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I have to prove my point to Principal Owenís. I can still make this work, Iím sure I can. Over the past week I have shown these kids what it was like to be equal. I can end this experiment, these kids just have to know what they are doing is wrong and it must be stopped.
The only problem will be to get help from members that are not in the Wave. Maybe Laurie and David can help me teach these kids a lesson.
How can I do it? First I have to get all the Wave members into the one place, put them in the auditorium. I will have to organize the meeting in the morning, that is if I still have a job at Gordon High.
What will I do though, I have to show them that what they are doing is wrong and they should stop before someone gets killed. HITLER, he would be the perfect example of doing the wrong thing. Well, he was only responsible for millions of deaths of innocent men, women, children. He particularly hated Jews.
The only thing wrong is how will I show them that they are becoming similar to one of the evil dictators ever. I could show them the dead, massacred bodies of the innocent Jews. I would show them a movie of Hitler and his Naziís to show these students what they are becoming. I will tell them all that they would make great Naziís. I mean, look at it, how close did they come to World War Three happening in the extreme.
That would make me the new age Hitler and I canít and wonít let that happen. Well, that is what I will do, I will stop this immature stupidity and end this. It has to work, if so I will probably have no job and soon after that no life, It has to end tomorrow.
Chancellors of Germany, Adolf Hitler, Hitler family, Nazism, Persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, Stateless people, The Wave, Adolf Hitler in popular culture, Religious views of Adolf Hitler
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