STU: There was a party in the United States, very small party that was the -- I think it was called the green Nazi or the Nazi green party, and they were a combination of Nazi beliefs and environmentalists beliefs. That's a solid --
PAT: Is there any difference between the environmentalists and the --
GLENN: Can I tell you. Hang on a second. That is not so strange. You know who would have been the biggest PETA supporter in the world would have been Adolf Hitler.
STU: Hitler's belief of living space was an environmental issue. The fact it was about him wanting to have more space because he was worried about the concerns of overpopulation.
STU: He was concerned about having enough land to make food to live. He needed living space because he was essentially environmentalist on this issue, which was hilarious in a bizarre way.
GLENN: Jeez. And what's so strange is he loved animals more than he loved people. He would --
STU: Oh, yeah.
GLENN: Very heavy crime and penalty if you hurt an animal in Germany. But kill a Jew? Kill a person that was against the state? No problem. What? You have five minutes? Kill as many as you want. But animals, no. And how much do we see of that mentality still in the world today?