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January 2, 2021

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US patriot resistance to covid fascism reminded me of this Woody Allen article, "I was Hitler's Barber" (1971)

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"I have been asked if I was aware of the moral implications of what I was doing. As I told the tribunal at Nuremberg, I did not know that Hitler was a Nazi. The truth was that for years I thought he worked for the phone company. When I finally did find out what a monster he was, it was too late to do anything, as I had made a down payment on some furniture. Once, toward the end of the war, I did contemplate loosening the F├╝hrer's neck-napkin and allowing some tiny hairs to get down his back, but at the last minute my nerve failed me."


Related-  This is an interview with Adolf Hitler's real barber, August Wollenhaupt. He was the only man allowed to cut Hitler's hair from 1932-1945.



Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at