Eric Muller translates a Das Bild article with elderly Germans' reminiscences about their happy days in the Hitler Youth. It's stunning stuff, and none more than this piece of work:
I didn't know anybody back then who was against it. Whoever was against it, like an uncle of mine, was immediately arrested.
But this one comes close:
There was absolutely no discrimination among the young people who were members of the Hitler Youth and the anti-aircraft helpers.
One of Eric’s commenters says the second translation is incorrect. He suggests it should be:
“Any kind of discrimination against young people of the time, who were in the HJ or the Anti-Aircraft Auxiliary, is completely misguided.”
which actually makes more sense.