A placard reading “Thanks (to) Hitler! There is nothing to celebrate” and showing a historical photo of World War II dead stands at the outskirts of Goerlitz, in eastern Germany, on April 20, 2018, as hundreds of neo-Nazis prepare to congregate to mark Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Photo: AFP A placard reading “Thanks (to) Hitler! There is nothing to celebrate” and showing a historical photo of World War II dead stands at the outskirts of Goerlitz, in eastern Germany, on April 20, 2018, as hundreds of neo-Nazis prepare to congregate to mark Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Photo: AFP
A placard reading “Thanks (to) Hitler! There is nothing to celebrate” and showing a historical photo of World War II dead stands at the outskirts of Goerlitz, in eastern Germany, on April 20, 2018, as hundreds of neo-Nazis prepare to congregate to mark Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Photo: AFP
Human rights

Letters | Stop global rise of fascism to save not just democracy but all of humanity

  • Humanity must not bury the threat of encroaching fascism and instead work together against its rise by recognising the omnipresent signs
  • Fascism and its horrific, unchecked trajectory could ultimately propel nations into a conflict of immense proportions that will spell devastation for all

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A placard reading “Thanks (to) Hitler! There is nothing to celebrate” and showing a historical photo of World War II dead stands at the outskirts of Goerlitz, in eastern Germany, on April 20, 2018, as hundreds of neo-Nazis prepare to congregate to mark Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Photo: AFP A placard reading “Thanks (to) Hitler! There is nothing to celebrate” and showing a historical photo of World War II dead stands at the outskirts of Goerlitz, in eastern Germany, on April 20, 2018, as hundreds of neo-Nazis prepare to congregate to mark Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Photo: AFP
A placard reading “Thanks (to) Hitler! There is nothing to celebrate” and showing a historical photo of World War II dead stands at the outskirts of Goerlitz, in eastern Germany, on April 20, 2018, as hundreds of neo-Nazis prepare to congregate to mark Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Photo: AFP
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