What Nazism Can Teach Us About the World's Forthcoming Revolutions

We are on the threshold of advances that could transform humanity. The mechanisms of oppression and destruction will also gain from this

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Amit Varshizky
Amit Varshizky

We didn’t need the dumb statement recently made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to become aware, once again, that the memory of the Holocaust can be twisted for political purposes, that historical trauma is mobilized in the struggle for narrative and collective memory. But it’s the increasing politicization of the Holocaust and its cynical use by vested interests that forces us to broaden our horizon and examine history not only from the singular Jewish perspective but from a universal one.

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