Documentary on Racism and Neonazis in Germany

Mo Asumang Die Arier The Aryans

Mo Asumang, a world renowned, actress, filmmaker and tv presenter.

Born to a Ghanaian father and a German mother, she has challenged the “norms” to achieve the unachievable. Best known from the movie, “The Ghostwriter” where she played Condoleezza Rice that got her featured in an article by “USA TODAY”.

This year she did it again and not as an actress but as a “researcher” in her documentary “Die Arier” (The Aryans) in which she journeys into the madness of racism during which she meets German neo-Nazis, the US leading racist, the notorious Tom Metzger and Ku Klux Klan members in the alarming twilight of the Midwest. In The ARYANS Mo questions the completely wrong interpretation of “Aryanism” – a phenomenon of the tall, blond and blue-eyed master race.

Get to know Mo Asumang, the brains behind the documentary, below in an interview with Studio 53’s Fareed Khimani (you might remember him from CapitalFM in Kenya back in the day…)

A documentary in which an African-German gets to he bottom of right-wing movements worldwide – and their completely wrong interpretation of “Aryanism” – a phenomenon of the tall, blond and blue-eyed master race established by the French philosopher Gobineau, It went on with the Nazis, and  still promotes hate and racial murders today. Filmmaker Mo Asumang sets out for a tour de force into the abyss of the political evil in Germany and the US. She travels to places where the real Aryans originally came from an area which is now part of Iran.THE ARYANS is a personal journey into the madness of racism during which she meets German neo-Nazis, the US leading racist, the notorious Tom Metzger and Ku Klux Klan members in the alarming twilight of the Midwest.

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