New film breaks the silence on the Roma Holocaust
'...The #film #documentary, titled Broken Silence, was screened last Wednesday at the London headquarters of Amnesty International, in Shoreditch. In Broken Silence, Galjus goes on a deeply emotional journey through his native Kosovo, Germany and Poland, looking for testimonies and signs of the #Roma #Holocaust and talking to young people...'
The girls, from a Berlin school, spoke on Deutschlandfunk radio about their experience. Four were wearing Muslim headscarves - and say they were abused.
One girl said a man had spat on her in the street in Lublin, as police stood by grinning and did nothing...'
liberals, free speech, nazis, Yanks (Americans🇺🇸), US culture, Holocaust Show more
Even ignoring the recent rise of the alt-right/neo-nazis, I am always skeptical of Americans talking about "free speech" (which alt-right/neo-nazis claim now), because #US #liberals have a long history of literally supporting nazis. In the 1970s, the #ACLU went to the US Supreme Court to support the American #Nazi Party marching through a neighbourhood of #Holocaust survivors.
"Leaked guidelines for moderators also reveal #refugees are not protected by hate speech rules because they are a ‘hot topic’"
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'Shobha Magdolna Friedmann Nehru, a Hungarian Jew who narrowly escaped the #Holocaust, married into India’s leading political family and witnessed religious and ethnic violence convulsing both her native and adopted countries, died on Tuesday at her home in the Himalayan foothills. She was 108.
Her death was confirmed by her son Ashok...'
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