Quotes / A Nazi by Any Other Name

"Theyíve turned the Mirror Universe into a downbeat tale about a minority being oppressed and enslaved, as if Deep Space Nine didnít already have enough Nazi allusions in its first two seasons."
The Agony Booth on "Crossover"

"But all this stuff is just stupid. I can deal with stupid. I donít see anything really offensively stupi-oh shit they made the rats Nazis. Yup, they went there. The major conflict in this movie is the Rat King wiping out toys in his own concentration camps. I am not kidding. There is a toy concentration camp, where toys are being thrown into ovens. You canít tell because of dry text but I seriously had to pause after typing that to marvel at the idiocy of that. Even Jerry Lewis had a last minute call of common sense to get him to realize The Day the Clown Cried was probably a bad idea."

Henry van Statten: There must be something it needs, everything needs something.
The Doctor: What's the nearest town?
Henry van Statten: Salt Lake City.
The Doctor: Population?
Henry van Statten: One million.
The Doctor: All dead. If the Dalek gets out, it will murder every living creature. That's all that it needs.
Henry van Statten: But why would it do that!?
The Doctor: Because it honestly believes they should die. Human beings are different, and anything different is wrong. It's the ultimate in racial cleansing, and you, van Statten, YOU'VE LET IT LOOSE!
Doctor Who, "Dalek"note 

(sobbing) Labour camps... That's what they called them last time...
Wilf, as he watches an army truck full of foreigners drive off to a "labour camp", Doctor Who, "Turn Left"

Ward: I'm not a Nazi!
Skye: Yes you are! That is exactly what you are! It's in the S.H.I.E.L.D. handbook, chapter 1! The Red Skull, founder of HYDRA, was a big, fat, freaking Nazi!

"Always with the Nazi thing."
Random HYDRA mook, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Kid: HYDRA are really Nazis?
Simmons: Every single one of them. And don't you ever let anybody forget it.

"In terms of phrases you never want to hear, ['far-right election victories in Europe'] is right up there with 'it's malignant' and 'we're losing cabin pressure.' Because, lest we forget, when Europe goes far-right, they go far right through Belgium!"