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"india museum" Discussed on Mosaic of China

Mosaic of China

12:31 min | 8 months ago

"india museum" Discussed on Mosaic of China

"That he had. He lived in an way province And that was what the world to him said. That's so nice a connection like that. Yeah that's cool. Yeah although yours is probably more advanced because it's very many Was that a tech invention back there. Whether it's high tech at that time. How the hell do you still have it like. Most people would have thrown away their old equipment. The reason why i choose this object today that there's some kind of emotional bond between me and this small little monster maybe one day. I was soda where i don't know because it's not working at the moment i don't know actually to be on his whole life could keep it. Well let's talk about today then. So is there a connection between that radio and what you do. Today in china it helps me like My english and the way. I see the world and yeah i mean in a way. It helps me to for my life at the moment but not directly. Yeah so what is it that you do. obama a curate's item moment Working in the museum in shanghai court mean contemporary art museum. Ncaa am surprised. Museum and it was founded by neiman group. A private rearrested company in two thousand fifteen with the mission to facilitate exploration of performing arts. I took the job in two thousand seventeen as the performing arts curator in the museum to support the local artists as well as the international collaborations. Okay so that's obviously the connection that i can make between your work with nick you and what you're doing today. Yeah i was like Starting the career in this big national theatre with nick almost took sixteen years ago. They're left to displace an eye becoming artists. I think myself yeah. Four four five years. Then i started to work with independent artists and then there was this special museum so i took the chance and then i started to walk there interesting so you thought of little bit behind the scenes but then also you are an artist yourself. Young and both worlds. Yes i kind of kidding to my friends that i have done. Almost everything about this industry by none of them has been very successful from the saito's operator so translator to interpret to project manage to produce to artists and then to curate presenter blah blah blah and is there a linear line between these career. Paul so is it just random. Yeah there is a linear line. And i it myself but i haven't get tired of doing the moment. Well let's talk about that when you say that you are doing performance arts in a museum that to me is confusing because it's performance art but you're doing it in the museum context yes. I'm confused myself as you know. I mean the museums mostly for visual arts for paintings faw videos or installations and forming us as we know normal way you do it in the theater. But there's not a very clear distinction between the two words. And i think the borders brewery and compare to what we see in the theater or convention of it particularly drama the performing arts as we see or participate and museums are more open and You have much more space or room to try new things and the two words are learning from each other as we know that if you go to a theater nominee you sit in the auditorium seats right. I mean quite seriously you see performance taking place on stage. The relationship between the audience and the performance is one way or according to the proscenium formless. Yeah but now they see things taking place in the museum and the museum performance in museum anomaly. There are many focus instead of one leading role. Like the actor options that you concentrate our but india museum you can choose your focus instead of your force to see but is it and is that what defined it because it's so hard to define what is performance. Art it almost sounds like a mixture between theater and art but also dance right. Yeah there are more and more choreographers. And dancers. Who like to engage themselves in gary and museum and trying to find a new way of their language. That the townsfolk. Laurie and the experience was very much different. As we all talk about the now a days immersive theatre rain you know but this is the term questioning away you know for me. Every performance is immersive. If he's not then it is not performance as we know during the covid nineteen situation. There's no performance right all theaters shutdown on museum. Shut down and they put the stuff online. You see performance through this kind of formers. I was six is not immersive or it is not performance is just a moment is an alternative to what we get used to so maybe in the future there would be some new possibility. I do not shut. Down is possibility but at the moment say it is not performance is still more like video art right. So what you're saying then is a visual. Art performance is something which exists very much between the artist and the audience in that space and we will not really them audience. In a way i will like call them participants artists. Sometimes they are like facilitate. Then educate to you. They're trying to share the space with you. And with all the spectators participants. The piece is not complete which means it's different every time which is similar to a theater piece right. Yeah yeah maybe the best way would be to think about some examples of some of the word that you have installed in the gallery. Which ones would help to explain this phenomenon. A informs cord father's house performance about twenty hours three continuous days. Ten to twelve performers performing with the works of the division the artists the crated father's house a huge inspirations paintings relations and all kinds of this art works which occupies the museum and then there artists performing wiz the works. It activates the exhibition. As we all know the exhibitions. No moving right is objects. We divisions like the presentation of objects but performance is also an exhibition but a presentation of bodies. You know it's really hard. Sahara is beyond words. You ever see it. Yeah this is the trick. Like how do we put something which is so abstract into word. But you're doing a good job trying the best. I guess my question would be then so why this art form like even using these examples. What could the artist achieve using performance art which they couldn't have achieved using dance using theater using other forms of visual art. Everything has Limits all aboard this. So i think. I'll keep looking for the environment where there will be new things. That could be initiated. Instead i'll have to repeat things it has to be provoked it to be meaningful otherwise it would be Being slaved by zuma whatever. We're not trying to giving them the answers. We're not gods this something that you helps you to to find the what is wrong with is your life. You need the theater performance to create the bridge. That people would try at least trying to realize what is behind. I'm not saying performing arts is the medicine but at least we create amirah english at. You could see things see yourself. Provocative has the meaning of like counterculture. He doesn't have to be. It can just provoke a emotion right. Provoke anything your right. I definitely i can agree with you more. I mean it's not really about politics. Normally i mean body all life your own community the firmly on everything it is not has to be about politics right right so you are the curators so you have the power to bring into this space the things that you want to see yourself all the things that you think the people want to see which one is it. S very good question. I mean I'm not in the mood please. Customers zimet is not commercial in way. Great that's quite liberating for you. Yeah it's non-profitable institution so it's not about pleading show and it's not catering for but the already know so the answer to the question then is you curate for yourself. Not accused of myself seems to be that. I'm a dictator. Not at all and i do not own the place. No i'm also an employee. I'm working for someone behind the museum. You know so. But i think this someone behind. The museum is open enough for me to create something more interesting. You things that you would see in a big theater definitely our not present and our location. Many people feel is bit far away from city center. So i need a good reason that people with calm so people would have this expectation that they could not see elsewhere so this is something i have to keep in mind. And then what kind of feedback to you. Get from the audience from the participants as you say like do you hear about how it impacts them. How do you measure the impact that this work is having. After everybody will a review would not become justice theater piece it would become a project which means it has something more like will create some installation looks. Maybe later there will be an exhibition apart. So to expand the possibility of discussion over this topic. That's interesting yeah. Because that's when you can then put it on social media you can then have people interact with it in a different way. So that's when it has a life beyond just that space yeah grudge realize that the performance is very ephemeral. Yeah it happened. Then scott and yeah yeah so each performance maybe only one hundred people of five hundred most so what i mean compared to to this live streaming at the the were living. So how could you expand the infants..

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"india museum" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"india museum" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"india museum" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"india museum" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Your. Shouldn't be doing that you're forty. Now I'm getting too old for this get into all the. While Ping so they the urinal somehow maybe that's the hemp, the hemp calms. down. This guy's walking up he's like I'm GonNa take to wildest be. Of Mississippi. The him fumes are. He just takes a nice respectable normal human. Urination. Bear. Wanders into California grocery store steals bag of chips. Yeah. You're still anything grocery store. You ever a little rebel no I wasn't. I used to steal when I was a freshman in high school. They had like a twelve pack of Soda Out Front and stacks like outside the store. And like I would like ripping open and pull Kano and. Gabrielle. It's my stole a soda. It was like the twenty five cent sodas. You know Safeway select. Yeah. One time I stole the whole twelve pack Guy Mollet caught me. Runs the store. Dragged me out there everybody said you can never come in here. Again we're gonNA take your picture. And the weird thing is my only my mom was contacted. I think she did find out I can't remember but Yeah I'm done with stealing the sucks. Giving you got caught early. Yeah. My wife says that they used to steal stuff at the seven eleven by we get the Big slurpee it's candy bars inside of. Pay For the slurpee. So. It was to st does the kind of chips? No. It's a good advertisement. Feels like a super bowl commercial the bear often grabs a bag A. Camera Yeah. He's got them salsa something though. Dumb dumberer. There's already it's still thieves steal three hundred and thirty pounds safe from Ninja Museum. This has to be huge embarrassment to the Ninja community that they. are able to sneak in. Steel. THREE HUNDRED THIRTY POUNDS SAFE Right. From out from under their noses. So I don't know if in India, museum hasn't inches in it or if it's run by Ninjas. or where other than just just remembering Ninjas gone now dedicated to the history and practices of Ninjas but is anybody there still enjoys earning niches in the glass cases no. Obviously obviously, there's news is revealed. There are no no. There were dollars in the safe. To work for ten thousand dollars to split up between how many guys. I feel like the days of. Cool Bank robbery and where you bust in take the money or they're gone. You just do it online now why of all museums? Ninja Museum went and go to like the. The Bakery, you museum, Museum of. Needing or something something that gives. US to risk that the they might have Ninjas there they have their little gangster meeting and it's like I got a new job for. Boys puts, THE PLAN ON THE WALL Museum. Did. They expect me maybe expected something way cooler in the safe Cracked baby opened. There's going to be like a jewel Reagan head with jewel is like when you rub it everybody the meal get Ninja Powers possessed spirit of the emperor the set to Ken Kung. Fu, tribe. Which is from Double Dragon. Yeah Neither That news is pretty weird, but let's do some satirical news. Do it. Every week there are stories. These are some of them with EPSTEINS, infamous assistant, Ghislaine Maxwell awaiting trial, and testimony in prison many celebrities, politicians, and entertainment industry elites are rushing to make pedophilia generally acceptable before their outages, patrons of epsteins. Tortoise Island. Trade on writers get in here. We need to make some just write me up some pitches, the cultures right here on pedophilia we need to gotTA. Move that. OVERTON WINDOW RIGHT GONNA move window. Make it acceptable pedophilia down at about zero. When you ended up at about an eight, it's like we need the brokeback mountain of kids the was. Broke back would you call it foothill? Like what's the big cultural thing that change the view of the culture like? Same Sex. Marriage or whatever just or, racism. Queer. Eye for the straight guy. it was the show will and grace. Yeah. So we need like will and. Nothing could be good. So. Netflix came under fire this week for the map by for. Release of cuties, cuties, which is a French feel. I. was looking into it and I guess this movie wasn't supposed to it wasn't like saying. You know sexualization of young girls is awesome. Yeah. It was trying to say that it's bad right but in the process they hired eleven year old girls as actors actresses. And had them dancing on these provocative like, yeah. No as advertised and then the Netflix's really came under fire because they've put up this crazy poster of them all. Work in. Yeah. So he's talking to working on your butts going up and down like I'm going to do that. That would rather you didn't. You know yeah. If you're going to make a movie that criticizes the hyper Sexualization of young girls, you could probably do it without. Hyper sexualizing young girls. Have my because that's the hard thing is like if you're going to illustrate against something, you have to depict it like tell the movie about slavery. Slavery. So it's a weird, but you're not actually sleeping the actors, right? The problem is if you're just a hard thing, the sexual stuff. Yeah because that's espy tranquilize this is what I call the hunger games problem. Do a documentary on that one. Yeah. So it was like all the hunger games problem because the hunger games I love the books movies were okay.

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"india museum" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"india museum" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Saturday's home and garden program brush in part by the the sales corporation construct renovate restore its miss jailers Pat Sullivan here along with any Smith we are here at Solomon hardware and garden seventy first in keystone and we are here to support the Alzheimer's association and bring awareness on the some of the opportunities that they have to help out the Alzheimer's association so we do a big fundraiser for the longest day but we're also today we are giving ten percent of our Christmas tree sales to the Alzheimer's association so that amount is up to a hundred and forty four dollars right now so that will be all day long will tallied up so if you're needing a new Christmas tree we have the state's largest selection about a hundred seventy different trees from to foot the fourteen foot tall we actually have a sixteen foot tree as well the one that's down at the India museum about thirty four that was thirty foot the one that we walk under the that is a cool tree yeah the school where the that made special for them so but anyway so even need a sixteen foot that's just so big we didn't put it up but it's so we can show the fourteen and you just go nuts to feel called to talk oh my goodness so but anyways and then also salute give do you also get a twenty five dollar gift cool up there goes the prize will could catch some people wasn't too bad you can tell Indian Russell that woman she will break your arm you know we're never we're never going to be confused with the wheel of fortune no we're never so twenty five dollar gift card to the house is a little gift for coming in and buying a tree and helping out the Alzheimer's association and you're going to get a great Christmas tree you know what I always tell people why are trees are better number one they're the best quality they have the best lighting system but the most important thing we fix them all that's right yeah that's rob bloom we always tell people don't work on your tree because then you're just mad when you come in just bring us the peace that is really good yeah a light problem that's just our trees don't start hauling trees in here we get people to bring entries a bottom line it's like we don't have those parts to fix them plus we have you know that's pretty funny I don't forget it don't work on it regularly yeah I'd be man that's what you get you get us I what I hated was the do it yourself plumbers the guys that would always try to fix it and then about Saturday night about nine o'clock could throw the town the say to hell with there's some call a plumber so our emergency.

Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in new york a television manufactured by samsung known as the frame and called by many eddie spotify of art is digitally bringing masterpieces into the living room museum speed the future but first these headlines google issued new guidelines limiting employees discussion of politics and other topics not really to work a major shift for the company that has long long prided itself on open debate and freewheeling internal culture alphabet inc said in a public memo that staffers should avoid spending time debating matters unrelated into their jobs among other discouraged behavior a google spokeswoman said quote this follows a year of increased incivility and our internal platforms and we've heard that employees want clearer clearer rules of the road on what's okay to say and what's not walk technologies trumpeted its first high end a i processor the chinese telecom giant's latest attempt to challenge silicon valley's advanced technology the ascend nine ten designed to crunch. The massive amounts of data used to build a._i. Algorithms is available immediately. The chip advances while always goal of curbing reliance on american tech kolding up the palm sized ascend nine ten at an event at weiwei's headquarters deputy chairman eric su declared it as quote the industry's most powerful a._i. Processor and quote a federal appeals dell's court froze a ruling that qualcomm had committed an array of anti-trust violations a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the time being the court court decision is a setback for the f._t._c. which had sued the company citing an illegal monopoly that harmed smartphone manufacturers and rival chip producers to his ruling found. The company leveraged its dominance smartphone chips to force manufacturers to pay high royalty rates for qualcomm intellectual property qualcomm argued its business practices were justified justify. The journal says the court action isn't a definitive reading of the merits of qualcomm appeal but indicated the company has a fair shot at winning coming up as museums meet the future were introduced with the new spotify of art better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel veon scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com samsung has struck digital art agreements with the tate gallery in london the prado in madrid the van gogh museum amsterdam westerdam's among others. The latest deal sees its unique television. The frame landing at the royal museum of fine arts in belgium as part of the new agreement samsung samsung display twenty two of the belgian galleries flemish masterpieces on its frame. T._v.'s isabelle van who necker managing director at the museum has more. We are participating dissipating into some some initiative because we think technology has a lot of possibilities to spread our heritage in another way india museum so we some some frame we can bring the artwork into the living room of the people and hope that they will afterwards want to to to visit the museum and see the authentic work intern. We're seeing some comparison with the digital methods that the likes of spotify made popular johann von camping out samsung tv lifestyle project manager explains its subscription based so you have to formulas in a way you be u._p. Eater five a month and you have unlimited access so i always personally i call it the spotify of arts so you pay five hundred a month. You have unlimited <unk> access to all the artworks that are in there more than one thousand two hundred artworks or you can also decide to pay a one time fee for one on artwork and then that will cost you twenty euros more on the actual technology sensor measures the lightning in your living space ace and based on these results. It's adopts the back light of the hill so it would really look like a real picture because of you would show this picture on on another tv. You will always have the feeling you are looking at the t._v. Isabel van acker is back to talk to museums of the future. There are a lot of challenges for museums is because the museum of tomorrow and we have to think about it before you had only physical museum. Today we have also digital museum if people are used to to have after digital images and we have to develop this whole digital museum today and accessibility is one of the important challenges as as well. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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"india museum" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K

Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"india museum" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K

"You've done all the normal. Housekeeping of showers in feeding yourselves at when you kind of on those days, we still have another hour so before things done. You need to be anywhere where actually, you know, nothing. Nothing needs to happen. And that, that really does moments of pause in the morning for me, a really special, and making sure that I continually build those in, and it's helpful when you have jet lag 'cause you get those veterans great. I mean this morning I was up at three thirty. Because of the jet lag. But, but what happens is that you have this time in the morning where the, the world is still. Or, you know, there's, there's no, not as much noise. And it's actually a really good real world example of how life can be when the volumes turned down. Yeah, I could not agree. I love mornings, especially extent when jetlag because it's much easier but I do try to get up at. And I love it so much that I rather go to bed early. And then go get up Edeka says something amazing about that quiet time. And I, I try to always save sunrise in the city when trouble and I carry my kids to do that, when that travel with me as well. 'cause it's such a beautiful part of the day to say the song goes up because then you're part of something bigger than yourself. So thank you for sharing. I often talk about L morning, so that would be more inspiration enough for our listeners. I would love to know if you have a favorite Cape product or a station product. I mean remember remember first seeing key when. In australia. This would have been I'm going to say ten years ago, Kotane twelve years, and what was amazing. And which I still remember as all those little what you might call kind of the notes that can be used for anything that quite cod. Yeah. Those things we're actually at allowed you to use an however you were inspired by, and it reminded me again, when I was in the Sydney airport, where probably wasn't exact same ones. But it had those thing that actually they had his beautiful space that you could use. And literally have that stack by my bed. Now where, you know, some days, it's, it's a note of gratitude somedays, it's things I need to pick up and some days, you know, it's just a little friendly reminders. And but what's nice about it, it has that feeling of warmth and kindness behind it, even though there's nothing there that needs to be said. Yeah, yeah. Actually even have a section in the book with some of my favorite quotes about dreaming. Because. I think when you rate, a quote, you just get reminded of what is important to you, and different quotes main different things to different people, but also at different times. So sometimes I'll have a quote. And then, like one year later, I'm like, oh, that's what it really means to me. And I people actually we have a dream life journal the both to, to actually by the court to say what does that mean to you? And what can you do about that, if you want to do something? So thank you for sharing that. So tell me what's next for you. What's reme- I'm back in town for a little bit. We have some yoga teacher trainings that I'm leading, but more with just breathe. We're now on a very big remission driven to, to create more mindfulness in the real world. We have some really amazing events that are coming up in off the back of last year. We did these thousand person mass meditations at the British Museum at the tape. We have have set a bar of creating more more moments within the UK and Europe, hopefully going further places like Australia and the US and how we can create those are going to be really exciting for us this year as well as we've got our new podcast coming out soon. We've got content in process of writing new book right now to this quite a few different things all within that all within this same conversation around. Bring it more into the real world for people and doing it away that connects, and hopefully we will very soon see a bigger and a more impactful shift worldwide people really stepping into this conversation of how meaningful it is in our lives will more kinder, when we're more mindful. When we spend time together, couldn't I am actually when I started to see. These massive meditation gathering, India, museums, like my, my New York and Tate here and I put my dream to do that. So I'm now 'checked when I was in New York last week. And I was checking if something, but it wasn't anything about that now in on my list to chick, every time I go to city because it's such a beautiful way of experience something that is not just mindful, but it's also very beautiful community wise. But also the environment's in those places are amazing today to go to place like that the next to be part of something like that he's incredible. Actually, you're quite lucky as well as in mobile. There's a community down there still space and actually start to create large scaled moments like this down there. But next time you're back in London. Let's connect love free to come and join us and share some of your wisdom and words with everyone, thank you before we finish up a love you to share. If you could go back to young to self-same when you in your late teams what advice would you give yourself knowing what, you know, now life isn't about being good. Life is just about enjoying yourself beautiful, and a great way of finishing off the super inspiring episode end. Definitely gonna take your up on connecting with your next time because I love to be part of those amazing places, and not just amazing places any place where you can connect and meditates and, and, and I love to cross. Now putting on my dream is to attend a yoga kospi. But I want to ignore this, you really say a massive, thank you, first for taking your time, because I know that you are you have full days and for you to prioritize making with me today. London is very much appreciate it. And also, I want to encourage everyone who's listening to really look you up, and your trumping, so much, and we are a global busness eye catching one to find you wherever you are in the world at the time to attend classes, and, and whatever doing end, I'm going to obviously link to the book, and hoping that we will see much more men in yoga classes, but not just men, Oviously men and women together and by creating the world, so thank you so much. Thank you so much. It's been absolute pleasure. What a great chess that was. I could talk with Michael for hours. I really admire the why he smashing stereotypes on a mission to encourage everyone. Not just men to embrace yoga mindfulness really take the time to focus on the overall wellbeing. I'm as such a firm believer in taking the time to look after yourself to focus on the things that Madam os and shed ruling time for self kick into your days. And I encourage everyone to grab a copy of Michael spoke seeked out bit quiet if you interested in giving yoga, try something else that really resonated with me the idea that by finding what you love. What is spies? You really focusing on that you can close it to living a life you love. Pessina own Joanie is very aligned with these in terms of finding what a love emphasising that s my Correa, any,.

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"india museum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"india museum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The World Jewish Congress Evelyn summer, the importance of this campaign cannot be stressed enough combating world hatred genocide xenophobia in all its forms and more on Evelyn. We certainly are glad that you're able to visit with us today when we went into that last break we were talking about history. And how rapidly the World War Two generation is leaving us. He's not beyond comprehension that in our lifetimes. We may see the last of of the World War Two generation pass on. And these were the folks who suffered this whole cost, and you were speaking to the importance. Of that. And I want to let you continue on that line. Yes, you're right. It is so critical for us tweed UK the young generation and teach the message of never again because seventy five years after the holocaust half of the world's population. Never heard of the holocaust here in the United States half of the American public cannot say what our sheets, even the wise. This is why you patient and memory is so important. Also, as you reminded, I saw survivors that can tell their personal stories are disappearing as they are in their eighties and nineties, and so very soon. There will be no personal witnesses less to this horrific story and to teach and for us to learn from them. The general assembly of the United Nations they creed years. Go that January twenty seven would be international holocaust remembrance day. Did they that the United Nations chose to remember their horrific events of Ford were to as it is the day that marks deliberate foul Shvets? The concentration cab by the American army in this way. The United Nations department of public information, it's trying to increase holocaust awareness throughout the world. What people don't know is that the United Nations has offices in every country around the world. And by having this information centres bring out information about the holocaust. They are serving a major need in countries that never even heard about the holocaust before. And also the World Jewish Congress is partnering with UNESCO. The United Nations organization for for culture. Relations and. With unesco. The World Jewish Congress has launched an international education campaign on the holocaust. And we had the big conference last year in Paris launching this big big international effort of UNESCO. And it can be reached around the world by going to about holocaust that or. Another very important initiative at this moment that we are very involved in is that. At the present time there is very important Bill coming to the United States house of representatives. That will provide said they'd rather fund for holocaust education when this Bill. Is passed. The holocaust will be studied in every high school in every state of the United States. Because at this moment, there are very few states that truly teach holocaust in schools. The Bill is called the never again do patient act. We would it be an important tool to teach the next generation. So important that Democrats and Republicans should support this Bill when it comes up for a vote very soon. I also believe that a an important a campaign to visit the holocaust museums all over the United States. Of course, the most important one is the one in Washington. Maybe you know that yet. Shame may in Israel. The holocaust museum in in the library and London they are over very impact for toys in creating awareness about anti-semitism and about the holocaust. And one of the things you have one of the reasons why this is important. Is because of a lot of people out there, especially on social media, push sort of holocaust denial acting like you really didn't happen. What does your organization do to fight against those kind of conspiracy theories? Yes. This is a very very negative development. And we are actively fighting this. This holocaust deniers in all our communities all over the world, especially in Europe. Now, why that sim holocaust denial occur? Holocaust denial is the act of denying the married. Murder of six million Jews. There is of course, a very large amount of historical documentation and Damani else that describe each facet of the holocaust. So then you would last how can they love the holocaust explained? There are two answers. I think the first one anti-semitism the second one, ignorant plain ignorance. And we have to fight both of them anti-semitism of the last and the right? Did they have developed a kind of conspiracy theory by which they question three major point Thursday question. They say that there was no official Nazi policy to marry there. They choose of course, we have to deny that. The second thing that they they ni-. Is the existence of the gas chambers? We certainly can prove that they got chambers existed chest by visiting they. I wish they'd today and Birkenau and three they claim that they six million fig they say Jewish acceleration that made through store hundred thousand or maybe three hundred thousand Jews died during the war. Of course, there is full documentation and materials and historical evidence. All over India museum says the libraries in our archives to refute all days. But. You know, we are living in times where anti-semitism is rampant. Left-wing anti-semitism an anti Zionism right-wing anti-semitism based on on on an antisemitic conspiracies. Theories that Jews have too much influence in business and politics at sit there and the only solution to stand up to all that is education. Only in this way. Will we stand up to hatred to the lies to the denial and ignorance? And also there is a very important. Problem now, holocaust deniers are getting much much younger. It is not the old then David Irving anymore more that generation actually has quieted down a little bit. What we have. Now is this very dangerous new development that I referred to before it this young men using the internet and typing there. Hey, and then sending it out to the world Evelyn if I might I'm gonna have to take another pause along our network line here. But I wanted to remind folks that at the end of World War Two in the spring of nineteen forty five General Dwight Eisenhower toured the death camps. He ordered that film be made and documental of this because he was afraid that years later people would deny it just as they are. And so we have those films from general Eisenhower, and he was touring with. With old blood and guts, George Patton and George Patton became so ill in the death camp that he had to leave the tour. General Eisenhower continued on his own. That's how violent and nauseating. This was and we're gonna talk some more about that. We want to remind you that this is the Florida roundtable. I'm Reagan Smith, Michael yapping, very special guest is Evelyn summer of the World Jewish. Congress will return in a moment. Have you written a book you can become.

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"india museum" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

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"india museum" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

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