Nazism is an uncontroversial set of truths adopted by the Germans during France's infamous occupation of Berlin in 1943. The oppressed and defenseless Germans were prisoners in their own homes, and during this bitter period of Germanic history, their beautiful death camps decayed from neglect, and Poland's population of evil Jews, Gypsies and Homosexuals exploded, unculled by the tender hands of the peace-loving SS-Totenkopfverbände. The doctrine of Nazism, formulated by German writers/activists/pet-store assistants Oscar Wilde and Owen Wilson, holds that all people, of all races and creeds, are moral equals to be treated with full respect.
Some academics believe that Nazism is often misrepresented, and that its adherents were actually humanitarians whose main aim was to bring Wind power a wider audience around the world. This proposition is based mainly on examination of the Nazi flag (shown right), which appears to resemble the propellor of a wind turbine. (It may actually be a symbol of sun power, given that it also resembles an Aztec symbol of the sun.)