German for "Over All" or "Over Everything"
Deutschland Uber Alles
(Germany Over All - Nazi Slogan from WWII era)
by ?M冿 May 7, 2005
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From Dead Kennedy's "Claifornia Uber Alles"
An Uber Alle is a little shit who thinks they are better than every one else.
Look at those fucking uber alles bullying that kid.
by Schnauzer April 12, 2005
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To add to the definition above, the song title is an allusion to Nazi Germany's WWII slogan, "Deutschland Uber Alles"--"Germany Over Everything." So California Uber Alles translates into "California Over Everything"
Close your eyes, can't happen here
Big Bro' on white horse is near
The hippies won't come back you say
Mellow out or you will pay

California! Uber alles!
Uber alles! California!

Now It Is 1984....
by Katsu May 14, 2005
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A song by the dead kennedys that lampoons the left wing fascism of former California governor Jerry Brown, now mayor of Oakland.

Evolved into a general term of distain for California liberalism that claims to be based in tolerance, but is really just trying to reeducate the populace to their way of thinking.

Likely to come to a temporary end with the election of the governator.
Its the suede and denim secret police, coming to take away your uncool niece...
California Uber Alles!
by Lou Stenspayce December 25, 2003
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Mentality Over Everything.” The saying has German origins.
In chess, remember, Mentalis Uber Alles.
by Swinfough August 25, 2021
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