Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 15. July 26, 1939
[Quotes from Anatole France and W. Stapel]
We call "revolutionary" those whose philosophy is different from our own; "Immoral" those who do not hold our own moral code; and "sceptical," those who have not our personal Illusions, without even troubling ourselves to find out if they have any of their own.
"According to the National Socialist principle, what guarantees the maximum formation of state power is Right. The feeling of Right is brought into relation to the State, not to the individual. Therefore nothing is 'safe' from State interference. Right is not a matter of agreement: it is determined by the Fuhrer. It is based, not on contract but on command. We have no longer any competition between ideas; only ideas that are made good, and ideas that are expunged."