"In 1943, the US government created and distributed an anti-fascism PSA that showed a man grasping the danger of fascist propaganda and hateful rhetoric. At one point he says, "He's talking about me." We do not always learn from history as we learned last week in Charlottesville.

Nowadays, stereotypes like  “wealthy foreigners” or “negroes holding jobs that belong to me and you” empower white supremacist terrorism, not only in the USA but in Europe as well. 

Consider the character’s words that “Prejudice as a practical weapon to cripple the nation” would semantically equal the latin quote “divide et impera” which describes a state where  a nation or a country would rather be divided to the benefit of a third party, or even the ruling government itself.

Credit to US War Department