No, not as long as some people continue to seek attention and disproportionately vilify a dictator.
Hitler was obviously terrible in many ways, but he gets disproportionately vilified.
It's funny how some people like to paint Hitler as the world's greatest evil, as if they have some kind of accurate measuring stick for good and bad. It particularly applies to marketing the WW II holocaust.
The politicians, lobbyists, and others like to use these superlatives like "history's biggest crime" or "the most horrible crime ever committed." Other zealots will contribute to hyperbole with words like "Denying The Holocaust: Humans’ Greatest Evil." (See comments for these quotes.)
Some of these people will then bristle when someone cites the world's other horrible mass crimes. It's as if the Zionists* must be at the top of the perch.
There was Tamerlane's forces, who dried wax on their enemies' skin. Pulling off the wax would leave open wounds, upon which Tamerlane's men would pour in vinegar and salt until the victim died.
There was Ghengis Khan, who killed over 10% of the world's population. He was known for torture, such as filling enemy leaders' eyes and ears with silver molten.
There was Ivan the Terrible, who tied women and children to sleds and drowned them in ice cold lakes.
The real issue is how government wastes money on the Jewish holocaust industry (for more, see scholar Finkelstein's book, The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering).
Connecticut just passed a law which requires Jewish holocaust and "other genocide" education in the public schools. This was already being taught, but someone decided to waste government money anyway. The narcissism really hits home because the Jewish genocide did not take place in US like Indian slaughter. And yet, under this Connecticut legislation, Indian slaughter plays second fiddle by being categorized under "other genocides."
Stop the narcissism. Stop wasting government money. Enough is enough.