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Scientists have found the oldest known example of an animal drawing: a red silhouette of a bull-like beast on the wall of an Indonesian cave. 

The sketch is at least 40,000 years old, slightly older than similar animal paintings found in famous caves in France and Spain. Until a few years ago, experts believed Europe was where our ancestors started drawing animals and other figures. 

But the age of the drawing reported Wednesday in the journal Nature, along with previous discoveries in Southeast Asia, suggests that figurative drawing appeared in both continents about the same time. 

The new findings fuel discussions about whether historical or evolutionary events prompted this near-simultaneous “burst of human creativity,” said lead author Maxime Aubert, an archaeologist and geochemist at Griffith University in Australia. 

The remote limestones caves on Borneo have been known to contain prehistoric drawings since the 1990s. To reach them, Aubert and his team used machetes to hack through thick jungle in a verdant corner of the island. 

Search for specific minerals

Strapping on miners’ helmets to illuminate the darkness, they walked and crawled through miles of caves decorated with hundreds of ancient designs, looking for artwork that could be dated. They needed to find specific mineral deposits on the drawings to determine their age with technology that measures decay of the element uranium. 

“Most of the paintings we actually can’t sample,” said Aubert. 

Aubert and his fellow researchers reported in 2014 on cave art from the neighboring Indonesian island of Sulawesi. They dated hand stencils, created by blowing red dye through a tube to capture the outline of a hand pressed against rock, to almost 40,000 years ago. 

Now, with the Borneo cave art, the scientists can construct a rough timeline of how art developed in the area. In addition to the bull, which is about 5 feet (1.5 meters) wide, they dated red- and purple-colored hand stencils and cave paintings of human scenes. 

After large animal drawings and stencils, “it seems the focus shifted to showing the human world,” Aubert said. 

Around 14,000 years ago, the cave-dwellers began to regularly sketch human figures doing things like dancing and hunting, often wearing large headdresses. A similar transition in rock art subjects happened in the caves of Europe. 

“That’s very cool, from a human point of view,” said Peter Veth, an archaeologist at the University of Western Australia, who was not involved in the study. “People adopted similar strategies in different environments as they became more modern.” 

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The island of Borneo was still connected to mainland Southeast Asia when the first figurative drawings were made about 40,000 years ago — which is also about the time that the first modern humans arrived in Europe. The earliest drawings of animals in the French cave of Chauvet have been dated to about 33,500 to 37,000 years ago. 

Whether new waves of people migrating from Africa brought the skills of figurative cave painting with them, or whether these arts emerged later, remains unclear.

Scientists have only a partial record of global rock art. The earliest cave etchings have been found in Africa and include abstract designs, like crosshatches, dating to around 73,000 years ago. 

The next stage of research in Indonesia will include excavations to learn more about the people who made these paintings. A few sites have already been identified, containing human bones, prehistoric jewelry and remains of small animals. 

As for the red bull, its meaning remains a mystery. 

“We think it wasn’t just food for them — it meant something special,” said Aubert.

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Scientists have found the oldest known example of an animal drawing: a red silhouette of a bull-like beast on the wall of an Indonesian cave. 

The sketch is at least 40,000 years old, slightly older than similar animal paintings found in famous caves in France and Spain. Until a few years ago, experts believed Europe was where our ancestors started drawing animals and other figures. 

But the age of the drawing reported Wednesday in the journal Nature, along with previous discoveries in Southeast Asia, suggests that figurative drawing appeared in both continents about the same time. 

The new findings fuel discussions about whether historical or evolutionary events prompted this near-simultaneous “burst of human creativity,” said lead author Maxime Aubert, an archaeologist and geochemist at Griffith University in Australia. 

The remote limestones caves on Borneo have been known to contain prehistoric drawings since the 1990s. To reach them, Aubert and his team used machetes to hack through thick jungle in a verdant corner of the island. 

Search for specific minerals

Strapping on miners’ helmets to illuminate the darkness, they walked and crawled through miles of caves decorated with hundreds of ancient designs, looking for artwork that could be dated. They needed to find specific mineral deposits on the drawings to determine their age with technology that measures decay of the element uranium. 

“Most of the paintings we actually can’t sample,” said Aubert. 

Aubert and his fellow researchers reported in 2014 on cave art from the neighboring Indonesian island of Sulawesi. They dated hand stencils, created by blowing red dye through a tube to capture the outline of a hand pressed against rock, to almost 40,000 years ago. 

Now, with the Borneo cave art, the scientists can construct a rough timeline of how art developed in the area. In addition to the bull, which is about 5 feet (1.5 meters) wide, they dated red- and purple-colored hand stencils and cave paintings of human scenes. 

After large animal drawings and stencils, “it seems the focus shifted to showing the human world,” Aubert said. 

Around 14,000 years ago, the cave-dwellers began to regularly sketch human figures doing things like dancing and hunting, often wearing large headdresses. A similar transition in rock art subjects happened in the caves of Europe. 

“That’s very cool, from a human point of view,” said Peter Veth, an archaeologist at the University of Western Australia, who was not involved in the study. “People adopted similar strategies in different environments as they became more modern.” 

​Did migrants bring skills?

The island of Borneo was still connected to mainland Southeast Asia when the first figurative drawings were made about 40,000 years ago — which is also about the time that the first modern humans arrived in Europe. The earliest drawings of animals in the French cave of Chauvet have been dated to about 33,500 to 37,000 years ago. 

Whether new waves of people migrating from Africa brought the skills of figurative cave painting with them, or whether these arts emerged later, remains unclear.

Scientists have only a partial record of global rock art. The earliest cave etchings have been found in Africa and include abstract designs, like crosshatches, dating to around 73,000 years ago. 

The next stage of research in Indonesia will include excavations to learn more about the people who made these paintings. A few sites have already been identified, containing human bones, prehistoric jewelry and remains of small animals. 

As for the red bull, its meaning remains a mystery. 

“We think it wasn’t just food for them — it meant something special,” said Aubert.

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Scientists have found the oldest known example of an animal drawing: a red silhouette of a bull-like beast on the wall of an Indonesian cave. 

The sketch is at least 40,000 years old, slightly older than similar animal paintings found in famous caves in France and Spain. Until a few years ago, experts believed Europe was where our ancestors started drawing animals and other figures. 

But the age of the drawing reported Wednesday in the journal Nature, along with previous discoveries in Southeast Asia, suggests that figurative drawing appeared in both continents about the same time. 

The new findings fuel discussions about whether historical or evolutionary events prompted this near-simultaneous “burst of human creativity,” said lead author Maxime Aubert, an archaeologist and geochemist at Griffith University in Australia. 

The remote limestones caves on Borneo have been known to contain prehistoric drawings since the 1990s. To reach them, Aubert and his team used machetes to hack through thick jungle in a verdant corner of the island. 

Search for specific minerals

Strapping on miners’ helmets to illuminate the darkness, they walked and crawled through miles of caves decorated with hundreds of ancient designs, looking for artwork that could be dated. They needed to find specific mineral deposits on the drawings to determine their age with technology that measures decay of the element uranium. 

“Most of the paintings we actually can’t sample,” said Aubert. 

Aubert and his fellow researchers reported in 2014 on cave art from the neighboring Indonesian island of Sulawesi. They dated hand stencils, created by blowing red dye through a tube to capture the outline of a hand pressed against rock, to almost 40,000 years ago. 

Now, with the Borneo cave art, the scientists can construct a rough timeline of how art developed in the area. In addition to the bull, which is about 5 feet (1.5 meters) wide, they dated red- and purple-colored hand stencils and cave paintings of human scenes. 

After large animal drawings and stencils, “it seems the focus shifted to showing the human world,” Aubert said. 

Around 14,000 years ago, the cave-dwellers began to regularly sketch human figures doing things like dancing and hunting, often wearing large headdresses. A similar transition in rock art subjects happened in the caves of Europe. 

“That’s very cool, from a human point of view,” said Peter Veth, an archaeologist at the University of Western Australia, who was not involved in the study. “People adopted similar strategies in different environments as they became more modern.” 

​Did migrants bring skills?

The island of Borneo was still connected to mainland Southeast Asia when the first figurative drawings were made about 40,000 years ago — which is also about the time that the first modern humans arrived in Europe. The earliest drawings of animals in the French cave of Chauvet have been dated to about 33,500 to 37,000 years ago. 

Whether new waves of people migrating from Africa brought the skills of figurative cave painting with them, or whether these arts emerged later, remains unclear.

Scientists have only a partial record of global rock art. The earliest cave etchings have been found in Africa and include abstract designs, like crosshatches, dating to around 73,000 years ago. 

The next stage of research in Indonesia will include excavations to learn more about the people who made these paintings. A few sites have already been identified, containing human bones, prehistoric jewelry and remains of small animals. 

As for the red bull, its meaning remains a mystery. 

“We think it wasn’t just food for them — it meant something special,” said Aubert.

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Global Security News from mikenova (25 sites): Counterintelligence from mikenova (50 sites): Eurasia Review: Discovered Pairs Of Black Holes At Centers Of Merging Galaxies

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For the first time, a team of astronomers has observed several pairs of galaxies in the final stages of merging together into single, larger galaxies. Peering through thick walls of gas and dust surrounding the merging galaxies’ messy cores, the research team captured pairs of supermassive black holes–each of which once occupied the center of one of the two original smaller galaxies–drawing closer together before they coalescence into one giant black hole.

Led by University of Maryland alumnus Michael Koss (M.S. ’07, Ph.D. ’11, astronomy), a research scientist at Eureka Scientific, Inc., with contributions from UMD astronomers, the team surveyed hundreds of nearby galaxies using imagery from the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii and NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. The Hubble observations represent more than 20 years’ worth of images from the telescope’s lengthy archive. The team described their findings in a research paper published in the journal Nature.

“Seeing the pairs of merging galaxy nuclei associated with these huge black holes so close together was pretty amazing,” Koss said. “In our study, we see two galaxy nuclei right when the images were taken. You can’t argue with it; it’s a very ‘clean’ result, which doesn’t rely on interpretation.”

The high-resolution images also provide a close-up preview of a phenomenon that astronomers suspect was more common in the early universe, when galaxy mergers were more frequent. When the black holes finally do collide, they will unleash powerful energy in the form of gravitational waves–ripples in space-time recently detected for the first time by the twin Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors.

The images also presage what will likely happen in a few billion years, when our Milky Way galaxy merges with the neighboring Andromeda galaxy. Both galaxies host supermassive black holes at their center, which will eventually smash together and merge into one larger black hole.

The team was inspired by a Hubble image of two interacting galaxies collectively called NGC 6240, which later served as a prototype for the study. The team first searched for visually obscured, active black holes by sifting through 10 years’ worth of X-ray data from the Burst Alert Telescope (BAT) aboard NASA’s Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory.

“The advantage to using Swift’s BAT is that it observes high-energy, ‘hard’ X-rays,” said study co-author Richard Mushotzky, a professor of astronomy at UMD and a fellow of the Joint Space-Science Institute (JSI). “These X-rays penetrate through the thick clouds of dust and gas that surround active galaxies, allowing the BAT to see things that are literally invisible in other wavelengths.”

The researchers then combed through the Hubble archive, zeroing in on the merging galaxies they spotted in the X-ray data. They then used the Keck telescope’s super-sharp, near-infrared vision to observe a larger sample of the X-ray-producing black holes not found in the Hubble archive.

The team targeted galaxies located an average of 330 million light-years from Earth–relatively close by in cosmic terms. Many of the galaxies are similar in size to the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies. In total, the team analyzed 96 galaxies observed with the Keck telescope and 385 galaxies from the Hubble archive.

Their results suggest that more than 17 percent of these galaxies host a pair of black holes at their center, which are locked in the late stages of spiraling ever closer together before merging into a single, ultra-massive black hole. The researchers were surprised to find such a high fraction of late-stage mergers, because most simulations suggest that black hole pairs spend very little time in this phase.

To check their results, the researchers compared the survey galaxies with a control group of 176 other galaxies from the Hubble archive that lack actively growing black holes. In this group, only about one percent of the surveyed galaxies were suspected to host pairs of black holes in the later stages of merging together.

This last step helped the researchers confirm that the luminous galactic cores found in their census of dusty interacting galaxies are indeed a signature of rapidly-growing black hole pairs headed for a collision. According to the researchers, this finding is consistent with theoretical predictions, but until now, had not been verified by direct observations.

“People had conducted studies to look for these close interacting black holes before, but what really enabled this particular study were the X-rays that can break through the cocoon of dust,” explained Koss. “We also looked a bit farther in the universe so that we could survey a larger volume of space, giving us a greater chance of finding more luminous, rapidly-growing black holes.”

It is not easy to find galactic nuclei so close together. Most prior observations of merging galaxies have caught the coalescing black holes at earlier stages, when they were about 10 times farther away. The late stage of the merger process is so elusive because the interacting galaxies are encased in dense dust and gas, requiring very high-resolution observations that can see through the clouds and pinpoint the two merging nuclei.

“Computer simulations of galaxy smashups show us that black holes grow fastest during the final stages of mergers, near the time when the black holes interact, and that’s what we have found in our survey,” said Laura Blecha, an assistant professor of physics at the University of Florida and a co-author of the study. Blecha was a JSI Prize Postdoctoral Fellow in the UMD Department of Astronomy prior to joining UF’s faculty in 2017. “The fact that black holes grow faster and faster as mergers progress tells us galaxy encounters are really important for our understanding of how these objects got to be so monstrously big.”

Future infrared telescopes such as NASA’s highly anticipated James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), slated for launch in 2021, will provide an even better view of mergers in dusty, heavily obscured galaxies. For nearby black hole pairs, JWST should also be capable of measuring the masses, growth rates and other physical parameters for each black hole.

“There might be other objects that we missed. Even with Hubble, many nearby galaxies at low redshift cannot be resolved–the two nuclei just merge into one,” said study co-author Sylvain Veilleux, a professor of astronomy at UMD and a JSI Fellow. “With JWST’s higher angular resolution and sensitivity to the infrared, which can pass through the dusty cores of these galaxies, searches for these nearby objects should be easy to do. Also with JWST, we will be able to push toward larger distances, to see objects at higher redshift. With these observations, we can begin to explore the fraction of objects that are merging in the youngest, most distant regions of the universe–which should be fairly frequent.”

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Корреспондент CNN Джим Акоста остался без пропуска в Белый дом после перепалки с президентом США Дональдом Трампом. Поводом стало неподобающее поведение представителя СМИ. “Мы никогда не допустим, чтобы журналист распускал руки”, – говорится в сообщении пресс-службы Белого дома.
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Authorities in Iran’s capital have arrested a journalist who wrote about government corruption, in the latest of a series of Iranian journalist detentions that have drawn international concern.
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Имя Гитлера на магазине модной одежды в Мапуто | Фото использовано с разрешения автора [Все ссылки ведут на сайты на португальском языке, если не указано иное.] После шквала гневных реакций со стороны пользователей Facebook между 21 и 22 октября 2018 года магазин одежды в столице Мозамбика Мапуто, использовавший в оформлении нацистскую иконографию, избавился как от своего названия, так и от логотипа.
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The European Union announced on Tuesday that it will remain committed to Iran nuclear agreement as long as Tehran complies with the deal. Speaking to reporters, Margaritis Schinas, the spokesman for the European Commission said there is already a deal that is called the JCPOA (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action), unanimously endorsed by the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231.
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После шквала гневных реакций со стороны пользователей Facebook между 21 и 22 октября 2018 года магазин одежды в столице Мозамбика Мапуто, использовавший в оформлении нацистскую иконографию, избавился как от своего названия, так и от логотипа.

Магазин «Hitler» [прим. редактора: англоязычное написание фамилии Адольфа Гитлера], торговая деятельность которого, судя по всему, началась в первых числах октября, расположен в одном из крупнейших торговых центров страны — Maputo Shopping Center, в деловом районе центра мозамбикской столицы, рядом с приёмной премьер-министра и другими государственными зданиями.

20 октября пользовательница Facebook Фернанда Лобато разместила фото витрины магазина с изображением нацистской свастики:

Loja com o nome HITLER e com a soástica estampada no vidro da loja. Maputo Shopping. Como permitem este ultraje?

Магазин с названием HITLER и свастикой, отпечатанной на витрине. Maputo Shopping. Как можно было допустить подобный позор?

Имя Гитлера на магазине модной одежды в Мапуто | Фото использовано с разрешения автора

В ответ на данную публикацию последовала массовая реакция и множество комментариев. Сара Лопес, в профиле которой указано, что она проживает в Мапуто, написала:

Eu nem entrava nessa [censurado] de loja! Mas quem é o imbecil que abre uma loja dessas com uma conotação tão racista e de um homem que defende a supremacia da raça ariana quando nem ele mesmo o era?

Я даже не стала заходить в этот [удалено цензурой] магазин! Но кто этот дегенерат, что открывает магазин с расистской коннотацией и именем человека, который отстаивал превосходство арийской расы, если не сам того же поля ягода?

Рэпер, общественный деятель и мозамбикский юрист Ивет Марлен заявила, что этот магазин нанес оскорбление человечеству и что мозамбикское государство в лице государственной прокуратуры должно принять меры:

Um Estado com uma Constituição como a nossa não deveria nunca permitir isto! O que o fascismo fez com os negros? Quais eram os ideais do Hitler para Africa? Acima de tudo, o que Hitler fez a raça humana? As respostas a estas perguntas deveriam ser fundamento bastante para repudiar essa ideia comercial… Na verdade, essa loja é um insulto a nossa liberdade, moçambicanidade e nossa história por representar discriminação e genocídio a todas as raças em benefício e supremacia da raça ariana… A PGR [Procuradoria Geral da República] tem espaço para actuar aqui…não podemos aderir a Declaração Universal de Direitos Humanos por via da constituição e permitir isto de glorificar o maior genocida do mundo…

Государство с такой Конституцией, как наша, не должно допускать подобных вещей ни при каких обстоятельствах! Как обошелся фашизм с чернокожими? Какие идеалы преследовал Гитлер в отношении Африки? В конце концов, что сделал Гитлер с человечеством? Ответы на эти вопросы должны послужить достаточным основанием для отказа от подобной коммерческой идеи… В сущности, этот магазин — оскорбление для нашей свободы, мозамбикского народа и нашей истории, ведь он представляет собой дискриминацию и геноцид всех рас во благо и превосходство арийской расы… Для PGR [генерального прокурора] здесь достаточно простора для действий… мы не можем оставаться верными Всеобщей декларации прав человека, отраженной в нашей конституции, и при этом позволить восхваление величайшего геноцидиста в мире…

Возможно, благодаря последовавшим жалобам пользователей на страницу магазина в Facebook, она, по всей видимости, была заблокирована платформой.

Похоже, этот пост оказал существенное влияние также и на реальный мир. Два дня спустя после размещения оригинальной публикации владельцы магазина убрали его название и символику с витрин. Фернанда Лобато поделилась новостями по этому поводу:

Amigos, estou sem palavras (….) O nome da loja com o nome Hitler foi apagado. O símbolo da suástica foi apagado. Viva o Estado de Direito Democrático. Viva os Direitos Humanos. Parabéns a todos nós que nos indignamos com esta situação. Fico feliz por o meu país não admitir que símbolos que dignifiquem atrocidades efectuadas à Humanidade se perpectuem aqui. E viva as Redes Sociais, que usadas para o bem, conseguem chamar a atenção contra atos contra os Direitos Humanos.

Друзья, у меня нет слов (…) Название магазина «Hitler» убрали. Свастика также убрана. Да здравствуют Права Человека! Поздравляю всех нас, кого эта ситуация привела в ярость. Я счастлива, что моя страна не допускает увековечивания символов, возвеличивающих зверскую жестокость в отношении Человечества. Слава Социальным Сетям, которые при добронаправленном использовании могут привлечь внимание к действиям, посягающим на Права Человека.

Социолог Эдгар Кубалива призвал бойкотировать магазин невзирая на удаление названия и символики, чтобы таким образом выразить непоколебимое непризнание:

O nome e os símbolos foram apagados. Celebremos. Contudo, podemos continuar a mandar o recado para os donos: näo esquecemos…. O Nazismo saiu dos vidros mas não saiu da mente, do coração, da alma dos proprietários. E pessoas, não alimentem os discursos de desconhecimento de história por parte destes neonazistas. Esses fascistas conhecem muito bem a história, sabem o que fazem. Esse é o lado que escolheram. Agora cabe a nós sermos ou não aliados deles. Boicote.

Название и символика были удалены. Давайте отпразднуем это. Однако мы можем продолжать демонстрировать владельцам магазина наше отношение: мы не забываем…. Нацизм был удален со стекла витрины, но не покинул умов, сердец и душ владельцев магазина. И не стоит, люди, подпитывать рассуждения о невежестве всех этих нео-нацистов. Эти фашисты отлично знают историю, они знают, что делают. Это та сторона, которую они выбрали. И теперь выбор за нами — быть для них союзниками или нет. Бойкот.

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После шквала гневных реакций со стороны пользователей Facebook между 21 и 22 октября 2018 года магазин одежды в столице Мозамбика Мапуто, использовавший в оформлении нацистскую иконографию, избавился как от своего названия, так и от логотипа.

Магазин «Hitler» [прим. редактора: англоязычное написание фамилии Адольфа Гитлера], торговая деятельность которого, судя по всему, началась в первых числах октября, расположен в одном из крупнейших торговых центров страны — Maputo Shopping Center, в деловом районе центра мозамбикской столицы, рядом с приёмной премьер-министра и другими государственными зданиями.

20 октября пользовательница Facebook Фернанда Лобато разместила фото витрины магазина с изображением нацистской свастики:

Loja com o nome HITLER e com a soástica estampada no vidro da loja. Maputo Shopping. Como permitem este ultraje?

Магазин с названием HITLER и свастикой, отпечатанной на витрине. Maputo Shopping. Как можно было допустить подобный позор?

Имя Гитлера на магазине модной одежды в Мапуто | Фото использовано с разрешения автора

В ответ на данную публикацию последовала массовая реакция и множество комментариев. Сара Лопес, в профиле которой указано, что она проживает в Мапуто, написала:

Eu nem entrava nessa [censurado] de loja! Mas quem é o imbecil que abre uma loja dessas com uma conotação tão racista e de um homem que defende a supremacia da raça ariana quando nem ele mesmo o era?

Я даже не стала заходить в этот [удалено цензурой] магазин! Но кто этот дегенерат, что открывает магазин с расистской коннотацией и именем человека, который отстаивал превосходство арийской расы, если не сам того же поля ягода?

Рэпер, общественный деятель и мозамбикский юрист Ивет Марлен заявила, что этот магазин нанес оскорбление человечеству и что мозамбикское государство в лице государственной прокуратуры должно принять меры:

Um Estado com uma Constituição como a nossa não deveria nunca permitir isto! O que o fascismo fez com os negros? Quais eram os ideais do Hitler para Africa? Acima de tudo, o que Hitler fez a raça humana? As respostas a estas perguntas deveriam ser fundamento bastante para repudiar essa ideia comercial… Na verdade, essa loja é um insulto a nossa liberdade, moçambicanidade e nossa história por representar discriminação e genocídio a todas as raças em benefício e supremacia da raça ariana… A PGR [Procuradoria Geral da República] tem espaço para actuar aqui…não podemos aderir a Declaração Universal de Direitos Humanos por via da constituição e permitir isto de glorificar o maior genocida do mundo…

Государство с такой Конституцией, как наша, не должно допускать подобных вещей ни при каких обстоятельствах! Как обошелся фашизм с чернокожими? Какие идеалы преследовал Гитлер в отношении Африки? В конце концов, что сделал Гитлер с человечеством? Ответы на эти вопросы должны послужить достаточным основанием для отказа от подобной коммерческой идеи… В сущности, этот магазин — оскорбление для нашей свободы, мозамбикского народа и нашей истории, ведь он представляет собой дискриминацию и геноцид всех рас во благо и превосходство арийской расы… Для PGR [генерального прокурора] здесь достаточно простора для действий… мы не можем оставаться верными Всеобщей декларации прав человека, отраженной в нашей конституции, и при этом позволить восхваление величайшего геноцидиста в мире…

Возможно, благодаря последовавшим жалобам пользователей на страницу магазина в Facebook, она, по всей видимости, была заблокирована платформой.

Похоже, этот пост оказал существенное влияние также и на реальный мир. Два дня спустя после размещения оригинальной публикации владельцы магазина убрали его название и символику с витрин. Фернанда Лобато поделилась новостями по этому поводу:

Amigos, estou sem palavras (….) O nome da loja com o nome Hitler foi apagado. O símbolo da suástica foi apagado. Viva o Estado de Direito Democrático. Viva os Direitos Humanos. Parabéns a todos nós que nos indignamos com esta situação. Fico feliz por o meu país não admitir que símbolos que dignifiquem atrocidades efectuadas à Humanidade se perpectuem aqui. E viva as Redes Sociais, que usadas para o bem, conseguem chamar a atenção contra atos contra os Direitos Humanos.

Друзья, у меня нет слов (…) Название магазина «Hitler» убрали. Свастика также убрана. Да здравствуют Права Человека! Поздравляю всех нас, кого эта ситуация привела в ярость. Я счастлива, что моя страна не допускает увековечивания символов, возвеличивающих зверскую жестокость в отношении Человечества. Слава Социальным Сетям, которые при добронаправленном использовании могут привлечь внимание к действиям, посягающим на Права Человека.

Социолог Эдгар Кубалива призвал бойкотировать магазин невзирая на удаление названия и символики, чтобы таким образом выразить непоколебимое непризнание:

O nome e os símbolos foram apagados. Celebremos. Contudo, podemos continuar a mandar o recado para os donos: näo esquecemos…. O Nazismo saiu dos vidros mas não saiu da mente, do coração, da alma dos proprietários. E pessoas, não alimentem os discursos de desconhecimento de história por parte destes neonazistas. Esses fascistas conhecem muito bem a história, sabem o que fazem. Esse é o lado que escolheram. Agora cabe a nós sermos ou não aliados deles. Boicote.

Название и символика были удалены. Давайте отпразднуем это. Однако мы можем продолжать демонстрировать владельцам магазина наше отношение: мы не забываем…. Нацизм был удален со стекла витрины, но не покинул умов, сердец и душ владельцев магазина. И не стоит, люди, подпитывать рассуждения о невежестве всех этих нео-нацистов. Эти фашисты отлично знают историю, они знают, что делают. Это та сторона, которую они выбрали. И теперь выбор за нами — быть для них союзниками или нет. Бойкот.

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Top Democrat Jerrold Nadler was overheard on an Acela train discussing Democrats’ plans for going after Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Nadler wants to investigate Kavanaugh for perjury but bungled the facts in explaining his reasoning.
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Global Security News from mikenova (25 sites): 1. World from mikenova (22 sites): FOX News: John Legend rips Trump, calls him a f—–g embarrassment on Twitter

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The same day that President Trump labeled CNN reporter Jim Acosta as “a rude, terrible person,” singer John Legend made a sharp condemnation about the president himself.

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Global Security News from mikenova (25 sites): 1. World from mikenova (22 sites): BBC News – World: Dutch man, 69, brings lawsuit to lower his age 20 years

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Emile Ratelband wants to officially change his birth date by 20 years to boost his Tinder prospects.

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