How fascism (or integrism) grows up easy

Or in other words: your paradise is my hell

Watch this Video: The wave, 46.12 min, added May 13, 2007.
1981 – Based on the real experience of a high school class in Palo Alto, CA in April 1967, whose teacher wanted to explain the rise of the Nazi party to his students.

See also the corresponding book: The Wave, the classroom experiment that went too far:
(Laurel-Leaf contemporary fiction), by Todd Strasser, (Paperback – Sep 15, 1981), on amazon.

My comment: sure, today our youngsters no more like obedience, and this makes you think this kind of threat is over. But do you get that the overkill of permissibility, as observed ad nauseabond the last 30 -40 years, permits overreactions on the other side? Never heard about yin and yang?

Links:

In german: die Welle on Google Web-search; and on Google Video-search;

Die Welle on the german wikipedia: als Disambiguation, als Roman, als deutscher Kinofilm (2008);

siehe auch: das Milgram-Experiment, und Gruppenzwang;

Video mit gleichem Thema: Die.Welle.DVDSCR-MVCD.mpg, 102.37 min, Nov 10, 2008;

Same video in an East Asian (chinese?) language, 100.35 min.

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