करो – प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी

Hate me, But don’t hate Germany – Adolf Hitler

जर्मनी हम शर्मिंदा है,
हिटलर अभी जिंदा है

आप मुझसे नफरत करो लेकिन देश से नफरत मत करो – प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदीHate me, But don't hate Germany – Adolf Hitlerजर्मनी हम शर्मिंदा है,हिटलर अभी जिंदा है

Posted by Indian Youth Congress on Sunday, 22 December 2019

आज ऐसा ही कुछ सुनने को मिला था ना ?

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सबटाईटल की प्रमाणिकता के बारे मे जानकारी नहीं है, जर्मन भाषा के जानकर बताए।
हाव भाव तो मिल रहे है।

विडियो मे चल रहे सबटाइटल ग़लत है। भ्रम फैलाना उद्देश नही था।माफ़ी 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Posted by Himanshu Pandit on Sunday, 22 December 2019

 

Verification: There is no connection of PM Modi’s slogan to that of Adolf Hitler’s video’s subtitles

The video is circulating with misleading captions and subtitles. Wrong translation of Hitler’s speech is being related to PM Modi’s speech and is circulated on social media. The portion of real video is being manipulated and shared with false claims and captions. Hitler in his speech did not say “I know who is hating me, Hate me it is your wish, But dont Hate Germany.” On search, the original video was found on internet and is from ‘Winterhilfswerk 1936-37’ as mentioned on the video.There are no subtitles in original video. There is no connection of speech or slogans by PM Modi, on 22nd December in Ramleela Maidan Rally regarding Anti CAA protesters. There is no relation of PM Modi slogans to that of subtitles on the viral video. Check the link below:

Read more @Boom-live 

Read more @TheLallanTop

Read More @Alt News


Maria Wirth who is from Germany and stays in India from last 38 years also shared on her twitter account that the post is totally irrelevant.

Slogans PM Modi said in his speech were:

Burn Modi’s effigy, but do not burn public property”.

“Hate me if you want to, but don’t hate India. Burn my effigy, but don’t burn a poor man’s auto-rickshaw,”

“Vividhta me ekta, Bharat ki visheshta”

‘Hate me if you want, but don’t hate India’, PM Modi hits out at anti-CAA protesters: Read more @The Free Press 

The similar kind of post was viral earlier with misleading subtitles. That was also fake spread on social media. Read more @ Alt News. The viral post was:


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Post Date: 25 Dec 2019

Post ID: #74736

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