In 1932 a journalist named Fritz Gerlich took over a popular weekly paper in Germany and renamed it the Der Gerade Weg???the Straight Path. His work over the next two years called out the rise of Hilter in Germany. His thesis was simple: National Socialism???the Nazi party???would bring about ?Enmity with neighbouring nations, tyranny internally, civil war, world war, lies, hatred, fratricide and boundless want.?
A year later, after the Nazi rise to power, police arrested Gerlich and sent him to Dachau. They murdered him on June 30, 1934. His widow received his ashes a few days later.
Many have died telling the truth.
And far more have killed in the service of lies.