In a May Day speech in Munich, Adolf Hitler praises the virtues of Love, Faith, and Hope, a reference to Corinthians 13:13.
According to Hitler:
"There are three words which many use without a thought which for us are no catch-phrases: Love, Faith, and Hope....
We are fanatical in our love for our people.... We have faith in the rights of our people, the rights which have existed time out of mind. We protest against the view that every other nation should have rights — and we have none.
We must learn to make our own this blind faith in the rights of our people, in the necessity of devoting ourselves to the service of these rights; we must make our own the faith that gradually victory must be granted us if only we are fanatical enough. And from this love and from this faith there emerges for us the idea of hope.
When others doubt and hesitate for the future of Germany — we have no doubts. We have both the hope and the faith that Germany will and must once more become great and mighty.
We have faith that one day Heaven will bring the Germans back into a Reich over which there shall be no Soviet star, no Jewish star of David, but above that Reich there shall be the symbol of German labor — the Swastika. And that will mean that the first of May has truly come."