I'll give you a quote, you tell me whether 21st-Century musician Kanye "Ye" West or 20th-Century fascist dictator Adolf Hitler said it. To make it a little more challenging, all quotes have been translated to German and back to English using Google.
Hitler quotes in English from https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/30691.Adolf_Hitler
West quotes from https://www.thewrap.com/kanye-west-speaks-truth-kimmel-best-craziest-quotes/ and https://www.forbes.com/sites/marisadellatto/2022/12/02/kanye-wests-anti-semitic-troubling-behavior-heres-everything-hes-said-in-recent-weeks/?sh=7006977d6de3
Expressions like "racism", "tabloids" or "conservative" (according to its commonly understood meaning today) weren't things in Germany in the 1930s.
The expression "or die trying" does have a more or less direct German translation, but it's nowhere near as frequently used as it is in English.
Finally, about number 8, it was more or less based on gut feeling, but I just thought that Hitler was way to deep in the we-them rhetoric to talk like that.