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Murderous Villain Test

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Joachim von Ribbentrop

Joachim von Ribbentrop
Foreign Minister of Nazi Germany
"[Hitler] could be very friendly and affectionate towards me one day, and then the next time I met him he could criticize me. ... I was his most loyal follower and his accusations hurt me."

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Personality Match

Like Joachim von Ribbentrop, you love being around people and facilitating a congenial atmosphere among them. Your concern with harmonious relations is a great asset, but you should allow yourself to be analytical about people from time to time. Being critical of others is not always a fault, and paying attention to the possible sinister motives of others, instead of always seeking to make nice, can save you many a tear in the long run.

Words of Warning

Points to consider for people with your personality - have you ever:

  • Put the responsibility for your decisions in the hands of an "authority" as a way to avoid having to be accountable for your own actions?
  • Used your eminent practical skills to take care of obvious problems for a loved one, only to discover that he or she did not want the problem solved in the way that you did it?
  • Covered up or ignored obvious injustices aimed at you, or at people under your guidance, because you did not want to ruin the mood and good graces of a situation?
  • Found validation for your own actions in the supportive utterances of friends and family as a way to avoid having to face nagging doubts about whether what you did was right?
  • Used your good graces and flair for politeness to win favors and special treatment at the expense of people who had been queuing for these benefits for longer than you had?

Scientific Research

According to studies from Cambridge University (UK) and Texas AM University (US), your scores indicate that you are:

  • More likely than the average person to judge people by their actions, rather than by their words.
  • More likely than the average person to cut straight to the chase when talking.
  • More likely than the average person to simply look at the bottom line as opposed to pondering a lot of qualifications and maybes.
  • More energetic and quicker to act than the average person.
  • Someone who has a greater number of friends than the average person.
  • More assertive in social situations than the average person.
  • Someone who is more excitement-seeking and prone to experiencing more positive emotions than the average person.
  • More likeable, warm, and trusting than the average person.
  • More likely than the average person to think in terms of "win-win" and to compromise as a means of settling disputes.
  • Someone who forgives more easily than the average person and who gives more to charities than the average person.
  • Someone who feels more concern for others and who sympathizes more with the feelings of others than the average person.
  • Amazingly, your personality is simply too smooth and well-rounded for this study to be able to say anything about you.

Historical Background

Joachim von Ribbentrop (1893-1946) was a German businessman and the Third Reich's Foreign Minister from 1938 to 1945. Ribbentrop's knowledge of world affairs from his business dealings attracted Hitler's attention. In 1933, he offered his home for the secret meetings which led to Hitler's appointment as Chancellor. He was appointed by Hitler as the German ambassador to Britain in 1936, although many leading Nazis thought him incompetent for this task.

Later, while serving as the Foreign Minister, he played a key role in securing the Pact of Steel with Italy and securing the Soviet-German non-aggression pact, known as the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. However, by 1941 his influence had waned. At the Nuremberg Trials, he was found guilty of war crimes for his role in starting World War II and enabling the Holocaust. In 1946, he was the first to be executed because of Goering's suicide moments before the scheduled hanging.

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