Using the holocaust to push for open borders in Italy....
In Italy's Senate chamber on Tuesday, an 88-year-old survivor of Auschwitz spoke to the newly formed right-wing populist government of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, reminding the legislators that Italian racial persecution in 1938 paved the way for the Holocaust.
Liliana Segre, who this year was made an Italian senator for life, received a standing ovation from the packed chamber just before the government's confidence vote, when she noted she is one of the few people still living in Italy to have the numbers of Auschwitz stamped on her arm...
Using the holocaust to attack US border controls and deportation of illegals....
A Bucks County protest over children being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border brought back painful memories Friday for both a "Dreamer" and a Holocaust survivor.
Among the crowd was 94-year-old Holocaust survivor Renee Disabella, who said the stories reminded her of her own experiences being captured and imprisoned as a child.
“They took me to prison first and then to the concentration camp,” Disabella said.
Using the holocaust to attack US borders....
Tahoe Holocaust survivor: Trump administration actions starting to resemble Hitler’s Germany (opinion)
The government is using and building concentration/detention camps in many places in the U.S. away from the population, just like Hitler did in Europe, to imprison innocent people because they look different or they are born in a different country or from parents who are not born in America.
After imprisoning immigrants here illegally, who else will be moving into the deportation camps? Journalists? Protesters? Muslims? Jews?
Using the holocaust to push for open borders...
Holocaust survivor speaks against Trump's separation of immigrant families
ANN ARBOR, MI - Irene Butter grew up as a Jewish child in Nazi-occupied Europe and survived two concentration camps.
"And it is unbelievable to me that, in this day and age, and in this country, that children are kidnapped from their parents, held in detention centers, and not knowing whether they will ever see their parents again," the longtime peace activist and Holocaust survivor told a large crowd at the Families Belong Together rally in Ann Arbor.
Jews at Comic Con using the Holocaust to push for open borders and war with Syria...