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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Latoya Peterson tagged Nazi

"When and how geographic boundaries became so foundational in forming personal identities I am not entirely sure, but what I do know is that our current digital age is allowing for borders to crumble, as people in the world become more aware of each other. The fact that some Mongolians post right-wing propaganda videos on YouTube also means that some Mongolians have access via the Internet to a bigger picture, and, as a matter of course, to a greater perspective of the planet as a whole. This is one major difference between the context of the emerging pseudo-Nazism in Mongolia (as well as of other nations with burgeoning hyper-nationalist factions) and that of Nazi Germany. Now, collectively, we are more informed, and with enough concern for our fellow human beings, we may avoid repeating some of the deadly mistakes of the past."

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"'Oh, wow,' said the museum superintendent as he happened by. 'That's a swastika quilt.'

"Stull, 55, did a double take. Arranged across the quilt in shades of red, pink and beige were 27 swastikas. Her reaction was immediate and visceral. She saw an emblem of hate. 'That's what my generation sees,' she said.

"So began an unlikely dilemma for the small museum in a city named for Horace Greeley, the New York newspaperman who famously cajoled all to 'Go West.'

"Could they display the quilt? Should they?"

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Thanks Justin! "The Death's Head symbol was worn by the members of the German Nazi SS. The Totenkopf on the Wal-Mart t-shirt looks very similar to the divisional insignia of the 3rd SS Division Totenkopf. As you can see, It's almost an exact copy..."

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