Tuesday, March 23, 2010

The Real 'Schindler's List' on Sale for $2.2 Million

The only privately owned copy of Oskar Schindler's list of Jews to be saved from Hitler's concentration camps is up for grabs at $2.2 million, AFP reported.

The 13-page list compiled by Schindler and accountant Itzhak Stern is dated April 18, 1945, and was made popular by Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning movie.

Gary Zimet, a historic document sales specialist, told AFP the list is "arguably the most important World War II document."

Zimet is selling the list on a "first come, first served" basis on behalf of an anonymous seller through his Web site MomentsInTime.com.

He told AFP there were seven different versions of the list, but only four other are known to have survived. This list has the names of 801 men, along with their birth dates and occupations.

Via Fox News

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Jesse James's Mistress

TMZ has obtained the shocking photos of Michelle McGee, which were taken almost a year ago. We're told the Nazi-themed layout -- complete with a swastika armband and backdrop -- was the photographer's idea, but that Michelle was very enthusiastic.

In child custody documents filed in January, Michelle's ex-husband says she "makes the Nazi salute," and has a swastika tattooed on her stomach (not seen in these pics).

In one photo the letter "w" is on Michelle's left leg, and the letter "p" on her right. We're told Michelle tells people it stands for "white power."

Res ipsa loquitur.


Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Baby Hitler Invades Denmark

While most mothers dress their baby daughters in frilly dresses, a Danish-Norwegian artist dressed hers up as Baby Hitler.

Nina Maria Kleivan created a photo essay on evil doers, dolling her daughter up as despicable despots ranging from Adolf Hitler to Benito Mussolini.

"We all have evil within us. Even small children are evil towards each other," Kleivan told the Haaretz newspaper in Israel.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Hitler used for Pro-Life ads in Poland

The provocative images, which appeared in the western city of Poznan as a part of a promised nationwide campaign, also carry the slogan "Abortion for Poles: introduced by Hitler, March 9, 1943."

Fundacja Pro, the organisation behind the billboard, said that it wanted to remind Poles that abortion was first introduced to Poland during the Second World War by the country's Nazi occupiers as a means of limiting the population of a people they deemed inferior.

"I understand that this campaign is designed to shock but there are limits to the use of shock," said Elzbieta Streker-Dembinska, an MP and member of the Polish parliament's health committee.

"A foetus and Adolf Hitler is unjustified comparison. The design of the billboard is unacceptable and crosses the boundaries of decency."

She added that she suspected the billboard campaign was designed to coincide with International Women's Day on March 8, a day which often sees pro-abortion demonstrations in Poland.

Via: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/7354284/Hitler-abortion-poster-sparks-anger-in-Poland.html

Monday, March 1, 2010

Model Mayhem WTF

Via: http://twitter.com/modelmayhemwtf/statuses/9845664793