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The Silence of Swastik | Biggest betrayal of 20th Century

  • This documentary film  has provided all the facts which substantiate that the symbol used by Hitler has nonentity to accomplish with Hindus.
  • The swastika is a holy Hindu symbol with no connection to any authoritarians

Amazing, informative, crisp and precise movie by AKTKadmin.

What is in the movie?

Hitler, a politician, is a chronological model known for his diabolical personality. He utilized a symbol for his political and ethical philosophy, under the emblem he did all the crimes. The nation today names the symbol “Swastika”, an Indian word to an emblem used by Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains for periods.

Questions which might be in mind before watching this movie

If the emblem was Swastika What was Hakenkreuz or clipped cross hence?

Where and under what situations, the phrase Swastika get connected to Hitler and his frauds?

Why did the west glance at Swastika as a diabolic symbol? Is it a strategy? Or in actual Hitler was motivated by the Indian Swastika?

A nicely surveyed tape that outbreaks the western belief of Hakenkreuz being Swastika and says how Hooked-cross is the articulation of Jesus himself. We always argue that our symbols and rituals are unfairly embezzled by the public. AKTKadmin has appeared with a nicely surveyed documentary debunking popular myths that seek to defile the Swastika.

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