Monthly Archives: July 2018

Banning symbols, a la Germany. Now, I’m reading articles on Ethics Alarms about gift shops banning Confederate flags and related memorabilia, even if it’s reproduction memorabilia that reenactors often use because the original ones are almost impossible to find because they are over 150 … Continue reading

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The Sordid Balkan Connection to the conflict with Daria Larsen. Why I became a Chetnik.

“What is supposed to be the happiest of days becomes the bloodiest of days as gunfire erupts outside the church.” Say It in Russian (2007) Directed by Jeff Celentano. With Rade Serbedzija, Steven Brand, Agata Gotova, Faye Dunaway. Jacqueline, a Paris… I saw the movies … Continue reading

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