Kolonialisme, net soos Hitler, was nie nét sleg nie.
Partyplakkate en -biljette moet in rooi wees, besluit Adolf op ŉ dag, want: “... it has an exciting effect on the eye and was therefore calculated to arouse the attention of our opponents and irritate them. Thus they would have to take notice of us ‒ whether they liked it or not ‒ and would not forget us.”
Die word “comrades” was toe reeds immer gewild. Net soos “struggle”: “The movement ought to educate its adherents to the principle that struggle must not be considered a necessary evil but as something to be desired itself.”
En luister bietjie, oom Adolf in ŉ filosofiese luim: “The greatness of Christianity did not arise from attempts to make compromises with those philosophical opinions of the ancient world which had some resemblance to its own doctrine, but in the unrelenting and fanatical proclamation and defence of its own teaching.”
“Because of this principle, our movement must necessarily be anti-parliamentarian, and if it takes part in the parliamentary institution it is only for the purpose of destroying this institution from within; in other words, we wish to do away with an institution which we must look upon as one of the gravest symptoms of human decline.”
Klink dit bekend?
Wie sou kon dink Suid-Afrika sit ŉ 100 jaar na die Führer tjoekie toe is met sy eie mini-me-Nazipapegaai-party? Ek is teleurgesteld in die gebrek aan oorspronklikheid.
Of is Suid-Afrikaners ŉ honderd jaar agter Duitsland …?
Henning Janse van Vuuren