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Streicher

(ˈʃtraɪkə)
n
(Biography) Julius. 1885–1946, German Nazi journalist and politician, who spread anti-Semitic propaganda as editor of Der Stürmer (1923–45). He was hanged as a war criminal
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Evil, ultra-racist intellectuals like Aye Chan, (late) Aye Kyaw and Khin Maung Saw played the role of Julius Streicher portraying the Rohingya as the infiltrators or intruders and the 'enemies within' from the next-door Bangladesh who needed to be killed or wiped out as a 'virus', planting unfathomed intolerance against them while the bigoted monks like Wirathu provided the religious rationale for 'purifying' the Buddhist motherland from the minority Muslims who are falsely depicted as a 'threat' to Buddhism and its way of life.
He has donated everything -- including children's books published by the anti-Semitic publisher Julius Streicher and an old back issue of Streicher's newspaper, Der Strmer -- to his alma mater, Kenyon College in Ohio, for the Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection.
The publisher of the newspaper, Julius Streicher, was executed for crimes against humanity after WWII.
"Or -- and this is especially bad -- people who instrumentalized Luther, such as the Nazi politician Julius Streicher who said, during the Nuremberg Trials: 'Actually it shouldn't be me sitting here on the defendant's seat, rather Luther.' Streicher meant he could excuse his anti-Semitism with Luther's anti-Judaism."
The sale in Munich, the birthplace of Nazism, includes the rope used to hang Nazi propagandist Julius Streicher at Nuremberg.
A major British tabloid newspaper recently felt it acceptable to allow one of its columnists to call immigrants "cockroaches." Rwanda's Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines used the same word to describe Tutsis in the run-up to the 1994 genocide, as did Julius Streicher's Nazi newspaper Der Sturmer to describe Jews.
The victims included Joachim von Ribbentrop, Alfred Rosenberg and Julius Streicher. 1958: Blue Peter started on BBC TV.
He writes, "There was Julius Streicher, whose shaven head was an ugly pink sea urchin," and characterizes Josef Goebbels as an "extraordinarily unpleasant person who physically resembled Nosferatu the Vampire of film legend" (38, 53).
Some of the most hateful cartoons of Jewish men appeared in the magazine Der Sturmer edited by Julius Streicher who was the Nazi editor of the notorious anti-Semitic newspaper.
While there, he met television director and entrepreneur Yohan Perez his future co-author who used their encounter to share findings from a four-year investigation into two seemingly disparate topics: senior Nazi official Julius Streicher and the biblical Book of Esther.
Todliche Maskeraden: Julius Streicher and die "Losung der Judenfrage," by Franco Ruault.
In many countries Jews are described in terms Hitler's arch Jew-baiter Julius Streicher might have hesitated to use in his hate sheet Der Sturmer.