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Zimmerstra├če in Mitte. Ich will euch von Charlotte #Erxleben (* 1906, ÔÇá 1981) berichten, die unter dem Naziterror als Bordellbetreiberin bzw. als Prostituierte mehrere j├╝dische Mitmenschen rettete. Ich kann - leider - keine Gedenktafel posten, denn die gibt es nicht.

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Charlotte #Erxleben lebt ab dem Jahr 1939 in Berlin und erwirbt hier vom m├╝tterlichen Erbe in der Zimmerstra├če 62 eine Privatpension mit sechs Zimmern auf zwei Etagen. Sie gibt an, als "Zimmervermieterin" zu arbeiten, wobei sie ihren Wohnraum vor allem als Bordell nutzt.
Das Etablissement, in dem auch sie selbst als Prostituierte arbeitet, z├Ąhlt in Berlin zu den "gehobenen" Salons. Die Betreiberin hilft ├╝ber mehrere Jahre hinweg verschiedenen J├╝dinnen und Juden, die sie in ihrem Bordell (teils wiederholt) versteckt und mit Lebensmitteln versorgt.
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#CreepyJoe has a way with the girls.
But it's not the right way.
Back off, Joe.
Buy a #TickleMeElmo doll and tell it it's as bright as it is good looking.
Maybe #CreepyVP #JoeBiden can get a real job as #TickleMeElmo.
Here he surprises #Elmo with a couple of inappropriate #TestTickles.
#FugitAboudItJoe
Do we really need to have someone acting like an old dummy, with family problems, trying to be #POTUS, again? nytimes.com/2019/02/23/opiÔÇŽ #CreepyJoeBiden #JoeBiden #Walter #Hillary2020 @HillaryWarnedUs
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At dinner, I learned more about corruption + racism built into society by our masters. A book we discussed (Zinn) was used as part of this "Left" resource's bibliography. I had to share. [A thread]

@BlackSocialists - thoughts on this resource?

historyisaweapon.com/indextrue.html
It very simply lays out the case that we are all being controlled. It covers hidden history of the United States including their (and, due to the systems created by our masters, our) racism. 

#racism #systemicracism #history
If you haven't been in school for a while (or are in a terrible school), some of the words might trip you up. Dictionary.com and Wikipedia.org are two good resources to help you.
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