This Dukes of Hazzard parody is from 2009. We are, of course, well beyond parody at this point:
In this funny segment from the Spanish comedy TV show El Hormiguero, Madrid, Spain-based professional skateboarder Danny Leon pranked a group of young skaters at a skate park by pretending to attempt skateboarding for the first time while disguised as an 80-year-old man.
That's the shark's house. The shark has a right to eat you up when you in his house. When chickens come in my house, guess what. They get ate.
Herr Adolf Hitler, the German Chancellor, has saved his country. Swiftly and with exorable severity, he has delivered Germany from men who had become a danger to the unity of the German people and to the order of the state. With lightening rapidity he has caused them to be removed from high office, to be arrested, and put to death.
The names of the men who have been shot by his orders are already known. Hitler's love of Germany has triumphed over private friendships and fidelity to comrades who had stood shoulder to shoulder with him in the fight for Germany's future.
~Daily Mail, July 2nd 1934.
Hitler posing with SA members in the late 1920s.
Hermann Göring stands bedecked
with medals beneath Hitler.
|Hitler and Rohm, 1933|
Just before Wiessee, Hitler suddenly breaks his silence: "Kempka", he says, "drive carefully when we come to the Hotel Hanselbauer. You must drive up without making any noise. If you see a SA guard in front of the hotel, don't wait for them to report to me; drive on and stop at the hotel entrance." Then after a moment of deathly silence: "Röhm wants to carry out a coup." An icy shiver ran down my back. I could have believed anything, but not a coup by Röhm.
~Kempka, I Was Hitler's Chauffeur
“If anyone reproaches me and asks why I did not resort to the regular courts of justice, then all I can say is this: In this hour I was responsible for the fate of the German people, and thereby I became the supreme judge of the German people.”
~Adolf Hitler, July 13, 1934