Download PDF by Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell: 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read

By Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell

ISBN-10: 1616082267

ISBN-13: 9781616082260

There’s the liberty of knowledge Act, after which there’s Ventura’s way.
The legitimate spin on quite a few govt courses is flat-out bullshit, in response to Jesse Ventura. during this excellent number of genuine govt files, Ventura, the last word non- partisan truth-seeker, proves it past any doubt. He and Dick Russell stroll readers via sixty three of the main incriminating courses to bare what particularly occurs at the back of the closed doorways. In addition to supplying unique executive information, Ventura discusses what it particularly ability and the way common american citizens can cease felony habit on the best degrees of presidency and within the media. between the circumstances mentioned:

     • The CIA’s top-secret software to regulate human habit
     • Operation Northwoods—the army plan to hijack airplanes and blame it on Cuban terrorists
     • the invention of a mystery Afghan archive—information that by no means left the boardroom
     • probably lethal healthcare cover-ups, together with a dengue fever outbreak
     • What the dep. of safeguard is familiar with approximately our nutrition supply—but is preserving mum

even supposing those records are actually within the public area, the powers that be could simply as quickly they remain lower than wraps. Ventura’s learn and statement sheds new mild on what they’re now not telling you—and why it concerns.

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It is necessary also that the older members of the group should not neglect to transmit these representations to the younger members of the group (Connerton 1989: 38). If memory is not shared, generational communities of memory feel no common link and are mentally and emotionally distanced (Connerton 1989: 3). The Third Reich generation frequently omitted to transmit their memories of Nazism to their children, whether because they were unwilling or ashamed to tell the truth or had repressed the past in favour of the comforting stability of the Federal Republic.

Nolte challenged the notion of the Holocaust as a unique event by tracing a link between the Bolshevik threat and the Nazi genocide, asserting that the Holocaust was a reaction against the 'Asiatic' deeds of the Soviet Union, that is, the murder of millions during the Stalin regime. He presented a revisionist view of history, but also a political agenda, in implying that the contemporary Cold War enemy in the East was also the original source of genocide in the twentieth century. The opposing view was represented by Jurgen Habermas (1986a and 1986b).

The question remains as to whether the Holocaust can or should be used as a didactic means to transmit universal values or seen in particularist terms as the experience of Jewish suffering, or whether it is possible to find a balance between these two narratives. The following section will illustrate various manifestations of the globalisation of the Holocaust: first, the Americanisation of German memory; second, the Stockholm international conference on the Holocaust as the institutionalisation of a global narrative; third, the nationalisation of a global narrative by the UK Holocaust Memorial Day; fourth, the intellectualisation of memory in the David Irving case; and finally Anne Frank as the globalisation of individual memory.

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