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Whether a man occupies a postion of minor responsibility or a position of the gravest responsibilty, in the state that task is his responsibility and that of no other, and for the execution of that task he shall be held responsible to the people. Authority can never be divided because divided authority means divided responsibility, and that leads to the futility and cowardice of the committee system. Failure to comprehend this system is failure alike to understand the principles of National Socialism or the essence of any creed of dynamic action and achievement since the world began. But to represent as dictatorship authority freely conferred by the people in return for the manly acceptance of personal responsibility is a misunderstanding, or rather misrepresentation, equally gross.
— Oswald Mosley – Tomorrow We Live.

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Even today, when truthful information can be found with a few mouse clicks, on the internet, there still remains much confusion and misinformation, also blatantly hostile propaganda, about the Third Reich.
For instance, many still believe the Third Reich resemble the dystopian society from “Fahrenheit 451”, the novel by Ray Bradbury, where books were considered dangerous and would have to be burned once discovered.
On the 10th of May, 1933, the German “Studentenschaft” (Student’s Association), led by the “Nationalsozialistischer Deutscher Studentenbund” (NSDStB), organized public burning of books, in Berlin, and 21 other German cities with universities. Students, Professors, and members of NS-organizations threw a number of books into the fire. This was a symbolic cleansing of University Libraries, concerning the works of Jewish, Marxist, and Liberal writers. Their books were removed from the University libraries, because they did not express the German spirit that was supposed to be the guiding force, of education too, in the Third Reich from there on. Contrary to popular belief, there was never a systematic and on-going campaign of burning books all over Germany, nor was the possession of certain books ever penalized by law.
The burning of books was a symbolic act that took place one time only, and this incident meant to show the catharsis and rebirth of Germany in terms of University Education, among others. Germans in the Third Reich were not afraid of books, nor were they afraid of the writings of their opponents, for that matter. Books were burned only once, in an act of symbolic defiance and not in an act of paranoid persecution.
– Written by Hyperb0rean

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Mexican journalist Lydia Cacho’s investigations found that sex traffickers use the choice rhetoric to justify their trade: “difficult choices are still choices”, said one child sex trafficker in Asia. The “choice” available to a middle class American woman to work on the sex industry is inapplicable to those from a deeply collectivist culture, embedded in systems of poverty and familial responsibility. Yet, by focusing on the privileged few who put forward their agency and free will to engage in the industry, we marginalise the majority who have none. More worryingly, Cacho’s investigations revealed that traffickers also use the idea of western sexual liberation and choice to groom girls. Just consider what Cacho explained in this interview:

In Cambodia, Cacho met a woman who runs a brothel who explained how she ‘reprograms’ girls by ‘normalising sexual exploitation through systematic exposure to pornography. They have to be convinced that they were the ones who chose to do this, and they must be constantly reminded that their lives are worth nothing.’
— http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/nov/11/its-not-anti-sex-to-want-to-expose-pornographys-complicit-role-in-child-abuse-and-trafficking?CMP=soc_567

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Give the feminists an inch, and they’ll take the whole yardstick, beat you to death with it, then claim it was your fault.
— Matt Forney

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