The logical place would have been Germany since Germany is in Europe and all Jews who suffered under the Nazis came from Europe. Germany would also owe a debt to the Roma Gypsies, most of whom went to their deaths strictly because of their identity as Gypsies. However, the big difference here is that Gypsies never got a state of their own, and to this day suffer extreme discrimination in Europe, even being forced to undergo sterilization. Therefore, the Gypsy Holocaust, or as they call it "Porajmos" (meaning "The Devouring") has virtually been denied, as though suffering under the Nazis was an exclusivity only for people who met the racist criteria of who was Jewish under Nazi laws. What a pity. The innocent in a continent away suffered and paid for the crimes of the Nazis, many who suffered under the Nazis still suffer in Europe, and basically, nothing has changed, except the roles of who is the oppressor now, who ultimately became the victims, and those who still remain victims.
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from the article: An Open Letter to Archbishop Desmond Tutu