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Satire: Ex-Fuhrer Supports Extended School Hours

Press Release
National Socialist Party of Greater New Zealand

The Ministerial Taskforce report calling for the extension of school hours to promote sport and fitness has gained support from the likeliest of quarters.

"Infinitely more time in school should be available for physical training," writes Adolf Hitler in Mein Kampf. "Not a day should go by when a young man doesn't have one hour of physical training in the morning and one in the afternoon."

The National Socialist Party's Sport, Fitness and Leisure spokesman wholeheartedly endorses the ex-Fuhrer's call. "Some people seem to think that the education system is there to teach reading and writing, but what use is a clever weakling?" he asks. "It doesn't bother me that students currently leave the school system with minimal linguistic and mathematical abilities, but let's make sure that at least they are fit and strong - for the good of the nation."

He adds, "There's no point teaching rubbish like science that children won't remember, when the breeding quality of the nation's people is at stake."


For further information please contact:

A. Hitler
'Strength Through Joy' Coordinator
Eagle's Nest

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