Well, what can be said about resistance to Hitler among the highest orders of his military was that it was downright pusilanimous, obsequious, cowardly, and tardy compared with resistance movements everywhere
he exerted his influence. Even the generals who were opposed to his politics never did anything useful to stop him, and they (if anyone) knew what he was up to.
And yet there was a massive partisan movement in your country, in Scandinavia, in France, in Poland, in the occupied Soviet territory, in Greece, in Yugoslavia, etc. Despite the fact that the SS were machine-gunning Jewish babies as early as 1939, the German military not only didn't stop
that horror, but they provided material aid (the Babi Yar massacre would have never happened without the help of Army Group South). And Jews, who were poor, starved, diseased, unarmed, and with no central organization led rebellions in Krakow, Warsaw, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Treblinka, and Sobibor (in the latter two cases leading to the closure of those camps).
No surprise, right? I mean it's obvious that the most brutally victimized would be the most likely to rebel. But they weren't rebelling because of logic
-- they were rebelling for sheer survival
On the other hand, you read the biographies of people like Adolf Eichmann, Odilo Globocnik, Franz Stangl, Rudolf Hoess, among the most horrible murderers in history, and you find that the "loud stupidity" to them was a system for them to succeed in. In other words, even though they sent millions to their deaths, they were
following a sort of quiet logic -- the logic of opportunism unchecked by any moral
logic. The quiet logic was arriving by the trainloads...