The administration of the colonies of the Wuxi China Expatdom by Minister and Archduke Harry Moore has been described as even-handed, wise, kind, loving, decent, gentle and humane by all observers.
But when celebrations of Hitler’s Birthday were planned by Suzhou Expats on April 20th, the Archduke displayed a steel and iron firmness that seemed in contradistinction to his normally sunny warm and optimistic demeanor.
With a iron resolve borne of a righteous and proper indignation, Wuxi China Expatdom Minister of Colonies and Archduke Moore decreed that no celebrations of Hitler’s birthday would be permitted anywhere in the colonies of the Wuxi China Exaptdom and that particular attention would be given to the Suzhou China Expatdom which is a known hotbed of Hitler admiration. "I have requested and received the support of Chief Inspector Harry Callahan, Officer McNulty, General Colonel Harlan Sanders, Admiral Lloyd Bridges, Air Marshall Gregory Peck and Wuxi China Expatdom International Expeditionary Force Commander Karl Malden in my campaign to rid the Suzhou China Expatdom of Hitler sympathizers!" said Moore to a hushed and concerned group of media at a press conference held in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of Gambay’s Pub in the 1912 Bar District of Wuxi, China. "I expect Officer McNulty will deal his personal and eccentric brand of roughhouse he-man righteous justice to every Hitler sympathizer that is apprehended!"