No, I said Hitler was. I said that Marx's system creates a state of slavery. And I said so after both you and Walt maintained, and I presume still maintain, that Marx opposed slavery and was good for doing so.
You said that the form of government he theorized created the ultimate form of slavery.
Yep. And you said Marx opposed slavery. So which is it?
You said that Hitler was open for slavery and used it. Well, so did Jefferson Davis. So would you link Davis and Hitler in that area?
Insofar as the link you drew was made, but that's about it. On a key political issue of the war, that of the union, they were complete opposites. Hitler's view was identical to the northern side. Davis' was a part of the southern side. As for the link...
Hitler had a mustache. Grant also had a mustache. So would you link Grant and Hitler in that area?
You're making the link between Marx and Lincoln based on a letter. But let's look at it in more detail. Davis forced confederate farmers to sell a percentage of their crop to the government at prices below the market. He forced shipping companies to sell a percentage of their cargo space to the government at prices below the market. He conscripted slaves for labor, nationalized whole industries like textile and salt for the war effort, tried to push through income taxes that would have soaked the rich. All that sounds like policies that Marx would have loved. A rigid central government controlling the economy and pulling strings.