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Mel Brooks, The Producers and the Ethics of Satire about Nazis
How Mel Brooks used satire to try to rob Hitler of his posthumous power
, Chez Lindsay
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Mel Brooks turns 91 this month, by the way.
This was a good essay. I get sick of the anti-PC weenies trying to use him as a shield. Their comedy doesn't fly not because it isn't PC, but because they suck.
If you're one of the dudes opening the gates of Auschwitz to let the prisoners out, you're allowed to do what you want with Hitler imagery. We trust you.
FYI, the Soviet Union liberated auschwitz
John Holmes Motherfucker
Auschwitz, Buchenwald... you've seen one death camp, you've seen them all.
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