One day ago “The Economist” tweeted the following image (which has since been erased)
In case people don't know who Leni Riefenstahl was, she was Hitler's and the Nazis favorite filmmaker and the "greatest" Nazi propaganda maker during the 1930's.
She was responsible for The Nazis best propaganda films, such as “Triumph of the will” and "Olympia”, which helped Hitler brainwash tens of millions of people around Europe, and the entire German nation.
"Triumph of the will" original poster.
Even though she was not an official member of the Nazi party she had very close ties to prominent Nazis and she was a regular guest at Goebbels’s home and enjoyed picnics with the Fuhrer himself, who considered her as his "favorite" filmmaker.
This Nazi bitch should have been hanged for her crimes after the war ended, but like so many other Germans who were prominent Nazis, she never had to answer for her crimes and just went back to her life, dying of old age in 2003.
But what's most concerning is that "The Economist", who frequently and obssesivly likes to compare countries and politicians which it doesn't like to the Nazis and to Hitler, is actually whitewashing and promoting actual Nazis propagandists, like Leni Riefenstahl.