„El Duce: You know I believe in peaceful rape. You know when the broad passes out… drugs… that's… I see the green light go on. It's time to make whoopy, baby, yeah!“

—  Эль Дуче, El Duce, The Man, The Myth, The Video (1993) by Reverend Cuntbag
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