Chris Hedges: The Nature of Human Evil, Part 1

Warsaw Ghetto

Image by Dalton via Flickr

Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

teleSUR English on Jun 7, 2016

In Part I of this episode of Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges interviews Holocaust survivor Lola Mozes. Lola recounts her harrowing experience living in Nazi-occupied Poland.


Part 2


From the archives:

Racism Against Jews Is Not Acceptable

Nuremberg: It’s Lessons For Today! + Nazi Concentration Camps

Amira Hass Discusses Her Mother’s Concentration Camp Diary

Auschwitz: The Final Solution (must-see videos)

“What is the lesson to be learned from the Holocaust?” By Silvia Cattori

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  7. No problem, mo chara (‘my friend’ in Irish) I can understand your actions completely and they were very prudent. Keep on with your excellent blog, I am now an avid reader. I don’t think I’ll reach your high standards of wordsmithing or production but I do try my best to get a simple political message across.

    Go raibh maith agat as do fhreagra, mo chara (Thank you for your reply, my friend)

    • Thanks, Alex for your kind words. Dandelion Salad gives all credit to wordsmithing to its writers as I rarely write at all. Good luck with your blog, it is important to deliver political messages as more and more people are receiving their news via the Internet and are choosing alternative/independent news sources.


  8. Excellent article. I have shared it on 2 sites, I hope this is ok? Also, do you have a ‘like’ button on your blog articles?

    • Glad you liked the interview, Alex. Thanks for sharing the link on other sites, too.

      The “Like” button is from WP’s Reader only, not on the blog. There were so many bloggers who were only using it to get views to their blog and they really didn’t like the blog posts. Unfortunately, the “Reblog” button and the “Like” button are connected on WP, so now I can’t have the “Reblog” button show up without showing the “Like” button.

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