Hitler: Judges are Independent and Irremovable (This Won't Last Long) Hot

Hitler: Judges are Independent and Irremovable (This Won't Last Long)

Adolf Hitler Addressing a Rally, 1930s

In a speech about the justice system, Adolf Hitler states the judges are independent and irremovable. His position will quickly change when he finds judges reaching decisions or imposing sentences with which he disagrees.

This should be obvious to anyone paying attention, because Hitler makes it clear that judges are expected to fall in line with the Nazi movement and that they are answerable to the "national community" — not to abstract principles of law, justice, or fairness.

It is the welfare of the German people that judges must base their decisions on and nothing else.

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