I'd say he ought to remain the leader of the Aryan race. No one in the entire recorded history has ever done so much in such a short period of time has He did. He took a country that had been completely destroyed financially, morally, and socially, and had been occupied by foreign military force, and he not only liberated it entirely, but he also restored social order and economic vitality in only three years as Chancellor.
Adolf Hitler took a tired and defeated people, and he raised them up out of their own ashes and reunited them with their own identity and a immense sense of pride. He gave the people work, bread, and dignity. And in the long run his work in NS Germany helped to save a dying Europe.
As an individual personality, Adolf Hitler was the most remarkable man in human history. No man had a greater sense of vision, and no man had the charisma to unite people and thus carry out his vision. No man in human history captured people so tightly by nothing more than the words of their voice: he was a brilliant genius of immense eloquence of expression. He was a modest artist who mastered water color painting without any schooling in the matter: he was one of those few throughout history that was able to pick up the brush and just paint.
No man in human history had more dignity, grace, and sheer nobility than Adolf Hitler. His manner of public presentation and conduct were nearly unimaginable in a world that has long been morally and socially corrupted. He never swore, he did not drink alcohol recreationally, he didn't eve eat meat, and he was celibate his entire life.
During his years in WWI and the years of struggle for the rebirth of Germany against the Marxist savages, Hitler displayed amazing courage. He never ran from a fight nor fled during a riot: he stood his ground and never faltered, even after several assassination attempts.
There is more to tell, and I am certainly not the person to do Hitler proper justice; but even in just these abovementioned truths one can understand that Hitler was no ordinary man. He was extraordinary, and our race would be foolish to disregard him because of the negative stigma attached to his name by envious and malicious adversaries.