yeah i had no idea who this guy even was before this article but you have really, really taken some liberties with his position here. he did not distort the holocaust in any way, he did not deny anything, minimize the amount of victims, etc. he and the others you mention simply wish to commemorate the other victims of brutal european totalitarian regimes. is that so bad? you seem to think so. why? tens of millions of russians were viciously murdered under stalin, but they can't be remembered side-by-side with jews? ridiculous. they aren't proposing getting rid of holocaust memorial day as you suggest, but rather including a separate memorial for the tens of millions of innocents who have been killed in europe in the last century. the fact that you don't see it fit to give these people a day of remembrance simply because they aren't jews is disgusting, to be honest.
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