Writes Russ Lytton: "Your blog post and linked article rang a vaguely familiar tone. Ah, that's it:
...it makes no difference if one is a street cleaner or a professor, as long as he works for the whole and does his duty.
"This was Rudolf Hess, in 1934, speaking to the German nation in support of an oath of allegiance to him. The word "duty" appears, well, a few times."