‘Imperial hegemony & neo-Nazism’ | Moscow slams France over calls to reject Russian vaccine

RT published this video item, entitled “‘Imperial hegemony & neo-Nazism’ | Moscow slams France over calls to reject Russian vaccine” – below is their description. Calls from a French minister not to register the Russian and Chinese Covid-19 vaccines in the EU are “unacceptable” and “neo-Nazism.” That’s according to the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, who … Read more ‘Imperial hegemony & neo-Nazism’ | Moscow slams France over calls to reject Russian vaccine

French publisher releases new Mein Kampf edition to ‘confront’ Nazism

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “French publisher releases new Mein Kampf edition to ‘confront’ Nazism” – below is their description. French publisher Fayard releases a new translation of Mein Kampf on Wednesday after years of delay due to the controversy over publishing Adolf Hitler’s racist, anti-Semitic screed. But historians behind the project say it will perform a valuable … Read more French publisher releases new Mein Kampf edition to ‘confront’ Nazism

Combating Islamophobia – “Diversity is a richness, not a threat” – UN Chief on the Int’l Day

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Combating Islamophobia – “Diversity is a richness, not a threat” – UN Chief on the Int’l Day” – below is their description. Opening remarks by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, on the High-level Event in Commemoration of the International Day to Combat Islamophobia. “I thank the … Read more Combating Islamophobia – “Diversity is a richness, not a threat” – UN Chief on the Int’l Day

France remembers President de Gaulle, 50 years on

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “France remembers President de Gaulle, 50 years on” – below is their description. France is commemorating 50 years since the death of iconic leader Charles de Gaulle, who stood up to Nazism, and rewrote the country’s constitution. Every year, 100,000 people visit the cemetery in Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises where … Read more France remembers President de Gaulle, 50 years on

Visiting Berlin’s museum of disgraced monuments

From Nazism to Lenin, a museum in Berlin displays statues and monuments from the darkest chapters of the country’s history. A racist statue from the 1920s, decapitated only last week, is soon to be included. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our website: … Read more Visiting Berlin’s museum of disgraced monuments

Social Distancing in Place During Russia’s 75th WW2 Victory Parade

Social distancing and other measures are in place during Russia’s WWII Victory Parade, which had been postponed due to coronavirus. President Vladimir Putin put Russia’s military strength on display Wednesday in a parade to mark the 75th anniversary of the World War II defeat of Nazi Germany, braving the coronavirus pandemic ahead of a referendum that may allow him … Read more Social Distancing in Place During Russia’s 75th WW2 Victory Parade

America trying to ‘rule the world’, says Russian spy chief – BBC News

The head of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service has told the BBC that America has been trying to “rule the world” and this could lead to “disaster”. In an exclusive interview, Sergei Naryshkin also said that Russia doesn’t trust what the British government says about the Salisbury poisonings. Russia’s spy chief, who was talking to the … Read more America trying to ‘rule the world’, says Russian spy chief – BBC News

Vikings vs Neo-Nazis: Battling the Far Right in Sweden | Witness

Across Sweden, young Viking enthusiasts have been angered by the actions of some far-right organisations who have adopted Viking iconography to represent white supremacist propaganda. One, in particular, is the Nordic Resistance Movement, known as the NRM. Viking enthusiast Robin Lundin is the co-founder of an association called Vikingar Mot Rasism (Vikings Against Racism, or … Read more Vikings vs Neo-Nazis: Battling the Far Right in Sweden | Witness

‘La Dictatrice’: Is the nightmare future… female?

Are women as capable of men of implementing institutionalised cruelty? And what does it take for society’s values to crumble in the face of a charismatic leader promising easy solutions? We sit down with historian and author Diane Ducret to discuss her latest book, “La Dictatrice”. Drawing direct parallels between modern-day Europe and the rise … Read more ‘La Dictatrice’: Is the nightmare future… female?

Visual Representations of the Holocaust and Religion

Representations of the Holocaust have been debated for a long time, almost since the end of World War II in 1945. For some representations per se are problematic, because they aestheticise a horrible subject, because they try to convey experiences which are deemed uncommunicable, because they appropriate other people’s experiences, because they are voyeuristic of … Read more Visual Representations of the Holocaust and Religion

Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest 1944: An Atmosphere of Rescue – Robert Rozett

When Raoul Wallenberg arrived in Hungary in July 1944 a joint diplomatic and local Jewish effort to aid the persecuted Jews in Hungary was already underway. From early in the war, and more intensively from 1942 onward, activist Hungarian Jews aided their co-religionists seeking refuge in Hungary, which until 1944 was a relatively safe haven. … Read more Raoul Wallenberg in Budapest 1944: An Atmosphere of Rescue – Robert Rozett

New Documentary Explores Hitler’s Plans to Topple New York’s Skyscrapers

As the ten year anniversary of the September 11th attacks on New York looms, the UK premiere of a National Geographic documentary explores how Hitler’s Third Reich made elaborate plans to topple the skyscrapers of New York, ultimately settling on a suicide flight mission. Efforts to design a plane capable of crossing the Atlantic saw … Read more New Documentary Explores Hitler’s Plans to Topple New York’s Skyscrapers

The Importance of Raoul Wallenberg – A Swedish Human Rights Hero

“One man can make a difference.” No one is so strong – for good or evil as a man with a goal and a conviction. This is written in the aftermath of the monstrous terrorist murder in Norway. These murders, committed through evil conviction, ended or changed the lives of hundreds of people. “One man … Read more The Importance of Raoul Wallenberg – A Swedish Human Rights Hero