Opinion

Opinion

Can Nazism be eliminated?

Regardless the ideology that each one may have, anyone who breathes a breath of humanity does not accept Nazism. Why? Because of the death camps that, from the middle of World War II, served Adolf Hitler's German supporters to apply the so-called "final solution" - a system of mass extermination of Jews and also of other groups that Nazis classified as "degenerate" or "antisocial" and that included gypsies, disabled people and communists, among others.

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Sense of History

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Sense of History

A century ago began what was known as the "Roaring 1920s". In a world still recovering from the tragic World War I, it was a period of social, political and cultural transformations. In the West, women gained a new role in society, including the beginning of the right to vote. It also signalled the birth of mass culture and consumerism. Towards the end of the decade speculative capitalism led to the Great Depression which in turn paved the way for nationalism and the rise of fascism.

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Annie Lao

Plastic Macau

"Plastic" is a perfect adjective to describe Macau undergoing a plastic surgery; it looks glamorous outside, but rotten inside. The city is reaching the highest GDP per-capita in the world by 2020, according to data from International Monetary Fund (IMF), but with the worst environmental policy compared to nearby regions.

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