the culture’s return toward the acceptance and widespread use of racial epithets
The heroes of some may just be for others another Hitler…
It’s all a question of point of views. The enemy of one nation might not be the same for other nations. The heroes of some may just be for others another Hitler. A nice article published on the bbc.co.uk gives us a nice picture of the dilemma. Official history of some may just be another form of revisionism:
A report published in the French news paper « le 20minutes » revealed yesterday that more than 50% of French people were opposed to ethnic statistics. The research was carried out by organisation such as CSA-UEJF-SOS Racisme
… when symbols of Australian nationalism come together with a diversity of backgrounds and religions, the situation still is, four years after the Cronulla riots, very volatile.
The claims are still the same. Guadeloupians are claiming better living conditions through salary increase; but more importantly, they are claiming for an end to the colonial system still existing in the island
…. leaving behind the nightmares of another holocaust, with the former victims being the new executioner and torturer.
Unlike the true Obama the one presented by his people as Obama junior is far from being accepted and recognised by the same European nations that recognise the wealth and corruption accounting for the poverty of the people and the wealth of the elites in Guinea.
Hakim Ajimi’s death under arrest: On-coming conviction of two French policemen
“what we have been witnessing so far from the elites is just nice speeches and discourses empty of any bill such as those adopted in order to fight against anti-Semitism and revisionism in France”.
Georgia, also within the former Soviet empire, is the newest horizon of expansion of the military profiteers.