‘Jojo Rabbit’ director felt shame dressing as Hitler

“Jojo Rabbit” writer-director Taika Waititi says he felt “shame and embarrassment” seeing himself for the first time in costume as Adolf Hitler. In the World War II satire, Waititi plays a boy’s imagined version of the murderous Nazi leader. (Oct. 16)

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Curious visitors flock to Nazi design expo at Dutch Museum | AFP

Visitors are flocking to see a controversial exhibition of designs from Hitler’s Nazi regime, held at a museum in the southern Dutch city of Den Bosch.

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A sail-past and fly-past mark the end of the UK’s official event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the operation that saw the World War Two allies launch an amphibious assault on Hitler’s ‘fortress Europe’. IMAGES

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Near Soissons, a colossal concrete complex houses the only one of Hitler’s 10 bunkers still intact in Europe, a forgotten heritage that still embarrasses local officials.

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Today in History for March 12th

On this day in history: Hitler takes Austria; FDR’s first fireside chat; Gacy convicted; Girl Scouts predecessor founded; Les Miserables opens. (March 12)

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#StopFeminazis or ad gone too far? Campaign against gender violence features Hitler in make-up

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Like Hitler, like Macron? Le Monde apologizes for controversial magazine cover

One of French biggest newspapers has dedicated its latest front page to the anti-government ‘Yellow Vest’ protesters. ‘Le Monde’ made a collage of pictures of President Macron and the demonstrations. Unfortunately though, it reminded some readers of an another notorious image.

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‘Fuehrer’s child’: Photo of Hitler hugging Jewish girl goes on sale in US

An astonishing photo is up for sale in the US, showing what may seem like an illusion: a little Jewish girl gently hugged by… Adolf Hitler. The Nazi leader kept his affinity for the girl even after he learned of her roots. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/9i9r

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‘Migrants out, support for Hitler’: Outrage at group running for election in Sweden

Earlier on Saturday, a party called the Nordic Resistance Movement, held a rally in Sweden. They were met with an opposing crowd objecting to – quote – the Nazis marching in central Stockholm. The leader of the movement has been open in his praise for Hitler.

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CrossTalk Bullhorns: Demonization (Extended Version)

It has become quite fashionable on the political left to call anyone you don’t like a Nazi or Hitler. Why has it come to this? Why all the demonization? After all words have meaning. And much more on this edition of CrossTalk.

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FIFA President Infantino and German Football Association visit WWII memorials

‘We know how important this day is for the Russian people. It was the Soviet Union that suffered the most from the war unleashed by Hitler’s German’ – Reinhard Grindel, President of the German Football Association

FIFA President Gianni Infantino and a delegation from the German Football Association (DFB) laid wreaths and flowers at the Memorials of Military Glory in Volgograd and Sochi, respectively, on Friday.
Infantino laid flowers in Mamaev Kurgan memorial complex in the city of Volgograd, formerly known as Stalingrad. He also left a note in a visitors’ book.
The German delegation laid wreaths and flowers at the Memorial of Glory in Sochi. President of the German Football Association Reinhard Grindel said that it was a “sign of respect and reverence for the memory of the fallen in battles.” He went on to say that the members of the delegation know how “important this day is for the Russian people.”

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North Korean Defector: Kim Jong Un “Is A Terrorist”

The whole world watched as president Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held a summit in Singapore on June 12, 2018. A North Korean defector and human rights activist, Yeonmi Park, shared her opinion on the historic meeting.

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Yeonmi Park: What kind of leader of free world is going to meet a dictator as worse as Hitler saying, “It’s an honor to meet you.”

Yeonmi Park defected from N. Korea at the age of 13. She is now a human rights advocate.

Park:  I think what happened in this summit between Kim Jong Un and Trump, it is unimaginable. It is almost, I feel like, we are living in an alternative reality.

President Trump and N. Korean leader Kim held a historic summit in Singapore on June 12.

Donald Trump: Most importantly, I want to thank Chairman Kim for taking the first bold step toward a bright new future for his people.

Park: What do you mean that you… praise Kim Jong Un for being a tough leader? I mean, you were saying how impressed he ran the concentration camp. Like he said like “I’m impressed how Kim Jong Un did that at the age of 26 when he got the power.” I mean, yeah, he killed his own uncle, he killed his… he poisoned his own brother. When did that thing become a subject of praise?

Trump: Well he is very talented. Anybody that takes over a situation like he did at 26 years of age and is able to run it and run it tough. I don’t say he was nice or say anything about it. He ran it, very few people at that age. You can take 1 out of 10,000 probably couldn’t do it.

Park: Kim Jong Un is not the leader of North Korea. He’s not democratically elected by us. Kim Jong Un is not representing who we are. He got his throne through his father dictator. And he’s a terrorist. He’s terrorizing us.

Trump: His country does love him. His people, you see, the fervor… they have a great fervor. They’re gonna put it together, and I think they’re gonna end up with a very strong country.

Park: People in North Korea don’t love him. If we don’t show our loyalty, we are gonna get killed. And that is not something you should be praising for. You should be crying for North Korean people. And you should try to free these people. So, I think I don’t ever want, even further on from now on, other media or other people joining this Trump side and legitimizing this dictator and empowering him because we have to hold this dictator accountable for the crimes that he’s committing against humanity. And he needs to set his people free from the oppression. So, I think this is another wake-up call for all of us who live in this free world that we cannot praise a dictator who kills people. That is not something that is praiseworthy. That, we need to hold him accountable. And he is a murderer. We should never forget that.

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Remembrance. Rewriting history: Red Army’s role in liberating Europe censored in the West

Today, the whole story of how the Red Army saved Europe from the Nazis is being wiped from Western history books, with Russian soldiers increasingly being portrayed as oppressors and occupiers rather than saviors. Today’s generation is widely under the impression it was the US that won World War II, as that’s what their textbooks generally tell them.

However, not everyone has forgotten the heroism of the Red Army soldiers that stopped Hitler’s war machine in Stalingrad and then pushed it back to Berlin. Some Europeans and members of memorial societies still actively document and maintain the graves of Soviet soldiers and preserve monuments to them

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How Donald Trump Has Changed Since The ’80s

Donald Trump has been a public figure since the ’80s, but that image has been overshadowed by his recent presidency. Tina Brown, author of “The Vanity Fair Diaries,” discusses how much Trump has changed since then.

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Tina Brown: I decided at Vanity Fair to buy an extract of his new book, The Art of the Deal, and I bought it because I love the voice in the book. I thought to myself, this is BS but it’s authentic BS. That was critical thing, I loved his voice. I thought, you know what, I know he’s a con man man but something about the voice is very beguiling.

Brown: Subsequently, about a month or so later, I met him at a party hosted by a big Park Avenue socialite. And each of our dinner partners was kind of ignoring us and so we ended up sort of bouncing back and forth over the heads of the other diners at the dinner party. And he, of course at that point, was very genial. I was the person who had extracted his book and he saw me as a big ally and he would go like, Aye, Tina, what do you think of my cover this week of Newsweek? I mean that’s better than Time, isn’t it? And I’d go, actually I think Time is better than Newsweek. No, I could have had Time. You know it was exactly what he’s like today except at that time he was much more fun and much more genial in a way, and he was just this funny, coarse, crass guy but he had a personality.

Brown: But of course subsequently, as we covered his business failures, which then took over, he became much darker and much more aggressive and much more belligerent. A piece that we ran by Marie Brenner was so kind of critical of him that he was very, very unhappy. I mean Marie Brenner wrote the fact that he had Hitler speeches on his desk. And she wrote about his bankruptcies and so forth, and he was very, very upset about this piece. She was at a party in Manhattan, at a benefit, and she’s sitting there having dinner and she suddenly finds something cold and wet coming down her back. And she looks up and there is Donald Trump, heading off across the room having emptied a glass of white wine down her evening dress.

Brown: That, in a sense, was what Donald Trump became, and it’s really the Trump we see today. Trump is the absolute, sort of, final arch of celebrity culture that we saw beginning in 1984 when he rose to now, when the reality show ethos has just reached its apotheosis, if you like, and he is that person. Really I think a lot of people underestimated how deeply The Apprentice made its mark on the American psyche. I mean there was season after season of that show which huge amounts of people watched. Maybe not the people who write opinion columns, but the people who vote watched that show. And that show was all about presenting Donald Trump as a winning CEO, a decisive guy. A man who could get the difficult decision done. A man who didn’t hesitate while he made his company work. It was, of course, a phony image because it was a reality show, but it was an image that just sealed itself onto the American psyche so that when he runs for president they all say, he’s going to make the country work. And that’s really why he made it through to the Oval Office.

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Bloodiest battle in the history of warfare: Stalingrad at 75

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Jerusalem Holocaust exhibition shows power, danger of pictures

In the heart of Israel’s Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem, pictures glorifying Hitler and dehumanising Jews are displayed alongside harrowing images of Jewish ghettos and the liberation of death camps.

Hidden Treasures: Nazi art trove goes on display for first time at Swiss museum

A collection of works hoarded by one of Hitler’s art dealers has been put on display for the first time.
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A Lot Of White Supremacists Seem To Have An Asian Fetish (HBO)

If you’ve seen footage of the Charlottesville marches, you may have noticed that Chris Cantwell, a white supremacist, has an Asian tattoo on his arm.

This actually isn’t that strange — a lot of White supremacists seem to have an unlikely fetish for all things Asian.

Take Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, who wrote in his manifesto of his “great [respect] for the East Asian races.”

“Even if we were to go extinct they could carry something on,” he wrote, musing later in the same document that Asians “could be great allies of the White race.”

Then there’s former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, who has said that he was “impressed by the Japanese people,” and Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik, who praised South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan for “protecting their monoculture” in his manifesto.

It’s all part of a pattern that appears to go back at least to Hitler. But modern white supremacists are taking their Asian fetish way further than Hitler ever did.

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The famed Olympic torch relay was actually created by the Nazis for propaganda

On August 1, 1936, Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler opened the 11th Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. In doing so, he inaugurated what is now a famed ritual of a lone runner bearing a torch carried from the site of the ancient games in Olympia, Greece into the stadium.

“The sportive, knightly battle awakens the best human characteristics. It doesn’t separate but unites the combatants in understanding and respect. It also helps to connect the countries in the spirit of peace. That’s why the Olympic Flame should never die,” he reportedly said.

If that sounds like PR for the Nazi Party, that’s because it was. The relay “was planned with immense care by the Nazi leadership to project the image of the Third Reich as a modern, economically dynamic state with growing international influence,” according to the BBC. Or, in other words, Hitler wanted the games to impress foreigners visiting Germany.

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