Adolf Hitler Quote

The universalists, the idealists, the Utopians all aim too high. They give promises of an unattainable paradise, and by doing so they deceive mankind. Whatever label they wear, whether they call themselves Christians, Communists, humanitarians, whether they are merely sincere but stupid or wire-pullers and cynics, they are all makers of slaves. I myself have always kept my eye fixed on a paradise which, in the nature of things, lies well within our reach. I mean an improvement in the lot of the German people.


21 February 1945. - The Testament of Adolf Hitler (1945)

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The universalists, the idealists, the Utopians all aim too high. They give promises of an unattainable paradise, and by doing so they deceive...

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The universalists, the idealists, the Utopians all aim too high. They give promises of an unattainable paradise, and by doing so they deceive...

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The universalists, the idealists, the Utopians all aim too high. They give promises of an unattainable paradise, and by doing so they deceive...

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The universalists, the idealists, the Utopians all aim too high. They give promises of an unattainable paradise, and by doing so they deceive...