1. It’s common cause that many attempts were made to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Here’s the thing: There’s this verifiable piece of history that many people are still not aware of!
2. Between 1942 and 1945, the Allies at the highest level of decision making concluded that it would have been very easy indeed to assassinate Adolf Hitler but they took a decision not to do this! Why? They correctly concluded that Adolf Hitler was a very incompetent military strategist and while Hitler was directing all aspects of the war and actual battle field this was in actual fact to the favour of the Allies and certainly not to their disfavor! They concluded further that if Hitler is assassinated, he will be replaced by any one of his military general and they were all very competent. They were in particular very concerned that Erwin Rommel could replace him as essentially the decision maker on military matters and this would be to the detriment of the Allies.
3. Leaders are sometimes kept in place in many countries not because they competent or even popular but because they are so inefficient that certain subordinates realize that they will be able to further their bribery and corruption activities with such a leader in place. They then(behind closed doors) with several other of their cronies decide that they simply must do everything in their power to keep a certain leader in place with the simple rationale that should another leader take that position, he/she may prove to be far more diligent, meticulous and have a hands on approach when it comes to holding individuals accountable for their actions and when it comes to assessing certain ministries and portfolios. It common sense, to engage in corruption, nepotism and get away with incompetence and maladministration all you really need is a very incompetent leader. Such a leader will only pick up your corrupt activities when it’s too late and will be very soft on you despite the fact that you so incompetent that even a grade 6 child will be able to do a better job than you!!!!