Thursday, January 7, 2010
In this clip from the 2008 film “The Soviet Story”, we see that George Bernard Shaw, the celebrated progressive playwright defended Hitler, advocated killing those who can’t justify their existence and called for the development of lethal gas 10 years before the national socialists in Germany did exactly that.
[efoods]George Bernard Shaw was one of the left’s most revered figures and the only person besides Al Gore to win both an Oscar and a Nobel prize.
Here, Fabian Socialist George Bernard Shaw Praises Italian Dictator Mussolini, immitating his ‘intimidating’ disposition, as well as his salute, while assuring viewers that the man is quite "amiable" and ‘kindly.’
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