Monday, July 30, 2018

Publisher collaborating with Hitler's Nazi regime finances Antifa and left-wing radical protest in the German town of Kandel

The alliance "Kandel vs. Political Right-wing" officially cooperates with Antifa and is now financially and ideally supported by the Bertelsmann Foundation. The new organization is  politically to the left of the left "We are Kandel", who has taken to the streets since the murder of a "refugee" at the 15-year-old Mia to demonstrate absurdly against the danger of political right. The daily Rheinpfalz reports that this new alliance has now been "selected by the ViRaL action fund from among 180 applicants with 9 others" and is "supported" in its project. Behind the Action Fund "Strengthen Diversity, Fight Racism, Engage Locally!" (ViRaL) is funded by the Bertelsmann Foundation, among others. Citizens For Europe" is also one of them.

German media giant Bertelsmann has finally admitted it collaborated with Hitler's Nazi regime and made large profits by selling millions of anti-Semitic books and using Jewish slave labour. The exposure comes following the setting up of the Independent Historical Commission by Bertelsmann to investigate its Nazi past. The commission found that the previous claims by Bertelsmann, that it was merely a victim of the Nazis, is a lie. The media group had claimed that the Nazis tried to close it down, but according to the commission it was only threatened with closure because it might have been engaged with snuffing out the competition and not because of any qualms about Nazi murder, torture or the death camps. The commission was set up in 1999 following Bertelsmann's acquisition of US publishing giant Random House in 1998 and allegations about its Nazi past. Bertelsmann is just the latest German firm to face questions about its Nazi era past. Recently, Deutsche Bank, Volkswagen and DaimlerChrysler have all been in the spotlight.The media firm's success under the Nazis paved the way for it to become a major player in the post-war era. The company benefited under Hitler's regime, winning large publishing contracts supplying books to the Nazi German army during the Second World War.According to the report: "In 1945, the legend that C. Bertelsmann was closed down because of resistance to the Nazis smoothed the way for the occupation authorities, promptly granting the firm a new licence to publish." In response to the report, Bertelsmann issued a statement expressing regret for its Nazi-era business and for later "inaccuracies" in its corporate history. IHC chairman Saul Friedlaender said: "Bertelsmann published a variety of papers and books that clearly had anti-Jewish bias." This books included propaganda as 'The Christmas Book of the Hitler Youth' and a long-running 'Exciting Stories' series, which were supplied to German soldiers and included anti-Semitic stereotypes and rants against the Jews. Damagingly, the commission found that Heinrich Mohn, Bertelmann's chief under Hitler, donated to the SS, whose units were among German's most barbarous, as well as being used to run concentration camps.The commission also revealed that Bertelsmann used Jewish slave labour in printing processes in Riga, Latvia, and possibly in Lithuania.

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