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    Physical Theatre Performance.

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    • Teenage Witness - The Fanya Heller Story- Condensed Version

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      Teenage Witness- The Fanya Heller Story is a documentary narrated by Richard Gere that portrays the amazing story of survival of a 15 year old Jewish teen in the Ukraine during the holocaust. Her mission to tell of the atrocities that took place and help promote understanding makes this film riveting and an importantant educational tool. This version was edited by Steve Fox of Fox Video Productions for presentation at the Teaneck, NJ Holcaust commemoration on May 2, 2011.

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      • The Art of Survival - part 1 of interview with Charles Pierce, holocaust survivor

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        Part 1 of interview with Charles Pierce, holocaust survivor, and Cindy Piester of Pulse TV. Discuss the rise of anti-Semitism in Poland and Charles’ experiences during six years in various Nazi concentration camps. Filmed in Camarillo, CA on May 4, 2011.

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        • Glenn Beck - The revolutionary holocaust: Live free...Or Die. Nazi Segment debunked. Pt5 (Final)

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          [02:27] Pact: http://www.lituanus.org/1989/89_1_03.htm [06:39] US deliveries to the USSR Include the following Aircraft 14,795 Tanks 7,056 Jeeps 51,503 Trucks 375,883 Motorcycles 35,170 Tractors 8,071 Guns 8,218 Machine guns 131,633 Explosives 345,735 tons Building equipment valued $10,910,000 Railroad freight cars 11,155 Locomotives 1,981 Cargo ships 90 Submarine hunters 105 Torpedo boats 197 Ship engines 7,784 Food supplies 4,478,000 tons Machines and equipment $1,078,965,000 Non-ferrous metals 802,000 tons Petroleum products 2,670,000 tons Chemicals 842,000 tons Cotton 106,893,000 tons Leather 49,860 tons Tires 3,786,000 Army boots 15,417,001 pairs Leo T. Crowley, "Lend Lease" in Walter Yust, ed. 10 Eventful Years (1947) [12:01] http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/volumes/5C/351 Scroll down to 996 [16:03] Newspaper article http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1977&dat=19411121&id=h2oiAAAAIBAJ&sjid=WKsFAAAAIBAJ&pg=1156,1989033 [21:55] http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/181144/Revolutions-of-1848 [29:14] http://www.capitalpunishmentuk.org/gascham.html

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          • RTN interview: Ilya Levkov and Abel Raskas - June 1, 2011

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            Interview on the RTN program "Osoboye Mneniye" with Ilya Levkov and Abel Raskas, hosted by Alexander Grant aired June 1, 2011. All Abel Raskas needed to succeed in his life he learned in circus: walk on the rope, dance on his hands, juggle people and other unbelievable feats and lastly outdrink the last man in any bar... His book: "Notes of a Joyful Sinner" is a great testament to human ability to adapt, survive and flourish. It is a pleasant page turner that will elevate your spirit. Интервью с автором "Записки веселого грешника" Абелем Раскасом, издателем "Либерти" Ильей Левковым в программе "Особое мнение" на канале РТН, ведущий Александр Грант, 1-го июня, 2011. Все что потребовалось Абелю Раскасу преуспеть в его жизни он научился на первом курсе московского циркового училища: ходьба по канату, танцевать стильный джаз на руках и жонглирование талантливых людей с его невероятными проектами на трех континентах. Диплом инженера кибернетики был лишь фиговым листком в его делах и приключениях. Книга Абеля Раскас это глоток свежего воздуха в мемуарной литературе. Follow this link to watch the Book Launch event of Mr. Raskas's book: https://vimeo.com/24738533

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            • Glenn Beck - The revolutionary holocaust: Live free...Or Die. Nazi Segment debunked. Pt4

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              And a note about the music, The track used is NOT the well known Red Army piece "Pa dolinam i pa vsgorjam" though it may sound like it, But instead i used a perhaps lesser known White army Piece known as "The Tsarist Army Marches" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aPqbTjorgQ Here is the aforemenioned red army piece... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bixk9_-mRxo And here are both tracks together. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEmPaTc589M Do the similarities between the pieces of music Prove that the Red army had a similar ideology to the White Army? No it doesn't. Do similar Posters (or rather 'plagiarism' because that's more likely what's going on here) Prove anything? Again, No it doesn't. And that really is my point here.

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              • Glenn Beck - The revolutionary holocaust: Live free...Or Die. Nazi Segment debunked. Pt3

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                [19:28] http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1854/revolutionary-spain/index.htm [24:08 - 26:40] http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/marx/#2.1 [29:08] http://www.wehavephotoshop.com/PHILOSOPHY%20NOW/PHILOSOPHY/Marx/Bauer%20And%20Marx%20On%20Jewish%20Emancipation.pdf [29:20] Whilst we are Talking about Marx's position on Black peoples, It's worth reminding Goldberg that he did support the abolition of slavery and in fact he sent a letter to Lincoln stating... "We congratulate the American people upon your re-election by a large majority. If resistance to the Slave Power was the reserved watchword of your first election, the triumphant war cry of your re-election is Death to Slavery." - http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/iwma/documents/1864/lincoln-letter.htm So while yes it is true that Marx and Engels were racist to some extent (But clearly not racist enough to support slavery), so were most people in the 19th century. It was, like i said "sadly a 'Social norm' back then' [29:40] Churchill Quotes http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/2002/nov/28/features11.g21 And he was Still racist, even After WW2. http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2007/aug/06/past.politics http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/aug/05/race.past "Someone once asked Churchill if he had seen the film Carmen Jones, which starred Dorothy Dandridge. Winston replied that he didn't like blackamoors and had walked out early in the proceedings." "When he was told that there was a very high mortality among Negroes from measels he growled 'Well there are plenty left. They've a high rate of production'". "Churchill was irritated by Harold Macmillan's 1960 'Wind of Change' speech. 'Harold should not have gone to Africa encouraging the black men.'" according to this... http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=LLoDAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA27&lpg=PA27&dq=churchill+winston+blackamoors+dandridge&source=bl&ots=QVbCIL6q8a&sig=FXQf7rw0j1ExXJZH4jQvGvFQ_uA&hl=en&ei=bt3eSqPdB4mq4Qb7y90Y&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CAsQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=churchill%20winston%20blackamoors%20dandridge&f=false [33:45] "from the early 1920's Radical conservatives assembled popular support by demanding an expansion of Germany's Lebensraum" From http://www.jstor.org/stable/1429483

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                • Glenn Beck - The revolutionary holocaust: Live free...Or Die. Nazi Segment debunked. Pt2

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                  [10:56] "The SA was a vast organization and, by the early 1930s, on occasion actually outnumbered the NSDAP's membership. Due to its function the SA was different in many key ways from its parent. It was overwhelmingly composed of young men. Four fifths of its members were under 29 years of age. the biggest single group (41%) being aged 20 to 24. Further, although precise figures are lacking, the bulk of the SA were unemployed, the proportion nearing 70%. Part of its attraction for the young unemployed, many of whom failed to qualify for any unemployment benefits, was its provision of soup kitchens, clothing (Uniforms and boots) and hostels. In 1932 its units were described as being 'composed solely of the unemployed'. For these men in particular, the creation of SA hostels was especially fortuitous. For many, these hostels became a real home. In term of social composition the SA was quite different to the NSDAP. Its paramilitary character meant that many of its leaders were noble ex-officers clearly distinguishable by the 'von' in their names; from the overall chief (Until his replacement by Rohm), captain von Pfeffer, to the deputy leaders respectively for the west, central and south Germany - von Ulrich, von Killinger, von Obernitz. Its leading ranks also included the Kaiser's son Prince August-Willhelm, Prince Friedrich-Christian of Schaumbeurg-Lippe, Prince Philipp of Hesse, Duke Euard of Saxe-Coburg - and the list goes on. Among the lower ranks the situation was reversed, the presence of workers being far more significant than in the NSDAP itself. To a certain extent the character of the SA can be explained by the circumstances of the time and its role. Unemployment affected manual workers more than other sectors, and many SA unemployed were attracted by the food warmth and a roof. So the SA was more working class in composition than the NSDAP. If the general argument about the Nazis being an all-class movement were correct, then we would not expect social distinctions between the two. In fact there were a multitude of differences which culminated in the bloody slaughter of the SA leadership by Hitler's henchmen in the 'Night of the Long Knives' of 1934. FIRST OF ALL, FEWER THAN HALF OF THE STORMTROOPERS ACTUALLY BELONGED TO THE NAZI PARTY. [Emphasis added.] This suggests a lack of commitment to the party's aims and outlook. Secondly the SA's ideology was rather different than that of the parent body. In some sense it is a mistake to dignify the ragbag of ideas circulating in the SA with any term ideology. If there was a greater emphasis on socialism it amounted to little more than: 'A series of passionate, radical, and often pugilistic remarks by various leaders on the necessity of smashing Marxism, the republic and the Jews and of creating some sort of ill defined egalitarian volksgemeinshaft. It was a force designed to capture and dominate the streets. Ideology mattered little in these circumstances, and the socialism it is supposed to have possessed amounted to little more than the ability to organize soup kitchens, shelter, and clothing for sections of the working class unemployed.' ... The SA was, in a sense, the exception that proved the rule of Nazism's class character." - Donny Gluckstein, "The Nazis, Capitalism and the Working Class.", p91-92. [12:16 - onwards] http://www.jstor.org/stable/260642 - On the Side, Here's An article worth reading on how the nazi dictatorship functioned itself http://www.jstor.org/pss/20081474

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                  • Glenn Beck - The revolutionary holocaust: Live free...Or Die. Nazi Segment debunked. Pt1

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                    Some Notes, Unfortunately, The description box is finite, so not everything can be covered here. [1:15] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bE6mft9TnLc [4:24 - 36] What better example of this than the conservative govt hiring Hitler to preserve themselves, they clearly had no problem with Govt size either, and neither did this rather Conservative Lady "Hitler is reich chancellor! And What a cabinet!!! One such as we did not dare to dream of in July [1932]. Hitler, Hugenburg, seldte, Papen!!! A large part of my German hopes are attached to each. National Socialist drive, German national reason, the non-political Stahlhelm, and - not forgotten by us - Papen. It is so unimaginably wonderful ... What an achievement by Hindenburg!" - Louise Solmitz, A Schoolteacher from Hamburg; reacting to Hitler's appointment to the chancellorship on 30 january 1933. Quoted in Ian Kershaw, "Hitler" (abridged), p260. And in fact the conservative politicians who made Hitler Chancellor actualy argued "we are hiring him" - Quoted in "World At War: Episode 1, A New Germany" [6:16] And here's Berlusconi on Mussolini... http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2003/sep/12/italy.pressandpublishing http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/italy/7777933/Silvio-Berlusconi-compares-himself-to-Mussolini.html [6:55] http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~altemey/ [7:40 - 8:42 ] And on a side note: This element of communism is something even Lenin admitted to... "From the moment all members of society, or at least the vast majority, have learned to administer the state themselves, have taken this work into their own hands, have organized control over the insignificant capitalist minority, over the gentry who wish to preserve their capitalist habits and over the workers who have been thoroughly corrupted by capitalism from this moment the need for government of any kind begins to disappear altogether. The more complete the democracy, the nearer the moment when it becomes unnecessary. The more democratic the "state" which consists of the armed workers, and which is "no longer a state in the proper sense of the word", the more rapidly every form of state begins to wither away. ... Then the door will be thrown wide open for the transition from the first phase of communist society to its higher phase, and with it to the complete withering away of the state." - Vladimir Lenin: "The State and Revolution" Ch 5. "The higher phase of Communist Society". Just to make a real reductio ad absurdum here :P [8:51] And just so you get the point, that controlling every aspect of your citizens Lives is not a determiner for left and right, Read these words from a Fundamentalist Christian, and an openly republican one at that. "Our job is to reclaim America for Christ, whatever the cost. As the vice regents of God, we are to exercise godly dominion and influence over our neighborhoods, our schools, our government, our literature and arts, our sports arenas, our entertainment media, our news media, our scientific endeavors -- in short, over every aspect and institution of human society." - D. James Kennedy, "Reclaiming America for Christ" conference, February, 2005. Quoted from Theocracywatch.org Got the point yet? [11:54] http://hnn.us/articles/122469.html This link will take you to the rest [19:01] Side note: "Increasing numbers of teachers took early retirement or left the profession for other jobs. In 1936, there were 1335 unfilled posts in the elementary schools: by 1938 the number had grown to nearly 3000 while the annual number of graduates from teacher training colleges, at 2500, was nowhere near adequate to the estimated need of the school system for an additional 8000 teachers a year. The result was that by 1938, class size on average in all schools had increased to 43 pupils per teacher as compared to 37 in 1927," "The Third Reich in Power" Richard J. Evans, p269 "At every level, formal learning was given decreased emphasis as the hours devoted to physical education and sport in the state schools were increased in 1936 to three a week, and then in 1938 to five and fewer lessons were devoted to academic subjects to make room for indoctrination and preparation in war" ibid, p289 "The reorganization of German secondary schools ordered in 1937 abolished grammar school education for girls altogether. The only other secondary education available to girls was a language based girls school, where domestic science was also compulsory. From April 1938, all girls who still managed to graduate with a university entrance examination despite all these obstacles were obliged to have a 'domestic year'; only after this would they be given the school leaving certificate and allowed to proceed to university." Ibid, p299 So in Goldberg's world, Restricting something like Girls education is an expansion of it? [23:08] http://www.ub.edu/graap/nazi.pdf

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                    • Culture At Southern

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                      The first video I ever did using Final Cut Pro. Finished November 2009, this is a short informational video done on the Multicultural Center at Southern CT State University, showcasing what the center does and the particular exhibit that was being shown at the time.

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