"When, as a member of the Reichstag, I protested against Hitler's war [Last fall Thyssen sent letters of protest from Switzerland to both Hitler and Goering on the war against Poland and the Nazi-Soviet Alliance. He says that German agents promised him financial security and personal independence if he withdrew his protests - but he refused to abandon his ideals for pay.] I did so on the grounds that the Reichstag has a right to be consulted. Hitler talked only to a few henchmen around him who dared not oppose his will. Such procedure is more than dictatorship. It is Anarchy; it is Nihilism; Hitler is the greatest Nihilist of all times. He is a man who believes in nothing but his whims. That is the danger arising from dictatorship."
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