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Days of Art #43: Never Wither

Alfred Eisenstaedt was a German-born Jewish photographer who reached fame for his street shots and work for Life Magazine. (See our series on the… 549 more words

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Exactly What Is The Story About The Australian Budget?

How can Australia be in a ‘budget emergency’ for nigh on the past 20 months and the rhetoric around this has been thrust down our throats daily and today, it’s all fixed? 267 more words


Dr. Goebbels Werwolf Proclamation of 1945

In 1945, as the defensive barriers fell in the east and in the west and the war ground down to its inevitable and horrific conclusion, the true face of the enemy was at last revealed.   572 more words



During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.  — George Orwell

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, the people will eventually come to believe it. 148 more words


Friday, 6th March 2015

‘Never lose sight of the fundamental principle of all propaganda, the constant repetition of the most effective arguments’. So said Joseph Goebbels. With two months to go before the general election, both Labour and the Tories are straining to adhere to that maxim. 25 more words


Music Genius vs. Nazi Ideologie

How the composer Richard Strauss waged his own war against the Nazi’s

“I consider the Goebbels Jew-baiting as a disgrace to German honor, as evidence of incompetence—the basest weapon of untalented, lazy mediocrity against a higher intelligence and greater talent.”  724 more words

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Why is it Always a Zeppelin?

“This is the end of your long journey, Mr. Titan!” laughed the metallic voice of Joseph Goebbels.

The Nazi propaganda chief’s head had been preserved in a translucent jar after World War II, and was now mounted atop a ten foot tall robot robot body arms with a chest laser cannon and shoulder-mounted missile launcher. 1,081 more words

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