Last month, Coke was forced to pull their #MakeItHappy social media campaign. It was an unexpected (for Coke) situation that could have been avoided if it wasn’t for the fact that the campaign’s algorithm went off the rails with some help from Gawker. 441 more words
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A dark piece of German history will be hitting stores in the country again very soon.
Earlier this week, Germany’s Institute for Contemporary History (IfZ) announced details of its plan to publish the first local German edition of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf since World War II. 238 more words
SCOTT WALKER, THE NEO-NAZI POSTER BOY, IS TRYING TO FOLLOW HITLER’S LEAD ON HIGHER EDUCATION.
Hidden on page 546 of his 1,839-page budget, Wisconsin’s Governor Scott Walker tucked in a crucial idea stripping the mission statement of the University of Wisconsin, from: “THE SEARCH FOR TRUTH” to “MEET THE STATE’S WORKFORCE NEEDS.” The ramifications are far reaching and exactly what Hitler proposed in chapter 9 of Mein Kampf.” 76 more words
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One may dispute certain aspects, figures, whatever of the Holocaust in general (for example, how many folks actually died at a camp or via the Einsatzgruppen), but the general reality of an intentional program to eliminate certain groups in a brutal manner is indisputable.
For the first time since the end of World War II, Hitler’s manifesto, Mein Kampf, will be available for sale in Germany. The 2,000-page edition includes extensive footnotes and historic annotations deemed critical by the German Government to the book being viewed in its appropriate context. 282 more words
As the snow slowly melts here in Georgia, I’m finally turning my attention to books and authors with some links for your Thursday afternoon.
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