94 yr old British Aviator, Winkle Brown, Tells His Story

 

In case you missed it, this is the story of a most amazing man — a well  known, well documented Fleet Air Arm hero and British aviation icon.
As unbelievable  as it may seem this is the true story of his  life.
Hero who makes Biggles look like a wimp: He’s flown more planes than anyone else  in history – and took 2,000 Nazis prisoner single-handed. And now, at 94, he’s  telling his breathtaking story

Against Greek nazis, in Athens and Britain

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This March 2011 video is called Noam Chomsky on Nazi Collaboration in France, Italy, Greece & the Netherlands.

By Dave Sewell:

Tue 15 Jan 2013

We will resist Greek fascists

Anti-fascist protesters were set to fill the streets of Greece’s capital, Athens, on Saturday of this week in an enormous demonstration against Golden Dawn.

This fascist party has rapidly become the third party in Greece, with 18 MPs in parliament and a strong showing in the polls.

Its logo is closely modelled on the Nazi swastika, and its members have led violent attacks on migrant workers and the left.

“There have been many attacks—hundreds of migrant workers have been injured,” Javied Aslam, president of the Union of Immigrant Workers and chair of the Pakistani Community of Greece, told Socialist Worker.

“A few months ago there was so much fear in people,” he said. “But there…

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Human chain blocks Dresden neo-Nazi march on firebombing’s anniversary

Piazza della Carina

Human chain blocks Dresden neo-Nazi march on firebombing’s anniversary

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Over 13,000 anti-Nazi protesters have formed a human chain in the center of Dresden, Germany to block the neo-Nazi march, which assembles annually to mark the anniversary of the allied bombing of the city in 1945, and spread extremist ideology.

­Around three thousand officers are policing the parallel processions. No clashes were reported between the two groups.

Wednesday’s demonstration for the ultra-right marks  the 68th anniversary of the bombing against the civilian population.  The neo-Nazis condemn the allied actions in the final months of World War II and claim the bombings to be war crimes.

Activists that oppose them, say that the neo-nazi march insults the memory of some 25,000 victims that died from the bombs. A number of high-profile politicians including parliamentary deputy president Wolfgang Thierse and Saxony’s state premier Stalislaw Tillich took part in the human…

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