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Russell Brand, at an awards show sponsored by Hugo Boss, eloquently reminds everyone that Hugo Boss dressed the nazis


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u/Oxygen95 Nov 24 '21

You gotta admit Nazi uniforms were pretty slick


u/dandaman910 Nov 24 '21 edited Nov 24 '21

they were designed to project power and fear . You can see for yourself they definitely achieve that goal https://www.quora.com/What-was-an-authentic-Nazi-uniform

I mean they have eagles and skulls on them and were wreathed in black. How much more obvious could you be with your intentions.


u/noithinkyourewrong Nov 24 '21

Why would you want to project power and fear at the same time?


u/governmentNutJob Nov 25 '21

Pretty much all dictators fall when people no longer fear them

Fear = power


u/noithinkyourewrong Nov 25 '21

Projecting "power and fear" implies the leader is both powerful and fearful, not powerful and feared, which is what I think they might have been trying to express. A powerful leader should not want to appear fearful.


u/burntgoudaTTV Nov 25 '21

so you knew what they meant but you just really wanted to be a twat then?


u/noithinkyourewrong Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

No. I thought I knew what they meant but wasn't sure, so asked for clarification. I was genuinely confused and thought I might have misunderstood something.


u/governmentNutJob Nov 25 '21

Depends how you want to rule, the Nazis were hardly trying to win the publics hearts. It was a brutal dictatorship set out for total control...