Tag Archives: Nazi Germany

Speer Goes to Hollywood: A wake-up call about the danger of trivialising Nazi crimes

“The title of Vanessa Lapa’s documentary, Speer Goes to Hollywood, and its tagline, “The Unbelievable Second Career of the Good Nazi,” are enough to stop one in one’s tracks.”

Snowden Explains How the Deep State Influences Presidents

And this gets to the central crux of your question, which is: can any president oppose this? The answer is certainly.

Chris Hedges | We Must Understand Corporate Power to Fight It

There is no more will to reform, or to accommodate the needs and rights of the citizens by the corporate state, than there was to accommodate the needs and rights of Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland. But until the last moment, this reality will be hidden behind the empty rhetoric of democracy and reform.

Philip Farruggio: Rollerball Amerika 2015

Cassius had said it most succinctly: “The fault dear Brutus is not in our stars but in ourselves.” By Philip Farruggio | NationofChange | Blog Post  February 4, 2015 You must see or revisit Norman Jewison’s 1975 film Rollerball starring James Caan as superstar player Jonathan E. In it, we see a world is no longer […]

Diana Johnstone: To Understand or Not to Understand Putin

That’s the Question… By DIANA JOHNSTONE  Counterpunch.org  May 8, 2014 Paris. In Germany these days, very many citizens object to the endless Russia-bashing of the NATO-oriented mainstream media.  They may point out that the U.S.-backed regime change in Kiev, putting in power an ultra-right transitional government eager to join NATO, posed an urgent threat to preservation […]

Noam Chomsky Compares Right-Wing Media to Nazi Germany

 ForaTv Uploaded on Oct 14, 2009 Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/10/06/Noam_Chomsk… Linguist Noam Chomsky expresses concern that American listeners are consuming the “crazy content” broadcast by right-wing media outlets as “substantive” — answers to why the rich liberals running the country do not care about people in the flyover states. What comes to mind, Chomsky says, is late […]

The Tragedy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hans von Dohnanyi

The Tragedy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hans von Dohnanyi To oppose such a [the Nazi] regime was rare, and to do so in order to protect the sanctity of law and faith was rarer still. We are concerned here with two exceptional men who from the start of the Third Reich opposed the Nazi outrages: […]

Morris Berman> Slouching Towards Nuremberg

Slouching Towards Nuremberg by Morris Berman    May 9, 2012    Dark Ages America Strange things are happening in the United States these days, and every day seems to bring additional scary news.  The similarity to the erosion of civil liberties in Germany during the 1930s is a bit too close for comfort. Many will regard […]