- Apr 29, 2019
- 4 min
Hirohito, the Japanese emperor who was one of WW2's greatest war criminals.
The Japanese Emperor Hirohito was one of the greatest mass murderers in history, yet to this day no one really seems to mind that. For the Japanese people Hirohito was no regular despot, as Hitler and Stalin were, for them he was a divine being, literally a living god. He was the pinnacle of the Japanese empire, an empire that was resposible for some of the worst war crimes and genocides before and during WW2. During Hirohito's reign the Japanese army invaded China in 1937
- Apr 24, 2019
- 2 min
UN human rights council member Saudi Arabia beheads 37 people.
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday beheaded 37 people in a mass execution across the country for alleged terrorism-related crimes. Saudi officials and executioners even went one step further and publicly pinned the executed body and severed head to a pole as a warning to others. Amnesty International also confirmed these people were convicted “after sham trials” that relied on confessions extracted through torture. Amnesty International said 11 of the men were convicted of spying f
- Apr 15, 2019
- 2 min
The internet as we knew it in Europe is now officially over.
Well, the internet as you know it in Europe is officially over. The EU Council voted today in a final vote and approved the EU's article 17 (previously known as article 13). Poland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Finland and Sweden have voted against the copyright directive and have even issued a joint statement denouncing it. Belgium, Estonia and Slovenia abstained. The rest of the EU memebers voted for it, making it a majority win for the adoption of the EU internet c
- Apr 10, 2019
- 4 min
How Putin and Donald Tusk covered up what caused the Polish presidential plane crash in 2010.
On April 10, 2010, the Polish presidential plane which carried the Polish president, his wife and 94 other key figures in the Polish government and army crashed in Smolensk, Russia, killing everyone onboard. It's important to note that two years before the crash in 2008, Putin threatened to blow out of the skies the Polish president and his plane because he flew to Tbilisi to show solidarity with Georgia while it was being invaded by the Russian army. To this day the most im
- Apr 4, 2019
- 3 min
Nazi war criminals became high ranking commanders in NATO after WW2
For decades former Nazis and German war criminals served at the highest echelons of NATO. Most of them were highly decorated Nazis, who later served in top positions in the Western German army, and were later promoted to serve as Commander and Chief of all NATO forces in Europe. This was not a unique event, but a very common phenomenon in post WW2 western Europe and especially in Western Germany. Nazi war criminals and people who supported and helped Hitler to carry out th