In hoc signo vinces.
"It has happened...we hoped the day wouldn't come, but the conditions of special clause '55 have been legally fulfilled.."
"Ja. You know what this means."
"I never thought I would see the day, but...for Deutschland, it is koda Time again isn't it?"
"Call ze staff."
Also (apart from you being wrong, see: Joe) I would totally name a kid literally "Army Man" or similar and smile happily as little Bundeswehr is taking his tentative yet swiftly getting more firm steps towards the east.
An Aldophus would fit right in with a Konstantinus for example and sadly-luckily I forget 99% of the other silly names I hear from time to time.
In the US people are naming their children "Khaleesi". Also, samuel and co are much better then the traditional german (language) names, Karl, Franz, Heinz, Peter, Udo, Ingo, Fritz and so on. They are all dreadful, and the girls names are even worse. Ursula, Gundula, Hildegard, Heike, Anke and so on.
Not that kevin, jacqueline and chantal are much better. (even without the Kevinismus).
It's good that the damage which nazi nomenclature did to everyday language/culture (example: Horst) finally starts to peter out though
All of these names suffer from kevinism, although none as much as kevin and chantal, here with the "proper" german pronunciation.
(stolen from http://baby.gofeminin.de/forum/dscha...assis-fd671219 )