Himself - Host
In the 1930s there was a powerful peace-movement. At that time a play by Viennese poet Stephan Zweig was produced. The play's principal character, Jeremiah, bursts forth with these words: "Peace is not a thing of weakness. It calls for heroism and action. Day by day you must wrest it from the mouths of liars. You must stand against the multitude; for clamor is always on the side of the many, and the liar has ever the first word. The meek must be strong."