„He (Hitler) knew even less than the rest. He allowed himself to be taken for a sucker by everyone.“

—  Sepp Dietrich, To David Irving, from "Hitler's Gladiator: The Life and Wars of Panzer Army Commander Sepp Dietrich" - by Charles Messenger - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - Page 174
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„I told him, that if that rogue were taken he deserved to be hanged, more than all the rest, for bringing in the Scots. Upon which he said, that I spoke like an honest man, and so we parted.“

—  Charles II of England King of England, Ireland and Scotland 1630 - 1685
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„When the country is occupied and the people are being killed by the enemy, everyone must take action, even if he sacrifices himself in so doing.“

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„If A were not allowed his better position, B would be even worse off than he is.“

—  John Rawls American political philosopher 1921 - 2002
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