"National Socialists believe in idealism. Believe in something that is worth more than our own single human life. We're willing to die for something. When you're ready to die for something, then you're alive. And until you are ready to die for something, you have no real fanaticism. Just at dinner a little while ago, some of the fellows were telling me, 'Well it's terrible to be a fanatic.' Well, how do you think this country got here? How all the great inventions ever got there? Any one of you that is not a fanatic in one thing or another, whatever it is you're studying: if you're a doctor, be a fanatical doctor, otherwise you'll be nothing. You'll be an ordinary old chug-chug kind of guy, and when you die, nobody will notice it. But if you're a fanatic, you'll produce something and you'll be great; you'll create.
Creativity IS fanaticism. Every creative genius has had to be a fanatic. Many of them have been burned at the stake. So we are idealogical and idealistic fanatics, just like the Communists, by the way. In between the Communists and National Socialists is the great mass of non-fanatics, the TV watchers and the comic book readers." — George Lincoln Rockwell #georgelincolnrockwell#rockwell#nationalism#NS#natsoc#traditionalgenderroles#traditionalgenderrolesinart
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"Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character, and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man." - Arthur Schopenhauer
«..quod liberi nostri quos in potestate habemus mancipio accipiunt vel ex traditione nanciscuntur...vel ex alia qualibet causa adquiruntur;, id nobis adquiritur; ipse enim, qui in potestate nostra habemus, nihil suum habere potest»
Todo aquello que los hijos que tenemos bajo nuestra potestad adquieren por medio de mancipatio o traditio, o por cualquier otra causa, es adquirido por nosotros; en verdad, quien está bajo nuestra potestad no puede tener nada suyo.
Everything that our children that we have under our control they acquire by means of mancipatio or traditio, or for any other cause, is acquired by us; indeed, he who is under our power can not have anything of his.