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(iNews (UK))   Chelsea to send racists fans to Auschwitz concentration camp for reeducation   ( divider line
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2018-10-11 08:23:02 PM  
They'll probably like it.

If you really want to punish them, send them to a Raiders' game.
2018-10-11 11:51:26 PM  
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2018-10-12 12:01:13 AM  
Is it antisemitism or antihotspurism?
2018-10-12 12:08:54 AM  
I don't know if they can afford that many trips to Poland.
2018-10-12 09:09:42 AM  

JasonOfOrillia: Is it antisemitism or antihotspurism?

the sad thing is that I think for a lot of the people under 30 doing this they think it's only the latter and don't even realise it's the former.
2018-10-12 10:20:35 AM  
It has a better chance of working than Twitter attacks
2018-10-12 10:59:47 AM  
I thought the headline was a joke.
2018-10-12 12:49:27 PM  

mikaloyd: It has a better chance of working than Twitter attacks

Yeah, this seems worth a try. I know that even just going to the Holocaust Memorial Museum was an eye-opening and thought-provoking visit that I will never forget. It's one thing to read about the Nazi genocide or see the grainy old film clips of the atrocities committed. It's quite another to be fully exposed to the massive scale of the horror inflicted on innocent people.

And I think whoever had the idea of issuing passports to visitors, to help them identify with an actual victim of the camps, was brilliant. After a while, the sheer scale of the mass murder tends to numb the mind. You learn about how 100,000 Jews were killed here or 1 million were executed there, and your human brain just can't process that sort of thing. It all seems abstract and unreal. Putting it back into individual terms makes you empathize with what each and every victim went through, whether he or she died or not.
2018-10-12 01:28:01 PM  
Seems like a reasonable thing to me. Try to educate people and maybe it'll change their world view. Maybe it won't, but it's reasonable to try.
2018-10-12 06:38:32 PM  
Didn't know Auschwitz was still open for business.
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