Published 1:18 pm CDT, Wednesday, August 29, 2018 PHOTOS: Hitler references often end bad Former Astros outfielder J.D. Martinez answered for an Instagram post he made featuring a photo of Adolf Hitler. >>>Other celebrities who have drawn criticism for comments made about Hitler... less PHOTOS: Hitler references often end bad Former Astros outfielder J.D. Martinez answered for an Instagram post he made featuring a photo of Adolf Hitler. >>>Other celebrities who have drawn criticism ... more Photo: Instagram/J.D. Martinez Celebrities' controversial remarks about Hitler Hank Williams' Monday Night Football song was pulled from ESPN after he said President Obama's golf outing with John Boehner was "like Hitler playing golf with (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu." Keep clicking to see other strange comments celebrities have made about Adolf Hitler. less … [Read more...] about Former Houston Astros player addresses Adolf Hitler image posted on Instagram five years ago
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State Rep. Tim Leonard, R-Evergreen, has compared women marchers with Hitler’s brownshirts, the Nazi militia members who began the violence against Jews in pre-World War II Germany.Leonard has two Facebook pages, one personal and one for his political office and campaign. A post on the Facebook page he uses to communicate with constituents and supporters refers to a Washington Times article that poked fun at the Women’s March.He posted: “I usually like to avoid national politics, but the insanity and incoherency of the ‘Women’s March’ radicals has to be pitied. They are so angry, they cannot even think straight. They could care less who the Supreme Court nominee is, they resist everything everywhere all the time from this President. Who can even take them seriously? They have nothing to offer to any logical discussion of ideas. They are in the political arena just to cause chaos — like Hitler’s Brownshirts.’Comments in response … [Read more...] about Colorado legislator compares women marchers with Hitler’s brownshirts
Summer has arrived and the Screen Anarchy team is gearing up for another year of international delights delivered to us by the blessed hands of the fine folks at Fantasia International Film Festival. The second wave of titles have just been announced and as is to be expected there is so much cinematic goodness to behold. The festival will open with Daniel Roby's Dans La Brume (Just a Breathe Away), a film about a Paris family trapped by a sea of fog that comes up from underground after an earthquake. On the premiere side Fantasia is hosting the world premieres of The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot, directed by Robert D. Krzykowski, starring Sam Elliott and produced by John Sayles. The festival is also premiering the latest from Miki Satoshi (Adrift in Tokyo and Instanto Numa). His new film Louder! I Can't Hear What You're Singin', Wimp! rivals The Man Who Killed Hitler... for best title of the festival but aims for a feel-good rock film for the ages. If … [Read more...] about Fantasia 2018: Second Wave Kills Hitler Then Bigfoot And Honors Cynthia Rothrock
PUBLISHED: 10:00 26 April 2017 Bridget Galton Holocaust by Bullets at JW3 gives testimony from witnesses to mass Nazi executions Archant The “forgotten Holocaust” against the Roma people is explored in a novel and a forthcoming exhibition Angela Merkel has called the genocide of the Roma by the Nazis “the forgotten Holocaust”. Speaking at the 2012 unveiling of a memorial in Berlin’s Tiergarten marking the death of 220,000-500,000 Roma and Sinti, the German Chancellor hoped it would now receive “the attention it deserved.” Mass executions of Roma and Jews in Ukraine between 1941-1944 is the harrowing subject of a forthcoming exhibition at JW3 in Finchley Road. And Highbury author Sarah Matthias published a novel on April 6 to coincide with International Romani day, about the forbidden relationship between a Hitler Youth member and a Roma girl. A Berlin Love Song follows teenage trapeze artist Lili Petalo whose circus family go into … [Read more...] about The forbidden romance between a Roma girl and Hitler Youth boy
Opinion PUBLISHED: 08:36 06 April 2018 Nick Conrad The London Blitz: It was to escape wartime bombing like this that millions of children were evacuated to the countryside. Picture: PA Archant Does the story of Britain’s wartime evacuee programme conceal a darker side, asks Nick Conrad. Last week I had the pleasure of speaking with Ethel, who was evacuated to Norfolk during the Second World War. Her fascinating story has remained with me since. Hers is a simple tale of relocation, a new caring home and an appreciation for Norfolk which has lasted to this day. She was moved away from her family in Blitz-hit Camberwell. A middle-aged widow cared for the four children in a large house. Sadly, Ethel’s memory of names, details, geography and dates have faded, she confessed that the whole experience was ‘murky’ and hard to recollect. Ethel’s mother survived the Blitz, though neighbouring properties were hit. Ethel’s story is similar to that of … [Read more...] about Did the Blitz conceal another evil?